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2016 Building, Remodeling & Energy Expo

Once again the North Peninsula Building Association is hosting the largest building expo in Clallam County! We welcome you to this year’s event and thank you for your attendance. As we embark on our 19th anniversary in celebrating the best in home building, we are excited to present you with the opportunity to learn about the most innovative building products and services.... all under one roof. In an ever-changing industry it’s important to keep up on market trends that will more than likely translate into big savings in your pocket. I also would like to remind everyone about the significance of doing business with a member of the North Peninsula Building Association. When you take the time to seek out an association member, like we have represented here at the Expo, you are seeking out a professional who has taken the time to invest not only financially within their community but

personally as well. A home builder, remodeler or associate who has made the decision to identify with their local not-for-profit building association, and take part in a locally produced expo, has made that extra step in commitment to you the consumer. It’s those personal commitments that go directly back to you as a member of this community, no matter if you are just moving into the area or have been here your whole life. It’s those personal commitments that our members recognize and fully comprehend that the effects are immediate and long-lasting for everyone. Our dedicated staff and volunteers work year-round to make the Building Remodeling & Energy Expo happen and you should feel good supporting that. The Expo is a great testament of dedication to the industry that is so important to our local economy and we appreciate your support. I am constantly humbled by the hard work and sheer commitment that our members have not only to their customers but to our community as a whole. Special thanks are in order for Mike Howe, Clallam County

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to our community as a whole. Special thanks are in order for Mike Howe, Clallam County PUD; Steve Perry, Peninsula Daily News/Sequim Gazette; the NPBA Board of Directors and Eran Kennedy, NPBA Director of Marketing. These dedicated folks help to make this event better and better each coming year. This year will once again feature the everpopular Shopping Spree Drawing and Valentine’s Day rose giveaway both courtesy of Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co./Hartnagel Building Supply. These hometown stores have been supplying lumber and building materials in Clallam County for decades. You can enter to win one of four $250 certificates to Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co./Hartnagel Building Supply. We will have a red carpet drawing area in the back Expo Hall. We also will be featuring a building station for the kiddos to practice their budding careers in the industry. The North Peninsula Building Association has been building value and community on the Olympic Peninsula since 1976. The NPBA is a non-profit organization in which the work we do day in and day out supports the building industry in our area. We work tirelessly to keep housing affordable and attainable. We work to help our members utilize tools and technology that translate into value for you. Let me remind you that according to economists at the National Association of Home Builders, the one-year

estimated local impacts of building 100 singlefamily homes in a typical metro area include $21.1 million in local income, $2.2 million in taxes and other local government revenue and 324 local jobs. NAHB estimates that those 100 new homes also provide the community with additional, annually recurring impacts of $3.1 million in local income, $743,000 in taxes and other revenue for local governments and 53 local jobs. Please, “Pull Out and Save” the Home Resource Guide which lists all of our 2016 NPBA members. Keep this handy reference as your year-round guide for all your building and home improvement needs. We encourage you to come and learn straight from our vetted professionals. This event is a great opportunity to

ask questions and learn something new. Our members are licensed, bonded and insured professionals ready to help you with your next project. Call the North Peninsula Building Association first or simply ask if your home builder or home-related needs professional is an NPBA member — it will be one of the most important questions you can ask. I am so proud and inspired to be a part of the residential construction industry in Clallam County. I get to work with a group of individuals who have worked so hard at making this area a better place to live; a group of individuals who are so committed to improving business and building practices in order to provide quality construction in our community; a group of individuals who are inspired to continue to work hard based on the precedence of commitment and hard work that has been laid down before them. I feel honored to serve as Executive Officer of the North Peninsula Building Association and I look forward to what the years ahead may bring and to see this industry to continue to flourish. Remember to always, “Do Business With A Member” and support your local building industry. Our sincerest thanks for joining us again for 2016 … enjoy! Diana Johnson, Executive Officer North Peninsula Building Association

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Insider hints for design on a budget Spend lazy Saturday afternoons browsing the pages of Architectural Digest or Dwell, wishing you had the budget to hire an interior designer to replicate their artistic interiors? Welldesigned rooms don’t always have to come with a huge price tag; in fact, designing on a budget may be easier than you think. Many times, by changing small elements, you can give a room an entirely new personality. Sometimes adding a few colorful pillows or picking up a paintbrush is all you need to do to make your room look like something out of the pages of a magazine. One of the most common fixes for a boring room is color. “Color is easy to do and inexpensive,” says Kathy Browning, owner of Design Consultants, a design firm in Virginia Beach, Va. Updating the color of just one wall in any room will give it an entirely new feel. Painting, when approached correctly, can be an enjoyable ex-

perience with instant rewards. Lauren Warnock, vice president director of design at Mary Cook Associates, an interior design firm based in Chicago, reminds home owners that warmer colors can make a room feel cozier and more inviting. Cooler colors like grey or “stark white,” on the other hand, may give a room a more industrial feeling. “Light airy colors open up a space, while deep, darker colors can make a room appear smaller,” Warnock says. For the style-conscious, earthy tones such as ambers, browns and rust are currently popular. “Using modern glamour hues such as white and black with a punch of a teal, coral or chartreuse color is very hot as well,” says Warnock. Connie Edwards, director of design for Shenandoah Cabinetry, has her own advice when it comes to color, particularly if you are looking at the kitchen. “You can never go wrong with neutrals, but color is hot now,” Edwards says. “Not necessarily vibrant colors — although for the right space, they can be fabulous — but think along the lines of buttery yellows, soft sage greens and nearly neutral blues.”

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Clallam County PUD #1 (PUD) celebrated the grand opening of its new Main Office at 104 Hooker Road in Carlsborg in December 2015. The event, attended by approximately 300 people, began with opening remarks by PUD General Manager Doug Nass and was followed by remarks from PUD Commission President Will Purser. In his remarks, Nass reflected on the history of the PUD and how they came to open the new Main Office. The 30,000-square-foot facility is designed to improve internal efficiency, create a one-stop shopping convenience for customers and to be the cornerstone of the PUD for the next 50 years. For more information on the PUD’s new facilities, visit www.clallampud.net/new-location.

ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER COMPANY AND HARTNAGEL BUILDING SUPPLY

Sponsors since its inception, Angeles Millwork & Lumber Company and Hartnagel Building Supply believe the annual NPBA Expo is a valuable opportunity for the community to connect with local builders and suppliers. Today more than ever, it is vital that we support each other and our local economy, maintain local jobs and develop long-term relationships with builders and homeowners alike. Angeles Millwork & Lumber Company has been serving our community since 1906, and Hartnagel Building Supply since 1960, with a long-term, experienced staff that provides a high level of friendly, customer service and valuable, industry knowledge. Besides supplying a wide variety of building materials, roofing and tools, countywide delivery, including rooftop delivery, contractor services are also available. Both stores offer a full line of Pratt & Lambert paints and primers. Angeles Millwork stocks a full rental department with handy tools and equipment available by the day, week or month. Hartnagel’s in-store, custom metal shop can cut and bend metal, including copper and stainless, for a variety of custom projects and can match most metal roofing colors. Together, we are Lumber Traders Inc., the local source for building products and the employee-owners that serve the familiar faces of long-term builders and residents, and greet newcomers with open arms. 8 • NPBA EXPO 2016

In 2005, the North Peninsula Building Association voted to sponsor a local green building program. Built Green® of Clallam County has been around for nearly 10 years. This program promotes and aids builders and developers in healthy and resource efficient methods of creating homes. There’s a way to build safe, quality homes and preserve the environment at the same time. Our Built Green® organization, along with several others all over Washington, are committed to sharing the benefits of green building practices that are both accessible and affordable for our community members. The Built Green® program not only shares more energy efficient building practices but also stimulates the economy by creating jobs through the recycling and management of renewable materials. Presently, there are over 20 builders and businesses enrolled in Built Green® of Clallam County. These businesses support us in our mission to educate the construction trades and the public, alike, in the latest sustainable building techniques and materials. Please visit www.builtgreenclallam.org or call the NPBA at 452-8160 for more information on Built Green® of Clallam County.

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The homebuilding industry and banking industry (and more importantly the community bank industry) have had a long intertwined and interconnected history. Nowhere is this more evident than here on the Olympic Peninsula. Our beautiful surroundings call to many to live in an environment where life and nature can co-exist in harmony. First Federal has been an integral part of life on the Olympic Peninsula for 93 years. We were there in 1923 to make our first loan of $500 for the construction of a home. While times, and certainly prices have changed, First Federal’s commitment to this area has not. As the only savings and loan headquartered on the Olympic Peninsula, we are proud to be your neighbor, business partner and home lender. This pride and commitment to the community can be found in our mortgage loan officers. Combined, they have over 70 years of experience in home lending and they live here, in your neighborhood. They understand the nuances of life on the Olympic Peninsula, Our commercial lenders also live here and have spent a combined 85 plus years in the community. These folks are more than bankers, they are your neighbors. If you are considering developing, building or buying a home, contact any one of First Federal’s neighbor lenders at 360-457-0461 and talk about it over a cup of coffee.

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Lakeside Industries, Inc. started out as a small family owned business back in the 1950s. Our dedication to our people and the communities in which we serve has been reflected over the years through philanthropy and community involvement. Lakeside Industries is known for safety, quality, integrity, ethical business practices, and great customer service. We are a family owned company of locally managed regional divisions spanning Western Washington and beyond. Industry recognition is important, and over our history we have earned and continue to earn many quality awards for completed projects. Lakeside Industries, Inc. continues to receive Diamond Achievement Commendations for excellence, cleanliness, and community involvement. The success of Lakeside Industries, Inc. is due to the quality and experience of our employees. We have some of the most talented, dedicated, and driven people in the asphalt paving industry. Dedication and loyalty to the company has created a workforce of highly experienced people, who pride themselves in quality workmanship.


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KSQM 91.5 FM is a service of Sequim Community Broadcasting, a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization. The radio station has been broadcasting 24 hours a day, every single day since Dec. 7, 2008. With offices and studios located in beautiful Sequim, and powered by over a hundred volunteers, KSQM epitomizes the definition of community radio. A proud annual sponsor of the NPBA Expo, KSQM continues to offer a wide array of musical entertainment, news, sports, local highway and road reports, weather reports, and of course, emergency broadcasting. We highlight special services throughout the Olympic Peninsula region. Speaking of “building,” KSQM is proud of our new transmission tower that went up on Oct. 7 2014, in the Blue Mountain foothills between Sequim and Port Angeles. Since new transmissions began, they have been the most powerful FM radio signal on the North Olympic Peninsula! KSQM is truly a listener supported community radio station who always puts our community first. Please visit www.ksqmfm.com or call 360-681-0000 for more information on how you can help.

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Decoding energy efficiency lingo The terminology for energy-efficient homes can be very technical and confusing to home owners. Here are some simple definitions to help you understand popular energy-saving options for your home.

ENERGY-EFFICIENT HOME

A home that uses less energy than a traditional home without compromising service to owners and occupants. Energy efficiency can be achieved through things such as improved thermal envelopes, solar-oriented construction, low-e windows and efficient appliances. Note that energy efficiency and energy conservation are different in that conservation efforts reduce or eliminate services to save energy. Learn how efficient your home is now and ways to improve your home’s efficiency with ENERGY STAR®’s Home Energy Yardstick by going to www.energystar.gov.

NET ZERO-ENERGY HOME

A home in which energy production and consumption are equivalent. That means the energy produced by the home must meet the household’s needs. Rooftop solar panels are perhaps the most common way for homes to produce energy. To help achieve net-zero energy, the home should be designed using a holistic, whole-house approach that strives for efficiency and reduces energy consumption without sacrificing service or comfort.

NET ZERO-ENERGY-READY HOME

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A home that produces more energy than the household needs. A home owner could receive credit from his or her utility company for the excess energy returned to the grid that is produced by the energy technologies and saved by energy-efficiency measures.

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Why Energy Efficiency? BY MATTIAS JÄRVEGREN Utilities Service Advisor II Saving energy, increasing efficiency and conservation are all terms used to describe ways we can reduce our overall energy consumption. It might seem obvious why we do it for our homes and business; to save money by reducing our electrical bill. But why is it important for Clallam County PUD, a community-owned organization dependent on electrical sales for its revenue, to

conserve energy? At first glance, it seems ridiculous for a company to encourage its customers to use less of its product. Does General Motors urge us to carpool and keep our cars longer? Does Pizza Hut tell us to eat more vegetables and fruits and avoid fatty cheeses and meats? Electric utilities are different. They are regulated monopolies. If you don’t like one brand of stereos, you always can buy another. But if you don’t like your local utility, you have to move outside its service area to be able to buy electricity from another entity. Because of utilities’ monopoly status, they are regulated by state agencies, public utility commissions or, like Clallam County PUD, by local elected governing boards. Over the years utilities have learned that we can meet future energy needs not only by building new power plants but also by reducing energy demand. For this reason, energy efficiency can be viewed as a resource for meeting future energy needs by reducing customer demand. The cost-effectiveness of energy efficiency resources can be evaluated using the same tests that are used to evaluate building new power plants. The reality is that new power plants are expensive. The costs of building and operating plants only increase with the likelihood of new federal regulations. The least expensive way to control costs over the long term is to reduce waste by building energy efficiency resources. By acquiring energy efficiency resources, utilities can reduce fuel costs, increase system reliability and reduce regulatory risk.

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In addition, reducing customer energy bills and creating business opportunities around energy efficient products and services, energy efficiency programs keep dollars in the community, supporting job creation and other local economic development benefits. And that’s just what energy efficiency is about for us at Clallam County PUD.

It’s a means to work collaboratively with our customers to help reduce the effects of price increases that are outside of our control.

DUCTLESS HEAT PUMPS

Are you thinking about upgrading from your old electric baseboards or wall cadets? Or are you thinking of replacing an electric furnace with an efficient heat pump? Clallam County PUD can now pay up to $800 in incentives to help cover the cost of installing a ductless heat pump. You could save up to 30 percent of the energy used to heat your home.

LED LIGHTING

LED lights are brighter, longer lasting and radically more efficient than the traditional incandescent light bulb, even more efficient than the CFLs that we’ve been proposing for the past few years. While they last much longer, have a more pleasant light and start right away, they aren’t cheaper. Fortunately Clallam County PUD has partnered with the Simple Steps, Smart Savings (www. SimpleStepsNW.com/Consumer/Utility-Offers/Clallam) to offer instant rebates on ENERGY STAR® rated LED lamps at participating local retailers. Just look for Simple Steps, Smart Savings signage, and begin saving right now.

DUCT SEALING

Whether you have an electric furnace or heat pump, leaky ductwork is the equivalent of throwing hard-earned cash out the window. A majority of the homes, regardless of age, have duct systems that waste energy and money. That’s why Clallam County PUD is running a duct sealing program. Fixing leaky ductwork can save you around $90 a year. If you have the duct sealing done by an approved PUD contractor, we will pay up to $250 of the cost.

ENERGY STAR® APPLIANCES

When it comes to shopping for and comparing energy-efficient appliances and home electronics, look for the ENERGY STAR® and EnergyGuide labels. The ENERGY STAR® labels appear on appliances and home electronics that meet strict energy efficiency criteria established by the U.S. Department of Energy and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The ENERGY STAR® labeling program includes most home electronics and appliances except for stove ranges and ovens. The conservation staff at Clallam County PUD always is looking for ways to make more programs available, as well as finding the most efficient methods to get those programs out to the most people. Most importantly, we want all of Clallam County PUD’s customers, residential, commercial and industrial alike; to know that we are here to help you with conservation planning and questions. Please go to our website, www.ClallamPUD.net, or call us — 360-565-3249 or 800-542-7859 ext. 249.

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The North Peninsula Building Association represents builders and associates of the building industry. We advocate constant improvement of building and business practices to provide quality construction in our community. NORTH PENINSULA BUILDING ASSOCIATION Executive Officer Diana Johnson diana@npba.info Director of Marketing Eran Kennedy info@npba.info Director of Finance Mary Corbett finances@npba.info Street Address 350 West Washington Street, Ste. #3 Sequim, WA 98382 Phone / Fax 360-452-8160 / 360-452-8197 Website www.npba.info facebook.com/NorthPeninsulaBuildingAssociation Office Hours Monday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm BUILT GREEN OF CLALLAM COUNTY info@npba.info . . . . . . . . . . . 452-8160 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOME BUILDERS (NAHB) www.nahb.com . . . . . . . . . . .800-368-5242 BUILDING INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION OF WA (BIAW) www.biaw.com . . . . . . . . . . .800-228-4229 BIAW Health Insurance Program Capital Benefit Services, Inc. . . . .800-545-7011 Return on Industrial Insurance (R.O.I.I.) Lara Hastings . . . . . . . . . . . .800-228-4229

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NPBA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE President Kevin Russell, Kevin Russell Construction, MCGP . 457-8247 1st Vice President Tracy Gudgel, Zenovic & Associates. . . 417-0501 2nd Vice President Scott Schwagler, J & J Construction . . 457-1809 Treasurer Kasi O’ Leary, First Federal . . . . . . . 417-3131 Secretary Derek Adamire, Adamire Concrete & Excavation, Inc.. . . . . . . . . . 461-0738 Immediate Past President Garret DelaBarre, CGP, Anderson Homes . . . . . . . . . . 452-1232 NPBA Builder Directors Larry Hanna, L.P. Hanna Construction . 452-1572 Greg McCarry, Westerra Homes . . . . . 509-0633 Andy Hines, Hines Homes . . . . . . . . 461-1405 NPBA Associate Directors Justin Wilson, NTI Engineering & Surveying . . . . . . . . . . . . 452-8491 Kelly Fox, Angeles Millwork/Hartnagel . 457-8581 Life Directors Bill Roberds, Excel Utility Constr. . . . . 452-1110 Roger Wheeler, RJ Services . . . . . . 457-1420 Executive Officer Diana Johnson, NPBA . . . . . . . . . . 452-8160

BIAW State Director - Builders Greg McCarry, Westerra Homes . . . . . 509-0633 Andy Hines, Hines Homes . . . . . . . . 565-5006 NPBA COMMITTEES Budget and Finance Mark Smith Larry Hanna, LP Hanna Construction Greg McCarry, Westerra Homes Kasi O’ Leary, First Federal Community Support Roger Wheeler, RJ Services Education Kelly Fox, Angeles Millwork/Hartnagel Golf Tournament Mike Thomas, Lakeside Industries Government Affairs Greg McCarry, Westerra Homes Kevin Russell, MCGP, Kevin Russell Construction Holiday Gala & Silent Auction Tami Brothers, NTI Engineering & Surveying Traci Konopaski, J & J Construction Membership / Awards Diana Johnson, NPBA Eran Kennedy, NPBA Roger Wheeler, RJ Services Surplus Sale Scott Schwagler, J & J Construction

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Local, State and Federal Contacts Area codes are (360) unless otherwise indicated.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND ORGANIZATIONS CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE Forks Chamber . . . . . . . . . . 374-2531 Port Angeles Chamber. . . . . . . 452-2363 Sequim Chamber . . . . . . . . . 683-6197 CITY OF PORT ANGELES City Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 417-0411 321 E. 5th St, Port Angeles, WA 98362 Building Permits. . . . . . . . . . 417-4815 City Clerk . . . . . . . . . . . . . 417-4634 City Manager . . . . . . . . . . . 417-4500 Construction Permits . . . . . . . 417-4815 Inspections . . . . . . . . . . . . 417-4816 Utility Permits . . . . . . . . . . . 417-4807 Zoning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 417-4750

CITY OF SEQUIM City Clerk’s Office 226 N. Sequim Ave., Sequim, WA 98382 Meeting Location: Transit Center 190 W. Cedar Street, Sequim City Clerk . . . . . . . . . . . . . 683-4139 Utilities/Building/Planning . . . . . 683-4908 CITY OF FORKS City Hall 500 E. Division St., Forks, WA 98331 City Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 374-5412 Building Inspection . . . . . . . . . Ext. 241 City Clerk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ext. 240 Utilities Superintendent . . . . . . . Ext. 242 Water Department . . . . . . . . . . Ext. 238 CLALLAM COUNTY COURTHOUSE 223 E. 4th St., Port Angeles, WA 98362 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 417-2000

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STATE GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS

L&I CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION. . . . . . . . . . .800-647-0982

Jay Inslee (D) . . . . . . . . . . . . Brad Owen (D) . . . . Kim Wyman (NP) . . Jim McIntire (D) . . . Troy Kelley (D) . . . . Bob Ferguson (D) . . Randy Dorn (NP) . . Mike Kreidler (D) . . . Peter J. Goldmark (D)

LABOR & INDUSTRIES, DEPT. OF 1605 E. Front St., Suite C, Port Angeles. . . . . . . . . . . Administrative . . . . . . . . . Electrical Inspection 24 Hour Request Line . . . Questions about Electrical Inspections . . . . . . . . . Employer Accounts . . . . . . . Injury Claims . . . . . . . . . . Safety and Health . . . . . . . . Rick White, WISHA Safety Inspector . . . . . . Dan Fereira, Factory Assembled Structure / Construction Compliance Inspector . . . WASHINGTON STATE INFORMATION HOTLINE . General Information . . . Washington State Website Hotline to Olympia during Legislative Session . .

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AUDITOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 417-2222 COMMISSIONERS . . . . . . . . . . . 417-2233 Mark Ozias, Dist. 1 . . . . . mozias@co.clallam.wa.us Mike Chapman, Dist. 2 . mchapman@co.clallam.wa.us Bill Peach, Dist. 3 . . . . . . bpeach@co.clallam.wa.us COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Administration . . . . . . . . . . . 417-2277 Building Division Codes/Permits . . . . . . . . . 417-2595 Inspection Request . . . . . . . 417-2518 Building Official Fire Marshall . . . . . . . . . . 417-2314 Planning Division Long Range/Water Quality . . . 417-2322 Plats/Zoning/Shorelines . . . . 417-2420 TREASURER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 417-2344 Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . 417-2251 Assessments . . . . . . . . . . . . 417-2400 Excise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 417-2255

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS . . Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

360-902-4111 360-753-4110 360-786-7700 360-902-4151 360-902-9000 360-902-0370 360-753-6200 360-725-6000 360-725-7000 360-902-1004

STATE SENATOR 24TH DISTRICT Jim Hargrove (D) . . . . . . . . . 360-786-7646 411 Legislative Building, PO Box 40424 Olympia, WA 98504-0424 jim.hargrove@leg.wa.gov STATE REPRESENTATIVES 24TH DISTRICT Kevin Van De Wege (D) . . . . . . 360-786-7616 434A Legislative Building, PO Box 40600 Olympia, WA 98504-0600 VanDeWege.Kevin@leg.wa.gov STATE REPRESENTATIVES 24TH DISTRICT Steve Tharinger (D) . . . . . . . . 360-786-7904 368 John L. O’Brien Building, PO Box 40600 Olympia, WA 98504-0600 steve.tharinger@leg.wa.gov

PRESIDENT Barack Obama (D) The White House. . . . . . . . . . 202-456-1414 Washington, D.C. 20500 . . . .Fax 202-456-2461 president@whitehouse.gov US SENATOR 6TH DISTRICT Maria Cantwell (D) 311 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 . . . . 915 Second Ave. Suite 3206 . Seattle, WA 98174 . . . . . . cantwell.senate.gov . . . . . .

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US SENATOR 6TH DISTRICT Patty Murray (D) 448 Russell Senate Office Building Washington, D.C. 20510 . . . . . . 202-224-2621 2988 Jackson Federal Building Fax 202-224-0238 915 2nd Avenue . . . . . . . . . . 206-553-5545 Seattle, WA 98174 . . . . . . Fax 206-553-0891 murray.senate.gov US REPRESENTATIVE 6TH DISTRICT Derek Kilmer (D) 1429 Longworth House Office Bldg. 202-225-5916 Washington, DC 20515 . . . . Fax 202-226-3575 345 6th St., Suite 500 . . . . . . . 360-373-9725 Bremerton, WA 98337 . . . . . Fax 360-373-9725 kilmer.house.gov

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BUILDER MEMBERS A DEPENDABLE CONTRACTOR Gene & Muriel Fulmer PO Box 1574 Port Angeles, WA 98362-0192 452-8770 dependable@olypen.com adependablecontractor.net

ALDERGROVE CONSTRUCTION INC Walter L. Dalrymple 336 Benson Rd Port Angeles, WA 98363 457-2067 / Fax: 457-6765 waltd@aldergroveci.com aldergrovei.com

AMERICA’S HANDYMAN CONSTRUCTION, INC. Dominic Cortez 2932 River Rd Sequim, WA 98382 (360) 670-3187 americashandyman@rocketmail.com

ANDERSON HOMES Caleb Anderson 618 S Peabody St #H Port Angeles, WA 98362-6244 452-1232 Fax: 452-6145 caleb@andersonhomesllc.com andersonhomesllc.com

ARTISAN CABINETRY & RENOVATIONS, LLC / DBA ACR CONSTRUCTION Chuck Daniel PO Box 602 Carlsborg, WA 98324 670-9156 artisan@olypen.com acrbuilt.com

NOTE: ALL AREA CODES ARE (360) UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED

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CLAWSON CONSTRUCTION, LLC Dave Clawson PO Box 2683 Port Angeles, WA 98362 461-9295 clawson77@q.com clawsonconstructionllc.com

BERNEKING CONCRETE HOMES Rex or Daniel Berneking 340 Wright Rd Sequim, WA 98382 683-1566 / 460-7317 bernekingch@olympus.net bernekingconcretehomes.com facebook.com/berneking-concretehomes

BY DESIGN GROUP INC Jac E. Osborn, CAPS, LGC 11 E Runnion Rd Sequim, WA 98382-9403 582-1843 / 461-1843 Fax: 582-1943

CORNERSTONE BUILDERS INC Lex Morgan / Noel Carey PO Box 1633 Sequim, WA 98382-1633 683-8477 homes@cornerstonebuilders.com cornerstonebuilders.com

COZI HOMES Ken Zeigler 324 E 9th St Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-9906 / 460-0036 Fax: 452-1238 cozi@olypen.com cozihomesconstruction.com

info@candersonhomes.com candersonhomes.com

CHILDERS BUKOVNIK CONSTRUCTION Bill Childers 13 Valhallas Dr Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-9136 Fax: 457-1268 childers.bill@gmail.com cbconstruction.net

rick@estesbuilders.com estesbuilders.com facebook.com/pages/estes-builders/ 123841864359168

FEELEY CONSTRUCTION INC, Bill Feeley 1215 E Front St Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-7559 feeley@olypen.com feeleyconstruction.com

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF CLALLAM COUNTY Cyndi Hueth PO Box 1479 Port Angeles, WA 98362-1479 681-6780 Fax: 681-6780 cjhueth@habitatclallam.org habitatclallam.org facebook.com/HFHClallamCounty

showroom@bydesigngroupinc.net bydesigngroupinc.net

C. ANDERSON HOMES & DEVELOPMENT, INC Christopher L. Anderson 495 W Spruce St. Ste 3 Sequim, WA 98382 504-1198 / 770-1477 Fax: 504-1199

ESTES BUILDERS LLC Rick Gross 259003 Highway 101 Sequim, WA 98382 683-8756 Fax: 681-7127

DRJ CONSTRUCTION Donald Johnson 437 Clark Road Sequim, WA 98382 797-4197 drj437@gmail.com

EARTH TECH CONSTRUCTION, LLC Jason Meyer 232 W. 8th Street Port Angeles, WA 98362 457-8811 jason@earthtech1.com earthtech1.net

HINES CONSTRUCTION INC Jerry Hines PO Box 3336 Sequim, WA 98382 681-6698 Fax: 681-8032 info@hinesconstructioninc.com hinesconstructioninc.com facebook.com/hinesconstructioninc

HINES HOMES, LLC Andy Hines PO Box 2956 123 W. Bell Street Sequim, WA 98382 565-5006 info@hineshomesllc.com hineshomesllc.com

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HOCH CONSTRUCTION INC Richard Hoch 4201 Tumwater Truck Rt Port Angeles, WA 98363-2470 452-5381 Fax: 452-5382

KED-TER CONSTRUCTION Rick Bradley 4304 Old Mill Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362-1908 683-9719 Fax: 457-2061 kedter@olypen.com kedter.com facebook.com/ked-ter-construction

hoch@olympus.net hochconstructioninc.com

J & J CONSTRUCTION OF PORT ANGELES, INC Scott Schwagler 233 Alice Rd Port Angeles, WA 98363-9492 457-1809 Fax: 452-5164

KEVIN RUSSELL CONSTRUCTION Kevin Russell, CGP, MCGP PO Box 1509 Port Angeles, WA 98362-0185 457-8247

jass@olypen.com

J GRICE CONSTRUCTION Jayson Grice 223 Marsden Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362-8998 457-1708 / 460-2673 Fax: 457-0894 jgriceconstruction@yahoo.com

JDG CONSTRUCTION INC John Gieser PO Box 2073 Port Townsend, WA 98368 385-3287 ajgieser@gmail.com JDGConstructionPT.com

JIM PFAFF CONSTRUCTION James W. Pfaff PO Box 1 Joyce, WA 98343 928-3340 jspfaff146@msn.com KANDU ENTERPRISES Gregory R. Bondy 714 W 6th St Port Angeles, WA 98363 565-8383 Fax: 457-0602 kandu@olypen.com kanduenterprise.com facebook.com/kanduenterprise

kevin@krbldr.com www.KevinRussellConstruction.com

KREPS CONSTRUCTION LLC Shirley Mercer 398 Pierson Rd Sequim, WA 98382 681-3737 / 460-2781 Fax: 681-3737 krepsco@qwestoffice.net krepsbuilder.com facebook.com/kreps-construction

LP HANNA CONSTRUCTION Larry Hanna 332 Grouse Dr Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-1572 Fax: 417-0411 lhanna@olypen.com

LOPEZ CONSTRUCTION Roberto Lopez 212 Sanford Ln Sequim, WA 98382 460-7029 lopezconstructioninc@live.com

MARK SMITH Mark D. Smith PO Box 757 Sequim, WA 98382-0757 683-3737

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Rick Gross Rick Gross Tracy Gudgel Tracy Gudgel

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MILL CREEK CONSTRUCTION INC James Schouten 4619 Old Mill Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362-1911 452-8281 millcreekconst@hotmail.com millcreekconstruction.us facebook.com/mill-creek-construction

NORTHWEST LOG HOMES Duane Baker 1865 W Washington PO Box 2414 Sequim, WA 98382-2414 461-9436 northwestloghomes@msn.com nwloghomes.net facebook.com/northwestloghomes

PARRY CONSTRUCTION CO. INC Frank Parry 203 Sylvan Ridge Rd Sequim, WA 98382-8572 477-3255

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TOWN & COUNTRY POST FRAME BUILDINGS, DIVISION OF PERMABILT INDUSTRIES Catherine Miller 16521 Hwy 99 Ste #C Lynnwood, WA 98037 (800) 824-9552 Fax: (425) 742-4378 generalm@permabilt.com permabilt.com facebook.com/Permabilt

WESTERRA HOMES LLC Greg McCarry PO Box 891 Sequim, WA 98382 509-0633 greg@westerrahomes.com westerrahomes.com

parryco@olypen.com parry-construction.com facebook.com/ParryConstruction

TLC EXCAVATION & CONSTRUCTION INC Tim Calwell 204803 Hwy 101 Port Angeles, WA 98363-6134 327-3797 Fax: 327-3819

NOTE: ALL AREA CODES ARE (360) UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED

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MEMBERS 2 GRADE EXCAVATION & DEVELOPMENT Greg Hopf PO Box 1570 Port Angeles, WA 98362-0191 461-3992 / Fax: 457-1954 two_grade@hotmail.com

3 LITTLE PIGS MASONRY Jason Peterson 247 W. Cedar Street Sequim, WA 98382 683-4349 Cell: 206-326-8418 threelittlepigs@contractor.net

360 PROPERTIES NW Alexandra Gale PO Box 1401 Sequim, WA 98382 774-2902 info@360propertiesnw.com 360 propertiesnw.com

AAWNINGS & SUNROOMS OF DISTINCTION Brad Buchser 141 Timberline Dr Sequim, WA 98382 681-2727 / Fax: 681-0707

ADVANCED DOOR SYSTEMS, A DIVISION OF DAWSON AND CASWELL INC. Jeff Dawson PO Box 1508 861 E Hammond St Sequim, WA 98382-1825 683-1850 / Fax: 683-0197 advanceddoors@olypen.com

AIR FLO HEATING COMPANY Joel Berson 221 W Cedar St Sequim, WA 98382 683-3901 Fax: 683-3971 jberson@airfloheating.com airfloheating.com facebook.com/airflo

ALEX ANDERSON CONCRETE Alex Anderson 1421 S Pacific Vista Port Angeles, WA 98363-1526 452-6659 Fax: 452-6659 alexandersonconcrete@hotmail.com alexandersonconcrete.com

asodinc@gmail.com aawnings&sunrooms.com

ADAMIRE CONCRETE & EXCAVATION INC Derek Adamire 432 Herrick Rd Port Angeles, WA 98363 461-0738 / 460-0855 Fax: 452-9800 adamireconcrete@hotmail.com

NOTE: ALL AREA CODES ARE (360) UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED

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ALL WEATHER HEATING & COOLING Jeanne Sparks 302 Kemp St Port Angeles, WA 98362-8989 452-9813 / Fax: 452-5177 awhc@olypen.com allweatherhc.com facebook.com/allweatherheating

ALLEN ROOFING Karl Allen PO Box 295 Carlsborg, WA 98324-0295 681-6528 kallen@olympus.net

ANGELES OVERHEAD DOORS Dan O’Keefe 70 Everett Rd Port Angeles, WA 98363 808-2052

ALLFORM WELDING INC Dan Donovan 81 Hooker Rd. #9 Sequim, WA 98382 681-0584 Fax: 681-4465

dano@angelesoverheaddoors.com

ANGELES PLUMBING Bob Reandeau PO Box 1151 Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-8525

dan@allformwelding.com allformwelding.com facebook.com/allformwelding

angelesp@olypen.com

ANGELES COMMUNICATIONS INC Scott Jensen 1402-G Fairchild Intnl Aprt Port Angeles, WA 98363 457-4375 / Cell 670-4975 Fax: 457-0212

AROUND AGAIN Gavin Wuttken 22 Gilbert Rd Sequim, WA 98382 683-7862 info@aroundagainstore.org aroundagainstore.org

scott@angelescommunications.com angelescommunications.com

BATH FITTER Nathan Kelly / Kristin Glavin 6900 220th St SW, Ste A Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043 (425) 712-8268 Fax: (425) 712-8269

ANGELES CONCRETE PRODUCTS Randy Adams PO Box 304 Port Angeles, WA 98362 457-0443 Fax: 452-4744

kglavin@bocobathsystems.com bathfitternw.com facebook.com/BathFitterNW

kris-acp@hotmail.com

ANGELES FURNITURE Jack Gray/Jon Gray PO Box 610 Port Angeles, WA 98362 457-9412 Fax: 457-4283

BILL MAIR HEATING & AIR, INC. Anna Mair PO Box 282 80 Valley Farm Ct. Sequim, WA 98382 683-4245 Fax: 683-0969

jackg@angelesfurniture.com jong@angelesfurniture.com angelesfurniture.com facebook.com/AngelesFurniture

billmairheating@gmail.com billmairheating.com

BILL’S PLUMBING & HEATING INC Judy Kimler PO Box 282 425 S 3rd Ave Sequim, WA 98382-0282 683-7996 Fax: 683-0969

ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER COMPANY Kelly Fox 1601 S C St Port Angeles, WA 98363 457-8581 Fax: 457-8896

billplmb@olypen.com billsplumbinginc.com

kellyf@lumbertradersinc.com angelesmillwork.com facebook.com/AngelesMillwork.Hartnagel

BLAKE TILE & STONE INC Jordan Pavlak 490 S Blake Ave Sequim, WA 98382 681-2877 / Fax: 683-6267 sequim@blakeinc.net blakeinc.net facebook.com/BlakeTileandStone

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BOB’S ELECTRIC INC Robert L. Gudgel 2293 Deer Park Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362 457-6887 Fax: 452-9943 BROKERS GROUP REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS 219 W. Washington Street Sequim, WA 98382 681-8778 Fax: 681-5577

BUDGET BLINDS Rick & Wendy Timmons 489 W Washington St Sequim, WA 98382 582-9200 Fax: 683-5985 rwtimmons@budgetblinds.com budgetblinds.com/portangeles facebook.com/budget-blinds

BUILD A BATH LLC Linda Chamness 201 Foresome Dr Sequim, WA 98382 813-2813 buildabathllc.com

C & F INSULATION Tom Foley PO Box 2197 Port Angeles, WA 98362-0286 681-0480 Fax: 681-0349

CALLIS & ASSOCIATES, INC. Andy Callis 806 South Vine St Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-2314 Fax: 452-1701 andy@callisinsurance.com callisinsurance.com facebook.com/callis.insurance

CAMPBELL ROOFING, LLC Josh Campbell 638 Blue Ridge Rd. Port Angeles, WA 98362 683-8071 contact@campbellroofingllc.com campbellroofingllc.com

CHERRY CREEK MORTGAGE CO, INC Port Angeles Branch Kelly Raymond / NMLS# 646168 Vonnie McKnight / NMLS# 109043 Rebecca Stevenson / NMLS# 1061787 711 East Front Street, Suite B Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-1200 Sequim Branch Deon Kapetan / NMLS# 109229 Jennifer Sweeney / NMLS# 148012 Stephanie Sweet / NMLS# 1029920 564 N 5th Avenue Sequim, WA 98382 683-1515 cherrycreekmortgage.com/olympicpeninsula

tom@candfinsulation.com candfinsulation.com

C & J EXCAVATING INC Gary L. Schneider PO Box 430 Carlsborg, WA 98324 683-7741 Fax: 681-3165 cjexcav@gmail.com candjexcavating.com facebook.com/c&jexcavatinginc

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CLALLAM TITLE COMPANY Brenda Smith PO Box 248 204 S. Lincoln St. Port Angeles, WA 98362 457-2000 Fax: 457-9330 brenda@clallamtitle.com clallamtitle.com facebook.com/clallamtitle

CLARK LAND OFFICE PLLC Scot Clark PO Box 2199 Sequim, WA 98382 681-2161 Fax: 683-5310 scot@clarkland.com clarkland.com facebook.com/clark-land-office

CUNHA & MARTIN CPAs Jeanne Martin 120 W Maple St PO Box 3400 Sequim, WA 98382 683-1125 Fax: 683-1126 client@cunhamartincpas.com www.cunhamartincpas.com

CUSTOM BUILT DESIGNS LTD William McClallum PO Box 1101 Sequim, WA 98382 683-4542 wm.mcclallam@gmail.com

D & H ENTERPRISES Darrel S. Gaydeski PO Box 631 Forks, WA 98331-0631 640-0434 Fax: 374-9070 bogiebob@centurytel.net

CLALLAM COUNTY PUD Arnie Trareski PO Box 1090 Port Angeles, WA 98362 565-3253 arnet@clallampud.net clallampud.net facebook.com/clallampud

D & K PAINTING INC Dan A. Huff 200 Mt Pleasant Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362 457-7823 Fax: 457-7823 dkpainting@msn.com

DAVE’S HEATING & COOLING SERVICE INC Dave & Jeanne Oldenkamp PO Box 413 1206 South C St Port Angeles, WA 98363 452-0939 Fax: 452-4376 davesheating@wavecable.com facebook.com/davesheatingpa

DIAMOND ROOFING Cliff Fors PO Box 2963 Port Angeles, WA 98362-0336 452-9518 DRAFTING SOLUTIONS Annie O’Rourke PO Box 1246 Port Angeles, WA 98362 417-5615 draftingsolutions@olypen.com prudentialdraftingsolutions.com

EAGLE HOME MORTGAGE Riley Chase 1551 Piperberry Way Port Orchard, WA 98366 633-2403 Fax: (855) 473-2403 rileychase@eaglehm.com rileychase.com

EDEN EXCAVATING INC Kevin Rodman 4065 Eden Valley Rd Port Angeles, WA 98363-8833 457-3750 / 461-1275 Fax: 452-1422 edenexcavating@yahoo.com edenexcavating.com

EMERALD ROOFING Travis Quent PO Box 879 Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-4681 / 460-4491 emerald2@olypen.com emeraldroofing.20m.com

NOTE: ALL AREA CODES ARE (360) UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED

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MEMBERS EVERGREEN HOME LOANS 542 N. Fifth Ave, Ste. 2B Sequim, WA 98382 681-8197 Fax: 681-8419 Michele Adkisson / NMLS# 53071 FaLeana Wech / NMLS# 1281325 Port Angeles Debbie Rutherford / NMLS# 299692 madkisson@evergreenhomeloans.com evergreenhomeloans.com

EVERWARM HEARTH & HOME Terry McCartney, Owner 257151 Highway 101 E Port Angeles, WA 98362-8209 452-3366 Fax: 452-3367 everwarm@olypen.com everwarmhh.com facebook.com/everwarmhearthhome

EXCEL UTILITY CONSTRUCTION INC Cory Swanson 54 W Misty Ln Port Angeles, WA 98362-8119 452-1110 Fax: 452-5568 cory@excel-utilities.com

EXTRA MILE TECH & ELECTRICAL Scott Smasal 418 N Race St Port Angeles, WA 98362-3518 457-5222 extramile@olympus.net

FAIRCHILD FLOORS Dave Fairchild 1404 E Front St #D Port Angeles, WA 98362 457-1411 Fax: 452-8775 ffloors@olypen.com fairchildfloors.com facebook.com/fairchild-floors

NOTE: ALL AREA CODES ARE (360) UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED

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FERGUSON ENTERPRISES Bryan Larson / Mike McNeill 73 Ruths Pl Sequim, WA 98382-8380 681-8417 Fax: 681-8472 bryan.larson@ferguson.com ferguson.com

FERRELLGAS Mark Dettloff 3611 A Street SE Auburn, WA 98002 (253) 833-1641 Fax: (253) 833-1514

GLASS SERVICES COMPANY Ward S. Dunscomb PO Box 2559 255652 Highway 101 Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-1155 Fax: 452-9637

HARTNAGEL BUILDING SUPPLY Kelly Fox 3111 E Hwy 101 Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-8933 Fax: 452-8943

glassguy@olypen.com glassservicesco.com

kellyf@lumbertradersinc.com hartnagels.com facebook.com/AngelesMillwork.Hartnagel

markdettloff@ferrellgas.com ferrellgas.com

FIRST FEDERAL Terri Wood / NMLS #413367 417-3223 Fax: 457-6892 terri.wood@ourfirstfed.com

Kathi Larsen / NMLS #413364 452-1889 kathi.larsen@ourfirstfed.com

Julie Myers / NMLS #162954 582-5204 julie.myers@ourfirstfed.com

PO Box 351 Port Angeles, WA 98362 ourfirstfed.com facebook.com/ourfirstfed

FORKS FIBER MANAGEMENT, INC Jesse Hewey PO Box 854, Forks, WA 98331 374-2275 / 640-1524 Fax: 374-6210 taraf@bomcpa.com

GARY PRIEST EXCAVATING Gary Priest PO Box 2181 Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-1770 office@gpeinc.net

GELLOR INSURANCE INC Bill Gellor 214 E 1st St Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-2388 Fax: 452-1448

HI TECH FIRE & SECURITY, INC Gary Politika 723 E Front St Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-2727 Fax: 452-8560

GOOD MAN SANITATION, INC Chuck Molisky 2495 Cape George Rd Port Townsend, WA 98368 457-4121 Fax: 385-1275

hitech@olypen.com gotohitech.com

goodmansanitation@qwestoffice.net goodmansanitationinc.com facebook.com/good-man-sanitation-inc

GREEN CROW PROPERTIES Dennis Yakovich PO Box 2439 Port Angeles, WA 98362 417-3667 H2O PLUMBING CONTRACTORS Richard McDougal 216 Center Park Wy Sequim, WA 98382-3463 681-0379 Fax: 681-7188 plumber@h2oplumbing.com h2oplumbing.com

HADLOCK BUILDING SUPPLY INC Bill Kraut PO Box 869 Port Hadlock, WA 98339 385-1771 Fax: 385-1980 bill@hadlockbuildingsupply.com hadlockbuildingsupply.com facebook.com/hadlockbuildingsupply

HOMER SMITH INSURANCE INC Homer Smith PO Box 591 Port Townsend, WA 98368 683-4970 Fax: 683-2970 homer@homersmith.com homersmith.com facebook.com/pages/Homer-SmithInsurance

HOPE ROOFING AND CONSTRUCTION Jordan Eades 1240 Sims Way #143 Port Townsend, WA 98368 385-5653 Fax: 385-1111 info@hoperoofing.com hoperoofing.com facebook.com/hoperoofing.com

HORIZON EXCAVATING INC Kurt Bruch PO Box 3248 Port Angeles, WA 98362-0342 452-9976 Fax: 452-3364 horizonex3@gmail.com horizonexcavating3.com facebook.com/horizon-excavating

carriet@gellorinsurance.com gellorinsurance.com facebook.com/gellor-insurance-inc

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HUGHES HOME CONCEPTS LLC Nathan Hughes 435 W. Bell St., Ste. C-2 Sequim, WA 98382 461-6294 nathan@hugheshomeconcepts.com hugheshomeconcepts.com facebook.com/hugheshomeconcepts

IN GRAPHIC DETAIL LLC Lorenz Perry 577 W Washington St A & B Sequim, WA 98382 582-0002 Fax: 582-0004 info@ingraphicdetail.com ingraphicdetail.com

JACE THE REAL ESTATE COMPANY Eileen Schmitz Sequim 761 North Sequim Ave Sequim, WA 98382 683-9399 / 808-0338 Fax: 683-8627 Port Angeles PO Box 2437 / 1234 E Front St Port Angeles, WA 98382 452-1210 Fax: 452-4004 mrsjace@jacerealestate.com jacerealestate.com facebook.com/alwayscalljace

JARMUTH ELECTRIC INC Dale Jarmuth 349 W Washington St Sequim, WA 98382 683-4104 dalej@olympus.net

KINGSTON LUMBER Joe Hurtt PO Box 169 Kingston, WA 98346 297-3600 joe@kingstonlumber.com kingstonlumber.com

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KIRSCH ELECTRIC, INC. Terri L Kirsch PO Box 3396 Sequim, WA 98382 683-6819 Fax: 683-0869 kirschelectric@gmail.com kirschelectricwa.com

KITSAP BANK Harbir Bower 716 Front St Port Angeles, WA 98362 457-8189 Fax: 457-8471 hbower@kitsapbank.com www.kitsapbank.com

LAKESIDE INDUSTRIES George Peabody/Mike Thomas PO Box 728 Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-7803 Fax: 457-7932 georgep@lakesideind.com lakesideind.com facebook.com/lakesideindustries

LANGSTON PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Phil Langston 118 Texas Valley Rd Sequim, WA 98382 582-0714 Fax: 582-0715 phil@olypen.com facebook.com/langston-professionalservices

LINCOLN INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION INC Wilmer Possinger, Jr 4130 Tumwater Trk Rt Port Angeles, WA 98363 457-6122 Fax: 452-4773 lincoln@olypen.com lincolnindustrialcorp.com

MCCLANAHAN LUMBER INC Judi McClanahan PO Box 1483 Forks, WA 98331 374-5887 Fax: 374-5800

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2016 CALENDAR OF EVENTS FEBRUARY 13-14 Building, Remodeling, and Energy Expo 22-24 BIAW Winter BOD

MARCH 3 NPBA Board Meeting 24 NPBA General Membership Meeting

APRIL 7 NPBA Board Meeting 21 NPBA General Membership Meeting

AUGUST 4 NPBA Board Meeting 19 NPBA Golf Tournament

SEPTEMBER 8 NPBA Board Meeting 22 NPBA General Membership Meeting

OCTOBER 1 Fishing Derby 6 NPBA Board Meeting 20 NPBA General Membership Meeting

NOVEMBER MAY 5 NPBA Board Meeting 14 Annual Surplus Sale 19 NPBA General Membership Meeting

JUNE 2 NPBA Board Meeting 16 Membership Appreciation

JULY 7 NPBA Board Meeting

MCCRORIE CARPET ONE John McCrorie 547 N Oakridge Dr Port Angeles, WA 98362 457-7500 Fax: 457-7596 john@mccrorie.com mccrorie.com

MODERN DRYWALL Brian Reifenstahl 96 Bluff View Dr Port Angeles, WA 98363 452-2907 Fax: 457-1026 pattireif@olympus.net

3 NPBA Board Meeting 17 NPBA General Membership Meeting

DECEMBER 1 NPBA Board Meeting 8 NPBA Holiday Gala & Silent Auction For an updated list on BIAW State meetings and classes, visit npba.info

MOUNTAIN PROPANE Ken Mount 265 Chimacum Rd Port Hadlock, WA 98339-9790 683-1881 Fax: 385-6914 ken.mount@amerigas.com mountainpropane.com

NORTHWEST ASBESTOS CONSULTANTS Chad Witheridge / Bob Witheridge 406 Reed St Port Townsend, WA 98368 385-0584 / 301-1022 Fax: 385-0584 northwestasbestosconsultants@ cablespeed.com facebook.com/northwestasbestosconsultants

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ASSOCIATE

MEMBERS NTI ENGINEERING & SURVEYING Justin Wilson 717 S Peabody St Port Angeles, WA 98362-6233 452-8491 Fax: 452-8498 info@nti4u.com nti4u.com facebook.com/pages/NorthwesternTerritories-Inc

NW INSIDE OUT PAINTING INC Pamela Boyd 2830 E. Bay Street Port Angeles, WA 98362 460-0392 Fax: 452-3348 boyd_pamela@yahoo.com

OASIS WELL DRILLING INC Keith Winter 164 Spring Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362-9125 683-4773 Fax: 683-4774 winterkeith@hotmail.com oasiswelldrilling.com

OLYMPIC ELECTRIC COMPANY INC Chuck Burkhardt 4230 Tumwater Truck Rt Port Angeles, WA 98363 457-5303 Fax: 452-3498 olympicelectric@att.net olympicelectric.net facebook.com/olympic-electric

OLYMPIC GARAGE DOOR John Ramer 7745 El Dorado Blvd NW Bremerton, WA 98312 452-3859 / 775-2311 Fax: 452-9168 kitsapgaragedoorco@msn.com olympicgaragedoor.com

NOTE: ALL AREA CODES ARE (360) UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED

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OLYMPIC PENINSULA TITLE COMPANY Maureen Pfaff 319-A S Peabody St Port Angeles, WA 98362-3221 457-4451 Fax: 457-4525 maureen@olypentitle.com olypentitle.com

OLYMPIC SPRINGS Doug/Ed Temple PO Box 880 Carlsborg, WA 98324 683-4285 Fax: 683-4580 ONA LANDSCAPING Matt Ward 325 E. Washington Street, Ste. 116 Sequim, WA 98382 683-5741 Fax: 683-406-2520 onalandscaping@gmail.com onalandscaping.com

OSTERBERG LANDSCAPING Kent Osterberg 1521 S O Street Port Angeles, WA 98363 452-9511 Fax: 457-3756 kari.osterberg@soundcb.com

PANTRY AND LATCH LLC Andrew Thomas 105 Oso Vista C t Sequim, WA 98382 460-1403 andrew@pantryandlatch.com pantryandlatch.com facebook.com/PantryandLatch

PENNY CREEK QUARRY INC Katy Rygaard PO Box 441 Port Angeles, WA 98362 457-9392 Fax: 457-9501 ryfieldproperties@hotmail.com facebook.com/Pennycreekquarry

PLANS BY MICHAEL HALL Michael Hall 2204 Happy Valley Rd Sequim, WA 98382 504-0189 plans@hvalley.net

PORT ANGELES ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS 127 E. 1st Street Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-7441 pamls@olypen.com portangelesrealtors.com

PORT ANGELES POWER EQUIPMENT INC Mike Traband 2624 Hwy 101 E Port Angeles, WA 98362-0376 452-4652 Fax: 457-5824 papower@olypen.com papowerequipment.com facebook.com/pages/Port-AngelesPower-Equipment

PORT ANGELES REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Russ Veenema 121 E Railroad Ave Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-2363 Fax: 457-5380 russ@portangeles.org portangeles.org facebook.com/PortAngelesChamber

POWER TRIP ENERGY CORPORATION Andy Cochrane 83 Denny Ave Port Townsend, WA 98368 643-3080 Fax: 539-1857 info@powertripenergy.com powertripenergy.com

PROPANE NORTHWEST David Pregartner PO Box 949 Kingston, WA 98346 881-0404 / 535-3206 Fax: 881-0148 paul@propanenorthwest.com propanenorthwest.com

PUGET SOUND TRANSFER & STORAGE Taresa Hare PO Box 99 Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-2327 Fax: 452-2353

QUALITY IN COUNTERS Rob Schmidt 175-5 S Bayview Ave Port Angeles, WA 98362 417-5447 chris@tfon.com qualityincounters.com

RAINBOW SWEEPERS, INC Jeremy Daggett PO Box 231 Port Angeles, WA 98362-0037 452-1621 / 797-4117 Fax: 452-2405 rainbowswp@olypen.com rainbowsweepersinc.com facebook.com/rainbow-sweepers-inc

RALPHS DRYWALL Jim Barth 92 Alice Park Ln Sequim, WA 98382-8213 683-7636 Fax: 683-5186 ralphsdrywall@yahoo.com

RALSTON & RALSTON AN EHL INSURANCE COMPANY Deana McIntyre PO Box 1405 Port Angeles, WA 98362-0259 452-8415 Fax: 452-8418 deana@ehlinsurance.com ehlinsurance.com facebook.com/ehlinsurance

RICHERTS MARBLE & GRANITE INC John or Susie Richerts PO Box 337 Carlsborg, WA 98324 683-5844 richerts@olypen.com richertsmarble.com facebook.com/richerts-marble-granite

RINEHART CONSULTING Bill Rinehart 603 E 8th St #C Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-2132 Fax: 452-7964 billr@olypen.com rinehartconsulting@olypen.com

taresa@pugetsoundtransfer.com pugetsoundtransfer.com

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RJ SERVICES, INC Roger & Dena Wheeler 514 Erving Jacobs Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362-9240 457-1420 / 461-1677 Fax: 457-9724 roger@rj-services.com

SANFORD IRRIGATION INC David Cowan/Travis Cowan PO Box 2246 Sequim, WA 98382-2246 683-9807 dhcowan@olypen.com

SECURITY SERVICES NORTHWEST John Alden PO Box 660 Port Townsend, WA 98368 (800) 859-3463 Fax: 797-8482 john@ssnwhq.com ssnwhq.com facebook.com/security-servicesnorthwest-inc

SEQUIM GAZETTE Sound Publishing Inc. 11323 Commando Rd W Unit Main Everett, WA 98204-3532 683-3311 publisher@sequimgazette.com sequimgazette.com facebook.com/sequimgazette

SERVICEMASTER OF THE OLYMPIC PENINSULA Evelyn Brown PO Box 69 Carlsborg, WA 98324 23 Valley Center Place Sequim, WA 98382 681-0722 Fax: 683-7146

SIMPSON ELECTRIC LLC Andy Simpson 243036 Hwy 101 W Port Angeles, WA 98363 457-9270 Fax: 457-9270 dlsimpson51@gmail.com

SOUND COMMUNITY BANK Kirsten Pavlak 541 N 5th Ave Sequim, WA 98382 683-2818 Fax: (866) 721-3238 kirsten.pavlak@soundcb.com soundcb.com

SPA SHOP/PELLET HEAT COMPANY Michael Derousie 230-C E 1st St Port Angeles, WA 98362-2905 457-4406 Fax: 452-0503 miked@spashop.com spashop.com facebook.com/spa-shoppellet-heatcompany

STRAITS ELECTRIC John/Christie Tucker PO Box 2914 Port Angeles, WA 98362-0335 452-9104 Fax: 452-0741 straits@olypen.com facebook.com/straitselectric

SUNSET WIRE ROPE Wayne Brown 518 Marine Dr Port Angeles, WA 98363-2230 457-3369 Fax: 457-7968

evelyn@smolypen.com

wayne@sunsetdoitbest.com sunset.doitbest.com

THOMAS BUILDING CENTER Tony Steinman 301 W Washington St Sequim, WA 98382-3341 683-3393 Fax: 683-8447 tony@thomasbuildingcenter.com thomasbuildingcenter.com

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THURMAN SUPPLY Bill Hoagland 1807 E Front St Port Angeles, WA 98362-4930 457-8591 Fax: 452-1425 billh@thurmansupply.com thurmansupply.com

TIM’S CUSTOM CABINETS, INC Tony Cortani 5231 Woodcock Rd Sequim, WA 98382 683-7648 Fax: 681-8515 timscabinets@msn.com timscabinets.com

TRACY’S INSULATION INC Tracy Bloom PO Box 970 Carlsborg, WA 98324-0970 582-9600 Fax: 582-9602 office@tracysinsulation.net tracysinsulation.net

ULINS CONCRETE PUMPING COMPANY INC Brad Ulin 19044 5th Ave NE Poulsbo, WA 98370 775-5107 bradulin@hotmail.com facebook.com/Ulins-Concrete-Pumping

UMPQUA BANK Kyle Needham 1033 E. 1st Steet Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-6831 (503) 372-0396

WAVE Chris O’Quin 725 E. 1st St Port Angeles,WA 98362 621-4933 coquin@wavebroadband.com wavebroadband.com

WE PROMOTE YOU Debbie Mangano 1937 E. Maddock Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-2082 / 460-3050 wepromoteyou@olypen.com www.wepromote-you.com www.facebook.com/ WePromoteYouMarketing

WILDER AUTO & RV Dan Wilder, Jr 53 Jetta Way Port Angeles, WA 98362-7484 452-9268 Fax: 452-8679 danjr@wilderauto.com wilderauto.com facebook.com/wilderauto

ZENOVIC & ASSOCIATES INC Tracy Gudgel 301 E 6th St #1 Port Angeles, WA 98362 417-0501 Fax: 417-0514 tracy@zenovic.net zenovic.net

kyleneedham@umpquabank.com umpquabank.com

WASHINGTON FEDERAL Cherrie Cibene PO Box 2848 Sequim, WA 98382-2848 681-7485 Fax: 681-7618 sequim.office@wafd.com facebook.com/washington-federal

NOTE: ALL AREA CODES ARE (360) UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED

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PRODUCTS & SERVICES

ACCOUNTING SERVICES Cunha & Martin CPAs. . . . . . . . 683-1125 Rinehart Consulting . . . . . . . . 452-2132

ADVERTISING/MARKETING/MEDIA

Not sure who to call for your project?

Sequim Gazette . . . . . . . . . . 683-3311 Wave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 621-4933 We Promote You . . . . . . . . . 452-2082

This handy reference guide makes it easy to find NPBA members who specialize in the products and services you need.

AGING IN PLACE by Design Group Inc . . . . . . . . 582-1843

APPRAISERS Langston Professional Services . . . . 582-0714

BUILDER SERVICES BUILDERS: COMMERCIAL Cornerstone Builders . . . . 683-8477 Hoch Construction Inc . . . 452-5381 LP Hanna Construction . . . 452-4572

BUILDERS: ICF/SIPS Berneking Concrete Homes . 683-1566

BUILDERS: POST & BEAM Town & Country Post Frame Buildings, division of Permabilt Industries (800) 824-9552

BUILDERS: RESIDENTIAL Anderson Homes . . . . . 452-1232 Artisan Cabinetry & Renovations, LLC / dba ACR Construction . . 670-9156 by Design Group Inc . . . . 582-1843 CA Homes, Inc . . . . . . 504-1198 Childers Bukovnik Construction 452-9136 Clawson Construction, LLC. . 461-9295 Cornerstone Builders . . . . 683-8477 Cozi Homes. . . . . . . . 452-9906 Custom Built Designs Ltd . . 683-4542 DRJ Construction . . . . . 797-4197 Estes Builders LLC . . . . . 683-8756 Feeley Construction Inc . . . 452-7559

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ASBESTOS CONSULTING Hines Construction Inc. . . J & J Construction . . . . Jim Pfaff Construction . . Kandu Enterprises . . . . Ked-Ter Construction . . . Kevin Russell Construction. Kreps Construction LLC . . Lopez Construction. . . . LP Hanna Construction . . Mill Creek Construction Inc. Northwest Log Homes . . Parry Construction . . . . Westerra Homes LLC . . .

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681-6698 457-1809 928-3340 565-8383 683-9719 457-8247 681-3737 460-7029 452-4572 452-8281 461-9436 683-4453 509-0633

REMODELERS A Dependable Contractor . . 452-8770 Artisan Cabinetry & Renovations, LLC / dba ACR Construction . . 670-9156 America’s Handyman Construction, Inc. . . . . 670-3187 Bath Fitter . . . . . . (425) 712-8268 by Design Group Inc . . . . 582-1843 DRJ Construction . . . . . 797-4197 Earth Tech Construction LLC . 457-8811 Hughes Home Concepts LLC . 683-2318 JDG Construction Inc . . . . 385-3287 Kevin Russell Construction. . 457-8247 Kreps Construction LLC . . . 681-3737 LP Hanna Construction . . . 452-1572 Mill Creek Construction Inc. . 452-8281

Northwest Asbestos Consultants . . . 385-0584

ASPHALT Lakeside Industries . . . . . . . . 452-7803

AUTO & RV DEALERSHIP Wilder Auto & RV . . . . . . . . . 452-9268

AWNINGS/SUNROOMS Aawnings & Sunrooms of Distinction . . . . . . . . . 681-2727 Budget Blinds . . . . . . . . . . . 582-9200

BLINDS & WINDOW TREATMENTS Budget Blinds . . . . . . . . . . . 582-9200

BUILDING MATERIAL SUPPLIERS Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co.. Around Again . . . . . . . . Hadlock Building Supply Inc . . Hartnagel Building Supply . . . Kingston Lumber . . . . . . McClanahan Lumber Inc. . . . Sunset Wire Rope . . . . . . Thomas Building Center . . . .

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457-8581 683-7862 385-1771 452-8933 297-3600 374-5887 457-3369 683-3393

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CABINETS Artisan Cabinetry & Renovations, LLC / dba ACR Construction . . . . . . Pantry and Latch LLC . . . . . . . . Thurman Supply. . . . . . . . . . Tim’s Custom Cabinets, Inc . . . . .

BUILT GREEN OF CLALLAM COUNTY

670-9156 460-1403 457-8591 683-7648

STEERING COMMITTEE

Diana Johnson, NPBA, Executive Officer, Treasurer BGWA Eran Kennedy, NPBA, Director of Marketing Mattias Järvegren, Clallam County PUD, Utility Services Advisor Meggan Uecker, Waster Reduction Coordinator Nathan West, City of Port Angeles, DCD

CARPET CLEANING Service Master of the Olympic Peninsula . . . . . . . 681-0722

CONCRETE Adamire Concrete & Excavation Inc Alex Anderson Concrete . . . . . Angeles Concrete Products . . . Berneking Concrete Homes . . . Ulins Concrete Pumping Company Inc . . . . . . .

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461-0738 452-6659 457-0443 683-1566

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COUNTERTOPS by Design Group Inc . . . . Pantry and Latch LLC . . . . Richarts Marble & Granite Inc. Quality In Counters. . . . . Tim’s Custom Cabinets, Inc .

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582-1843 460-1403 683-5844 417-5447 683-7648

DEMOLITION Northwest Asbestos Consultants . . . 385-0584

DESIGNERS CA Homes, Inc . . . . . Drafting Solutions . . . . Mill Creek Construction Inc Plans By Michael Hall . . . Sherry Grimes Designs . .

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504-1198 417-5615 452-8281 504-0189 460-5303

DEVELOPERS Green Crow Properties . . . . . . . 417-3667 Mark Smith. . . . . . . . . . . . 683-3737

DRYWALL Modern Drywall . . . . . . . . . . 452-2907 Ralph’s Drywall . . . . . . . . . . 683-7636

(360) 452-8160 350 W. Washington St., Suite 3 Sequim, WA 98382 info@builtgreenclallam.org BUILT GREEN of Clallam County is a community network working to promote and encourage the construction of quality, healthy homes in environmentally sustainable communities and encouraging the use of local resources while recognizing innovative new ideas. Built Green of Clallam County is proud to be a Charter Member of Built Green of Washington: www.builtgreenwashington.org

NPBA members who are also Built Green members are listed in this directory with a leaf icon next to their company name.

BUILDER MEMBERS Childers Bukovnik Estes Builders LLC Kandu Enterprises Kevin Russell Construction-MCGP Westerra Homes ASSOCIATE MEMBERS All Weather Heating & Cooling Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co., Inc. C&F Insulation Clallam County PUD # 1 Dave’s Heating & Cooling Service Inc. Fairchild Floors Glass Services Hartnagel Building Supply McCrorie Carpet One Power Trip Energy Corp Thomas Building Center, Inc. Tracy’s Insulation Zenovic & Associates, Inc. BGCC members

DUMP TRUCKS FOR HIRE

members.

CGP - Certified Green Professional

ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS

Lakeside Industries . . . . . . . . 452-7803

ELECTRICAL Angeles Electric Inc . . . . Bob’s Electric Inc . . . . . Extra Mile Tech & Electrical . Jarmuth Electric Inc . . . . Kirsch Electric, Inc.. . . . . Olympic Electric Company Inc Simpson Electric LLC . . . . Straits Electric . . . . . .

*who are not NPBA

Clallam County PUD . . . . . . . . 452-9771

ENGINEERING SERVICES . . . . . . . .

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452-9264 457-6887 457-5222 683-4104 683-6819 457-5303 457-9270 452-9104

NTI Engineering & Surveying . . . . . 452-8491 Zenovic & Associates Inc . . . . . . 417-0501

NOTE: ALL AREA CODES ARE (360) UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED

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PRODUCTS & SERVICES EXCAVATION

GUTTERS

2 Grade Excavation & Development Adamire Concrete & Excavation Inc C & J Excavating Inc D & H Enterprises Eden Excavating Inc Gary Priest Excavating Horizon Excavating Inc RJ Services, Inc TLC Excavation & Construction Inc

461-3992 461-0738 683-7741 640-0434 457-3750 452-1770 452-9976 457-1420 327-3797

FIBEROPTICS/TELECOMMUNICATIONS Angeles Communications Inc

457-4375

FINANCIAL/LENDING SERVICES Cherry Creek Mortgage Co, Inc Eagle Home Mortgage Evergreen Home Loans First Federal Kitsap Bank Sound Community Bank Washington Federal Umpqua Bank

FIREPLACE & STOVES 452-3366 457-4406

457-1411 457-7500

FOUNDATIONS Berneking Concrete Homes J Grice Construction

683-1566 457-1708

683-2318

FURNITURE & MATTRESSES Angeles Furniture

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Air Flo Heating Company All Weather Heating & Cooling Bill Mair Heating & Air Inc Dave’s Heating & Cooling Service Inc

683-3901 452-9813 683-4245 452-0939

INSULATION 681-0480 582-9600

INSURANCE & BONDS Callis & Associates, Inc Gellor Insurance Inc Homer Smith Insurance Inc Olympic Peninsula Title Company Ralston & Ralston an EHL Insurance Company

Clark Land Office PLLC NTI Engineering & Surveying Zenovic & Associates Inc

452-2314 452-2388 683-4970 457-4451 452-8415

681-2161 452-8491 417-0501

Blake Tile & Stone Inc ONA Landscaping Osterberg Landscaping Sanford Irrigation Inc

457-9412

374-2275

683-1850 808-2052 452-3859

681-2877 683-5741 452-9511 683-9807

452-2327

Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County Port Angeles Regional Chamber Of Commerce

681-6780 452-2363

PAINT D & K Painting Inc Kreps Construction LLC NW Inside Out Painting Inc Sherwin-Williams

457-7823 681-3737 460-0392 681-8675

PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE CONTRACTORS Rainbow Sweepers, Inc

452-1621

PLUMBING Angeles Plumbing Bill’s Plumbing & Heating Inc Build a Bath LLC Ferguson Enterprises H2O Plumbing Contractors Thurman Supply

452-8525 683-7996 813 2813 681-8417 681-0379 457-8591

Bill’s Plumbing & Heating, Inc Good Man Sanitation, Inc

683-7996 457-4121

POWER EQUIPMENT Port Angeles Power Equipment Inc

452-4652

PRINTING SERVICES In Graphic Detail LLC

MASONRY 683-4349

582-0002

PROPANE Ferrellgas Mountain Propane Propane Northwest

METAL FABRICATORS/WELDING Allform Welding Inc Lincoln Industrial Corporation Inc

Puget Sound Transfer & Storage

PORTABLE BATHROOMS

LAND CLEARING/LOGGING Forks Fiber Management, Inc

385-0584

NON-PROFIT

HVAC

3 Little Pigs Masonry

GARAGE DOORS Advanced Door Systems, A Division of Dawson and Caswell Inc Angeles Overhead Doors Olympic Garage Door

457-4406

LANDSCAPE SYSTEMS & SERVICES

FURNITURE Hughes Home Concepts LLC

Spa Shop/Pellet Heat Company

Northwest Asbestos Consultants

MOVING

LAND SURVEYING

FLOORING Fairchild Floors McCrorie Carpet One

582-9600

HOT TUBS/SPAS/POOLS/SAUNAS

C & F Insulation Tracy’s Insulation Inc

452-1200 / 683-1515 633-2403 681-8197 457-0461 457-8189 683-2818 681-7485 452-6831

Everwarm Hearth & Home Spa Shop/Pellet Heat Company

Tracy’s Insulation Inc/ Gutter Division

MOLD & LEAD CONSULTING

253-833-1641 683-1881 881-0404

681-0584 457-6122

NOTE: ALL AREA CODES ARE (360) UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED

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Spike credits are earned by recruiting and retaining members. A Spike is an individual who has earned at least 6 credits within a two year period. A Spike Candidate is an individual who has earned between 1 and 5 Spike credits.

REAL ESTATE 360 Properties NW . . . . . . . . . 774-2902 Brokers Group Real Estate Professionals 681-8778 Clallam Title Company . . . . . . . 457-2000 JACE The Real Estate Company . . . . . . .683-9399 / 452-1210 Port Angeles Association of Realtors . . 452-7441

RENTAL EQUIPMENT Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co.

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RESTORATION AND REPAIR SERVICES America’s Handyman Construction, Inc.. . . . . . . . 670-3187 ServiceMaster of the Olympic Peninsula . . . . . . . 681-0722

ROAD CONSTRUCTION Lakeside Industries . . . . . . . . 452-7803 RJ Services, Inc . . . . . . . . . . 457-1420

ROOFING Allen Roofing . . . . . . . . Campbell Roofing . . . . . . Diamond Roofing Enterprises. . Emerald Roofing, Inc.. . . . . Hope Roofing and Construction .

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681-6528 683-8071 452-9218 452-4681 385-5653

SPIKE CANDIDATES

LIFE SPIKES Roger & Dena Wheeler Jackie Schwagler . . . Arnold Schouten . . . . Thomas McKeown . . . Larry Hanna . . . . . . Mark D Smith . . . . . Bill Roberds . . . . . . Lex Morgan . . . . . . Lonnie Linn . . . . . .

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SPIKES Kevin Russell . . Garret DelaBarre . Jeff Dawson . . . Brooke Nelson . . Rick Gross . . . . Kevin Estes . . . Jim Strong . . . . Dan Huff . . . . . Tracy Gudgel . . . Dave Blake . . . Scott Schwagler . Bill Feeley . . . . John Locke . . .

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Jeanne Martin . . . Bryan Larson . . . Andy Hines. . . . . Debbie Rutherford . Rick Anderson . . . Dennis Yakovich . . Chris Anderson . . Bill Rinehart . . . . Scott Schwagler . . Jeanne Sparks . . . Donna Knifesend. . Annie O’Rourke . . John Gieser . . . . Jim Reed. . . . . . Carrie Sue Bennett . Deon Kapetan . . . Dan Donovan . . . John Richerts . . .

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SECURITY SYSTEMS/FIRE ALARMS

SOLAR Power Trip Energy Corporation . . . . 643-3080

Hi Tech Fire & Security, Inc . . . . . 452-2727 Security Services Northwest . . . (800) 859-3463

SEPTIC/SEWER Goodman Sanitation, Inc . . . . . . 457-4121 RJ Services, Inc . . . . . . . . . . 457-1420

SHOWER DOORS Everwarm Hearth & Home . . . . . . 452-3366 Glass Services Company . . . . . . 452-1155

SNOWPLOWING/SANDING/DE-ICING Rainbow Sweepers, Inc . . . . . . . 452-1621

SOIL/CONCRETE TESTING NTI Engineering & Surveying . . . . . 452-8491

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SPECIALTY LUMBER McClanahan Lumber Inc. . . . . . . 374-5887

SPRINKLER/SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS Sanford Irrigation Inc . . . . . . . . 683-9807

TILE & STONE Richerts Marble & Granite Inc . . . . 683-5844

UTILITIES Clallam County PUD . . . . . . . . 452-9771 Excel Utility Construction Inc . . . . . 452-1110

WARRANTY StrucSure Home Warranty . . . . (877) 806-8777

WATER SYSTEMS/BOTTLED WATER Olympic Springs. . . . . . . . . . 683-4285

WEATHERIZATION All Weather Heating & Cooling . . . . 452-9813 Glass Services Company . . . . . . 452-1155

WELL DRILLING/PUMP INSTALLING Oasis Well Drilling Inc . . . . . . . 683-4773

WINDOWS & GLASS SERVICES Glass Services Company . . . . . . 452-1155

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Contractor Checklist: There are thousands of legitimate, ethical contractors in business around the country. Unfortunately, there are also those who may cheat you by posing as legitimate contractors. These “fly-by-night” operators show up in communities to try to scam home owners into paying for shoddy repairs or work that they will never show up to perform. Here are some warning signs to look out for: DOESN’T HAVE LICENSE AND INSURANCE.

All professional contractors should be insured and able to show their certificate proving such insurance. Although all states do not require licensing, contractors in states requiring licenses should have it and be able to provide a copy.

ASKS YOU TO SIGN ANYTHING BEFORE YOU’VE HIRED THEM.

If they want you to sign an “estimate” or “authorization” before you’ve made the decision to hire the contractor, look out. They may be trying to get you to sign what is an actual binding contract.

DOESN’T WRITE CONTRACTS.

Professionals have clear contracts that outline the job, process, the cost and helps clarify how problems will be managed. If you don’t have a contract, you are not protected when something goes wrong. Don’t hire anyone who tells you a contract “won’t be necessary.”

REQUIRES CASH OR PAYMENT IN FULL BEFORE STARTING THE JOB.

Shady contractors demand cash and then run with the money. Many home owners have been stranded by paying in full up front. A deposit toward materials is common, but only pay it once you have a contract signed by both you and the contractor. It’s also suspect if you’re asked to pay cash to a salesperson instead of a check or money order to a company.

VASTLY UNDERBIDS ALL OTHER CONTRACTORS.

They may have the best price, but that doesn’t guarantee the best work. Such contractors may cut costs on quality, which can end up costing you more when you have to have the substandard work redone.

OFFERS “SPECIAL” PRICING.

If you’re told you’ve been “chosen” as a demonstration project at a special low price or you’re told a low price is good only if you sign a contract today.

CANNOT PROVIDE CUSTOMER REFERENCES.

Professional contractors should have current references they can provide from current and past clients — and you should be able to reach those references, not just an answering machine.

DIFFICULTY CONTACTING THE CONTRACTOR.

Professionals have a physical office, mailing address, phone and e-mail. They should respond to your queries in a timely manner. Make sure you can verify the contractor’s business address.

TELLS YOU TO OBTAIN THE BUILDING OR REMODELING PERMITS.

Professional contractors go to the county or state offices and get permits for their work themselves. Asking the home owner to do it could be a potential warning sign. Your best bet is to take your time, do your research and choose someone you feel completely comfortable with. If your state requires contractors to be licensed, look them up on the state licensing website even if you’ve seen a piece of paper that looks like a license. Make sure they don’t have a record of consumer complaints lodged with your local Better Business Bureau. http://w w w.nahb.org/en/con sumers/homeow nership/ home-maintenance-and-repair/how-to-spot-a-contractor-scam. aspx

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Make resolutions that are long lasting potentially combustible items at least three feet from all heaters. Make sure electrical appliances are used and stored away from wet floors and counters. Your home’s windows need to be accessible in case your family has to use them as an escape route. Make sure they are not nailed or painted shut, and if they have guards, security bars, grilles or grates, test the release mechanism to make sure it works. On the other hand, windows can pose a falling hazard. Make sure screens are secure and keep furniture — or anything children can climb — away from window ledges.

Every New Year, do you make the same old resolutions? Go to the gym. Quit smoking. Be more organized.

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Here are some resolutions you can make — and more importantly keep — that will benefit not only you, but also your family, your community and your world. IMPROVE YOUR HOME’S SAFETY

There are lots of little things you can do around the house to give yourself big peace of mind that your family is protected from all-toocommon household accidents. For example, to avoid electrical shocks, place covers over all outlets and tie up or unplug cords so they don’t dangle temptingly in front of toddlers or pets. Home electrical problems account for 67,800 fires during a typical year, according to the U.S. Fire Administration. Inspect appliance cords and immediately replace any that are worn, old or damaged. Keep clothes, curtains and other

Prices for fuel oil, propane and electricity always are on the rise, so even the smallest improvements could help your family’s budget. Replacing incandescent light bulbs with compact fluorescents can save you up to threequarters of the electricity previously used by incandescent bulbs. Make sure you change your furnace filter regularly. A dirty filter will make the furnace work harder to regulate the temperature and will cost you money. Put an insulating blanket on your water heater. The U.S. Department of Energy says that adding insulation to your heater can reduce standby heat losses by 25-45 percent and save 4-9 percent in water heating costs. The blankets cost anywhere from $15-$50 and are easy to install. Invest in a programmable thermostat and set it to lower the heat automatically when your home is empty during the workday and at night when everyone is asleep. Programmable thermostats can save about $180 per year in energy costs, according to ENERGY STAR®, a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

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keep a family warm during the cold weather months. Many local charities also accept donations of household items that are in working order. That lamp, toaster or set of dishes gathering dust in the garage could help furnish a home for a needy family. When you redecorate or remodel, don’t put out-of-style-but-usable home furnishings such as light fixtures, bathroom vanities and even doorknobs in the garbage. Habitat for Humanity  and Around Again, along with other organizations, will pick up and re-sell them at a fraction of the cost of new and the proceeds help build Habitat homes or at least stay within the community.

HOMEOWNERSHIP: A NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION THAT LASTS

Why not make this year’s resolution one that will last long into the future — long after you’ve stop bothering to set the alarm an hour early to go for a run. Deciding to become a home owner is one of the best resolutions you can make. Here are some tips to help you make good decisions for your homeownership resolution. ■ Figuring out your finances First, determine out how much you can afford. This depends on factors including your credit rating, your current expenses, cost of a downpayment and interest rates. Don’t forget that you will need a downpayment up front and money to make monthly mortgage payments. Check your credit report carefully. Inaccurate information on your credit report could result in lenders offering you loans with higherthan-market interest rates or denying your application altogether. ■ Finding the right mortgage Then find a lender you trust. Ask your friends, family and neighbors who own their homes for recommendations. Work with a qualified lender on getting together a budget and collecting helpful advice before buying a home.

It’s easy! Simply dial “811” a few days prior to digging and tell the operator about your plans and in a few days they’ll send a locator out!

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When shopping for a mortgage, consider all of your options. There are many choices in terms of a loan and not every one is right for every buyer. Don’t forget to research Federal Housing Administration (www.fha.com) programs that offer loans with lower down payments. They often are a good option for first-time buyers. Keep in mind that there are tax advantages to being a home owner that can help offset costs. Depending on your specific situation, often the closing costs and some other first-year costs of purchasing a home are deductible. And the mortgage interest deduction (MID) enables many home owners to reduce their taxable income by the amount of interest paid on their mortgage loan each year. More than 70 percent of home owners with a mortgage are able to claim the MID in a given year. The U.S. Housing and Urban Development website (portal. hud.gov) has loads of information for home buyers, including tools to help you figure out how much you can afford, how to shop for a loan, information on how to avoid predatory lending and an explanation of the settlement process. ■ Selecting your neighborhood Finally, learn about the neighborhoods where you are interested in buying. Visit areas you are interested in at different hours, talk to people who live there and find a real estate agent that you trust and knows the neighborhoods you like. With careful and thorough planning, you will be moving into your new home before you know it. If you have questions about the home-buying process, contact the North Peninsula Building Association at 360-452-8160 or visit nahb.org/timetobuy.

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Builder’s Surplus Sale May 14, 2016 • 9am-3pm • Clallam County Fairgrounds SPRING HAS SPRUNG!

It’s a great time to check out new and used building materials, overstocks and over-runs, perfect for your spring or anytime projects!

Pick up some great deals! Make your garden bloom and your house sparkle either with mulch or a new window, all at unbelievable pricing. Too many items to list … plan to attend and find the perfect thing for spring!

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of these programs are brand new and designed specifically to help the home buyer. Armed with this knowledge, you will be able to direct your Realtor to find you opportunities you have not had before. Realtors will give an in-depth explanation of Clallam County market trends and how to maximize your budget and give you the broadest range of homes or land to make an informed purchase. Check us out and come with your questions. Limited seating! Free!

11:15 A.M.-12 P.M. SPIN YOUR METER BACKWARDS WITH SOLAR

Demonstrations and Workshops SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13 9:15-10 A.M. LOWER HEATING COST; DUCTLESS AND INVERTER HEAT PUMPS

Lower your energy cost with maintenance or high efficiency heating. Air Flo Heating has been serving our community since 1974. Utility rebates and zero percent interest financing makes it economical to upgrade your system. Air Flo Heating has achieved the highest status as a Trane Comfort Specialist and Mitsubishi Diamond Elite Contractor. We offer the highest trained team in service and installation with 100 percent satisfaction.

10:15-11 A.M. EXPERT TIPS TO TURN YOUR HOME DREAMS INTO REALITY - PANEL OF EXPERTS

This panel of experts includes builders, contractors, lenders and real estate professionals who will walk you through the process of finding the perfect home to fit your needs. This seminar will empower you to find a house and evaluate its potential to become your dream home. You will learn little-known facts that will make this process easier, less stressful and ultimately give you a custom home you’ve been looking for. If building is your desire, this seminar will provide you with the steps to get started. Builders will explain the bidding process and how to choose the builder that is right for you. Lenders will discuss solid, secure and innovative financing. Many

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Grid-tied PV (photovoltaic solar electricity) is appropriate for any home or business connected to the utility grid with good solar exposure. There has never been a better time to make your own clean electricity from the sun due to price decreases in solar equipment, federal tax credits, state production incentives and local financing options. Power Trip Energy will cover the basics of site assessment, equipment choices, system cost and performance estimates using projects here on the Olympic Peninsula to illustrate.

12:15-1 P.M. EXPERT TIPS TO TURN YOUR HOME DREAMS INTO REALITY - PANEL OF EXPERTS

This panel of experts includes builders, contractors, lenders and real estate professionals who will walk you through the process of finding the perfect home to fit your needs. This seminar will empower you to find a house and evaluate its potential to become your dream home. You will learn little-known facts that will make this process easier, less stressful and ultimately give you a custom home you’ve been looking for. If building is your desire, this seminar will provide you with the steps to get started. Builders will explain the bidding process and how to choose the builder that is right for you. Lenders will discuss solid, secure and innovative financing. Many of these programs are brand new and designed specifically to help the home buyer. Armed with this knowledge, you will be able to direct your Realtor to find you opportunities you have not had before. Realtors will give an in-depth explanation of Clallam County market trends and how to maximize your budget and give you the broadest range of homes or land to make an informed purchase. Check us out and come with your questions. Limited seating! Free!

1:15-2 P.M. HOW TO SELECT A BUILDER

We all look forward to the day when we can build that dream home we’ve been thinking about for so many years. We have the home site, somewhat of an idea of the floor plan and understand what our budget is, so now is the time to think about how you will choose your builder.  It’s the most important first decision you will make about one of the largest expenditures of your life.  Join Estes Builders, where they will guide you through 13 very important questions to ask your prospective builder, with the goal of comparing those answers so in the end, you can make an informed decision.


2:15-3 P.M. FIRST FEDERAL PRESENTATION: HOW TO MAXIMIZE YOUR DOLLAR AND ACHIEVE YOUR HOMEOWNERSHIP DREAMS

First Federal is a local, community focused organization; and the only community bank headquartered on the North Olympic Peninsula. Today, they are 10 locations strong. They are helping neighbors all around the Peninsula own homes as part of the reason they exist. They are committed to knowing their customers and communities. Their Loan Officers will provide new and innovative solutions that will help meet financial goals and achieve home ownership dreams with a ‘home town’ touch.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14 10:15-11 A.M. EXPERT TIPS TO TURN YOUR HOME DREAMS INTO REALITY - PANEL OF EXPERTS

This panel of experts includes builders, contractors, lenders and real estate professionals who will walk you through the process of finding the perfect home to fit your needs. This seminar will empower you to find a house and evaluate its potential to become your dream home. You will learn little-known facts that will make this process easier, less stressful and ultimately give you a custom home you’ve been looking for. If building is your desire, this seminar will provide you with the steps to get started. Builders will explain the bidding process and how to choose the builder that is right for you. Lenders will discuss solid, secure and innovative financing. Many of these programs are brand new and designed specifically to help the home buyer. Armed with this knowledge, you will be able to direct your Realtor to find you opportunities you have not had before. Realtors will give an in-depth explanation of Clallam County market trends and how to maximize your budget and give you the broadest range of homes or land to make an informed purchase. Check us out and come with your questions. Limited seating! Free!

11:15 A.M.-12 P.M. SPIN YOUR METER BACKWARDS WITH SOLAR

Grid-tied PV (photovoltaic solar electricity) is appropriate for any home or business connected to the utility grid with good solar exposure. There has never been a better time to make your own clean electricity from the sun due to price decreases in solar equipment, federal tax credits, state production incentives and local financing options. Power Trip Energy will cover the basics of site assessment, equipment choices, system cost and performance estimates using projects here on the Olympic Peninsula to illustrate.

12:15-1 P.M. EXPERT TIPS TO TURN YOUR HOME DREAMS INTO REALITY - PANEL OF EXPERTS

This panel of experts includes builders, contractors, lenders and real estate professionals who will walk you through the process of finding the perfect home to fit your needs. This seminar will empower you to find a house and evaluate its potential to become your dream home. You will learn little-known facts that will make this process easier, less stressful and ultimately give you a custom home you’ve been looking for. If building is your desire, this seminar will provide you with the steps to get started. Builders will explain the bidding process and how to choose the builder that is right for you. Lenders will discuss solid, secure and innovative financing. Many of these programs are brand new and designed specifically to help the home buyer. Armed with this knowledge, you will be able to direct your Realtor to find you opportunities you have not had before. Realtors will give an in-depth explanation of Clallam County market trends and how to maximize your budget and give you the broadest range of homes or land to make an informed purchase. Check us out and come with your questions. Limited seating! Free!

1:15-2 P.M. DUCTLESS HEAT PUMPS: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

Upgrade your electric heat. Homeowners finally have other options! A ductless heat pump is a highly efficient and easily installed primary heating and cooling system for electrically heated homes. These systems are safe, quiet and heat rooms evenly at a fraction of the cost of baseboards or wall heaters. With utility rebates of up to $1,500 and low cost installation. it’s easy to see why ductless is making such a huge splash on the Olympic Peninsula. Come and find out if it’s for you! Chris Christie and Dustin Halverson from All Weather Heating and Cooling tell us about their premier ductless heat pump installation team, which was awarded the Largest Regional Diamond Dealer status in the greater Kitsap/Olympic Peninsula region earning the title of “King of Ductless”!

2:15-3 P.M. HABITAT HAPPENINGS — HOW TO GET INVOLVED

Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County is turning 25 this year! Find out more about what they have accomplished and how to get engaged. It’s not just about swinging a hammer! More information will be provided on the “Neighborhood Revitalization Program” being launched in Sequim this spring.

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19TH ANNUAL BUILDING, REMODELING & ENERGY EXPO FEBRUARY 13-14, 2016

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Building Supply

Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co., Inc

Glass

Services

03-04. Thurman Supply

02. WA Federal

Co.

1 7TH ANNUAL BUILDING, RE MODELING & ENERGY EXPO

DEMONSTRATIONS in Cafeteria

45. Olympic Springs

Building

32.

Center

Campbell Roofing

Everwarm

Hearth & 31. Home Town & Country Post Frame

36.

Leaf

Filter NW

Kingston 37. Lumber Hope Roofing & Const.

Quality in Counters

29.

Rainbow Sweepers Inc.

28. L.P. Hanna Const. Inc.

44. CornerStone Builders 43. Renewal by Andersen

Evergreen 42. Home NW Inside Out Loans Painting

38.ACR InConst. Graphic

40-41.

39. First Federal

Air Flo Heating

High School Concession Stand

57. Oasis Well Drilling

46. Allform Welding Inc. 47-48 Hadlock Building Supply

49. Westerra Homes

50. Power Trip Energy

51-52. Clallam County PUD

53. Aawnings & Sunrooms

EXPO HALL #1

58-59. McCrorie Carpet ONE

ENTRANCE

Thomas

30.

25. Peninsula 26.26-27. Daily News

Westerra Homes 14-17. Hartnagel

Champion

34-35.

33. Pantry & Latch

To Expo Hall #2

55-56.

BrokersSpa Shop McClanahan Group Lumber & Pellet Heat Co.

ENTRANCE

54. Kevin Russell Const.

WilderAuto Auto OUTSIDE BOOTHS: 1.1.Wilder 2. Maggie Maggie May’s May’s Espresso Espresso & & Outfitter Outfitter 2. 3. City America’s Handyman of PA Solid Waste Division 3. 4. Elliot Elliot Woods: Woods: Wood Wood Turner Turner 4. 5. ONA Landscaping

EXHIBITOR LIST Booth #.........................................Company 1........................NPBA Information Booth 2..................................Washington Federal 3-4.....................................Thurman Supply 5...................................... Anderson Homes 20 • NPBA EXPO 2016

6................... Bill Mair Heating & Cooling 7..................................... Campbell Roofing 8-9.................................... Wave Broadband 10.................................. Estes Builders LLC 11.................. Security Services Northwest

12-13............................................ by Design 14-15................Hartnagel Building Supply 16-17.....Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. 18......................................Westerra Homes 19.......................................... Budget Blinds


19TH ANNUAL BUILDING, REMODELING & ENERGY EXPO. February 13-14, 2016

Exhibitor Booth Hall #2 LOAD IN

LOAD IN

Tool Boxes  

207 207-208. 208 HOME DEPOT Jace Real

Hines Hines Estate Homes Homes    

Red Carpet Drawing Area

    360   Properties   perties      

206. PA Realtors

205.

Kandu

204. Habitat Affiliate

203. Habitat for Humanity

212. 211-212. 211. KSQM Dept of Radio L & I Bathfitter 91.5FM

210. 210. Captain Captain 210-211. Joseph Joseph Bath House House

209.

202-201.

Bathfitter

EXPO HALL #2

EXHIBITOR LIST 20 ......................... Clean Space Northwest 21 ..........................Tim’s Custom Cabinets 22-23......All Weather Heating & Cooling 24 ................. Berneking Concrete Homes 25 ............................Peninsula Daily News 26-27.................................... Glass Services 28 ........................LP Hanna Construction 29 ................................. Rainbow Sweepers 30 ...............................Quality In Counters 31 ............... Town & Country Post Frame 32 ...................Everwarm Hearth & Home 33 ....................................... Pantry & Latch 34-35.................. Thomas Building Center 36 ........................................Leaf Filter NW 37 ................................... Kingston Lumber 38 ................................. ACR Construction 39 ............................................ First Federal 40-41..................................Air Flo Heating

42 ......................... Evergreen Home Loans 43 ............................Renewal by Anderson 44 ............................ Cornerstone Builders 45 .....................................Olympic Springs 46 ............................Allform Welding, Inc. 47 ...................... Hadlock Building Supply 48 ............................... J.D.G. Construction 49 ............................... Kreps Construction 50 ................................. Power Trip Energy 51-52....................... Clallam County PUD 53 ..........................Aawnings & Sunrooms 54 ..................Kevin Russell Construction 55 ......................................... BrokersGroup 56 .............................McClanahan Lumber 57 ................................ Lakeside Industries 58-59...................... McCrorie Carpet One 201-202 ..................................... Bath Fitter 203 .......................... Habitat for Humanity

204 .................................... Habitat Affiliate 205 ............................... Kandu Enterprises 206 ..................PA Association of Realtors 207 ......................................... Home Depot 208 ........................................ Hines Homes 209 .......................................360 Properties 210 ......................... Captain Joseph House 211 ........................................Dept. of L & I 212 ........................................ KSQM Radio Outside Booths 1 .............................................. Wilder Auto 2 ........Maggie May’s Espresso & Outfitter 3 .............................. America’s Handyman 4 ................... Elliot Woods: Wood Turner 5 ................................... ONA Landscaping

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Neighborhood Revitalization A holistic approach to revitalizing neighborhoods in Clallam County into vibrant, safe and inviting places to live for current and future residents.

Weatherization STRENGTHENING NEIGHBORHOODS...

NR encompasses three housing solutions that will allow lowincome homeowners to repair, strengthen and beautify their homes at a price they can comfortably afford. Homeowners interested in the NR program must demonstrate a need for assistance, an ability to repay a low-interest loan and a willingness to invest “sweat equity” by helping complete the work themselves.

Home Preservation REPAIRING AND PRESERVING HOMES ...

Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County (HFHCC) recognizes that the housing needs of our community cannot be solved by new home construction alone. Neighborhood Revitalization (NR) is a home preservation, repair and weatherization program designed to help low-income homeowners maintain the integrity of their homes while contributing to building a stronger and healthier community.

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Neighborhood Revitalization Each housing solution will address a different need and the cost and duration of each project will vary.

Critical Repair TRANSFORMING COMMUNITIES

HFHCC hopes to utilize the NR program to heal and beautify our neighborhoods, creating a healthier, stronger community. Some other desired benefits and outcomes include: • Helping seniors stay in their homes • Accessibility and comfort for persons with disabilities • Reducing our carbon footprint • Improving property values • Stimulating the local economy • Encouraging homeowners to take pride in their homes

For more information about Habitat or to learn how you can get involved in this life-changing work, visit our website at habitatclallam.org.

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Email:

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