Resolved that NAHB continue to oppose requirements for wind-borne debris protection in model building codes and building industry standards that are not cost-effective and that can create a false sense of security among occupants that their homes are “hurricane proof,” and
Further resolved that NAHB will continue to support efforts by NAHB members and affiliates to eliminate cost-prohibitive requirements for wind-borne debris protection when adopting model codes and industry standards in their state and local jurisdictions.
Resolution originally adopted: 2003.5, Resolution No. 10Committee with primary jurisdiction:
- Construction, Codes & Standards Committee