When changes are proposed to the building and energy codes, state and local code officials usually agree with home builders: Change is good only when it makes new homes safer and more efficient — without costing so much that home buyers can’t afford them.
These officials, like home builders, reject changes that benefit product manufacturers more than your clients.
If just one member in every HBA is able to share NAHB’s positions on code changes to just one code official, the result will be better building codes.
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