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Home Builders Association seminar Nov. 18

The Salisbury-Rowan Home Builders Association will hold a residential building codes update seminar from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Nov. 18 at Gary’s BBQ, 620 U.S. 29 North, China Grove.
Robert Privott, director of codes and construction for the N.C. Home Builders Association will give the codes update and discuss the latest in the debate over requiring residential interior sprinklers.
Privott has more than 25 years of residential construction experience at all levels.
The seminar/lunch is free to members of the Salisbury-Rowan HBA, $10 for other HBA members and $25 for non-HBA members. If you join the SRHBA, the seminar fee will be applied toward your initial dues.
Those interested in the seminar may register by e-mail at srhba@aol.com, call 704-633-4494 or fax in a reservation at 704-639-1937. Leave your name, company and how many will be attending.
For more information contact Mac Butner at 704-633-4494 or 704-633-1069.

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