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NAHB Protests ICC Vote Mandating Fire Sprinklers


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Source: NAHB Nation's Building News

Citing a failure of the International Code Council to provide a fair and open voting process at its Final Action Hearings in Minneapolis in September, NAHB has filed an appeal to the ICC to set aside code changes mandating fire sprinklers in all new one- and two-family homes constructed under the 2009 International Residential Code (IRC) and to consider changes that would restore balance to its voting process.

To read more at NAHB Nation's Building News, click here.

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That reminds me,

Has anyone heard about how the new NHIE is going to have sections of swimming pools, spas, and sprinkler systems? What's up with that bullpuckey? Looks like the ICC isn't the only group that's letting itself be influenced by certain groups with their own agenda.

OT - OF!!!

M.

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