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8B Wednesday, July 14, 2010 Bulletio, Progressive, Record, Reporter IS can According to the Plumas County Building Department, several new mandated state code changes go into effect Jan. 1,2011. However, if you submit plans for a new construction project before Dec. 31,2010 you avoid these added costs. And, if you want or need to wait, you will have until the fall of 2012 before you have to begin actual construction. (Note: Plans on a typical.home can take from 4,8 weeks to completeJ ...... keep in mind as a result of the economic downturn, this really is the best time to build your new home! New State Construction Laws Effective Jan. !, 2011 l SprinklerSystems will be required in all new homes A conservative estimate of actual costs and fees associated with this law for a 2,000 sq. ft. home could add an additional $ I0,000 or more to the pricel. California Green Building Standards Code Full financial impact on resided#ial or commercial projects from the initial 200 page draft summary of this new state law in still unknown. What is clear is the there will be significant added costs associated with the intent of this water and energy conservation law that include flow restrictive plumbing fixtures in kitchens and bathrooms, irrigation systems, heating and venting changes, construction practices and pollution. For more information without any obligation, call your general contractor or building designer today Building quality custom homes for 27 years CONSTRUCTION 530-283-2035 SINCE 1984 Michael & Donavon Beatty - Owners Lic. #453927 Almanor Energy Plus, Inc. Heating and Air Conditioning 3732 Big Springs Rd., Lake Almanor 530-596-3128 I BLAKE SHELTERS j - A R C H 1 T E C T : i~: 320 Main Street Greenville, CA 95947 530-596-3003 530-284-1444 www, blakeshelters.com Ken Roper and Associates Drafting Building Design add more 58 Crescent Street, Quincy 530-283-2078 I L,C~t 927552 Constr'uction Where Quality Counts 530-258-1601 Cell kvh@frontiernet.net Mr. Lassen Log & Timber Prame Homes, LLC. 645 Main Street, Chester LOG HOMES" +c www. MtLassenLogHomes.corn This message sponsored in part by the following building industrial professionals: Lic. No. 880996 Quincy Quincy llot Spot ] [ Broglio Construction Your heating .stove dealer I Wood, Propane, Pellet, Oil " / jCA Lic. #345556 ' s30-253-2929 / 401 Peninsula Dr., #C, Lake Almanor 2o19 E. M.i st., q.i cy/(530) 596-3076 www.quincyhotspot.com Closed Sun. & Mon.] L SSENVIEW Lc sc E & NURSERY 130 Main St., Chester B-2,58-4E Lic. #831399 Turner Excavating, Inc. 3746 Big Springs Road. Lake Almanor (530) 596-3953 CA LIC # 677295 Mountain Building Supply Mon. - Fri. 7am - 5:30pm Sat. 9am - 5pm 1947 Lee Road, Quincy 15301 283-0924 CONSTRUCTION, INC. CA Lic. #747715 (530) 258-3306 803 Lorraine Drive, Chester Madden Plumbing Heating & Sheet Metal Co. 2289 E. Main St., Quincy (530) 283-1605 www.maddenplumbing.com Lic. #405176 Green Screened Plumbing This message also sponsored in part by the Plumas County Economic Recovery Committee.