Online Votes Result in HBA and NAHB WIN

Preliminary analysis from the model code votes suggests that we won on 100% of the Fire votes; 94% of the IECC-Commercial votes; 87% of the IRC-Building votes and 76% of the IECC-Residential votes. What does this mean for Michigan? Keeping some $30,000 of unnecessary additional costs out of building a new home (cost of proposed codes that were defeated) and helping to build a case that Michigan may not need to modify its current code for a while. Remember, your state association fought to get a law passed that provides the State some flexibility in how often it updates its codes. It can choose to do so once every three or six years.