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Affiliated with the National Association of Home <strong>Builders</strong> & Home <strong>Builders</strong> Association of Iowa<br />

Student Built House<br />

Groundbreaking<br />

AUGUST <strong>2018</strong><br />

Check the Calendar of Events<br />

at www.iowacityhomes.com<br />

for more information!<br />

Remodelers Council<br />

Board Meeting<br />

AUGUST 7TH NOON - 1:00 PM<br />

IC HBA Conference Room<br />

Women’s Council Build Day<br />

AUGUST 30TH<br />

Iowa Valley Habitat for Humanity<br />

Katie Lammers Women Build<br />

924 N Governor St, Iowa City<br />

IC/CR Fall Mixer<br />

AUGUST 30TH 6:00 - 8:00 PM<br />

The Hotel Kirkwood<br />

7725 Kirkwood Blvd SW<br />

Cedar Rapids, IA 52404<br />

Vocational Training Council Chair, Aaron McGlynn with Cabinet Works, welcomes everyone to the groundbreaking.<br />

A ceremonial groundbreaking was held Thursday, June<br />

28, <strong>2018</strong> at 3:00 pm at the site of a future home of Reach<br />

for Your Potential clients. The home is being built at<br />

1881 Dickenson Lane in Iowa City by local students.<br />

The groundbreaking is the beginning of a new project<br />

put on by our Vocational Training Council. The<br />

council organizes workforce development projects in<br />

the greater Iowa City area. Students participating in<br />

the program learn an important skill set, earn college<br />

credit, and help give back to the community.<br />

Membership Committee<br />

Membership Drive<br />

SEPTEMBER 6TH NOON - 2:00 PM<br />

IC HBA Conference Room<br />

IC Area HBA Build Day<br />


Iowa Valley Habitat for Humanity<br />

Katie Lammers Women Build<br />

924 N Governor St, Iowa City<br />

September Membership<br />

Meeting<br />

SEPTEMBER 13TH 6:00 - 8:00 PM<br />

Hawkeye Ready Mix<br />

3375 Klein Rd, Iowa City<br />

We were excited to have Governor Kim Reynolds at<br />

the groundbreaking as well as many other elected<br />

officials and members of the IC Area HBA, Vocational<br />

Training Council, the student and their parents.<br />

The project includes 13 students of all different ages<br />

building a home for a local non-profit organization<br />

called Reach for Your Potential. RFYP supplies<br />

housing for adults with disabilities. This project<br />

also partners with Kirkwood Community College,<br />

allowing each student working on the house to<br />

receive two hours of construction credits. Members<br />

of the Homebuilders Association are paying for the<br />

college credits, and students will also complete their<br />

10 hours of OSHA certification.<br />


Dr. Mick Starcevich,<br />

outgoing President of<br />

Kirkwood Community<br />

College, talks about<br />

the valuable skills the<br />

students are learning.<br />

Governor Kim Reynolds<br />

talks about everything<br />

we are doing right<br />

for students and<br />

homeowners in Iowa City.<br />

Remodelers Social<br />

SEPTEMBER 18TH 6:00 - 8:00 PM<br />

Water Concepts<br />

214 Southgate Ave, Iowa City<br />

Board of Directors Meeting<br />

SEPTEMBER 20TH NOON - 1:00 PM<br />

IC HBA Conference Room<br />

Remodelers Council<br />

Build Day<br />

OCTOBER 25TH<br />

Iowa Valley Habitat for Humanity<br />

Katie Lammers Women Build<br />

924 N Governor St, Iowa City

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Message from the President<br />

Dear HBA Members,<br />

What do higher interest rates mean for the housing market?<br />

If you have been thinking<br />

about buying or have<br />

recently purchased a<br />

home you know that<br />

the market is incredibly<br />

competitive. Part of the<br />

reason for the vibrant<br />

housing market is that<br />

interest rates have been<br />

low for almost a decade.<br />

But the era of ultra-low<br />

interest rates appears to<br />

be slowly coming to an end. The current national average<br />

interest rate for a 30 year fixed loan home mortgage is 4.4%<br />

as of July 1st, <strong>2018</strong>.<br />

So how do rising interest rates translate into real dollars?<br />

Let’s say that you decided to purchase a $300,000 home<br />

and you are planning on putting 20% down, or $60,000 and<br />

finance $240,000 over 30 years. If you locked in your loan at<br />

3.5% interest rate your monthly payment would be $1,078<br />

and you would end up paying $387,975 over the term of the<br />

loan. If you locked in your loan at 4.25% interest rate your<br />

monthly payment would be $1,180 and you would end up<br />

paying $425,036 over the term of the loan excluding taxes<br />

and insurance.<br />

When should you buy?<br />

If you are looking to buy and are able to do it now, you’ll<br />

save money over doing it later. Not only are interest rates<br />

expected to continue to climb, we are also seeing building<br />

material price increases that are outpacing wage growth.<br />

Any additional increases in the interest rates mean that<br />

your monthly payment is higher, which decreases your<br />

purchasing power.<br />

Some Perspective.<br />

Mortgage rates will continue to be low by historical standards.<br />

They were around 7% in the 1990’s and in the early 1980’s they<br />

were as high as 18%! So while interest rates may creep toward<br />

5% over the next year remember that we didn’t see a rate<br />

below 5% until 2009. So while the rates aren’t as low as they<br />

once were it is still a good time to buy a home.<br />

Sincerely, Adam Hahn<br />

Watts Group - Director of Construction Services<br />

<strong>2018</strong> Greater Iowa City Area HBA President<br />

<strong>2018</strong> BOARD OF DIRECTORS<br />


Adam Hahn<br />

Watts Development Group<br />


Andy Martin<br />

Martin Construction<br />


GT Karr<br />

Sueppel’s Siding & Remodeling<br />


Mike Bails<br />

Urban Acres<br />


Kelly Manning<br />

Sobaski Abbey Carpet & Floor<br />


Marty Tunning<br />

RSM US LLP<br />

<strong>Builders</strong> Respond to Growing Interest in Green Homes<br />

During National Homeownership Month in June, we’re focusing<br />

on the critical role that the home plays in our lives and how NAHB<br />

members are finding innovative ways to build the American Dream.<br />

Ongoing research by NAHB and its partners shows that many<br />

home buyers are interested in green, sustainable and highperformance<br />

building practices. NAHB’s report, Housing<br />

Preferences of the Boomer Generation: How They Compare to<br />

Other Home Buyers, asked home buyers across four generations –<br />

millennials, Gen Xers, baby boomers and seniors – what features<br />

they consider essential/desirable in a new home.<br />


Glenn Siders - Siders Development<br />

Mike Pugh - Pugh Hagan Prahm, PLC<br />

Art Floss - CBI Bank & Trust<br />

Chad Keune - Advantage Custom <strong>Builders</strong><br />

Rory Triplett - Insurance Associates Iowa City<br />

Todd Helle - Terry Lockridge & Dunn<br />



Tim Ruth - McCreedy-Ruth Construction<br />


Melissa Schooley - Great Western Bank<br />


Aaron McGlynn - CabinetWorks Construction<br />

Energy-efficient strategies, including ENERGY STAR appliances<br />

and windows and above-code insulation made the most-wanted<br />

list and would positively influence the purchase decision of 80% or<br />

more of all home buyers. Water-efficient features were also cited as<br />

essential/desirable by 72% of respondents.<br />

<strong>Builders</strong> are responding to this interest by increasingly<br />

incorporating these strategies in new home construction.<br />

“Homes constructed with green, sustainable and high-performance<br />

strategies offer home owners a product that can reduce their<br />

total cost of ownership through lower utility bills and can be<br />

resold at a premium in many markets,” said Troy Johns, founder<br />

of Urban Northwest Homes in Vancouver, Wash. “These homes<br />

also generally provide increased comfort and a healthier indoor<br />

environment for occupants.”<br />

Approximately one-quarter of the single-family builders in NAHB’s<br />

2017 Green Practices Survey are building with strategies that would<br />

qualify for at least Bronze-level certification under the requirements<br />

of the 2015 National Green Building Standard (NGBS).<br />

The NGBS is the only green rating system approved by the<br />

American National Standards Institute and provides thirdparty<br />

certification for residential construction through six key<br />

categories: site design, resource efficiency, water efficiency, energy<br />

efficiency, indoor environmental quality, and building operation<br />

and maintenance. Homes must meet a minimum threshold in each<br />

category to achieve certification.<br />

The Green Practices Survey also showed that current home building<br />

practices among respondents met Bronze level certification in energy<br />

efficiency for 74% of the properties and over half met it for water,<br />

indoor environmental quality and operation/maintenance.<br />

To help industry professionals respond to the growing interest in<br />

green building, NAHB offers the Certified Green Professional<br />

and Master Certified Green Professional designations. These<br />

designations recognize builders, remodelers and other industry<br />

professionals who incorporate green and sustainable building<br />

principles into homes. NAHB also offers educational courses in<br />

green building. Get started at nahb.org/learn.<br />

For more information about sustainable building practices, contact<br />

Michelle Diller.<br />


Brad Storck - Bachmeier Carpet One<br />

<strong>2018</strong> COMMITTEE CONTACTS<br />


Dan Robertson - Overhead Door Company<br />

of Cedar Rapids & Iowa City<br />

Mitchell Manning – Sobaski Abbey<br />

Carpet and Floor<br />


Katy Stutsman – Kitchens By Design<br />

Maggie Gehrls – PSC Distribution<br />

The Greater Iowa City Area<br />

Home <strong>Builders</strong> Association<br />


Karyl Bohnsack<br />

karyl@hbaofic.org<br />

PO Box 3396, Iowa City, IA 52244<br />

Phone: 319.351.5333 • Fax: 319.358.2443<br />

Website: www.iowacityhomes.com

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JOIN US<br />

General Membership Meeting<br />

at Hawkeye Ready Mix<br />

3375 Klein Rd, Iowa City<br />

Thursday, Sept. 13th from 6 - 8 pm<br />

RSVP to Karyl@HBAofIC.org or (319) 351-5333 by Friday, Sept. 7th<br />

Sponsored and Hosted by<br />

Hawkeye Ready Mix<br />

TM Home Renovations, LLC<br />

Toby Moran<br />

PO Box 192, Oxford, IA 52322<br />

(319) 551-0185<br />

tmhomerenollc@gmail.com<br />

Sponsored by Tim Ruth<br />

William Easton Design, LLC<br />

William Easton<br />

PO Box 1028, Iowa City, IA 52244<br />

(319) 431-8660<br />

weaston@williameaston.net<br />

williameaston.net<br />


Answers by Alexander<br />

Brian Ahrendsen<br />

1534 S Gilbert St, Iowa City, IA 52240<br />

(319) 499-4890<br />

Brian.Ahrendsen@alexlbr.com<br />

Alexlbr.com/answers<br />


WITH US:<br />

www.facebook.com/IowaCityAreaHBA<br />

twitter.com/iowacityhomes<br />

Join Us<br />

IC/CR HBA’s Fall Mixer<br />

The Hotel Kirkwood<br />

14 Kirkwood Blvd SW, Cedar Rapids<br />

Thursday, Aug. 30th from 6 - 8 pm<br />

Free to Iowa City and Cedar Rapids HBA members.<br />

Sponsored by Hills Bank and Trust Company<br />

RSVP to Karyl@HBAofIC.org or<br />

(319) 351-5333 by Friday, Aug. 24th

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Student Built House Groundbreaking<br />

Tim Ruth with McCreedy Ruth Construction and general contractor on the build breaks ground with<br />

the students, Governor Reynolds and others involved with the Student Built Home.<br />

Governor Reynolds signs the wall at the Student Built Home after the groundbreaking.<br />

Thank you, Mary Ruth, for lining up the ice cream<br />

truck! It was the perfect end of a perfect day.<br />

Governor Reynolds takes a moment to smile<br />

with some of Reach for Your Potential’s clients.<br />

Ambassadors with the Iowa City Area Chamber of Commerce joined us for the groundbreaking.<br />

We had a great crowd for the Student Built Home groundbreaking!

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Student Built<br />

House Progress<br />

The students have come a long way in a short amount of<br />

time! Despite the rain and heat a lot of work has been<br />

done towards the future home for Reach for Your Potential.<br />

The students have enjoyed great success with the help of<br />

many of our members.<br />

Aging in Place from the Eyes<br />

of the Housing Industry<br />

Residents of Johnson County were invited to the Johnson County<br />

Aging in Place Forums to learn about Aging in Place from the<br />

perspective of builders and remodelers.<br />

Iowa City Area Association of Realtors opened their Education<br />

Center June 13th for the Forum.<br />

Monica Hayes with Skogman Realty welcomes everyone to the 2nd Aging in Place Forum. Forums continue through Oct.<br />

Andy Martin with MCIC and GT Karr with Sueppel’s Siding and Remodeling educate the group<br />

on the Certified Aging in Place (CAPS) Designation that many of our members have.<br />

Tim Ruth with McCreedy-Ruth Construction talks about items to consider during the<br />

construction of a new home to help you stay in your home longer and more comfortably.

6 ICAHBA <strong>Builders</strong> <strong>News</strong> | <strong>August</strong> <strong>2018</strong><br />

3rd Annual Construction Camp at Clear Creek Amana<br />

The 3rd Annual Construction Camp was held the weeks of June 10th and June 18th.<br />

With the help and support of the Greater Iowa City Area Home <strong>Builders</strong> Association, the third Annual CCA Construction Camp was a success! Mr.<br />

Clark and Mrs. Boeset, both returned as instructors for week one with Mr. Clark bringing in help for week two as Mrs. Boeset had another commitment.<br />

Middle school students in the <strong>2018</strong> camp participated in 5 days of learning and doing from 9 am to 3 pm. The campers learned how to use a tape<br />

measure as well as tool safety before they constructed a box to take home and a swing to share with local trails.<br />

The Nail Driver champs of the first week of Construction Camp.<br />

Graduation Day at the end of the first week of Construction Camp at the Clear Creek Amana Middle School STEM Center<br />

The students built a cell phone stand at Cabinet Works<br />

during the second week of Construction Camp.<br />

Parents are invited to Graduation Day at the end of camp to learn<br />

about what their kids learned and accomplished during the week.<br />

The Construction Campers got to take a field trip to Wellman<br />

and visit Cabinet Works during the second week of camp.<br />

The graduating class of the second week of Construction Camp.<br />

Thank you to all of our members that<br />

made Construction Camp possible!<br />

The Students got to show off their handiwork on Graduation Day.

Housing Starts Reach<br />

Post-Recession High in<br />

May as Permits Soften<br />

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The kitchen in the Hancock model near<br />

Pittsburgh was a Best in 55+ Housing<br />

award winner for Traditions of America.<br />

Photo by Mike Mihalo, CPP.<br />

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Total housing starts rose 5% in May to a<br />

seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.35<br />

million units, according to newly released<br />

data from HUD and the Commerce<br />

Department. This is the highest housing<br />

starts report since July 2007.<br />

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While housing production numbers rose,<br />

overall permits dropped 4.6% to 1.3 million<br />

units: Single-family permits fell 2.2% to<br />

844,000 while multifamily permits fell 8.7%<br />

to 457,000.<br />

“Ongoing job creation, positive<br />

demographics and tight existing home<br />

inventory should spur more single-family<br />

production in the months ahead,” said<br />

NAHB Chief Economist Robert Dietz.<br />

“However, the softening of single-family<br />

permits is consistent with our reports<br />

showing that builders are concerned over<br />

mounting construction costs, including the<br />

highly elevated prices of softwood lumber.”<br />

The May reading of 1.35 million is the<br />

number of housing units builders would<br />

begin if they kept this pace for the next<br />

12 months. Within this overall number,<br />

single-family starts rose 3.9% to 936,000—<br />

the second highest reading since the Great<br />

Recession. Meanwhile, the multifamily<br />

sector rose 7.5% to 414,000 units.<br />

Year-to-date, single-family and multifamily<br />

production are respectively 9.8% and 13.6%<br />

higher than their levels over the same period<br />

last year. The year-to-date metric can help<br />

compare performance data over a specific<br />

time period and show growth trends.<br />

“We should see builders continue to<br />

increase production to meet growing<br />

consumer demand even as they grapple<br />

with stubborn supply-side constraints,<br />

particularly rising lumber costs,” said<br />

NAHB Chairman Randy Noel.<br />

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Project Timeline<br />

<strong>August</strong> 30, <strong>2018</strong><br />

Women’s Council Build Day<br />

Iowa Valley Habitat for Humanity<br />

Katie Lammers Women Build<br />

924 N Governor St, Iowa City<br />

September 7, <strong>2018</strong><br />

IC Area HBA Build Day<br />

Iowa Valley Habitat for Humanity<br />

Katie Lammers Women Build<br />

924 N Governor St, Iowa City<br />

October 25, <strong>2018</strong><br />

Remodelers Council Build Day<br />

Iowa Valley Habitat for Humanity<br />

Katie Lammers Women Build<br />

924 N Governor St, Iowa City<br />

Visit IowaValleyHabitat.org<br />

for details and regular updates<br />

Regionally, the Midwest led the nation<br />

with a 62.2% increase in combined singleand<br />

multifamily housing starts. Starts fell<br />

0.9% in the South, 4.1% in the West and<br />

15% in the Northeast.<br />

Looking at regional permit data, permits<br />

rose 42.1% in the Northeast and 7.2% in the<br />

Midwest. They fell 4.6% in the West and<br />

13.9% in the South.<br />

Read more analysis in Eye on Housing.

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North Liberty, IA 52317<br />

See the nex two<br />

businesses to be<br />

inducted into the<br />

Co ridor's most<br />

exclusive club.<br />

HALL<br />

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Brooke Wagler<br />

Ryan Hauser<br />

Michael Sears<br />

Mark Pa ton<br />

Brad Bowman<br />

Sandy Steil<br />

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Martin Construction, founded in 2007, is a family-owned remodeling company<br />

with Andy Martin—former Greater Iowa City Area HBA President—<br />

at the helm. Martin Construction works with clients in the Iowa City area<br />

on projects from the smallest repair to total renovations, offering personal service<br />

and professional work, while achieving the highest standards; whether it’s fixing a<br />

sticky door or re-designing your whole home, they’ve got you covered!<br />

This remodel involved transforming the entire first level of the home: the entryway,<br />

living room, dining area, kitchen, bathroom, and two bedrooms. In addition, a threeseasons<br />

room used for storage was fully enclosed, and made into the master bedroom.<br />

Kitchen cabinets and counters were provided by Kitchens by Design using Ultra Craft<br />

and Ceaserstone. The Alabaster Oak LVP flooring and glass backsplash were supplied<br />

by Bachmeier Carpet One, and the Kohler faucet and stainless-steel double-bowl sink,<br />

along with other plumbing fixtures, were supplied by Studio H20.<br />


CBJ's Hall<br />

of Fame<br />



Affiliated with the National Association of Home <strong>Builders</strong> & Home <strong>Builders</strong> Association of Iowa<br />

“One of the best things about what we do is we get to help our clients solve<br />

the problems they have with their home. Another is the opportunity to completely<br />

transform spaces. On this project, we got to do both of those things, so<br />

that was really rewarding. This was a fun young family to work with, and now<br />

their home will really work for them as their kids grow.” - Andy Martin, owner of<br />

Martin Construction<br />

“Our experience with Martin Construction was first rate. From the planning and<br />

conceptual phase to demolition to framing and finish work, Andy and crew were<br />

very detailed, tidy, and respectful of our home and our plans to make it better. They<br />

were conscientious of any concerns or problems that came up and immediately addressed<br />

any issues we raised. Most of all, the completed work is excellent, and we<br />

love our new house! We would gladly recommend Martin Construction to anyone<br />

looking to hire a builder.” - Eric and Eve Menzel<br />

Need a Construction Loan?<br />

Call Hills Bank!<br />

Affiliated with the National Association of Home <strong>Builders</strong> & Home <strong>Builders</strong> Association of Iowa<br />

May is National Remodel Month<br />

Spring is the time of year when many Americans make plans to remodel their<br />

MAY 2017<br />

2017<br />


2017's Best of<br />

the Corridor II<br />

Sparks fly when we discuss who’s the best in the<br />

Corridor. In the spirit of democracy, however, the<br />

CBJ held a calm and orderly vote by readers back in<br />

June, which we ca l our annual Best of the Corridor<br />

competition. After profiling the first group of 25<br />

winners in last week’s edition, we invite you turn the<br />

page to see who cleaned up in Best Cleaning Service,<br />

who locked down Best Security Company, and who<br />

wrote the book on Best Printer, among others. >><br />

Fireworks burst around the Tree of Five Seasons in downtown Cedar Rapids. PHOTO WILLIAM BUCKETS<br />

homes. May is National Home Remodeling Month, and the NAHB Remodelers<br />

and Greater IC Area HBA Remodelers Council reminds you to only trust your<br />

dreams for your home to a qualified professional remodeler.<br />

AFTER<br />

BEFORE<br />

Bea Day Plumbers, Inc. founded in 1980, is a women-owned<br />

plumbing remodeling company and the lead contractor on this<br />

project. Jane Hagedorn is the Owner and on the Remodeler’s<br />

Council Board with the Greater Iowa City Area HBA. Bea Day<br />

Plumbers, Inc. contracts remodeling projects, service work and<br />

new home projects. They are commi ted to quality plumbing,<br />

customer satisfaction, and promoting women in the construction<br />

trades. From the bidding process through the finish of the project,<br />

they offer clear and honest communication with their customers.<br />

The owner of this bathroom remodel project chose to maintain<br />

the basic footprint and fixture placement for the bathroom.<br />

Plumbing and electrical systems were upgraded to comply with<br />

modern codes. Per the homeowner’s request new fixtures were<br />

chosen to be consistent with the vintage of the home. Custom<br />

cabinetry and trim was buil to match existing cabinets and trim<br />

in the home.<br />

Bea Day Plumbers utilized a team of Remodeler’s Council<br />

members to complete this project. Members included Lammers<br />

Construction, Crown Electric, Sobaski Abby Carpet and Floor,<br />

Knebel Windows and Ramsey Creek Woodworks.<br />

For more information on home remodeling, and for help finding a professional<br />

remodeler, visit www.iowacityhomes.com/remodelers-council<br />

Check the Calendar of Events<br />

Kinnick Stadium - Press Box<br />

Thur, Oct. 12th - 6:00 pm<br />

Check the Calendar of Events<br />

at www.iowacityhomes.com<br />

for more information!<br />


OCTOBER 2017<br />

at www.iowacityhomes.com<br />

for more information!<br />

Remodelers Council Social<br />



Lowe’s – Coralvi le #1688<br />

Greg Damhorst<br />

2701 2nd St.<br />

Coralville, IA 52241<br />

Moxie Solar<br />

Thomas Baumgartner<br />

230 Sugar Creek Ln<br />

North Liberty, IA 52317<br />

Parade Craze<br />

Ryan Geertsen<br />

1099 W South Jordan Pkwy<br />

South Jordan, UT 84095<br />

April 25th<br />

6:00-8:00 pm<br />

Colonial Lanes<br />

Membership Commi tee<br />

May 9th<br />

11:30 am – 1:30 pm<br />

IC HBA Conference Room<br />

May General<br />

Membership Meeting<br />

May 11th<br />

5:30 pm – 8:00 pm<br />

IVHFH ReStore and Education Center<br />

2401 Sco t Blvd SE, Iowa City<br />

Board Meeting<br />

May 18th<br />

12:00 - 1:00 pm<br />

IC HBA Conference Room<br />

Women’s Council Social<br />

May 23rd<br />

5:30 pm<br />

Graze Restaurant<br />

115 East Co lege St, Iowa City<br />


Affordable Metal Mfg<br />

303 Cleveland Street, Muscatine, IA 52761<br />

Phone: (563) 264-8212<br />

Fax: (563) 264-8212<br />

brooke@a fordablemetalmfg.com<br />

www.a fordablemetalmfg.com<br />

Sponsored by: Tim Ruth<br />

Hausers Water Systems<br />

1636 220th Street, Manchester, IA 52057<br />

Phone: (563) 927-3716<br />

Fax: (563) 927-2145<br />

ryan.hauser@hauserswater.com<br />

www.hauserswater.com<br />

Sponsored by Tim Ruth<br />

Iowa Cleaning, LLC<br />

503 Potter Street, Ti fin, IA 52340<br />

(319) 333-8343<br />

michael@iowacleaning.net<br />

www.iowacleaning.net<br />

Sponsored by Adam Hahn<br />

Iowa Valley Habitat for Humanity<br />

2401 Sco t Blvd SE, Iowa City, IA 52240<br />

(319) 337-8989 mark@iowava leyhabitat.org<br />

www.iowava leyhabitat.org<br />

K+R Wholesale Building Materials<br />

Rob Mu ray and Corinne Ashford<br />

PO Box 3670, Camdenton, MO 65020<br />

Phone: (573) 346-1187 Fax: (573) 346-1387<br />

rmu ray@krwholesale.com<br />

www.krwholesale.com<br />

Sponsored by: Andy Martin<br />

Star Equipment Ltd<br />

2950 6th Street SW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404<br />

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Steil Consulting, LLC<br />

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