Quality workmanship, knowledge and experience matter, especially when you will be investing a significant amount of money with a home builder or remodeler as you build a new home or update your current one to fit your lifestyle.

Choosing a building professional with the Brown County Home Builders Association (BCHBA) can help ensure you are hiring a builder or remodeler who is committed to their craft by learning-and continuing to stay up-to-date on-the latest technology, building methods and business practices.

“Choosing a member of the BCHBA helps take the guesswork out of finding a building professional to work with. Consumers should still do their research before making any final decisions, but the BCHBA is an excellent resource for finding your initial list of potential contractors or subcontractors,” said Executive Officer, Mari McAllister-Charles.

BCHBA Members have access to continuing education courses that give them an edge in the building industry. In the home building profession, there are new building codes, energy, fire, plumbing, electrical and mechanical codes that are constantly being revised and upgraded. BCHBA Builder Members must have their state credentials up-to-date so they can be sure to take new or updated codes into consideration when building or remodeling your home.

Membership in the BCHBA also provides building professionals with the networking opportunities they need to learn industry trends and stay ahead of the game on new products that come on the market each year to make your home better and your life easier. They will know what the newest materials and techniques are, where to get them, and how to use them. Their insights and advice will not only bring you savings and satisfaction today, but will help your home’s value far down the road.

Buying a new home or making major renovations to your existing one can be a huge investment into a place your family will make memories and grow in for many years. It only makes sense to select a professional with superior training, real-world experience and in-depth knowledge of your area of need.

To find a professional home builder or remodeler in Brown, Kewaunee, Marinette or Eastern Oconto County, please visit /membership/member-directory. The BCHBA Office at 811 Packerland Drive, Green Bay, can also provide you with a Membership Directory booklet.