The Policy Makers of the Construction Trades
Unless you are involved in the home building or construction industry you’ve probably never heard of the (CHBA) Canadian Home Builders Association. Yet they have been there in the background influencing policies and decision makers in many different levels of government on behalf of the construction industry.
Rapid changes in technology and information systems have had an expansive impact on the way the home improvement marketplace now does business.
And with that change has come new challenges for both the home owner and construction professional alike, the Canadian Home Builders Associations exists to bridge that gap and better respond to changing consumer and industry needs and inclinations.
The CHBA is a great resource to help you find a reputable contractor to work with on your next bathroom renovation project. Some of the issues they deal with include: builder liability and licensing, consumer protection and environmental regulations.
Its members have to sign a kind of Code of Ethics representing the residential construction industry standards. This not only instigates positive change within the industry but it also makes sure you are well represented by keeping a constant eye on the regulatory environment and the marketplace.
Keeping Up-to- Date on Developments in the Housing Industry
The Canadian Home Builders Association is represented at the local, provincial and national levels and is actively involved in the communities where its members and their customers work and live.
From building codes and standards, infrastructure financing and environmental and consumer protection, its members are kept up to date on all new regulatory activities and developments in the housing industry.
The CHBA not only collects and distributes industry news but it also delivers training, advice and support for industry staff and volunteers across the country to support their efforts to deliver you valuable services and benefits.
So if you have any questions or concerns about your next bathroom renovation project a great place to start is with your local home builders association to get the referrals and info that you need to hit the ground running.