Moore County Home Builders Association

P. O. Box 912,
Aberdeen, NC  28315

Moore County Home Builders Association
Moore County Home Builders Association

(910) 944-2992

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About Your Membership

 

When you join MCHBA, you also join the North Carolina Home Builders Association (NCHBA) and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). You get three memberships for one low price!

Why should you become a member of MCHBA? There are at least 10 main reasons.

ETHICS: All three associations demand their members uphold only the highest standards of business conduct and professionalism. You can tell potential clients and customers that you go the extra mile to do business the right way.

NETWORKING: When you join MCHBA, you’re giving your business access to more than 145,000 building industry companies nationwide. From local MCHBA membership meetings and special events to the NAHB International Builders Show (IBS) – the world’s largest construction trade show – each winter, to the NCHBA 21st Century Expo each fall, to online blog pages and LinkedIn pages, you have numerous opportunities to meet fellow members and learn from them, to help you improve your bottom line.

GOVERNMENT: It’s the main reason most builders join the HBA, and between the three organizations you get more information than you can find anywhere else about local, state and federal government issues and have the most opportunity to influence regulation and legislation for the benefit of your business. NAHB is the most influential construction trade organization in Congress. Their relationships help the state and local associations build relationships with our U.S. representatives and senators, giving you the chance to meet them directly and express your concerns to them. NCHBA has been rated as one of the 10 most effective trade groups in North Carolina government for more than 15 years. MCHBA works with local government to create the best regulatory atmosphere for your business. We host members of Congress, state reps, senators and local officials, to give you the chance to voice your opinions to the decision-makers who affect your bottom line. Our influence with government grows every day

INFORMATION: Information is a priceless commodity. You can’t have too much of it, and NAHB is the nation’s leading resource for housing information. They provide e-newsletters, magazines, online publications, exclusive website content, bulletins and special reports on a treasure trove of information you need to make your business work better. NCHBA communicates the latest statewide industry news through its website, nchba.com, and its monthly North Carolina Builder magazine. MCHBA keeps members up to date on all the latest happenings in Moore County through various communication tools including its website, mchba.com, its Facebook page, Facebook.com/MCHBA, and e-mails and newsletters.

EDUCATION: Knowledge is power, and NAHB offers hundreds of online courses and webinars to improve your business, as well as numerous certification programs. NCHBA runs the North Carolina Builder Institute (NCBI), which offers classes year-round specifically for HBA members. MCHBA goes into Moore County Schools to talk with high schoolers about the benefits of a career in construction, and works with Sandhills Community College to offer construction and business management classes. MCHBA plans to offer classes this August for you to complete your Continuing Education requirements and renew your contractor’s license.

EXPERTISE: NAHB offers a diverse team of economists, lawyers, management consultants, financial specialists, technology experts, regulatory experts and more – people whose brains you can pick anytime about any issue you may encounter in your business.

AWARDS: NCHBA hosts the annual STARS awards to honor home building and sales and marketing professionals each fall at the 21st Century Building Expo & Conference. MCHBA hosts the annual Builder Awards each spring, featuring the Home of the Year and Excellence in Remodeling awards to highlight a wide range of the best residential construction in the Sandhills. Awards tell customers you’ve got a great product!

COMMUNITY: MCHBA has a long history of giving back to the Sandhills community. Each year we provide scholarships for high school students seeking a career in the industry. We have built homes for disabled military veterans, for Habitat for Humanity, and have funded shelters to support Moore County’s homeless population. You can participate in community philanthropy efforts and help build a stronger, more vibrant Sandhills community.

SAVINGS: NAHB has negotiated partnerships with national companies like GM, FTD, Dell, UPS, Lowe’s and others, to help you save money on new equipment your business may need, shipping, supplies and more. We offer rebates from more than 50 companies selling the products you use every day in your new home construction. The average member using this program saved enough money in 2018 to pay for three memberships! http://www.nahb.org/ma

INSURANCE: All three associations work with Builders Mutual Insurance Company (BMIC) to provide high-quality, low-cost commercial workers compensation insurance provided solely for HBA members. BMIC’s WorkSafe Workers Comp is known as the industry standard and offers features such as job site evaluations to help prevent workplace accidents and injuries. BMIC experts help you create the safest working environment possible and offer ongoing education and training. Partnered with WorkSafe, their Builders Best policies round out all the coverage those in the residential building industry need. From general liability to inland marine and builders risk, Builders Best has you covered.

Download your new-member-application (1) you can either email it back with your digital signature, or print and mail it in.

 

 

 
  • Upcoming Events

    Apr
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    Fri
    10:00 am MCHBA Spring Home & Garden Expo @ The Fair Barn
    MCHBA Spring Home & Garden Expo @ The Fair Barn
    Apr 23 @ 10:00 am – Apr 25 @ 5:00 pm
    Please join the Moore County Home Builders Association and over 40+ exhibitors at the Annual Home and Garden Expo with businesses that will help spruce-up all your indoor and outdoor projects. Cost: $7 at the[...]


  • Updates and News

    Village of Pinehurst Moratorium

    The Village Council is considering a nine-month moratorium on real estate development activities in two specific geographic areas within the Village of Pinehurst: the Village Place/Rattlesnake Trail and Pinehurst South/Highway 5 Commercial Areas as illustrated on the maps below. 

    The moratorium is being considered to pave the way for development that’s aligned with the new visions established for these two Focus Areas in the Village of Pinehurst 2019 Comprehensive Plan so both new and existing development can thrive. The idea is not to thwart or discourage development, but rather temporarily pause it to allow the Village time to update its development ordinances to ensure future development will complement these historic and established neighborhoods.

    In October 2020, the Village contracted with Design Collective Inc., a planning consultant firm, to develop two Small Area Plans and recommend changes to the Village’s zoning ordinances. The proposed moratorium is planned to last the duration of the small area planning process, or approximately nine months.  For more information about the Small Area Plans project, please visit Engage Pinehurst.

    Proposed Tree Ordinance for Village of Pinehurst

    The Village of Pinehurst is proposing amendments to the Pinehurst Development Ordinance
    (PDO) to address landscaping and planting requirements for development within the Village’s
    zoning jurisdiction. These amendments would make changes to the landscaping requirements
    and standards for development as defined and outlined in the attached draft ordinance. Through
    vast public input and comment at public meetings as well as with the adoption of the 2019
    Comprehensive Plan, the desire of the public and direction of the Comprehensive Plan is very
    specific. Trees represent an important part of the environmental, cultural, and historic fabric and
    identity of the Village of Pinehurst. The ongoing loss of the Village’s mature tree canopy
    through urbanization, without adequate standards for replacement, has been an ongoing
    community concern reflected in the adopted 2019 Comprehensive Plan

    https://pinehurst.novusagenda.com/agendapublic/CoverSheet.aspx?ItemID=3534&MeetingID=636

    Moore County Home Builders Association

    Moore County Home Builders Association

    Moore County Home Builders Association
    P.O. Box 912
    Aberdeen, NC 28315
    Phone: 910-944-2992