Sign Up and Start Benefitting
It is the mandate of the Canadian Home Builders’ Association at all levels, local, provincial and national, to provide information, promote membership and foster communication. E.g. catalogues of members, Internet information, new products and services, etc. This member firm hereby consents to the use of the information contained in the Association’s membership records for such purposes (banking and credit card information excepted) by all levels of the CHBA.
Profit From Group Activities
Where you learn more about your business by participating in Association activities such as the annual Home Show, Monthly Membership Luncheons, and the National Conferences.
Improve Your Business
Through the information available in publications that you receive and the exchange of ideas at meetings and seminars. The Association helps members keep up-to-date with what is happening today and what to expect in the future.
Increase Business Contacts
Because every contact a businessperson makes is a potential asset to their business. By getting involved in Association activities and events, members develop beneficial and lasting relationships with others in the industry.
Be Better Informed
On what is being done in the housing industry through Association contacts with government bodies, trade journals, etc. The Association is dedicated to staying on top of new developments to ensure that they meet the highest standards of professionalism and effectiveness.
Further Your Own Industry
A prominent statesman once said, “Every man owes a part of his time and money to the business or industry in which he is engaged. No man has the moral right to withhold his support from an organization that is striving to improve conditions within his sphere.”
Acquire the Prestige of Membership
In our known and respected Association, frequently called upon for assistance and recommendations by local, provincial, and federal government agencies.
Support Your Industry’s Organization
Standing alone, you are “a voice in the dark”, but by joining other members of the team, we become the “voice of the residential construction industry.”
Everyone Needs “A Friend in Court”
You may think it can’t happen to you – but when you need help, the Association is your assistance.
No Man is an Island
Yes, you and your ideas, help, and suggestions are needed to build a stronger Association, which in turn gives you stronger representation at the municipal, provincial, and national levels. The Association contributes real solutions and makes positive changes that promote and protect the interests of the industry and consumers.
Lend Your Stature
To help grow and prosper as an industry and as a profession.
*Membership Fee Schedule (Includes HST)
Applications Submitted in:
November & December $1,000.50
January (10/12 of annual fees) $836.05
February (9/12 of annual fees) $754.40
March (8/12 of annual fees) $671.60
April (7/12 of annual fees) $589.95
May (6/12 of annual fees + next year’s annual fee) $1,496.15
June (5/12 of annual fees + next year’s annual fee) $1,413.35
July (4/12 of annual fees + next year’s annual fee) $1,330.55
August (3/12 of annual fees + next year’s annual fee) $1,248.90
September (2/12 of annual fees + next year’s annual fee) $1,166.10
October (1/12 of annual fees + next year’s annual fee) $1,084.45
A cheque for membership fees, payable to Canadian Home Builders’ Association – Newfoundland Labrador, must accompany this application.
*This fee includes membership in the Canadian Home Builders’ Association and the Canadian Home Builders’ Association – Newfoundland Labrador and HST.
Canadian Home Builders’ Association – Newfoundland Labrador
CODE OF ETHICS
Members shall comply with the National Building Code of Canada as a minimum standard for construction and shall work toward its improvement in the interests of structural sufficiency, safety, and health.
Members shall plan their sites and homes to conform to the principles of good community planning.
Members shall deal justly with their employees, subcontractors, and suppliers.
Members shall deal honestly and fairly with their customers.
Members shall cooperate to extend the effectiveness of the Association by exchanging information and
experience and encourage research on materials and techniques in order to provide the best value for
Members shall uphold the principle of appropriate and adequate compensation for the services which
Members shall avoid all conduct or practices detrimental to the house building industry, to the
Association, to the good name or reputation of any of its members, or to customers.
These responsibilities are freely and solemnly assumed as they form part of an obligation as Members of
the Canadian Home Builders’ Association – Newfoundland Labrador