HBAFC does not compile pricing information, as each home and the level of materials, amenities, etc. can so widely vary.
HBAFC does not refer one member over another. We do, however, refer consumers to our Membership Directory, where consumers can look for member businesses by category and company name.
HBAFC offers a handful of tips on selecting who to hire for your next project. See our article on Tips for Choosing a Contractor.
First and foremost, membership in a builders association shows commitment to—and alignment with—an organization that represents the building industry and allied businesses. HBAFC keeps members informed on industry updates, as well as offers a multitude of ways for members to take their business to the next level.
We offer three categories of membership:
Builder: Any individual who operates or is employed by a firm, partnership, corporation, or other recognized business entity in the business of building, remodeling or land development and holds current credentials required by the state of WI to obtain building permits.
Industry Partner: Any individual who operates or is employed by a firm, partnership, corporation, or other recognized business entity that does not meet the definition outlined for Builder member.
Additional Employee: Register additional employee(s) from your business as “Additional Employee(s)” at HBA Fox Cities.
For dates and information regarding the Fox Cities Parade of Homes, visit our Parade of Homes FAQ, here.
Consumers are welcomed to submit a concern regarding a member, however HBAFC will not adjudicate concerns or complaints. If you are experiencing legal issues with a business, HBAFC recommends reaching out to any of our member law firms.