If you’re ready to build your dream home, one of the first steps is deciding if you should manage the project on your own or hire a general contractor.
In the midst of two weekends of open tours during this year’s 38th Annual Parade of Homes, the Asheville Home Builders Association is pleased to announce the winners of the Parade of Homes Awards. Winners were recognized at the AHBA … Continued
Red Tree Builders seeks a full-time Construction Manager responsible for overseeing new home construction of the highest quality. This position offers a competitive salary and bonus structure. JOB PURPOSE: Committed to the mission of Red Tree, the applicant we seek … Continued
Happy Professional Women in Building Week! The residential construction industry provides a rewarding career path for women. Builders and remodelers in Asheville are seeking skilled artisans and professionals, including carpenters, architects, engineers, plumbers, electricians and painters. With women making up … Continued
Promoting Advertising and Construction Excellence (PACE) is the perfect way for your company to stand out by gaining valuable recognition for projects recently completed. Awarded each October at the Fall Awards Gala, PACE Award winners are presented for stellar projects including Single Family … Continued
You may think it’s inevitable – the cooler weather means that your home’s energy bills will rise. Whether you are turning up the heat or turning on the holiday lights, energy usage tends to increase during these cooler months. Yet, … Continued
Interested in getting involved with the AHBA by hosting an event or presenting in the Advanced Contractor Education Series? Now is the time to plan ahead! The Asheville HBA is currently taking applications for AHBA After Hours Host and for … Continued
*Post provided by Hummingbird Insurance* It can be easy to overlook how important health insurance is, but in today’s economy where healthcare accounts for over 20% of our gross domestic product and typical family premiums in North Carolina are over … Continued