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May is National Home Remodeling Month
Some tips and things to consider when choosing a Remodeler for your next home remodeling project.
The HBA of Dayton has announced that Eric Farrell has been selected as the new Executive Officer. Jenna Robbins will also be joining the leadership team as the Marketing and Membership Coordinator.
In the home building industry, rather than simply thanking veterans for their service to our country, many builders also are hiring veterans. The industry has long focused on training veterans through the Home Builders Institute, the nonprofit partner of NAHB. The HBI Military and Veterans Program operates on a number of U.S. military bases with training, certification and placement services focused on landing home building jobs for transitioning military members and veterans.
Thank you to all who attended and to our gracious hosts, Appliance Gallery
Last evening, members and friends of the Home Builders Association of Dayton met for the final Mid-Week Meet Up of 2018 at Appliance Gallery of Dayton. More than 70 people were in attendance to enjoy amazing food, more than $1,500 in raffle prizes and a special check presentation to The Victory Project.
On November 13, the Ohio Home Builders Association announced their 2018 Best of Ohio Homes Awards and, once again, some of the Home Builders Association of Dayton's builders were winners. Dan DeVol of Daniel Devol Custom Builder and Jim Zengel of Zengel Group were awarded trophies for their stunning entries. DeVol won Best Custom Home 2,501-3,500 Square Feet and Zengel won Best Bathroom Renovation Over $50,000.
When ICE Comes Calling: U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement on the Jobsite
NAHB has teamed up with a team of immigration law experts to provide members with information on what to expect – and what to do – when a jobsite gets a visit from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
The American Arbitration Association, commonly referred to as the “AAA” provides numerous structures for dispute resolution. What many businesses and contractors are unaware of however is that to leverage to the most beneficial set of rules they typically need to be specified in a party’s contract. All too often, contractors and businesses have formed utilizing “off the rack” documents that simply make generic reference to “Arbitration” without specifying any particular form or forum, or even a specific set of rules.