Strength in Building, Strength in the Future.

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Bloomington-Normal Area Home Builders Association

HOMESHOW FLOOR MAP CLICK HERE TO FILL OUT YOUR VENDOR APPLICATION

All booth spaces are 10 x 10.  Members of the BNAHBA were allowed first choice beginning July 21st.   No booth assignment will be approved until full payment is received and approved by me.  We will do our best to make sure you are not by a similar company but if no other space is available, there are no guarantees.  All vendors must pay an additional $35 for Interstate Fee.  See contract for complete details.

Applications will be available soon.  If you were in the show in 2012 and 2013, you will get an email telling you it's time to reserve your space!  

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JOIN US AT OUR NEW LOCATION FOR HOMESHOW, 2015!

  

 

CLICK ON THIS  LINK  FOR THE LATEST INFORMAITON ON HOMESHOW, 2015

NEW LOCATION! (Interstate Center)

PLENTY OF FREE PARKING! 

Come see live demos from THE PLASTER MAN and Home Depot DO-IT-YOURSELF Clinics...all weekend long and make sure to stop and see the BELGARD MOBILE SHOWROOM brought to you by Bellas Landscaping.  Visit our FACEBOOK PAGE

for a chance to win free tickets.  I'll be drawing 4 every weekday till March 2nd.  Click on HomeShow at top of this page for more information on dates and show times!  

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OUTLINE OF 2012 IECC REQUIREMENTS FOR ILLINOIS HOMES

 The  Bloomington-Normal Area HBA has list of requirements for the 2012 IECC.  If you would like a copy, please contact me at bnahba@comcast.net or call the office at (309) 663-6612 and I will get you a copy!

ISU NAMED NAHB STUDENT CHAPTER OF THE MONTH

Illinois State University, December's NAHB Student Chapter of the Month

 

During the fall semester, the ISU NAHB Student Chapter and CM Program teamed up and dedicated their outreach to the McLean County Habitat for Humanity organization.  The ISU group performed construction work including placing ICFs, floor I-joist and floor deck and walls.  The collective contribution of the group amounts to nearly 500 labor hours of community service.  CONGRATULATIONS! 

 

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