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CHBA-VI is the Voice of the Residential Construction Industry

The Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) is the voice of the residential construction industry in Canada.  CHBA commits to support the business success of our members and their ability to provide affordability, quality and choice for consumers.

Representing more than 8,000 member firms across Canada, CHBA members come from every area of Canada’s housing industry – new home builders, renovators, land developers, trade contractors, product and material manufacturers, building product suppliers, lending institutions, insurance providers, service professionals and others.

The Vancouver Island local of the Canadian Home Builders Association, governed by a Board of Directors, currently represents over 140 member companies and is steadily growing.  Our area covers all of Vancouver Island.

Our activities are focused on 3 key areas:

  • Achieving a stable business environment for members
  • Promoting and protecting the interests of consumers
  • Supporting the professionalism of our members

The CHBA logo is the sign of Canada’s home building professionals.


2 responses to “CHBA-VI is the Voice of the Residential Construction Industry”

  1. Dave Batista says:

    Thank you for making people aware of Canadian Home Builders’ Association. Are we people need to get any clearance from CHBA to build a new house.

    • Website Administrator says:

      Hi Dave, CHBA is a membership association with focus on education, industry information, advocacy and networking. We’re not a regulating body. In BC, home builders need to be licensed through BC Housing’s Licensing and Consumer Services branch (www.bchousing.org). Even if you aren’t a contractor, but wanting to build your own house you still need to contact BC Housing to obtain an Owner Builder License. Every province has slightly different regulations on that, so if you’re in a different province it’s a good idea to look into the requirements.

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