Builders

To the Editor,

Thank you to Sheboygan County for again making the annual Home Expo and 1st Annual Spring Tour of Homes a huge success. Those attending the Home Expo in early April, were provided with a free ticket to the NEW Spring Tour of Homes. The Salvation Army House of Food collections will help those less fortunate for months to come.

If you missed these events in April, sponsored by the Sheboygan County Home Builders Association, you are able to view both events online through the digital guide book found at www.schba.org and event photos. The interactive guide book offers a direct connection to the advertisers should you be interested in any products used in the homes or exhibitors at the Expo. Additional photos of the featured homes can also be viewed at the SCHBA web site.

Touring completed homes in person cannot be compared to the ability to take in every color, corner, texture and room size. But if you were unable to visit the homes in April make sure to visit online to view a select number of photos reminding you of the beauty found in each home featured. Several of the homes are for sale as well.

The SCHBA would like to thank Sheboygan County, for supporting its events. Details about them, or the association in general can be found on Facebook, YouTube, Linked In, Twitter and Pinterest and Houzz, to provide assistance, ideas and information related to the home construction industry.

The SCHBA is a non-profit and non-partisan trade association which represents the building industry in the Sheboygan County area. The SCHBA develops and offers education for consumers as well as contractors. Establishing business ethics and industry standards, the SCHBA has earned a reputation as a trusted resource for professional construction professionals and an information source for consumers. Consumers enjoy our promotions for housing and housing products, while members take part in our professional and social activities throughout the year. The SCHBA has a long standing tradition of giving back to the community through a variety of philanthropic ventures. To find out more about joining the association, visit our website at www.schba.org, email admin@schba.org or call our office at 920-892-6280.

SCHBA


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