Certified Pro, Featured Builder and Industry Advocate
We are proud Members and Participants of:
- The National Association of Home Builders
- The New Mexico Home Builders Association
- The Home Builders Association of Central New Mexico
- The United States Green Builders Council
- The International Code Council
- Build Green New Mexico
To learn more about our Associations, Memberships and Certifications, please see below.
Our Current Certifications Are:
- Certified Green Professional
- Certified Aging in Place Specialist
- Certified Graduate Builder
- We have won multiple Awards and been Featured in numerous Publications.
NAHB is a trade association that helps promote the policies that make housing a national priority. Since 1942, NAHB has been serving its members, the housing industry, and the public at large.
NAHB has a long history in the industry and with serving its members. NAHBs various groups analyze policy issues, work toward improving the housing finance system, and analyze and forecast economic and consumer trends.
NAHB’s builder members construct about 80 percent of the new homes built each year in the United States. Read More
The 20 Clubs are comprised of similar type builders or remodelers from non-competing markets who meet several times a year to share their wisdom and learn from each other ways to improve their operations and increase their bottom lines.
Members share and compare financial information, look for trouble spots, and offer each other advice on how to increase their profit ratios and improve their performance.
The 20 Clubs are a unique networking and educational opportunity designed to help members maximize the benefit of NAHB membership. Read More
Build Green NM is a statewide program for certifying Green Residential Building and is now housed under the Foundation For Building (FFB), a non profit that also support affordable housing and builder education.
Build Green NM is recognized in several local and state codes and at the higher levels of certifications homes may qualify for substantial state tax credits.
The Home Builders Association of Central NM (HBA CNM) has been involved in Green Building practices for well over a dozen years. Read More
The Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS) designation program teaches the technical, business management, and customer service skills essential to competing in the fastest growing segment of the residential remodeling industry: home modifications for the aging-in-place.
Aging-In-Place means remaining in ones home safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of age, income, or ability level.
It means the pleasure of living in a familiar environment throughout ones maturing years, and the ability to enjoy the familiar daily rituals and the special events that enrich all our lives. It means the reassurance of being able to call a house a home for a lifetime. Read More
The National Association of Home Builders’ Certified Green Professional™ designation recognizes builders, remodelers and other industry professionals who incorporate green building principles into homes— without driving up the cost of construction.
Classwork leading to the designation provides a solid background in green building methods, as well as the tools to reach consumers, from the organization leading the charge to provide market-driven green building solutions to the home building industry.
The designation curriculum requires completion of the Green Building for Building Professionals two-day course and either the Business Management for Building Professionals one-day course or having another current NAHB professional designation. Read More
To earn the ENERGY STAR, a home must meet strict guidelines for energy efficiency set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. These homes are at least 15% more energy efficient than homes built to the 2004 International Residential Code (IRC), and include additional energy-saving features that typically make them 20–30% more efficient than standard homes.
And with homebuyers increasingly interested in green building, energy efficiency is the place to start. Thats because the energy used in homes often comes from the burning of fossil fuels at power plants, which contributes to smog, acid rain, and risks of global warming.
So, the less energy used, the less air pollution generated. And the easy way to make sure a new home is energy efficient is to look for the blue ENERGY STAR mark, the government-backed symbol for energy efficiency. Read More
The Home Builders Association of Central New Mexico (HBA of CNM) is the undisputed resource for those involved in all facets of the residential construction, light commercial construction and remodeling industry.
As an organization we represent not only the interests of our members, but also the home-buying public.
Whether it’s building homes for families in need or showcasing the latest in home design, the Home Builders Association of Central New Mexico knows that at the heart of every New Mexican—is their home. Because at the end of the day, the HBA wants to make your house the place you call home. Read More
New Mexico Home Builders Association (NMHBA) is a 2,000+ member trade association that was chartered with the National Association of Home Builders in 1959 to improve conditions in the construction industry, thereby providing the citizens of New Mexico with safe, quality housing.
Homeownership is the cornerstone of family security, stability and prosperity. It strengthens our communities, encourages civic responsibility and provides a solid foundation from which New Mexicans can work to support their families, enhance their communities and achieve their personal goals. Read More
The International Code Council (ICC) is a membership association dedicated to building safety and fire prevention. ICC develops the codes and standards used to construct residential and commercial buildings, including homes and schools.
The International Codes, or I-Codes, published by ICC, provide minimum safeguards for people at home, at school and in the workplace. The I-Codes are a complete set of comprehensive, coordinated building safety and fire prevention codes.
Building codes benefit public safety and support the industry’s need for one set of codes without regional limitations. Read More
USGBC NM is a local non-profit with a mission to transform our built environment through education, collaboration and outreach that promotes environmentally responsible practices that are economically and socially beneficial to the community.
We achieve this mission through the efforts of our members, Board of Directors, committees, and support from our regional and national organizations. Read More