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Home Building Gets Competitive In Lego League

Filed in Home Building by on March 8, 2016 3 Comments
Home Building Gets Competitive In Lego League

By partnering with the state’s chapter of the FIRST Lego League, the New Hampshire HBA is looking to attract future home builders. And they’re snagging them while they’re young.

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Builders’ Auction Raises Money to Help Disabled Veterans

Filed in NAHB Cares by on April 3, 2015 1 Comment
Builders’ Auction Raises Money to Help Disabled Veterans

After raising more than $12,000 in its inaugural Hammers for Veterans Auction last month, the New Hampshire Home Builders Association can now begin purchasing the materials needed for its members to build accessible ramps, remodel living spaces or complete other construction projects in veterans’ homes.

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NHHBA Gives Back to Vets

Filed in NAHB Cares by on November 20, 2014 0 Comments
NHHBA Gives Back to Vets

The statistics are worrying: 10% of New Hampshire’s population are veterans, and an increasing number of them are disabled. To the rescue: the New Hampshire Home Builders Association, which is sponsoring an auction to raise money to buy supplies and equipment so HBA members can make needed repairs and improvements to veterans’ homes.

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Builders Convince Corps to Scuttle New Permit

Builders Convince Corps to Scuttle New Permit

Home builders in New England have been spared the aggravation of yet another regulatory hurdle with the help of NAHB and the New Hampshire Home Builders Association.

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