The voice of the residential building community since 1953.
With more than 60 years of experience in the building business, the Simcoe County Home Builders’ Association is here to assist you.
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Build a new house or renovate an existing home
The Simcoe County Home Builders’ Association connects homeowners to qualified and trusted builders & renovators, trade contractors, suppliers and service professionals throughout Simcoe County. We have information and resources to help you choose a professional in the residential building or renovation industry.
Become a better builder, renovator, trade contractor or supplier within the residential construction industry
As a member of the Simcoe County Home Builders’ Association you’ll have many opportunities to get the information you need to manage your business and make valuable contacts with others in the Simcoe County Residential Construction Industry.
We are currently working on a small Custom Executive Estates development involving 10.5 acre lots in East Oro, alongside 2 custom built waterfront homes in Innisfil. We love to build and are so excited to see what this year brings for ANT Homes.
ANT is an acronym for: Aaryn, Norman and Tracy who are members of Wayne’s direct family, representing the family owned and operated business. Wayne is the president and founder of ANT homes.
Three ways to get more people into the trades
By Richard Lyall RESCON If we don’t take action, the construction industry faces a shortage of skilled trades in the not-too-distant future. Over the next decade, the province’s construction industry will need 100,000 workers to …
Population explosion coming to Simcoe County, but what will it look like?
Not including cities of Barrie and Orillia, locations poised to handle most of the growth by 2051 are Alcona, Alliston, Bradford West Gwillimbury, Collingwood, and Penetanguishene/Midland By: Jessica Owen Between now and 2051, the province of …
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From resources and advice to getting more visibility for your business, being a member of the SCHBA has many advantages.
“When I talk to people about joining SCHBA, I always tell them that it is incredibly important to take ownership. As a single company or person, it is very difficult to get noticed or be heard. As part of a strong association, your voice is heard – and actually listened to. SCHBA works hard for it’s members, and I’ve seen first-hand the positive impact it has on your business.”
– Heljar Hansen, Pratt Homes