Top 10 Reasons


As a member of the PKHBA, you can build a solid network of business contacts and potentially increase your client base by interacting with the diverse group of professionals at member meetings, committee meetings or special events. The PKHBA membership fee includes one free dinner at each of regular dinner meetings.


Representing more than 100 members, the PKHBA serves as an advocate for the industry when issues arise that pertain to residential construction. By lobbying local government, the PKHBA can ensure the industry’s message is effectively communicated.


The PKHBA keeps its members abreast of the latest technical issues that affect the industry, and there is a multitude of educational material available through all three levels of the Association. Conferences/seminars that address specific areas of issue are scheduled each year, such as PKHBA’s Educational Speaker Series and OHBA’s “Building & Renovation Forum”.

“As a builder, renovator, tradesperson, supplier, or service provider, being a member is one of the best business decisions you can make. The potential for networking, furthering your education, and keeping abreast of current affairs is unparalleled. The PKHBA is your voice locally, provincially, and federally to ensure that today’s issues are brought to the attention of all levels of government that have an impact on how you operate your business tomorrow.”                                                              
 Paul Dietrich – Dietrich Homes


PKHBA members receive many opportunities to showcase their companies, products and services through effective marketing tools such as the PKHBA website, the annual membership directory and product demonstration at member meetings. The PKHBA Membership Fee includes a free listing on the website and a free listing in the membership directory.


As a member of the PKHBA, you are recognized by the consumer to be an experienced and reliable professional. Use of the PKHBA logo is available to all members in good standing. PKHBA members also agree to a voluntary “Code of Ethics” which is promoted to the public.


PKHBA’s Bulletin is emailed to members, keeping them up-to-date on current events and issues pertaining to the residential construction industry as well as legislative issues, members’ meetings and special events, among other features and announcements. PKHBA is the first to know when something happens within the industry.


From the Educational Speaker Series to golf tournaments, auctions, awards ceremonies, the PKHBA provides its members with ample opportunity to network with fellow members and take part in the association’s many special events.


Every member has the opportunity to be a part of a committee or be nominated for a Board Director position of the association at the local, provincial and national level. The experience and connections created are invaluable and are reflected in the success of your business.

“My membership has opened up opportunities for our company and myself, as an owner of a small business to grow professionally. The networking, access to professional training in various disciplines, from technical knowledge to business skills development, and current industry information is ongoing. It’s been a steady stream of information and education, allowing myself to grow as a builder and allow our company to stay ahead in an industry that is extremely complex and constantly changing. I would encourage anyone that takes their career seriously to pursue a membership”

Scott Wootton – Kawartha Lakes Construction


There are many financial benefits that members receive in the form of discounts on various products and services. Some of these include discounts on group insurance, vehicle fuel, cell phone plans, office supplies and even home furnishings. Membership has its Rewards!


PKHBA membership includes membership in OHBA, the provincial organization whose primary goal is to positively impact provincial legislative, regulatory and tax policies that affect the industry. It also includes membership to the CHBA, the national body that lobbies the federal government on issues relevant to the homebuilding industry. Few individual companies can make a difference in the system but by working together our members have a respected and powerful voice at all levels of government.