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Supporting Our Membership Through Up-to-Date Resources and Information
Gallivan, White, & Boyd Legal Hotline
The Gallivan, White, & Boyd Legal Hotline offers direct access to a qualified attorney who can provide information on construction, real estate law and related matters.
Our Job Board is a free service for Home Builders Association of Greenville members, spotlighting Upstate job openings in the home building industry.
The Home Builders Association is affiliated with national and state associations that effectively serve the interests of the home building industry throughout the country.
The Home Builders Association of Greenville understands that day-to-day involvement in public policy best represents our members and the home building industry in the Upstate.
Connect housing with Government and take action on current and ongoing issues. Send letters to Members of Congress and encourage others to do so as well. Messages like these really do make a difference.
Additional Resources for Home Builders and Land Developers
The Home Builders Association of Greenville also has developed the following list of resources for Home Builders and land developers.
South Carolina Building Energy Standard Act/Energy Efficiency Standards for One- and Two-Family Dwellings
SC Workers Comp Commission Lapse In Insurance Notification Guide
The South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Commission and the Home Builders Association of South Carolina offers the ability to verify coverage of an employer and to register and receive notification of workers compensation policies that have been canceled mid-term. This service allows HBA members to realize savings in their Workers Compensation policies.
Lead Paint Resources
The Environmental Protection Agency is conducting inspections on all types of contractors (remodelers, window replacement firms, HVAC installers, insulation installers, etc.) working in both owner-occupied and rental housing built before 1978. EPA inspectors are verifying that contractors are complying with both the Pre-Renovation Disclosure Rule and the Lead: Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule. Contractors must maintain records demonstrating compliance for three years. To learn more about the requirements of the rule, visit NAHB.