Your Home Builders Association will host its annual Golf Classic on Thursday, May 4, at The Preserve at Verdae Golf Course. The golf tournament is sponsored by Progress Lighting and Piedmont Natural Gas.
The Golf Classic is Captain’s Choice Format. Shotgun Start begins at 11:30 a.m.. Lunch is provided for each registered player and volunteer. Following the golf tournament, an awards banquet will include dinner sponsored by Clark’s Termite and Pest Control. Don’t miss the chance to win a NEW GM vehicle with a hole-in-one at the designated hole, sponsored by Kevin Whitaker Chevrolet.
May the Fourth be with you on May 4! Team and sponsorship opportunities are available. Reserve your team now. Or contact your HBA office to register.
Volunteers NEEDED: We also will have a need for volunteers. If you would like to participate as a volunteer, please contact the HBA office at 864-254-0133 or email Crystal Yanes.
Join us at Hubbell Lighting (701 Millennium Blvd) on June 9th from 7:30-9 a.m. for our quarterly Builder Breakfast. This time we will have building officials from Greenville County to discuss the new single family permit regulations that became effective in March, along with a few other topics. Please register here to save your spot and complimentary breakfast.
This event is for Builder Members and Builder affiliates only.
As the summer months fade way, so do the longer days and carefree nights spent outdoors. With the darker, cooler nights ahead, it is important to start preparing your exterior spaces now for entertainment that will transcend the seasons. Our friends at Progress Lighting
have some tips to extend your outdoor living experiences while improving your home’s aesthetic.
Illuminate your living spaces
Keep frequently used outdoor areas, such as decks or patios, appropriately lit so that your home remains welcoming. Fixtures that further the unique architectural elements of your home like decorative posts and wall lanterns offer beautiful accents along with their efficiency in keeping your exterior comfortable.
· LED Lights
This type of light is highly energy efficient, meaning that your electricity bill will remain low while the longevity of LED technology keeps your outdoor lights low-maintenance. Improved color temperature options allow these once harsh lights to provide a warm, inviting glow that illuminates outdoor areas with comfort.
· Brighten your pathways
Landscape lights can improve safety and security while also making your yard appear larger. Position lights on alternate sides of a pathway so that they provide even illumination, and avoid shadows from steps or plants.
· Accent lighting techniques
Using unique light fixtures to highlight entryways and stationary pieces can create points of interest and focal points that engage visitors.
· Remember balance and symmetry
In order to best illuminate your outdoors while avoiding an eyesore, remember that lighting should be proportional across the various areas of the property and remain symmetrical. Highlight existing symmetrical components of your home like columns or corresponding bushes with appropriate fixtures to draw the eye evenly.
Attention all HBA of Greenville Builder members, there will be a Builder Breakfast on Wednesday, September 9th starting at 7:30 a.m. at Progress Lighting. This event is sponsored by Progress Lighting and our featured speakers will be the Greenville County Planning Commission.
Don’t miss out on the insider details from this meeting.
Please RSVP by Friday, September 7th, by calling the HBA office at 864-254-0133 or emailing HBA of Greenville
We look forward to seeing you there!