MSHBA Consumer Information
How to Plan for a Kitchen Remodel
Kitchens are not only for cooking, it is a popular place in your home where you spend time with friends and family. If your kitchen is dated or no longer fits your lifestyle, you may want to consider remodeling.
Do You Know How to Make Your Home More Livable?
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a resounding effect on the way people live — not only in how they interact with those around them, but potentially in how they view their homes as well. More time at home may be changing the way individuals think about their overall home performance.
How to Design Your Home Office for Productivity
In a connected world, working outside a traditional office is now a viable option for employees across the country. If you work from a home office, it is important to create a separate space for productivity with minimal distraction.
Outdoor Living Design Ideas
With more time spent at home this year, getting some fresh air and spending time outside the home is growing in popularity. With more time spent at home this year, getting some fresh air and spending time outside the home is growing in popularity.
Preventative Fall Maintenance Tips for Your Home
With more time spent at home this year, taking on a few preventative home maintenance projects will not only keep your family living space comfortable; it will help safeguard your home investment. Here are a few areas of your home to pay special attention to in the next couple of months.
2020 Jerry Arenz Memorial Trap Shoot
Jerry Arenz was a strong supporter and past chairperson of the Trap Shoot. It is with honor that we dedicate the shoot to his name! The shoot will be held Thursday, August 13, 2020 at the Winnebago Eastshore Conservation Club, Stockbridge and is open to the public.
Join MSHBA - Get the Member Advantage
When you join MSHBA, you will have access to an extensive list of benefits that will help you improve your business and professionalism.
MSHBA Member Receives Badger Crafsman Award
New Holstein’s Christel & Heiberger Builders Inc. Wows Wisconsin Builders Association Judges
The checklist below contains features you may want to consider for your next new construction or renovation project. It also gives you a quick reference for various aging-in-place issues.
Right to Cure Brochure
2005 Wis. Act 201, the “Right to Cure Law,” says that consumers at the time of contracting for construction or remodeling work for dwellings must be provided with this brochure describing requirements for making any future claims of construction defects.
Checklist for Finding and Hiring a Builder or Remodeler
Doing your homework will help you have a more successful experience. Use this checklist to help you select a home builder or home remodeler to work on or build your home.
State Certifications for Contractors
Construction businesses working in Wisconsin under the following State Codes need a contractor credential issued by the state Department of Safety & Professional Development.