Master Builders Association of Pierce County
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We are an association of trusted and knowledgeable members who support the advancement of the building industry to best serve the interests of the local community. Becoming a member will increase business opportunities and relationships. Being a member of Master Builders Pierce County gives you buying advantages with discounted rates on products and services. You will achieve greater credibility and have the opportunity to enhance skills and knowledge.
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Last spring when leaving her aunt’s house, Chansorya saw a Habitat for Humanity vehicle parked near a house under construction at Fern Hill. Recognizing immediately that Habitat homes were being built there, she and Kevin decided to take a chance and apply. Kevin grew up in a Habitat home. Before...
It has been a while since we have had an update on our Habitat for Humanity home, but we are finally able to share some significant news with you: after permit and weather delays, we are finally able raise the first wall of the home on Wednesday, January 12th from 8:30 am - 12 pm! The staff at...
The following is an update from Puget Sound Energy for Master Builders members. Please be advised of the reduction to allowances for extending Puget Sound Energy natural gas lines, effective January 1st, 2022. As was conveyed in last month’s Master Builders meetings, the Washington Utilities and...