SAHBA Remodelers Council

Addresses issues of interest to remodelers, liaisons with NAHB Remodelers.
Download the 2016 Remodelers Directory.

Congrats 2nd Annual Remodelers Council Appreciation Awards Winners!

From Left to Right:

Trailblazer Award – Katharine Kent, Solar Store

Sky Award – Jim Beard, Family Air

Patron Award – Lisa Walling, Re-Bath

Mission of SAHBA Remodelers Council

To raise the quality and performance of the remodeling industry in Southern Arizona, while simultaneously raising the awareness of Remodeling, and the Council, in our community.

About the Council

The SAHBA Remodelers Council is officially affiliated with National Association of Home Builders’ Remodelers. As the recognized authority in the professional remodeling industry, NAHB Remodelers and the SAHBA Remodelers Council promote the opportunity for safe and decent housing through preservation and improvement of the existing housing stock.

Remodelers join the NAHB Remodelers to improve their business management skills, to network with peers, to perform community service and to work for the betterment of the industry.

Each SAHBA Remodelers Council member pays dues to belong to the Council. These dues go toward efforts to foster and develop remodeling professionalism in Southern Arizona by providing information, networking and consumer education.

CHAIRMAN: Val Romero, Arizona Grill & Hearth

VICE CHAIR: Heidi Yribar, Prime Lending

Remodelers Spotlight Member of the Month

Tucson Rolling Shutters
Retractable products to enhance your lifestyle

Tucson Rolling Shutters, Inc. manufactures the finest retractable products to improve the security, energy efficiency, comfort, and privacy of your home or business. We sell and install retractable products all around southern Arizona. We also manufacture and ship top quality finished products to dealers all across North America.

We Offer Solutions
Tucson Rolling Shutters, Inc. carries a wide variety of products to enhance your lifestyle. Tucson Rolling Shutters, The Solution ScreenSolution Xtreme and Tucson Interior Screens and Shades, each have different attributes to solve various concerns. Learn more about how our products can help you. We manufacture the solution!

Chris Trafton, Vice President, SAHBA Remodelers Council Member

Tips For Hiring A Remodeler

1. Collect names of remodeling companies.
Start by searching the SAHBA Remodelers Council Directory for qualified remodelers to find a match for your project.
2. Discuss your project with a couple of remodelers.
Call a few remodelers from your list to discuss your project. Describe what you envision and ask the remodeler if they can provide background information on their expertise.
3. Ask if the remodeler has general liability insurance.
Ask important questions to help ensure you hire the best professional. Does the remodeler have a license? Do they have general liability insurance in case of an accident on the job? Do they guarantee their work? How do they handle any problems that may arise on the project?
4. Check the references and background of the remodeler.
Be sure to conduct some background research by checking with the Better Business Bureau, talking to their references, and asking if they are a trade association member (such as SAHBA Remodelers). Remodelers with these qualities tend to be more reliable, better educated, and more likely to stay on top of construction and design trends.
5. Don’t fall for the lowest bidder.
Many people may be lured by the lowest price thinking that they have found a great deal. These bids may be more costly in the end if the contractor is cutting corners. Often times, the lowest price may not ultimately provide the best value for your home remodel.

Giving Back

Neighbors and volunteers including members of the Southern Arizona Home Builders Association (SAHBA) Remodelers Council participated in Habitat for Humanity Tucson’s A Brush with Kindness community service project In conjunction with May National Home Remodeling Month.

Habitat for Humanity Tucson - SAHBA Remodelers
In Photo Left to Right:
David Godlewski, Julie Olauson, Laura Godlewski, Mary Wallace, Steve Wallace, Lisa Walling, Jeff Walling, Ryan McDaniel, Francisco Castro, and Andy Miller.