Experience

Ethics

Excellence

Experience

Ethics

Excellence

Promoting home building through professional education, membership communication and civic partnership.

Since 1951, the Home Builders Association of Lincoln (HBAL) has worked to promote the home building and remodeling industries in Lincoln, Nebraska. Since then our membership has grown to almost 600 member companies.

HBAL provides numerous opportunities for its members to build their business through networking events, educational seminars and charitable activities. If you are interested in joining the HBAL, please visit our Membership Benefits page.

HBAL also strives to meet the needs of consumers looking to build or remodel. Our Find a Pro section offers tips on selecting a contractor and a member directory.

2020 YBP Holiday Party

2020 YBP Holiday Party

The Young Building Professionals kicked off the new year with a Holiday Party at While Elm Brewing on Thursday, January 9, 2020. Congratulations to Kristin Sims, Reynolds Design & Remodeling, on...

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Upcoming Events

Jan
22
Wed
11:30 am Remodelers Council January Meeting @ HBAL
Remodelers Council January Meeting @ HBAL
Jan 22 @ 11:30 am
Remodelers Council January Meeting @ HBAL | Lincoln | Nebraska | United States
Reservations Required – please RSVP to info@hbal.org or call 402-423-4225 if you would like to attend. Watch your upcoming Lincoln Business Builder for more information.
Jan
28
Tue
1:00 pm SID 101: Sanitary & Improvement ... @ HBAL
SID 101: Sanitary & Improvement ... @ HBAL
Jan 28 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
SID 101: Sanitary & Improvement District @ HBAL
Sanitary & Improvement Districts 101 If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about Sanitary & Improvement Districts (SID’s) and how they are used to finance developments, plan to attend this informative presentation by Mark Westergard[...]
Jan
31
Fri
8:00 am Fall Protection, Scaffolding & L... @ HBAL
Fall Protection, Scaffolding & L... @ HBAL
Jan 31 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Fall Protection, Scaffolding & Ladders @ HBAL
Falls are the leading cause of occupational fatalities and disabling injuries.  They cost companies millions of dollars each year. Every employer must provide training for each employee who might be exposed to fall hazards. This[...]