Hiring Construction Professionals for your Home

Have you ever wondered where to start when looking for construction help on your home?

By: Stephanie Vaughn

Here's some advice on where to begin: orlando-hba

Homeowners can all relate to the daunting task of the big house project.  Whether it is painting, new flooring, upgraded closet systems, more insulation, or landscaping it requires budgeting, time management and most importantly: a trusted subcontractor.  Some homeowners prefer to do such jobs on their own, but what about large additions, remodeling, renovations, an outdoor kitchen, or a pool?  Even more daunting of a task is finding the right company to do the job.  Of course, we rely on referrals from friends, we see and hear advertisements all day, but there is a better way.  Look no further than your local Home Builders Association (HBA).  Explore the Orlando area construction industry professionals at www.HBAofMetroOrlando.com. The impressive list of builders, construction professionals and services cover every scope of work in the building industry.   Check out the National Association of Home Builders website here to find your local HBA.

Here in Central Florida, there are several HBA that are dedicated by counties.  The HBA of Metro Orlando spans the areas of Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties.  The HBA is made up of qualified builders and subcontractors who work in the area and beyond.  These are local professionals who are current with licensing standards, OSHA practices, and have a vested interest in the community.  Each HBA is active in local, state and national legislations to maintain the integrity of the building industry.  Members benefit throughout the year from the educational opportunities offered by the HBA to maintain license and expand their knowledge of the ever evolving building industry.  You only want to hire a professional who stays current with building codes, technology, and products.


For most, the home is the biggest investment they have.   Trust your home to the building and subcontracting professionals that are associated with a local Home Builder’s Association.  And, if you are currently a builder or sub-contractor who is not a member, join today!  There are several incentives to becoming a new member.  Contact me, Stephanie, “the Insulation Gal” at 407-488-3481, s1vaughn@embarqmail.com for details on becoming an HBA member.  

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About Adams Homes

Founded in 1991 by Wayne Adams, Adams Homes started serving homebuyers in Pensacola, Florida. Throughout the 1990's and early 2000's, Adams Homes grew its business into markets throughout Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi. Since 2005, Adams Homes has expanded into markets in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee with corporate headquarters located in Gulf Breeze, Florida.  

As one of the largest privately-held new home builders, Adams Homes has built more than 35,000 new homes since its inception in 1991.  Adams Homes caters to first-time buyers, move-up buyers and empty nesters in more than 100 communities.  With a portfolio of home designs featuring both concrete block/stucco exteriors as well as all brick homes, Adams Homes has a selection available for nearly every budget.   

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