Why Use a PBA Member?
It is often tempting to go with the lowest bidder. But when your purchase involves the largest investment you may ever make - your home - bargain shopping could be a mistake. Doing a little research to find a PBA member is the single best step to ensuring your job is done right.
Members are Professional
When a member joins our federation through their local association, they sign a Code of Ethics agreement. The goal for this is to promote the association standards of high quality work and dependable services provided to you.
Members are Knowledgeable
New and refresher training opportunities occur throughout the state in a range of topics, from Lead-Based Paint or OSHA Safety Guidelines to Digital Marketing. Many of these workshops or webinars are offered through the PBA network of partnerships, with agencies such as JRG Advisors, Builders Digital Experience (BDX) and PA Housing Research Center (PHRC).
Members Value their Community
Many of our local associations have a foundation or volunteer committees that work closely with their communities. Members and locals alike are often seen organizing food drives, assisting in home builds or community construction projects, and working with trade programs at local school districts. Many of our members also hold elected or appointed positions in their hometowns.
Members Collaborate for the Common Good
There are many opportunities to get to know and do business with other members. Members can join numerous committees and task forces at the local, state, and national levels. Also, by attending association events, members can create valuable networking connections with other members in their immediate area and across the country.
Members are Easy to Find
No matter what you're looking for, we can help. Contact your nearest local association to find a member in your area by going to our Find a Local page.