That was the message the Ontario Home Builders' Association and Tarion Warranty Corporation brought to Sudbury during a provincial tour to educate consumers about the provincial home warranty program, and the risks tied to illegal, and unregistered, home builders.
What does OHBA stand for?
OHBA stands for Ontario Home Builders' Association (Canada)
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He is also a former director of Wilfrid Laurier University and has served as president of both the Brantford and the Ontario Home Builders' Associations.
The Ontario Home Builders' Association (OHBA) is lobbying the federal government to reinstate a home renovation tax credit, which it says will protect consumers, while enhancing industry professionalism.
The Ontario Renovators' Council through the Ontario Home Builders' Association is constantly working to improve the image of the renovation industry.
According to Ontario Home Builders' Association statistics, each single family dwelling erected creates the equivalent of 2.