Recent Marshall Fire Resource Blog Posts
Insurance Companies Agree to Extend ALE Coverage for Marshall Fire Survivors
NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release: January 9, 2023 MEDIA CONTACT Vincent Plymell P: 303-910-9614 email@example.com doi.colorado.gov Consumer Advisory: Insurance Companies Agree to Extend ALE Coverage for Marshall Fire Survivors These homeowners will now get up to 24 months of coverage. DENVER – Responding to the Dec. 11 request from the Colorado Division of Insurance regarding…
Home Builders Association’s Ted Leighty talks about Marshall Fire rebuilding
LOUISVILLE, CO: The Home Builders Association (HBA) of Metro Denver’s CEO, Ted Leighty talks about the HBA’s Marshall Fire rebuilding efforts on the one-year anniversary of the Marshall Fire. https://www.spreaker.com/episode/52314261
HBA of Metro Denver, Members Committed to Supporting Residents and Local Businesses Still Rebuilding from Marshall Fire
The Home Builders Association of Metro Denver released the following statement on the one-year anniversary of the Marshall Fire: “On the one-year anniversary of the Marshall Fire, the members and staff of the Home Builders Association of Metro Denver would like to share our heartfelt appreciation for all the residents, local businesses, first responders, public…
Join the Rebuild Effort – Marshall Fire Task Force
Dear Builder Members of the Metro Denver HBA: We are quickly approaching the one-year anniversary of the tragic Marshall Fire during which Louisville, Superior and Boulder County lost over 1000 homes. Your Metro Denver HBA immediately formed a Task Force to coordinate and facilitate bringing the immense expertise and energy of our membership to bear…
Marshall Fire Vendor Discount Programs
The HBA of Metro Denver’s Marshall Fire Task Force has been working with HBA Members to compile a list of opportunities for savings to help Fire Families rebuild. Below is the current list of those offerings, and the list will be updated as new savings programs become available.
Marshall Fire Task Force moving into next phase of rebuild work
The HBA’s Marshall Fire Task Force has been meeting regularly since February to work through many of the challenges presented by the rebuild efforts getting underway in Boulder County, Louisville and Superior. The Task Force is chaired by Steve Erickson, principal of a Louisville-based homebuilder, and Robert August (firstname.lastname@example.org), a Denver-based consultant and builder, and…
Boulder County Residential Construction Costs
February 25, 2022 As a result of the tragic Marshall Fire that took place in December of 2021, the Home Builders Association of Metro Denver launched its Marshall Fire Rebuilding Task Force to provide reputable information to the public about rebuilding, identify ways that the HBA and its members can help expedite rebuilding, and offer…
Video PSA: Tips to homeowners on how to rebuild and repair homes after the Marshall Fire.
Video PSA: Advice to fire victims on how to rebuild and repair homes after the Marshall Fire.
Marshall Fire Rebuilding Task Force Featured on KDVR Fox31
Home Builders Association creates a community outreach for Marshall Fire victims Hundreds of families from the Marshall Fire will soon begin the process of rebuilding, so the Home Builders Association of Metro Denver, a formation of the building industry created a Marshall Fire Rebuilding Task Force. The HBA also launched a web site and a series…
Home Builders Association of Metro Denver Launches Task Force to help fire victims, Creates PSAs for Members to Share
The HBA’s Marshall Fire Task Force recently began its regular meetings to help coordinate our industry’s sustained involvement with the rebuilding process over the coming years. The Task Force-chaired by Steve Erickson, a Louisville-based homebuilder, and Robert August, a Denver-based consultant and builder-will focus on providing clear and reputable information to the public about rebuilding,…
HBA launches Marshall Fire PSAs to help consumers avoid contractor issues
The Home Builders Association of Metro Denver has produced a series of PSAs to help provide consumer-protection information for homeowners preparing to rebuild or repair their homes. The PSAs will be available on the HBA’s Marshall Fire resource page. The PSAs include broadcast TV and radio spots, social media videos and graphics, and other tools…
Rebuilding and repairing your home after the Marshall Fire
As the Boulder County community begins recovery after the devastating Marshall Fire, local home builders want residents to be aware of scammers that may pose as legitimate contractors. The Home Builders Association of Metro Denver suggests that residents research contractors to avoid negative experiences and costly mistakes. The following are several tips to remember when…
HBA planning support and industry resources for housing-impacted Boulder County residents
As we begin the New Year, many of us remain in shock over last week’s Marshall Fire and the devastating loses to the residents and small businesses of Boulder County. Seeing that devastation understandably makes us want to help those impacted as quickly as possible. Thankfully, there are many local nonprofits and charities, as well…
Marshall Fire Resources
As the Boulder County community begins the recovery after the devastating effects of the Marshall Fire, the Home Builders Association of Metro Denver will be providing accurate information for the public on rebuilding, finding a builder and/or contractor, and preventing scams and further loss.
Search the most current HBA Members list for builders, contractors, suppliers and other resources that can help in the repair and rebuild process hbadenver.com/list.
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- Conduct business with professionalism, honesty and integrity.
- Participate in continuing education related to the latest homebuilding and management practices.
- Follow sound financial business practices.
- Make good-faith efforts to honor contractual, moral and ethical business commitments.
- Stay current and comply with local, state and federal policies, laws, regulations and other essential information that can affect our businesses and the homebuilding industry.
- Provide housing, related services and products that meet or exceed building codes, safety regulations and environmental standards.
- Provide a warranty that responsibly meets our customers’ needs.
- Avoid unfair advantage over fellow members, whether perceived or actual.
- Transact business fairly and with integrity through a trustworthy relationship with homebuyers and members.
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We will maintain these principles and commitments — and quickly and fairly resolve any disputes that occur. We will be watchful for any conduct that can be interpreted as morally or ethically deceptive toward our customers or fellow members.