Visitors to the Parade could gain an entry by registering at each participating builder’s home and giving feedback on the RGVBA’s Parade app.
The Rio Grande Valley Builders Association will again host its annual Fishing Tournament on South Padre Island, Saturday, June 22, for members.
Some of the area’s finest builders presented 31 homes in a variety of sizes and architectural styles throughout the upper #RGV. These were the top winners of the 2019 #ParadeOfHomes competition.
The Rio Grande Valley Builders Association was pleased to present the 2019 Parade of Homes event. This year’s lineup included 31 of some of the Valley’s most beautiful homes built by the Association’s builder members. If you missed the Parade this year you can still view galleries and videos of some of the participants to see the newest trends, popular floorplans, styles, designs, and innovative materials on the market today.
During the last few years, Villanueva Construction has been a serious leader in building high-performance homes. For two years in a row, the company was recognized for building the most homes in the BUILT TO SAVE™ program, a high-performance home program sponsored by Magic Valley Electric Cooperative.
Divine Custom Homes was once again recognized by AEP Texas for building the home with the highest kWh savings from among those entered in its High-Performance Homes Program for 2018. The award is not new to Olga Treviño, the company’s builder/owner, having received it last year, as well.
Magic Valley Electric Cooperative and BUILT TO SAVE™ are proud to present Villanueva Construction with the award for building the highest number of BUILT TO SAVE™ certified homes in 2018.
Waldo Homes invites you to visit their newest model located at Canton Village, 2802 Esmeralda St. in Edinburg for a personal tour of this showcase home.
The Rio Grande Valley’s only 100% ENERGY STAR® Partner that includes airPlus, BUILT TO SAVE™, and GreenBuilt RGV certifications on every home they build.
The 2018 High Performance Home Workshop was held on Thursday, Oct 25th, at the United Way of South Texas facility in McAllen. Builders attending the workshop learned new strategies for differentiating themselves from those building to minimum code, and, more importantly, how energy efficient certifications provide the utmost in value for homebuyers: compliance with state code law, utility savings, homes that are healthier and more comfortable, reduced cost of home ownership in the long term, and future selling advantages with higher resale values.
Donating time, money, or goods after a disaster is a natural human reaction. Seeing families struggle, especially those in your own community, creates a desire to help them. Matt’s Building Materials has launched a program that will assist qualified individuals by providing discounts on products that will help restore homes that were affected during this past Summer’s flooding.
While the Coastal Bend area sent some of its building professionals to serve as judges for the Rio Grande Valley Builders Association’s Parade of Homes, the Rio Grande Valley reciprocated by sending a group of its professionals to judge the Parade in Corpus Christi and surrounding Coastal Bend area.