Industry Affiliations




The 20 Clubs are a unique networking and educational opportunity designed to help members maximize the benefit of NAHB membership. Comprised of similar type builders or remodelers from non-competing markets, members meet several times a year to share their wisdom and learn from each other ways to improve their operations. Members share and compare financial information, look for trouble spots, and offer each other advice on how to improve their performance.
The National Association of Home Builders is a federation of more than 800 state and local builders associations throughout the United States. The mission of this Washington DC-based trade association is to enhance the climate for housing and the building industry, and to promote policies that will keep housing a national priority. Chief among NAHB's goals is providing and expanding opportunities for all consumers to have safe, decent and affordable housing.


The Florida Home Builders Association is a 17,000 corporate-member professional and trade association representing the residential construction industry in Florida.FHBA members and their 300,000 employees produce more than a $40 billion annual impact on Florida's economy. Established in 1947, FHBA's cornerstone is its governmental affairs, political action and legal defense programs designed to promote and protect home ownership opportunities in Florida.
The Home Builders Association Metro Orlando is a trade organization whose members are bound by a Code of Ethics for the purpose of providing a favorable environment in which the home building industry can operate in Orange, Seminole and Osceola counties. It offers programs of information, training, and education to all construction professionals. A non-profit organization, the HBA Metro Orlando was chartered by the NAHB in 1953 and is one of the oldest trade associations in the Orlando area.
The Remodelors Council(TM) is an affiliation of the National Association of Home Builders and the recognized advocate for the professional remodeling industry. The Council provides education, certification and information to assist members in all aspects of their business and to improve and promote professionalism within the remodeling industry. Membership in the NAHB Remodelors(TM) Council reflects a remodeler's commitment to responsible business practices, quality construction, and reliable customer service.

In 1998, Remodeling magazine, one of the industry's leading publications, named PSG Construction one of the top 50 remodeling companies in the nation. Described by the magazine's Editor-in-Chief Paul Deffenbaugh as an award given to remodelers who "exemplify the highest standards in the industry," the Big 50 Award attempts to distinguish remodelers "from other quality competition." Judges look for what is described as "shining examples" in the remodeling industry.

Certified Graduate Remodelor(TM) (CGR) is an exclusive professional designation. The CGR Board of Governors operates the program under the auspices of the Remodelors(TM) Council of the Nation Association of Home Builders. The program confers CGR credentials on those in the remodeling field who meet its prescribed standards of business experience and practices and who complete the program's educational requirements. CGR is designed to increase remodelers' professional credibility by identifying those who demonstrate exceptional business integrity, competence and a solid track record of consumer satisfaction. Through its continuing education requirements, the CGR program improves a remodeler's business expertise.