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HBA Rebates provide much-needed relief

October 24, 2022

Is your business struggling with historic inflation and increasing gas prices? HBA Rebates can bring your company much-needed relief during these uncertain economic times. In 2021, participating Washington builders and remodelers received an average rebate of $1,582.20 on products they would have purchased anyway.

Since 2002, HBA Rebates has grown to serve members of 44 state homebuilding associations and over 600 local HBAs, offering rebates from more than 50 participating manufacturers.

Participate in three easy steps

Signing up to participate in the program is as easy as 1-2-3.

  1. Visit and register for the program.
  2. Check out the calendar to see when you submit your claim. You can even set reminders for your calendar or sign up for texts.
  3. Once a quarter, submit a claim form if you have any completed residential addresses that used any participating manufacturers.

No receipts necessary

You don’t need to track receipts to process the rebates, as HBA Rebates uses the addresses of your builds and manufacturer salespersons to verify the information through their distribution. This keeps the paperwork to a minimum and saves you time.

Builder and remodeler members may submit their claim for residential jobs completed between July and September 2022. The Q3-2022 claim deadline is Friday, Dec. 2, 2022.

HBA rebates offset business expenses

One of the ways many participants use the extra income from HBA rebates is to offset business expenses, such as health insurance costs for employees.

Bob Disney at Disney & Associates, Inc. says, “I can’t see a downside to this rebate program,” he said. “It doesn’t take much to benefit the bottom line so I can incentivize and grow employee compensation.”

Another BIAW builder member, Matt Willard of Town & Country Homes, uses his rebate to cover the cost of his annual HBA dues—and more. According to the HBA Rebates website, more than 70% of those participating in the program paid for their HBA membership out of their rebates alone.


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