March 6th – 8th

MCHBA President, Wayne Haddock, of Pinehurst Homes Inc., Committee & Board members, Densel Williams of Integrity Builders of the Sandhills & Ken Bonville of Bonville Construction Co. discuss the upcoming SPRING HOME AND GARDEN EXPO, to be held at THE FAIR BARN in Pinehurst.

mchb2The Moore County Home Builders Association (MCHBA) is pleased to announce that they have filled The Fair Barn in the Village of Pinehurst with exhibits for their 2015 Home & Garden Expo. Exhibitors will cover the entire gambit of the construction, remodeling and supply of the home building industry. The Expo is not just for home builders but offers a wide variety of new concepts and ideas for the Sand hills community. With plenty of parking and convenient hours the Fair Barn offers a wonderful opportunity to stroll through the Barn and see what’s out there and what might be a nice idea for your home. Additionally, there will be an exhibit featuring the 2014 MCHBA Home of the Year / Remodeling Award winners. The fee is nominal, the location is great and we are sure the experience will make the time well-worth it. We encourage all to make the 2015 Moore County Home Builders Association Home & Garden Expo a part of their March 6-8 weekend plans.

Hours for the Expo are: Friday, March 6, Noon-5 PM; Saturday, March 7, 9 AM-5 PM; and Sunday, March 8, 11 AM-5 PM. Admission is a nominal $5.00 for adults, with children 12 and under free. Additional, information, including exhibitors and other participants can be found @ We look forward to celebrating a great new partnership with the Fair Barn and the Village of Pinehurst at the MCHBA 2015 Home & Garden Expo.

Chartered in 1977, and serving the home building industry since 1975, the Moore County Home Builders Association is a non-profit trade association consisting of builder and associate member firms throughout the Sandhills. MCHBA is affiliated with the North Carolina Home Builders Association and the National Association of Home Builders. Through its programs and activities, the association encourages industry professionalism, provides a forum to consolidate industry views, and serves as a proactive advocate for the building industry. They are headquartered at 10022 NC Highway 211 East, Aberdeen, NC, 28315. MCHBA can be found on the web at




Representatives from the Moore County Home Builders Association, The Pinehurst Southern Pines Association of Realtors and Locust Lumber
talk about a joint effort in Moore County that will provide widow Krista Harvel and her two young boys a mortgage free home.,

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Operation Finally Home was founded in 2005 as a non-partisan/non-profit organization with the mission to provide Americans the ability to honor and thank America’s wounded and disabled veterans and the widows of the fallen who have sacrificed to defend our country in the global War on Terror. In doing this it is there way of helping them get their lives back on track and become productive members of their communities.

Guests, JD Cuff of Locust Lumber, Densel Williams – Integrity Builders of the Sandhills, Danny Adams-Daniel Adams Construction and real estate broker Angela Cummings Thompson discuss the many fund raisers going on in our community, and go a long way to personalizing Krista Harvel and her family who will become residents of Moore County this spring through this program. Executive Officer Meredith Sledz, of the Moore County Home Builders Association,, and Exec. Director Paula Nash of the Pinehurst Southern Pines Association of Realtors, , have put their two organizations together to make this dream a reality for Krista Harvel and the memory of her fallen husband, Andrew Harvel.

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Private mortgage banker Lisa Gibbs and builder Densel Williams of Integrity Builders of the Sandhills, LLC discuss the myriad of topics concerning appraisals, underwriting , lending practices, tips for buyers & sellers alike, and both provide a good overview of market conditions in Moore County. Densel Williams speaks in detail about custom built homes and the role of the smaller artisan builder in a market economy driven by larger building groups used to doing more volume in units constructed. His insight provides a lot of good food for thought for would be buyers in our real estate market.


Densel Williams of Integrity Builders of the Sandhills joins Bob Van Houten of BVH Construction, Rodney Swarms of The Plumbing Knight and Mike Smith of Four Seasons Heating and Air to discuss tips for buyers when they are looking at purchasing a new construction home. The discussion also centers on the various types of builders in Moore County and the many different types of offerings available to the consumer. Regulatory constraints, pricing and appraisals are all taken into account in this well rounded conversation.