Associations & Memberships

Westerra Homes is proud to be part of the following Associations.  While some might think it’s crazy to join of an organization like NPBA, NAHB, BIAW and Built Green of Clallam County, which are filled with our competitors, we have built lasting friendships and celebrate each others successes.  If you are a builder along the Olympic Peninsula, we encourage you to join today!

npba-logo-finalThe NPBA represents builders and associates of the building industry. We advocate constant improvement of building and business practices in our community.

Westerra HomesNational Association of Home Builders serves the entire home building, development and remodeling industry.  Important to note: to become a member of NAHB, you must join the local home builders association (HBA) serving your area.

Sequim Home BuilderThe Building Industry Association of Washington is the voice of the housing industry in the state of Washington. The association is dedicated to ensuring and enhancing the vitality of the building industry for the benefit of its members and the housing needs of the citizens.

Westerra HomesPresently, there are 45 builders and businesses enrolled in Built Green® of Clallam County. These businesses support us in our mission to educate the construction trades & the public, alike, in the latest sustainable building techniques and materials.

Built Green Checklists provide a menu of green building choices, that can be adapted to any budget.

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Westerra HomesWashington State Department of Labor & Industries is a diverse state agency dedicated to the safety, health and security of Washington’s 2.5 million workers. We help employers meet safety and health standards and we inspect workplaces when alerted to hazards. As administrators of the state’s workers’ compensation system, we are similar to a large insurance company, providing medical and limited wage-replacement coverage to workers who suffer job-related injuries and illness. Our rules and enforcement programs also help ensure workers are paid what they are owed, that children’s and teens’ work hours are limited, and that consumers are protected from unsound building practices.