SABA Members

SABA Membership List July 2019 (pdf)

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Developers

SABA Developers buy land, finance real estate deals, build or have builders build projects, create, imagine, control, and orchestrate the process of development from the beginning to end. 

Builder/Renovator

SABA Builder/Renovators coordinate the construction of homes and buildings.   They hire skilled tradespeople and manage the overall quality control and quality assurance.   Builder/Renovators are licensed with Tarion Warranty Program.

Professionals

Professionals design and create homes and buildings and design land servicing.  They can be professional planners, engineers, architects, architectural end engineering technologists.   In Ontario, anyone wishing to provide design services to the public must carry a Building Code Identification Number (BCIN) and professional liability insurance at a minimum or belong to a licensing body.  

Suppliers

Construction relies on a sophisticated supply chain.   Suppliers of building materials are critical to the success of any project.  Suppliers provide everything from sand and gravel right through to roof shingles and plumbing fixtures. 

RenoMark

RenoMark identifies professional contractors who have agreed to abide by a renovation-specific Code of Conduct. The Renovators Mark of Excellence makes it easy for homeowners to identify participating professional renovators who have agreed to provide a superior level of service.  

Finance and Insurance

Financial partners are needed every step of the way, from financing start-up builders, to renovators to developers.  Not only do they assist builders they provide mortgages and insurance for home owners and commercial building owners and tenants.

Service

SABA service members support builders and renovators and the public.     They can include trades that service equipment, or support the overall well being of your home and business. 

Trade Contractors

Specialized SABA trade members perform the work on-site to build your home or business.   Skilled trades are the backbone to the supply chain that take products and materials and turn them into a built product.