Membership with Lewis & Clark Home Builders

Membership in your local Home Builders Association allows you and your business to stand out within the building industry. Consumers are able to see and have confidence that your business is legitimate and often times involved in the latest products, technology and legislative issues allowing you to provide them the best in the building industry.

As a local chapter in the state of South Dakota, the Lewis & Clark Home Builders Association covers a 5 county area in the southeast corner of the state. As members of the South Dakota Home Builders Association and the National Home Builders Association, Lewis & Clark Home Builders Association is able to tap into resources and benefits that will help you navigate the building industry.

We encourage you to take a look at our Membership Benefits and invest in your business today. Your investment will help you give consumers what they are looking for while providing your business the advantages of being part of a larger group.

Types of Memberships

There are 3 different membership types that a business falls into and each type of member gives to the building industry in its own unique way!

Apply for membership today to give you and your business the best for your investment.

Builder Members are the heart and soul of the home builders association. They are directly involved in building homes. They include small-volume builders, production builders, light commercial builders and remodelers.

Take a look at the "Top 10 Reasons" why members should do business with Associate Members!


Associate Members provide products or services to home builders. They sell lumber, windows, appliances, financing and so forth. Homes are often not complete without the help of an Associate Member.

Take a look at the "Top 10 Reasons" why members should do business with Associate Members!


Affiliate Members are employees of Builder and Associate members, enabling more industry professionals to reap the rewards of NAHB membership at a fraction of the cost of full membership.