Welcome to the Snake River Valley Building Contractors Association

The Snake River Valley BCA is a non-profit organization comprised of members from Canyon, Gem, Payette and Owyhee counties. All builders, sub-contractors, suppliers and other professionals associated with the residential building industry are eligible for membership in the Snake River Valley Building Contractors Association.

The association provides its members and the community with services that help with the development of the building business as a whole.

Snake River Valley BCA Updates













Lowe’s ProServices NAHB Member Discounts Continue


SPIKE CLUB PARTY TRAILER – The Spike Club Party Trailer is a great add on to your party planning.  We have made it simple for you to rent a party on the go!  Equipped with the following necessities for having a party.  Some items are extra but you can learn more about our Party Trailer by calling the SRVBCA.

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Includes: 6′ Gas Grill, (48) folding chairs, (2) 10′ x 10′ folding canopies with attachable sides and back, (8) 6′ folding tables, garbage can, detachable grill, kegerator, propane tank, adjustable hitch, beverage tub, cooler, extension cord, cleaning supplies, cord adapter, electrical outlet, CO2, mini fridge, lots of counter space, BBQ cooking tools & outside lights. 

Sponsors are: A-1 Heating & Air Conditioning, Action Garage Door, Coltrin Central Vacuum Systems, Commercial Tire, First Federal Bank, G & G Insulation, Hayden Homes, Hunter Homes, Intermountain West Homes, Kinzler Builders, Mountain West Bank, Nextitle, Overhead Door Company, Page’s Windows & More, LLC., Precision Builders, Silverhawk Realty, Solid Rock Homes & Tamarack Construction.



IBCA Updates

IBCA Membership Services:

The Idaho Building Contractors Association (IBCA) through its services and advocacy victories reduced the cost to the buyers of new construction roughly $11,160 per house start in 2013-2014. (Numbers average to a 2,200 square foot home on an 8,000 square foot lot.)

  • Negotiated keeping fire sprinklers from being mandated in single family residences and duplexes.  Cost reduced on new construction (single family) an estimated $5,500 at $2.50 per square foot.
  • Building Code Changes (Residential, Energy, Electrical and Radon): Cost reduced on new construction an estimated $4,100 per single family residence.
  • Arc Fault: Cost reduced on new construction an estimated $1,560 per single family residence.

**The National Association of Home Builders calculated for every $1,000 increase in a new home price, 500 home buyers are priced out of the market.  8,000 potential buyers remain in the market because of this savings of twelve thousand dollars.

2016 End of Session Report  


2016 Fall Board Meetings: (Oct. 12th – Oct. 14th in McCall, ID)


Fall Board Registration 16



SRVBCA proudly supports and contributes to:

To donate please call 208-463-0222. They can schedule a pick-up. All items and voluntary time is accepted. Donations are tax deductible.

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