UPPER YELLOWSTONE BUILDERS ASSOCIATION

Established in 1998 by experienced builders in Park County, the Upper Yellowstone Builders Association is a non-profit organization affiliated with the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and is committed to representing our membership and the betterment of our industry and the educucation of the public we serve. Every member of the UYBA is proud of their excellend reputation here, established over the years. Association memebers recommend that contstruction should meet or exceed International Building Codes (IBC) and mechanical codes. Even in urural areas ousdide the jurisdiction of such codes. The Upper Yellowstone Builders Association welcomes all inquiries about becoming a member.

HOMES

homes

Whether building your dream home, an addition or just remodeling, you want the best contractor available. Your builder should be one whom you can trust, so your project's end-result will be everything you envision.

LAND

garden

Nothing completes a home like a perfect yard. Our local landscapers are experienced in the best types of vegation and resources from local areas that can make your property more aesthetic pleasing for you and your family.

UTILITIES

interior

What's a home without water, electricity or even a septic/sewer system? We have members that are highly qualified to assist you in obtaining the latest, up-to-code utilities for your property. Give them a call!

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Phone: 406-222-2500

Email: info@uyba.org

current activities

With Spring and warmer weather and longer days comes the industrious time to build, remodel or improve anything on your property. If they haven't done it yet, soon, our members are dusting off their gear and tuning up the equipment and tools and are ready and willing to help you with your project. Give us a call at 406-222-2500 for referrals or check our members listing on the appropriate tabbed pages on this site.

There are great Home and Garden shows statewide. Several has occured earlier this year in February, but don't worry. Here are a couple more listings we found: