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Letter from the Parade of Homes Chair

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Parade of Homes 2021 Sponsors

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Letter from the HBASC President

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Parade of Homes 2019 Winners

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Homes Under the Stars

Parade of Homes Poker 2021 PA R A D E O F H OM ES COM M I T T E E

LILY WISSING LEIGHA NATZKE MICHELLE FEATHERINGILL KELLY BULKLEY JAMIE OPALENIK SHERIE BROWN MARISA BATES KATIE BISOGNO JODIE LYN ROBERTSON

Rule of Three Design - Committee Chair Aspen Design Studio- Past Chair Event Manager The Durango Herald The Durango Herald Skywalker Construction Rule of Three Design Bisogno Design Jodie Lyn Interiors

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LEIGHA NATZKE ADAM HIRSHBERG AARON HOBART JOHN LOPEZ RYAN SIGGINS

DIRECTORS

LILY WISSING SAM JONES RUSS SMITH BOB SMITH

Aspen Design Studio - HBASC President Studs Lumber - HBASC Vice President Hobiecat - Secretary Frederick Zink and Associates - Treasurer Durango Wood Company - Past President Rule of Three Design Veritas Fine Homes Twin Buttes Buena Vista Builders

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REBEKAH DELAMARE ALI JACOBS KEELIN SAVAGE TAYLOR GRETZ

HBASC Executive Officer HBASC Executive Assistant HBASC Marketing Support HBASC Videographer


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Parade of Homes Poker Prizes

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Trades in Training

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Making it Work – Home Offices in High Demand

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Building Southwest Colorado – Supporting our Community

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THANK YOU VOLUNTEERS

We are so grateful for our amazing 2021 Parade of Homes Committee members, and the companies that support their involvement. New challenges became new inspiration and we’re proud to present this year’s parade!

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Designer’s Note

ideas and trends, create an environment that facilitates collaboration and networking among old and new members alike and to spotlight our region’s amazing builders. Each year, we continue to bring you a variety of housing styles, locations and price ranges. This year, we offer 11 brand new homes in seven neighborhoods. Over 18 years, the Parade has proven to be a tremendous benefit to our community. The construction, architecture, real estate, design and hospitality industries all share in the success of this event. And through meeting our trusted partners and viewing available properties set among these breathtaking landscapes, many have found themselves no longer visitors, but residents of Southwest Colorado. Growing up with two parents who work as contractors in our community I developed a unique perspective on home building, as I observed the process from the pouring of concrete to the final brush stroke. What I learned from being on the job-site at 6-years-old is still true today: the primary objective in our profession is to create a space that feels like home. Through my

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multipurpose adaptations to their homes prior to the pandemic, due to the high cost of living in our mountain paradise and years of low inventory, even more people are now living and working in shared spaces. The demand for homes that accommodate our versatile lifestyles has generated an exciting new arena for creativity and ingenuity in home design. As a local designer, I am invigorated by the fresh ideas that have, in part, sprung from the many challenges we

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or remodel can create options for added space, creative floor plans, modern features, sustainability and energy efficiency. Parade of Homes attracts people thinking about moving to the area, or who want to discover fresh trends to incorporate into their remodel or build. The goal of HBASC’s Parade of Homes is to share new

design work in the U.S. and travels abroad, I’ve had the good fortune to collaborate with builders and specialty subcontractors from all walks of life. Right here in Durango, the innovation and skill I have witnessed is second to none. Our partners here truly have an emotional connection to the homes they are building, and their main goal is to provide the clients with a space that feels like home – a home where we can comfortably enjoy our families, work (when needed), access the adventures and people that drew us to this precious community and celebrate our lives together. Thank you for supporting the HBASC during this year’s Parade of Homes, as our professionals in design and construction and architects showcase their passion and talent through these spectacular homes. Come to look, leave inspired!

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Welcome to the 2021 Parade of Homes! It’s such a

If you are seeking ways to get out and see different

pleasure for the Home Builders Association of Southwest

walls than your own, the Parade of Homes is just the ticket.

Colorado to bring this event to you. We have so much

It’s local, it’s loads of fun, and it gives you the chance to

to celebrate!

enjoy some creative ideas and astonishing craftsmanship

The most obvious reason to cheer is we’re still here.

without having to travel far.

As a community and an industry, we have almost made it

Invite your friends and families from elsewhere to join

through the worst health crisis in a century. At the point

in! We’re ready to welcome everyone. Yes, the past many

of writing this, the pandemic is not quite behind us, but

months have brought new challenges, but the HBASC is full

new days are coming. Hope is in the air and we are full of

of innovators. We look forward to having you with us in a

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safe, joyful celebration.

I’d like to take a moment to acknowledge that many of us have shouldered very difficult times recently. To those who suffered through the virus yourself or with loved ones, my heart goes out to you. There are few words I can say to ease the journey you’ve been through. To those of

Leigha Natzke HBASC President Aspen Design Studio

you who temporarily misplaced your positive outlook, lost your temper with your partner or children, or otherwise coped in less than productive ways, you’re not alone. We have all been tested. As if living through the pandemic were not enough, our industry was turned upside down, too. The cost of lumber went through the roof and trickled down to every facet of our work. Prices of other building materials changed with blinding speed. Supply chain issues impacted us, causing extended lead times on many products we count on. Coupled with these challenges is the boom of folks moving to La Plata and Archuleta counties. Our labor force still struggles to keep up. We are all doing our best to keep going within this—OK, I’ll say it—new normal. But if any industry can be counted on to keep moving forward, it’s ours. We have the grit and tenacity to press on through all the changes we’re experiencing, both good and challenging. We take pride in our work and we show up for each other. Though we may not agree on every issue that faces us, we’re builders. We’re the cornerstone of our towns, and we have each other’s backs. I feel fortunate to be part of such a vital segment of society. All we accomplish, no matter what comes our way, is worth celebrating.

to be stellar. We are presenting gorgeous homes for you to explore and we are excited to showcase our work for you.

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And now it’s time for the Parade of Homes! It’s the biggest fundraiser for the HBASC, and this year it’s going

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SPONSORS

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WINNERS

CERWIN HOMES

PEOPLE’S CHOICE: Overall Winner 2019 Over $2,000,000 Best in Class

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KOGAN BUILDERS, INC

JURIED SELECTION: Overall Winner 2019 $950,000 - $1,500,000 Best in Class

2434 D&RG Drive

KOGAN BUILDERS, INC

106 Celadon Lane

JURIED SELECTION: Best Master Suite Best Outdoor Living Area

JURIED SELECTION: Over $2,000,000 Best in Class

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261 Monarch Crest Trail

PEOPLE’S CHOICE: $1,500,000 - $2,000,000 Best in Class JURIED SELECTION: $1,500,000 - $2,000,000 Best in Class


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JT BUILDERS, INC

24 Engine Creek Court

ELEVATION CUSTOM BUILDERS

Primus, 1017 Main Avenue

PEOPLE’S CHOICE: $950,000 - $1,500,000 Best in Class

PEOPLE’S CHOICE: $700,000 - $950,000 Best in Class

PEOPLE’S CHOICE: Best Commercial

FEENEY ARCHITECT

147 Larkspur Street

JURIED SELECTION: $700,000 - $950,000 Best in Class

STEVE GATES ARCHITECT + E-TERRA CONSTRUCTION

73 Jameson Court

VERACITY CONSTRUCTION

1828 Forest Avenue

PEOPLE’S CHOICE: Up to $700,000 Best in Class JURIED SELECTION: Up to $700,000 Best in Class

PEOPLE’S CHOICE: Best Remodel

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ELEVATION CUSTOM BUILDERS

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SPECIAL EVENTS

S TA R T I N G T H U R S D AY, S E P T E M B E R 2 3 Join us for an evening of entertainment, food and drinks brought to you by these generous Durango businesses: Smart Enterprises, Southwest Appliance, The Gallery and Steve Gates Architects +E - Terra Construction.

Thursday night, Saturday & Sunday all day

L I F E I S S H O R T, S O E AT D ESS E RT F I RST ! Smart Enterprises

Duck into Smart Enterprises for some sweet treats all weekend, pick up your tickets and magazines and see what else may be in store for you.

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Thursday night

SMOOTH WINE AND SAVVY DESIGNS The Gallery

Chill out with delectable eats from Hot Tomatoes and enjoy smooth wine and savvy designs as you browse the showroom at The Gallery to start your Parade weekend.

2 9434 Highway 160, Durango T hursday from 4pm-8pm

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O U T D O O R E ATS A N D K I TC H E N T R E ATS Southwest Appliance Grab your tickets, Parade magazines and some tasty made-to-order food and see what’s new at Southwest Appliance.

Southwest Appliance is open for the duration of the entire Parade for ticket purchases.

2 1 Davidson Creek Road, Durango T hursday from 4pm-8pm

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TIMELESS ARCHITECTURE A N D CO C K TA I L CO N ST RU CT I O N Steve Gates Architect +E - Terra Construction Come downtown to SG Architects to experience a modern take on a historic building while enjoying local libations.

1 120 Main Ave., Durango T hursday from 4pm-8pm

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HOMES UNDER THE STARS

TOUR SHOW HOMES WITH ROMANTIC EVENING AMBIANCE Friday, September 24, 5-9pm All Stops Are Open for Touring

Tickets available at www.HBASC.com, Smart Enterprises, Southwest Appliance, and all parade stops.

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High quality custom homes in the Durango area with an eye for detail, design, and quality. Winner of the prestigious Parade of Homes 2019 People’s Choice Award www.cerwinhomes.com ccerwin@cerwinhomes.com (970) 769-0430


PARADE POKER PLACE YOUR BETS

Play Your “Hand” To Win A SINK AND COUNTERTOP BY ROCK SOLID CUSTOM GRANITE

PA R A D E P O K E R P R I Z E S & R U L E S ! Pick a card at all 4 Poker Parade Homes, 1 then show your skill in a bean bag toss at

Smart Enterprises (1400 Main Ave., Durango) to win a custom sink and countertop valued at $1,000.

sponsored by Rock Solid 2 Prizes Custom Granite.

your Parade Ticket and 3 Present Scorecard BEFORE drawing your card.

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A Parade of Homes representative will stamp your card. No duplicate cards can be used.

ONLY ONE tally sheet per Parade Ticket holder.

See the ad on page 33

count high for all 5 Aces hands – e.g. a pair of aces beats a pair of kings.

All decisions of the judges 6 are FINAL! See Poker Hand Ranking on page 18.

the completed 7 Deposit score sheet (page 18) in

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PARADE POKER PLACE YOUR BETS

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Play Your “Hand” To Win YOU COULD WIN A CUSTOM SINK AND COUNTERTOP VALUED AT $1,000

PA R A D E P O K E R O F F I C I A L S CO R E C A R D POSSIBLE POKER HANDS

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ROYAL FLUSH: Run of sequential cards from ten to ace, with all cards of the same suit.

STRAIGHT FLUSH: Run of sequential cards, all cards in the same suit, but not ace high. FOUR OF A KIND: Four cards of the same rank; e.g. four aces, four kings, etc. FULL HOUSE: Three cards of the same rank plus a pair, e.g. three aces and a pair of kings.

FLUSH: Five cards all of the same suit. STRAIGHT (RUN): Five sequential cards, not of the same suit. THREE OF A KIND: Three cards of the same rank e.g. three aces, three kings etc. TWO PAIR: Two sets of pairs e.g. a pair of aces and a pair of kings. PAIR: Two cards of the same rank e.g. two aces, two kings etc.

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You could win a $5000 gift certificate from Southwest Appliance and General Electric which you can put toward General Electric, Cafe, Profile or Monogram appliances by participating in the Parade of Homes.

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For the 2021 Parade of Homes, Southwest Appliance will be giving away a $5000 G I F T C E RT I F I C AT E toward the purchase of all available brands they provide. Southwest Appliance provides the sales and service of household major appliances. We have the sales professionals to answer any of your questions and also a full factoryauthorized service department.

Smart Enterprises is Durango’s one-stop shopping destination for all your glass and home accessory needs. They are a full-service glass shop with showers, mirrors and are the only certified windshield replacement and repair team around! They also offer hot tubs, sunrooms, saunas, retractable awnings, fireplaces and stoves, custom picture framing and so much more. You have to stop in and visit the friendly staff to see what unique and amazing items they have for you!

Win a $1 5 0 0 G I F T C E RT I F I C AT E toward goods and services at TL Roofing & Exteriors. Helping to build the Southwest since 1987, TL Roofing is proud to be your local expert. With our services ranging from commercial to residential, metal installation, detailing and fabrication, flat roofing, shingles, decking, solar and so much more — we are truly a one-stop shop for all your roofing and exterior needs!

No purchase necessary. Official rules and details posted at www.HBASC.com. Winners will be notified by phone by October 18, 2021.

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Win a $1 5 0 0 G I F T C E RT I F I C AT E toward hardware and accesories. Give your kitchen a facelift with all new hardware from Aspen Design Studio. With a value of up to $15 per hardware piece, your kitchen can come back to life overnight. Aspen Design Studio is a locally owned cabinetry and design services shop. Carrying five lines of semicustom and full custom cabinetry, as well as our own dedicated local cabinet builder.


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Update your interior with new Emtek Hardware or new interior doors. Even better, give your exterior a facelift with a stylish new Entry door or highly efficient window package! Use this $1500 G I F T C E RT I F I C AT E toward any of our window, door or hardware products. Win a $1 5 00 G I F T C E RT I F I C AT E toward design services with Durango’s premier home design specialists. Rule of Three Design Collaborative is a full-service design firm focused on groundup construction and large-scale remodels. We create comprehensive interior design packages that take you from framing to fruition in one seamless process.

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At Doors & More, now part of Durango Wood Company, we combine the widest selection of windows, doors, and hardware in the area. Top that off with a knowledgeable sales and customer service team, we will help you turn your vision for your new home or remodel into reality – at the price and quality you are looking for.

Enter to win a $1 ,0 0 0 G I F T C E RT I F I C AT E for all your gardening desires! Durango Nursery is the largest nursery in beautiful Southwest Colorado and is celebrating 20 years in Durango. They offer landscape and garden supplies along with excellent knowledge and customer service.

Enter to win an A M B I A N C E R4 2 5 G R I L L BY N A P O L EO N , A N $ 8 0 0 VA LU E Four Corners Stoves and Spas, Southwest Colorado’s specialists in stoves, spas and grills. We pride ourselves on the best selection, customer service and experience. Our team of certified service technicians focus on precise, accurate and knowledgeable installations.

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MAKING IT WORK

HOME OFFICES ARE IN DEMAND IN SOUTHWEST COLORADO BY MARISA BATE S

Rule of Three // A Design Collaborative

Kitchens may still have a firm grasp on the status of the most important room in the home, but home offices are more popular today than they’ve been for years. In Southwest Colorado, property owners are almost guaranteed to specify a home office in their new builds, and homeowners increasingly ask their remodel teams to carve out a place for work somewhere in the plan.

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A main driver behind the demand for home offices is the impact of the pandemic. As offices across the country closed by necessity, business leaders and their employees discovered that getting the job done didn’t necessarily mean getting together in person. In a Pew Research Center survey published last winter, only about 20% of American workers said they telecommuted all or most of the time prior to the shutdown. During the pandemic, the figure grew to over 70%. The fledgling work-from-home movement that blossomed by necessity during COVID times seems destined to stay with us, at least to some extent. The Pew survey found that more than half those who now work remotely would prefer to keep it that way. Furthermore, managers have found that telecommuting is beneficial all around. An article posted recently on Flexjobs, a website for job seekers, provided some details:

9 6% of workers want to telecommute full or part time; some will trade for reduced pay R  emote workers score higher on job satisfaction measures than in-office workers E mployees believe they are as productive, if not more productive, working from home R  emote work is good for the environment, especially in reducing greenhouse gases Managers who may have been skeptical about the effectiveness of remote workers in the past seem to have been won over. Gartner, the global research and advisory firm, says that more than 80% of company leaders plan to allow telecommuting at least some of the time post-pandemic.

Durango is changing

There’s no denying that Durango has been booming in recent years, and the pandemic seems to have accelerated the trend. Not only are more people confident about their ability to work remotely going forward, living through COVID-19 has prompted people to evaluate how they really want to live instead of where they have to stay, according to Forbes. Furthermore, Americans increasingly place a premium on “warmer, healthier, less dense, better educated and more mobile places to live that offer closer access to the outdoors, better hospitals, smaller schools and more open space.”


Creating home office space in Colorado

If you’re designing an office in a home you’re building, designers advise you not to skimp on space or features. Creating a room that feels inviting and makes you comfortable will incent you to spend the right amount of time there. Rule of Three suggests: D  esigning in plenty of light and a soothing view, if possible H  armonizing your new room with the rest of your home Including well-considered surfaces and storage to enhance your workflow Incorporating horizontal and vertical storage to maximize square footage E nhancing the appeal of the space by hiding technology

Carving out space for work

For those who are remodeling, creating a home office may mean converting underutilized space into a spot to work. Consider taking over a closet, the area under your stairs, one side of the mudroom, an alcove in a foyer, a former bar or coffee bar in the kitchen or a laundry room nook. You might even decide the dining

room should be repurposed altogether, especially if the family tends to eat most meals at a bar or kitchen table. Creative ways for maximizing small spaces and defining them as work areas can include: R  oom dividers, curtains and half walls W  all mounted furniture or floating shelves C olorful wallpaper or paint, or perhaps a wood accent wall If you’re really space-challenged, an office area can be created using a bookcase desk, including a fold-down desk in kitchen or family room cabinetry, or finding a good spot for a folding, wall-mounted desk. Wherever you decide your new home office should be, make sure it doesn’t feel like an afterthought. You’ll want to spend time there if the space expresses your personality—think artwork, a gorgeous light fixture, a meaningful treasure or two and an appealing chair that fits the space.

Where to find help

The membership of the Home Builders Association of Southwest Colorado includes many talented architects, designers and builders. These professionals are adept at creating living spaces just right for Southwest Colorado lifestyles. Check out the membership directory at the back of the magazine and get started planning your home office today.

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For lots of families, this sounds like Southwest Colorado. As reported in The Durango Herald this spring, Bob Allen, long-time appraiser and real estate consultant, noted that demand for local housing rose by 30% last year while supply fell by about 35%. He believes a desirable lifestyle and low density will continue to fuel in-migration, as will increasingly better internet service.

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HBASC

TRADES-IN-TRAINING

ADDRESSING A NATIONAL CRISIS ON A LOCAL LEVEL

BY REB EKAH DEL A M A R E HBASC Executive Officer

H B A S C T R A D ES - I N -T R A I N I N G

Nationwide, the country is still facing a shortage of a skilled workforce that has escalated as the baby boomers continue to retire, and less people are trained for, or interested in, entering the work trades to replace them.

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In such a vibrant and busy market, we are still facing these undeniable challenges, now with an especially large demand for housing. The construction industry is feeling the effects of labor shortages, rising costs, less available building space, longer lead times and more stringent codes and inspections. What was once a gap has become a chasm, and even with qualified graduating students entering the trades, it seems that we cannot fill the skilled workforce gap fast enough. This isn’t just a local issue, but a trend that spans the industry across other communities, states and beyond. Having identified a possible solution to this ongoing problem in 2017, the Homes Builders Association of Southwest Colorado (HBASC) launched a campaign to not only provide training for our youth, but offer certifications that allow them to gain real work experience and discover elements within the trades that serve their personal interests. As the voice of the building industry in Southwest Colorado, the HBASC is expanding our efforts with our Youth Investments Program to help combat some of the rising industrywide issues. Embracing the Home Builders Institute Pre-Apprentice Certification Training Program (HBI PACT) through the NAHB, the HBASC placed this curriculum into Durango and Bayfield High School shop classes and branded the program as HBASC Trades-in-Training. Shop teachers Shaun Smith of DHS, and Curtis Gillespie of BHS, facilitate the programs at their respective schools with Silverton, Ignacio and Pagosa Springs High Schools soon to offer the curriculum and certifications as well. This unique program offers Trades-in-Training students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with industry professionals and obtain Pre-Apprentice

certification(s) in a variety of construction-related trades. The curriculum further integrates contextual, work-based learning with vocational and academic skills training in the classroom. A wide range of stackable certifications are available including carpentry, electrical, plumbing, building construction technology and several others. Issued through the NAHB, these certifications are recognized globally. Our strongest program is definitely Trades-inTraining (TNT), though over the last few years, we’ve also identified other needs that were not prominent


provide these programs, but also to donate time and materials that facilitate and fund the various projects in our area high schools over the years. Integrating the opportunity for hands-on experience, students work side-by-side with skilled member professionals who volunteer their time and expertise. La Plata County building inspectors have attended classes to inspect the projects and communicate the basics of permits and codes. It’s always a rewarding experience to meet with our local high school students and talk with them about our industry, our community and our association. To hear about their aspirations, their goals and their interests in home building is always a reminder that while we are busy and successful now, we always need to think about the future and make sure we steer our industry in the right direction. As Mike Rowe, host of the show “Dirty Jobs” says, “The Skills Gap is here, and if we don’t close it, it’ll swallow us all. Which is a long way of saying, we could use your help…”

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before, such as being immediately employable. This can mean anything from not being able to afford tools to enter the trades, to not being well-versed in workplace etiquette and time management. Together, with Express Employment Professionals, a longstanding member, we are offering our students the opportunity to further their training in employability by hand-placing them in qualified jobs within our community with ongoing support. Our newest training addition is our Tool Up program where graduating students may apply for a scholarship for tools that pertain to a specific trade they are working to be placed in. With the help of HBASC members’ donations, we will secure the tools that meet their entry-level work needs to get them started on the right foot. Additionally, the HBASC still offers funds through our Building the Future scholarship program, helping graduating seniors to further their education in trades at a college or vocational school of their choice. Association members collaborated not only to

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BUILDING SOUTHWEST COLORADO

SUPPORTING OUR COMMUNITY

BY REB EKAH DEL AMA R E

One of my favorite things about our community is that in times of crisis we find creative ways to support each other. I am proud to be a humble piece of an industry that has continued to thrive and support the needs of our local areas and beyond. Every element of the building industry adapted to support local businesses first, and fought to remain open to do so. We haven’t seen a demand like this in decades, and it comes at the strangest of times. We’re facing peaking lumber prices, new regulations and fees. The cost to build hit all-time highs, while the available lots hit alltime lows. Affordable housing is an on-going obstacle and new regulations mean interesting adaptations that slow productivity. Yet, through all the things most of us are unaware of, the dollars spent in the industry are being put back into local businesses. The good news? More building means more support in every direction. With families relocating here, our schools can seek more funding. New jobs can be created, and businesses can refresh their operating styles to adapt to the times. Those of us stuck inside our homes at great length are finding new inspirations to change what we’ve been looking at, which again means supporting local

HBASC Executive Officer

business. There are no short answers or perfect plans, and we will still see losses. In these times, we look at what is still working and try to build off that, and right now, building is working. Doing business with a member is at the core of the Home Builders Association of Southwest Colorado’s mission to constantly elevate our economy together. It is usually more affordable to hire locally because our local professionals have worked their entire career building lasting and meaningful relationships with local providers and suppliers. If there is a blockage in the working pipeline somewhere, chances are your local professional is the one on the phone clearing it up. It’s all the little things we don’t see that are the biggest portion of the end result, and there is no shortage of hard work and integrity in this industry. Every element of the building industry has adapted to support local businesses first and fought to remain open to do so. HBASC members shared their stories of support throughout these trying times and we’re proud to take part in the efforts. Many businesses have suffered and the food

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In the quiet neighborhoods, residents heard the steady sound of a hammer, the sharp zing of a circular saw and laughter on a jobsite. For a long time, it seemed unfair that the building industry pushed steadily on as essential while so many other businesses suffered closures. Work trucks owned the empty streets and the silence in our communities seemed deafening.

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and beverage industry was hit especially hard. That affects the longevity of our community’s economic recovery as our beloved restaurants serve both locals and the tourism base we rely on throughout the year. The HBASC, although unable to hold our mainstay events which are vital to our operations, is proud to have been able to continue to support our restaurants then and now. Our members on individual levels as well as our many luncheon and one-on-one meetings have focused on spreading the support throughout our community. Lisa grew up here and worked at several downtown restaurants through college. She decided to support them by ordering takeout at every opportunity, sometimes five days a week and as often as twice per day to ensure she did her part. Steve steadily provided lunch for the whole jobsite to keep them coming to work happy and to support his favorite restaurants. There are too many other stories to tell, but each of them share the same element – putting hard-earned dollars back into the town they love so much. When someone struggles, we find a way to help in the best ways we know how, and the HBASC continues to offer that support by putting every penny we can back into the restaurants to keep them going one more day. This year, we will provide financial support to our food and

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beverage industry by paying for catering in each of the homes featured in this year’s Parade of Homes during the Friday night event, Homes Under the Stars. HBASC will continue to help where we can as we have seen so much support within our industry as well. Professionals join organizations like the Chamber, BID, Local First and the Home Builders Association because they know there is a vast support system within, but more importantly, they want to be a part of that support system for the community. They want to support programs that elevate our youth and get them real jobs, as well as grants for start-up businesses, research and development. And the list goes on. We join together behind these nonprofits and trade organizations because they do the work our hearts want to do but our hands may not be available for. From the bottom of my heart, I thank the many people who make this work possible. The men and women who have done this for years and those who are just starting. The people who choose to offer their financial support to find the solutions and who have the courage to stand up in the face of uncertainty and carry on. I hear the sound of a hammer as I pass by a construction site and I think to myself: with every swing of that hammer, new neighbors are brought together. Families gain a new wall to mark the growth of their kids. That hammer will bring more talent to the job pool and more business opportunities to regrow our community. With every employed laborer, dollars move from the jobsite to a local grocery store where a local baker, butcher, farmer and artisan sell their wares. And so the story goes.


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2021 PARADE OF HOMES TOUR

BUILDER INDEX

PA R ADE O F H OM ES

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1 Verde Builders

83 Falls Creek Circle, Durango

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2 Classique Builders

166 Boulder View Drive, Durango

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3 Skywalker Construction

22 Manitou Lane, Durango

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4 Skywalker Construction

915 Main Avenue, Durango

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5 Reynolds Ash & Associates

564 East Second Avenue, Suite 201, Durango

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6 Reynolds Ash & Associates

564 East Second Avenue, Suite 301, Durango

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7 FCI & Housing Solutions

1051 Avenida Del Sol, Durango

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8 Mantell-Hecathorn Builders

1248 Twin Buttes Avenue, Durango

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9 Skywalker Construction

139 Bell Flower Court, Durango

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10 HomeLogic

109 Bell Flower Court, Durango

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11 Elevation Custom Builders

774 Bardin Drive, Durango

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A Southwest Appliance

21 Davidson Creek Road, Durango

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B Smart Enterprises

1400 Main Avenue, Durango

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HBASC All builders have been given ample time to complete the homes listed in this program. However, some builders may not have their home completed. If a yard has been marked “INCOMPLETE” it is not available for showing. The HBASC will not be responsible for any activites at homes marked “INCOMPLETE.” We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

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STOP ONE

FROM DURANGO 83 FA L LS C R E E K C I RC L E

From N. Main Avenue turn onto W. 25th Street. W. 25th Street becomes Junction Creek Road. At the first stop sign turn right onto CR205. After 1.9 miles take a slight right onto Falls Creek Circle. The house will be on your left.

Verde Builders

DURANGO COLORADO

Sitting in the southern end of Hidden Valley, just past Turtle Lake, this home fits seamlessly into its environment, with three exterior decks and stone patios designed to benefit outdoor enjoyment during all seasons and times of day. As you enter into the home through a locally built Mahogany door all attention is instantly drawn through the 10-foot glass windows running the length of the northern wall to the spectacular sandstone cliffs and formations just outside. Inside you are surrounded by custom Mahogany and pine cabinetry, doors and ceilings. These details carry through in all three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. Each bedroom also has access to semi-private outdoor sitting areas. Don’t miss seeing this house and its many artisan details and exceptional craftsmanship, all seamlessly integrated into an under 2,000-square-foot custom home.

83 Falls Creek Circle

1,762 square feet 

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FROM DURANGO 166 BOULDER VIEW DRIVE

From downtown Durango, make a right onto E. 15th Street, (E. 15th Street becomes Florida Road) at about 6 miles take a left at the first entrance to Edgemont Highlands/ Edgemont Highlands Boulevard (The Oak Leaf entrance), take the third right onto Cabin Creek Drive, and the first right onto Boulder View to home at the end of the cul-de-sac.

Classique Builders DURANGO COLORADO

Perched at The Overlook at Edgemont Highlands, this home is built beyond being a simple nest. The clean lines of this design capture the magnificent pine trees and wide expanse of panoramic vistas. Large expanses of floor-to-ceiling glass connect the interior and exterior for a truly seamless experience with nature. Additional outdoor patios and decks create areas for rest and contemplation of the view and beyond. Luxe bedroom suites, home office, wet bar and incredibly convenient workout room with strategically placed roll-up glass door to completely immerse with nature.

166 Boulder View Drive

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STOP THREE

FROM DURANGO 22 MANITOU LANE

From Third Avenue, take Florida Road 4 miles until you turn right on Ute Pass Road. Then take your next right onto Manitou Lane. House is parallel to Florida Road located between Ute Pass Road and Ute Pass West. Please note that Manitou Lane is brand new and not located in Google maps yet, so type in Ute Pass Road if using GPS.

Skywalker Construction DURANGO COLORADO

At Skywalker, custom home building is what we do. Our brand new 3 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom spec house is designed with you in mind. Featuring many custom features including reclaimed barnwood on the exterior, a rock and steel fireplace, custom expressed wood and steel rafters, professional appliances in the kitchen, an open great room with loft and catwalk, and many more stunning details. Enjoy the outdoor space with beautiful landscaping and mountains out your back door! This home is located in the Green Ridges subdivision, about three miles from downtown Durango. Green Ridges is nestled among towering pine trees, rocky outcroppings, sturdy oak trees and native plant species. You’ll feel like you live far out of town – even though you don’t. Come see what mountain living at its finest is like.

22 Manitou Lane

3,197 square feet

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STOP FOUR 915 MAIN AVENUE

FROM DURANGO Blues, Mtn & Soul is located in the heart of historic downtown Durango between Eighth and Ninth streets at 915 Main Ave., next to Eolus Restaurant.

Skywalker Construction DURANGO COLORADO

New commercial remodel project in the Historic Durango Downtown District located at 915 Main Ave for the Blues, Mtn & Soul Durango art gallery. Skywalker Construction removed about ½” of plaster from the walls to expose the original brick to compliment the essence of the Blues and Illustration artwork. Skywalker also created a space for what is now the Surf Lounge which features the work of BANASH and his PIONEERS OF SURF SERIES with a floating bar top wood slab and metal trim details. Metal Work also includes a custom hanging system design to feature multiple pieces of art without compromising much of the original historical brick. Big thanks to Holt Sheet Metal for providing the bending and producing the hangers. The custom-built front counter is topped with 108 year old Douglas fir from an old building in the town of Silverton, which made up the floor joists at the original town hall location. The Main Avenue storefront was redesigned by Owen Dake (Skywalker Construction) which worked with the historical guidelines and was completely rebuilt with stone to match the original building along with keeping some of the original metal and brick. All the wiring and plumbing has been completely redone and brought up to today’s codes.

915 Main Avenue

2,600 square feet

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 Exposed original brick walls to house the Highway 550 Blues Series  Custom built front counter and table displays for merchandise  Metal work accents including copper finishes

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564 E. 2nd AVE, SUITE 201

262 PAGOSA ST, SUITE 200

DURANGO, CO

PAGOSA SPRINGS, CO

(970) 259-7494

(970) 264-6884

LEED DESIGN

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STOP FIVE 564 E. 2ND AVENUE, SUITE 201

FROM DURANGO Head East on College Drive from Main Avenue. Turn right onto East 2nd Avenue (look for the restaurant East By Southwest). Additional parking can be found along E. 5th St. or in the covered parking at the back of the building.

Reynolds Ash + Associates DURANGO COLORADO

The building is a new mixed-use project in Durango’s Central Business District. This area of the Central Business District is currently mostly comprised of older single-family residences, most of which have been converted into multi-unit rentals. This area has great potential for redevelopment, and we anticipate that other similar projects will follow. Our project includes a small retail space facing Second Avenue, new offices for RA+A on the second floor, a 3-bedroom 3-bath condo on the second and third floor, and a Penthouse residential unit on the third floor, that also includes a guest suite on the second floor. The remainder of the first floor, accessed from the alley, includes a large private garage that goes with the penthouse, and a common covered parking area.

564 E. Second Avenue, Suite 201

2,532 square feet

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STOP SIX 564 E. 2ND AVENUE, SUITE 301

FROM DURANGO Head East on College Drive from Main Avenue. Turn right onto East Second Avenue (look for the restaurant East By Southwest). Additional parking can be found along E. Fifth Street or in the covered parking at the back of the building.

Reynolds Ash + Associates DURANGO COLORADO

The Penthouse residential unit, which is served by a secure elevator, includes the master suite and one guest bedroom and bath on the third floor. The guest space is accessed through a hidden bookcase-door, to steps leading down to the second level. The guest suite has a common room, two sleeping areas, a bath and kitchenette, which also has its own exit to the second floor stairway. The most prominent feature of the Penthouse is the view over downtown Durango, through large four-panel stacking door and the large northwest-facing elevated terrace. A raised clerestory window element floods the living space with natural light. The kitchen cabinetry was custom-designed to match Danish mid-century modern furniture pieces owned by the homeowners.

564 E. Second Avenue, Suite 301

3,000 square feet

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STOP SEVEN

FROM DURANGO

FCI Constructors, Inc. & Housing Solutions for the Southwest

ESPERO APARTMENTS n DURANGO COLORADO

Housing Solutions for the Southwest and BlueLine Development co-developed Espero Apartments to provide 40 units of affordable housing, with supportive services, for people who are low-income, exiting homelessness and living with a disabling condition. The City of Durango provided the land and FCI was selected as the contractor. Housing Solutions is the lead service provider, with additional services provided on-site by local partners. Housing Solutions is a local non-profit that builds affordable housing and provides rental assistance, counseling and funding for repair of safety issues for homeowners. Housing Solutions is proud to build 40 apartments in our 40th year of serving the community!

1051 Avenida Del Sol 

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From town, take W. Ninth Street heading west, turn right on Roosa Ave., turn left on Avenida del Sol, turn left at Espero Apartments at 1051 Avenida del Sol.

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STOP EIGHT

FROM DURANGO

1248 TWIN BUTTES AVENUE

From Main Avenue: Head south on Camino del Rio toward W. Ninth Street. Turn right onto Highway 160 W. Turn right onto Tipple Ave. Turn right onto Twin Buttes Avenue First House on the left: 1248 Twin Buttes Avenue

Mantell-Hecathorn Builders DURANGO COLORADO

This unique home located in Twin Buttes of Durango presented topographic challenges and features wonderful views. Constant collaboration between the homeowners, the Mantell-Hecathorn Builders Design-Build team, Architect Brian Huff and Reynolds Ash + Associates resulted in this gorgeous mountain modern design. The layout focuses on views of the Twin Buttes to the north and ridge line views to the west. The exterior is a beautiful blend of natural stone, wood siding, timbers and stucco. The interior finishes create a feeling of warmth and comfort while the expansive triple pane windows highlight the surrounding mountains. Founder Greg Mantell-Hecathorn and President Hunter Mantell-Hecathorn remain the only two builders in Colorado to hold the Master Certified Green Professional Designation through continued education with the NAHB and the only builders in Southwest Colorado to certify 100% of the homes they build to the DOE’s ZERH and ENERGY STAR programs. These high standards for construction methods and materials make this home ultra energy-efficient, comfortable and requires less maintenance than a standard home built to code.

1248 Twin Buttes Avenue

2,598 square feet

(970) 259-5130 www.m-hbuilders.com n

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STOP NINE

FROM DURANGO

139 BELL FLOWER COURT

Take Highway 160 West out of Durango approximately 2.5 miles. At the first stoplight you will take a right onto Tipple Avenue into the Twin Buttes subdivision. Follow Tipple all the way up and then turn left into Bell Flower Court.

Skywalker Construction DURANGO COLORADO

This gorgeous, custom-built home in Twin Buttes welcomes the family to enjoy the lovely setting year-round, with a 444-square-foot deck over a walk out patio, both with sweeping mountain vistas. The interior includes a gas stone fireplace in the vaultedceiling living room and in-floor heating. Upgraded foam insulation and air sealing technology deliver outstanding energy efficiency, and the home sits securely on a deep, micro-pile foundation. Indoor appointments include alder millwork doors, casings, and cabinets. The chef’s kitchen is equipped with stainless-steel appliances and granite countertops. Not an afterthought here: the family dog enjoys pet doors, a dedicated grooming station, and a fenced run At Skywalker Construction, we carefully manage, protect, and add value to your home—your most important personal and financial asset. We listen carefully and create an enjoyable building process through effective communication, first-rate service and meticulous attention to detail. Contact us to find out more.

139 Bell Flower Court

2,052 square feet

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STOP TEN

FROM DURANGO 109 BELLFLOWER COURT

From downtown Durango go west on Highway 160. Right on Tipple Avenue/ Twin Buttes entrance. Left on Bell Flower.

HomeLogic

DURANGO COLORADO

A contemporary mountain home design loaded with character and a site plan embracing the sloped property were priorities for the owners of this unique Twin Buttes home. HomeLogic Builders collaborated closely with the owners, architect, and engineer to create a cohesive feel for the home. Exterior hot rolled steel colors echo in the tile entryway and the fireplace rising to the top of the great room. The industrial vitality of metal trim outside carries into the home with exposed metal beams, stairs, and hand rails. Vaulted ceilings upstairs and transitional cabinetry throughout completethe surroundings. The meticulous plan for the topography accommodates a large bay garage that fits a Class C motorhome. The home’s orientation, generous windows and tall ceilings fill interior spaces with sunlight and beckon visitors to admire gorgeous views of the buttes. Contact us to chat about the project you have in mind. We look forward to collaborating with you to bring your vision to life.

109 Bell Flower Court

2,676 square feet

(970) 799-6373 (970) 799-6372 www.thehomelogic.com n  Mountain Contemporary n  Numerous large windows n  Amazing outdoor spaces

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STOP ELEVEN

FROM DURANGO 774 BARDIN DRIVE

From downtown Durango, take Highway 550 Camino Del Rio toward Bayfield for 4.5 miles. Turn right to stay on Highway 550 S and continue 2.7 miles. Turn right onto County Road 219 and immediately turn right to continue onto Bardin Drive. Follow road signs to continue down the hill on Bardin Drive to residence.

Elevation Custom Builders DURANGO COLORADO

Custom designed as the ultimate Colorado vacation home, The Barndominium features indoor-outdoor living, oversized RV parking, stunning custom woodwork, custom paint and steelwork. Double the entertainment power with the outdoor kitchen and BBQ on the wraparound covered patio. The indoor kitchen boasts a custom mesquite slab bar-top with turquoise inlay, vibrant backsplash and stunning 48-inch Ilve range. The main level features stained concrete flooring with custom painted river, open living area with vaulted ceilings and grand stone fireplace, and a private master suite. The upper level homes a flex loft space, entertainment room, bunk room and private guest quarters.

774 Bardin Drive

2,252 square feet

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HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

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H A B I TAT FO R H U M A N I T Y

Building Lives - Not Just Homes

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Habitat for Humanity of Archuleta County (HfHAC) was established in 1994 as an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International in Americus, Georgia. We are situated in the San Juan Mountains in Southwest Colorado. Pagosa Springs is a rural community just west of the continental divide. Since 1994, we have built 27 new homes and have completed 29 Neighbors Helping Neighbors home repair projects, helping children and more than 70 adults achieve safe, secure homeownership.

Pound Out Poverty With Us

The mission of Habitat for Humanity of Archuleta County is to build confidence; strong ties between compassionate volunteers and new homeowners; a richer community through shared hope and common effort amongst caring people of all faiths; and simple, decent houses for families in need.

Dreams Do Come True

Every year, a family in Archuleta County partners with Habitat for Humanity to help build and eventually move into a brand new home. For most, the dream of home ownership would remain just that - a dream - if it wasn’t for Habitat. Habitat builds don’t just happen, though. It takes a massive amount of coordinating volunteers, student interns and staff to turn a family’s dream into a reality. One of the ways we’ve accomplished that over the last few years is by partnering with the Pagosa Springs High School for students in the school’s shop class to hold paid internships for the summer to gain hands-on work experience as part of their class requirements. Together, Habitat for Humanity and Pagosa Springs High School is strengthening the local building industry and keeping our students growing right here in our community.


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BUILDER MEMBERS

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY BUILDER MEMBERS Agave Group

3270 East Fourth Ave. (970) 769-1570 www.agavedurango.com jim@agavedurango.com

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY

Aim Construction Services Company, LLC

6550 E. Main St., Farmington (505) 330-5818 www.aim4perfection.com ron@aim4perfection.com

Asher Custom Homes

110 W. 11th St. (970) 259-0195 www.ashercustomhomes.com edward@ashercustomhomes.com

Alternative Home Builders

390 Boulder Drive, Pagosa Springs (970) 946-6640 office@ahbpagosa.com

Buena Vista Builders, Inc

125 Mercado St., Suite 117 (970) 382-0962 www.buenavistabuilders.net bob@buenavistabuilders.net

BWD Construction, LLC

597 Navajo Trail Drive, Pagosa Springs (970) 731-9700 bwdconstruction.com office@bwdconstruction.com

Cerwin Homes

2830 Junction St. (970) 769-0430 www.cerwinhomes.com ccerwin@cerwinhomes.com

Classique Builders, LLC

954 East Second Ave. Suite 101 (970) 247-3333 www.classiquebuilders.com frank@classiquebuilders.com

Colorado Dream Homes

2283 Eagle Drive, Pagosa Springs (970) 731-3071 www.coloradodreamhomesinc.com coloradodreamhomesinc@gmail.com

Custom-Built, LLC

P.O. Box 3304 (970) 903-8026 www.custombuiltdurango.com lindsayrlafferty@gmail.com

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Edgemont Community Developers, Inc. P.O. Box 1262 (970) 708-9908 www.edgemonthighlands.com

Edgemont Meadows

P.O. Box 2327 (970) 749-2930 tom@EdgemontHighlands.com

Edgewood Construction

3140 East Fifth Ave. (970) 759-6551 www.edgewoodconstructionllc.com steve@edgewoodconstructionllc.com

Elevation Custom Builders

P.O. Box 637 (970) 335-9380 www.elevationcustombuilders.com jeffaperino@gmail.com

Habitat for Humanity of La Plata County/Habitat ReStore 50 Design Center Road (970) 382-9931 www.habitatlaplata.org director@habitatlaplata.org

Hobiecat, LLC

P.O. Box 3992 (970) 759-2489 hobiecatllc@gmail.com

Housing Solutions for the Southwest 295 Girard St. (970) 259-1086 www.swhousingsolutions.com receptionist@swhousingsolutions.com

JITA Contracting, Inc.

Mantell-Hecathorn Builders, Inc. 1854 Main Ave. Suite 102 (970) 259-5130 www.m-hbuilders.com hunter@m-hbuilders.com

Premier Structures, LLC

1429 Highway 50 Suite 1, Delta (970) 773-8160 www.premierstructures.net office@premierstructures.net

Redstones Timber Frame

181 Goldmine Drive, Pagosa Springs (505) 360-1316 andre@redstonestimberframe.com

Sachs Construction, LLC

182 Girard St., Suite B (970) 382-9565 www.sachsconstructionllc.com info@sachsconstructionllc.com

San Juan Services Inc

2252 County Road 250 (970) 764-7310 Website: charleswalbert@gmail.com

Shaw LTD

182 Girard St. (602) 469-4728 www.shaw-ltd.com amanda@shaw-ltd.com

Silver Mountain Construction, LLC 47 Buddy Lane (970) 749-0170 www.petereastwood.houzz.com silvermtnllc@gmail.com

1140 Main Ave. Unit A (970) 375-7699 www.jitacontracting.com

SilverPick Contracting, Inc

JT Builders Inc.

Skywalker Construction

2512 Borrego Drive (970) 769-1029 jtbuilderspro@gmail.com

Krueger Group, LLC

209 Riverview Drive (970) 749-3613 www.kruegergroup.net trevor@kruegergroup.net

13 Falcon Way (970) 946-6981

575 East Fourth Ave. (970) 382-0041 www.skywalkerconstruction.com sherie@skywalkerconstruction.com

Steve Gates Architect + E-Terra Construction

1120 Main Ave, Suite 1 (970) 259-0726 www.stevegatesarchitect.com steve@stevegatesarchitect.com


180 Carpet Cleaning

Alpine Lumber

Taylor Builders, Inc.

2180 Lighting and Design Studio

ASAP Accounting and Payroll, Inc

3D Corporation

Aspen Design Studio

1537 Florida Road Suite 107 (970) 259-8512 www.summitcustomhomes.com brett@summitcustomhomes.com 102 E. Eighth St. Suite 203 (970) 759-6860 dw@taylorbuildersdurango.com

TFI-Timberline Framers Inc

P.O. Box 487, Pagosa Springs 172 Goldmine Drive, Pagosa Springs (705) 851-0211 www.timberlineframers.com darinrichey@timberlineframers.com

Tim Brown Construction, LLC

P.O. Box 3205, Pagosa Springs (970) 946-2768 www.timbrowncustomhomes.com tim@timbrownllc.com

Verde Builders

115 East Sixth Ave. (970) 769-4833 verde.builders@gmail.com

1743 County Road 203 (970) 749-7030 www.180CarpetClean.com ben@180carpetclean.com 2180 Main Ave. (970) 247-9710 www.2180durangodesign.com rick@2180durangodesign.com 434 Turner Drive (970) 385-6300 dpdi@mydurango.net

A Plus Home Inspection

588 County Road 216 ​​(970) 422-2522 www.aplusinspectionsdurango.com plushomeinspection@gmail.com

Accurate Backhoe and Excavation, LLC

Veritas Fine Homes, Inc

789 County Road 218 (970) 375-9205 www.accuratebackhoe.com jason@accuratebackhoe.com

Will Construction LLC

P.O. Box 2771 (970) 385-5608 www.adamsohd.com adamsohd@live.com

Woodbridge Durango, LLC

10 Town Plaza, #444 (970) 903-6642 www.asradon.com jason@asradon.com

Z Carpenters, Inc.

77 Parker Ave. (970) 259-9252 www.advancedconcrete.biz karen@advancedconcrete.biz

1970 East Third Ave. (970) 422-3283 www.veritasfinehomes.com info@veritasfinehomes.com P.O. Box 438, Bayfield (970) 884-9830 www.willconstruction.com kurt@willconstruction.com P.O. Box 3443 (970) 422-8419 www.woodbridgedurango.com alansuslow@woodbridgedurango.com 640 W. Meadow Road. (970) 946-9575 zcarpenters@gmail.com

63 Valle Escondido Drive (970) 385-1855 www.alpinelumber.com lulrich@alpinelumber.com P.O. Box 4085 (970) 369-2200 www.businessasap.com diana@businessasap.com 725 E College Drive Unit A (970) 385-8955 www.adsdurango.com leigha@adsdurango.com

Bank Central

1211 Main Ave, Durango (970) 375-2265 bankcentral.net mike.malone@bankcentral.net

Bank of Colorado

1199 Main Ave, Durango (970) 247-5151 www.bankofcolorado.com teri.simmons@bankofcolorado.com

Adams Overhead Door

Bank of the San Juans

Adaptive Solutions

Bob’s Johns, Inc.

Advanced Concrete Solutions

BOSS Mechanical

Affordable Blinds Pros

3206 Main Ave. Suite 3B (970) 426-2004 www.affordableblindpros.com office@affordableblindpros.com

Alpine Bank

1099 Main Ave. (970) 375-7689 www.alpinebank.com ericeicher@alpinebank.com

A SS O C I AT E M E M B E RS

Summit Custom Homes of Durango Inc.

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

144 E. Eighth St. (970) 426-7142 www.banksanjuans.com dfountain@banksanjuans.com 632 Dana Lane, Bayfield (970) 247-4131 www.bobsjohns.com robf@bobsjohns.com 28642 Highway 160 (970) 759-2389 bossmechanicalinc@gmail.com

Build Pagosa, Inc

P.O. Box 5363, Pagosa Springs (970) 946-1186 www.buildpagosa.org thessman@pagosa.k12.co.us

Builders FirstSource

602 Sawmill Road (970) 259-0340 www.bldr.com troy.niswender@probuild.com

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A SS O C I AT E M E M B E RS MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY ASSOCIATE MEMBERS continued CAL Steel & Sheet Metal, Inc.

Ferrellgas/Selphs Propane

Keller Williams Realty SW Associates

Cedar Networks

First Southwest Bank

Kysar Millennium Leavitt Insurance Agency

29418 Highway 160 (970) 247-0104 www.calsteelsheetmetal.com thorburn@frontier.net

954 East Second Ave. Suite 107 (970) 385-2500 www.cedarnetworks.com sales@cedarnetworks.com

ChemDry of the Southwest P.O. Box 4602 (970) 259-9046 www.chemdrysouthwest.com chemdrydurango@gmail.com

CT Electric

P.O. Box 832, Mancos (970) 335-8125 www.ctelectriccolorado.com chris.ctelectric@gmail.com

Doors And More

P.O. Box 5258, Pagosa Springs (970) 731-9949 ryan@durangowoodcompany.com

Durango Electrical Svcs Inc 109 Suttle St. (970) 247-9144 www.durangoelectric.com kevin@durangoelectric.com

Durango Nursery & Supply, Inc. 271 Kaycee Lane (970) 259-8800 www.durangonursery.com tom@durangonursery.com

Durango Signs

434 Turner Drive (970) 247-4467 www.durangosigns.com info@durangosigns.com

Durango Wood Company

577 County Road 233 (970) 247-2088 www.durangowoodcompany.com ryan@durangowoodcompany.com

Express Employment Professionals of Durango

321 S. Camino del Rio (970) 403-8780 www.expresspros.com robert.whitson@expresspros.com

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361 S Camino Del Rio, #207 (970) 819-6978 www.ferrellgas.com feliciahouston@ferrellgas.com 679 East Second Ave. Unit A (970) 375-1100 www.fswb.com kent.curtis@fswb.com

Flooring America

6550 E. Main St., Farmington (505) 599-9494 www.flooringamericafarmington.com flooringamericafarmington@gmail.com

Four Corners Stoves & Spas

700 Main Ave. (970) 259-1139 www.overingtongroupdurango.kw.com Goverington@kw.com

72 Suttle St. Unit L (970) 259-7966 www.leavitt4corners.com ryan-woolverton@leavitt.com

La Mula Bookkeeping

205 Toad Road, Durango (970) 799-4403 www.lamoolah.com td.lamula@gmail.com

3001 Main Ave, Durango (970) 259-0468 www.fourcornersstovesandspas.com marc@fourcornersstovesandspas.com

La Plata Electric Association

Fredrick Zink & Associates, CPAs

Land Title Guarantee Company

Garrhs Inc

Legacy Properties Sotheby’s

Goff Engineering & Surveying, Inc.

Louisa’s Electronics

Homestead Fire Mitigation, LLC

Milgard Windows

Integrated Wallworks

Morehart Murphy Regional Auto Center

Intermountain Wall Systems

Oh So Good Digital, Inc

954 East Second Ave. (970) 247-0506 www.durangocpas.com jlopez@durangocpas.com 721 Turner Drive (970) 259-5573 www.garrhs.com travis@garrhs.com

P.O. Box 97 (970) 247-1705 www.goffengineering.com info@goffengineering.com

1189 Rosalie Drive, Durango (970) 317-0826 www.homesteadfiremitigation.com homesteadfiremitigation@gmail.com 693 County Road 233 (970) 382-1280 https://www.integratedwallworks.com integratedwallworks@gmail.com 182 Girard St. (602) 469-4728 www.intermountainwall.com amanda@shaw-ltd.com

P.O. Box 2750 (970) 382-7770 www.lpea.coop

102 W. 18th St. (970) 247-5860 www.ltgc.com jneiman@ltgc.com

743 Main Ave. (970) 624-0444 legacypropertieswestsir.com jennifer@lpwsir.com 2201 Main Ave. (970) 259-7985 www.louisasweb.com ericka@louisasweb.com 17450 E. 32nd Place, Aurora (303) 365-5520 www.milgard.com jeffhanson@milgard.com

31 Parker Ave. (970) 247-2121 www.morehartmurphyautocenter.com growland@mmrac.com P.O. Box 1751, Bayfield (970) 903-6818 www.ohsogooddigital.com lisamarie@ohsogooddigital.com


Pinnacle Building Performance

P.O. Box 3096 (970) 426-5696 www.pinnaclebuildingperformance.com pinnaclebp@gmail.com

Phoenix Construction Recycling LLC P.O. Box 2882 (970) 375-1300 www.phoenixrecycling.com mark@phoenixrecycling.com

Quality House Interiors

710 S. Camino del Rio (970) 247-7955 www.qualityhouseinteriors.com ben@qualityhouseinteriors.com

Reynolds Ash & Associates

1140 Main Ave. Unit B (970) 259-7494 www.ra-ae.com Address:frontdesk@re-ae.com

Rock Solid Custom Granite

21770 Highway 160 (970) 426-4350 www.rocksolidcustomgranite.com jake@rocksolidcustomgranite.com

Rule of Three Design Collaborative 1485 Florida Road, A102 (303) 547-4140 www.ro3designsdurango.com info@ro3designsdurango.com

San Juan Timberwright P.O. Box 1788, Arboles (970) 883-2283 www.sanjuantimber.com sjttlm@frontier.net

SEH / Russell Planning & Engineering, Inc. 934 Main Ave. Unit C (970) 385-4546 www.sehinc.com mrussell@sehinc.com

Sherwin Williams

400 S. Camino del Rio, Suite J (970) 247-4800 www.sherwin-williams.com sw7287@sherwin.com

Silver Creek Design

3206 Main Ave. Suite 4 (970) 946-2384 www.silvercreekdesign.com melissa@silvercreekdesign.com

The Overington Group, Keller Williams

Smart Enterprises

700 Main Ave. (970) 375-3246 www.overingtongroupdurango.kw.com koverington@kw.com

Southwest Appliance

901 Main Ave. (970) 259-6680 www.wellsgroupdurango.com wells@wellsgroupdurango.com

Studs Lumber Company

20 Design Road (970) 385-6874 www.tileartofdurango.com paul@tileartofdurango.com

SunGlass Durango

P.O. Box 4494 (970) 725-6400 www.timberage.com info@timberage.com

1400 Main Ave. (970) 247-0440 www.smartenterprises.net mmestas@smartenterprises.net 21 Davidson Creek Road (970) 259-0521 www.southwestapplianceinc.com rsterling@southwestapplianceinc.com 29660 Highway 160 (970) 764-7777 studslumber.com adam@studslumber.com 408 East Eighth Ave. (970) 247-5112 www.sunglassnm.com ralph@sunglassnm.com

Sun Mountain Door

140 Commerce Road, Berthoud (970) 532-2105 www.sunmountaindoor.com adappen@sunmountaindoor.com

Target Rental

989 S. Camino del Rio (970) 247-0161 www.targetrental.com swebb@targetrental.com

TBK Bank

259 W. Ninth St. (970) 382-5703 www.tbkbank.com twisher@tbkbank.com

The Durango Herald

1275 Main Ave. (970) 247-3507 www.durangoherald.com dhabrat@bcimedia.com

The Gallegos Corporation

P.O. Box 821, Vail (970) 445-8977 www.gallegoscorp.com gary.herr@gallegoscorp.com

The Gallery

29434 Highway 160 (970) 385-9115 www.thegallerydro.com greg@thegallerydro.com

A SS O C I AT E M E M B E RS

3901 Singer Blvd. NE, Suite A, Albuquerque (505) 345-3501 www.pellasw.com keuskit@pellasw.com

The Wells Group of Durango

Tile & Light Art of Durango

Timber Age Systems, Inc.

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY

Pella Windows and Doors Southwest

TL Roofing

825 E. 32nd St. (970) 247-1392 www.tlroofingexterior.com office@tlroofs.com

Trautner Geotech LLC

649 Tech Center Drive (970) 259-5095 www.trautnergeotech.com jdeem@trautnergeotech.com

Twin Buttes of Durango

20091 Highway 160 (970) 708-4047 www.twinbuttesofdurango.com russsmith1130@gmail.com

Vectra Bank

890 Camino del Rio (970) 375-7422 www.vectrabank.com angelia.cook@vectrabank.com

Western Group Inc.

1199 Main Ave. Suite 226 (970) 247-8391 www.wgiinsurance.com vanessa.ruggles@wgiinsurance.com

Wisecup Excavation

1203 Mariposa Drive (970) 819-3301 www.wisecupexcavationllc.com samsr.wisecup@gmail.com

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ADVERTISER INDEX 33

Alpine Bank

22

Aspen Design Studio

76

Bank of Colorado

44

Central Bank

58

ChemDry of the Southwest

54

Closet’s Plus

33

Durango Nursery & Supply

40

Ferrellgas

44

Four Corners Stoves, Spas & More

60

La Plata Electric Association

65

ADVERTISER INDEX

Marona Photography

74

69

Oh So Good Digital!

56

Quality House Interiors

60

Ashes Away

35

Atmos Energy

52

Budget Blinds

16

Cerwin Homes

42

Classique Builders

68

Durango Magazine

23

Durango Wood Company

40

Four Corners Broadcasting

58

Keller Williams Dru English

56

Leavitt GrouP

60

Morehart Murphy Regional Auto Center

2

Phoenix Recycling

48

Reynolds Ash & Associates Architecture

54

Rule of Three Designs

44

Silver Creek Design

58

Sotheby’s - Custom Built

19

Southwest Appliance

46

Splendid Kitchens

46

Sun Glass

34

TBK BanK

66

The Gallegos Corporation

35

The Wells Group

64

Tim Brown Construction, LLC

3

Veritas Fine Homes Inc.

33

Rock Solid Custom Granite

65

San Juan Hearth & Renewables

9

Smart Enterprises

29

Sotheby’s Legacy Properties West

75

Southwest Gutter

40

Steve Gates Architecture

40

TL Roofing Exteriors

67

The Durango Herald

50

The Gallery

58

Tile Art of Durango, Inc.

36

Twin Buttes of Durango, Inc.

28

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