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BAM Q4’20 Claim Deadline

Q4’20 Claim Deadline:  Friday, February 26, 2021

Claim for Residential Jobs Completed October 1 through December 31, 2020.

This is the LAST CHANCE to claim for 2020.  Please Claim for any/all residential jobs that were completed in 2020 at this time. 

No 2020 claims can be processed after the Q4’20 claiming period.

All claims MUST be submitted by the set claim deadline for each quarter.


Commercial Energy Code TAG meeting schedule

There will be no in-person TAG meetings due to the current status of the state of Minnesota operating under the COVID-19 health pandemic. See Minnesota Statute 13D.021 for remote meeting requirements. Meetings will occur by Webex. View Webex instructions: interactive instructions and printable. Meeting dates and times are determined by the TAG leader.

Contact Chad Payment at or 651-284-5841 for more information.

Jan. 5, 2021, 9 a.m., meeting information

Commercial Energy Code TAG meeting schedule
Jan. 5, 2021 Agenda Notes Worksheet

Energy Code Pause

BIG thanks to Housing First for Publishing!

The Commissioner of Labor and Industry has officially decided not to adopt a new residential energy code this code cycle. The news was shared Thursday, Dec. 10 at the Minnesota Construction Codes Advisory Council meeting.

Housing First Minnesota has led on this issue for the past several years, making the case that a new residential energy code would benefit certain product manufacturers and other special interest groups at the cost of new homebuyers. In August, Housing First Minnesota brought together local builders association, NARI, Builders Association of Minnesota and Minnesota Relators who all advocated for keeping the current Minnesota Residential Energy Code in place.

Following a judicial recommendation to not open rulemaking on the residential energy code earlier this fall, Housing First Minnesota

“We’re pleased to see the Commissioner agree with the judicial recommendation,” said Nick Erickson, director of research and regulatory affairs. “Builders, remodelers and building officials, the experts in new construction, said that anew residential energy code was not needed at this time.”

This decision keeps the current Minnesota Residential Energy Code, the most efficient code of any high-production state, in place until the next code cycle.

DLI CCAC Presentation, Dec. 10, 2020

Claim Today And Receive The Rebate $$ You Deserve! Q3’20 Claim Deadline: Friday, November 27, 2020

Claim for Residential Jobs Completed July 1 through September 30, 2020.

All claims MUST be submitted by the set claim deadline for each quarter.

  • Do you want some assistance completing your claim?  Contact our team.  We are here to help.
  • Have you claimed in the past and want to claim the same materials for Q3’20?  Submit your completed addresses and the request to pick up your claim information from your last claim.  Our team will confirm that we have the correct information to file, saving you valuable time.
  • Want a customized claim form?  Contact our team and we will provide you with what you want to make your claiming process as easy as possible.

Claim:  Rebate Claim Forms

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Quarterly Promotional Material

Quarterly promotional flyer in both an image file and pdf and quarterly membership report can be retrieved on the Member Rebate Program HBA Portal and your dedicated Google Drive file folder. File Folder


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Please contact Kim Klein

Direct telephone:  732-612-3865