Action Landscaping donates landscape package to GHBA Benefit home

July 17, 2021 Updated: July 17, 2021 11 p.m.

Action Landscaping donated the entire landscaping package for the Chesmar Benefit House.

Photo courtesy of GHBA

The Greater Houston Builders Association (GHBA) Benefit Homes Project has raised more than $ 12 million for local charities since its inception in 1980. Recently, the sale of the Chesmar Benefit Home in Lago Mar raised $ 300,000 to two local charities – HomeAid Houston and Operation Home Finally.

The Benefit Homes Project relies on the generosity of GHBA members who donate their materials, services, and labor to build two homes annually for this GHBA charity. The proceeds will help build shelter for the homeless and others in crisis, and help build new homes for wounded veterans returning from service.

One company that has donated its services to the Chesmar Benefit Home is Action Landscaping. This company has supported the Benefit Homes Project for years.

Action Landscaping is family owned and operated and was funded in 2001 by Jeff and Nancy Graebert. Their mission has never changed over the past 20 years – to bring the exterior of a house to life and make it feel like home at first sight. In addition to landscaping and lawn design, Action Landscaping also offers irrigation for builders in the Houston area.

“At Action, we know the first thing that stands out about a home is the landscaping,” says Oscar Reyes, account manager. “We bring bright colors to flower beds, green grass to your lawn, and an irrigation system to reduce time-consuming maintenance. Action Landscape donates to the GHBA Benefit Homes Project because we support their vision. It is an honor and a privilege to support local builders in an effort to give back to our community. A portion of the proceeds went to local charities like HomeAid Houston and Operation Home Finally, when we got the opportunity, we immediately took action. “

Action Landscaping donated the entire landscaping package for the Chesmar Benefit House.

For more information, visit www.ghba.org or call 281-970-8970.

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