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    How to get into the member's section

    If you are a member of The Log Home Builder's Association of North America (meaning you have taken one of our classes) you can get into the member's area just by asking. Please wait until after you have attended a class until you proceed with the steps below.

    IF YOU ATTENDED AN IN-PERSON CLASS:

    To get access to the members area:
    1. Sign up for a forum account if you haven't already done so. You can do that here.
    2. If you sign up for a new account, the forum will send you an email. Click the link in your email to activate your account.
    3. Make sure you are logged into your forum account
    4. Follow this link and fill out the form: Access Request Form
    5. Click Submit at the bottom
    All access requests are processed manually, so sometimes it will be a few days before you are approved for access to the members forum.

    If you get an error when you follow the link above, it means you aren't logged into a fully-activated user account. Check your email and click the activation link first. If you signed up for a forum account but never received an email, you should check your spam folder for an email from us.

    IF YOU ATTENDED OUR ONLINE CLASS:

    1. Watch the video located here and follow the instructions

    After you submit an access request, we may email you for additional documentation of your status as a member of the association. For instance, you may be asked to email in a picture of your membership card, so don't lose your card!

    It would be very helpful if you would use the access request feature shortly after attending the class. If you wait till sometime next decade to send in an access request, then researching your membership status can take a very long time.

    As always, feel free to email us (info at lhba.com) if you need assistance with this process.
    Last edited by Steve; 06-13-2011 at 05:49 PM.

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