Photo by Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties
Photo by Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties

Meet the Pros Who Make It Possible Oct. 27–28 

The annual Remodeled Homes Tour is an open house exploration of our region’s most spectacular remodeled homes.

Get ready for a fun and inspiring weekend exploring some of the Puget Sound region’s top remodeling projects at this year’s Remodeled Homes Tour. Presented by the Remodelers Council of the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties, the Remodeled Homes Tour invites visitors to experience firsthand—for free—some of the finest craftsmanship and most innovative ideas in home remodeling.

This year’s tour takes place the weekend of Oct. 27 and 28, from 10 a.m.–5 p.m. each day. All 15 featured homes are open Saturday, with some open all weekend. Many visitors plan a day tour using the handy tour map to experience as many homes as possible over the two-day period.

Visitors gain exclusive access to some of the most impressive custom-remodeled private residences throughout our region, where they can get up close and personal with cool new features from Instagram and all those HGTV shows.

Better yet, this home tour offers a chance to walk through home remodels and speak one-on-one with the remodelers themselves. Remodelers participating in the tour hope guests will see the possibilities in their own homes and leave inspired to make their dream renovation a reality—with the help of a professional remodeler, of course.

The diverse homes featured on the tour reside in Seattle and many parts of the Eastside, in addition to neighborhoods in Shoreline and Renton. From kitchen and bathroom remodels to outdoor living additions and master suite updates, there’s something for everyone amongst this year’s projects.

Catch a sneak peek at the homes, learn about the remodelers, view the tour map, and get your free tickets (good for both days!) at remodeltour.com/free-tickets.
While the tour is completely free, visitors can choose to donate to our charity partner, Rebuilding Together Seattle. The nonprofit organization helps low-income homeowners by providing safety and accessibility improvements around their home. Their services help support housing stability and are given free of charge. Look for volunteers from Rebuilding Together Seattle; they’ll be on hand at some of the homes on the tour to answer questions.

The Remodelers Council of the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties is the oldest and largest chapter of the National Association of Home Builders Remodelers Councils in the nation. The council strives to educate, improve credibility with consumers, and provide remodeling industry information.