We are getting excited for the Remodeled Homes Tour, which is only a day away. To help you get the most out of your experience, we've put together some tips for taking the tour. We hope you have a great time touring the 15 homes on the 2016 tour!
Tips for Taking the Tour
Navigate with Ease
Before the tour, check out the map and project listings to decide which homes you want to see. During the tour, you can navigate from house using your smartphone. Just visit our mobile-friendly guide: www.remodeltour.com/mobile
Download the Guide
If you prefer, you can download and print the official tour guide here.
Wear the Right Shoes
We have a shoes-off-booties-on policy so please wear easily removable footwear.
Bring Your Tickets
Please print your tickets and bring them with you or have them ready to show at the door on your phone. If you haven't registered for the tour yet, you can do so on our ticketing page. If you've registered and just need to print your tickets, just look for the confirmation email you received from Eventbrite. If you can't find it, you can visit this page to print your tickets.
Start at Any of the Homes
Please begin at any of the homes on the tour, not the Bellevue address on your Eventbrite ticket. (The address listed on Eventbrite is for the Master Builders Association headquarters, which will be closed this weekend.)
Remember That Not All of the Homes Are Open Sunday
Consider Making a Donation
The tour is completely free, but many visitors have chosen to make a donation to our charity partner Rebuilding Together Seattle. If you haven't made a donation yet, you will have the opportunity to do so at many of the homes on the tour. Look for volunteers from Rebuilding Together Seattle, who will be on hand at some of the homes to answer questions and explain the great work the organization does to help our low-income neighbors with free home repairs.
Have a Great Time!
Most importantly, get ready for a fun and inspiring weekend exploring some of the top remodeling projects in the Puget Sound region and meeting the building professionals who made them happen. It is our sincere hope that you gather lots of useful ideas and learn about the remodel process. Thanks for taking part in this one-of-a-kind event!