NW REporter

Remodeled homes tour features virtual and in-person tours

Fifteen custom-remodeled residences in King County are featured in this year’s Remodeled Homes Tour, presented by the Remodelers Council of the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties. Scheduled for Saturday, October 22, the free showcase includes seven in-person tours and 15 fully interactive virtual tours.

There is no charge to participate, whether touring virtually or in-person, but registration is required to receive the link.

Among remodeled homes on the tour are a whole-house remodel; a second-story addition; a home with extensive interior and exterior updates; a fully restored childhood home; a totally refreshed and revitalized home; a home whose square footage was tripled; a restyled ‘90s home to add an office, updated kitchen and wine closet; a home expanded to create a basement accessory dwelling unit; a custom home with an inside-and-out makeover; and a modernized 1960s ranch-style home.

This year’s builders – all members of the Remodelers Council – include Chermak Construction Inc., Gaspar’s Construction, Harjo Construction, Irons Brothers Construction, Jackson Design Build, Nip Tuck Remodeling, Pathway Design and Construction, and Tenhulzen Residential.

A preview of homes with before and after photos plus a map depicting the locations of the in-person homes on the tour can be viewed on the event’s website.

This year’s charity partner is Rebuilding Together Seattle, a nonprofit organization that ensures housing stability for low-income homeowners by providing home safety and accessibility improvements free of charge. Its clientele includes residents who are elderly, disabled, families with children, veterans and nonprofit facilities in need of repairs.