The 16th Annual Tour of Remodeled Homes Pierce County
This greatly anticipated event is presented by the Remodelers Council of the Master Builders Association of Pierce County. A part of our community since 1945, MBA promotes the interests of the home building industry through membership involvement, legislative action, networking and education while striving to maintain the highest ethical standards.

This year, there are 11 projects for your viewing pleasure, ranging from a remodeled business office and showroom to an ADA and universal design project, and of course, all the kitchens, baths and other projects in between.

You will get to speak directly with the remodelers, designers, and suppliers, so ask questions and get new ideas for your onw project and start dreaming of your own remodel.

The Remodelers Council is proud to support Mary Bridge Helping Hands Fund and Tree House through ticket sales from this event.

We would like to thank our sponsors for their support and recommend their products and services. Thank you for joining us!

Steve Shattuck
2013 Remodelers Council Chair
The Remodelers Council
Every year, the Master Builders Association of Pierce County’s Remodelers Council donates money, time, labor, and materials to the Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital in Tacoma. Money recieved from you attending this Tour will go toward Mary Bridge.

Each year, Mary Bridge holds the Festival of Trees as a fundraiser for the Children’s Hospital. The MBA Pierce RC volunteers are there on designer day to assist the tree designers with the set up of their trees and vignettes, including constructing everything from tables to playhouses to building ships!

In 2013, the RC also donated a new play toy to the Tree House, where families stay when their child is staying in the hospital.

Thank you for helping us support Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital.

Please Note
The Tour sites are private residences. We respectfully request that you refrain from handling the owner’s property. Please visit only during Tour hours. Please, no indoor photography, children in strollers or backpacks. Please hold your child’s hand. Homes may be visited in any order. Tickets are valid for both days of the Tour, but only one visit per home. Parking is at your own risk.

1120 Pacific Avenue, #301
Tacoma, Washington 98405
(253) 272-2112, ext. 105