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2017 Northwest GreenHomeTour
April 29 - 30, 11 am - 5 pm both days
Free and fun for the whole family, this self-guided tour features healthy and green new homes and remodels in the Seattle area.
Visit www.nwgreenhometour.org for tickets ($5 suggested donation) and download the official tour map. Also look for our special pull-out guide in the late-April edition of the Seattle Weekly.
Get inspired by projects in all shades of green, from backyard cottages and kitchen remodels to new homes built with cutting-edge green features. You'll see and learn first-hand how your neighbors are generating their own electricity and powering electric cars with solar panels, lowering their energy bills with insulation, and creating healthy home environments for their families.
This year's tour features a broad range of dwellings: a sustainable travel trailer, four RainWise garden homes, homes using Net-Zero and Passive House technology, backyard DADUs, a studio built completely from recycled materials, a Built Green(R) co-housing community and much more! As always, there will be Sustainability Stops along the way.
Presented by the Northwest EcoBuilding Guild and Greenhome Solutions, the 7th Annual Northwest Green Home Tour is a fun opportunity to learn, get inspired, and explore new ways to live more lightly on the earth.
The NW EcoBuilding Guild is a community of construction-related professionals and homeowners concerned with ecological building in the Pacific Northwest, who empower people through education to transform the built environment for long-term sustainability.
Greenhome Solutions is a family owned and operated green building product supplier based in Seattle. They are passionate about the environment, conservation, design, and sustainable building practices. With over 20 years in the construction industry, they pride themselves not only on product knowledge, but also on installation techniques and knowing which products are right for your project.
FREE tickets at Eventbrite.com.
Presented by NW Ecobuilding Guild.