If you aren’t familiar with the Parade of Homes Remodelers Showcase, here is everything you need to know about it before it begins next week. The Parade of Homes is going on now and will wrap up next week, October 2nd with the Remodelers Showcase. You can still tour the 423 new custom homes on the Parade of Homes Thursday through Sunday from noon to 6pm, but there will also be 57 remodeled homes open to tour from Friday, September 30th from 1:00 to 7:00 pm and from noon to 6:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday, October 1st and 2nd.
Pratt Homes in the Parade of Homes
Parade of Homes Remodelers Showcase
This is the 29th year of the Parade of Homes Remodelers Showcase. It’s a great way for homeowners to see actual remodeling projects and a chance to talk to professional remodelers.
There are 57 homes on the Remodelers Showcase tour, all are free to tour with the exception of two Artisan Dream Remodeled Homes that request a $5 donation to the BATC Foundation.
Remodeled homes are located in 21 cities in the Twin Cities metro area and include kitchens, bathrooms, main level remodels, basement remodels, exterior renovations as well as family rooms, bedrooms, offices and whole house remodels. If you’re thinking about a remodel, you’ll be sure to see something that inspires you.
A comprehensive Guidebook includes descriptive information, maps and photos of all the remodeling projects, and is available, free of charge, at area Holiday Stationstores. You can also plan your tour online at the Parade of Homes website. Or visit m.ParadeofHomes.org for mobile users. A digital guidebook is also available.
The Remodelers Showcase is a wonderful way to see completed remodeling projects. It’s also an excellent way to get ideas for any remodeling projects you’ve been considering but haven’t quite known where to begin.
We understand that starting a renovation can be overwhelming, if you would like to discuss an upcoming remodeling project you’re considering please contact us at 651-429-8032. We’d love to help you navigate your way through the confusion.