The Tour of Remodeled Homes 2022 in the Media
2022 Tour of Remodeled Homes Official Press Releases:
Louisville [July 25, 2022]: Are you ready to remodel? Are you looking for ideas, advice, and inspiration? Tour 10 homes August 13 & 14 during the 2022 Tour of Remodeled Homes for expert remodeling advice and insights from BIA of Greater Louisville's Registered Remodelers. See quality craftsmanship firsthand and meet the professionals!
Whether you’re looking to turn your basement into the entertainment space you have been dreaming of, update your kitchen, rework your primary bathroom, turn your old laundry room into an amazing space, see one of the most “green,” energy efficient, high performance, and sustainable remodeled homes in the United States this year’s Tour has it!
The best remodelers in the business will be in their featured homes and available to talk you through your own home renovation project! The 2022 remodelers are, Brandon Buttorff, Scott Welch, Karen McKechnie, Michael McKechnie, Tommy McKechnie, Eric McKechnie, Brandon Fields, Brandon Bailey, Jon Steimel, Steve Hartung, Vincent Abell, Adam Gallagher, Marty Stamper and Stefan Rumancik.
“We really enjoy featuring our BIA remodelers during this event,” said Juva Barber, Executive Vice President of the Building Industry Association of Greater Louisville. “The transformations of these projects are quite amazing!”
The Tour of Remodeled Homes presented by Bonnycastle Appliances is produced by the Building Industry Association of Greater Louisville. Century Entertainment and Furnishings is this year’s Gold Sponsor. Pre-Sale tickets may be purchased online at www.tourofremodeledhomes.net.
Robert and Susan Borgerding had been looking at houses for a while, but when they discovered their family would be growing, they knew they had to start browsing bigger places. “After we found out we were expecting our second child, we knew we needed something (larger),” Susan told The Courier Journal. “We really got looking, (then) we fell in love with (this) neighborhood and the house.” The 3,200-square-foot colonial-style home in the Prospect neighborhood of Bridgepoint seemed like it would suit their needs — for the most part. “We knew the layout didn’t quite work out for us,” Susan explained, “but we went ahead and bought the house, (knowing) from the get-go that we were going to remodel.” The couple enlisted the help of Bailey Remodeling, then temporarily moved into an apartment while their new house underwent major changes. (Read More) Lennie Omalza. Courier Journal, July 21, 2022
A Louisville couple and their dogs were comfortable in their previous home — but they just wanted more land. “I told my husband I wanted some acreage for our dogs,” the homeowner, who asked not to be named, told The Courier Journal. “We looked at 100 acres, we looked at 60 acres, we looked at everything — acreage everywhere, from Shelbyville to Louisville.”
One day, she was driving down a street and saw a for sale sign in front of a 5,000-square-foot, traditional-style home in east Louisville that had just enough land. Soon enough, she and her husband were moving in, and about three years ago, they decided it was time for a renovation. “We really concentrated on being able to see from through (from the front to the back), like a southern house,” she said of the remodel. (Read More) Lennie Omalza. Courier Journal, July 21, 2022
Gerald and Dorie Shelburne were living in the Fern Creek subdivision dubbed Little Spring Farm when they started thinking about downsizing.
"The kids moved out, and we were looking at condos downtown so we could walk (everywhere)," Dorie told The Courier Journal. However, she said all the city spaces made her feel "a bit claustrophobic."
One day, as she was driving down a road near their former home, she saw a sign that said, "Horse Barn" and decided to check it out.
"When I came up the hill," she recalled, "the canopy of trees (and everything gave) me (a good) feeling. I (thought) it was just so beautiful."
Dorie says that once she and Gerald got a chance to view the property together, what they really fell in love with was the land — all 20 acres. (Read More) Lennie Omalza Courier Journal, August 11, 2022
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A tour of remodeled homes in Louisville is being held in August.
The Building Industry Association (BIA) of Greater Louisville is holding a remodeled homes tour Aug. 13-14 from noon to 6 p.m. Ten homes will be featured during the two-day event.
"We really enjoy featuring our BIA remodelers during this event," Juva Barber, Executive Vice President of the Building Industry Association of Greater Louisville, said in a news release. "The transformations of these projects are quite amazing." To purchase tickets, click here.
The popular tour returns in August. See the addresses of the 10 homes on this year's list. (Read More)
Shea Van Hoy. Louisville Business First, July 28, 2022
Looking to remodel, need some home inspo, or just appreciate interior design and architecture? The Tour of Remodeled Homes is coming up on Sat., Aug. 13 + Sun., Aug. 14.
Event goers can tour one of the most “green,” energy efficient, high performance + sustainable remodeled homes in the US, along with: (Read More)