For the General Public: Free and fun for the whole family, this self-guided tour features healthier and greener new single-family, multi-family, tiny homes and remodels in the greater Seattle area. Click the button below or register here for your free tickets ($10 suggested donation) and download the official tour map (available in April 2nd).  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 light to deep 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 with solar panels, lowering their energy bills with insulation, and creating healthier home environments for their families with better building materials and systems. Learn from experts and really understand “what makes it green” on this education focused tour. Together we can build a better future!

 Download our 2018 Tour Brochure to your desktop or Mobile device 

Download our 2018 Tour Brochure to your desktop or Mobile device 

 

For Industry: Every year our Green Home Tour attracts increasingly larger numbers of visitors interested in learning more about building, remodeling and purchasing greener homes.

The NW Green Home Tour is the region’s largest and most-respected home tour, now in its 8th year! We’ll be featuring the best of Puget Sound’s sustainable homes, multifamily projects, ADUs and much more. If you have an awesome project in mind for the tour, have a conversation with the owner, contractors, suppliers and others who might want this proven marketing exposure. The last three years had an average of two-hundred visitors per site. This is your opportunity to stand out from the crowd and elevate your brand’s awareness in our region. Together, we can build a better future.

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  OUR MISSION is to support through education the progressive work of our members in the Pacific Northwest in order to improve the relationship between our communities and our built environment.

OUR MISSION is to support through education the progressive work of our members in the Pacific Northwest in order to improve the relationship between our communities and our built environment.