SICBA holds home tour

Skagit/Island Counties Builders Association will hold its 12th annual SICBA Home Tour Sept. 14-16.

This year’s Home Tour features 13 homes by eight local builders in Camano Island, Stanwood, Oak Harbor, Coupeville, Anacortes, Mount Vernon, Burlington, Clear Lake and Sedro-Woolley.

All builders with homes on the Home Tour are members of SICBA.

“It’s a way to highlight the craftsmanship of our builder members and the specialty contractors who worked on the home,” Marketing/Events Coordinator Lianna Neyens said. “It’s a good way for people who are either building or remodeling their home to get different ideas, satisfy their curiosity or get inspired … or possibly hire the SICBA builders in the future.”

Tickets are $10 per person for all three days. Children 15 and under are admitted free.

Tickets are available for purchase online or at any of the homes on tour.

For information, directions to the homes or to preview the tour, visit www.sicbahometour.com, or download the free SICBA app.

Anyone with questions may call SICBA’s Events Coordinator Lianna Neyens at 360-757-6916 or email to info@sicba.org

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