Mighty House and our sister company, Mighty Energy Solutions, will be hosting one extra-mighty booth at the NW Remodeling Expo! You’ll find us at booth #1014 on January 5-7, 2018. Just print out the file below for your free tickets and join us at one of the best opportunities to connect and learn from contractors, suppliers, and designers. Not to be missed if you’re considering a remodel project!
The show will also feature:
- Home Improvement Seminars There’s a huge range of topics to learn about this year! Some that we’re particularly looking forward to are “Solatube vs. Traditional Skylights,” “Solar Works!” and “Designing a Healthy Home on a Budget.” Check out the full list here.
- “Designer Matchmaker” These sessions will allow you to take advantage of FREE consultations with northwest designers. We’re especially excited to have our booth stationed next to Entero Design and Living Shelter Architecture. More info on the matchmaker sessions here.
- Artisan Showcase Local artists will be showing and selling unique items for your home. You can preview some of the artwork here.
Friday January 5, 12pm – 7pm
Saturday January 6, 10am – 7pm
Sunday January 7, 11am – 7pm
Washington State Convention Center
Halls 4EF 800 Convention Place
Seattle, WA 98101
Join us on November 4th for an evening of inspiring stories at the NW EcoBuilding Guild’s annual Green Building Slam. Not to be missed, there will be 10 projects, each with 10 minutes, and 10 slides! Mighty House is honored to be presenting our jury selected project alongside Parie Hines of LD Arch Design. Our presentation, Growing Pains: Creating a Sustainable Future for a Sweet Little Home, will be showcasing our Westwood Addition that there are high impact green options for a variety of project types and budget sizes.
November 3, 2017
5:30pm – 10:30pm
University of Washington – Kane Hall
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Get salvagey with us at this completely FREE workshop! Discover how to bring your salvage project to life with finishings including trim, surfaces, hardware and beyond! Taught by our very own, Doug Elfline.
Saturday, October 21 | 11am-12:30pm
Second Use Building Materials | 3223 6th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134
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This fall is packed with great events and workshops across the city. We look forward to seeing you around town!
There is nothing better than having the right tool for the right job! Join us to discover the who-what-where-and-why of power tools with our very own, Doug Elfline!
This workshop is absolutely FREE and will teach you how to assess which tool is the right tool, how to plan your tool use, what safety considerations to be aware of, and how to troubleshoot potential problems through a short presentation followed by live demonstrations of popular power tools, a conversation on where to find them, and Q+A with the pros.
Saturday, October 7, 2017 | 11am-12:30pm
Second Use Building Materials
We will be showcasing this gorgeous West Seattle Kitchen, Dining, and Deck Remodel on October 21st and 22nd during the Master Builders Association’s 2017 Remodeled Homes Tour. Join us!
This family of four is constantly on the go! From work and school, to sports and coaching and lots of around and about activities – any obstructions to their flow have a heightened level of annoyance. Re-orienting and opening the kitchen to the dining and living room along with a more gracious access to the expanded deck provides the flexibility and function they need … the updated aesthetic was icing on the cake!
This project included removing a wall that separated the kitchen and living spaces, reworking the kitchen layout to add an island and improved functionality, and updating finishes with sensible and sustainable solutions such as: locally-produced Canyon Creek cabinetry, no-VOC Ceaserstone countertops, patching and re-finishing the wood floor instead of replacing it, and locally-sourced and produced recycled glass tile that allowed for the homeowner’s creativity to shine.
Working in tandem with the home’s existing assets, a desire for new and functional results, and a conservative budget, we were able to maintain the goals of minimal impact for maximum affect in how they live, play, and grow in their home.
We hope to see you there!
October 21-22, 2017
10 AM – 5 PM
4137 49th AVE SW
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