This weekend, Sept. 17 and 18, the Home Builders Association of Greater Tulsa will host its 22nd annual Home Remodeling Showcase.
Presented by the Remodelers Council of the HBA, the event gives guests the opportunity to tour seven homes remodeled by builders across Tulsa. The homes featured in the Home Remodeling Showcase, located in midtown and south Tulsa, are 2811 E. 44th Court, 2845 S. Florence Ave., 16744 E. 48th St., 11018 S. Toledo Ave., 1719 S. 94th East Ave., 2962 E. 45th Place and 3127 S. Boston Court.
Participating builders — all members of the Remodelers Council — include Emmons Construction, Grant Homes Remodel & Restoration, Sonrise Construction, Hammer Stars, The Buckingham Group and Day Build & Design.
All proceeds from the Home Remodeling Showcase will benefit the John 3:16 Mission, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping homeless and poor Tulsans.
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“I think people really like getting to see the new trends in remodeling and getting to talk one-on-one with the remodeler,” said Sarah Gentry, the HBA of Greater Tulsa’s director of special events. “If you’re looking to remodel, it lets you compare different styles of decor and design in these homes throughout the weekend versus having to make individual appointments with the remodelers.”
Matt Emmons is the owner of Emmons Construction, whose project at 2811 E. 44th Court will be featured in the Home Remodeling Showcase.
Emmons, originally from New Mexico, relocated to Tulsa in 2000. He worked as a musician for several years, doing construction work on the side, before opening Emmons Construction in 2008. The company specializes mainly in residential remodeling and construction. Remodeling his clients’ entire homes is Emmons’ favorite type of project to take on, he said.
“Whole-home remodels are the most enjoyable because you get to see your projects