NASHVILLE—A call for participants for the 2012 Charity Tour of Homes is being issued by the Master Custom Builders Council of Tennessee providing a unique building opportunity with huge savings and free products for folks involved in the Middle Tennessee area home tour next year benefiting a local charitable organization.
On the left is a completed home in Stockett Creek in Williamson County, built by W. Hugh Nelson Builders, will be one of the participating homes in the 2012 Charity Tour of Homes presented by Pella Windows & Doors.
With a June 30 deadline, Bryan Edwards, Charity Tour of Homes chairman and president of Hugh-Edwards Builders, said building on their inaugural 2010 tour, the 2012 tour, presented by Pella Windows & Doors, is a unique opportunity for people planning to build a custom home.
“As industry leaders, the Master Custom Builders Council of Tennessee was thrilled to help reinvigorate the home-building industry with seven, stunning homes participating in last year’s charitable event. The premier home tour attracted almost 8,000 visitors and resulted in donations of $17,800 invested back into our community through numerous worthy, non-profit organizations,” Edwards said. “For participants in the 2012 tour, we have an even larger number of national and local vendors providing huge building savings from windows, roofing, lumber and insulation to free Kohler products, lighting and 55% off Thermador appliances. All of this information is presented in a concise vendor book given to home owners.”
The call for participants is currently underway through June 30, 2011. Information is available with success stories of the 2010 tour available via Facebook at Master Custom Builders Council of TN. Edwards said the Charity Tour of Homes has a uniform plan for discounts and free products available in an over 100-page vendor book.
“People can build at home sites across the mid-state area and qualify for huge building discounts and free building products all thoroughly detailed in our vendor book. There are incredible discounts from national and local vendors. It is a very transparent process and those building see the discounts immediately with the home owner getting the discount instead of the builder,” Edwards said.
The Master Custom Builders Council of Tennessee was founded in 2008 as an elite group of builders leveraging their resources to provide cost savings and increase services for home owners. The Charity Tour of Homes was established by the council as a means to give back to the community while helping invigorate the economy with new home building interest.
The Master Custom Builders Council of Tennessee is an elite group of the finest custom-home builders in the mid-state sharing a deep passion for their craft and for providing their clients the finest in custom, residential construction. Originally brought together to leverage their buying power and cost savings for clients, the group established the Charity Tour of Homes in 2010 with proceeds benefiting seven, community non-profit organizations. For more information and a complete listing of council members, visit www.customhomesnashville.com