Back By Popular Demand - "Building Blocks"

Program by Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod

Centerville, MA – The Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod (HB&RACC) is pleased to announce ‘Building Blocks’ an 8-week informational series to help homeowners navigate their building, remodeling and design projects – large or small – from start to finish. Designed to help prepare homeowners to make good and timely decisions, to assist in the smooth execution of their projects, and to help them avoid costly mistakes by preparing them for the many aspects of the construction process – from beginning to end.

“The first 'Building Blocks' program was a huge success and I'm so glad we're repeating it,” said Amy Britton, owner of Artisan Kitchens, Osterville, MA. “Everyone who attended told us they came away with valuable knowledge to help prepare them for their upcoming projects - we had attendees interested in everything from bathrooms, kitchens, small remodels, to new home construction. It's the only program I'm aware of where you can find this kind of expertise all collected into one curriculum and geared strictly towards the homeowner. I've been in the industry for over 30 years and even I learned new things from experts in other fields,” Britton concluded.

This year’s Building Blocks series will be held on Wednesdays, September 25 – November 13 from 5:15 – 6:45 pm at the Yarmouth Police Department Training Center/Conference Room. “This is a great way for our association’s trusted industry experts to get in front of, and connect with, homeowners to educate them on the process and to answer their specific questions,” said Chris Flanagan, Executive Officer of HB&RACC. “Each session demystifies a different phase of a building or remodeling project from beginning to end, helping homeowners avoid costly mistakes.”

Cost is $10.00 per Session. The public can sign up for just one, or all eight sessions. Go to capecodbuilders.org/events to register. Space is limited and registration is required.


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