Tour 12 Beautifully Remodeled Homes 
Click a company name or image for details


2320 Baseview Dr., Pinckney
Lake House Rebuilt 



10014 Huron Creek Dr., Dexter
Classic Kitchen with Custom Cabinetry,
Exotic Materials, Custom Ironwork & Fixtures



523 Sunset, Ann Arbor
2-Story Addition to a 1920s-Era Home
with New Kitchen, Bath, & Mudroom


487 Dunnington Dr., Ann Arbor
Major Kitchen Renovation: Opening Up
Spaces and Changing Configuration


1517 Pauline, Ann Arbor
Kitchen and Bath Remodel


1620 Mershon, Ann Arbor
First Floor Remodel: Kitchen, Bath,
and Laundry Room


1305 King George Blvd., Ann Arbor
Expanded Kitchen with Bar and Buffet Area,
Open Design Flowing into Formal Dining Room



2025 Seneca Ave., Ann Arbor
Kitchen, Bath, Laundry, Great Room
and Master Bedroom Renovation



2972 Gale RD., Ann Arbor
A Shapely Contemporary Kitchen




685 Deer ST., Plymouth
Total Revamp of Upper Level Duplex:
Every Room Updated With Modern Aesthetic



1087 William St., Plymouth
A Not So Big® Inspired Craftsman Bungalow:
An Elegant, Livable “Addition by Subtraction”




466 Blunk St., Plymouth
Whole House Remodel: Addition Including
Kitchen, Family Room, Master Bedroom & Bath


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We are looking for an experienced Account Manager who can scope and sell remodeling projects. We need someone knowledgeable and friendly who will hold themselves to a very high standard of professionalism. 

If you or someone you know fits that bill, Meadowlark can offer a fun work atmosphere with great team spirit, field crews who make us look good, and above-average compensation in the industry. This is a great opportunity with lots of upside potential for the right person. 

Please let us know if you know someone who would be a fit for this description, or encourage them to apply via the link below. 




~ Team Meadowlark

Preview this year’s exciting remodeled homes that will on our 24th annual REMODELERS HOME TOUR - September 28th & 29th!


Download a Preview of the 2013 Tour
Photos, remodelers, addresses and a map

See the interactive Google Map of the 12 locations on the Tour here.

Here’s a sneak peek at the next BRAG Ann Arbor event publication & ad image for the 2013 Remodelers Home Tour. 
The project shown here is from the 2012 Tour, entered by Custom Design Build and the photographer is Steve Kuzma.(actual number of homes is yet to be determined)
More details will be posted in the coming months at

Here’s a sneak peek at the next BRAG Ann Arbor event publication & ad image for the 2013 Remodelers Home Tour

The project shown here is from the 2012 Tour, entered by Custom Design Build and the photographer is Steve Kuzma.(actual number of homes is yet to be determined)

More details will be posted in the coming months at

Old West Side Home for Sale!
402 Koch, Ann Arbor, MI 48104


Full details at:

The Parade of Homes begins in two days!

Browse through the homes with photos, details and more!

Realtors and BRAG Ann Arbor members get 1/2 off tickets, during the pre-sale until noon on Thursday.

Free “Living in a Smarter Home” Seminars: June 8th and July 15

10:30 - 12 noon at the Meadowlark Energy office, 3250 W. Liberty, Ann Arbor

Your home should be comfortable year-round, keep you supplied with high-quality air, and waste as little energy and water as possible. Attend this free, fun, and informative seminar to discover how just how well your home is currently performing, and what you can do to make it even smarter. You’ll learn:

  • Common home performance deficiencies and how they can contribute to your discomfort, high energy bills, and poor health
  • Smart building techniques – what people right here in Ann Arbor are doing to build smarter homes
  • Smart home upgrades – practical approaches to making your home smarter, safer, and more comfortable

Register Online or call 734-619-9024.

Associates & Remodelers Councils Networking Lunch

Wednesday, May 15, 2013, 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
BRAG Ann Arbor Lower Level: 179 Little Lake Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Curious about joining the BRAG Ann Arbor, or just trying to build business and get more out of your membership? Join the Washtenaw Remodelers Council and the Associates Council for networking, lunch and information. Each month features a new topic and Sponsor.

Sponsor:  Call Your Help Desk


Register Here


MAY 2nd 11:30 am - 1:30 am at BRAG Ann Arbor

NEXTbuilding Forum Presentation: Alternative Building Materials 


As we continue our evolving understanding of building science principles 
as they relate to high performance buildings and reducing our built form’s impact on the planet it is ironic that “everything old is new again”.  The question becomes are natural, locally/regionally sourced, non-toxic, bio-based wall assemblies possible in our cold weather climate region of the U.S?  Can these types of building envelope systems be effective without causing hygro-thermal performance and assembly durability issues?  Join us for a NBF conclave live webinar presentation by a leading national expert that will provide an understanding of two fundamental natural materials: straw and clay.  This presentation will describe material properties and a methodology for using each of them appropriately in cold, wet climates and still avoid moisture, rot and mold issues.  Individuals pursuing local straw bale projects will be on hand to share their knowledge as well.  

Come and learn how yes, in fact it is possible!

Sigi Koko is the principal designer at Down to Earth Design, which she founded in1998 to help her clients manifest their dreams of living in a natural, healthy home. She translates each client’s vision into a unique building design that reflects their personality & lifestyle, while responding to the surrounding landscape & climate. Sigi’s unique collaborative design process provides information & support that encourages her clients to engage fully throughout the design process. Sigi also teaches natural building workshops that empower her clients to contribute creatively during the construction of their own home. All of Sigi’s projects are designed to function in synchronicity with their environment. Each building relates to seasonal cycles of sun, wind, and rain to provide natural heating and cooling primarily from passive (free!) sources. 

Her clients enjoy an average 75% reduction in total energy usage compared to conventional buildings. She uses building materials that ensure healthy indoor spaces & minimal environmental impact.

Speakers: Sigi Koko, Down to Earth Design

Date/Time: May 2, 2013 / 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

Cost: Absolutely Free

Location: 179 Little Lake Drive, Ann Arbor MI 48103

Phone:  734.996.0100


Links: Alliance for Environmental Sustainability

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