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34th Annual

Garden & Show

Visit over 150 Booths!

Charity Playhouse Competition

Ciscoe Morris • 2pm Sunday

Kid’s Activities

MARCH 21, 22 & 23 • 2014 Presented by:

Skagit / Island Counties Builders Association

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Welcome ........................................................................2 Home & Garden Show Committee................................3 SICBA Gives Back ...........................................................4 SICBA Member Benefits ................................................5 Seminars & Events .........................................................6 Professional Design - Why Bother? ............................8-9 5th Annual Playhouse Competition ............................ 10 Kids Activity Area .........................................................12 Recycling Construction & Demolition Debris ........14-15 Energy Saving Tips for Your Home .........................16-17 Construction Crash Course..........................................18 Exhibitor List By Category ...................................... 19-23 Map of Fairgrounds & Exhibitor Booths .....................24 Exhibitor Alphabetical List ......................................26-39 Save Energy with Puget Sound Energy ......................40


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from the siCBA home and garden show Co-Chair, & siCBA president thom richter (right) and Co-Chair, Dave hillman (left)

As co-chairs of this year’s show, we are honored to present the 34th Annual SICBA Home and Garden Show. Special thanks to SICBA’s partner in presenting the show, the skagit Valley herald, our Major Sponsor - judd & black, Education Sponsor- puget sound energy, Prize Sponsor- Craft stove of Western Washington and Show Sponsors Banner Bank, B.e.l.l. mowing landscape services, Cascade lumber and Washington tractor. We hope to see you as the show kicks off on Friday, March 21st, with more than 140 exhibitors sharing what’s new and hot in products and services for your home or garden. If there is a home improvement project or product in your future you’ll be sure to find the information you need from professionals covering all home improvement categories. As you wander the exhibitor buildings, rest assured that the companies you see are registered, licensed as required and bonded. Be sure to make a stop at the SICBA membership booth in building C to pick up a Referral Directory for contractors in both Skagit and Island counties.

We welcome Ciscoe Morris and Graham Kerr back to the show as well as many seminars on subjects that are relevant for today’s homeowners. You’ll be happy to hear that we have moved all speakers and seminars to the more intimate setting of building A for this year’s show. Playhouse Lane, complete with display landscapes, is here again this year. Bring your kids and try your hand at winning one of the playhouses for yourself as you support five local charities. The partnership of builders, landscapers and charities creates a synergy that comes through with exciting results; don’t miss out on this year’s display. The kid’s activity is back as well this year with help from the YMCA. So, bring the whole family and spend the day enjoying the food, fun and exhibitors and entertainment at the 34th Annual SICBA Home and Garden Show.

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2014 home & garden show Committee thom richter, Co-Chair Pharaoh’s Construction Committee Member since 2008 Dave hillman, Co-Chair Hillman’s Tranquil Hardscapes Committee Member since 2011 Ben sousa Craft Stove of Western WA Inc. Committee Member since 2011

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lloyd Chandler B.E.L.L. Mowing Landscape Services LLC Committee Member since 2013

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2014 Home & Garden Show Committee (left to right) Dave Hillman. Tim Walsh, Lloyd Chandler, Thom Richter, Tim Garrison & Ben Sousa

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SICBA Gives Back To The Community! • For 2013, 8 scholarships were awarded to local high school students for a total of $5,500! • From 1997 to 2010, $95,705 was given by SICBA members to purchase chicken for the Skagit & Island counties food banks from our Chicken Challenge. • We support Island County Habitat for Humanity! • In 2009, SICBA members took on the Raines Project by building a ground floor medical accessible bedroom for 4-year-old Landon Raines. He has a rare genetic disease called Pompe Disease.

• In 2013, SICBA built the Wounded Warriors in Action cabin for wounded warriors to recover through outdoor activities. • Since 2010, SICBA members have built playhouses that were donated to local charities! In 2010 the playhouses raised over $17,500 for the charities; in 2011 the playhouses raised over $16,000 for the charities; in 2012 the playhouses raised over $17,000 for local charities; and in 2013 the playhouses raised close to $36,000!

• The Camano Island Chapter of SICBA spearheaded the complete refurbishing of the Stanwood/Camano Food Bank Christmas House.

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That is a total of over $85,000 that the 23 playhouses have raised for local charities! SICBA members are proud to support their communities with the annual playhouse competition!

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seminars & events at the 34th siCBA home & garden show BuilDing A

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3pm – home BuYer Workshop on Zero Down Loan Program & 5% Down Payment Grants. By Carol Harris of Prime Lending.

FriDAY FeAtures

sAturDAY FeAtures

noon – To be announced

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Professional Design – Why Bother?

By Tim Garrison, P.E., The Builder’s Engineer™ Hiring the right design team will force you to think through your project. They know the gotchas, the right questions to ask. They know all the steps and the sequence. They know the permitting process - law requires a permit for virtually any remodel or new construction project. Many a would-be real estate transaction has stalled or failed at the discovery of an addition or remodel done without a permit.

Hiring an architect and / or an engineer costs money,: money that could instead be used for upgraded cabinets or carpets. And who wants to work with a snooty design professional anyway? Seems they’re always advising what you can’t do. While the above is sometimes true, almost always it’s still worthwhile to hire a competent design team. Here’s why.

Mistakes Cost 3X.

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Building without a good plan, or sometimes without a plan at all, is bound to lead to miscues. Every mistake costs big: 1) You build it wrong. 2) You tear it out. 3) You rebuild it. 4) While you were tearing out and rebuilding, you could have been doing something else – lost opportunity; 5) There’s mental and relationship costs in steps 1-4. You can see that it doesn’t take many mistakes to pay for good up-front design.

What is the difference between architects and designers? Strictly speaking, the difference usually comes down to education and licensure. But practically speaking, for most residential projects, a good designer will probably cost a little less in fee, and serve you as well as a good architect. In my book, the difference comes down to experience. Whoever has been through the drill


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the most times generally is the best suited, regardless of education or licensure. Certainly some architects are known for their design flair and panache, and if that’s what you’re after that’s who you should hire. If, on the other hand, you know exactly what you want and are more motivated by price, a designer may be more appropriate. Of course there are exceptions in both cases.


Do you know the most common construction problem, according to the insurance industry? It’s soil failure: settlement, sliding, erosion, expansion, etc. The irony is that nearly all are avoidable if a geotechnical consultant is brought in during project planning. Yes, it costs a little, but it’s money well spent. A house built on junk will in time become junk itself. I have made a good living designing expensive fixes for houses that have settled, cracked, bulged, or slid.

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What about structural engineers – are they different than geotechnical engineers? In a word, yes. I, for example, am a licensed professional engineer who practices structural design and analysis. I don’t do geotechnical or civil engineering. So when the building department requires, or your architect / designer recommends, structural engineering, you could come see me. For engineering of water, sewer, storm drainage, or roads, you’d see a civil engineer.

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When hiring any professional for your design team, here are the main criteria to consider. • Nice. Is this person someone I’d like to have lunch with? If not, move on. You’ll be spending a lot of time together, you should like one another. • Responsive. Does this person return phone calls and emails in a timely manner? Test this early, before you sign a contract. This is probably the number one complaint about consultants. • Experience With My Type of Project. How many similar projects has this person done? If less than 50, move on. • References. Ask for references and then check them. Yes, actually call 3 or more past clients. This is the only way you’ll know if the sales pitch is real. • Value. Notice I didn’t say “cheapest fee.” With consultants, like most things, you get what you pay for. I, for example, am not the cheapest engineer in town. But I bring the best value because: I won’t nickel and dime you with change orders; my designs are done with your bottom line in mind, i.e. I meet code but I don’t exceed it with a bunch of extra wood, concrete, and steel that you have to pay for; and lastly my service stays with you through construction – I want you to call if something weird comes up. To summarize, a new house or a remodel is far more complex than most people realize. You wouldn’t undergo a medical procedure without a good doctor and support staff. Why, then, build something that you’ll use daily for many years without the aid of a professional design team?

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Now in its fifth year, SICBA’s Annual Playhouse Competition again has five playhouses entered. The unique designs and quality construction has garnered over $85,000 for 16 local charities these past 4 years. Having seen the five playhouses entered this year, we can see no reason why the local charities shouldn’t be anticipating great rewards again this year. The playhouses are brought together with our member landscaping companies to display them together to create “The Playhouse Lane”. The landscapers work with the member builders on the theme of their playhouse to design landscaping that enhances the playhouse. Last year, we saw a




castle with a moat, a ranger’s station with a forest, and a man’s cave with a lawn that never has to be mowed, astro turf! On the next page are the “2014 SICBA Playhouse Competition Teams”, their respective charities and their landscapers. Don’t forget to visit us at for playhouse ticket information, links to the charities and additional information on the 34th Annual SICBA Home and Garden Show. Or you can purchase your raffle tickets for your favorite playhouse at the show! While you are at the Home and Garden Show be sure to place your vote for “Best of Show.”

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2014 playhouse Competition entries Playhouse #1

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Recycling Construction and Demolition Debris By John Yeasting of Lautenbach Recycling Most of us have been recycling our household recyclables for years, and some of us have been recycling cardboard or metals off job-sites, but did you know that most job-site waste is recyclable? And similar to curbside recycling, you can put most of it in a single mixed recycling dumpster. Debris into Resources By bringing construction and demolition (C&D) debris to a material recovery facility (MRF) for processing, the various components can be efficiently separated into new raw materials for end-uses that range from energy recovery to value-added manufacturing. Some materials are processed right at the MRF, such as wood waste that is sorted and ground into clean wood chips for local mills. Other materials, like metals are sent off to other recyclers who further prepare

the material and ship it off to large end users. A leading edge recyclable is asphalt roofing shingles. After much nationwide research by the recycling industry, asphalt pavement companies are now mixing recycled asphalt shingles into paving mixes, where the liquid asphalt can be reactivated as binder, saving costly petroleum resources. The Washington State DOT recently approved a paving specification that includes recycled asphalt shingles. Plan for Recycling Call a local recycler or ask your current service provider for a construction and demolition debris recycling dumpster. Typically ranging from 15 to 45 cubic yards in size, you can order one that fits your needs and job site accessibility. Small jobs can make a mixed debris pile and haul it themselves to a recycler.

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dumpster pick-up services. They are scaled in and charged on net weight at rates less than disposal fees. If you are not sure if your load is acceptable for recycling, you can always stop in and if the facility cannot accept it, the transfer station is right next door. local MarKets anD Jobs When customers choose local contractors, it benefits the local economy. Choosing to recycle your jobsite debris provides the same benefits by creating jobs in the recovery, recycling and end-use of the materials. The Lautenbach MRF works with local recycler TriCounty Recycling for its cardboard and certain other materials, as well as local metal recyclers and end users. Processed wood waste is sent to local mills like Sierra Pacific and Port Townsend Paper where it replaces virgin wood chips for energy production. DeMolish for recycling Beyond the material handling guidelines for construction debris discussed previously, it’s important that demolition projects are properly surveyed and abated for lead and

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Energy-saving Tips for Your Home Saving energy doesn’t have to be a challenge—you can take simple steps every day to manage your home’s energy use!


• Set the thermostat to 68°F or lower when you’re at home and awake, and lower 7°F to 10°F when you’re asleep or away. Install and properly set a programmable thermostat to make this happen automatically. • If you have baseboard heaters, turn the thermostat down or off in unoccupied rooms and close the door. Do not do this if you have a furnace or heat pump.

professional to ensure it’s not only operating efficiently, but safely, too. • Clean or replace your furnace or heat pump filters regularly throughout the heating season— about every two months. • Keep areas in front of baseboard and wall heaters, room registers and return air grills clean and clear of furnishings, curtains or other objects that block air flow.

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Water Heating

• Set the water heater thermostat to 120°F or the “low” setting.

• Find and fix leaks in fixtures and pipes. If your water heater is leaking, replace it. • Install inexpensive pipe insulation on all exposed hot water pipes and on the first three feet of exposed cold water pipe that is connected to the water heater. • Wash clothes in cold water and take shorter showers. • Use the dishwasher rather than hand-washing dishes and don’t pre-rinse dishes. • Install low-flow, highperformance showerheads and faucet aerators.


• Replace incandescent lighting with ENERGY STAR® qualified compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs and fixtures, particularly in areas you use most. They use up to 75 percent less energy while lasting 10 times longer. • Choose the right bulb for each room. CFL bulbs come in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit nearly every household fixture.

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Appliances and electronics

• Avoid over-drying laundry and clean the lint filter every time you use it to decrease drying time. • Think about whether you need that second fridge or freezer in the garage or basement. Older units can cost more than $100 a year to power. • When cooking, match pots and pans to the right-sized burner. Use a microwave oven, rather than your stove, to heat food whenever possible.

• Many electronics draw power even when turned off. Plug items like TVs, DVD players and game consuls into power strips that you can switch off when not in use. Special “smart” power strips do this automatically.


• Use inexpensive weatherstripping and door sweeps to reduce air leaks around entry doors. For a no-cost fix, roll up a bath towel and hold it against the bottom of the door with a weight. • Fill, patch or caulk holes in floors and ceilings connected to unheated spaces. Often, large holes can be found in closets. Weather strip or temporarily seal access doors or hatches leading to

unheated upper floors or attics. • Check that your floors, walls, duct system and attic ceiling are properly insulated. • To learn more or for personalized advice, call a PSE Energy Advisor at 1-800-5621482, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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The construction process can be intimidating the first time you decide to hire a contractor. You may not know where to start, or even what the steps are. Understanding the flow of construction helps you control costs and the end result. Each project can be broken into four basic phases: define, design, bid, and build. Following each of these phases in this proper order will help your project become a success!


First, define your project’s scope, budget, and finish level. Consider how much floor space you need and its layout. You should also consider quality of finishes such as floors and cabinets. With this in mind, a general contractor or

architect should be able to give you a rough but realistic budget. Builder’s Tips: Visit the “Directory” section at www. to find qualified and licensed architects and general contractors. Budget a contingency of 5-10% of the construction cost to cover unexpected costs or upgrades you may choose to implement. Your lender may require this. Spending adequate time here will save you time and money in subsequent steps.


A well documented design is the best investment you can make in your project. An accurate and detailed set of drawings defines your project scope and ensures that bids you receive


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are comparable to each other. For some projects, a builder may be able to design the project or will have it done in a design-build arrangement. For new construction or projects involving significant structural modifications, you’ll usually need to hire an architect. Builder’s Tips: While architectural drawings will specify generalities, such as hardwood floors, a finish schedule will define the flooring as a “prefinished solid oak,” increasing the accuracy of your budget. Save pictures of projects and details you would like to incorporate into your design for better communication with your architect. Let your architect know your construction budget so that it is considered in the design.


Whether you’re soliciting a proposal from one builder or three, you’ll want them to define their price and scope of work prior to entering into a contract with them. Pricing may take up to a month depending on project scope. Choose contractors who have experience in projects like yours for accurate pricing and smooth construction. Compare the contractors’ stated scope in addition to their pricing, as they may interpret your design different and include or exclude portions of the project.


Builder’s Tips: Working with a friend? Then a contract and budget that define the project may save your friendship in case of a misunderstanding. A bid will often exclude sales tax and utility hookups. Don’t forget these while budgeting! To reduce potential problems, only solicit bids from licensed and bonded general contractors. You can verify this at

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THANK YOU to the 2014

SICBA Home & Garden Show Sponsors!

34th Annual

Garden & Show

Presented by:

Skagit / Island Counties Builders Association

& Speakers Presented by:

Major Sponsor:

Prize Sponsor: Additional Sponsors:

Media Sponsors: We would like to additionally thank the following companies for their contributions:

WiFi provided by:


SICBA Home & Garden Show Participants A Better Solution

Adair Homes

Aliza Perry 3302 Cedardale Rd., Ste. A500 Mount Vernon, WA 360-336-2100 Category: Builders Booth: D 23

SICBA Member Since 2012

Tim Walsh 2929 Hollydale Acres Lane Mount Vernon, WA 360-280-7621 Category: Handyman Booth: O 107

ADT Security Services LLC

11824 N. Creek Pkwy N #105 Bothell, WA 425-780-9661 Category: Home Services & Products Booth: C 25

Absolute Plumbing

SICBA Member Since 2010

Jeremy Oliver P.O. Box 1445 Mount Vernon, WA 360-610-6141 Category: Plumbing Booth: C 13

Arlington Electric

SICBA Member Since 2009 Built Green® Member

Joan Tilton 13310 240th St. NE Arlington, WA 360-403-0515 Category: Electrical/Solar/Generators Booth: C 23 & 24

Banner Bank

SICBA Member Since 1998

570 NE Midway Blvd. Oak Harbor, WA 360-240-8533 Category: Financial Services Booth: C 09 Custom Closets & Bedrooms

“Our business is a solution to your problem.”

Done in a day. Beautiful for life.

• Home Office • Closets • Murphy Wall Beds • Pantries 4073 Hannegan Rd Suite A Bellingham, WA 98226 360-738-9121 / 800-394-4403 office

“NW’s original closet and storage company ... serving Skagit County for over 24 years with over 13900 satisfied customers.”

Home Get theShow durableKitchen beauty ofSpecial granite, without the headaches and hassles of new countertop installation. Our superior granite surface is bonded permanently over your existing countertop, and installs in most kitchens in a day. It’s non-staining, maintenance-free, and backed by a LIFETIME WARRANTY.

Ask about the Cutco Forever Guarantee! ®

MADE IN AMERICA :: See us at Booth #D28 28

2014 SICBA Home and Garden Show


11524 Mukilteo Speedway • Mukilteo, WA

Banner Power Solutions

Eric Hull & Guy Knoblich 19903 Serene Lane Sedro Woolley, WA 360-724-7861 Category: Solar Power Booth: C 05

Barron Heating

SICBA Member Since 1995 Built Green® Member

John Barron & Bill Pinkey 3302 Cedardale Rd. Mount Vernon, WA 360-424-4962 Category: Heating/HVAC/Stoves & Fireplaces Booth: F 11-15


SICBA Member Since 2012

Cam Bedry 6900 220th St. SW, Ste. A Mountlake Terrace, WA 425-712-8268 Category: Home Services & Products Booth: B 10 & 11

Bay Equity Home Loans 780 S. Burlington Blvd. Burlington, WA 360-755-3689 Category: Financial Services Booth: C 17

Grahm Kerr • Friday, 1pm We are locally owned and operated and have been serving Washington state for more than 20 years. The quality of our craftsmanship and relationships with our customers is something in which we take great pride. Our competitive pricing coupled with our 100% customer satisfaction guarantee allows Perdue Builders & Supply, Inc. to stand out from the rest.

Call today for a free estimate 800-430-6988 LIC# HANDYHI088JW

SAVE 30-60% over the cost of total kitchen replacement! You don’t have to tear out your kitchen! 1/4” Solid Wood Cabinet Refacing, Custom Quartz Countertops


See us at Booth #D-11

SICBA Home & Garden Show Participants Birch Equipment

SICBA Member Since 2000

Sarah Rothenbuhler 2609 Old Hwy 99 S. Mount Vernon, WA 360-428-7788 Category: Rental Equipment Booth: F 29 & 30

Born Electrical Services SICBA Member Since 2011

Kristopher Born 14037 Maccoys Ct. Bow, WA 360-391-3997

Cascade Custom Concrete

Comfort Glow

Bow, WA 360-661-5860 Category: Landscape/Stone/Concrete Booth: O 109

Jim Youngsman 18697 Hickcox Rd. Mount Vernon, WA 360-424-3789 Category: Infrared Heating Booth: D 20

SICBA Member Since 2011 Clint Terwillger 13195 Persons Rd.

College Pro Painters 800-32PAINT Category: Painters Booth: D 37

SICBA Member Since 2004

Community Energy Challenge

1322 N. State St. Bellingham, WA 360-676-6099

Category: Public Service/Education Booth: F 20

Category: Electrical/Generators/Solar Booth: C 11


FREE ESTIMATES P.O. Box 357 Marysville, WA 1-888-698-DUCT (3828) 360-572-0464

Residential Air Duct Cleaning Commercial Air Duct Cleaning Dryer Vent Cleaning Furnace Filter Replacement Lic# DUCTVNL934BR

Visit us at the SICBA Home Show Booth #O-108

Creative Surfaces Custom Stone Fabrication & Installation


9968 Padilla Heights Rd. Anacortes, WA 98221


Economical, Efficient & Environmentally Friendly Home & Office Heating Jim Youngsman Owner 18697 Hickox Road Mount Vernon, WA 98273

360-424-3789 Fax: 360-428-4010


2014 SICBA Home and Garden Show

SICBA Home & Garden Show Participants Complete Landscape Edging

Craft Stove of W. Wa. Inc SICBA Member Since 1995

Custom Closets and Bedrooms

CPI Plumbing & Heating

Creative Surfaces LLC

Cutco Cutlery

Kelly Schols 1900 Railroad Ave. Mount Vernon, WA 360-428-5636 Category: Plumbing Booth: C 29

Harold Christenson 9968 Padilla Hgts. Rd. Anacortes, WA 360-588-1463 Category: Countertops Booth: O 108

Jim Weaver 27601 3rd. Ave. NE Arlington, WA 360-629-6293 Category: Landscape/Stone/Concrete Booth: F 18 & 31 SICBA Member Since 1995

Rudy Kerkvliet 900 W. Division Mount Vernon, WA 360-336-2532 Category: Stoves/Fireplaces/BBQ’s Booth: C 01, 02, & 03 & O 114

Mike Buchholz 4073 Hannegan Road, Ste. A Bellingham, WA 360-738-9121 Category: Closet System F 10 Michael Southard, Local Rep. 1116 E. State St. Olean, NY 800-828-0448 Category: Household Cutlery Booth: D 28

SICBA Member Since 2006

For Construction Referals contact: or call 888-497-4222

Paint The Town

We take the “pain” out of painting! Troy Patrick Owner 3022 Beaver Place SedroWoolley, WA 98284 (360)441-9933 WA LIC # PAINTT*916B6

Call today for a free estimate!

Drake Closet Design Professionally Designed Storage Solutions

• Custom Closets • Garages • Pantries We Service Skagit, Island & Whatcom Counties Bring your closet measurements today for a free estimate! Locally Owned & Operated • Toll Free Skagit County 1-877-796-8690 • (360)756-6008

Don’t Cry...Call CPI! Service & Repair Residential • Commercial • Radiant Heating


Open 7 Days a Week 24 Hour Service Serving: Skagit County Mount Vernon Sedro-Woolley Burlington Anacortes

Lic#: CPIPLH*963JR 2014 SICBA Home and Garden Show


SICBA Home & Garden Show Participants Dahlman Pump & Well Drilling Inc.

DeWaard & Bode Appliances & Mattresses

Scott Fowler & Bruce Fowler 17313 Cook Rd. Bow, WA 360-757-6666 Category: Well Drilling/Pumping Booth: D 06

Jerry Roorda 3944 Meridian St. Bellingham, WA 360-733-5900 Category: Appliances/BBQ’s Booth: F 21, 26, 27, 28

SICBA Member Since 1991

Ductvac Northwest

SICBA Member Since 2011

Dave Kostecka 2120 Forest Drive Mount Vernon, WA 360-572-0464 Category: Air Duct Cleaning Booth: F 06

SICBA Member Since 2007

Dept. of Labor & Industries 525 E. College Way, Ste. H Mount Vernon, WA 360-416-3000 Category: Contractor Registration Booth: D 18

Check out the Kid’s Activity Sponsored by YMCA!

SICBA Member Since 2012

420 Pease Rd. Burlington, WA 360-757-0933 Category: Roofing/Siding Booth: B 02

Sam Drake PO Box 31845 Bellingham, WA 877-796-8690 Category: Closet System Booth: F 01

We’re people you’d like to do business HVAC Service with! Refrigeration Electric, Gas 24/7 & Propane


Esary Roofing & Siding Co Inc

Drake Closet Design, Inc.

Farmers Insurance Hillman-Weaver Agency

Lisa Weaver & Lana Hillman 2021 E. College Way, Ste. 104 Mount Vernon, WA 360-428-7742 Category: Insurance Booth: C 18

Visit Us at Booth 25, Building F

Flooring Connections International Inc

SICBA Member Since 2000

On-Call Service

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Lic #noRditC935LA

*On select mattresses $1999 or more. 12 months financing available on appliances $399 and up.



360.733.5900 •


*On in-stock items $599 or higher.

day pRicE match GUARANTEE!


*We will price match any local competitors price for 30 days.



APPLIANCES • MATTRESSES • FURNITURE • TVS maIn STore: 3944 Meridian St. • Bellingham AppliAnCeS | MAttreSSeS | Furniture | tVS ouTleT STore: 4175 Hannegan Rd. • Bellingham diSCOunt AppliAnCeS | pArtS & SerViCe

Locally Owned & Operated Since 1946!


*On your purchase of a new in-stock dishwasher.


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**See store for details.

2014 SICBA Home and Garden Show

Jerry Zwiers 9019 Molly Lane Anacortes, Wa 360-588-9663 Category: Flooring/Stone/ Tile/Countertops Booth: F 24

Flooring Outlet

Vicki Fazekas 560 S. Burlington Blvd Burlington, WA 360-542-6910 Category: Countertops/Flooring/ Stone/Tile/Window Coverings/Carpet C 20 & 21

SICBA Home & Garden Show Participants Foss Heating & Cooling

Great Floors

Roger Foss & Alex Gravley 333 E. Blackburn Road, Ste. A Mount Vernon, WA 360-336-1517 Category: Heating/HVAC Booth: C 15

Shad Waite, Manager 1250 Swan Dr. Burlington, WA 360-757-4600 Category: Flooring/Stone/Tile/ Cabinets/ Countertops Booth: B 06

SICBA Member Since 1985

Frontier Communications

SICBA Member Since 2008

SICBA Member Since 2011

Green Energy Solutions

Gibbs Roof Company

Handy’s Heating

Doug Gibbs 20871 Bulson Rd. Mount Vernon, WA 360-445-4235 Category: Roofing/Siding Booth: D 27

William Handy 17737 State Route 536 Mount Vernon, WA 800-367-1359 Category: Heating/HVAC/Stoves & Fireplaces Booth: O 103

Denise Sperle, GM 595 Pease Rd. Burlington, WA 360-757-6140 Category: Communications Booth: C 30

SICBA Member Since 2000

Gleam Guard International 1300 Peace Portal # 306 Blaine, WA (918) 951-3401 Category: Wood Refinishing Booth: F 16

Harley Exteriors Inc.

Christian Daher 22122 20th Ave. SE, Ste. 157 Bothell WA 425-527-0073 Category: Windows/doors/roofing Booth: B 03 - 05

Vic Porter 13306 104th Ace Ct. E Puyallup, WA 253-307-8980 Category: Insulation D 10 SICBA Member Since 1993

See Cisco Morris Sunday at 2pm

Visit us at the SICBA Home Show Booth # F33 & F34


Your connection to quality flooring



LIC# FLOORCI958LP 9019 Molly Lane, Anacortes (Behind Jerry Smith’s Chevrolet)

Granite Transformations

Deb & Bob Varner 11524 Mukilteo Speedway #101 Mukilteo, WA 425-349-9655 Category: Countertops Booth: C 06

Clean. Pure.


Dahlman Pump & Well Drilling, Inc. Drilling . Pumps . Sales . Service . Filtration .


17313 Cook Rd. Bow, WA 360.757.6666 | 1.800.277.4898

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SICBA Home & Garden Show Participants Health First Chiropractic

Michael Lenarz, DC 700 Murdock St., Ste. B Sedro Woolley, WA 360-855-1021 Category: Health Services Booth: C 27 & 28

Heritage Homecraft Inc

Chad Cechini 22021 W. Bostian Road, B4 Woodinville, WA 425-485-1600 Category: Cabinets/Countertops Booth: D 11

Hillman’s Tranquil Hardscapes

SICBA Member Since 2011

David Hillman 360-630-4449

Category: Landscape/Stone/Concrete Booth: C 14

Home Depot, The

SICBA Member Since 2007

2001 Market Place Burlington, WA 360-757-1986 Category: Home Services & Products Booth: D 16

Java Jo’s on the Go

Joan VanderMeulen Find us everywhere! We’re Mobile! 360-708-1357 Category: Food Vendor Booth: O 111

judd & black

SICBA Member Since 2011

Bob & Cory Long 2620 Cedardale Rd. Mount Vernon, WA 360-336-6515 Category: Appliances/BBQ’s Booth: D 43-48

Thank you Sponsors! Banner Bank, Cascade Lumber, Washington Tractor, and B.E.L.L Mowing Landscape Services • Retaining Walls, Patios, Waterfalls • Low Voltage Lighting • Irrigation/Pressure Washing • Integrated Plant Health Management Let us help with your maintenance needs Hardscape cleaning & sealing and continued maintenance


Licensed • Bonded • Insured


P.O. Box 2789 Mount Vernon

Visit PSE at booth D26 for easy ways to save money through simple steps to conserve energy at home.

Lisa Weaver and Lana Hillman

See us at Booth C18

For great deals on efficient lighting visit booth D49.

360-428-7742 • 2021 E College Way 34

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SICBA Home & Garden Show Participants K&L Media

Lisa Karlberg 909 Squalicum Way #909 Bellingham, WA 360-483-4576 Category: Publishing of Magazines Booth: F 02


SICBA Member Since 2004

2029 Freeway Drive Mount Vernon, WA 360-424-0660 Category: Media Booth: D 36

See Graham Kerr Friday at 1pm

Decorative Landscape Curbing Decorative Concrete Flooring

Killian Korn

Steven W Craft 16825 48th Ave. W #350 Lynnwood, WA 425-338-9265 Category: Gourmet Flavored Popcorn F 03

Landed Gentry Homes & Communities SICBA Member Since 1996

The Gentry Family 504 E. Fairhaven Ave. Burlington, WA 360-755-9021 Category: Builders Booth: B 01

Cascade Custom Concrete 360-661-5860

SICBA Member Since 2005 Build Green® Member

Troy & Torrey Lautenbach 13084 Ball Road Mount Vernon, WA 360-757-4000 Category: Construction Recycling & Demolition Booth: F 07

LeafFilter Gutter Protection 800-290-6106 Category: Gutters/Gutter Protection Booth: C 26

FLOORING OUTLET Family Owned and Operated Stone • Tile • Wood • Carpet • Window Coverings

Professional Installation and Supplies 560 S. Burlington Blvd. Burlington, WA 98233 360-542-6910 • 360-588-2276 Lic# CCO1 FLOORO*927NK

• Residential & Commercial • Custom Colors & Patterns Clint Terwilliger #CCCASCACC894MN

Lautenbach Recycling

Skagit County: 360-757-0933 Whatcom County: 360-318-0604 San Juan County: 360-468-3278 Toll Free: 1-800-735-7183

FREE Measures FREE Advice FREE Estimates

FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED “Covering the Northwest Since 1967”

LIC# ESARYRS17SKE 420 Pease Road, Burlington, WA 98233 • • Fax: (360) 757-0932 2014 SICBA Home and Garden Show


SICBA Home & Garden Show Participants Lowe’s Home Improvement SICBA Member Since 2011

Debbie Yates, Mgr. 1717 Freeway Drive Mount Vernon, WA 360-424-5838 Category: Building Materials & Supplies Booth: D 33

Lyndale Glass

SICBA Member Since 1993

106 W. Fir Street Mount Vernon, WA 360-336-5511 Category: Windows/Doors & Glass Booth: F 33 & 34

Mount Vernon Carpet One Floor & Home SICBA Member Since 1979

Debbie Monetti & Lisa Newman 400 W. Fir Street Mount Vernon, WA 360-336-6533 Category: Flooring/Stone/Tile/ Cabinets/Countertops Booth: D 24 & 25

Mt. Baker Overhead Garage Doors Inc.

Dave Carpenter 315 Alger CCC Rd Sedro Woolley, WA 800-468-5330 Category: Garage Doors Booth: D 22

Natural Way Chiropractic & Massage Thomas Foskolos 1825 Riverside Dr. Mount Vernon, WA 360-424-9600 Category: Chiropractic Booth: D 13

Nordic Temperature Control, Inc. SICBA Member Since 2013

Jake Hovik & Kevin Hansen 200 Washington Ave. Burlington, WA 98233 360-873-8163 Category: Heating/HVAC/Stoves & Fireplaces Booth: F 25

Northstar Stone & Landscape Supply

SICBA Member Since 2011

Jeff Hofeditz 3312 Old Hwy 99 S. Mount Vernon, WA 360-428-4141 Category: Landscape/Stone/Concrete Booth: O 104

Northwest Hot Springs Spas Inc. SICBA Member Since 2006


Adam Klassen, D.C. 360.855.1021

700 Murdock St. Suite B • Sedro-Woolley, WA Care For Those Suffering From Headaches, Head & Neck Injuries 36

2014 SICBA Home and Garden Show

Dan Hyatt 507 Fisher Lane Burlington, WA 360-757-1888 Category: Spas Booth: C 07 & 08

Thank you for attending the SICBA Home & Garden Show!

SICBA Home & Garden Show Participants Paint the Town

Troy Patrick 3022 Beaver Pl. Sedro-Woolley, WA 360-441-9933 Category: Painters Booth: D 19

Perdue Builders & Supply Inc. Richard Perdue 20322 96th Ave. NE Bothell, WA 425-398-8609 Category: Siding Booth: D 02

Pharaoh’s Construction

Puget Sound Energy

Thom Richter 1500A E. College Way, #416 Mount Vernon, WA 360-424-1840 Category: Builders Booth: C 12

Built Green® Member

SICBA Member Since 2008

SICBA Member Since 1979

355 110 Ave. NE Bellevue, WA 425-456-2301 Category: Utilities Booth: D 26


Rainshield Roofing & Construction

SICBA Member Since 2010

Carol Harris, Representative 5010 Grove Street Marysville, WA 360-547-7857 Category: Financial Services Booth: B 08

Rick Smith 6067 Portal Way Ferndale, WA 888-858-ROOF Category: Roofing/Siding Booth: B 09

Vote for your Favorite Playhouse! Winner Announced Sunday at 3pm


Real difference. Right now. Exterior Pain�ng Specialists, Free Es�mates, 2-Year Warranty, Fully Insured, BBB A+ Ra�ng, Many Local References Available, WA License # COLLEPP080K8

Carol Harris

senior loan officer Cell: (425) 478-1638 Direct: (360) 547-7857 NMLS: 518858 Mortgages without obstacles.

Your Power Equipment Authority 1-800-32-PAINT (1-800-327-2468)

Schedule your FREE es�mate TODAY! 4220 Old Hwy. 99 So. Mount Vernon • 360-424-7995 2014 SICBA Home and Garden Show


SICBA Home & Garden Show Participants Rainy Day Basement Systems, Inc.

Ronk Bros. Heating & A/C

Skagit Building Salvage

Dan & Lovey Malsch 18931 59th Ave. NE Arlington, WA 360-435-6992 Category: Home Services & Products Booth: F 17

Paul Ronk 210 Northern Ave. Sedro-Woolley, WA 360-855-1025 Category: Heating/HVAC/ Stoves & Fireplaces Booth: C 16

Brandon Cardinal & David Mahlum 17994 SR 536 Mount Vernon, WA 360-416-3399 Category: Building Materials & Supplies C 10

Rhineland Cutlery PNW

Seaside Landscape Inc

SICBA Member Since 2007

Greg & Marlene Coates Bellingham, WA 360-543-5901 Category: Household Cutlery Booth: D 32

SICBA Member Since 1991

SICBA Member Since 2009

Chad Davis PO Box 1676 Stanwood, WA 360-387-8662 Category: Landscaper Contractor Booth: D 03

See us at Booth O106 360-756-0909 1071 Van Dyk Rd. Lynden

SICBA Member Since 2008

Skagit/Island Counties Builders Association SICBA Chartered in 1979

15571A Peterson Road Burlington, WA 360-757-6919 Booth: C 22

Largest selection of landscaping supplies for homeowners & contractors. • Bark • Gravel • Decorative Rock • Pavers • Flagstone • Wall Stone & much more!

Now open in Mount Vernon. Located at 1825 Riverside Drive 360-424-9600 Come visit us at booth #D13

Mount Vernon I-5 & Anderson Road EXIT 225 3312 Old Hwy 99 South

1825 Riverside Dr. Suite A • 360.424.9600



2014 SICBA Home and Garden Show

SICBA Home & Garden Show Participants SICBA’s Built Green® Booth 15571A Peterson Road Burlington, WA 360-757-6916 Booth: F 09

Skagit Publishing LLC

SICBA Member Since 1999

Heather Hernandez 1215 Anderson Road Mount Vernon, WA 360-424-3251 Category: Publishing/Advertising/ Printing Booth: D 01

Solar Gem Greenhouses, Inc

Sunland Bark & Topsoil

Special-T Window Films

Sunrise Shading

SICBA Member Since 1998

John Hamil 1904 Stewart St. Tacoma, WA 253-383-3055 Category: Greenhouse MFG. Booth: O 105

Edward Little 12469 Reservation Road Anacortes, WA 360-293-7188 Category: Landscape Supply Booth: C 19

Alan Donnelly 360-738-6995 Category: Window Tinting Booth: D 29

Dave Yost 9805 NE 116th, #7203 Kirkland, WA 425-443-8834 Category: Awnings/Deck covers Booth: D 07, 08, & 09

Many Thanks to judd & black, Major Sponsor! WINDOW FILMS

See Us at Booth #D-22


Serving the garage door industry in Skagit, Whatcom & Island Counties for over 30 years. • 360.724.3261 • •

Your Home, Your Style! Act Now &ngs Get Special Savi W! During the SHO

10% OFF



106 W. Fir Street, Mount Vernon 360-336-5511 • Also: Bellingham, Lynden,Ferndale 2014 SICBA Home and Garden Show


SICBA Home & Garden Show Participants System Pavers

Larry Green & Doug Lueck 3750 S. Susan St. Santa Ana, CA 92704 800-263-8300 Category: Pavers & Turf Booth: B 07

Taylor’s Backyard Center Bob Taylor 1071 Van Dyk Rd. Lynden WA 360-756-0909 Category: Spas Booth: O 106

TechniArt Inc

Daniel Cabeza 835 S. 192nd St., Ste. 1100 SeaTac, WA 206-661-1755 Category: Utilities Booth: D 49

The Real Estate Book

SICBA Member Since 2012

Sharman Burnam 360-333-9566 Category: Real Estate Booth: D 31

Tru-View Glass & Windows Inc. SICBA Member Since 2012

Candice Peterson 1014 Riverside Dr. Mount Vernon, WA 360-755-3138 Category: Windows/Glass/Doors Booth: D 14, 15, 34, 35

Ultimate Arch Orthotics Darren Gettel 2916 NW Bucklin Hill Rd #390 Silverdale, WA 360-630-8531 Category: Health Services Booth: D 30

Thank you to our Co-Presenter, Skagit Valley Herald

Get Relief

from Foot, Leg & Back Pain

FROM A PRIVATE COURTYARD to a big industrial site, we have the equipment, the tools and the know-how to get the job done on time AND on budget! Come see us at Booth O-113.

We have over 20 years experience & provide complimentary consultations.

FREE FOOT ANALYSIS at the Home Show &

$25.00 OFF your

purchase if you mention this ad!

Visit Us At Booth #O-105

The Best Backyard Greenhouses Available! Made in the U.S.A. 800-370-3459 | 253-383-3055 | 40

2014 SICBA Home and Garden Show

Darren & Denese Gettel 303 State Street Suite C Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284 360.630.8531

Washington Federal

Western Solar

Stockholder owned 1501 Riverside Dr. Mount Vernon, WA 360-424-4440 Category: Financial Services Booth: C 04

Josh Miller 319 E Champion St. Bellingham, WA 360-746-0859 Category: Electrical/Solar Booth: D 17

Washington Tractor

Windwood Landscape Inc.

SICBA Member Since 1984

Corporate Owned 4220 Hwy 99 South Mount Vernon, WA 360-424-7995 Category: Lawn & Garden Sales, Parts, & Service Booth: D 40 & 41

DuWayne Palmblad, President PO Box 2722 Ferndale, WA 360-380-4000 Category: Landscape/Stone/Concrete Booth: O 113

Woods Logging Supply SICBA Member SInce 2009

West Coast Vinyl

Drew Field, Event Contact 4023 S. Orchard St. Tacoma, WA 8004-68-4474 Category: Windows/Doors & Glass Booth: D 39

Jay Lyman 103 State St. Sedro-Woolley, WA 360-855-0331 Category: Lawn & Garden Sales Booth: O 101

The Skagit Valley Herald is proud to be the co-presenter of the SICBA Home & Garden Show

Locally owned and operated in the Pacific Northwest for over 30 years

THE WEST COAST VINYL EXPERIENCE: * Easy financing available * No obligation estimate * Lifetime Warranty

THE WEST COAST VINYL ADVANTAGE: *We manufacture the windows *We install the windows *We guarantee the windows

Please come visit us in booth #D1


Proud Member of LIC# NORTHHS904L9

Save energy with Puget Sound Energy Want to save energy and money? Take advantage of these offerings from Puget Sound Energy: • Home Print Assessment: A qualified contractor performs a FREE assessment to identify ways your home can improve energy efficiency. • Rebates: We offer rebates for lighting, home heating, water heating, showerhead, appliances, electronics, windows, insulation, converting to gas and manufactured homes! • Fridge recycling: Free pickup and $25 when you recycle your old fridge or freezer with us. Plus rebates on the energy efficient models you’ve been wanting. • FREE bulb recycling: Remember, don’t recycle your CFL bulbs at home! They are hazardous waste and need to be recycled at participating retailers, home hazardous waste facilities, or a select number of PSE offices. • Business services: Business owners? We can help you improve energy efficiency no matter what type of business you run.

Learn more and see how you can participate at

Harley Exteriors We provide high quality, energy efficient windows & stone coated metal roofs for residential applications!

• We are a family-owned company specializing in Custom Replacement Windows & Doors for over 20 years.

To protect your largest investment – your home Insist on LeafFilter, the gutter filtration system more people choose than any other.

Come visit us at booth C26! 800.980.3579 Licensed/Bonded/Insured WA: GUTTEPI914C5

• Energy Star & Eco-friendly, too!

ContaCt Us With YoUr QUestions!


22122 20th Ave Ste 157 Bothell 98021

PROFESSIONAL PLUMBING SERVICES Underground Lines Systems • Floor Piping Systems • Above Ground Venting Finishing Fixture Details • Drain Cleaning & Repair • Water Treatment & Filters

AND MORE! Call 24/7 Toll-free: 888.535.0606 • Mobile: 360.610.6141



Providing Whatcom with Providing Whatcom and County Skagit counties with superior service over35 36years. years. superior service forforover

Our 22 crews work year-round specializing in new construction, re-roofs and gutters.

Mt. Baker Roofing, Inc.

Composition • Metal • Shakes 3950 Home Rd. • Bellingham, WA 98226

#MTBAKR1055ML Ph: 360-733-0191 ••Contractor Fx: 360-733-0192

The judd & black


Visit us in booths D43-48

Shop local. Buy local. Our Stores. Our Service. Our Pride in Being The Absolute Best! We’ve been proudly serving Western Washington customers for over 70 Years! Locally Owned & Operated

Huge Selection Of Top Name Brands

Large Local Parts & Service Department

Large Showrooms in Every Store


judd & black Your Hometown Appliance Store!

BELLINGHAM | 360-733-7722 MOUNT VERNON | 360-336-6515 MARYSVILLE | 360-659-0822 EVERETT | 425-258-2591 LYNNWOOD | 425-742-2233 LIQUIDATION CENTER - Everett | 425-258-4557 SERVICE CENTER | 425-258-4557 Mon-Fri 9-5:30 | Sat-Sun 9-5 Service & Liquidation Centers are Closed Sundays.

2014 SICBA Home & Garden Show  

Offers wall-to-wall opportunities to promote your products and services.