In 2016, the Office of Historic Preservation launched the the Rehabber Club in response to a common problem.

There are plenty of people in San Antonio who would like to begin a rehabilitation project but simply don’t know where to begin. Or maybe they aren’t able to connect with the experts or resources they need for a project.

Enter Rehabber Club!
 

 
 


Our Mission

The Rehabber Club mission is to build and support a network of do-it-yourselfers, craftsmen, contractors, historic homeowners, realtors, and everyday citizens to revitalize San Antonio’s historic buildings. We accomplish this through networking, training, certification, and plain ole encouragement.


What We Do

Here's a sample of the impact the Rehabber Club has had in San Antonio through hands-on learning, community engagement, and workshops.

 

S.T.A.R. Program

S.T.A.R. (Students Together Achieving Revitalization) is a partnership that provides minor exterior home repairs and maintenance to homeowners within local historic districts and eligible historic districts.

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Workshops & Certification

Rehabber Club hosts topic-specific workshops and training courses for both experts and novices alike. Past courses have included historic wood window repair, hazardous abatement, and porch repair.

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Historic Homeowner Fair

The Historic Homeowner Fair is an annual one-day event that brings together historic homeowners with local professionals, services, products, and solutions. 

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Get Involved

Visit our Become a Rehabber page to see how you can contribute to the community. It's free to join the club! We're always seeking new volunteers, contractors, and sponsors for our events.