"Specialists on just about every home-related product or service will be on hand to offer their expertise," says Rick Goodman, show organizer. "Nowhere else can you find all these resources in one location."
"Even in this economy, people are still undertaking remodeling projects but they are more budget conscious," says Liz Tiffin, designer at Westside Remodeling in Thousand Oaks and a vendor at this year's show (805-499-4121, westsideremodeling.com). "Kitchens and baths remain the main focus of most remodeling projects. People are tending toward cleaner, simpler lines with granite and stainless steel still popular. Most kitchen projects can be completed in 8 to 10 weeks so act now if a new kitchen is in the plans for the holidays."
"Spring is a time we all start thinking about home improvement projects," says Rick Goodman, show organizer. "Many homeowners who come to the show already have ideas about what they want to do to fix up their homes. They seek out exhibitors who can help answer their questions." The show attracts approximately 5,000 visitors over a two-day period.