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The latest home remodeling designs and upgrades will be on display.
Homeowners will be able to talk with local home remodeling and product experts.
Kitchen and bathroom remodeling is always of high interest for those who attend the home show.
There is always something new to see – the latest home designs, ideas and technology,
See the latest home remodeling designs and upgrades that will be on display at the 44th Conejo Valley Home Remodeling Show and Gourmet Food Truck Event.
“Homeowners will be able to talk with local kitchen and bath contractors, landscapers, roofers, interior designers and other home remodeling and product experts at the show,” says Rick Goodman, the show’s organizer.
Residents from the Conejo, Simi and San Fernando Valleys and as far north as Santa Barbara take advantage of the opportunity to learn about the latest in home and landscaping designs, in-house technology and energy savings. “Many homeowners have been coming to the home show for more than 20 years. Over 170 vendors are on hand ready to answer questions,” says Rick Goodman, the show’s organizer.
Drought-tolerant landscapes are popping up throughout southern California as water restrictions become the norm. Robert Kleefisch, owner of Good Earth Landscape, will be at the show to offer tips on water-saving landscapes and plant and hardscape selections. He cautions homeowners to do their homework before hiring a landscaper to tear out lawns and replace them with drought tolerant designs.
“Drought tolerant landscapes have been around a long time,” says Kleefisch. “They don’t have to be all rock with a few plants. Many landscapers use the wrong plants or create landscapes that don’t fit the home or the neighborhood. Water-saving designs can involve an assortment of shrubbery and plant material that take into account color and texture. You want something that will last and look great years to come.”
“The Spring show is a good opportunity to reach homeowners who are ready to start home improvement projects,” says Rick Goodman, show organizer. The show attracts approximately 5,000 visitors over a two-day period.
Kitchen and bathroom remodeling is always of high interest for those who attend the home show “There is always something new to see at the show—the latest home designs, ideas and technology,” says Goodman. The Conejo Valley Home Remodeling Show, since 1995, takes place in spring.
The entry fee at the door is $4 per person. For free tickets, go to www.facebook.com/ConejoValleyHomeShow. For more information, call 805-529-0760, go to www.westlakehomeshow.com or e-mail email@example.com.
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