Visit The Great Big Home + Garden Show! 2/4/2016

gbs2016Even though certain parts of the country are in the midst of snow and cold temperatures, spring is just a short time away. To get into the spirit, you may consider visiting The Great Big Home + Garden Show,¬†¬†presented by 84 Lumber. You can learn how to make improvements to your home’s interior and exterior so that it is ready when warm weather hits.

Show Exhibits-

This year, over 600 exhibitors will be under one roof. To get a few landscaping and gardening ideas, there will be 19 feature showcases. Guests can explore various “celebration” themed gardens and learn how to create the perfect atmosphere for any holiday or special occasion.

If you are looking to plan your dream home, many custom builders will be available to discuss some ideas. For example, Blossom Homes is just one business that can offer unique inspiration to create a one-of-a-kind house.

Guest Speakers and Celebrities-

It is always fun to meet celebrities. At this year’s show, visitors will delight at learning tips from some of the most well-known television personalities who deal with home improvement issues. Karen Laine and Mina Starsiak, from HGTV’s “Two Chicks and a Hammer,” will be explaining how they transform rundown homes into stunning remodels. Also, Jason Cameron, from DIY Network’s “Man Caves,” will be sharing his advice on how to gut a home and revamp its backyard. If food is your passion, Stafanie Paganni will be on-hand for a special cooking presentation. She is recognized from Food Network’s second season of “Sweet Genius.”

Other Features-

Besides the speakers, garden showcases, and cooking demos, guests will have a chance to win numerous contests and promotions. Thanks to American Family Insurance, you could win a prize worth over $15,000. Also, you have the opportunity to win a smart home security system, a television, outdoor fire pit, and many other fabulous prizes.

The Great Big Home + Garden Show kicks off at Cleveland’s IX Center on February 5, 2016 and wraps up on February 14, 2016. Admission is $15 at the door, or tickets can be purchased online for $12. Children and seniors receive a discount. To get some helpful home ideas, including landscaping and gardening tips, visit all the exhibits so that you are ready to spring into springtime.

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