The Western DuPage Home Improvement Expo 2018

2018-04-21 - 2018-04-22
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The western suburbs' most successful home expo is heating up again.  Kick off the season with us!  This is the perfect time of the year to roll out all your products and services to homeowners actively working on their warm weather indoor and outdoor projects in a community that actively seeks home improvement opportunities.  In our 9th year, we look forward to assembling vendors who can bring the staples attendees look for and also those who can bring fresh ideas.  Our goal is to provide an easy, comfortable way for homeowners and contractors to discuss possibilities face-to-face in a positive buying environment.   

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  • Setup: Fri. 10am - 5pm on 4/20/17
  • Show Day 1: Sat. 10am - 5pm on 4/21/17
  • Show Day 2: Sun. 10am - 5pm on 4/22/17
  • Breakdown: Sun. 5pm - 9pm on 4/22/17
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  • Kitchen displays, quartz, granite, stone surfaces
  • Bathrooms, carpet, flooring, drywall, painting
  • Windows, doors, skylights, lighting, mirrors
  • Bedding, mattresses, storage solutions, closets
  • Home theatre, audio, art, collectibles, room settings
  • Insulation, waterproofing, gutter protection
  • Cabinet re-facing, Amish woodworking
  • Patios, decks, roofing, gutters, fencing, garages
  • Heating, air conditioning, electrical, solar energy
  • Sun rooms, saunas, hot tubs
  • Waterfalls, fish ponds, fountains
  • Plants, floral, garden, landscaping
  • Handymen, plumbers, concrete, masonry
  • Architects, home builders, complete remodels
  • Appraisals, home financial planning
  • Home design, interior design, home decorating  
  • Appliances, generators, water heaters, water filtration
  • Green products, health goods, home-based businesses
  • Small goods, arts and crafts, novelty items, pet treats
  • Live demonstrations, cooking shows, celebrity presenters
  • Do-it-yourself educational and interactive exhibits

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