Are you ready to build a new home? Maybe it’s time for an update to your kitchen, basement, or bathroom. Does your whole house just need a makeover? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then we have a meeting that you will definitely want to attend. It’s the annual Minneapolis Remodeling Expo which will be held on April 10-12, 2015. If you missed this year’s it’s not too late to start planning to attend next spring.
This well-attended event will be held at the Minneapolis Convention Center in Exhibit Hall D. There will be numerous exhibitors including contractors, landscapers, flooring companies, a siding company or two, and even interior designers just to name a few. Businesses will have the opportunity to showcase their services and products and provide information to homeowners who are looking for quality companies to remodel their living spaces.
From countertops to cabinets, decks, windows, and ways to make your home smart and more automated, the Minneapolis Remodeling Expo has all of the latest design trends and home innovations. There are even seminars available for guests to attend that will help you make decisions or get ideas on everything from outdoor spaces, gardening tips, and the hottest trends in bathrooms and kitchens. Some of the seminar choices include The Value of Geothermal Systems, Sustainable Lawn Care, How to Make Your Kitchen or Bathroom a Showcase, or Edible Landscapes.
While tickets are not yet available for this event the cost for attending will be $4 for adults and FREE for anyone under 18. You can submit your email online to receive discounts on admission and also send an invite to a fried by visiting Minneapolis Remodeling Expo online. The website will also provide hours for the show, directions to the convention center, and a large wealth of information for anyone interested in attending.
Which brand are you looking at?
Was around half off the prices of the Interstyle glass tiles. Call around if you know the brand. Walker Zanger has a warehouse in Hayward (see their website) and gave me the 20% contractor's discount. They are expensive, but their tile is beautiful. Home Expo sucks, like home despot...great place to look though.
Check out McPhails
They have a good website, knowledgable staff and have really decent delivery prices. After looking around quite a bit, I bought from them. I don't know if they install or what their prices are for that,though. HOme Expo has REALLY expensive deliver prices and their staff is not that great. They also have a great selection on the showroom floor (this was in Concord). They have other locations, too, though.
Style-challenged bathroom tile help?
Our bathroom is on it's way back from being gutted, and i need to pick out tile for the floor and shower. however i have no sense of style to speak of and my usual hangouts (home depot, lowes and HD expo) are not helping much...
i am hoping to find a place with different tile ideas/displays to help me out, since i can't come up with anything decent on my own! do specific stores do this? i found a website or two, but with only a few pictures.