SPONSORED: 10 reasons to attend the Utah Valley Home and Garden Expo

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The Utah Valley Home Expo has many different businesses there to show you the best in Utah Valley. (Photo courtesy Roxanne Bennett)

There are many different businesses to show you the best home and garden products in Utah Valley at the Utah Valley Home and Garden Expo. (Photo courtesy Roxanne Bennett)

The Utah Valley Home and Garden Expo is this Friday and Saturday, March 14-15, in the UCCU Center at UVU. Here are 10 reasons you should attend the expo:

1. You can see the latest products on the market for home renovation.

Whatever your home project — from going green to renovating those old kitchen cabinets — you can find the latest and greatest products and styles.

2. You will meet local businesses and contractors.

It is important to work with Utah Valley people who understand our climate and living conditions and building codes.

3. You can find everything you need in one stop.

This is Utah Valley’s largest such expo and longest running. It features 210 booths and has run for 30 consecutive years.

4. You will save money.

Bargain hunters, this home show is for you. Vendors are offering from 10 to 50 percent off retail store prices. In addition, you get a great admission price! Only $3 online (uvhomeshow.com) and kids under 12 are admitted for free.

5. You will have fun.

Every family members will find something he or she will like. For the kids, it may be the bounce houses and other family fun. All will enjoy the reasonably priced food. But most of all, you will love what you see, touch and feel with the latest home products.

6. You will come away with so many new ideas.

Local contractors will not only show you products but also demonstrate and explain their use.

7. You might win something.

We are giving out big and small prizes, and you will walk away with samples and giveaways.

8. You may discover you need more than one contractor for your project.

Many skilled home improvement experts are not design experts. For example, some contractors are not painters. By talking to the local professionals, you will better understand your project needs.

9. You can comparison shop.

All products are not the same, and all contractors are not the same. Some specialize in smaller jobs; others are whole-house renovators or elaborate kitchen makeover specialists.

10. You will meet some fine people.

Your neighbors who are planning renovations will be there and you can swap ideas. You will meet local business owners and contractors. You can say hello to Roxanne, the show’s organizer and the one who is on the microphone often directing your attention to the exciting activities.

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  1. Robert W. Millet Reply

    Last year my wife and I attended the Home and Garden trade show (Mar 14-15). I am trying to get the contact information for a contractor who exhibited at this show (lower level). He is a builder, located in Lindon, has been in the business for many years (15 years?); he does total kitchen remodels; not a large business – he does much of the work himself. I cannot find his business card and am hoping you have a list of those who exhibited at this show.

    801.367.2333

    Thanks for your help

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