It’s time again to join the Home Builders Association of Greater Knoxville (HBAGK) Home Show from March 2nd through 4th at the Knoxville Expo Center on Clinton Highway. The Home Show is for home owners, and people shopping for new homes, to find products or services in their homes. Lots of exterior products like doors, windows, siding, guttering, but also interior design, full scale remodeling, decorating and much more. Plus there are financial services like mortgages, refinancing and loans of all types. $2 coupons are available at all ORNL FCU branches, sponsors of the event. This tremendous event features anything and everything for the home!
Children’s Admission is Free
Adults $10 per day or $8 with coupon
Senior Day Friday, March 2nd – $8 Dollar Admission or $6 with coupon
Fun Kid-Friendly Projects for Free
Lowe’s will run their Build And Grow Clinics all weekend long at no cost. Kids can build their own special project, having fun while parents look-on or browse around.
This year’s main show feature will be the Remodeler’s Showcase. Located at the rear of the show, attendees are cordially invited to look, touch, feel and walk through this inside-out house showcasing beautiful remodeling projects throughout your home!
Workshops, Special Topics & Stage Demonstrations
See the show schedule to see a full list of workshops, special topics and stage demonstrations on all manner of subjects from remodeling basics, to financing and new home construction as well as how to make your home greener and more efficient!
About The HBAGK
The Home Builders Association of Greater Knoxville, established in 1951, is a non-profit trade association for the homebuilding industry. The primary function of the Home Builders Association of Greater Knoxville is to serve as the homebuilding industry watchdog. Each year HBAGK fervently responds to attacks on housing affordability. In addition to monitoring issues that could negatively impact housing affordability, the association provides member services such as networking opportunities, educational programs, marketing events, and community service projects.