How can homeowners make the most out of home shows?

GRAVINA’S WINDOW CENTER OF LITTLETON MEET CUSTOMERS, TALK FIBERGLASS WINDOWS AT THE 2016 DENVER HOME AND GARDEN SHOW

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One stop shopping, helps homeowners find everything under one roof from replacement windows to Japanese flower gardens.Here are a few other reasons:

To save money

Everybody loves a good deal.  Exhibitors at the show often have ‘show deals’ on their products and services. These deals are exclusive and they are a huge bonus for Denver Home Show attendees.

Quality products and services

The Denver Home Show features the highest quality exhibitors. Attendees browse through exceptional products and meet skilled individuals without worrying about scams or shortcuts.

Sometimes, even DIYers need a little help.

Whether an attendee is looking for quick advice from a stage presentation, or project assistance from an exhibitor, the Denver Home Show is the perfect destination for them to get the job done.

Fun, fun, fun for everyone!

The Denver Home Show is not just about windows and sofas.  It features numerous fun activities for young and old.   With fantastic TV personalities, new trends and products, contests and fun for the whole family. 

 

We look forward to seeing you at the 2016 Denver Home Show!

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Will replacement windows really increase the value of your home?

So the answer is YES-replacement windows really do add value to your house. They will add both monetary value and non-monetary value such as improving the overall look and feeling of your house!

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I’ve been reading various sites and have come across many that claim window replacement increases the value of a home. One of the sites even said that replacing your windows could increase the value of your home by 20%. That’s adding $40,000 to a $200,000 house. What? Clearly this website was exaggerating, but I did conclude that replacement windows do, in fact, add value to your home.

Windows are thermal holes. On average, a house may lose around 30% of its heating energy through its windows. Often times, the heat that is circulating through a home is lost by poor insulation and older, degraded windows and doors. Modern replacement windows are insulated and have specific energy ratings so the homeowner knows just how much insulation to expect out of their investment. The energy ratings take into account the window frame, panes of glass, and their ability to resist air leakage and prevent heat loss. When you buy energy efficient replacement windows, you immediately save money because the energy savings alone make your home more valuable.

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How does a chance to win $10,000 in replacement windows sound to you?

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Colorado Home and Garden Show builds business connections for vendors

The Colorado Home and Garden Show provides gives more than 600 companies a chance to showcase their products and interact with clientele.

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Vendors sowed seeds of home improvement at the 2016 Colorado Garden & Home Show, which kicked off Saturday and lasts until Feb. 21.

The event is a marketing marvel for more than 600 companies that filled the Colorado Convention Center in Denver to showcase a variety of products ranging from garden tools to window treatments.

“For a lot of the businesses here, it’s the only marketing they do all year,” said Jim Fricke, executive director of the Colorado Garden Foundation. “They use it to jump-start their companies and meet customers.”

Laura Heath, owner of Town & Country Landscaping, said the show put her company on the map. She’s been exhibiting her landscapes there since 2005. This year, her company was responsible for the 5,500-square-foot entry garden.

Heath said most of her clients can be traced back to the home and garden show.

“Each garden show provides about 90 percent of our business for the year,” Heath said. “If it’s not from the garden show, it probably came from a previous show.”

Colorado Home and Garden Show builds business connections for vendors

The Colorado Home and Garden Show provides gives more than 600 companies a chance to showcase their products and interact with clientele.

Source: www.denverpost.com

Vendors sowed seeds of home improvement at the 2016 Colorado Garden & Home Show, which kicked off Saturday and lasts until Feb. 21.

The event is a marketing marvel for more than 600 companies that filled the Colorado Convention Center in Denver to showcase a variety of products ranging from garden tools to window treatments.

“For a lot of the businesses here, it’s the only marketing they do all year,” said Jim Fricke, executive director of the Colorado Garden Foundation. “They use it to jump-start their companies and meet customers.”

Laura Heath, owner of Town & Country Landscaping, said the show put her company on the map. She’s been exhibiting her landscapes there since 2005. This year, her company was responsible for the 5,500-square-foot entry garden.

Heath said most of her clients can be traced back to the home and garden show.

“Each garden show provides about 90 percent of our business for the year,” Heath said. “If it’s not from the garden show, it probably came from a previous show.”