Southwestern Ontario’s largest home show returns to the Western Fair District Agriplex this weekend.
Organized by the London Home Builders Association, the show has over 500 booths and hundreds of exhibits.
Jared Zaifman, CEO of the London Home Builder’s Association, said he is excited to be back in London after a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19.
Whether you’re looking to change the interior design of your home or are looking to buy a new home, you’re in the right place.
Dave Stimac, president of Ironstone Building Company, said:
“We have renovators, some traders and suppliers at the show, and a lot of exciting trends happening,” he said.
Stimac explains that the housing market is currently somewhat volatile, but “there is always an opportunity to acquire a home and there is a wide selection of available housing.”
Local businesses from London, Woodstock, Chatham, Stratford and other surrounding areas will showcase their work throughout the weekend.
This year’s 28th show offers customers sustainable, innovative, new and trendy products, the association added.
“Home shows are inherently great because there are so many things that the big box stores can’t or won’t show. It’s going to be very versatile,” said Builder’s Curtis Godick. Choice Air System.
Sustainability is also a top priority at this year’s show, like Cleveland Brownlee, General Manager of TRY Recycling. Brownlee also plays for the London Majors.
“We want to let everyone in London and the surrounding area know how important it is to recycle materials. When we say we mean recycling, we are talking about demolition construction materials. ‘ he said.
“We want to ensure you have a safe place to bring them in and help divert as much material from landfills as possible.
The show runs from January 27th to 29th. Tickets can be purchased online.