A consumer walks through She Shed, from Aurora Quality Buildings. Photo courtesy of Belinda Young

A consumer walks through She Shed, from Aurora Quality Buildings. Photo courtesy of Belinda Young

Local businesses exhibit at 75th Seattle Home Show

More than a dozen businesses from Issaquah, Sammamish, Kirkland and Mercer Island will participate.

  • Thursday, February 28, 2019 1:30am
  • Business

The Seattle Home Show, one of the oldest and largest consumer home shows nationally, will feature more than a dozen local businesses during its 75th annual run starting this Saturday.

The show will take place at the CenturyLink Field Event Center and exhibit some of the latest technologies and hardware from Feb. 23 to March 3. Exhibitors will feature many products from a smart induction burner equipped with Bluetooth temperature control, to a lighting system controlled by a mobile device.

“Seattle Home Show is the largest single gathering of the Northwest’s top building professionals open to the public,” executive director Mike Kalian said in a press release. “At Seattle Home Show, consumers have a one-of-a-kind opportunity not only to meet with them and comparison shop under one roof, but to see the new products and services as well as attend seminars taught by industry experts.”

The show is geared toward locals in the Greater Seattle Area who are remodeling their homes in favor of buying a new home and new homeowners who often purchase homes “as is” with the intent to invest in home renovations. Local businesses from Kirkland, Issaquah, Mercer Island and Sammamish will be offering interior and exterior products and services.

Issaquah businesses include Cascade Adventures, Cascade Custom Garages, PineBlock Inc., Rhino Wine Cellars, RSVP of Greater Seattle, Seattle Doors and Closets, SlabJack NW, Sound Decks and Springfree Trampoline.

Kirkland businesses include Black Lion Heating & AC, Gale, Kirkland Fireplace, Nana Wall Systems, Organized Spaces, Pro-Tection Seattle, Verse Your Hair and Western Landscape & Pavers.

Clearview Cascades LLC of Mercer Island will be exhibiting, along with Voya Financial and Pacific Pavers of Sammamish.

Admission is $13 for adults, $9 for seniors and military and $3 for children ages 7 to 15. Children younger than 7 can attend for free. Locals will also get a one-year subscription to Better Homes & Gardens magazine with their ticket purchase.

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