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Front Page - Friday, September 23, 2022

Home improvement made easy at the Fall Home Show

As autumn brings football games and cooler temperatures, many homeowners are focusing on home improvement projects. The upcoming months are an excellent time to tackle renovations.

“Despite delays and higher costs due to supply chain problems, demand for remodeling remains high,” says Paul Emrath, NAHB assistant vice president for surveys and housing policy research. “Looking ahead, we expect to see continued growth in the remodeling market in 2022 and 2023.”

Savvy homeowners know the annual Fall Home Show will be the perfect opportunity to kick off home improvement plans for the year.

Scheduled for the weekend of Sept. 24-25 at the Chattanooga Convention Center, the event will include hundreds of booths featuring products and services for new home construction, whole house renovations, flooring, lighting, bathrooms, kitchens, landscaping and more.

As a bonus, both days are senior discount days, with $5 tickets for the 55-and-above crowd.

Home Show attendees are always impressed with the number of ideas and resources they collect from the wide variety of local home interior and exterior professionals.

Instead of spending countless hours looking for the right product or contractor, the ability to meet with multiple local companies face to face and see product displays all under one roof can save both time and money.

Browsing the aisles also helps homeowners discover the latest trends in design and home improvement, from finding that “wow” factor to make your home stand out to learning ways to lower utility bills with energy-efficient solutions.

The annual Fall Home Show is presented by the Home Builders Association of Greater Chattanooga and EPB Fiber Optics. Gold sponsors include Patterson’s Home Appliances and the Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union.

Plan your visit to the annual Fall Home Show next weekend and view a complete list of vendors at www.homeshowchattanooga.com.