The event from Friday through Sunday-January 20-29, 2017 is held at the Sharonville Convention Center on Chester Rd. Admission is still $5 and parking is free.
The expo is a great place to explore ideas and talk to experts. It’s much smaller and more intimate than the Cincinnati Home and Garden Show held in February in downtown Cincinnati at the Duke Convention Center. (Tickets $13.)
In addition to the exhibits and ideas offered by a wide range of vendors –helpful seminars are available for more hands-on detailed information.
The expos provide an easy way to talk to vendors about potential projects like kitchen redos or adding to patios and decks. Personally, I enjoy wandering around and looking at different exhibits to get ideas. It’s also a great way to get names and numbers for future projects.
One of the continued hot topics is “smart homes” and suppliers and installers may open up a whole new world if you’re thinking about moving into smart home innovation.
The expo hours: