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If you are looking for inspiration and advice for your next home renovation or interior design project, look no further than the Fall Home Show, which returns to the Enercare Centre in Toronto from September 29 to October 1. With more than 250 home and lifestyle vendors, the show is an opportunity to find out what’s new in home-related products and services and learn from the experts. Tickets are available at https://torontohomeshows.com/sl/.
RenoMark renovators will team up again with Reno+Décor magazine to present a booth called Ask a Professional. Visit the RenoMark side of the booth for a free 15-minute consultation on renovations and custom home building with a RenoMark renovator, and then move to the Reno+Décor side to speak with an interior designer or decorator. Together, these professionals can help you figure out how to get started on your house or condo renovation project and how to redesign and personalize your space. Be sure to bring photos and drawings of your home.
RenoMark renovators will also be among the exhibitors at the Fall Home Show. You will recognize them by the RenoMark logo in front of their booths. These renovation professionals, all of whom have committed to RenoMark’s code of conduct, will be happy to answer any questions you may have about your next renovation. The RenoMark Code of Conduct requires renovators to offer a minimum of one-year warranty on all work, carry a minimum of $2 million in liability insurance and provide a detailed written contract.
Curious about Net Zero building or laneway homes? Hear RenoMark renovators speak about these topics at the Fall Home Show’s Speakers Lounge. Other speakers will cover topics such as indoor plant care, festive table settings, downsizing and decluttering. For the full schedule, visit https://torontohomeshows.com/sl/.
At the DIY Centre, you can learn to use tools like a mitre saw, power drill or nail gun. Experts Mark Rason, Jordan Spear and Desta Ostapyk will show you how to tackle small DIY projects and simple home improvements.
And why not add a little whimsy to your day at the Fall Home Show? If you’ve been wondering whether those strange noises in your home are signs of paranormal activity, join Glenn Laycock of Canadian Paranormal Investigations for a ghost walk of the Horse Palace at Exhibition Place.
Ready to learn and be inspired as you prepare to transform your living space? Get your tickets for the Fall Home Show at https://torontohomeshows.com/sl/.
Dave Wilkes is President and CEO of the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD), the voice of the home building, land development and professional renovation industry in the GTA. For the latest industry news and new home data, visit www.bildgta.ca.