THE Scottish Homebuilding & Renovating Show is set to highlight the trend for home improvements and self-build continuing post-pandemic, when the exhibition returns to the SEC on May 20-21, 2023.
The event has been described as the ‘perfect opportunity’ for businesses looking to connect face-to-face with self-builders and home renovators.
Nick Noble, commercial & events director at Future PLC, said, “It’ll be great to be back in Scotland. There’s been huge interest in both home renovation and self-build over the last couple of years and that trend is continuing as the country returns to normal.
“Visitors attend our show to source products and services that are not available elsewhere, and for the opportunity to obtain free advice from experts including Michael Holmes, Allan Corfield and Mike Cruickshank.
“The show provides businesses with a fast-track opportunity to connect face-to-face with consumers who are planning substantial investment in their home. Our visitors, with their combination of live projects and substantial budgets, provides trade exhibitors with the opportunity to open new commercial streams and significant ROI. There’s been strong demand for stand space and time for companies to secure their spot at the May 2023 show.”
The show will cover a range of interests including extensions, conversions, home DIY, planning permission, interiors, lighting, doors, windows, renewable technologies, heating systems, project insurance, energy efficiency, home insurance, and building regulations.