The Designer Homes Exhibition is taking place at the Halfway House in Burnfoot on Saturday the 4th and Sunday the 5th of March from 11am to 5pm.
Organised by architect Breege Galbraith, the event is now in its sixth year after the huge success of the previous five, with thousands of people attending each year.
The exhibition allows local businesses a chance to shine, personally meet potential clients and create work for the area. Although there are many home exhibitions that take place across Ireland, most are not affordable for local businesses with distance and the price of staying in the city.
Designer Homes Exhibition 2017 has a large range of products on offer with each exhibitor keen to do business and promote their products directly to you. Exhibitors put so much work and effort into each and every stand – they are not to be missed!
Designer Homes Exhibition provides a service for any home owner, people building/renovation/extending or have a keen interest in home interiors or renewable energy products – a great day out for all the family!
This year’s exhibition offers;
-Value for money.
-Exhibitors keen for work and great prices on offer at the show.
-Brilliant products on sale that are just on the market… see it first at Designer Homes Exhibition!
SEAI provide grants for upgrading existing houses to be more energy efficient. Many of exhibitors provide this service. The team at Michael Galbraith Associates (MGA) in Buncrana carry out BER assessments of buildings and can provide advice on any matters.
MGA are also providing free consultations at DHE so don’t miss out on this fantastic offer and can give advice on the current Building Regulations.
Whether you are building that dream house, redecorating your home or simply have a keen interest in home interiors and the modern development of household needs, then Designer Homes Exhibition is for you.
The exhibition is only €3 entry for adults, and kids go in free! A fabulous door prize is also to be won.
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