Whether building from scratch or updating an existing home, the Build It Live! Show at Glow Bluewater is the perfect place to visit this February.
Build It Live!, being held on 23 and 24 February 2013, is the UK's newest exhibition designed for self-builders, home renovators and anyone wanting a bespoke home that is the envy of friends and neighbours.
Getting the builders in for a major project needs careful preparation, and a day at Build It Live! will fill you with inspiration, ideas, practical tips and expert advice ensuring you get your dream home both on time and on budget.
The range of exhibitors will include some of the best known names in home building and renovation including Scandia-Hus, Wunda Group, Potton and Kloeber.
Exhibitors will be showcasing some of the best solutions on the market for building your own home, adding more space to your existing property or fitting a new stylish kitchen or floor covering. .
As well as finding practical solutions, visitors to the show will be able to gain independent one to one advice from a team of experts and visit a series of free seminars and workshops that offer advice on every aspect of a building project. From offering step by step guides to self builds to renovating a period home and tackling the planning system; there is something for everyone.
There will also be a live demonstration of straw bale building and a free prize draw where visitors will have the chance to win thousands of pounds worth of products.
Opening times: Saturday 23 February - 10am to 5pm and Sunday 24 February 10am to 5pm.
Tickets will be £12 per person. For more information and to book tickets visit www.builditlive.co.uk
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