Home Show features model home, exhibits, seminars
Several Woodinville businesses will showcase products and services at the Seattle Home Show, Feb.17-25 in the Kingdome and Pavilion. The 1996 exhibition will mark the 52nd anniversary of the oldest home improvement show in the nation, expected to attract more than 150,000 visitors during its nine-day run.
Featured will be more than 50 model kitchen, cabinet, and bath displays, plus several tourable model homes. Visitors see 50,000 square feet of landscaping, gardening, and outdoor living products, including spas, pools, sun-rooms and patios.
Among the local exhibitors are Woodinville's AAA World of Leisure, which will set up a sample game room, featuring a Brunswick pool table, a pinball machine, a portable bar, and a dart machine.
Another returning Woodinville exhibitor is Omar's Built-In Vacuum Systems, offering central cleaning systems for homes as large as 4,000-plus square feet.
Other Woodinville exhibitors will include Allpro Blind Cleaners, American Honda Motor Co. Power Equipment, AMPAC, Benjamin Moore & Co., Big "D" Decora Store, Bothell Roofing, Inc., Crown Crest Construction, Erickson 7 Associates, Evergreen Spa & Pool, Lifestyles, Pella Windows and Doors, and Tropical Construction.
The 1996 Seattle Home Show will also feature a new "Meet the Experts" seminar series on topics such as hiring the right contractor/remodeler; selecting and working with an architect.
The show runs Feb. 17-25. Admission iranges from $6-$2.