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Friday, February 26, 2010

Roofs, Windows and Glass Blocks: Building Materials and Supplies for Everyone at Seattle Home Show 2010

Northwesterners are getting a head start on many of their spring home improvement projects at Seattle Home Show 2010. With nearly 600 exhibits featuring everything from roofs and windows to glass blocks and more, consumers have the opportunity to comparison shop for their projects in a single location at the nation’s oldest and largest home show.

At Larry Haight’s Residential Roofing Company, show visitors are receiving a first-hand look at some of the leading roofing technologies that have made this company one of the top in its field. Based in Redmond, the company has been serving customers throughout the greater Puget Sound for the past 24 years. During this time, Larry Haight has won a variety of awards for service, including “Small Business of the Year” from the Better Business Bureau, and Angie’s List “Super Service” award.

At Pella Windows, consumers are viewing some of the latest offerings for windows and doors. Pella offers everything from contemporary to classic designs. Window styles include casement, single and double hung, bay and bow, and even special shapes. In addition, Pella will be offering a seminar “How to Choose a Replacement Window” on Saturday, February 27 as part of the Seattle Home Show’s seminar series. All seminars are free of charge with paid admission.

If you’re looking for some unusual design ideas for showers or walkways, Seattle Glass Block is showcasing some innovative designs featuring glass blocks. Among its offerings is a unique shower kit for creating a custom shower built with glass blocks as well as custom glass walkways and stairs. Seattle Glass Block will be presenting a seminar on “Wedi Shower Pan & Wall Board System” on Sunday, February 28th at the Seattle Home Show. Admission is free to the seminar with paid admission to the Show.

E-tickets and further show information available at Show runs through Sunday, February 28

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