The Melbourne Home Show (which is also called the HIA Home Show) takes place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre and is a large exhibition that relates to all home and garden things.
During the Melbourne Home Show customers are introduced to the market’s best new products and provided with expert tips on home maintenance, DIY projects and design.
The exhibition is ideal for those individuals who are interested in design or wanting to renovate. You will have the ability to directly engage with individuals on different subjects including landscapers, interior designers and builders.
The exhibition has several different seminars scheduled, and attendance is free for all of them. Attendees are seated on a first come first basis, so you need to get there early in order to secure your seat. For people with specific questions, a free 20 minute appointment is offered with an expert.
In addition, you can discover new and creative ideas for your backyard and home, including the most recent innovations in bathrooms and kitchens, as well as to tricks and tips to make your next renovation project easy to complete. There will be numerous giveaways and prizes, so during the exciting event be sure to visit the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
For people who are interested in attending more than one day of the exhibit, you can go to the Home Show’s information desk to get a complimentary return ticket. Food and drink can be purchased inside of the venue, but there isn’t a cloakroom facility that is available.
Taking the tram is the easiest way to reach the Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre. Catch the number 12,109 or 96 tram and exit at Clarendon Street. Or from Flinders Street Station you can walk along the Yarra for 10 minutes. If you are doing to drive, five car parks are available near or inside the complex. For pricing details, check with the individual car parks.
Design Plantation Shutters
Design Plantation shutters is a shutter supply and installation company based in Melbourne. The latest window fashion trend taking Melbourne by storm is plantation shutters. They are a shutter made from a hard material like timber or plastic (pvc). They look timeless, yet modern and are very versatile in that they go with any decor. They also have the added ability of being very functional, they are easy to operate and with the flick of a finger you can configure the lighting of a room in the day-time with ease.
These shutters are a great way of giving a facelift to old, drab windows, as they fix to the frame and cover up older style windows that can date a house. Add this to painting the walls and replacing the flooring for a fool-proof way to modernise an old house instantly without too much effort.
Aaron from Design Plantation Shutters Melbourne says that plantation shutters are certainly not going away any time soon.
This Australian company specialises in producing decoration and building materials as well as associated services. Their products include ceramic roof tiles, hand-made art mosaics, tiles and flooring. The company has focused on personalised decoration styles and provided professional services and advice on customised home renovation for other 20 years, making them the perfect partners for Australian builders and consultants.
AllClear Leafguard & Gutter
Their superior gutterguard is made out of Colorbond Steel. The AllClear Leafguard is installed onto existing gutters, and fits underneath a iron or tiled roof, to prevent overflowing and leaf-blocked gutters. Keeps vermin and birds out, ensures clean tank water and helps to protect against ember attacks.
A Grade Finish Canopies
This company custom designs and manufactures stainless steel Commercial Splashbacks and Canopies, Domestic Kitchen Rangehoods and BBQ Rangehoods. They stock GasMate, Grandfire and Beefeater BBQ’s and bar fridges and can when packaged together can offer great pricing!