Come visit our booth at the HBA home show to see the latest in modern and traditional outdoor lighting design.
With all the coming of spring promises, this is the time of year most homeowners tend to think about projects and tasks that will add to their home’s overall curb appeal. There is no better place to come up with ideas and get help turning those ideas into reality than the Greater Kansas City Home Show at the Kansas City Convention Center in Bartle Hall (March 17th– 19th).
The 2017 Home Show offers an exciting blend of new and familiar faces to help homeowners get a jump-start on their home and garden projects this spring. A Kansas City tradition for 69 years, the home show brings more than 250 builders, remodelers, landscapers, designers and contractors that feature the latest design trends and construction materials.
Homeowners can also enjoy the Pop Up Market sponsored by Sun Lumber, where you can shop products and services provided by local artisans. If you’ve got questions and don’t know where to start, visit the Ask A Genius Bar presented by the Home Builders Association of Greater Kansas City. Whether you have questions for a designer, realtor, banker, builder, remodeler — or someone else — get your questions answered one-on-one. Home show goers also have the opportunity to see Jonathan and Drew Scott, reality TV stars of the ever-so-popular “Property Brothers”.
There’s even a Beer Garden! After you’ve had a cold one and watched a few minutes of March Madness, and you need someone to help you with your outdoor lighting, stop by and see our Kansas City owner/operator, Doug Bringman, just on the other side from Pub in the Park. He services homes with our top-of-the-line brass and copper outdoor LED light fixtures, developed and manufactured to reflect the needs of their residential and commercial clientele. All our locations install lighting systems that work with the growing demand for smart home technology. In addition, all our lighting applications come with a lifetime warranty and resist even the harshest natural environments.