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41st Conejo Valley Home Remodeling & RV Show Set For October 10th & 11th, 2015
Westlake Village, Calif. — The latest home remodeling designs and upgrades will be on display at the 41st Conejo Valley Home Remodeling Show.
"Homeowners will be able to talk with local kitchen and bath contractors, landscapers, roofers, interior designers and other home remodeling and product experts at the show," says Rick Goodman, the show's organizer. More than 170 home improvement specialists take part in the event. "Vendors showcase everything from Jacuzzis to lighting to solar to patio covers to replacement windows."
A security feature that is gaining popularity is aluminum shutters that are installed outside home windows. "They deter robberies by making it difficult for thieves to gain access," says Andrew Ampaya, sales representative for Southern California Rolling Shutter (www.SoCalRollingShutter.com) who will be at the home show. "They are a barrier to entry."
The shutters, which can be motorized and activated through a switch or remote control, are also used to control energy costs and to protect furnishings from the summer sun's damaging UV rays and in winter, keep warm air in. "The shutters can be foam filled to provide added insulation. We also install them on outside patio structures to protect outdoor TVs and kitchen equipment from the elements."
Kitchen and bathroom remodeling is always of high interest for those who attend the home show. Imagineer Remodeling will be displaying its European-flavored designs, known for being clean, functional and practical. "European textures and materials can take the punishment of water, stains and sun," says Issac Azencot, owner of Imagineer Remodeling (www.imagineerremodeling.com). "American kitchens and baths have had the same tired look for years. Things are changing. European manufacturers design drawers and cabinets to be more efficient, for example. These concepts are finally being incorporated into American kitchens."
"There is always something new to see at the show—the latest home designs, ideas and technology," says Goodman.
The Conejo Valley Home Remodeling Show, a bi-annual event since 1995, takes place in spring and fall. The entry fee at the door is $4 per person. For free tickets, go to www.facebook.com/ConejoValleyHomeShow. For more information, call 805-529-0760, go to www.westlakehomeshow.com or e-mail email@example.com.