Several Renton businesses to exhibit at Seattle Home Show

The Seattle Home Show kicks off Feb. 17 at CenturyLink Field Event Center in Seattle.

  • Wednesday, February 7, 2018 12:23pm
  • Business

Several Renton businesses will be exhibiting in the upcoming Seattle Home Show, which kicks off Feb. 17 at CenturyLink Field Event Center in Seattle.

The Seattle Home show is the largest and oldest consumer home show in the nation.

“The Seattle Home Show offers consumers a one-stop venue to see just about everything they might need for the home, from design advice to building materials and more,” said Mike Kalian, managing director of the Seattle Home Show, in a press release.

Renton businesses that will be present at the show include Air-Care USA Inc., Alpine Gentle Roof Cleaning, Aqua Quip, Cummins, Inc., Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King Co., Lake Washington Windows & Doors, Northwest Log Home Care, P & P Local 32, Pan Abode Cedar Homes, Inc., Puget Sound Abatement, Seal Team One, Sound Door Services and Xtreme Pet Products.

Admission to the event is $13 for adults, $9 for seniors, $3 for kids aged 7 to 15 and free for kids under 7.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit http://www.seattlehomeshow.com/.

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