Denver Home Show expecting big crowds this weekend

DENVER (KDVR) — Whether you have a brand-new home, one that has been around a few years, or even one that is as old as Colorado, it doesn’t matter: You can breathe new life into it with great information, advice and products from the Denver Home Show.

For 26 years the Denver Home Show has been a destination location for those seeking information about anything “home.”

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“We have got flooring, we’ve got hot tubs, we’ve got massage chairs, we’ve got handyman services, windows, roofing, everything,” said Show Manager Dave Maughn.

Inside the Hall of Education at the National Western Complex, you will find hundreds of experts, vendors, and folks who offer up goods from hardwood to hot tubs. But the real bonus is information.

“It’s like I always say, you can come to this show and talk to three or four or more exhibitors in a certain industry. So if you want to get windows, for instance, you could talk to four or five different window companies, and get bids from all of them,” said Maughn.

You can also talk to Wei Li who owns and operates Simple Morea. Li makes unique hanging plants without pots.

“The outside is a moss and twine ball. Inside it’s just regular soil,” said Li.

Make sure you stop by and say hello to HGTV’s Unsellable House Twins, Lyndsay and Leslie Davis.

The Denver Home Show started Friday and runs through Sunday, March 24. Tickets are available at the door and at

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