CLEVELAND - Most of us would agree that today's housing market is still suffering. That's why more and more people are spending their hard-earned money on making home improvements.
That's why Cleveland's IX center will be buzzing now through Jan. 22, 2012. The NARI Home Improvement show will be there to offer experts and contractors to answer any home makeover question you may have.
Most people are confident that the housing market will start to grow in the coming years. That's why people are fixing up their homes now.
Outside the home it's all about curb appeal. A new garage door or a new entranceway into the home can make a huge difference. Inside the home, a modern kitchen is what most home buyers are looking for.
"In my home, you have to walk through the kitchen to get to the rest of the house. If it's an eyesore, it can leave a bad impression on the whole house" said Benson Willock, a North Canton homeowner.
Whether it's a new roof, windows, or an inside remodel job, this home improvement show has every angle covered.
The NARI 2012 Home Improvement show runs Jan. 19 to 22 at Cleveland's IX center. Tickets are $12 for adults. Discounts are available at local Sherwin-Williams stores.