Why spring might – psychologically – be the best time to renovate your home

Hit ‘refresh’ on your home at the Langley Spring 2017 Home Expo

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Spring is a state of mind for most people, and it’s not just about busting out of the winter blues. As the temperatures warm up and the days grow longer, many homeowners begin to look at the year ahead and the projects they want to accomplish with a renewed vigour. It’s the perfect time for a fresh start, so psychologically there is an optimism that drives home renovations.

The Langley Spring 2017 Home Expo is designed to help you source ideas. 

From April 7-9, hit refresh on your home and get all the tools and tips you need to get started on new or outstanding projects to make your house a dream home. With 100 exhibitors to choose from, you can find inspiration in landscaping, windows and skylights, new construction, flooring, roofing; the list goes on.

Plus, professionals are on location waiting to discuss your ideas and provide you with advice on all your home renovation needs. 

Spring is absolutely the best time to make the changes to your home you’ve been thinking about, and the 16th Annual Langley Spring Home Expo is the perfect place to start – for a lot of good reasons.

• You will find all the inspiration you need to make your dream home a reality!

• You can compare products/services without the hassle of multiple phone calls and/or visits to stores. You get expert advice and plenty of options all under one roof.

• Many exhibitors provide special deals only available during the event.

• It’s a local and trusted event. Most exhibitors are from the area or have been servicing the Langley/Vancouver markets for years.

• There is no pressure to buy. Simply peruse the show floor and enjoy discussing projects and ideas in a relaxed environment with experts and other homeowners.

Organized by Evergreen Exhibitions, the three-day event offers the chance to cross everything off your wish list, and save thousands on home improvements through show specials. 

There is just something in the air during the spring season that makes it the ideal time for renovations. Or more fittingly, there is just something about the rotation of the Earth.

The spring equinox more evenly splits the daylight and darkness, making for longer days and slightly warmer nights. 

It is time to wake up from hibernation and look at your home with fresh eyes. The next step is to visit the Langley Spring Home Expo, April 7-9 at George Preston Recreation Centre, located at 20699 42nd Ave in Langley.

Admission is free and inspiration is endless.

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