The Homebuilding & Renovating Show is travelling to Farnborough this weekend to help self builders, renovators and extenders achieve their 2020 plans for their homes.

A new year for many means a new project, and the Farnborough Homebuilding & Renovating Show marks a golden opportunity to seek expert advice on your project, and see in action the latest home products from a range of exhibitors.

Get Expert Advice

Recent research has revealed than an estimated £55bn will be spent on renovations during 2020, and the first Homebuilding & Renovating Show of 2020 has everything to help with your project, regardless of where you are at with your project. 

As ever, an esteemed panel of industry experts, including architects and planners, will be on hand at the Advice Centre to help answer any questions you have about your project, whether you’re embarking on a period renovation or planning a brand new extension. 

Once the show opens, visitors can book a free 15-minute one-to-one session in the Advice Centre for specific advice on their project, although spaces are limited so do head to the Advice Centre as soon as you arrive to avoid disappointment.

Experts include eco expert David Hilton; planning expert and managing director at Foxley Tagg Planning, Sally Tagg; and Michael Holmes, director of content and product development at Homebuilding & Renovating magazine.

Seminars and Masterclasses

You can also catch numerous seminars and masterclasses throughout the two-day event.

In the Seminar Theatre, A Beginner’s Guide to Building Your Own Home is essential if you are planning to self build in 2020, while Kitchen Design: How to Get it Right will help you to create the kitchen of your dreamsw hile avoiding common pitfalls. You can also catch sessions in the Masterclass Theatre including Underfloor Heating: The Truth Behind the Myths.

You can still buy tickets for the show, which takes place on 18-19 January at Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre. 

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