2022 Fall Home Improvement & Outdoor Living Show | Sponsored
If you want the latest home renovations, want to build a house, learn more about landscaping, or even how to cook your favorite meal, you can find it all and more this month at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.
For the 10e year, the Horry Georgetown Home Builders Association presents its Fall Home Improvement and Outdoor Living Show at the Convention Center September 16-18.
The annual show features experts from all facets of the building and landscaping industry in Horry and Georgetown counties.
The Grand Strand is one of the fastest growing home markets in the country and many of the building professionals, contractors and other businesses associated with the building industry who have made this possible will be on hand to discuss their products and offer advice on the construction of new houses. to reshape your present.
Many new residents come from other parts of the country and may not be familiar with the plants that grow here. Several landscaping experts will be on hand to explain their services and provide advice on everything from that perfect shrub or tree to what type of grass grows best in a coastal environment.
Maybe what you’re looking for is that special, relaxing addition to your outdoor living space. Pool and spa companies will be at the show to help get you started in this direction.
Visitors can compare products and services in one place, which saves a lot of time when planning home and outdoor projects.
There will be a host of seminars and workshops on everything from decorating tips and backyard gardening to cooking demonstrations.
For animal lovers, there are new topics in the range of workshops and seminars that include dog training and a wildlife rehabilitation expert.
Are you looking for a new pet? Once again, the show is teaming up with local animal shelter, Grand Strand Humane Society, for three days of pet adoption to find homes for a variety of dogs and cats. “Last year, more than 50 animals found their new forever homes through our exhibits.” Rose Anne O’Reilly, executive director of the association.
If viewers still need a one-of-a-kind gift or homeware, visit the Waccamaw Arts and Crafts Guild’s favorite exhibit. Guild artists come together to create a large display of handmade local art showcasing the works of a number of artists working in a variety of mediums.
Show hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
Admission is $5 for adults for a day or a three-day pass for $10. Children under 16 are free.
The Horry Georgetown Home Builders Association was founded as a non-profit group in 1969 by a small group of builders and contractors to foster professionalism in the home building industry. The association has over 500 members from both counties representing professional builders, developers, renovators, building material suppliers, contractors, financial institutions, real estate professionals and many others who offer products and services to owners.