Many residents from the Grand Valley gathered at the Two Rivers Convention center on Sunday to look for new ways to fix up their house.
It was the last day of the 3 day Home Improvement and Remodeling Expo, where there was plenty of information, ideas and even activities.
The event attracted hundreds of residents from the valley and shined light on several local businesses.
Whether homeowners were looking to upgrade their kitchen floor, install a hot tub, or even looking into solar energy, the expo had it.
Brenda Chinn said, "We are hopefully going to redo a kitchen, a living room and expand it."
Chinn is just one of many looking to make a change to their home.
This was Jacquelyn Wieseler’s second time at the expo, "I thought they did a great job. I enjoyed meeting the vendors, they were very informative."
Vendors flooded the convention center and set up special booths for customers to touch, feel and hear featured products.
One vendor, Steve Smith, featured hot tubs, "It's definitely good for the community. I can see a lot of local business getting a lot of exposure with new customers."
Even nine year old, Alyson Lummert had some fun, "I really liked when you go and see all the hot tubs."
Some booths even offered fun activities for children while their parents stayed busy checking out all the new showcases. Lummert said, "I made these little boat things and the flag goes back and forth."
Sales Manager Jim Fraser has been coming to the expo for ten years now, and says every time it gets better and better. His booth featured high-end technology for the home.
Fraser said, "We come here every year to show off the newest technologies that we have."
Which is why some residents were looking for the next best thing.
Wiseler said she's looking for new innovations. "I learned about sand-less flooring and how you can get that done without having a big mess in your house."
This was the 35th year the expo has been in Grand Junction. For more information, you can visit http://www.hbanwco.com/.