There are many things, items and companies that you really should check out at the Home Improvement Open-Air Market that are not necessarily Special Features but should be mentioned!
Outdoor living is a major benefit of California living. This Market has numerous methods and products that will enhance your lifestyle and extend the indoors to the outdoors. Deck building has evolved. Evolved Decks of Grass Valley provide durable, low maintenance steel framed decks kits.
Our backyards are an extension of our living area to relax and enjoy. A must have is a bbq. Let your bbq chef select one of the fine Lions BBQ’s at the Market.
Comfort, enjoyment, relaxation, all describe your backyard spa. Sacramento Hot Tub Warehouse have sizes and styles to suit your year-long pleasure.
Save Money and Power
Solar power is usable energy generated from the sun. It is a clean, inexpensive, and renewable power source harnessable nearly everywhere in the world. Exhibitors at the Market provide various options for purchase or renting as well as tax credits that can offset some of the upfront costs.
One exhibitor, Foothill Electric, Inc., specializes in electrical, lighting, and as well as solar installations, including troubleshooting and repairs, all while working with you on getting the best prices and incentives.
Power Cut Off?
Solutions will be found at the Home Improvement Open-Air Market. Power your house with Intensity Electrical Service’s whole house Generac generator. Don’t let power outages put you in the dark.
Calling all grandparents and home schoolers. Discovery Toys provides fun and educational tools, games, toys and books for ALL ages. They are Kid Powered, Incorporate layers of learning, Selected for developmental value, Super safe and high quality, Fun, Non-violent, Non commercialized, Award winning and Eco-friendly. Time to get a jump on holiday shopping!
Landscaping On Display
An Open-Air Market is perfect for landscape displays. D L Junkins will create another custom display, located just inside the entry gate in the Forest Walk. Don suggests that fall is a good time for planting, less heat, less transplant shock and less watering to get things going. By listening to clients, he designs a garden that is personal, guiding through the negatives and positives and how to use your space according to your lifestyle.