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As spring nears, the number of home shows scheduled in your area is increasing. And if you're a homeowner looking for a residential product or service, like gutters and installation, you may be considering attending one or more of these shows to get an idea of what local companies offer.
Hundreds of these home and garden shows are held around the U.S. each year. Here's why attending a home show to learn more about your gutter options may be worth your while.
See the products.
You've heard or read about various types of gutters and gutter guards, but now is your chance to see how they really work. Many gutter installation companies feature their top-selling products in displays at home shows, often in ways that let you see exactly how they would function when installed.
Learn about the companies.
Home shows give you a chance to see several companies at one time. You can more easily compare what they offer and if they'd be a good match for you. Do they serve your area? Are there satisfied homeowners they've serviced in your neighborhood? Do they offer the products you're considering? This is a chance to get your questions answered with a minimum of legwork or phone calls.
Talk to the company owners.
Here's a little secret: The smaller the home show, the more likely you'll meet with small contractors who are ordinarily hard to get in touch with. Larger home shows often have marketing personnel staffing the booths, so you might not get a chance to meet with the contractor personally.
Smaller companies at larger shows usually have very small booths, but again, they are often staffed with the company owner or other decision makers. Often, you can even get a ballpark estimate on what your costs will be to have the gutters you want installed.
Most companies will welcome your questions and won't turn you away. But your odds of getting the most attention from the businesses you want to talk to increase when you go at the time the home show opens or about two hours before they close. (Don't go at the very last minute; some businesses are already starting to pack things up.)
While home shows can be fun, they also offer an opportunity to do your homework on a service like gutter installation. You can learn about new products and talk to several providers in one place.Share
12 January 2016