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The 34th Annual Texas Home & Garden Show, the premier destination for the home and garden needs of all Houstonians returns to NRG Center, located at 1 NRG Park in Houston, from February 14-16, 2020. Back with more to see and do than ever before, the Texas Home & Garden Show is the best resource for expert advice, money-saving tips, remodeling ideas, landscape features and everything needed for home and garden projects.

From windows and doors to roofs and floors, this show covers more than 100,000 square feet, with more than a thousand products and services on hand, including experts and innovative home ideas.

New For 2020,  The Texas Home & Garden Show will feature five new pavilions with corresponding seminars and “how-to” programs including the Smart Aging Pavilion, where guests will be able to explore services, products and companies serving the tremendous Baby Boomer market, as well as the Backyard Oasis Pavilion featuring more hardscapes, palapas, patio furniture, outdoor kitchens, and accessories, than ever before.

Other pavilions include Emergency Preparedness, where Exhibitors offer products and information to help attendees be prepared; Pet Pavilion, which caters to furry friends and their owners; and Vacation-Leisure-Outdoor, a favorite feature that offers attendees ideas and deals on travel destinations

Attendees will be able to:

  • Meet with industry professionals who have extensive knowledge related to their upcoming home improvement projects.
  • Get a chance to participate in hands-on experiences through workshops.
  • Learn about all the latest products for home and family.
  • Comparison shop several companies under one roof saving time and resources.
  • Set appointments for project estimates on the spot or take time to contact companies when they are ready to begin their project.
  • Save money with show-only specials and incentives.
  • Meet face-to-face with experts.
  • Get to know companies before you bring them into your home!
  • Other sights and sound include driving simulators and NASCAR display car; a huge plant sale that benefits Habitat for Humanity and even a rescue donkey