The 2015 Home Show was a success, but don’t take our word for it, read what others had to say… [learn more]
2015 Show Features:
Inspiration and Know-How
Find the very best in quality products along with the experienced craftsmen to meet all those home improvement, decor, and building needs.
Free Antique Appraisals
Determine the current market value of any of your possessions free-of-charge. This service will be provided by Russ Antiques and Auctions, LLC.
WIN a Cruise to the Bahamas
Win a 7 day cruise for two. You must attend the Home Show to enter for your chance to win this great vacation.
Answering questions: Can I build whatever I want on my property? What is cost effective: build new or remodel? AND OTHERS… [learn more]
Enter to win some fun, tasty and valuable prizes including gift certificates to restaurants, hotel stays, and tickets to local attractions. [learn more]
Builders and Remodelers:
Don’t miss out on your chance to participate in the 2013 Home Show. Click below for details.
Home Show on Facebook
Past Home Show Highlights
Mystic Resident Wins Big
Miranda Cahill from Mystic won the seven day cruise to the Bahamas for two.
Action-packed Home Show in 2014
Lucky attendees received door prizes, others took advantage of the free antique appraisals. There were tool safety and building workshops for kids, and seminars for home owners. read more
Success: April 2013 Home Show
Held at Mystic Marriott, the Home Show drew people from all over the region, and there was plenty to see from the many exhibitors. Read The Day’s article.
Bathroom Makeover Winner
Megann McAndrew from North Stonongton won the Bathroom Makeover, valued at $5000. Learn more.
The Eastern Connecticut Premier Home Show, organized and managed by the Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut and The Builders and Remodelers Association of Eastern Connecticut, provides an opportunity for builders, remodelers and providers of interior and exterior home products and services to display the many talents and superior services available to the residences and homeowners of the region in a “Buy Local” atmosphere.