Free tickets to The National Home Improvement Show 27-29 September

Just Do Property have negotiated with the organisers of the National Home Improvement Show and have 20 sets of free tickets to give away.

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Visit The National Home Improvement Show and upgrade the framework of your life

Olympia, London, 27-29 September 2013

The UK’s fastest growing home improvement event, The National Home Improvement Show, is returning to Olympia, London from 27-29 September 2013 proudly sponsored by  Anglian Home Improvements. The event brings together over 300 exhibitors from across the UK offering unparalleled advice and innovative property enhancing solutions for the serious home improver.

 Just Do Property have negotiated with the organisers and have 20 sets of free tickets to give away.  If youd like a ticket simply click here and register your details.  Act fast to get them. 

Leading property and renovation experts from Real Homes Magazine such as Michael Holmes, editor-in-chief; Julia Kendell, interior designer; and Oliver Heath, eco and architectural expert, will be on hand to guide and inspire visitors through their home renovation projects with seminars, masterclasses and one-to-one consultations taking place each day at the show. New features for 2013 include The Planning Clinic, Homebuilding and Renovating zone and the Ask the Architects Advice clinic designed to kick start your home improvements.

 This year’s new Planning Clinic is brought to you by planning permission specialists, Betternest, who will discuss everything you need to get your project off the ground. Head along to chat with a Betternest consultant and find out the feasibility, costs and deadlines of your building programme.

 This year, the new sponsor of the Interiors and Decorating area is internationally renowned paint brand, Dulux and this company will be hosting an Interior Design Clinic. From urban minimalist living spaces to shabby chic bedrooms, visitors will find a plethora of design hints and tips. Head over for advice on colour schemes, furnishings, lighting and flooring ideas.

For the first time, the show will host a Homebuilding and Renovating Zone. Whether you’re about to embark on building your own house, remodel your existing property or undertake a major extension, soak up specialist knowledge and DIY tips from Homebuilding and Renovating magazine experts, no matter the size, scale or stage of your project. Exhibitors will be showcasing their latest products for kitchen and bedroom renovation inspiration through to companies offering to build your home from scratch.

If you are a keen to go green, The National Home Improvement Show provides visitors with an abundance of information on how to reduce your bills and implement eco savvy products. Oliver Heath, energy saving and renewables expert, will be on hand to answer questions and offer advice on how to create an eco home that is beautiful, healthy, nurturing and an efficient space to live in.

Take your plans to the Ask the Architect area led by self-build design expert, Hugo Tugman, and his company Tugman Architects & Designers. This distinguished teams knowledge of space, structure, lights, materials and texture will ensure that visitors are provided with a bespoke design to fit their individual lifestyle.                                                                                                                                        

For an in depth consultation, head along to the Ask the Experts area where you can talk directly and individually with one of the 10 dedicated leading home improvement experts. Have all your queries answered in a free 15 minute session and discuss concepts for your home restorations with those in the know equipped with years of first hand experience. This year, the panel of prestigious experts includes: Michael Holmes (Real Homes editor in chief, formerly presenter of ‘I Own Britain’s Best Home’); Oliver Heath (eco interiors and architecture expert in BBC’s Changing Rooms); Julia Kendell (DIY SOS and ITV1’s Daybreak); Matt James (Designer and expert on ITV’s Love Your Garden); Roger Hunt (renovation expert and co-author of Old House Handbook) and Douglas Kent (Expert in period properties, renovations and home improvements).

Undertaking some of the smaller projects yourself is a great way to reduce costs. Stop by the Tricks of the Trade area to soak up DIY doctor Mike Edwards useful tips and get stuck in to save money on your household projects. Mike will be conducting live demonstrations each day at the show, sharing his home-improvement insider secrets to help get you started.

The outstanding Kitchen and Bathroom Inspiration zone brought to you by Kitchen Bedroom & Bathroom magazine will be bigger than ever this year.  Discover innovative products, stylish designs, space saving solutions and much more.

Get motivated by the two Real Homes LIVE! Theatres offering daily in-depth seminars. The experts from Real Homes Magazine and special guests including Julia Kendell and Oliver Heath will be sharing their secrets of successful home improvement projects so you too can make the most of your home. With top tips on adding space and value, energy saving, interiors and gardens, the in-depth sessions will truly inspire.

In addition, free daily seminars and masterclasses will be conducted addressing specific problems such as building regulations, planning permission, permitted development rights. The experts will also cover plans for internal decor and eco efficient facilities to enable your projects to run smoothly from start to finish.


For more information on the show, exhibitors, seminar schedules and tickets visit or call the ticket hotline on 0844 581 0802  Tickets are £12 if booked in advance and £16 on door.

 Dont forget to get your free tickets courtesy of Just Do Property. If youd like a ticket simply click here and register your details.

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