TYLER, TX (KLTV) - Friday marks the start of the 38th Annual Home Product Show in Tyler, hosted by the Tyler Area Builders Association.
With over 90 different exhibitors, this year's show will feature every aspect of the home industries latest and greatest products. And after 38 years, the Tyler Area Builders Association still has one goal in mind.
"To promote the new products that are out, and give the ability for the public to come look at those and see how they could come improve their home, all in one place," Chairman of the Home Products Show Chris Suddeth said.
The show is a place where you can find inspiration on how to update your home and even build a new one. The Home Products Show is where you can also find the right guidance needed to make smart improvements to your home.
"The builders that are here, the years of experience they've had a lot of the vendors that are here, the plumbing, electrical have been in business here in Tyler for a long time and the surrounding areas," Suddeth said. "So you have a lot of knowledge and expertise all here in one spot."
With technology at the forefront of this nation, the Home Products Show offers a way to bring smart technology into your home through KP Evolutions.
"We try to be the company that evolves with technology," President of KP Evolutions Charles Kirby said. "And be the guys that are trained and skilled and know how to put everything together so that the people that we work for don't have to know all of that."
From TV's, stereo systems, lighting controls, security cameras and more, KP Evolutions makes everything run on one system.
"Take all of those things that are really complicated and make them work together in a really easy way for people to use," Kirby said.
And you won't have to worry about missing out on even newer technology.
"We are constantly on the forefront of technology keeping up with the latest and greatest," Kirby said. "All of our guys get training so that we are evolving with that technology. So that when somebody comes to us, we are able to listen to their needs and what it is they are trying to do and offer a solution to them that makes sense."
The Home Products Show will open again Saturday at 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the Harvey Convention Center, and again on Sunday from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. Tickets are $5 for adults, and children 12 and under are free.