NARI Milwaukee hosts 31st annual Home and Remodeling Show this weekend

Marice Phelipe

WEST ALLIS – Over the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has turned many homes into schools, day cares, gyms and offices. 

And some folks are ready for a change.

“People have spent more time at home so they’re noticing things they want to change, or they’re spending more time at home so they want to modify their home to fit that shift in their lifestyle,” said Natalie Dulka, a designer at Allen Kitchen and Bath.

And with a hot real-estate market, some homeowners who might have been considering  purchase of a new home are looking to remodel.

Despite nationwide shortages of some construction materials, the demand for renovations and home improvements is higher than ever.

Ideas and contractors can be found this weekend at the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) Home and Remodeling Show. More than 70 exhibitors will display products and services.

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