By: Haylie Smart | Category: Lawn & Garden | Issue: March 2023
Marble Elegance not only offers marble products, but even natural and engineered stone for both countertops and shower walls.
As weather warms up and flowers and trees awaken from their dormant sleep, many people start finding new spring projects to work on around the house and yard. Some of those projects can be daunting without the right tools or knowledge, which is why the Claremore Home & Garden show is a fantastic resource.
For over 20 years, the show, which is now produced by the Tulsa Home Builders Association and Rogers County Builders Association, has provided northeast Oklahoma with an extensive display of products for all home and lifestyle improvement needs.
“When attending the Claremore Home and Garden Show,” said Jeff Smith, CEO of Tulsa HBA. “You can expect to see more than 100 vendors to improve and update your home.”
And one of those vendors is local Claremore business Marble Elegance. They are happy to announce to new and existing customers that they have moved away from stick templates to digital templating, which is the process of taking measurements to create a countertop template. “It’s amazing to see the amount of time saved, and the accuracy it has allowed us to have,” said Owner Mike Self.
Vickrey Heat and Air will be showing several of their products, including the Mitsubishi Mini Split system and the Trane & Rheem HVAC system.
In addition to this new service, Self said their primary focus at this year’s show will be product knowledge. “Knowledge is power,” he said. “And with all the different products out there, we want to be able to help navigate them through whatever project they’re doing.”
Another vendor to look for is Vickrey Heat and Air. “We will talk about the Climate Master geothermal and we’ll offer the air scrubber, which is an air purification system,” said associate Robyn Dennis.
Those two businesses are just a couple of many that will be present at the show, which is set for March 24-25 at the Claremore Expo. Attendees will also be pleased to know Master Gardeners will be returning to the show.
“Guests always enjoy the opportunity to speak with them as they enter the show,” Smith said.
The Rogers County Builders Association, and Tulsa HBA aim to make the free-to-attend show bigger and better every year with new vendors, so if you’re wanting to improve your home, business, or other property don’t miss the show.
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