Toronto, Canada, March 09, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Two greatly popular and successful events, National Home Show (NHS) and Canada Blooms 2016 are just round the corner. Centurian Window Fashions, serving the Greater Toronto Area, is all set to showcase its window covering products and services at the NHS.
Ten momentous days, 11th March to 20th March, are to be marked on the calendars of aspirants. Hosted by Direct Energy Centre, the twin events are to be collocated at Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place, Princes' Blvd., Toronto. In 2015, there were 174,494 attendees. Assumptions surge higher this year.
Business owners, designers and suppliers belonging to the home décor, furnishing and renovation industry are looking forward to the NHS. Home owners can find a pool of innovative concepts, latest technological updates and expert advice for remodeling and restoration projects. Budding designers too can draw on a stash of ideas and tips from veterans through seminars, workshops and demonstrations.
Centurian Window Fashions, Toronto, catering to every need related to home décor, aims at ultimate customer satisfaction with products, demonstrations and post-sale services. Visitors may preview window draperies, curtains, blinds, shades and shutters sourced from reputed brands like Hunter Douglas, Shade O Matic, Maxxmar, Graber, Robert Allen and Levalor.
A spokesperson from Centurian says, “With each edition of NHS, the number of visitors has kept increasing. Last year more than 90% of them were home owners. We’ve got to improve our services to live up to bigger expectations.”
Centurian will occupy booth number S158 at NHS. Tickets and special 2-day passes are available from the organizers or from online [http://www.nationalhomeshow.com/Content/Tickets/9_34/].
Centurian Window Fashions
1717 Avenue Road, Toronto, Canada
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Building Industry & Land Development Association (BILD Association)
20 Upjohn Road, Suite 100, Toronto, ON M3B 2V9