Cleveland Home + Remodeling Expo Returns to Convention Center This Weekend


Now in its third year, the Cleveland Home + Remodeling Expo returns to the FirstMerit Convention Center of Cleveland, where it takes place from March 18 to 20. The three-day home improvement expo will showcase “everything needed to take a renovation project from start-to-finish whether renting or owning a home.”

On the Main Stage, you can learn about the latest trends and products and speak with nationally recognized stars and local home improvement experts. Known as the Property Brothers, 
Drew and Jonathan Scott help couples find, buy and transform extreme fixer-uppers into their dream homes. They’ll appear on the Main Stage on Saturday.

The recent host of HGTV’s Tiny House Builders, Derek “Deek” Diedricksen
 built his first small cabin in 1987 and has been a tiny home advocate ever since. He runs the YouTube design channel “RelaxShacksDotCom” with his brother Dustin. He appears on the Main Stage from Friday through Sunday.

The home decorating sensation Ursula Carmona runs the blog, “Home Made by Carmona,” which is full of practical, budget-friendly DIY projects and every day solutions to make your home more functional. She appears on the Main Stage on Friday and Sunday.

Best known for creating and co-hosting Room by Room, the first and longest-running show to air on HGTV, Matt Fox serves as the Main Stage emcee.

You can find a complete schedule and more information at

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