October 2, 3, 4, 2015Arizona State Fairgrounds, 1826 W. McDowell Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85007
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Special Features Coming Soon!
Show HoursFriday & Saturday 10am to 6pm,
Sunday 10am to 5pm
AdmissionAdult: Adult $5.00, 3-12 $2.00, 2 and under Free.
Military Discount: FREE Admission with valid Military Identification
Senior Morning: Friday 10-12 noon Free admission for all Seniors 60+
Customer Appreciation: Friday between 4pm and 6pm FREE Admission
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No outside food allowed. Only bottled water allowed.
No Pets Allowed In Home Show, Except Working Service Dogs.
There are NO wheelchair or stroller rentals, please plan accordingly.
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Future Show Dates
October 2, 3, 4, 2015 – Arizona State Fairgrounds
January 15, 16, 17, 2016 – Arizona State Fairgrounds
March 4, 5, 6, 2016 – University of Phoenix Stadium
April 29, 30, May 1 2016 – Arizona State Fairgrounds
July 15, 16, 17, 2016 – University Of Phoenix Stadium
|Maricopa County Home Shows has been selected as one of the top 10 Premier Home Shows in the Country featured in the National Home & Garden Show Series for the 10th year in a row.|
*National home & garden Show Series represents the top Home & Garden Shows in America both in quality and attendance.
Home Show Screens Exhibitors
The Maricopa County Home Shows pre-screens all of our home improvement vendors through the AZ Registrar of Contractors to make sure that they are in good standing and are using good business practices. Before hiring any contractor, it is very important to know who you are doing business with. Look up your preferred contractor’s history, standing and code information at http://www.azroc.gov/
Arizona Registrar of Contractors
10 Tips on Hiring a Contractor
- Only hire a licensed contractor: Interview and hire only State licensed contractors. Check a contractor’s license number online at www.azroc.gov or by calling 602-542-1525. Remember to check the license status again on the day you are scheduled to sign the contract even if you did so earlier. License status can change over night.
- Get Bids: Get at least three bids from licensed contractors. These contractors should be licensed to perform the specific trades related to your project.
- Licensed Subcontractors: Obtain a list of all sub-contractors that will be used on your project. Make sure these contractors are properly licensed.
- Everything in Writing: Make sure all agreements are in writing including changes made to the original agreement.
- Get & Verify References: Obtain three references of recent jobs from each bidder. Review their past work in person.
- Detailed Records: Keep a file of all papers relating to the project including a payment receipt file.
- Workers’ Compensation: Confirm that all contractors used on your project has workers’ compensation insurance for employees.
- Payments Schedule: Add a payment schedule based on work completed to your agreement. Don’t make payments ahead of schedule or before work is completed according to your agreement.
- Never Pay in Cash: Be cautious if asked to make a large down payment or to pay in full prior to the commencement of the project. Do not pay the contractor in cash.
- Final Inspection: Don’t make the final payment (exception – pool contracts) until you’re satisfied with the work performed.