The Pittsburgh Home and Garden Show will take place at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in downtown Pittsburgh from March 1-10 and will display more than 1,600 exhibits from local stores in Pittsburgh and surrounding areas.
The show started in 1981 with only 130 exhibits and 30,000 attendees. The attraction has expanded to more than 350,000 viewers, making it the largest home event in the state of Pennsylvania. This event is not only for those looking to remodel, or build a home, but also for those browsing for unique, new design and decorating ideas.
Something different this year? Enter the Union Army encampment—right inside the convention center—to experience the lifestyle during the time period.
The following Upper St. Clair-area stores will be at the Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show:
- Wild Birds Unlimited (N. Highland Road) Your backyard bird feeding and nature shop. The store sells bird food, feeders, houses, hardware and nature gifts—everything you need to enjoy the birds in your backyard.
- Don’s Appliances (Baum Boulevard, N. Highland Road, Washington Road): The store has been rated a top 100 servicer by Sub-Zero/Wolf and the service department gets "A" grades from our various manufacturers on a continual basis.
- Deckmasters Technologies, Inc. (Painters Run Road): This corporation custom designs & builds decks, porches, screen rooms and sunrooms.
- Country Barns of Pittsburgh (Bower Hill Road): Find children's furniture, gazebos, gifts, fliders, outdoor and patio items, planters, playsets, rockers, sheds, swings, tables, wells and wood furniture.
More exhibits are added to the show every day. For an updated list of vendors and more information on the Pittsburgh Home and Garden Show, visit www.pghhome.com.