Held at the exciting new Titanic Exhibition Centre, Betterhomes will be taking centre stage showcasing a selection of stylish, innovative and affordable products from across its vast range, as well as giving every visitor to the event a chance to win a £5k Betterhomes makeover. In addition, the company’s management has committed to making a donation to the Northern Ireland Hospice for every registration of interest generated from their stand.
Founded by David Boyd and Gary Sinnerton in 1998, Belfast-based Betterhomes is known for its extensive range of low-maintenance, high-quality uPVC windows, doors, conservatories and roofline products. Strong performance over recent years has prompted the company to diversify into kitchen, bedroom and bathroom supply, and also to eye up markets beyond the province.
Show organizer, Brian Corry commented: “We are excited to be putting the final touches to the show and we are set for a busy weekend with registration from all over the country.
“We are delighted to be working with Betterhomes as our competition partner – the £5K giveaway is truly one of the show highlights – with a great range of products and great service and its proving to be very popular with visitors.
Brian concluded: “I encourage anyone who is interested in improving their home, in any way shape of form, to come down this weekend, where there will be fantastic displays, offers and ideas – you could even bag yourself a five thousand pound makeover, courtesy of Betterhomes.”
James Clarke, General Manager at Betterhomes said: “We are really gearing up for a fantastic event, with our biggest stand at an exhibition to-date.
“The show organisers tell us that the footfall is set to reach record heights this weekend, as more and more people are investing in their homes.
“We have also made a commitment to our chosen charity of the year, the Northern Ireland Hospice, for every person who registers interest with us, will make a donation.”
NI Hospice is Betterhomes’ chosen charity for 2015. The company has already organized several events on behalf of the hospice, which provides specialist care to children, young people and adults with life-limiting illness.
James concluded: “Shows like ‘Love Your Home’ are a great opportunity to meet the public.
“They’ve seen lots of new solutions and they’re excited by new possibilities. Some of our best customers started off as show contacts… and, by making a donation to the Northern Ireland Hospice, we can put something back.”
Betterhomes is located at Duncrue Industrial Estate and is open to both residential and commercial customers. For more information, visit http://www.betterhomesgroup.com .
‘Love Your Home’ takes place at the Titanic Exhibition Centre 10th – 11th October 2015. To register for the show — and qualify for the Betterhomes draw — visit
Picture caption: James Clarke, General Manager at Betterhomes is pictured alongside show organiser, Brian Corry with John Philips from the Northern Ireland Hospice.