Knoxville (WVLT) -- Whether you are a craftsman or just an armchair fan of home improvement shows, the Knoxville Convention Center is the place to be this weekend.
That's because it marks the second annual Fall Home and Remodeling Show.
110 vendors and 250 booths all under one roof, offering everything from do-it-yourself seminars to demonstrations of the latest power tools.
That means there is plenty to see, do, and learn.
"If you have a plan in mind or your looking for someone to do it for you, we've got those folks here," said Scott Peek, manager of the show. "They will come in, they will help you with the blue prints, they will build it for you, and they will put the whole thing together. If you're a person who likes the tools and wants to do it yourself, the equipment is here, the merchandise is here, you can buy, go home, and do the work yourself. We have both way's covered."
The show started Friday and will wrap up on Sunday at 4:00 PM.
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