It’s officially the end of the 2019 home show season, and we would like to thank everyone who came to visit us these past few months. This year, Logan A/C & Heat Services took part in three home shows in Dayton, two in Cincinnati, and three in Columbus.
Here are just a few of the highlights from the home shows we attended throughout Ohio:
We welcomed the brand new Greater Dayton Home Show at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds, which we hope will become a new January tradition for the Miami Valley.
In Troy, Hobart Arena shut down its ice for one “cool” weekend of home improvement at the Miami County Home & Garden Show. We were excited to return to this show and have a great weekend with some amazing people from Troy and the northern Miami Valley.
Severe winter weather couldn’t stop the massive demand for meeting home improvement experts in the Cincinnati area this year. In fact, the Greater Cincinnati Remodeling Expo at the Sharonville Convention Center welcomed an additional weekend in order to give more people a chance to seek out help for their home improvement projects.
As March came roaring in like a lion, we celebrated our tenth year of attending the Cincinnati Home & Garden Show at the Duke Energy Center. We met friends old and new, and even received a 5-star review from Tom, who said,
“Met Amanda K of Logan commercials fame at the Home & Garden Show. Even though she’s a Packers fan from Wisconsin and I’m a BEARS fan from Chicago she convinced us to check out Logan AC for a new Trane HVAC system. After shopping around we found Logan had the best reviews and a great price. Ryan B and his team did the install and did a great job. Looks good, works great. Zane P set it all up. Made it easy. They earn 5 Stars in our book. Highly recommend Logan.”
The second weekend of January we were part of the new Ohio Home + Remodeling Show at the Columbus Convention Center, which due to its popularity will be returning in January 2020.
At the Columbus Home & Garden Show, we had the privilege of sponsoring Tom Silva and Richard Trethewey from the long-time running show on PBS, “This Old House.” We also gave a proud Buckeyes welcome to Pete Nelson from the Animal Planet series “Treehouse Masters.”
Although we were star struck by our celebrity encounters, the real stars of this home show season were the hundreds of people like you who took time out of their busy schedules to visit us.
We’re already making plans to attend new events in all three cities in 2020, as well as looking ahead to this summer. In June, we’ll be attending the Taps Tastes and Tunes Festival in West Chester, and in August we’ll be attending Cincinnati’s Brew Ha-Ha.
You don’t have to wait until the next event to learn about replacing your heating and air conditioning. Our team is happy to help with an in-home estimate!