Vendors fill up the entire civic center to show off their latest ideas for home improvement.
The home show runs Friday through Sunday.
Courtney Plante reports.
Crews set up displays for the home show this weekend.
Chair Greg Zenker expects this to be largest show they've held.
"We are full. We have no empty spaces left. We added 15 spaces about 3 weeks ago," said Greg Zenker, 2014 home show chair.
The number of vendors isn't the only thing that is larger than ever.
Leingang Home Center president Jan Frohlich is setting up something special.
They have been at the home show for over 30 years -- but this will be Frohlich's biggest display yet.
"It's very logistically challenging every year getting everything over here and getting it planned. Well in advance we have to work on this and get it to go so it all meshes together very nicely," said Jan Frohlich, Leingan Home Center president.
Frohlich is displaying a variety of products they offer -- from windows to siding.
This project is 3 years in the making and he expects it to take them about 3 hours to set up.
"When we set up its all hands on deck. We try to get as many people around as possible, rounded up as possible, and get them together to get it done in a hurry and get it to look good," said Jan Frohlich, Leingan Home Center president.
At 20 feet high -- Frohlich says his display is a sight to see.
More than 200 vendors will have booths set up in the exhibit hall, main arena and hallways.