The Swindon-based National Self Build & Renovation Centre will be celebrating the National Custom and Self Build Week 2018 with a three-day event aimed at encouraging people to build their own homes.
Over 250 exhibitors will be showcasing the very latest building products and technologies, with experienced representatives on hand to demonstrate, answer questions, and offer their professional advice.
One of the most popular features at the Self Build & Renovation Show will be the free guided tours of the NSBRC’s educational zones, featuring a life size Renovation House and their New Build Journey, helping visitors to visualise these products as part of their finished project.
NSBRC managing director, Harvey Fremlin said: "“We’d love to see people from Swindon and Wiltshire come along and discover how accessible it is to build your own home these days.
"We’re delighted to support the National Custom and Self Build Week by hosting our Spring Show and we will be encouraging visitors to sign up to their local ‘Right to Build register’ - a council maintained register of individuals and groups of individuals who want to build their own home.
“Whatever stage your project is in, there will be experts available to look at your ideas and offer feedback on where to start, the best building methods, trades and materials for the job”.
National Custom and Self Build Week runs from May 7 to 11. The Self Build & Renovation Show will be open from Friday, May 11 to Sunday, May 13 and is free to attend.