The Scottish Homebuilding & Renovating Show, Scotland’s largest consumer exhibition for self-builders, home renovators and improvers, is back at the SEC, Glasgow on June 1 & 2 2019.

The show will be brimming with bright ideas, the latest products and services and free advice from a wide range of experts. For small renovations to complete self-builds, the Scottish Homebuilding & Renovating Show is the place to pick up tools, tips and inspiration from the brightest experts in the business.

Over two days, visitors can talk to architects, planners, builders, self-build specialists, legal experts, craftspeople and designers – and meet suppliers of everything from flooring and roof tiles to interior paint and storage solutions.

Expert advice:

Visitors can take along plans to The Advice Centre and get tailored solutions in a 15-minute FREE one-to-one session with self-build experts Allan Corfield and Mike Cruickshank, David Hilton, Michael Holmes and Tom McSherry. Architects, builders and planning experts will also be available for free consultations.

140 key suppliers

The Show brings together thousands of the freshest ideas from suppliers from across the country, all in one space

Educational masterclasses

Short sessions packed with detailed advice on specific talking points – all from the brightest minds in the world of homebuilding and renovations. Topics will include How to Fund Your Self-build, Underfloor Heating – The Truth Behind The Myths and Make Money from Your Property – Get iInto Holiday Letting.

In-depth daily seminars

These 30 minutes sessions are designed to give visitors advice on a range of topics including A Beginner’s Guide to Building Your Own Home, Planning Permission – finding your way through the planning maze and Extension Design Ideas.  

The show is taking place at the SEC, Glasgow on 1 – 2 June 2019. Opening hours: Saturday 10am – 5pm; Sunday 10am – 4.30pm.

Tickets are £8* advance (available till 3pm on Friday 31 May) and £12 on the door and are available on 0844 858 6754**  Under 16s go free.For more information of tickets visit