IDSystems all set for Grand Designs Live
The largest exhibition of the year for IDSystems gets underway at ExCeL in London on Saturday 29th April. The nine day show will feature IDSystems stand (B200) at the entrance to the Grand Build hall of the show, one of six distinct sections of the hugely popular show.
Based on the Channel 4 TV series, and presented by design guru Kevin McCloud, Grand Designs Live is packed with over 500 exhibitors, across six different sections offering ideas and inspiration for your very own Grand Design, however big or small.
The IDSystems stand will be packed full of the widest range of glazing solutions on the display at the entire exhibition, from award-winning bifold doors to gable end glazing and from large sliding doors to flat rooflights and even our innovative range of front doors and windows.
The Grand Build hall is the perfect place for customers to source the latest products and expert advice for everything from small-scale projects to renovations and complete self-builds. Whilst the Grand Interiors, Grand Bathrooms, Grand Kitchens, Grand Gardens and Grand Technology sections of the event showcase exciting new products and industry leading expertise across the widest range of home improvement sectors for almost any type of project.
Speaking ahead of the show IDSystems Managing Director Richard Hunter was excited for the nine days, saying "Grand Designs Live is always such a great show and that is why we invest so much effort into it. The visitors to the show are so passionate about their projects and being able to demonstrate our systems and talk through how our products can bring their renovations and builds to life is so important.
"After such an incredible start to the year for the business, and on the back of the Homebuilding & Renovating Show at the NEC last month, we are really looking forward to being back at ExCeL. We have tweaked our exhibition stand slightly and added even more industry leading products to our display, so we cannot wait for the exhibition to get underway."