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35th Annual

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Welcome to the 35th Annual Southern Oregon Home Show! The Builders Association Southern Oregon is proud to host this year’s Southern Oregon Home Show! This wonderful event has hundreds of exhibits filled with thousands of products, services and ideas. It is my pleasure to welcome you to the one place, once a year where you can find anything and everything for your home. For three days you can visit with the experts, examine products and evaluate services for every conceivable need you have. Large or small, inside or outside, you’ll find lots of what you’re looking for. Whether you walk on it, park on it, wash clothes in it, look through it, cook in it, eat on top of it or even sleep on it, it’s all here at the Home Show! The Builders Association is made up of business leaders in your community who are committed to making Southern Oregon the best it can be. It is our pleasure Brad Bennington to have you visit and experience these wonderful products and services so that your home can be Brad Bennington the safe, inviting and comfortable place you want it to be. So come and have a great time at the one Executive Officer, Builders Association and only Southern Oregon Home Show! Southern Oregon

There’s No Place Like Home! BASO Mission Statement: Building a safe, strong and sustainable future through education, advocacy and leadership in our construction industry.

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Seminar Presenters

TONJA ANDREATTA Owner Andreatta Waterscapes 541-664-4511 • Email: tonja@andreatta-waterscapes.com www.andreatta-waterscapes.com WADE BISCHOFF Solar Advisor True South Solar 1-800-947-1187 • Email: wade@truesouthsolar.net www.truesouthsolar.net BRIAN POLLINGER Community Manager; SANDY ROGERS Sales Manager Hayden Homes Brian: 503-569-4256 Email: bpollinger@hayden-homes.com Sandy: 916-698-2705 Email: srogers@hayden-homes.com www.hayden-homes.com KERRIE DAVIS & MARK LOGAN Life and Wellness Coach The Juice Plus+ Company Kerrie: 541-944-7896 Mark: 541-951-4999 Email: kdavis3993@gmail.com or MarkLoganDC@gmail.com www.kerriedavis.juiceplus.com CHERYL FARIA Broker Home Quest Realty 1575 East McAndrews, Suite 200 Medford, OR 97504 (541) 774-5503 • Email: cherylfaria@yahoo.com

SHARON FARWELL Operations Manager; BLAKE HELMKEN Sales Manager Forever Green Interiors, Inc. 541-772-9567 • Email: sharon@forevergreeninteriors.com; blake@forevergreeninteriors.com; www.forevergreeninteriors.com

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JENNIFER FLEENER Design and Sales Consultant Lippert’s Carpet One 541-324-0242 • Email: jenniferf@lipperts.com www.carpetone.com

KEVIN GILL, OWNER Oregon Ground Water Association, Past President Clouser Drilling Inc. 541-476-7795 • Email: kevin@clouserdrilling.com www.clouserdrilling.com DAVE GOWERS Civil Engineer Cascade, ICF •541-597-2519 info@CascadeICF.com www.CascadeICF.com MATT HUNTER President, Lead Timber Framer Ashland Post and Beam 1467 Siskiyou Blvd. #98, Ashland, OR 97520 541-708-5670 • Email: matt@ashlandpostandbeam.com www.ashlandpostandbeam.com BROOKE INGRAM Associate Account Manager, KAREN CHASE Southern Oregon Outreach Manager, Energy Trust of Oregon Energy Trust Of Oregon 1-866-368-7878 • Email: info@energytrust.org www. energytrust.org NABIL TAHA PH.D, S.E. Precision Structural Engineering 836 Mason Way, Medford, OR, 97501. (541) 858-8500 250 Main St., Ste. A, Klamath Falls, OR, 97601. (541) 850-6300 Email: info@structure1.com www.structure1.com

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Seminars at a Glance FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 -

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Solar – Is it right for you? Save Energy. Save Money. Where to Begin Understanding & Maintaining a Water Garden A Guide to Well Water Ownership Treehouse Design Aeroponic Growing – The Future of Urban Gardening Maximize Your Energy Savings: Building with Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF) Home Buyers seminar for all types of Buyers Dream Home 101

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18 10:30 - 11:00 Save Energy. Save Money. Where to Begin 11:00 - 11:30 Solar – Is it right for you? 11:30 - 12:00 A Guide to Well Water Ownership 12:00 - 12:30 Timber Framing 101: An Introduction to an Age-Old Craft 12:30 - 1:00 Understanding & Maintaining a Water Garden 1:00 - 1:30 Staying Healthy with Live Plants in your Home or Office 1:30 - 2:00 Aeroponic Growing – The Future of Urban Gardening 2:00 - 2:30 Maximize Your Energy Savings: Building with Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF) Do you want to save and speed up your home 2:30 - 3:00 construction? Design Your Space Like a Pro 3:00 - 3:30 Home Buyers seminar for all types of Buyers 3:30 - 4:00 4:00 - 4:30 Dream Home 101

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19 11:30 - 12:00 Home Buyers seminar for all types of Buyers 12:00 -12:30 Dirt Cheap sustainable green homes 12:30 - 1:00 Timber Framing 101: An Introduction to an Age-Old Craft 1:00 - 1:30 Design Your Space Like a Pro 1:30 - 2:00 Aeroponic Growing – The Future of Urban Gardening 2:00 - 2:30 Maximize Your Energy Savings: Building with Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF) 2:30 - 3:00 Beautiful Homes with Cargo Containers February 17, 2017

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Seminar Schedule FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17

12:30 – 1:00 Solar – Is it right for you? Wade Bischoff, True South Solar Have you wondered whether Solar Energy would be a good choice for you? Find out about system sizing, solar incentives, debunking solar myths, and how to choose a solar contractor. 1:00 – 1:30

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Save Energy. Save Money. Where to Begin Energy Trust of Oregon Whether you’re looking to improve your existing home, build a new home or just save money on your utility costs, the Energy Trust of Oregon can help. Our program experts will show you how to identify opportunities in your home to save energy and how to maximize your budget with cash incentives, tax credits and new technologies. Get more from your energy with access to cash back, information and tools you need to complete energy

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17 Continued saving home upgrades and renewable energy projects. You will learn about no cost and low cost improvement options. Let us get you started on the path to energy efficiency. 1:30 – 2:00 Understanding & Maintaining a Water Garden Tonja Andreatta, Andreatta Waterscapes Water has the ability to bring a sense of peace and tranquility that can truly make us feel at home in our own backyard oasis. Gain an understanding about, and the best ways to take care of your water feature; whether it’s a fish pond, a water garden or a natural pool. 2:00 – 2:30 A Guide to Well Water Ownership Kevin Gill, Clouser Well Drilling Learn what you need to know about: - Groundwater and wells prior to buying a property - Considerations for choosing a water well drilling contractor - Where should the water well be located; water use laws in Oregon - Water well construction – why it is important - Tips to maintaining your water well. 2:30 – 3:00 Treehouse Design Nabil Taha, Precision Structural Engineering Bring your childhood dream to life with our crazy, but beautiful tree houses that the whole family can enjoy. 3:00 – 3:30 Aeroponic Growing – The Future of Urban Gardening Kerrie Davis & Mark Logan, The Juice Plus+ Company The Tower Garden is a state-of-the-art vertical aeroponic growing system that uses 90% less water and 90% less land. No soil, no weeding and you can grow up to 28 different fruits and vegetables – simple and easy.

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17 Continued

3:30 – 4:00 Maximize Your Energy Savings: Building with Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF) Dave Gowers, Cascade ICF ICF homes are more comfortable, quiet, mold-free, and energy efficient than those built with traditional construc tion methods. Wood-frame construction simply can’t compare to the fire resistance, permanence, resilience, and energy efficiency of walls built with insulated con crete forms. ICFs can be used to build virtually any struc ture, using any finish – brick, stucco, siding and more. 4:00 – 4:30 Home Buyers seminar for all types of Buyers Cheryl Faria, Home Quest Realty Learn about the ins and outs of home buying in this fast paced market. This class has all the information you will need to walk out educated and ready to buy with tips on locating homes, financing your next project or getting a grant of a down payment to buy your first home. 4:30 – 5:00 Dream Home 101 Brian Pollinger, Sandy Rogers, Hayden Homes Have you ever dreamt about building your own home? Learn the steps you need to take to plan, buy and build a new home.

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18 10:30 – 11:00 Save Energy. Save Money. Where to Begin Energy Trust of Oregon Whether you’re looking to improve your existing home, build a new home or just save money on your utility costs, the Energy Trust of Oregon can help. Our program experts will show you how to identify opportunities in your home to save energy and how to maximize your budget with cash incentives, tax credits and new technologies. Get more from your energy with access to cash back, information and tools you need to complete energy saving home upgrades and renewable energy projects. You will learn about no cost and low cost improvement options. Let us get you started on the path to energy efficiency. 11:00 – 11:30 Solar – Is it right for you? Wade Bischoff, True South Solar Have you wondered whether Solar Energy would be a good choice for you? Find out about system sizing, solar incentives, debunking solar myths, and how to choose a solar contractor. 11:30 – 12:00 A Guide to Well Water Ownership Kevin Gill, Clouser Well Drilling Learn what you need to know about: - Groundwater and wells prior to buying a property - Considerations for choosing a water well drilling contractor - Where should the water well be located; water use laws in Oregon - Water well construction – why it is important - Tips to maintaining your water well. 12:00 – 12:30 Timber Framing 101: An Introduction to an Age-Old Craft Matt Hunter, Ashland Post and Beam What is timber framing? How does it work? Why would I want to use it for my project? Can I afford it? We’ll touch on all these questions and more as we introduce you to this age-old building system. Come learn about this time-tested method of natural building that allows you to create beautiful, sturdy buildings.

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18 Continued 12:30 – 1:00 Understanding & Maintaining a Water Garden Tonja Andreatta, Andreatta Waterscapes Water has the ability to bring a sense of peace and tranquility that can truly make us feel at home in our own backyard oasis. Gain an understanding about, and the best ways to take care of your water feature; whether it’s a fish pond, a water garden or a natural pool. 1:00 – 1:30

Staying Healthy with Live Plants in your Home or Office Sharon Farwell, Blake Helmken, Forever Green Interiors Did you know that plants can benefit your physical and emotional health? Come find out about the health benefits of live plants in your home or office.

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Aeroponic Growing – The Future of Urban Gardening Kerrie Davis & Mark Logan, The Juice Plus+ Company The Tower Garden is a state-of-the-art vertical aeroponic growing system that uses 90% less water and 90% less land. No soil, no weeding and you can grow up to 28 different fruits and vegetables – simple and easy.

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Maximize Your Energy Savings: Building with Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF) Dave Gowers, Cascade ICF ICF homes are more comfortable, quiet, mold-free, and energy efficient than those built with traditional construction methods. Wood-frame construction simply can’t compare to the fire resistance, permanence, resilience, and energy efficiency of walls built with insulated concrete forms. ICFs can be used to build virtually any structure, using any finish – brick, stucco, siding and more.

2:30 – 3:00 Do you want to save and speed up your home construction? Nabil Taha, Precision Structural Engineering Learn how to build with Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs), Green certified wood, Log homes, Modular/manufactured homes, and much more. This seminar is filled with photos from actual projects. 3:00 – 3:30

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Design Your Space Like a Pro Jennifer Fleener, Lippert’s Carpet One Overwhelmed by so many choices? Come see how to design a space that works for you. We’ll give you some practical design tips to help uncomplicate the process, including some design rules and principles, as well as making choices on color and product. A Mail Tribune Advertising Department publication

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18 Continued

3:30 – 4:00 Home Buyers seminar for all types of Buyers Cheryl Faria, Home Quest Realty Learn about the ins and outs of home buying in this fast- paced market. This class has all the information you will need to walk out educated and ready to buy with tips on locating homes, financing your next project or getting a grant of a down payment to buy your first home. 4:00 – 4:30 Dream Home 101 Brian Pollinger, Sandy Rogers, Hayden Homes Have you ever dreamt about building your own home? Learn the steps you need to take to plan, buy and build a new home.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19 11:30 – 12:00 Home Buyers seminar for all types of Buyers Cheryl Faria, Home Quest Realty Learn about the ins and outs of home buying in this fast paced market. This class has all the information you will need to walk out educated and ready to buy with tips on locating homes, financing your next project or getting a grant of a down payment to buy your first home. 12:00 -12:30 Dirt Cheap sustainable green homes Nabil Taha, Precision Structural Engineering Learn how to build with Rammed Earth, Earthbags, Adobe, Cob, Straw Bale, and much more. You won’t get this information anywhere else. 12:30 – 1:00 Timber Framing 101: An Introduction to an Age-Old Craft Matt Hunter, Ashland Post and Beam What is timber framing? How does it work? Why would I want to use it for my project? Can I afford it? We’ll touch on all these questions and more as we introduce you to this age old building system. Come learn about this time tested method of natural building that allows you to create beautiful, sturdy buildings. 1:00 – 1:30 Design Your Space Like a Pro Jennifer Fleener, Lippert’s Carpet One Overwhelmed by so many choices? Come see how to design a space that works for you. We’ll give you some practical design tips to help uncomplicate the process, including some design rules and principles, as well as making choices on color and product. 1:30 – 2:00 Aeroponic Growing – The Future of Urban Gardening Kerrie Davis & Mark Logan, The Juice Plus+ Company The Tower Garden is a state-of-the-art vertical aeroponic

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growing system that uses 90% less water and 90% less land. No soil, no weeding and you can grow up to 28 different fruits and vegetables – simple and easy.

2:00 – 2:30 Maximize Your Energy Savings: Building with Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF) Dave Gowers, Cascade ICF ICF homes are more comfortable, quiet, mold-free, and energy efficient than those built with traditional construc tion methods. Wood-frame construction simply can’t compare to the fire resistance, permanence, resilience, and energy efficiency of walls built with insulated con crete forms. ICFs can be used to build virtually any struc ture, using any finish – brick, stucco, siding and more. 2:30 – 3:00 Beautiful Homes with Cargo Containers Nabil Taha, Precision Structural Engineering Think outside the box and learn how to build beautiful homes with cargo containers, and recycled steel. You won’t believe what you are going to see! Don’t miss this seminar!

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4 Kiwis Gutters 127 & 128 Arena

As Seen On TV 65, 71, 126, 106 Arena

Quality Continuous Gutters

Ceramic Frying Pans, Bamboo Sheets, Bamboo Pillows, Miracle Garden & Farm Broom

Adair Homes 77 Arena Custom Home Builder

Ashland Gun Club A-8 Upper Level 2

Advanced Air & Metal, Inc. 29 & 30 Upper Level 1

Information about the Ashland Gun Club & Local Shooting Sports

Furnace, Geothermal & Radiant Heating & Cooling Systems

Ashland Post and Beam, Inc. 72 Arena

Advanced Retractable Screens 164 Arena

Carpentry, Custom Building, Green & Leed Building, Residential Contractor

Sales & Installation of Retractable Screens for Entry & French Doors

Asurent Property Management A-7 Upper Level 2

Advanced Tree Services & Landscape 187 Upper Level 2

Property Management & Tenant Placement

Avista Utilities 49 Arena

Landscaping & Tree Work

Utilities

All Natural Pest Elimination 51 & 52 Arena

Banner Bank 94 Arena

Natural Pest Elimination

Mortgage, Construction, Renovation & Home Improvement Loans

Alpha Heating & Air 110 Arena Heating & Cooling Products

American Industrial Door, LLC 18 Upper Level 1 Overhead Doors, Overhead Door Screens & Operators

Andreatta Waterscapes 148 Arena Ponds, Waterfalls & Water Features

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Barlow Dream Homes 13 Upper Level 1 Design, Drafting & Construction

Bendistillery / Crater Lake Spirits 138 Arena Distilled Spirits: Hand-crafted & All Natural Ingredients

Big Sky Insulations, Inc. 79 & 80 Arena Structural Insulated Panels

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Bill’s Glass & Windshields 26 & 27 Upper Level 1 Windows, Shower Doors, Products & Services

Brothers Carpet Cleaning 135 Arena

Bobcat of Medford 181 & 182 Upper Level 2 Bobcat Brand Compact Equipment: Compact Loader, Utility Vehicles/Compact Excavators

Brothers Custom Cabinets & Furniture 185 &186 Upper Level 2

Bob’s Freakin’ Nuts A-16 Upper Level 2 19 Flavors of Nuts & Flavors of Jerky

Budget Blinds of Medford 78 Arena

Borgil Enterprises 121 & 139 Arena Casada Quattromed Massage Pad & Adako anywhere topper, Tens Units Massager

Bugs B Gone 175 Upper Level 2

Professional Commercial & Residential Carpet Cleaning

Cabinets, Counter-tops, and Murphy Beds

Window Coverings

Pest Control Services

Bright Ideas 55 & 56 Arena Solar Tube Skylights Sun-Rooms & Room Additions

C James Nursery 113 Arena

Britt Gutters 34 Upper Level 1 Gutters & Leaf Protection

Calculated Comfort, LLC 92 Arena

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Down Under Pots & Flowers-both empty & planted

Heating & Air Conditioning

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Callebur, Inc. 177 Upper Level 2 TV Streaming Device by Stream Smart Cascade Foam Insulation 53 Arena Spray Foam Insulation-Healthy & Energy Efficient Insulation Solutions Cascade ICF 24 & 25 Arena Energy Efficient Insulating Concrete Forms (ICF) Clouser Drilling Inc. 32 Upper Level 1 Well Drilling & Well Repair Services Coldwell Banker Pro West Real Estate 35 Upper Level 1 Real Estate, Homes for Sale, and Buyer Services Completely Floored, Inc. 6 & 7 Upper Level 1 Flooring: Tile, Wood, Carpet, and Vinyl Laminate Cooking 4 Wellness 174 Upper Level 2 Saladmaster Healthy Cooking System & Saladmaster Machine Costco Wholesale A-3 Upper Level 2 Home & Garden Products

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Cutco Cutlery 104 Arena Cutlery, Culinary Tools, BBQ & Garden Tools, Cookware, Flatware, Scissors, and Sporting Knives Cut’N Break Construction, Inc. 39 Arena Polished Concrete, Concrete Coatings, Concrete Overlays, Concrete Grinding and Surface Prep, Staining and Sealing Dave’s Carpet & Vinyl Liquidators C-5 Arena Carpet & Vinyl Liquidators, Flooring, Countertops, Cabinets Deoro Insurance Solutions A-2 Upper Level 2 Insurance: Life, Health, Medicare, Annuities, Planning Draperies N’ Things 75 Arena Window Coverings DS Johnson Enterprises, Inc. 123 Arena Corium 21 Aloe Cream Eagle Point Golf Club 189 Upper Level 2 Golf Course, Golf Tournament, Junior Golf EcoLife 129 & 130 Arena Natural, Effective & Long Lasting Pest Control Solutions

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Energy Trust of Oregon 183 Upper Level 2

Ford & Ford Trucking Outside

Resources for Saving Energy & Money, Information on Renewable Energy

Storage Containers

Forever Green Interiors 134 Arena

Essentials 17 Upper Level 1 Home DĂŠcor & Interior Design

Interior Plants and Containers for the Home & Office

Evergreen Federal Bank 54 Arena

Glass Guru of Medford 91 Arena

Banking & Lending

Glass Repair & Replacement, Windows, Showers, Doors & Mirrors, Door, Trim & Hardware

Fairway Independent Mortgage 192 Upper Level 2 Mortgage Banking

Farmers Insurance 176 Upper Level 2

GlassHut Greenhouses Outside

Auto, Home, Life & Commercial Insurance

Greenhouses: Cultivate Limitless Flora, Vegetables & Other Garden Delights In Your Own Aluminum & Glass Hobby Greenhouse

Fields Construction 165 Arena

GMX International Corporation 125 Arena

Custom, In-Ground & Quinte Swimming Pools

Magnetic Water Conditioners: Treats Hard Water Without Chemicals or Salt

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Golden West Marketing 40, 61, 96, 97, 109 Miracle Doormat, Hagane Tools: Ratchet Garden Tools, Miracle Grill Mat, The Perfect Wine Opener

Greens Central Vacuum 14 & 15 Central Vacuum Systems & Sewing Accessories

Greenway Spray 43, 44, 45, 46

Hayden Homes 124 Arena Home Builder

Hilton Fuel & Supply Outside Landscape & Gardening Supplies: Decorative Rock, Bark, etc.

Organic & Conventional Spraying for Landscape, Trees, Shrubs & Pest Control

Ground Control of Southern Oregon, LLC 95 Arena Landscape Products-Bark, Rock & SoilBlown in with Hose

Gutter Rudder 127 & 128 Arena The Best in Gutter Covers & Gutter Protection

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Hawaiian Sun Chairs 184 Upper Level 2 Sun Chairs & Accessories

Hlebechuk Painting LLC 166 Arena Interior & Exterior Residential Painting, Pressure Washing, Window Washing, Gutter Cleaning, Roof Cleaning, Holiday Light Installation

Hoag Roofing 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147 Arena Roofing Services & Products

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Home Depot C-8 Upper Level 2

Just A Note Cleaning 133 Arena

Home Improvement Supplies: Tools, Construction Products & Services

Carpet, Upholstery, Tile & Grout Cleaning, Deodorizing & Mold Elimination

Home of the Future Appliance and Furniture 178, 179, 180 Upper Level 2

Just Roof It 158 Arena

Roofing, Decks, Fencing, Windows & Siding

Furniture and Appliances

KBE Central Point Outside

Hot Tub Warehouse 152 & 153 Arena

Premium Heavy Equipment Dealership: Husqvarna, Polaris, Bad Boy, Krone, New Holland & More

Hot Tubs-Eco Spas

Hughes Lumber Company, Inc. 62 & 63 Arena TimberTech Decking, AZEK Decking, and AZEK Pavers

In Thee Garden 21 Upper Level 1 Water Gardening, Home & Garden Décor & Gifts

Indoor Airman Energy Conservation Specialist A-13 Upper Level 2 HVAC Ducting, Insulation & LED Lighting

Invisible Fence of South Central Oregon 74 Arena Pet Containment Products and Pet Safety Products

Invitation Only Matchmaking 191 Upper Level 2 Matchmaking & Dating Service

Jahnke Heating & A/C, Inc. 131 & 132 Arena HVAC Sales, Service, and Installation

JAM Roofing 10, 11, 12 Upper Level 1 Roofing & Construction

John L. Scott of Medford 59 & 60 Arena Real Estate

Johnson Builders Corp 108 Arena Custom Shops, Barns, Arenas

Juice Plus+ 137 Arena Tower Gardens & Whole Food Nutrition Products

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Kelley Exclusive Home Design 89 Arena Home Design & Construction Documents

Kennedy Fuel Company 36 & 37 Upper Level 1 HVAC RHEEM Systems, Florida Heat Pumps, Geothermal, and Napoleon Fireplaces

Knife River Materials 8 & 9 Upper Level 1 Asphalt Paving Road Construction, Ready Mixed Concrete and Building Materials Store Products

Leave Your Mark! 122 Arena Pavers, Synthetic Lawn, and Hardscapes

Lippert’s Carpet One C-2 Upper Level 1 Flooring and Interior Fashion Designs: Carpet, Vinyl, Hardwood, Laminate, and Tile

Lowe’s Home Improvement C-7 Upper Level 2 Interior & Exterior Home Projects: Fencing, Decking, Bath & Kitchen

Made in the Shade Blinds of Rogue Valley 48 Arena Window Coverings

Magic Hands Massager Birdhill, Ltd 154 Arena Magic Hands, a hand-held Percussion Massager: now available to individuals who want a personal massage with professional results A Mail Tribune Advertising Department publication

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Medford Fuel Company 22 & 23

National Solar 81 Arena

Toyo Heaters-Oil & Monitor Tank-less Hot Water Heaters

Residential & Commercial Design & Installation of PV Solar Systems

Merits Home Center 170, 171, 172 Upper Level 2

N-Hance Wood Renewal 70 Arena

Hot Tubs, BBQs, SONOS

Cabinet, Floor, and Interior Wood Refinishing

MetLife Auto & Home 16 Upper Level 1

No Frills Flooring 41 & 42 Arena

Auto & Home Insurance

Flooring, Cabinets, Granite & Countertops

Mitchell Window and Door 1, 2, 3, 4 Upper Level 1

NOR-PAC Power Systems A-4 Upper Level 2

Doors, Window, and Skylights

Generator Sales & Service

Moore’s Doors and Trim 160 Arena Exterior and Interior Doors, Barn Doors, Trim (Moulding & Millwork), Columns & Hardware

Mountain View Window and Door C-3 Arena

Northwest Seasonal Workers Association A-5 Upper Level 2 Volunteer Opportunities: Food & Warm Clothing Distribution, Community Outreach, Medical & Legal Advocacy

Sales, Service & Installation of Vinyl Windows & Doors

Oregon Flag & Pole A-15 Upper Level 2

Mr. Miniblind of Southern Oregon 151 Arena

Flag Poles, Flags & Solar Lights

Window Coverings, Shutters, Blind Repair, Blind Cleaning

Mt. Shasta Spring Water 101 Arena Bottled Spring Water

Music Shop, Inc., The 105 Arena Audio & Video Home Electronics

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Oregon Tile & Marble 86, 87, 88 Tile & Marble Stone and Glass Mosaics, as well as an Ever-Increasing Selection of Porcelain and Ceramic Tile

Orley’s Spas & Stoves 66, 67, 84, 85 Arena Catalina Swim Spas, Spas, Pellet & Wood Stoves

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Pacific Patio Structures 047 Arena Awnings & Patio Covers Pacific Survey Supply 90 Arena Laser Levels, Zip Levels, Magnetic Water Conditioners, Instrument Repair & Calibration, Reprographics Parr Lumber 93 Arena Your Source for the Latest & Greatest in Building Products & Services for Professional Contractors & Homeowners Phantom Screens 68, 69, 82, 83 Arena Retractable Screening Solutions for Doors, Windows & Large Openings Precision Structural Engineering, Inc. 142 Arena Structural Engineering Pressure Point Roofing, Inc. C-4 Arena Roofing, Siding, Windows, and Decks Prestige Products Direct 162 & 163 Arena Triad Aer Air Purifier Princess House A-12 Upper Level 2 Dinnerware, Cookware, Bakeware, Crystal Pristine Window Films 112 Arena 3M Window Film Products-Providing Safety & Security for the Windows of Your Home, Business, Church, School, or Other Facility Quality Tree Service 64 Arena Tree Pruning, Removal, and Stump Grindings

R & J Mobility Service, Inc. 38 Upper Level 1 Sell New & Used Wheelchair Vans in Addition to Providing Mobility & Accessibility Equipment for your Home or Vehicle R.A. Murphy Construction 111 Arena Foundation Repair & Tile ReMax Integrity A-6 Upper Level 2 Real Estate Services REVITALIFE 167 Arena VineVera Skincare Beauty Rodda Paint 31 Upper Level 1 Paint Store: Interior Paint, Exterior Paint, Stains, Coats, Wallpaper, Paint Supplies & More Rogue Valley Association of Realtors A-14 Upper Level 2 Real Esate Agent & Consumer Advocacy for Home Buyers & Builders Rogue Valley Council of Governments 173 Upper Level 2 Information on Lifelong Housing Rogue Valley Roofing, LLC 99 & 100 Arena Roofing & Gutter Products Rutledge Property GroupKeller Williams 120 Arena Residential & Commercial Real Estate Services

Quick N’ Brite 119 Arena Scum Off Shower Cleaner & Quick ‘N Brite All Purpose Cleaner

Scofield Landscape, Inc. 19 & 20 Upper Level 1 Design and Development of Outdoor Living Spaces: Pavers, Retaining Walls, and Water Features

Quinn’s Pump Services 33 Upper Level 1 Water, Well, Pump & Filtration Equipment

Selig Construction 136 Arena Windows

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SeneGence LipSense 190 Upper Level 2

TerraFirma Foundation Systems 102 & 103 Arena

Amazing Lipstick & Beauty Products

Foundation Stabilization, Basement Waterproofing, and Crawlspace Experts

Shower Doors & More 57 & 58 Arena

The Heat Pump Store 159 Arena

Shower Enclosures, Mirrors & Glass

Ductless Heat Pumps: Samsung, Mitsubishi, Fujitsu, Daiken & Gree

Sierra Pacific Windows 140 & 141 Arena

The Water Lab A-11 Upper Level 2

Aluminum Clad Wood Windows & Vinyl Windows

Water Quality Analysis

Siskiyou Pump Service 149 & 150 Arena

Tiny Heirloom Outside

Well Pumps, Water Treatment, Holding Tanks, Irrigation Pumps

Luxury Custom Built Tiny Homes

True South Solar 5 Upper Level 1

Solar Shield Window Tinting 156 Arena Window Tinting

Design & Installation of Solar Electric Systems

SOS Alarm 168 &169 Upper Level 2

Tuff Shed, Inc. C-6 Arena

Security Alarm, Camera Products & Services

Storage Sheds

Southern Oregon Media Group / Mail Tribune A-17 Upper Level 2

TURF-N-OREGON 50 Arena

Mail Tribune, Ashland Daily Tidings, The Nickel, Propel

Stanley Steemer 107 Arena

100% American Made 20 Year Warranty Artificial Grass & Putting Green Products

Ultimate Garage Floors 157 Arena Concrete Coating, Polishing, and Sealing

Carpet Cleaning, Upholstery, Cleaning, Tile & Grout Cleaning & Wood Cleaning

Unique Peaks Landscape 43, 44, 45, 46 Landscape Maintenance, Design & Installation

State Farm Insurance Russ Wimmer 73 Arena

Washington Federal 98 Arena

Insurance & Financial Services

Banking & Lending

Sun Cal Products 76 Arena Aroma Therapy Showerheads & Bath Accessories

West Coast Appliance, Furniture & Bedding C-1 Upper Level 1

Swany’s Gutters LLC A-1 Upper Level 2

Willamette Valley Bank A-9 Upper Level 2

Appliances, Furniture & Bedding

Roof with Gutter Downspout & Leafguard Display

Home Mortgage Services, Loan Programs, Construction Loans

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Builders Association Southern Oregon

Board of Directors

Tim Alvarez

Mel Weeks

Adam Rutledge

President Claudio Alvarez Construction

Vice President Parr Lumber

Associate Vice President Rutledge Property Group

Lou Mahar II Treasurer Mahar Brothers Construction

Jason Prins

Secretary Structural Solutions, Inc.

Tanner Lawton

Frank Mania

Gail Schoeneberg

James Beard

Board Member Ticor Title

Board Member ReMax Platinum

Parlimentarian Cut ‘N Break Construction

Board Member Fairway Independent Mortgage

Builders Association Southern Oregon Staff

Brad Bennington Executive Officer

Anita Wright

Communications & Education Director

Jessica Bennington Event Coordinator & Executive Assistant

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9 Things You Gain When You Go Tiny By Chelsea Faulkner Living tiny doesn’t mean you have to rough it. See how innovative tiny home designers Tyson and Michelle Spiess pack luxurious amenities into custom compact tiny houses measuring 250 square feet or less. Tyson and Michelle Spiess, husband and wife tiny home design duo and hosts of HGTV’s Tiny Luxury, pride themselves on building fullyfunctional tiny houses filled with all the comforts of a standard home. With the help of Michelle’s two broth-

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ers and their wives, the team crafts custom compact tiny homes using only the highest quality materials and furnishings. Their mantra: downsize, don’t downgrade. Check out some of the luxurious amenities this innovative team packs into each of their gorgeous tiny houses and you might just get inspired to go tiny, too! 1. A Dream Kitchen Because a kitchen in a tiny house is less than half the size of a stan-

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dard kitchen, splurging on high-end materials is a non-issue. Marble countertops, custom cabinetry, and handmade tile backsplashes are all affordable when you only need a few feet of each. In this gorgeous modern space, clients requested butcher-block countertops, stainless steel appliances and a sleek stainless steel tile backsplash. 2. And Speaking of Kitchens Really cool features like a hidden dishwasher and combined washer and dryer are totally feasible and affordable options. Although it doesn’t

look like it, this dishwasher can hold up to 7 place settings and 4 large pots and pans. 3. Lots of Natural Light Due to heating and cooling costs, picture windows or skylights often aren’t budget-friendly options in a standard home. But in a tiny home, large windows not only aid in air circulation, but make the space feel larger and more open. So you can lay back, watch the stars and sleep soundly knowing you won’t have to pay an electricity bill. Continued on Page 33

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a quiet, cozy sleeping experience unrivaled by a typical bedroom.

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4. A Spa-Like Bathroom Who doesn’t dream of relaxing in a warm bath at the end of the day? This luxurious tiny bathroom features a full-sized galvanized soaking tub, a relaxing station, spa shower, vessel sink and high-end industrial vanity lights. 5. Real Wood Accents Because a tiny home is built to hit the road, choosing durable, top-ofthe-line materials like real hardwood floors, trim and beams is a must. “With less square footage, you need materials that will hold up to constant use,” says Tyson. This luxury tiny home features knotty alder pine trim and beams, red oak hardwood floors and a handcrafted oak staircase. 6. An Ultra-Cozy Bedroom Although you may not enjoy a lot of head space in a tiny house master bedroom, its lofted design and deluge of bright windows offer

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7. Custom Furniture Because you’ll likely need only one or two pieces, ordering handmade, custom furniture like this sleek brown leather sofa is a luxury you can definitely afford. 8. High-End Light Fixtures Filling a standard-sized home with these chic, handmade industrial light fixtures would cost thousands of dollars. But because a tiny home requires only a handful, these statement pieces can be integrated into your design at a fraction of the cost. 9. And the Most Luxurious Amenity? As one client put it, “Living in a tiny home is freedom. Freedom from rent, freedom from stuff and the freedom to get up and go.” To read more about Tiny Luxury Homes and to see photos of the 9 features you gain in tiny home living visit www.tinyheirloom.com/blog

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When “Stuff Happens” to You By Claudio Alvarez Restoration It’s never when you expect it, or when you’re prepared, but when fire, water, or storm damage happens to your home it helps to know what to do and where to find the help you need. FIRE DAMAGE While fire is always the immediate danger what it leaves behind will continue to affect the house. Ash and smoke will cause extensive corrosion, etching and discoloration, not to mention powerful odors. Before a Fire Happens Have an insurance policy that covers fire and smoke damage. Make sure that your home is insured properly. Don’t wait to learn that you didn’t have the coverage you needed when it’s too late. What to Do After A Fire Call a professional cleanup company to your home as soon as possible to prevent permanent damage. Practice caution when entering: fire damage leaves harmful particles in the air. Use a dust mask and gloves if you need to re-enter your home or property before cleanup. Ventilate the home: if your home experiences fire damage of any severity, circulate fresh air in the home to help get the air and particles out. Use professional laundering services: Draperies, clothing and other machinewashable items should be professionally cleaned in order to neutralize the acid in the soot. If they aren’t sufficiently damaged and in need of replacement, take these articles to your local dry cleaner. Every Moment Counts Fire damage increases and restoration costs escalate the longer neutralization, corrosion control and cleaning is delayed. Even after the fire is put out, it can still wreak havoc on your home. If you prolong the restoration of your home, you’ll extend the effects brought on by the smoke exposure. February 17, 2017

Slow-Motion Effects of Untreated Smoke and Fire Damage The following is a timeline from the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) concerning the effects of fire and smoke on a home. Within Minutes… • Acid soot residues cause plastics to yellow • Small appliances located close to the source of combustion discolor • Highly porous materials, such as marble or alabaster, discolor permanently Within Hours… • Acid residues stain grout in bathrooms • Fiberglass bath fixtures may yellow • Uncoated metals tarnish • Counter tops may yellow • Finishes on appliances, particularly refrigerators, may yellow • Furniture finishes may discolor.

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Within Days… • Acid residues cause painted walls to yellow permanently • Metal corrodes, pits and rusts • Wood furniture requires refinishing • Vinyl flooring requires refinishing or replacement • Clothing becomes soot stained • Upholstery stains permanently Within Weeks… Restoration costs escalate tremendously. • Synthetic carpet fibers may yellow or discolor permanently • Silver plate is corroded permanently • Glass, crystal, china experience severe etching and pitting caused by prolonged exposure to acid soot residues Understanding the effects of a fire can

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help homeowners evaluate the damage to their home. By learning more about residue cleanup and deodorization after a fire, you can minimize the need for costly repair. WATER DAMAGE Water damage can be deceptive. It penetrates into structural cavities, creating pockets of saturation. The detection of water in these areas can often only be discovered with sophisticated tools. Undetected moisture will continue to cause damage including greater problems such as shrinkage, splitting and deterioration. Knowing the Potential Threats Water damage can result from many sources:

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• Frozen pipes • Broken or dripping plumbing inside your home • Leaky roofs or windows • Natural rising water lines, like rivers or lakes during heavy rain Though less common, water damage from flooding can be especially serious. Water is likely to be contaminated with anything that’s been swept up in floodwaters, like soil bacteria, decaying insects, animal droppings, road runoff, or fertilizers and pesticides from fields or gardens. Looking for the Signs of Water Damage Not all water damage is easy to identify, and it can happen slowly over days or weeks before being noticed. Look for discolored walls or floors and any soft spots in the home. This could be a sign of water damage. Be Ready A pipe can burst without notice and thousands of dollars of damage to your home can result in moments. Make sure you have the proper insurance to handle any claim resulting from water damage or flooding. STORM DAMAGE When a storm rolls through, it can leave destruction including felled trees, wind, and hail and snow damage. Wind Damage and Felled Trees The prevalence of old oaks in Medford and Central Point and conifers at slightly higher elevations in Jacksonville or Ashland mean that a good storm leaves behind some felled branches.

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Hail Damage to Roofs Hail, while relatively rare in our area, can leave dark spots on asphalt shingles where the mineral granules have been dislodged from the impact of the hail. Water Leaks after Storms Keep an eye out for shingles that look misplaced or damaged to catch water damage before it starts, and be on the lookout for leaks and other signs that water is seeping into your house. Siding Damage Siding may look pockmarked and dented, cracked or have holes from hail damage, and paint or stucco may look disturbed or chipped. Wind may dislodge or displace siding. Subtle Damage Takes Time to Show Even if your roof doesn’t have a tree fall through it or the gale doesn’t blow the siding off your house, it’s still wise to be attentive to the home’s exterior after a bad storm. It can take months for seemingly minor storm damage to make itself known in the form of slow leaks, standing water or mold, and by that point it becomes a major concern that’s more costly to fix. Dealing with a home disaster is stressful and requires expertise to help you navigate through the process of restoration. Our team at Claudio Alvarez Restoration is committed to “never forgetting it’s your home.” We’re here to help! 541.727.7340 www.alvarezrestoration.com

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At Home with Energy Efficiency By Pacific Power Electricity is an essential part of everyday living. As more electronic devices and equipment make their way into our homes and businesses – such as big screen TVs and smartphones that have to be charged – using energy wisely becomes even more important. Pacific Power teams up with Energy Trust of Oregon to offer cash incentives to customers for energyefficient home improvements. These offers include: Lighting: Save on lighting when you choose ENERGY STAR(R) LED bulbs. Get discounts on these long-lasting, energy-saving bulbs at participating retailers. New Appliances: Earn cash back on clothes washers and heat pump water heaters.

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Heating & Cooling: Save energy with a new heat pump, ductless heat pump or smart thermostat. Windows & Insulation: Efficient windows and insulation can make your home more comfortable and can help you earn cash incentives. Low-Income Weatherization: For qualifying customers – based on a home’s needs, a variety of measures can be installed, including insulation, energy-efficient showerheads, lighting and more. For more information, visit pacificpower.net/wattsmart or call anytime, toll free at 1-888-221-7070. For details on Energy Trust of Oregon incentives, visit energytrust. org/residential.

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SEMINAR AREA

Southern Oregon Media Group is a proud member of the Builders Association of Southern Oregon. Multi-media Marketing Mgr ......................... Kevin Blodgett* Section Coordinator ........................................ Bret Jackson Graphic Designer ........................................... John Sullivan • Brad Bennington ........................................... CEO of BASO Tim Alvarez ............................................President of BASO * For information regarding this publication and advertising opportunities, please call Kevin Blodgett at 541-776-4433. All content is provided or approved by the BASO.

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Southern Oregon Home Show  

The Builders Association of Southern Oregon presents the annual Southern Oregon Home Show.

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