Ask an Expert – What You Can Learn from our Experts
Ask An Expert – Real Professional Advice.Extending • Building • Finance • Interior Design • Architectural Advice • Sustainable Home Energy Systems • Garden DesignFind the answers to questions about your home improvement project by talking to industry experts in the free one-to-one advice area at the permanent tsb Ideal Home Show.This facility is only for home owners who are undertaking or planning to undertake significant home improvements, renovations, extensions or refurbishment projects.
BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT
at the ShowBooking for each expert can be made at the Ask and Expert area at the front of the hall on a first come, first served basis.Visitors are asked to check back at the Booking Desk five minutes before their appointment is due to start.
Expert Sections Include:
Bring along your plans, drawings and budgets to The permanent tsb Ideal Home Show to get the most of your free consultation at
“Ask An Expert”
Book your consultation with an Expert
Visitors can register at the information desk in the Ask An Expert Hub at the front of the Hall, RDS.
Bookings for each day will close once all time slots have been allocated.
Please note places are limited.
Visitors who avail of Ask An Expert Advice Consultation are invited to donate to a very worthy charity – The Peter McVerry Trust, who are committed to reducing homelessness in Ireland.
At Peter McVerry Trust we don’t just help people secure a home, we support them to keep their homes, integrate into their community and secure education, training and employment.
Peter McVerry Trust is a member of the Irish Council for Social Housing and is a Tier 3 body, those organisations with 300 or more social housing units. Peter McVerry Trust is also one of the fastest growing providers of social housing in the State.
As a specialist approved housing body, Peter McVerry Trust is a key provider of social housing for people exiting homelessness and those at risk of homelessness such as care leavers. The charity’s focus is providing housing to single people, who are the single largest cohort in homelessness and on the broader social housing waiting list.
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