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Home show gives high tech, money-saving and green ideas

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The Home Builders Association House and Home Show at the Seagate Center ends Sunday evening. The home show has been giving people new ideas for their homes for over 30 years.

This year the show is featuring options for creative outdoor living spaces that include full kitchens and even a stone pizza oven.

If you're interested in listening to music during your morning shower, there are bathroom displays that have showerheads with built-in, wireless speakers.

For the energy-efficient homeowner,  there are many experts at the show who can tell you how to make your home greener and save you some green too. Experts can give people advice on how to get tax credits for buying energy efficient appliances.

Tickets are $6 for adults, $5 for seniors (60+), active military and children under 12 years old can attend for free.

The Make A Wish Foundation will be collecting donations at the home show and the HBA has agreed to match the total about they raise.

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