Western Mass locals look to spruce up their homes at Home and Garden Show

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WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Sunday was the last day of the Western Mass Home and Garden Show at the Eastern States Exposition. 

“We’re here because we were looking at doors. We have patio doors out in the back that need to be adjusted,” Beverly Barrett from Hampden told 22News. 

The Western Mass Home and Garden Show finished Sunday and it was the perfect place for locals to visit to get ideas on how to change up their homes and outdoor living spaces now that the weather is getting warmer. Renovation options included new patio doors, landscaping and outdoor furniture.

The AutoBugg System is a new product that was popular for those looking to restore their green yards while also preventing bug infestation.

“[The AutoBugg System] which is an injection system for natural cedar oil that goes into your sprinkler system and treats for ticks, mosquitoes, grubs and ants,” Charlie Factor, the inventor, explained to 22News.

22News also spoke with a local landscaping product company about the types of projects locals have been interested in starting. 

“People are looking to redo mulch at their houses and home, putting pavers in, ready to spruce up their house for the summer,” Kevin Martins with Ray Haluch, Inc. told 22News. 

And it looks like western Massachusetts is finally starting to warm up for good. Temperatures are already starting to regularly hit the 50s and 60s which helps grass lose its brown color. 

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