Villingen-Schwenningen. A beautiful home – the last few months have shown how valuable that is. It should be chic and comfortable, but of course also sustainable, energy-saving and climate-friendly. And for many measures there is even funding from the state. How it works? Visitors experience this compactly and personally at the four-day Südwest Messe special “Building. Craft. Energy. ”From 9 to 12 September at the Villingen-Schwenningen exhibition center.
Around 90 exhibitors in three permanent exhibition halls and in the outdoor area offer a wide range of modern products and future-oriented technologies for everything to do with building, renovating, adding, designing, furnishing and pampering.
“Life situations and desires change, you create new feel-good spaces. You enjoy it every day. And more and more people want to start the energy transition at home, too, ”says fair boss Stefany Goschmann. “The trade fair is exactly the right place to get the best advice, new ideas and lots of inspiration. You can do good for the environment and save money in the long term. ”
Space to live and work, space for the children to play, space to relax in the open air: the kitchen comes classic, as an open area or in an outdoor format. For wellness and fun for the vacation at home, saunas, whirlpools and grill kotas are offered. Fire furniture conjures up a stylish ambience. Sun worshipers will find suitable equipment for the balcony and garden. Carpenters advise on individual interior design. The professionals for conservatories and roofing show great design ideas and what to look out for during construction. Whether redesigning facades, renovating stone or stairs, renewing windows and doors – you can compare products here and get the advice of the craftsmen.
Modern building has many aspects: energy efficiency and ecological building materials, security technology, accessibility, prefabricated construction, thermal insulation, windows and house doors, privacy screens, heightening, ventilation, water treatment and building protection up to heating and power generation via fuel cells and solar technology. With the renovation mobile, the SVS advise on how to make old buildings future-proof and which measures are subsidized by the state. Photovoltaic modules on the roof power electronic devices and fuel electric cars and electric scooters.
In the forum in Hall C there is a daily program of lectures on topics such as heat pumps in existing and new buildings, energy systems that make the home almost self-sufficient, but also funding programs for everything to do with the house, such as energy renovation, renewable energies and burglar resistance.
Südwest Messe special – Building. Craft. Energy.
September 9 to 12, daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.