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Home & Garden
Participating Exhibitors: The Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma

Participating Exhibitors: The Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma

Participating Exhibitors: The Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma

Participating Exhibitors: The Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma


If you're interested in receiving more information about becoming an exhibitor at the 2017 "Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma", please call Steve McDonald at (918) 493-8531 or email him at Steve.McDonald@CoxInc.com.

The Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma is brought to you by Mattress King and Eden’s Structural Solutions.


1889 Roofing5 Day Kitchens - kitchen remodeling

ABATE of Tulsa - motorcycle rights organization

A-Best Roofing - roofing services

ADT Security - security services

Advanced Water Solutions - water softeners, reverse osmosis & tankless hot water heaters

Advocare - nutritional products & weight loss

Affordable Insulation -   spray foam insulation, injection foam insulation & attic insulation

Air Doctor Duct Cleaning - air duct cleaning, air duct lining & coating

Air Purifier (Prestige Products Direct) - air purifier 

Air Rescue Heating & Air - Trane heating and air conditioning systems

Air Solutions Heating and Cooling and Plumbing - heating, cooling & plumbing 

Airco Service - heating and air conditioning, plumbing, electrical & generators

All of Us Soups & Dips - soup, dip, muffin & cheeseball mixes

American Leak Detection - leak detection service

AmeriGlide - walk-in tulbs, stair lifts, lift chairs & scooters

Amish Crafted Furniture - furniture

Anchor Agency, The - insurance-life & health (group)

Anchor Paint - paint and painting supplies

Angel's Pet Funeral Home & Crematory - pet funeral home and crematory

Angie's List - service membership for consumers to find ratings & reviews on local companies

Applied Concrete Arts - concrete art for patios/driveways

ArmsReach LLC - biometric handgun storage cases

ASC Fence Services - fence installation

Atkins Tree Care - tree service 

Atlas Safe Rooms - storm shelters & safe rooms

Autumn Exteriors  - siding, windows & guttering

Award Winning A & J Salsa - salsa, sweet pepper relish & red tornado

B.A. Concrete Designs - concrete tear out/pour & decorative concrete

B.A. Lawns & Landscaping - landscaping, irrigation, lighting, pavers & outdoor living

Bamboo Pillows & Bed Sheets (Euroshine USA) - bamboo pillows and bed sheets 

Bath Planet of Oklahoma - bathroom remodeling

Best Hummingbird Feeder Ever - Lil' Sweety hummingbird feeders

Better Business Bureau - consumer education/information

Bewley Chiropractic  - chiropractor and hair, skin & beyond

Border Magic - decorative concrete edging 

Boulder Designs - man made boulders custom made in any shape and size

Burnett Windows & Siding - replacement windows, doors, siding & guttering

Camps Construction - retaining walls, concrete & pools 

Celebrity Attractions - entertainment 

Champion Windows and Home Exteriors - home exterior, roofing, windows and sunrooms

Chiromax art of wellness - tens units 

Citizen CPR - CPR information

Community Builders  - siding, windows, metal roofs, sunroom, bathrooms, doors, gutters, gutter protection & energy barrier

Contract Cabinet Systems - cabinetry

Costco - memberships

Cottage Art Gallery, The - custom original oil paintings

Cox Communications / Cox Home Security - cable TV, high speed internet, home phone & home security/automation

Crossroads Granite - granite countertops

Culligan of Tulsa  - water filtration systems

Cutco Cutlery - Cutco cutlery, culinary tools, BBQ & garden tools, cookware & flatware

Dale & Lee's Service, Inc. - heating, air-conditioning and plumbing services

Damsel in Defense - stun guns, pepper sprays, alarms & on-the-road emergency tools

Dolphin Pools & Spas - spas & swimming pools

Drywall Repair Specialists - drywall repair service

Dustin Bass State Farm - insurance & financial services

Eden's Structural Solutions (Presenting Sponsor) - foundation repair

Edward Jones Investments - investment and financial planning

Euro Body Shaper (Euroshine USA) - exercise machines

Eurocast Premium Line Induction Cookware (Homerun Products ) - cookware sets

Expedition Log Homes - log homes & construction

Expeditions International - travel agency for booking flights, tours, lodging & cruises

Exterior Solutions by Craig's Roofing - roofing, siding & guttering

F & D Insurance - insurance information

Faith Electric  - Generac generators & installation

FFO Home - bedroom & dining furniture, mattresses, rugs, lamps and accent products

Floral Haven - funeral & cemetary services

Four Seasons Sunrooms - sunroom, patio rooms, equinox louvered roof & rainier shade

Franklin & Sons Deck Masters LLC - outdoor projects, decks & patio covers 

Garage Force of Tulsa - concrete floor coatings

Gearz-It Puzzle Toy (Stafford USA Ltd)- action puzzle toys

Gleam Guard - cabinet refinishing

Good Shelters - storm shelter

GreenScapes - outdoor living - hardscaping

Ground Zero Shelters - tornado shelters and saferooms

Guaranteed Windows & Siding - windows & siding

Hawaiian Moon - organic aloe cream

Healthmate Forever - pain relief massagers 

Hoffman Kitchen and Bath - kitchen & bathroom remodeling

Holly-Wood Refinishing - cabinet & wood refinishing

Integrity Concrete - custom concrete 

Integrity Roofing - roofing & construction

Interstate Media - DirecTV 

Invisible Fence of Tulsa - electronic pet containment, pet toys & pet fountains

Iron Tight Saferooms  - saferooms & above ground storm shelters

It Works! Global - health and beauty

K & D's Wood Refinishing - cabinet refinishing

K12, Inc. - online public school options

Kats Chiropractic - chiropractic screenings

Kazar Security - home security services

Keller Williams- Big Star Team - real estate broker

Kelly's Soaps - homemade soaps, salts & fizzies

Kinetico Water Systems  - water filters, softeners and reverse osmosis

Landscape Creations by Dawn  - landscaping services 

LeafGuard of Oklahoma - LeafGuard gutters and GAF roofing

Learn to Code - coding lessons for kids and women

Lewis Roofing & Construction  - roofing services

Lifetime Cookware - Lifetime brand cookware

LipSense by SeneGence - LipSense & other SeneGence products

LocalFarmOK.com - home delivery of organic lettuce & seasonal vegetables

Love Your Feet Now - wondergel seat cushions/massaging insoles

Lowe's - siding, windows, fencing, decks, kitchen/bath remodels

Magic Maids of Tulsa - housecleaning

Mary Kay Cosmetics - cosmetics

Master Service Center - appliance service & repair

Mattress King (Title Sponsor) - mattresses

Maximized Living - chiropractic services

Media Zone, The - DISH network

Midtown Tree Servicetree service, trimming, pruning and removal

Midwest Exterior Products - concrete log & timber siding, Simonton windows, LP smart, Hardie, stone, soffit & fascia

Miracles - premier skin care

Modern Blox - DemoBlox container home

Moonlit Gallery Outdoor Lighting  - outdoor landscape lighting

Mother Nature Pest Control  - pest control services

Mr. Sandless - wood and tile floor refinishing

Mullin Plumbing - water filtration

Murphy Wallbed USA - Murphy  wallbeds

Natural Stone Interiors - granite counter tops, cabinets and tile

Nature's Breeze Mattress Co. - mattresses

Newk Foot and/or Hand Controlable Zero Turn - lawnmower accessory

Oklahoma Blood Institute  - blood drive

Oklahoma Landscape - fertilization & weed control

Oklahoma Navy Ball - Navy Ball fundraiser

Oklahoma Outdoor Living - outdoor living & swimming pool construction

Oklahoma Playsets - backyard adventures residential playsets

Owasso Cabinets & More - custom cabinets

OZ Saferooms Tech, Inc. - tornado saferooms

Ozark Foam Insealators of Oklahoma - spray foam insulation

Painfreepillow.compressure activated massage pillows

Paramount Flooring - wood flooring

Parker Built Homes - custom home builder

Parsonex Financial Services - financial services: IRA's, 401(k)s, Trusts, college savings, planning, etc

PC Steel Buildings - steel building construction

Pink Zebra  - soy wax melts & home decor 

Pioneer Financial Group - auto, home, life, medicare supplements & investment opportunity

Plain View Winery - winery

Polar Bear Jack's Heating and Air Design, LLC - heating, air conditioning & insulation services

Premium Cabinets - kitchen & bath cabinets

Protect-A-Child Pool Fence - pool fencing for child security

Protection 1 home security services

Quality Construction - tile, flooring, siding, patios & decks

ReBath of Tulsa - bathroom remodeling

Renewal by Andersen - windows and doors

Retirement Innovations  - financial services and retirement planning

Rhineland Cutlery - cutlery, knifes and cutting boards

Rickert Tree Service - tree pruning/removal services and landscaping

Riddle Plant Farm  - plant nursery and landscaping

Roark Acres Honey Farms - honey, creamed honey, beeswax candles & accessories, lotion bars, lip balm & bee pollen

Rogers Dental Group - general dentistry

Ronco Construction & Supply Co. Inc. - siding, windows & roofing

Route 66 Alliance - information on the Route 66 experience

Royal Prestige Cookware  - cookware sets

Rustic Cut Remodeling - residential/commercial remodeling & custom furniture

S & W Tree Specialists - tree service

Sam's Club - membership

Scentsywax warmers, wax fragrances laundry products, room sprays, personal care products

Seal-Smart LLC - permanent sealant for wood, concrete & masonry

Sears Home Services - windows, siding, roofing, flooring, kitchen/bathroom remodel, doors, cabinets, countertops and HVAC services

SHADES Window Tinting - commercial & residential window tint

ShelfGenie of Oklahoma - pullout shelves, new cabinets and cabinet refacing

Sleep Number - Sleep Number beds 

Softub - Softub hydrotheraphy tubs

Solatube by Perk, Inc. - Solatube daylighting systems, solar powered roof vents & LED solatube

Southern Journeys - travel services

Spirit 105.7 / Guts Church - Spirit 105.7 window stickers, prize drawings & Guts church programs

Standridge Clinic - cellular energy therapy-pulsed 

State Farm - Matt McCoy - insurance for auto, home, boat, health & ATV

Steam Mop (Prestige Products Direct) - steam mops

Stewart Martin Equipment - lawn equipment

Stone Age Manufacturing - masonry fireplaces, ovens, kitchen islands & outdoor living

Stone Coat of Oklahoma - hydraulic blown limestone  

Stream Oklahoma - cell phone and home phone service 

Summerside Vineyards, Winery & Meadery - wine and wine-related gift items

Summit Concrete and Construction - concrete driveways, patios, sidewalks & outdoor kitchen pergolas

Superior Overhead Doors - garage doors, installation and garage door openers

Superior Sleep - Superior sleep mattresses and bed frames

Terrytory Motorhome Adventures - tailgating, bachelor(ette) parties - "Luxury limo service in a private motorcoach"

TherafitPro  (Stafford USA Ltd) - exercise product 

Thermal Windows, Inc. - windows and doors

Thermofilms - window tinting

Tier-One Roofing - roofing services

Tiger Jaw Garden Tools (Stafford USA Ltd) - garden tools 

Tilly's Old Fashion Candies - pecan brittle, almond brittle, peanut brittle, cashew brittle & peanut/chocolate brittle

Timeless Surfaces - quartz & granite countertops

Tire Pro - Same Day Auto Repair - auto service information

Tornado Alley Storm Shelters - storm shelters

Tornado Place - above ground storm shelters

Touch of Purple Ring Cleaner - jewelry cleaner/speciality cleaner for home

True Smile Orthodontics - orthodontics service

T-Town Roofing  - roofing service

Tuff Spas - spas and hot tubs

Tulsa Christian Bros. Painting - painting & construction  

Tulsa County Assessor - County Assessor

Tulsa County Treasurer - County Treasurer

Tulsa Home Guard - gate installation & service

Tulsa Master Gardeners - gardening education

Tulsa Paver Designs - concrete work, pavers & retaining walls

Tulsa Renew Siding Company - siding, replacement windows, replacement doors & spray foam insulation

Tulsa World Media Company - news media/newspaper subscriptions

U.S. Jaclean, Inc.  - massage chairs

UBuildIt - custom home building

Ultimate Garden Nozzle (Stafford USA Ltd) - garden nozzle 

VanCrete Decorative Concrete - decorative concrete, concrete restoration/refinishing & polished concrete

Vitamix - Vitamix blenders

Wakefield Winery - wine sampling

Walk In Tubs of Oklahoma - walk in tubs and barrier-free showers

We B Trees - tree service

Welk Resorts - resort property in Branson, Missouri

Whispering Meadows Vineyard & Winery  - winery

Wild Birds Unlimited - bird houses, food & related products

Window Source Tulsa, The  - windows & doors

Window World of Tulsa - replacement windows

Wood Guys Hardwood Flooring - hardwood flooring

Woodbridge Home Exteriors - replacement windows, doors and siding

Work Sharp Outlet - knife sharpeners

Zoellner Exterminating - pest control service & inspections

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