Quality Cleaning, Inc | Booth #: 314
Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning Experts!
Here at Quality Cleaning we care about the process and products we use to clean your carpets. All of our technicians are IICRC certified in carpet cleaning. While using our state of the art truck mount machine we clean your carpets using a green product that leaves ZERO residue and leaves your carpets feeling softer and looking brighter. Our state of the art truck mount machine gets 98% of the water out of your carpet leaving a fast dry time to 4-6 hours.Quality Cleaning, Inc Website
Lane Marble Interiors | Booth #: 270
Practical elegance for your kitchen & bathroom
Lane Marble Interiors, Inc. was established September 11, 1978 by Alan and LuAnne Christensen. The goal from the start was to provide the finest quality, custom crafted, cultured marble products and installation available anywhere. Our product is backed by a 10 year limited warranty for not only material defects, but installation defects as well. We pride ourselves on providing our customers with the highest quality products available, at a fair price, in order to meet the clients' needs.Lane Marble Interiors Website
Oregon State University Extension Service – Lane County | Booth #:
Creating positive change in Lane County
Building a community of health, improving farming practices and profitability, developing sustainable community horticulture, engaging youth to reach their fullest potential, and enhancing natural resources.Oregon State University Extension Service – Lane County Website
Cedar Works Spa & Sauna | Booth #: 210-215
We sell and repair hot tubs and saunas.
Family owned and operated. Happy to be serving Lane county since 1977 when Cedar Works Spas first opened its doors. Stop by our showroom on W 11th to see a variety of Oregon made Marquis hot tubs and Finnleo saunas on display. Or give us a call to schedule a service appointment with one of our experienced technicians. (541)485-6800Cedar Works Spa & Sauna Website
Josh Lowe’s Dr. Energy Saver | Booth #: 329
We Fix Uncomfortable Homes!
The crawl space under this home was a gigantic mess! Fiberglass insulation was either hanging down or on the ground. Rodents were living in the space (they love fiberglass to make nests). Plus, high humidity level under the home was causing mold to grow! To make their home more energy-efficient, and also so they wouldn’t be breathing in mold spores, this family chose to seal their crawl space with a crawl space encapsulation system.Josh Lowe’s Dr. Energy Saver Website