Friday 4/12 from 2:30pm till 9pm & Saturday 4/13 from 9am till 2pm at the Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall
The Contractors Association of Kauai invites people to learn about issues from the professionals and experts on some of the issues that impact their lives at the CAK Home Show. CAK officials and First Hawaiian Bank, the CAK partner for the past 25 shows, resumes the free home show with exhibits, seminars, and presentations following a year’s break due to the renovation work at the convention hall. First Hawaiian Bank will man the money grabber chamber that offers show-goers an opportunity to grab free money.  Nathan Wood will provide clarification, updates, and information on solar photovoltaic systems and battery storage, including issues such as solar credits, utility interconnection, and curtailment. He, and the Nathan Wood General Contractor, a cooperating sponsor of the show, will have its photovoltaic systems, battery storage, and backup systems on the show floor. Kauai Island Utility Cooperative will showcase its Home Assessment Learning Experience program that can provide cost savings. Hawaii Gas, another longtime cooperating sponsor, will have representatives available to discuss the benefits of propane usage, including the tankless hot water system and other products that are useful for disaster preparedness. Zephyr Insurance joins the ranks of CAK Home Show cooperating sponsors by having staff available to offer information on hurricane insurance and the importance of having adequate coverage in the event of an active hurricane season that runs from June 1 through November 30.  Hardware Hawaii, with its facility in Koloa, is a new exhibitor for the CAK Home Show with its showcase of package homes. They join Honsador Lumber who will have its Island Homes collection of home packages as well as its line of Islander cabinets, Milgard windows, and Trex decking. New for this year’s show, Honsador will feature its Therma True Fiberglass doors that are termite resistant.  Screen Pro Retractables is another new vendor to the home show. The CAK Home Show was started in partnership with First Hawaiian Bank in 1993 to help people recover from the impacts of Hurricane Iniki, and has always been free and open to all, keeping up with the latest technology and advances for people who live in homes.