With more than 200 booths, there's a lot to take in at the Sioux Empire Home Show. But a couple of new products are sure to attract the crowds, like these new "slate" appliances from GE.
"I would call it basically a gray finish and what is really nice is fingerprint resistant front which consumers really like; especially ones with small children," Tom Marso of Mahlander's said.
"It's not just the lack of fingerprints on the appliances that may entice consumers to buy. GE is offering rebates on packages of two to four appliances starting in April.
"When customers want the full kitchen, fridge, range, microwave, dishwasher, they can get $300 back," Marso said.
You won't get any money back on this high tech thermostat, but you will be able to control the heating and cooling in your home from your smartphone.
You can control the temperature in the different zones in your home if you have a 2004 or newer Carrier Infinity Furnace.
"We can change it to say 63 degrees and then we hit done and it will heat that room up to 63," Josh Corbin of Roger's Plumbing & Heating said.
Corbin says it's ideal for homeowners who spend the winter away.
"If it has a problem, it will actually email them and you can have a secondary email, where it will email us too," Corbin said.
And the cost of $700 installed may be worth it for a little piece of mind.
The Home Show runs through Sunday at the Convention Center.