Come to Māja I 2024 and find what you need: from reinforced concrete to wooden houses!

One of the biggest challenges of our lives is building a house. Good understanding of various materials and technologies, and especially the construction process, is essential in our journey to our perfect dream house. That is why the largest construction industry trade fair in the Baltics Māja I 2024 at Ķīpsala Expo Centre is the right place to be on 21-24 March!

Hundreds of houses inside one
Every spring, anyone who cares about construction is drawn to trade fair Māja I at Ķīpsala where one can find out what is new in the industry, choose the right construction materials, equipment and tools, as well as getting the professional advice.
4-day trade show, spanning over two pavilions and adjacent outside area, will showcase the state-of-the-art industry products and solutions from nearly 400 companies based out of Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, Ukraine, Finland, Italy, Austria, Denmark and Romania. This year’s trade show brings the record number and diversity of homes and home designs Māja I has ever seen.

Everything for your home
Trade fair Māja I 2024 offers everything you might need as a client, architect, developer, builder or someone who is genuinely interested in home improvements. Exhibiting companies will showcase diverse range of home construction and improvement products, such as construction and finishing materials, heating and ventilation systems, plumbing, electrical power and lighting equipment, roof materials, purification solutions, various floor covers, doors, windows and so much more. Māja I will also offer great variety of tools, personal protective equipment and shoes, boots, gates, fences, solar panels and saunas. Ķīpsala is where you can find it all. More about what you will find at Māja I at

Made in Latvia
Latvia is the land of forests. Nothing makes it more obvious than Māja I. Latvian companies like Termokoksne and Priežavoti will bring plenty of timber products, while Bitus Latvia will display top end wooden panel and modular houses, along with range of wooden windows and doors. Moreover, if you want to build the most modern house or buy a zero house, or CLT house, you must visit the stand of Jēkabpils PMK. Meanwhile, those who love sauna should stop by FitoSauna stand where they will find indoor saunas manufactured in Alūksne that will fit any private house and even flat.

Prefabricated houses
Finally houses that are widely popular in Sweden are coming to Latvia! For the first time ever will bring standard design precast concrete private houses with excellent quality and quick assembly to Māja I. Visitors of Māja I 2024 will be offered prefabricated designs from various manufacturers that one can benchmark against one another based on professional advice provided by experts on site. At Māja I you will be able to meet Bitus Latvia, Eko Modulis, Ilumhouse, Somu Māja, Tantum, Via-s Houses and other manufactures and developers with their designs. If you are interested, trade show is the right place to access detailed information about all kinds of roof solutions, including sloped, flat and even green roofs manufactured by the likes of Toode, Eroof, Akvatons, BMI Latvija, Green Urban, Latroof, Zulak Wood Latvia, Akmens jumti and many other companies.

Full cycle solutions
Construction process has many phases, from designing, design supervision, performance of work to post-warranty maintenance. To transition through these stages more smoothly, you should gather the most current information available from Sila stils, Labā māja and other stands of construction professionals. Experts will give you useful tips on which building materials, energy-saving technologies and amenities for your landscape design will fit your intentions best.

Valuable advice
Luminor and SEB stands at the banking section of Māja I 2024 will give you all the details on home financing options. Financial experts will advise you on various support programmes and other important financing aspects you need to consider when buying a home. With home financing out of the way, you can go straight to interior designers represented this year by Home4You, Motiva Latvija, Skapo and Surfaces Studio who will give you all the right advice on how to make your home interior and also outdoor landscape and amenities more attractive.

Let’s live warmer

Ministry of Economy and its “Let’s live warmer” campaign are one of the main partners of Māja I 2024. Throughout the trade fair, from 21st to 24th of March, campaign experts will help property managers, flat and homeowners understand what they need to make their renovation projects a success and how to choose the right energy efficiency solutions and benefits, as well as post-retrofitting management plans. “Let’s live warmer” is a stand where to go if you want to access Recovery and Resilience Facility or national residential, public and corporate property funding programmes, as well as funding schemes for various energy efficiency schemes.

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Trade fair Māja I is organised by BT 1 International Expo Company.
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Opening hours:
21–23 March: 10:00–18:00
24 March: 10:00–17:00

Entrance fees:
Adults: EUR 8
Students, pupils, senior, disabled: EUR 5
School children: EUR 4
Family ticket (2 adults + 1 child 15+) – EUR 17.00
Children under 14 can enter for free

Parking: EUR 5.00 (up to 4 h) + EUR 2 for each next hour

Ticket presale discounts until 17 March: