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January e-News

January 13, 2021

Renos to create multi-purpose spaces for homeowners Each year brings with it new reno trends your clients will be asking you to build. After last year, when people stayed at home more than ever before (and still are), home renos continue their strong growth with no end in sight. Here are the reno trends that are new or still popular for 2021: Developing basements – Homeowners are looking to expand their space because they are spendin...

December e-News

December 22, 2020

Fresh colours your clients will want in 2021   Each year brings with it a variety of colour trends and new colour palettes that will influence what your customers want to spruce up the look of their home through paint, siding, and more. After a tumultuous 2020, many are looking to put on a fresh coat of paint to brighten their homes. What's new in paint for 2021 –  PANTONE recently announced two colours of the year for 2021: PANTON...

November e-News

November 13, 2020

3 green trends for 2020 The green trend is as popular as ever, especially with Millennials who desire an environmentally-friendly home, according to a report from the National Association of Home Builders. Your clients may ask for certification to show that the home you build meets above code standards for water efficiency, indoor environmental quality and environmentally friendly lot design, just to name a few. We've rounded up the top 3 green trends ...

October e-News

November 4, 2020

Keep your job site safe with these guidelines The second wave of COVID-19 is here and it's important not to let your guard down when it comes to keeping your workspace safe. The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOH) has published safety guidelines specifically for construction sites. Here are some great tips to keep in mind and implement for your work crew.   Protecting yourself and others Here are some gen...

September e-News

September 17, 2020

Improving ventilation to reduce the spread of airborne diseases Homeowners are thinking about how safe the air they breathe indoors is now more than ever before. According to Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the coronavirus appears to spread indoors through close personal contact and via poor circulation of building ventilation systems, so it makes sense that homeowners will increasingly demand more robust HVAC systems. The CDC says the layout and de...

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