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Exterior renos? Take the chore out of colour selection

Gentek's World of Colour offers some great tools to help you and your clients pick the best colour combinations for their exterior home renovations.

Gentek's colour selection chart helps your homeowner clients choose the right paint selection for vinyl or aluminum siding, soffits and fascia, eaves and vinyl windows.

Plus, Gentek's photo gallery gives homeowners the visual aid they need when choosing colour combinations for their home exteriors.

The best railing for your deck

Choosing the finishing touches for a client's deck doesn't have to be hard. Trex offers many different railings to suit the individual taste of every client.

Trex Signature Railing

  • Curveable configurations of aluminum deck railing

Trex Transcend Railing

  • Myriad colors and modular componentry for a quick- and-easy, customized look.

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General Paint

Breeze is a high quality, 100% acrylic latex to give a flat finish, rich satin finish and a semi-gloss finish. A quick drying, weather-resistant finish for exterior wood, stucco and masonry. For use in low temperatures applications, can be applied as low as 2°C


Johns Manville

Johns Manville AP™ Foil-Faced Foam Sheathing board is rigid foam sheathing that provides exceptional heat, moisture and air control to protect your building's exterior walls. When installed correctly, AP Foil provides a one-inch layer of continuous insulation for maximum wall and worksite efficiency and eliminates all major thermal bridges that cause heat loss.


Home renovation finance options

CMHC offers tips to help your clients make their renovation dreams a reality.

Alberta renovation boom

Renovations spending in Alberta hits a record high of $1.8 billion.

Factor finances into home renovations

BDO poll: Canadians plan to spend more than $16,000 per household on home renovations this year.
Winnipeg Free Press

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Got the energy-bill blues? There are many ways to reduce the cost of heating, cooling and electricity in the home. If your windows are older or showing signs of wear, they could be the culprits of exorbitant utility costs. Click here to learn more on the value of vinyl windows.

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