We specialize in roofing, plumbing, interiors, and exteriors in Saskatoon and surrounding areas. We’re a locally owned business and we take pride in our work and the trades that we partner with to ensure your project will be done on time and on budget.
Exterior Design & Renovation
What type of material should I use for my outdoor deck?
You should choose a material based on the following factors:
- How you want your deck to look
- Your budget
- The best material for Saskatoon climate
- Usage and durability expectations
We can work with you to find the best material for your needs based on the above factors.
What are the benefits of a concrete driveway over an asphalt driveway?
How do I know if the windows in my home need to be replaced?
Pay attention to these 5 indicators to see if the windows in your home should be replaced:
- Moisture, condensation, or fog in between the glass panes of your window can indicate a sealing failure.
- Faded spots on your carpet and furniture could indicate that your windows might need a low-emissivity glass to block the sun’s harmful rays
- Drafty windows are a sign that you need a higher Energy Rating (ER) to increase the energy efficiency of your windows and help your home regulate its temperature, especially in the cold Canadian climate
- Difficulty opening or closing windows could mean parts are breaking down
- Rotting and peeling around the window frame requires a better seal
How often does a garage door need to be inspected?
Does stucco or stonework fade over time?
What are the best type of shingles for my roof?
What is a drip edge and do I need one?
Why does one side of my roof seem to wear down faster than the other?
What is a roof ice & water membrane?
Can new roof be installed over old shingles?
Interior Design & Renovation
How often should I paint my house?
Is drywall adhesive worth the expense?
Is particle board or plywood better for kitchen cabinets?
Particle board is less expensive and has impressive dimensional stability that won’t warp due to temperature fluctuations, but it isn’t fully moisture resistant and can swell if unfinished edges come into contact with moisture. It’s recommended that you seal all areas of the cabinet if they aren’t already. Plywood is more resistant to dents and scratches, holds glue joints better, weighs less, and has better constructive longevity because it can hold screws and fasteners better.