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March e-News

March 18, 2020

Power up with these cordless tools  As a contractor, you know that power tools are essential to getting almost any job done. Innovation in the product category of power tools is ever-evolving and improving year over year. For example, they are lighter, faster and sharper than in the past. Here are 3 of the latest products that will help you get the job done faster.        Milwaukee's M18...

February e-News

February 20, 2020

Mental Health and Safety at Work One in five Canadians will experience a mental health issue or mental illness in any given year, so chances are that you or someone you work with is struggling with this silent epidemic. Most of us spend more time at work than anywhere else, which makes addressing mental health at work very important. Alarming Industry Stats In the construction industry, the number two cause of death among men ...

January e-News

January 16, 2020

Fresh colours your clients will want in 2020 Each year brings with it a variety of colour trends and new colour pallets that will influence what your customers want to freshen up the look of their home through paint, siding, and more. Pantone's colour of the year -  This year, the Pantone Color Institute has selected PANTONE 19-4052: Classic Blue as the colour of the year. PANTONE influences design trends, especially interior and exterior pai...

December e-News

December 13, 2019

Innovative products that are changing the future of homes We are in a technological revolution with the introduction of drones, artificial intelligence and self-driving cars becoming a reality. So it's no surprise that our industry is seeing innovation in building materials and new products that challenge the traditional way of doing things. Don't be left in the past! Here are a few of the innovative and cool products that you need to know about that is gainin...

November e-News

November 14, 2019

4 common products that reduce VOCs  As a contractor, you know that your clients are concerned about the detrimental health effects of exposure to Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC). They affect the quality of indoor or outdoor air and can cause symptoms such as breathing problems, headaches and in some cases, they've been linked to increased cancer rates. VOCs include toluene, xylenes, benzene, ethylbenzene, formaldehyde and more. Although the cancer risk for formaldeh...

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