A Builder’s Paradise
At the International Home Show you’ll find: doors, windows, surface finishes, flooring, architectural hardware, insulation, hot water systems, roofing, smart technology, heating and cooling, bricks, paving, solar products and more…
Check out all the latest building products, see the best in green building technology, organize a quote with one of our reputable builders, choose your finishes or get advice on your plans.
The International Home & Garden Show is pleased to present Dan Hall Celebrity Superhouse Theatre Sunday, March 9 at 3:00PM HOMEOWNERS are from MARS & CONTRACTORS are from VENUS A contractors guide to improving communication & getting what you want out of your your renovation In the world of home renovations, knowing the little things make a BIG difference. “ When homeowners have a little insight as to what contractors do and vice-versa, it helps to resolve much of the frustration and makes the job smoother, more cost-effective and on schedule,” says Dan Hall. In this presentation, you will learn the right questions to ask your contractor and … Continue reading
The International Home & Garden Show is pleased to present Shawn Monteith. Celebrity Superhouse TheatreDIY Home Renovations Tips with Canada’s Handyman BIO: Shawn Monteith Shawn in his early years he spent every summer and holiday up at his Grandparents farm. Shawn could always be found at his Grandfather’s side, helping with repairs to buildings, fences and machines. His Grandfather ‘Jimmy’ was quite the handyman himself and took Shawn aside to not only show him how things worked but more importantly to teach him how to ‘think handy’. Over 30 years in the construction industry he has learned all facets of construction and renovation. He speaks at many shows throughout Canada on how … Continue reading
Canadian Home Trends Magazine Editor Mark Atiyolil shares his tip; Never Forget Your Paint Colour Again! So many of us make the mistake of throwing out all traces of our colour selections once the paint dries. And for those of us who like to keep things in our “junk drawer”, when all is said and done and five years goes by, finding that swatch name and number is like finding a needle in a haystack. Now hindsight is 20/20, so let’s not kick ourselves for not keeping this paint information more accessible for future touch ups. In your scenario, your best bet would be to retrace your steps. Which manufacturer … Continue reading