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TH E OFFICIAL M AGAZINE OF THE S AS K AT O O n & R E GI O N HO ME B UI L DE R S ‘ A S S O C I AT I O N

SPRING 2014

Design the perfect home office Improve your view

Spotlight on innovation at HomeStyles 2014


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Serenity Pointe

in Stonebridge

After all the golfing, shopping and dining Stonebridge has to offer, you’l be ready for a lit le serenity.

starting at

$182,900 315 Ledingham Drive, Rosewood

Call Terri 306.222.5280

Water’s Water’s EdgeEdge II II Water’s Water’s Edge Edge II II Crescent on on Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Crescent West West

A gated community you’ll be proud to call home.

For your private on Saskatchewan on Saskatchewan Crescent Crescent West West For your For your private private viewing call Time Time for a for lifestyle a lifestyle upgrade? upgrade? viewing viewing call call TimeTime for a lifestyle for a lifestyle upgrade? upgrade? Trisha Only Only nine nine breathtaking breathtaking condos are left condos are left Trisha Trisha Only Only nine breathtaking nine breathtaking condos condos are left are left 306.227.7471 at at the the city’s city’s most exclusive most exclusive address. address. 306.227.7471 306.227.7471 at theatcity’s the city’s most most exclusive exclusive address. address.

Daxton

In Silverspring

Enjoy unspoiled nature? Daxton is a scenic five minute ride from the U of S campus — depending on how fast you pedal.

starting at

$192,900 Call David 306.281.8029

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For your private viewing call Trisha 306.227.7471

starting at starting starting at at

$192,900 $192,900 $192,900

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starting at

$182,900

northridge.sk.ca 306.242.2434

Call Terri 306.222.5280

• security fenced and gated townhome community • fully landscaped with automatic sprinklers • preselected exteriors, paving stone driveways • wide selection of floorplan types including several walkout basements

Call now to reserve your unit. Robert 306-260-9145

Joanne 306-260-3122

starting at

$192,900 Call David 306.281.8029

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306-374-3939

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A Message from SASKATOON & REGION HOME BUILDERS’ ASSOCIATION

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The residential construction industry is constantly keeping up with the challenges of growth due to our booming economy.As the Saskatoon region increases in housing starts year after year, and as the need for housing grows, so too does the demand for innovation in the residential construction industry. When people invest in a home, they want to make sure it fits their personality, that it is unique to them and meets all of their needs. People looking to buy a new home or renovate their existing home now have more choices than ever before. These days, people have a say in everything that goes into their home from the floor plan to the blinds. Choices mean that you aren’t just getting a house; you’re getting a home that reflects the needs of you or your family. If you are someone who loves art but doesn’t know where to position a piece, there are teams of interior designers who can do everything from creating a customized piece of artwork, to decorating a single room or even the entire home. You can work closely with the interior designers to ensure your home is a representation of your personality and a comfortable space, while also remaining functional. It is also important to remember that your design needs are not confined to the inside of your home. Landscaping is an integral part of any functional home. Whether you need space for children to play, or a great place to entertain guests, spring is the time to start thinking about landscaping. You can hire a

landscaping designer who will find out what your long-term needs are and take the time to design a yard specifically for you. When considering hiring a landscaper, it is important to make sure you’re hiring a professional. Landscaping is more than just deciding how you want your yard to look; it’s creating something sustainable with an actionable plan. A professional landscaper will help you through the design and construction process to ensure the job is done properly, the way you want it, and on budget. To learn more about building or renovating your home, we encourage you to visit our website at www.saskatoonhomebuilders. com where you can access a full listing of our industry members. Association members are committed to the highest standards of professionalism for the residential construction industry and have access to the latest products, trends and innovations in home building, renovating and design. Hiring a professional ensures that you get quality service and that your investment is protected. We hope you enjoy this edition of our Living Spaces magazine and that you find answers to some of your buying, renovating or decorating questions. This issue is full of helpful new ideas and innovations to help you renovate, decorate, innovate or build the new home of your dreams. Please don’t hesitate to contact our professional team at the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association if your need help finding a member or have any questions.

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A Message from SASKATOON & REGION HOME BUILDERS’ ASSOCIATION

a room that inspires For further information PHONE: (888) 955-5188 email: info@saskatoonhomebuilders.com

Western Carpet One has a large selection of unique gift decor for that particular luxury in your home. Come and view our selection today!

WESTERN CARPET ONE FLOOR & HOME The ONE store for your perfect floor. 610 CYNTHIA STREET • 665- 6640

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The residential construction industry is constantly keeping up with the challenges of growth due to our booming economy.As the Saskatoon region increases in housing starts year after year, and as the need for housing grows, so too does the demand for innovation in the residential construction industry. When people invest in a home, they want to make sure it fits their personality, that it is unique to them and meets all of their needs. People looking to buy a new home or renovate their existing home now have more choices than ever before. These days, people have a say in everything that goes into their home from the floor plan to the blinds. Choices mean that you aren’t just getting a house; you’re getting a home that reflects the needs of you or your family. If you are someone who loves art but doesn’t know where to position a piece, there are teams of interior designers who can do everything from creating a customized piece of artwork, to decorating a single room or even the entire home. You can work closely with the interior designers to ensure your home is a representation of your personality and a comfortable space, while also remaining functional. It is also important to remember that your design needs are not confined to the inside of your home. Landscaping is an integral part of any functional home. Whether you need space for children to play, or a great place to entertain guests, spring is the time to start thinking about landscaping. You can hire a

landscaping designer who will find out what your long-term needs are and take the time to design a yard specifically for you. When considering hiring a landscaper, it is important to make sure you’re hiring a professional. Landscaping is more than just deciding how you want your yard to look; it’s creating something sustainable with an actionable plan. A professional landscaper will help you through the design and construction process to ensure the job is done properly, the way you want it, and on budget. To learn more about building or renovating your home, we encourage you to visit our website at www.saskatoonhomebuilders. com where you can access a full listing of our industry members. Association members are committed to the highest standards of professionalism for the residential construction industry and have access to the latest products, trends and innovations in home building, renovating and design. Hiring a professional ensures that you get quality service and that your investment is protected. We hope you enjoy this edition of our Living Spaces magazine and that you find answers to some of your buying, renovating or decorating questions. This issue is full of helpful new ideas and innovations to help you renovate, decorate, innovate or build the new home of your dreams. Please don’t hesitate to contact our professional team at the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association if your need help finding a member or have any questions.

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L I VI NG

SPACES

SPRING 2014

THE O F F I C IAL MAG A Z INE O F THE SASKATOOn & RE GION HOME BUILDER S’ ASSOC IATION

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13 D ES I GN & RENOV A T I ON

40 ASK AN EXPERT: Maison Fine Homes

30 What Inspires You?

42 ASK AN EXPERT: Fresco Interiors Design Group

Improve your view

44 Finished to perfection 54 Protect your garage floor from the elements 68 Walk the plank 74 Does your bathroom have panache?

contents

FE A TURES 13 23

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AT HOME: Meadows home makes every inch count

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TECHSTYLES turns the spotlight on home innovation

56

Income Property star returns to HomeStyles 2014 Combine elements of nature in your landscape

64 Clean Slate: the new neutral 70 Is your home fully protected? 72

Colour cues for 2014

81

Make mine copper

FOO D & ENTERT A I N I NG 94 IN THE KITCHEN: Tom Brownbridge

D EP A RTMENTS 20 ASK AN EXPERT: Rempel Brothers Construction

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a rt d i r e c t i o n James Grummett p ho t o g r a p hy Jeff Lyons Elaine Mark

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editor Jeannie Armstrong

46 TRAILBLAZERS: R & D Fraser Homes 60 GREEN SCENE: Super-insulate for a greener home 62

DESIGN ELEMENTS: Design the perfect home office

76

NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Delonix Construction Ltd.

80 ASK AN EXPERT: Kitchen Designs by Delta 82

COMMUNITY: Aspen Ridge puts the urban in suburban

90 BUILDING COMMUNITY: Construction class solves the job experience dilemma

c o n t r i b ut i n g writers Jeannie Armstrong Jennifer Jacoby-Smith Hilary Klassen Jackie Blakely Tom Eremondi Ashleigh Mattern Kira Olfert Darla Read Charlene Schumacher Paul Sinkewicz project c o o r d i n at i o n Pamela Hilkewich p ub l i s he r The StarPhoenix

Living Spaces is published by The StarPhoenix on behalf of the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association To reserve your advertising space in the upcoming edition of Living Spaces, contact Sherry Dyck at The StarPhoenix, at 657-6213 or email: sdyck@thestarphoenix.com 9


L I VI NG

SPACES

SPRING 2014

THE O F F I C IAL MAG A Z INE O F THE SASKATOOn & RE GION HOME BUILDER S’ ASSOC IATION

94

13 D ES I GN & RENOV A T I ON

40 ASK AN EXPERT: Maison Fine Homes

30 What Inspires You?

42 ASK AN EXPERT: Fresco Interiors Design Group

Improve your view

44 Finished to perfection 54 Protect your garage floor from the elements 68 Walk the plank 74 Does your bathroom have panache?

contents

FE A TURES 13 23

8

AT HOME: Meadows home makes every inch count

26

TECHSTYLES turns the spotlight on home innovation

56

Income Property star returns to HomeStyles 2014 Combine elements of nature in your landscape

64 Clean Slate: the new neutral 70 Is your home fully protected? 72

Colour cues for 2014

81

Make mine copper

FOO D & ENTERT A I N I NG 94 IN THE KITCHEN: Tom Brownbridge

D EP A RTMENTS 20 ASK AN EXPERT: Rempel Brothers Construction

56

a rt d i r e c t i o n James Grummett p ho t o g r a p hy Jeff Lyons Elaine Mark

64 36

editor Jeannie Armstrong

46 TRAILBLAZERS: R & D Fraser Homes 60 GREEN SCENE: Super-insulate for a greener home 62

DESIGN ELEMENTS: Design the perfect home office

76

NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Delonix Construction Ltd.

80 ASK AN EXPERT: Kitchen Designs by Delta 82

COMMUNITY: Aspen Ridge puts the urban in suburban

90 BUILDING COMMUNITY: Construction class solves the job experience dilemma

c o n t r i b ut i n g writers Jeannie Armstrong Jennifer Jacoby-Smith Hilary Klassen Jackie Blakely Tom Eremondi Ashleigh Mattern Kira Olfert Darla Read Charlene Schumacher Paul Sinkewicz project c o o r d i n at i o n Pamela Hilkewich p ub l i s he r The StarPhoenix

Living Spaces is published by The StarPhoenix on behalf of the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association To reserve your advertising space in the upcoming edition of Living Spaces, contact Sherry Dyck at The StarPhoenix, at 657-6213 or email: sdyck@thestarphoenix.com 9


FROM THE EDITOR

Welcome Jeannie Armstrong Ed i t o r

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Welcome to a super-sized edition of LIVING SPACES – the official magazine of the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association! This edition of LIVING SPACES embraces the concept of spring renewal, through innovation, renovation, home design and construction. Discover new ways to refresh your home for the year ahead, as we report on the latest trends in home appliances, paint colours, window fashions, kitchen cabinetry and flooring materials. Innovative technologies are in the spotlight, as we take readers on a sneak preview of TecStyles – a featured display area of the 2014 HomeStyles Show, presented March 20 to 23 at Prairieland Park, by the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association.

HomeStyles is Saskatchewan’s premier building, renovating and decorating showcase, an event that attracts crowds of up to 30,000 people from across the province. Scott McGillivray, the host of HGTV’s hit series, Income Property, is one of the featured guest presenters at this year’s show. This edition of LIVING SPACES features a fascinating interview with Scott, as he shares insider news on his next TV project. This edition of LIVING SPACES – our largest to date – offers a handy bonus! Look inside for your copy of the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association’s 2014 Membership Directory, featuring contact information for the city’s most reputable builders, renovators and suppliers. Enjoy!


FROM THE EDITOR

Welcome Jeannie Armstrong Ed i t o r

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Welcome to a super-sized edition of LIVING SPACES – the official magazine of the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association! This edition of LIVING SPACES embraces the concept of spring renewal, through innovation, renovation, home design and construction. Discover new ways to refresh your home for the year ahead, as we report on the latest trends in home appliances, paint colours, window fashions, kitchen cabinetry and flooring materials. Innovative technologies are in the spotlight, as we take readers on a sneak preview of TecStyles – a featured display area of the 2014 HomeStyles Show, presented March 20 to 23 at Prairieland Park, by the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association.

HomeStyles is Saskatchewan’s premier building, renovating and decorating showcase, an event that attracts crowds of up to 30,000 people from across the province. Scott McGillivray, the host of HGTV’s hit series, Income Property, is one of the featured guest presenters at this year’s show. This edition of LIVING SPACES features a fascinating interview with Scott, as he shares insider news on his next TV project. This edition of LIVING SPACES – our largest to date – offers a handy bonus! Look inside for your copy of the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association’s 2014 Membership Directory, featuring contact information for the city’s most reputable builders, renovators and suppliers. Enjoy!


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Meadows home makes every inch count by Jeannie Armstrong P h o t o s b y El a i n e M a r k , D&M Images

The Wagner family’s new home in The Meadows is proof that good things come in small packages. Andrew and Jilaire Wagner are the husband-and-wife team at the helm of Maison Fine Homes and Interior Design. The business represents a merger of each of the couple’s skills: Andrew is a Mechanical Engineer by profession, while Jilaire is an experienced communications and design professional. The duo expects to construct seven homes in Saskatoon this year, ranging from $500,000 to spectacular custom builds topping the million dollar mark.

In May of 2013, Andrew, Jilaire and their daughters, Camden and Ayda, moved to an ultra-charming 1,780 square foot two-storey Craftsman-inspired home in The Meadows. “It’s a design that’s part of a new series of floor plans we’ve developed. The house was three-quarters built when we decided to move into it ourselves,” says Andrew Wagner. Andrew says moving into the home gave the family of four an opportunity to test drive the new design. “We’re really liking it. The size and the footprint aren’t large but it has a lot of functionality built in.”

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Qualitywindows.Approvedbytheonly peoplethatmatter–homeowners. Ourwindowsarebuiltontrust,andsoldonrecommendation.With Canadian-madequalityandhelpfulsupport,AllWeatherWindows Quality windows. Approved by the only hasareputationforexcellence.Butdon’ t takeourwordforit,just people that matter–homeowners. askhomeownerswithourwindows. Our windows are built on trust, and sold on recommendation. With Canadian-made quality and helpful support, All Weather Windows has a reputation for excellence. But don’t take our word for it, just ask homeowners with our windows.

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Meadows home makes every inch count by Jeannie Armstrong P h o t o s b y El a i n e M a r k , D&M Images

The Wagner family’s new home in The Meadows is proof that good things come in small packages. Andrew and Jilaire Wagner are the husband-and-wife team at the helm of Maison Fine Homes and Interior Design. The business represents a merger of each of the couple’s skills: Andrew is a Mechanical Engineer by profession, while Jilaire is an experienced communications and design professional. The duo expects to construct seven homes in Saskatoon this year, ranging from $500,000 to spectacular custom builds topping the million dollar mark.

In May of 2013, Andrew, Jilaire and their daughters, Camden and Ayda, moved to an ultra-charming 1,780 square foot two-storey Craftsman-inspired home in The Meadows. “It’s a design that’s part of a new series of floor plans we’ve developed. The house was three-quarters built when we decided to move into it ourselves,” says Andrew Wagner. Andrew says moving into the home gave the family of four an opportunity to test drive the new design. “We’re really liking it. The size and the footprint aren’t large but it has a lot of functionality built in.”

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The move represented a significant downsize from the Wagner’s former home: a sprawling infill residence with over 4,000 square feet of developed living space. Although their new home on Pritchard Crescent has a much smaller footprint, in many ways it feels more spacious, says Jilaire Wagner. “Although we’ve decreased our living space by half, it doesn’t feel like it. We actually have more storage in this house than we did in our previous home.” The couple spent a lot of time developing the home’s footprint and floor plan, which includes a 250-square foot bonus space on the third floor. “We were trying to design the perfect urban home,” says Jilaire. “This house is only 22 feet wide. That’s kind of a magic number, because it fits on a 30-foot lot, so it’s perfect for an infill lot. It can also be twinned as a duplex, because at a width of 44 feet, it would fit on a duplex lot very easily. “The other thing about it being only 22 feet wide is that we were able to do full joists across the whole basement. There are no teleposts limiting how the basement can be laid out,” says Jilaire. The spacious feel inside the home belies its compact footprint. “Inside, we wanted a really hard-working house. This home has all of the same functional zones that 2,600 or 2,800 square foot houses have – but in a much smaller footprint. We still have a mudroom. We still have a second floor laundry. We have the master bedroom with a really nice ensuite,” says Jilaire. A tour of the home begins in the spacious entrance. The Wagners believe it’s important to make a great first impression and don’t believe in scrimping on foyer space. Just off the foyer is an inviting flex room which the family uses as a music and art room. “It would also be an ideal den, TV room or home office,” says Jilaire. A pretty powder room is just next door. A contemporary open galley kitchen is the star of the great room. “We

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The move represented a significant downsize from the Wagner’s former home: a sprawling infill residence with over 4,000 square feet of developed living space. Although their new home on Pritchard Crescent has a much smaller footprint, in many ways it feels more spacious, says Jilaire Wagner. “Although we’ve decreased our living space by half, it doesn’t feel like it. We actually have more storage in this house than we did in our previous home.” The couple spent a lot of time developing the home’s footprint and floor plan, which includes a 250-square foot bonus space on the third floor. “We were trying to design the perfect urban home,” says Jilaire. “This house is only 22 feet wide. That’s kind of a magic number, because it fits on a 30-foot lot, so it’s perfect for an infill lot. It can also be twinned as a duplex, because at a width of 44 feet, it would fit on a duplex lot very easily. “The other thing about it being only 22 feet wide is that we were able to do full joists across the whole basement. There are no teleposts limiting how the basement can be laid out,” says Jilaire. The spacious feel inside the home belies its compact footprint. “Inside, we wanted a really hard-working house. This home has all of the same functional zones that 2,600 or 2,800 square foot houses have – but in a much smaller footprint. We still have a mudroom. We still have a second floor laundry. We have the master bedroom with a really nice ensuite,” says Jilaire. A tour of the home begins in the spacious entrance. The Wagners believe it’s important to make a great first impression and don’t believe in scrimping on foyer space. Just off the foyer is an inviting flex room which the family uses as a music and art room. “It would also be an ideal den, TV room or home office,” says Jilaire. A pretty powder room is just next door. A contemporary open galley kitchen is the star of the great room. “We

BUYING A NEW HOME? PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT

Choosing a builder who belongs to the New Home Warranty Program ensures your new home is protected from problems that can occur with new buildings. You’ll be covered for*: • Your initial deposit up to $25,000 if the builder defaults • Defects in workmanship or materials for the first year • Exterior water penetration for two years • Major structural defects for five years Plus, you can get even more comprehensive coverage with the optional extended coverage for single family homes. To find out more, visit our website, or contact us today. This is not a complete description of coverage. Contact the New Home Warranty Program of Saskatchewan for warranty details.

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www.nhwp.org #4 - 3012 Louise St. E, Saskatoon

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(306) 373-7833

Jonathan Klassen Saskatchewan Commercial Account Manager Direct line: 306-667-1448 Email: jklassen@thebrick.com

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wanted it to feel very bright and open. We wanted to do more of a grounded kitchen, so we chose custom grey cabinetry and matching quartz countertops,” says Jilaire. A 9-foot, six-inch quartz island extends across the kitchen. The monochromatic colour scheme was a bit of a design risk, but one that paid off. “Usually, you pick a countertop that contrasts with the cabinetry. We decided to do both in the same shade. I think it creates a furniturelike appearance – like a dresser or armoire. It adds a lot of elegance to the kitchen,” says Jilaire. The biggest design splurge in the kitchen was the striking backsplash, featuring Calacatta marble in an intricate herringbone pattern. Mixed metals are one of the year’s hottest design trends – one that Jilaire has embraced. The home’s selection of fixtures – from lights to faucets – includes an intriguing mishmash of aged gold, black iron and sparkling chrome. Adjacent to the kitchen is a mudroom, featuring a custom storage wall with built-in adjustable shelves for boots and shoes, cubbies for mitts and toques, and a catch-all drawer. A six-inch wide ledge extends along the opposite wall – an ideal spot for lunch kits and car keys. A row of coat hooks makes it easy to hang up jackets as you enter through the back door. A pocket door conceals the mudroom from the kitchen. “It stops the visual clutter and maintains privacy when everyone is in the great room,” says Jilaire. She describes the home’s living room as ‘kind of petite.’ However, the small space delivers big style with its contemporary floorto-ceiling river rock natural gas fireplace, dressed in sleek MDF panels which were painted in a grey lacquer to match the kitchen cabinetry. Large windows, eight-foot interior doors and nine-foot ceilings make the area feel more spacious than it is. The Wagners purposely designed the home’s stairways to incorporate built-in storage solutions on all four levels of the home. “The staircase continues all the way up. On each floor we incorporated different types of storage – from book shelves to cabinets for toy storage,” says Jilaire. The family’s three bedrooms are located on the second floor, along with a four-piece bath and a generously-sized laundry room. Jilaire says their master bedroom and ensuite aren’t “big and sprawling, but still nicely appointed with attention to detail.” Two towers of drawers in the walk-in closet C o n tin u ed o n p a g e 1 8

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wanted it to feel very bright and open. We wanted to do more of a grounded kitchen, so we chose custom grey cabinetry and matching quartz countertops,” says Jilaire. A 9-foot, six-inch quartz island extends across the kitchen. The monochromatic colour scheme was a bit of a design risk, but one that paid off. “Usually, you pick a countertop that contrasts with the cabinetry. We decided to do both in the same shade. I think it creates a furniturelike appearance – like a dresser or armoire. It adds a lot of elegance to the kitchen,” says Jilaire. The biggest design splurge in the kitchen was the striking backsplash, featuring Calacatta marble in an intricate herringbone pattern. Mixed metals are one of the year’s hottest design trends – one that Jilaire has embraced. The home’s selection of fixtures – from lights to faucets – includes an intriguing mishmash of aged gold, black iron and sparkling chrome. Adjacent to the kitchen is a mudroom, featuring a custom storage wall with built-in adjustable shelves for boots and shoes, cubbies for mitts and toques, and a catch-all drawer. A six-inch wide ledge extends along the opposite wall – an ideal spot for lunch kits and car keys. A row of coat hooks makes it easy to hang up jackets as you enter through the back door. A pocket door conceals the mudroom from the kitchen. “It stops the visual clutter and maintains privacy when everyone is in the great room,” says Jilaire. She describes the home’s living room as ‘kind of petite.’ However, the small space delivers big style with its contemporary floorto-ceiling river rock natural gas fireplace, dressed in sleek MDF panels which were painted in a grey lacquer to match the kitchen cabinetry. Large windows, eight-foot interior doors and nine-foot ceilings make the area feel more spacious than it is. The Wagners purposely designed the home’s stairways to incorporate built-in storage solutions on all four levels of the home. “The staircase continues all the way up. On each floor we incorporated different types of storage – from book shelves to cabinets for toy storage,” says Jilaire. The family’s three bedrooms are located on the second floor, along with a four-piece bath and a generously-sized laundry room. Jilaire says their master bedroom and ensuite aren’t “big and sprawling, but still nicely appointed with attention to detail.” Two towers of drawers in the walk-in closet C o n tin u ed o n p a g e 1 8

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at home c o n t in u ed f r o m p ag e 16 eliminate the need for dressers in the bedroom. The ensuite also features grey storage towers which flank the wallmounted commercial sink. “The towers offer a lot more storage space than a conventional vanity. We even have room for our linens,” says Jilaire. The home’s third floor bonus space is used as the family’s TV room and play area. With large windows on each end and a dramatic vaulted ceiling, the bonus room is an inviting retreat. “It’s the girls’ favourite room in the house. They call it ‘the attic.’ They think it’s very cool!” says Jilaire. The Wagners made every square inch of space in their home count, including the basement. “We’ve developed the basement as a client meeting space and office for our company,” says Andrew. “It’s almost like having a demonstration suite. When we’re meeting with a client, we may want to demonstrate how something in the house works. We can come upstairs and show them the set-up of the kitchen, the mudroom or all of the built-in shelving,” he adds. “We’re really excited about this plan because it’s such an interesting way to use space,” says Jilaire. “What Andrew and I are trying to do is build special homes. No matter what our clients’ budget is, we want to create something that’s very personal, special and unique to them. That was the goal in creating this floor plan. We wanted to deliver something that was a little more economical to the market but still had all of that functionality and style.” LS

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HERE ARE SOME HOME COMFORT TIPS FOR YOUR FUTURE HEATING, COOLING AND INDOOR HERE ARE SOME HOME COMFORT TIPS FOR YOUR FUTURE HEATING, COOLING AND INDOOR HOME QUALITY REPLACEMENTS HOME AIR AIR QUALITY REPLACEMENTS • New gas fireplaces is an excellent source of secondary heat and do not require a power source gas fireplaces is an excellent source of secondary heat and do not require a power source COMFORT operate. COMFORT ••toTheNew to operate. new high efficient furnaces offer variable fan speeds with self-regulating gas valve to increase TIPS The new high efficient furnaces offer variable fan speeds with self-regulating gas valve to increase TIPS •energy savings and as a result of this technology offers quieter operations. energy savings and as a result of this technology offers quieter operations. • The new available energy star air conditioners offer quieter operation and greater efficiencies •that Theresult newinavailable energy lower utility costs.star air conditioners offer quieter operation and greater efficiencies that result in lower utility costs. • Indoor air quality is typically overlooked, but is an important aspect of your home. However •with Indoor quality typically overlooked, important aspect home. However newair HEPA filter istechnology we are now but ableistoanobtain a higher levelofofyour indoor air quality with new HEPA filter technology we are now able to obtain a higher level of indoor air quality filtration to compliment your energy saving in home system. to compliment your energy home system. • Befiltration sure to compare warranties and the saving heatingincontractor’s ability to service what they install.

• Be sure to compare warranties and the heating contractor’s ability to service what they install.

PROVEN QUALITY SINCE 1978 PROVENPRICES QUALITY SINCE 1978 HONEST HONEST PRICES FRIENDLY SERVICE FRIENDLY SERVICE WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK 933 HEAT (4328) 933 HEAT (4328)

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Over the past few months we have had some nasty cold snaps. This means winter construction and lots of changes to the techniques we use in the summer. Here are some of the most commonly asked questions that I receive.

Q: Since the ground is frozen how are you able to dig basements in the winter? A: This is one of our toughest hurdles of winter construction. The ground hardness depends on several factors: moisture, snow cover and different types of soil to mention a few. For instance, if we had a lot of rain in the fall that was absorbed into the ground and then it froze, that soil is much more like a block of ice and much harder than if it was a dry fall. We excavate our foundations with a large trackhoe equipped with an earth bucket. In the winter that bucket has to come off as it will not penetrate the soil, instead we use a large steel ripper tooth which looks like a four foot-long jackhammer without the vibration. We pick away at the frozen soil until we are down a couple of feet and put the earth bucket back on to clean the hole. Then we repeat the process for as long as it takes. A normal summer excavation takes between four to six hours; January excavations can take as long as four days. It’s not fun but it’s a choice you make being in the excavating business in Saskatchewan. Q: How much more does it cost to do a foundation in the winter? A: There are several factors that are involved when pricing winter concrete work. As explained above, the frost needs to be ripped and takes a lot more time and is very hard on our machinery. In order to pour concrete in the winter, we have to use heated concrete which is done by steaming the cold aggregates (rock, sand) and by heating the water to a very high temperature. After the foundation has been poured, the whole foundation needs to be covered or hoarded and heat must be pumped into the tarping to protect the concrete from freezing. The three factors – ripping of frost, heating of concrete and hoarding of concrete – are passed onto the customer and can add anywhere between 10 to 15 percent on the original quote. Q: How cold is too cold to pour concrete? A: Our workers will often work up to –40°C. The ready-mix suppliers usually stop hauling concrete at -30°C. Even though heat and different chemical admixtures have been added to the concrete mix, there is a much higher risk of mechanical breakdown and at the cost of concrete we would like to keep those odds in our favour.

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ASK AN EXPERT

This is why you Love Coming Home!

Bruce Rempel Rempel Brothers Construction 201 Jessop Avenue (306) 374-6505

Email: Brucerempel@sasktel.net www.rempelbrothers.com

Over the past few months we have had some nasty cold snaps. This means winter construction and lots of changes to the techniques we use in the summer. Here are some of the most commonly asked questions that I receive.

Q: Since the ground is frozen how are you able to dig basements in the winter? A: This is one of our toughest hurdles of winter construction. The ground hardness depends on several factors: moisture, snow cover and different types of soil to mention a few. For instance, if we had a lot of rain in the fall that was absorbed into the ground and then it froze, that soil is much more like a block of ice and much harder than if it was a dry fall. We excavate our foundations with a large trackhoe equipped with an earth bucket. In the winter that bucket has to come off as it will not penetrate the soil, instead we use a large steel ripper tooth which looks like a four foot-long jackhammer without the vibration. We pick away at the frozen soil until we are down a couple of feet and put the earth bucket back on to clean the hole. Then we repeat the process for as long as it takes. A normal summer excavation takes between four to six hours; January excavations can take as long as four days. It’s not fun but it’s a choice you make being in the excavating business in Saskatchewan. Q: How much more does it cost to do a foundation in the winter? A: There are several factors that are involved when pricing winter concrete work. As explained above, the frost needs to be ripped and takes a lot more time and is very hard on our machinery. In order to pour concrete in the winter, we have to use heated concrete which is done by steaming the cold aggregates (rock, sand) and by heating the water to a very high temperature. After the foundation has been poured, the whole foundation needs to be covered or hoarded and heat must be pumped into the tarping to protect the concrete from freezing. The three factors – ripping of frost, heating of concrete and hoarding of concrete – are passed onto the customer and can add anywhere between 10 to 15 percent on the original quote. Q: How cold is too cold to pour concrete? A: Our workers will often work up to –40°C. The ready-mix suppliers usually stop hauling concrete at -30°C. Even though heat and different chemical admixtures have been added to the concrete mix, there is a much higher risk of mechanical breakdown and at the cost of concrete we would like to keep those odds in our favour.

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TecHStyles turns the spotlight on home innovation

Get ready to sample the future! TechStyles is set to dazzle a home-savvy crowd when HomeStyles returns to Prairieland Park, March 20-23. Building on the success of its debut last year, TechStyles will showcase the latest innovations and cutting edge technology for the home. “TechStyles was born because we saw there was growing interest in home theatre over the last ten years, and in home automation in the past couple of years, and we thought, this is its own thing. We wanted to capitalize on it, and showcase it to consumers,” says Karen Kobussen, Regional Manager, Member Services for the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association who produces the show. The success of last year’s TechStyles has attracted more exhibitors for 2014. “It’s about a whole environment that’s totally automatic and electronic,” says Kobussen. It’s about security companies that offer whole home automation, programming your lights when you’re overseas, energy efficiencies, geothermal and solar heating, flushing your toilet or starting your washer with your smart phone if you want, and much more. “It’s almost like the future is now,” she adds. One of the new exhibitors is DesignerStone, an innovative product newly arrived in Saskatchewan. Stone panels a quarter inch thick are said to be the first innovation in stone in a decade. “The applications are endless. We use them for fireplace surrounds, walls, ceilings, floors, you name it,” says Scott Hein, exclusive supplier in Saskatchewan. Hein has just finished outfitting the ensuite shower in the Hospital Lottery Show Home with DesignerStone. “We did a shower in there with our Carrara White Marble,” says

Designer Stone panels were recently used to outfit a shower in the new Hospital Lottery Home. The quarter-inch thick panels are 100 per cent natural stone and have a wide range of applications. Photos: Scott Hein/DesignStone Saskatchewan

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TecHStyles turns the spotlight on home innovation

Get ready to sample the future! TechStyles is set to dazzle a home-savvy crowd when HomeStyles returns to Prairieland Park, March 20-23. Building on the success of its debut last year, TechStyles will showcase the latest innovations and cutting edge technology for the home. “TechStyles was born because we saw there was growing interest in home theatre over the last ten years, and in home automation in the past couple of years, and we thought, this is its own thing. We wanted to capitalize on it, and showcase it to consumers,” says Karen Kobussen, Regional Manager, Member Services for the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association who produces the show. The success of last year’s TechStyles has attracted more exhibitors for 2014. “It’s about a whole environment that’s totally automatic and electronic,” says Kobussen. It’s about security companies that offer whole home automation, programming your lights when you’re overseas, energy efficiencies, geothermal and solar heating, flushing your toilet or starting your washer with your smart phone if you want, and much more. “It’s almost like the future is now,” she adds. One of the new exhibitors is DesignerStone, an innovative product newly arrived in Saskatchewan. Stone panels a quarter inch thick are said to be the first innovation in stone in a decade. “The applications are endless. We use them for fireplace surrounds, walls, ceilings, floors, you name it,” says Scott Hein, exclusive supplier in Saskatchewan. Hein has just finished outfitting the ensuite shower in the Hospital Lottery Show Home with DesignerStone. “We did a shower in there with our Carrara White Marble,” says

Designer Stone panels were recently used to outfit a shower in the new Hospital Lottery Home. The quarter-inch thick panels are 100 per cent natural stone and have a wide range of applications. Photos: Scott Hein/DesignStone Saskatchewan

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A highlight of Superior Cabinet’s exhibit is their Digital Showroom. Photos: Superior Cabinets

Hein. It’s a walk-in style shower with stone on two sides and glass on the other two. The panels are 100 per cent natural stone and sourced around the globe. “This stuff is quarried all over the world, Africa, Asia, Brazil, and there’s a few other places,” says Hein. The stone is put on an engineered polymer backing which makes it literally ten times stronger than traditional two centimeter stone. Hein says it’s also 100 per cent waterproof. DesignerStone will bring an onyx panel to TechStyles. “This is amazing stuff. It’s a translucent 100 per cent natural stone that comes in the same size panels (5 x 8’) and you can light them up from behind,” says Hein. He just sold one to a high end restaurant in Waskesiu and they’re using it in their bar front. Superior Cabinets looks forward to participating in TechStyles, to showcase the hub of the home, the kitchen. “Through our Digital Showroom we can do interactive design with our clients,” says Shahan Fancy, Corporate Sales Development Manager. “It allows clients to interact and navigate with various designs, change cabinetry colours, door styles, paint, flooring and countertops all at the click of a button.” Visitors to the Superior Cabinets exhibit will see how this technology works.

“When clients choose to work with Superior Cabinets on their renovation project, we take it one step further and utilize the Digital Showroom to show clients what their kitchen will look like in colour 3D. This tool allows clients to visualize their space beyond the rudimentary black and white renderings and take their design to the next level,” says Fancy. Also in Superior Cabinet’s dynamic display watch for additional innovations like their Intelligent Drawers System, display bifold lift up cabinet doors with soft close, ergonomic considerations, cabinet pull-outs and organizers. For other kitchen fashions, Fancy says, “You’ll have to stay tuned, as this display is guaranteed not to disappoint.” You’ll find Superior Cabinets in Hall A, Booths 932 and 935. Shaw has innovative new products, apps and features they will highlight at TechStyles. “We think that TechStyles is the perfect place to help both builders and home buyers get the most out of our network,” says Brent Beatty, Major Accounts – New Developments at Shaw. Their exhibit will focus on Shaw’s newest and most innovative technologies including Shaw GO and the Shaw Gateway System.

The Shaw Gateway offers a total home HDPVR solution that enables you to record six shows at the same time all in crystal clear HD. The gateway links every TV in your house to one system allowing you to pause in one room and pick up where you left off in another. “The Gateway is ready for the future and will in time let our customers access all their recording anywhere, online on demand,” says Beatty. The Shaw Go System allows Shaw customers to take their content with them anywhere on their iOS or android devices. “Get free mobile content from Movie Central, NFL Football, Global, YTV, Treehouse and A&E anywhere, anytime,” says Beatty. “With Shaw GO, Wi-fi customers can access these programs on the Shaw internet network and avoid data fees, slowdowns and overages. TV and Internet at home are great, but taking these services with you on the go for one great price is even better!” The Shaw exhibit will feature the first ever ShawOnDemand Search contest and other prizes. An exciting highlight of HomeStyles 2014 will be a fully equipped System-Built home. Shaine Girling and Jason Sansom, co-founders

Shaw’s exhibit will focus on Shaw’s newest and most innovative technologies including Shaw GO and the Shaw Gateway System. Photos: Shaw

of System Built Developments, are leading the collaboration on the System-Built home. System Built Developments is an innovative new manufacturer in Saskatoon that builds homes using the System Built Construction process. “The process combines ‘panelization’ or ‘automated panel building’ with modern modular building technologies and is the most sophisticated construction method in the world,” says Sansom. “The house or building is constructed in pieces or separate box-like

modules which are then secured together to form a whole.” Girling and Sansom have developed a new automated production facility, making it possible to deliver a home almost fully complete and in less than half the time of a traditional build. Modular construction usually doesn’t allow for additional structures like garages or porches and decks to be built in the factory, but with their facility, they can also manufacture decks, fencing, stairs, cabinets, coun-

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tertops and other building supplies for their clients. System-Built homes are growing in popularity. “Over 95 per cent of land developers, home builders and general contractors already favor the System Built Construction process and by the year 2025, it will be the dominant method of commercial and residential construction,” says Girling. For more information on TechStyles and HomeStyles 2014, see homestylesonline.com LS

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A highlight of Superior Cabinet’s exhibit is their Digital Showroom. Photos: Superior Cabinets

Hein. It’s a walk-in style shower with stone on two sides and glass on the other two. The panels are 100 per cent natural stone and sourced around the globe. “This stuff is quarried all over the world, Africa, Asia, Brazil, and there’s a few other places,” says Hein. The stone is put on an engineered polymer backing which makes it literally ten times stronger than traditional two centimeter stone. Hein says it’s also 100 per cent waterproof. DesignerStone will bring an onyx panel to TechStyles. “This is amazing stuff. It’s a translucent 100 per cent natural stone that comes in the same size panels (5 x 8’) and you can light them up from behind,” says Hein. He just sold one to a high end restaurant in Waskesiu and they’re using it in their bar front. Superior Cabinets looks forward to participating in TechStyles, to showcase the hub of the home, the kitchen. “Through our Digital Showroom we can do interactive design with our clients,” says Shahan Fancy, Corporate Sales Development Manager. “It allows clients to interact and navigate with various designs, change cabinetry colours, door styles, paint, flooring and countertops all at the click of a button.” Visitors to the Superior Cabinets exhibit will see how this technology works.

“When clients choose to work with Superior Cabinets on their renovation project, we take it one step further and utilize the Digital Showroom to show clients what their kitchen will look like in colour 3D. This tool allows clients to visualize their space beyond the rudimentary black and white renderings and take their design to the next level,” says Fancy. Also in Superior Cabinet’s dynamic display watch for additional innovations like their Intelligent Drawers System, display bifold lift up cabinet doors with soft close, ergonomic considerations, cabinet pull-outs and organizers. For other kitchen fashions, Fancy says, “You’ll have to stay tuned, as this display is guaranteed not to disappoint.” You’ll find Superior Cabinets in Hall A, Booths 932 and 935. Shaw has innovative new products, apps and features they will highlight at TechStyles. “We think that TechStyles is the perfect place to help both builders and home buyers get the most out of our network,” says Brent Beatty, Major Accounts – New Developments at Shaw. Their exhibit will focus on Shaw’s newest and most innovative technologies including Shaw GO and the Shaw Gateway System.

The Shaw Gateway offers a total home HDPVR solution that enables you to record six shows at the same time all in crystal clear HD. The gateway links every TV in your house to one system allowing you to pause in one room and pick up where you left off in another. “The Gateway is ready for the future and will in time let our customers access all their recording anywhere, online on demand,” says Beatty. The Shaw Go System allows Shaw customers to take their content with them anywhere on their iOS or android devices. “Get free mobile content from Movie Central, NFL Football, Global, YTV, Treehouse and A&E anywhere, anytime,” says Beatty. “With Shaw GO, Wi-fi customers can access these programs on the Shaw internet network and avoid data fees, slowdowns and overages. TV and Internet at home are great, but taking these services with you on the go for one great price is even better!” The Shaw exhibit will feature the first ever ShawOnDemand Search contest and other prizes. An exciting highlight of HomeStyles 2014 will be a fully equipped System-Built home. Shaine Girling and Jason Sansom, co-founders

Shaw’s exhibit will focus on Shaw’s newest and most innovative technologies including Shaw GO and the Shaw Gateway System. Photos: Shaw

of System Built Developments, are leading the collaboration on the System-Built home. System Built Developments is an innovative new manufacturer in Saskatoon that builds homes using the System Built Construction process. “The process combines ‘panelization’ or ‘automated panel building’ with modern modular building technologies and is the most sophisticated construction method in the world,” says Sansom. “The house or building is constructed in pieces or separate box-like

modules which are then secured together to form a whole.” Girling and Sansom have developed a new automated production facility, making it possible to deliver a home almost fully complete and in less than half the time of a traditional build. Modular construction usually doesn’t allow for additional structures like garages or porches and decks to be built in the factory, but with their facility, they can also manufacture decks, fencing, stairs, cabinets, coun-

Visit our NEW Showroom 2835a Cleveland Ave. � New off-street parking � Over 2160 sq. ft. of enhanced showroom

tertops and other building supplies for their clients. System-Built homes are growing in popularity. “Over 95 per cent of land developers, home builders and general contractors already favor the System Built Construction process and by the year 2025, it will be the dominant method of commercial and residential construction,” says Girling. For more information on TechStyles and HomeStyles 2014, see homestylesonline.com LS

SASKATOON DOORS & MORE (1986) INC.

NEW SHOWROOM

• Exterior Doors & Windows (PVC/Wood/Metal Clad/Bows/Bays) • Interior Doors and Moldings • Window and Door Hardware on hand • For all your Construction or Renovation Needs.

306-242-7550 - 2835a Cleveland Ave. (just north of 51st)

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Income Property s ta r re t u rns t o H o m e S t y l es 2014 by Jeannie Armstrong P HOTO S C OURTE S Y O F S C OTT M C G I L L I V RAY

The average Canadian family is now spending over 30 per cent of their total household income on shelter costs – including mortgage payments, property taxes, condo fees and utilities. Isn’t it about time your home started paying its own way? As the host of HGTV’s long-running hit series, Income Property, Scott McGillivray helps home owners across Canada generate income from their own residences. In each episode, McGillivray rescues cash-strapped home owners and teaches them how to renovate their property and transform underutilized space into income-producing regulation suites. McGillivray speaks from experience. With a friend, he started building a portfolio of revenue properties at the age of 21. Within five years, they were collecting rental income from 25 properties and were well on their way to building a real estate empire. McGillivray was a special guest presenter at last year’s HomeStyles show, presented by the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association. He’s back by popular demand at this year’s HomeStyles event, taking place March 20 to 23 at Prairieland Park. McGillivray will appear on The StarPhoenix-sponsored Speakers’ Stage on Saturday, March 22. McGillivray is excited to be returning to Saskatoon - and HomeStyles - for a second consecutive year. With Saskatoon’s vibrant housing market, he feels the city is one of the leaders in growth in Canada. “I’m going to switch it up a bit this year,” says McGillivray about this year’s HomeStyles presentation. “I’m going to talk about 26

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Income Property s ta r re t u rns t o H o m e S t y l es 2014 by Jeannie Armstrong P HOTO S C OURTE S Y O F S C OTT M C G I L L I V RAY

The average Canadian family is now spending over 30 per cent of their total household income on shelter costs – including mortgage payments, property taxes, condo fees and utilities. Isn’t it about time your home started paying its own way? As the host of HGTV’s long-running hit series, Income Property, Scott McGillivray helps home owners across Canada generate income from their own residences. In each episode, McGillivray rescues cash-strapped home owners and teaches them how to renovate their property and transform underutilized space into income-producing regulation suites. McGillivray speaks from experience. With a friend, he started building a portfolio of revenue properties at the age of 21. Within five years, they were collecting rental income from 25 properties and were well on their way to building a real estate empire. McGillivray was a special guest presenter at last year’s HomeStyles show, presented by the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association. He’s back by popular demand at this year’s HomeStyles event, taking place March 20 to 23 at Prairieland Park. McGillivray will appear on The StarPhoenix-sponsored Speakers’ Stage on Saturday, March 22. McGillivray is excited to be returning to Saskatoon - and HomeStyles - for a second consecutive year. With Saskatoon’s vibrant housing market, he feels the city is one of the leaders in growth in Canada. “I’m going to switch it up a bit this year,” says McGillivray about this year’s HomeStyles presentation. “I’m going to talk about 26

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COMFORT real estate investing, because I love talking about that. I always strive to give people good take-away information. But when I come back to a market, I like to give people new information, so this year, I’m also going to talk a bit about working with contractors: how to find the right contractor and what renovations they should focus on.” The development of secondary suites in the basements of new and existing homes has become very popular in Saskatoon. Many local builders are now offering the option of a secondary suite when designing and building new residences. “Saskatoon isn’t the only city that’s championing purpose-built secondary suites. It’s catching on everywhere. It’s such a fantastic way for first-time home buyers to get into the real estate market. Buying a home is getting more expensive, so this is becoming a reality for anyone who wants to purchase a home,” says McGillivray. McGillivray will also share advice for people who are interested in following in his footsteps and establishing their own careers in property investment and management. “I’m going to talk about how to get that first property, what to look for, how to finance it,”

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says McGillivray. “The key is to be able to set yourself up to get multiple properties. A lot of people make the mistake of putting all their eggs in one basket on the first property, and then they’re just kind of stuck. They have all of their resources focused on one single property, and have no idea how to get another one. “I really take a larger goal-oriented approach to real estate investing, so that your first property is just that – your first property, not your last property.” Audience interaction is a big part of McGillivray’s lively presentations. “I’m going to leave more time for questions in Saskatoon this year. I was just overwhelmed with questions last time and I wasn’t able to answer too many people. If you have any questions about real estate, real estate investing, the show – I’d love to answer them!” says McGillivray. Season Eight of Income Property is now airing on HGTV. Last year, the show expanded to one-hour episodes. Viewer response was overwhelmingly positive. “We were a little worried because it was double the amount of time we were asking from the audience, but it turns out that it’s what they

wanted. The ratings are even better with the one-hour show! It dominates the night every time it airs,” says McGillivray. Fans said they wanted even more information on buying and renovating properties with revenue potential. “I love that we have the opportunity to do that now,” says McGillivray. “It’s been an unbelievable run and the show is going strong. The fans are ready for more!” McGillivray is currently wrapping up the filming of Season Nine, as well as developing two new shows. Flipping The Block is one of the two new shows currently being developed by McGillivray’s new production company, SKIT Inc. “Flipping the Block is about renovating an entire apartment complex,” says McGillivray. “It’s a big show. I don’t know how else to put it. It’s as real as it gets. It’s something that every home owner is going to be interested in.” He anticipates Flipping The Block will begin airing by the end of 2014. McGillivray will appear at 12:45 p.m. and 3:00 p.m., on Saturday, March 22 at HomeStyles 2014. For more information, visit www.homestylesonline.com. LS

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COMFORT real estate investing, because I love talking about that. I always strive to give people good take-away information. But when I come back to a market, I like to give people new information, so this year, I’m also going to talk a bit about working with contractors: how to find the right contractor and what renovations they should focus on.” The development of secondary suites in the basements of new and existing homes has become very popular in Saskatoon. Many local builders are now offering the option of a secondary suite when designing and building new residences. “Saskatoon isn’t the only city that’s championing purpose-built secondary suites. It’s catching on everywhere. It’s such a fantastic way for first-time home buyers to get into the real estate market. Buying a home is getting more expensive, so this is becoming a reality for anyone who wants to purchase a home,” says McGillivray. McGillivray will also share advice for people who are interested in following in his footsteps and establishing their own careers in property investment and management. “I’m going to talk about how to get that first property, what to look for, how to finance it,”

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says McGillivray. “The key is to be able to set yourself up to get multiple properties. A lot of people make the mistake of putting all their eggs in one basket on the first property, and then they’re just kind of stuck. They have all of their resources focused on one single property, and have no idea how to get another one. “I really take a larger goal-oriented approach to real estate investing, so that your first property is just that – your first property, not your last property.” Audience interaction is a big part of McGillivray’s lively presentations. “I’m going to leave more time for questions in Saskatoon this year. I was just overwhelmed with questions last time and I wasn’t able to answer too many people. If you have any questions about real estate, real estate investing, the show – I’d love to answer them!” says McGillivray. Season Eight of Income Property is now airing on HGTV. Last year, the show expanded to one-hour episodes. Viewer response was overwhelmingly positive. “We were a little worried because it was double the amount of time we were asking from the audience, but it turns out that it’s what they

wanted. The ratings are even better with the one-hour show! It dominates the night every time it airs,” says McGillivray. Fans said they wanted even more information on buying and renovating properties with revenue potential. “I love that we have the opportunity to do that now,” says McGillivray. “It’s been an unbelievable run and the show is going strong. The fans are ready for more!” McGillivray is currently wrapping up the filming of Season Nine, as well as developing two new shows. Flipping The Block is one of the two new shows currently being developed by McGillivray’s new production company, SKIT Inc. “Flipping the Block is about renovating an entire apartment complex,” says McGillivray. “It’s a big show. I don’t know how else to put it. It’s as real as it gets. It’s something that every home owner is going to be interested in.” He anticipates Flipping The Block will begin airing by the end of 2014. McGillivray will appear at 12:45 p.m. and 3:00 p.m., on Saturday, March 22 at HomeStyles 2014. For more information, visit www.homestylesonline.com. LS

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One of the unique facets of home building is combining form with function, beauty with utility, the creative with the concrete. In each issue of Living Spaces we speak with three local builders about where they find inspiration for their new home designs.

A simple item like a designer shoe or a necklace can spark an idea for the team at Centennial 360. Photo courtesy Centennial 360 Custom Homes 30

For the design team at Centennial Custom Homes – a division of Centennial 360 – it can be a singular item that provides the creative spark for a new project. “Often the inspiration starts from a single piece,” notes Rebecca Simpson, a member of the design team at Centennial. “In one case it was a necklace. In another it was a pair of shoes. Sometimes it could be a pillow that we just love the colour and texture of. It starts the ball rolling.” Michael Shaw, division manager, adds, “It leads you to the towel selection, which leads you to the cabinet selection, which leads you to the paint colours. It all just kind of comes together.” Another key part of developing new ideas is using the internet – specifically Houzz. com. A little like the popular website Pinterest, Houzz focuses on interior design ideas. Ranging from the latest trends to the down-

right strange, Houzz also offers the ability to put together your own design book, to keep track of all your favourite photos. “You can lose hours on Houzz, just looking at different ideas. It’s thousands and thousands of pictures – some fantastic, some awful,” explains Shaw. Coming up with great ideas that fit the client’s needs means spending a lot of time imagining the type of family that will call the house home. A lot of thought goes into the layout of each design to make the space efficient and workable for day-to-day living. It’s important to start with a good layout. “You can make anything look pretty, but the layout is important from the very beginning,” says Shaw. “We want the house to not only look beautiful, but it needs to be user-friendly. We pride ourselves on the fact that our houses are beautiful and practical,” Simpson says. C o n t in u ed o n p ag e 32

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Inspires WHAT

YOU?

A new level of

Sophistication

b y J e n n i f e r J a c o b y- S m i t h

Centennial 360 Custom Homes

One of the unique facets of home building is combining form with function, beauty with utility, the creative with the concrete. In each issue of Living Spaces we speak with three local builders about where they find inspiration for their new home designs.

A simple item like a designer shoe or a necklace can spark an idea for the team at Centennial 360. Photo courtesy Centennial 360 Custom Homes 30

For the design team at Centennial Custom Homes – a division of Centennial 360 – it can be a singular item that provides the creative spark for a new project. “Often the inspiration starts from a single piece,” notes Rebecca Simpson, a member of the design team at Centennial. “In one case it was a necklace. In another it was a pair of shoes. Sometimes it could be a pillow that we just love the colour and texture of. It starts the ball rolling.” Michael Shaw, division manager, adds, “It leads you to the towel selection, which leads you to the cabinet selection, which leads you to the paint colours. It all just kind of comes together.” Another key part of developing new ideas is using the internet – specifically Houzz. com. A little like the popular website Pinterest, Houzz focuses on interior design ideas. Ranging from the latest trends to the down-

right strange, Houzz also offers the ability to put together your own design book, to keep track of all your favourite photos. “You can lose hours on Houzz, just looking at different ideas. It’s thousands and thousands of pictures – some fantastic, some awful,” explains Shaw. Coming up with great ideas that fit the client’s needs means spending a lot of time imagining the type of family that will call the house home. A lot of thought goes into the layout of each design to make the space efficient and workable for day-to-day living. It’s important to start with a good layout. “You can make anything look pretty, but the layout is important from the very beginning,” says Shaw. “We want the house to not only look beautiful, but it needs to be user-friendly. We pride ourselves on the fact that our houses are beautiful and practical,” Simpson says. C o n t in u ed o n p ag e 32

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INSPIRES co ntinued from page 30

Northern Sky Developments As a custom home builder, it’s not surprising when Zak Kostyna of Northern Sky Developments says most of their design ideas come from their clients. “We show them pictures of past projects and our design library, but also reach out to internet resources where ideas can be easily found and shared,” says Kostyna. “We really encourage them to come up with as many pictures as they can, and then incorporate as many of their unique ideas as the budget allows. Nobody has an unlimited budget, so we find ways to include the key design needs in one way or another.” Like many other builders the Kostyna family travels frequently and they make note of the architecture and trends in other cities. “It might sound weird, but when we come back from a trip, for every picture of smiling family, friends or adventure, there seem to be as many or more of terrific architecture, outstanding homes, or little architectural details.”

Kostyna credits the family’s globe-trotting for the Asian, Latin and European influences that turn up in their designs. “We often put up new and interesting ideas on our Facebook page, sometimes even just downright weird ones! If we get a lot of likes on something, we know we should be thinking about incorporating those things in our designs,” notes Kostyna. The award-winning home builder is known for the use of wood and other natural products in their spectacular houses. While modern building materials are intended to be quick and easy, the products make it a challenge to add character to a space. “We’ve really been inspired by the architecture of Greene and Greene, who kindled the ‘arts and crafts’ style in California in the early 20th century. Their styling also supports the ‘vintage industrial’ decorating trend we see emerging. Think Restoration Hardware,” says Kostyna.

The Kostyna family at Northern Sky Developments find inspiration from architectural duo Greene and Greene for many of their spectacular awardwinning designs. Photos by Pete Lawrence Photography

N e w R o ck D e v e l o p m e n t s

Customer feedback and the location of the house can play a significant role in the design of a new build, according to New Rock president and CEO Cam Ens.

Cam Ens, president and CEO of New Rock Developments says inspiration can come from a variety of sources. First and foremost the location of the property can play a significant role in the design and layout. “Inspiration is derived from the environment that surrounds our developments. Every city, and indeed every community within that city, has its own unique character,” notes Ens. A house in the new subdivision in Kensington may look very different from a house in Rosewood. Ens adds he also loves to visit homes in other communities to see what’s trending. He also uses the internet to stay on top of new innovations and cutting edge design. As a leader in providing entry level housing, Ens says they focus on efficient use of

space – making sure every square foot is used effectively. This requires careful attention to detail in each build. Ens says it also means listening carefully to clients who’ve purchased their homes for ways to improve their product. “A primary contributing factor is feedback from our customers on the features and elements that they liked in the homes they have purchased from us plus suggestions on other things that they indicate would be a nice addition to their home.” The feedback they’ve received from customers has inspired different elements of designs in their new show homes. “We also highly value feedback from our customers, which has led us to incorporate a more open plan design with greater form and function and more gathering space.”

Photos courtesy New Rock Developments

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INSPIRES co ntinued from page 30

Northern Sky Developments As a custom home builder, it’s not surprising when Zak Kostyna of Northern Sky Developments says most of their design ideas come from their clients. “We show them pictures of past projects and our design library, but also reach out to internet resources where ideas can be easily found and shared,” says Kostyna. “We really encourage them to come up with as many pictures as they can, and then incorporate as many of their unique ideas as the budget allows. Nobody has an unlimited budget, so we find ways to include the key design needs in one way or another.” Like many other builders the Kostyna family travels frequently and they make note of the architecture and trends in other cities. “It might sound weird, but when we come back from a trip, for every picture of smiling family, friends or adventure, there seem to be as many or more of terrific architecture, outstanding homes, or little architectural details.”

Kostyna credits the family’s globe-trotting for the Asian, Latin and European influences that turn up in their designs. “We often put up new and interesting ideas on our Facebook page, sometimes even just downright weird ones! If we get a lot of likes on something, we know we should be thinking about incorporating those things in our designs,” notes Kostyna. The award-winning home builder is known for the use of wood and other natural products in their spectacular houses. While modern building materials are intended to be quick and easy, the products make it a challenge to add character to a space. “We’ve really been inspired by the architecture of Greene and Greene, who kindled the ‘arts and crafts’ style in California in the early 20th century. Their styling also supports the ‘vintage industrial’ decorating trend we see emerging. Think Restoration Hardware,” says Kostyna.

The Kostyna family at Northern Sky Developments find inspiration from architectural duo Greene and Greene for many of their spectacular awardwinning designs. Photos by Pete Lawrence Photography

N e w R o ck D e v e l o p m e n t s

Customer feedback and the location of the house can play a significant role in the design of a new build, according to New Rock president and CEO Cam Ens.

Cam Ens, president and CEO of New Rock Developments says inspiration can come from a variety of sources. First and foremost the location of the property can play a significant role in the design and layout. “Inspiration is derived from the environment that surrounds our developments. Every city, and indeed every community within that city, has its own unique character,” notes Ens. A house in the new subdivision in Kensington may look very different from a house in Rosewood. Ens adds he also loves to visit homes in other communities to see what’s trending. He also uses the internet to stay on top of new innovations and cutting edge design. As a leader in providing entry level housing, Ens says they focus on efficient use of

space – making sure every square foot is used effectively. This requires careful attention to detail in each build. Ens says it also means listening carefully to clients who’ve purchased their homes for ways to improve their product. “A primary contributing factor is feedback from our customers on the features and elements that they liked in the homes they have purchased from us plus suggestions on other things that they indicate would be a nice addition to their home.” The feedback they’ve received from customers has inspired different elements of designs in their new show homes. “We also highly value feedback from our customers, which has led us to incorporate a more open plan design with greater form and function and more gathering space.”

Photos courtesy New Rock Developments

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IMPROVE YOUR VIEW

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Nothing completes a room like a welldressed window. Window dressings dictate the style, feel and ambiance of a space. As Kaesir Istifo, owner of GT Flooring & Custom Drapery Shoppe explains, the styles and colours are endless. In the flooring business since 1990, Istifo added window treatments to GT Flooring’s design portfolio with the purchase of Custom Drapery Shoppe in the fall of 2013. GT Flooring is now able to provide its customers with a complete decor service. “We always needed to add window treatments to our line since they go hand-in-hand with what we do – decorating and colour treatment,” says Istifo. Specializing in the industry-leading Hunter Douglas line, the Saskatoon shop’s selection of window fashions ranges from sheers and honeycomb shades to shutters and blinds. A style leader for over six decades, Hunter Douglas offers an unrivalled selection of fabrics, colours and materials. “There are 200 to 300 different styles. The sky’s the limit!” says Istifo. “You can mix and match whatever you want, mixing hardware and fabric to suit your style.” Hunter Douglas recently earned its 13th Product of the Year Award from the Window Covering Manufacturers’ Association. This year’s win was for Hunter Douglas’ motorized window treatments. Virtually every type of window treatment offered by Hunter Douglas can be outfitted with a motorized system. These technologies can raise and lower blinds or shades; adjust or rotate vanes and louvers; or move window coverings from side to side. The motorized systems can be controlled with ‘point-and-shoot’ remotes; hard-wired and controlled with elegant wall switches; or even interfaced with Apple mobile devices. With the Platinum App, window coverings can be raised or lowered with a quick tap on the screen of your mobile device.

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Istifo suggests the Signature Collection for those looking to purchase top of the line window fashions. “There’s a huge variety of new fabrics and the high end motorized Alustra line – there aren’t many dealers in Saskatoon carrying that line.” Technology is redefining window treatments in many ways, says Istifo. “Technology improves over time and they’re really getting creative with the colours and fabrics they use.” Some fabrics can even be classified as energy saving – keeping heat inside in the winter and out in the summer. Just one example is the new Duette Architella Trielle honeycomb shade which can reduce heat loss through a window by up to 45 per cent and solar heat gain by up to 80 per cent. Today’s new houses boast larger windows for dramatic effect and improved illumination with natural light. Products such as Vignette® Traversed® with Vertiglide® Modern Roman Shades would work well with these windows, allowing sunlight in while providing energy efficiency. Hunter Douglas’ sheer fabric line, Sheer Magic, is

also a hit, offering both light and privacy. Hunter Douglas has identified the colour of the year for 2014 as Dazzling Blue - a deep shade of blue that is modern and energizing. White with wood is also a popular look, matching white-painted trim with wood shutters. Elegant damask fabrics are making a comeback as well. A visit to GT Flooring’s showroom will open your eyes to the latest trends in window fashions. “Our sales people are Hunter Douglas-trained and installers are also certified with Hunter Douglas,” explains Istifo. Hunter Douglas products come with a lifetime limited warranty against manufacturing defects. Don’t stare out the window wondering what to do – book an in-home consultation! Istifo’s staff will be on site within a week of the booking. Once the selection has been determined, a quote is prepared the next day. “We can have windows up and running within two weeks of being at your house,” says Istifo. GT Flooring and Custom Drapery Shoppe is located at 13 - 705 Central Avenue in Saskatoon. LS

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IMPROVE YOUR VIEW

b y J a ck i e B l a k e ly P HOTO S C OURTE S Y O F HUNTER D OU G L A S C ANA D A

Nothing completes a room like a welldressed window. Window dressings dictate the style, feel and ambiance of a space. As Kaesir Istifo, owner of GT Flooring & Custom Drapery Shoppe explains, the styles and colours are endless. In the flooring business since 1990, Istifo added window treatments to GT Flooring’s design portfolio with the purchase of Custom Drapery Shoppe in the fall of 2013. GT Flooring is now able to provide its customers with a complete decor service. “We always needed to add window treatments to our line since they go hand-in-hand with what we do – decorating and colour treatment,” says Istifo. Specializing in the industry-leading Hunter Douglas line, the Saskatoon shop’s selection of window fashions ranges from sheers and honeycomb shades to shutters and blinds. A style leader for over six decades, Hunter Douglas offers an unrivalled selection of fabrics, colours and materials. “There are 200 to 300 different styles. The sky’s the limit!” says Istifo. “You can mix and match whatever you want, mixing hardware and fabric to suit your style.” Hunter Douglas recently earned its 13th Product of the Year Award from the Window Covering Manufacturers’ Association. This year’s win was for Hunter Douglas’ motorized window treatments. Virtually every type of window treatment offered by Hunter Douglas can be outfitted with a motorized system. These technologies can raise and lower blinds or shades; adjust or rotate vanes and louvers; or move window coverings from side to side. The motorized systems can be controlled with ‘point-and-shoot’ remotes; hard-wired and controlled with elegant wall switches; or even interfaced with Apple mobile devices. With the Platinum App, window coverings can be raised or lowered with a quick tap on the screen of your mobile device.

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Istifo suggests the Signature Collection for those looking to purchase top of the line window fashions. “There’s a huge variety of new fabrics and the high end motorized Alustra line – there aren’t many dealers in Saskatoon carrying that line.” Technology is redefining window treatments in many ways, says Istifo. “Technology improves over time and they’re really getting creative with the colours and fabrics they use.” Some fabrics can even be classified as energy saving – keeping heat inside in the winter and out in the summer. Just one example is the new Duette Architella Trielle honeycomb shade which can reduce heat loss through a window by up to 45 per cent and solar heat gain by up to 80 per cent. Today’s new houses boast larger windows for dramatic effect and improved illumination with natural light. Products such as Vignette® Traversed® with Vertiglide® Modern Roman Shades would work well with these windows, allowing sunlight in while providing energy efficiency. Hunter Douglas’ sheer fabric line, Sheer Magic, is

also a hit, offering both light and privacy. Hunter Douglas has identified the colour of the year for 2014 as Dazzling Blue - a deep shade of blue that is modern and energizing. White with wood is also a popular look, matching white-painted trim with wood shutters. Elegant damask fabrics are making a comeback as well. A visit to GT Flooring’s showroom will open your eyes to the latest trends in window fashions. “Our sales people are Hunter Douglas-trained and installers are also certified with Hunter Douglas,” explains Istifo. Hunter Douglas products come with a lifetime limited warranty against manufacturing defects. Don’t stare out the window wondering what to do – book an in-home consultation! Istifo’s staff will be on site within a week of the booking. Once the selection has been determined, a quote is prepared the next day. “We can have windows up and running within two weeks of being at your house,” says Istifo. GT Flooring and Custom Drapery Shoppe is located at 13 - 705 Central Avenue in Saskatoon. LS

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Andrew & JILAIRE Wagner Maison Fine Homes 106 Pritchard Crescent (306) 242-3653

Email: build@maisonfinehomes.ca www.maisonfinehomes.ca Q. We are thinking of building a new home with some energy efficient features, but want to spend the minimum amount to get the best value. Where do you recommend we focus our budget? A. You will get the most performance out of your home by investing in insulation. We recommend starting with insulation because it reduces heat loss from the home, allows the furnace and other appliances to be sized smaller and to work less, and improves the overall comfort of the home for the life of the house, not just the life of the appliance. By investing a few extra thousand dollars into your home’s shell, you will improve performance and reduce energy consumption. Here’s what we suggest can be done for a smaller investment: • Install a minimum of R50 in your attic.

• Use closed cell spray foam for the rim joists. Rim joists are notoriously hard to insulate properly and spray foam is the most effective way to seal up the leakiest part of the home. The same is true for spaces above the garage and overhangs.

• Insulate your basement with a minimum of R20 (20-30% of a home’s heat can be lost through an uninsulated basement). • Install rigid foam insulation under your basement slab. A concrete slab draws the heat out of your home on a continuous basis. Installing foam insulation between the concrete and the ground breaks the heat transfer, keeping your home warmer. A larger investment, but one that is equally important, relates to the approach used in insulating the walls. Typical wall insulation is R20. We recommend increasing this by using one of the following techniques:

• Build an additional 2x4 wall on your exterior. Offset the 2x4s to reduce the direct heat transfer through the wood to the exterior. Insulate the 2x6 wall with R20 as usual, and insulate the 2x4 with R12 batts. You achieve R32 plus the performance will be significantly greater than a traditional 2x6 wall as you have eliminated much of the heat transfer that occurs through the wood frame due to thermal bridging.

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• Consider installing closed cell spray foam insulation on the entire wall system and/or attic. This is the ultimate in energy efficiency, both because of its sealing properties and R value. LS

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Andrew & JILAIRE Wagner Maison Fine Homes 106 Pritchard Crescent (306) 242-3653

Email: build@maisonfinehomes.ca www.maisonfinehomes.ca Q. We are thinking of building a new home with some energy efficient features, but want to spend the minimum amount to get the best value. Where do you recommend we focus our budget? A. You will get the most performance out of your home by investing in insulation. We recommend starting with insulation because it reduces heat loss from the home, allows the furnace and other appliances to be sized smaller and to work less, and improves the overall comfort of the home for the life of the house, not just the life of the appliance. By investing a few extra thousand dollars into your home’s shell, you will improve performance and reduce energy consumption. Here’s what we suggest can be done for a smaller investment: • Install a minimum of R50 in your attic.

• Use closed cell spray foam for the rim joists. Rim joists are notoriously hard to insulate properly and spray foam is the most effective way to seal up the leakiest part of the home. The same is true for spaces above the garage and overhangs.

• Insulate your basement with a minimum of R20 (20-30% of a home’s heat can be lost through an uninsulated basement). • Install rigid foam insulation under your basement slab. A concrete slab draws the heat out of your home on a continuous basis. Installing foam insulation between the concrete and the ground breaks the heat transfer, keeping your home warmer. A larger investment, but one that is equally important, relates to the approach used in insulating the walls. Typical wall insulation is R20. We recommend increasing this by using one of the following techniques:

• Build an additional 2x4 wall on your exterior. Offset the 2x4s to reduce the direct heat transfer through the wood to the exterior. Insulate the 2x6 wall with R20 as usual, and insulate the 2x4 with R12 batts. You achieve R32 plus the performance will be significantly greater than a traditional 2x6 wall as you have eliminated much of the heat transfer that occurs through the wood frame due to thermal bridging.

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• Consider installing closed cell spray foam insulation on the entire wall system and/or attic. This is the ultimate in energy efficiency, both because of its sealing properties and R value. LS

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Email: Charlene@frescointeriors.ca www.frescointeriors.ca

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Q. What one design element can make the biggest impact won the ambiance of a new home? A. No design element can affect a home so dramatically than LIGHTING! Lighting transforms rooms by adding interesting shadows. It showers pools of light on artwork, while its soft glow creates a scalloped effect on upper cabinets. It offers warm inviting rays in entryways and interesting wall-washing effects in hallways. Each layer adds a sense of intimacy. Without proper lighting, even the most spectacular architecture and artwork will be bland and mundane. Ninety-five per cent of all floor plans have areas of insufficient lighting. A builder’s basic floor plan can be instantly transformed by selecting the right light fixtures, knowing where to position lighting and choosing the correct wattage. Q. Where should lighting be installed in great rooms? A. Start by establishing your focal points. Where do you want your eye to be drawn? When done right, lighting functions as a beautifully tuned instrument, creating a perfect composition of light, layers and flow. Consider gimble lighting over the fireplace to allow for directional heads, complemented by a series of sculptural wall sconces measured to fit pre-determined artwork. Select undercabinet lighting for floating shelf areas. If your great room has high ceilings, consider a centralized large-scale hanging fixture to accentuate your selected style. Add a series of directional recessed down lights – installed 14 to 20 inches from the wall, spaced 18 to 24 inches apart – to create interesting wallwashing beams of light. If recessed lighting is positioned further from the wall, you may lose this effect. Q. DOES my floor plan haVE sufficient lighting? A. Certain rooms require more task lighting than others, including bathrooms, kitchens, walk-in closets, pantries and offices. Main areas such as living rooms, hallways, media rooms and dining call for ambient lighting. This Lighting Requirement Formula can help you plan the right schematic. First, multiply the length of the room by the width to calculate the total area. Multiply the area by 1.75 to determine the total wattage you will need to light the space. For example: If your great room is 14 feet wide and 20 feet long, the total area is 280 square feet. Multiply 280 x 1.75 = 490. According to the formula, you will need 490 watts of total light to efficiently light your space. Divide this area into 60-watt recessed potlights. (8 potlights x 60 watts = 480) You may wish to add wall sconces on a dimmer switch to accentuate ambient lighting. If you have a 10 to 14-foot ceiling, consider a sculptural central hanging pendant to define your style. Lighting is the reflective jewelry of the room. Look for statement pieces to make your room sparkle! LS

www.majesticcabinets.ca S a s k a t c h e w a n ’ s e x c l u s i v e d i s t r i b u t o r o f M U R P H Y WA L L B E D S ®

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FRESCO INTERIORS DESIGN GROUP #40-710 CYNTHIA STREET (306) 933-3200

Email: Charlene@frescointeriors.ca www.frescointeriors.ca

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Q. What one design element can make the biggest impact won the ambiance of a new home? A. No design element can affect a home so dramatically than LIGHTING! Lighting transforms rooms by adding interesting shadows. It showers pools of light on artwork, while its soft glow creates a scalloped effect on upper cabinets. It offers warm inviting rays in entryways and interesting wall-washing effects in hallways. Each layer adds a sense of intimacy. Without proper lighting, even the most spectacular architecture and artwork will be bland and mundane. Ninety-five per cent of all floor plans have areas of insufficient lighting. A builder’s basic floor plan can be instantly transformed by selecting the right light fixtures, knowing where to position lighting and choosing the correct wattage. Q. Where should lighting be installed in great rooms? A. Start by establishing your focal points. Where do you want your eye to be drawn? When done right, lighting functions as a beautifully tuned instrument, creating a perfect composition of light, layers and flow. Consider gimble lighting over the fireplace to allow for directional heads, complemented by a series of sculptural wall sconces measured to fit pre-determined artwork. Select undercabinet lighting for floating shelf areas. If your great room has high ceilings, consider a centralized large-scale hanging fixture to accentuate your selected style. Add a series of directional recessed down lights – installed 14 to 20 inches from the wall, spaced 18 to 24 inches apart – to create interesting wallwashing beams of light. If recessed lighting is positioned further from the wall, you may lose this effect. Q. DOES my floor plan haVE sufficient lighting? A. Certain rooms require more task lighting than others, including bathrooms, kitchens, walk-in closets, pantries and offices. Main areas such as living rooms, hallways, media rooms and dining call for ambient lighting. This Lighting Requirement Formula can help you plan the right schematic. First, multiply the length of the room by the width to calculate the total area. Multiply the area by 1.75 to determine the total wattage you will need to light the space. For example: If your great room is 14 feet wide and 20 feet long, the total area is 280 square feet. Multiply 280 x 1.75 = 490. According to the formula, you will need 490 watts of total light to efficiently light your space. Divide this area into 60-watt recessed potlights. (8 potlights x 60 watts = 480) You may wish to add wall sconces on a dimmer switch to accentuate ambient lighting. If you have a 10 to 14-foot ceiling, consider a sculptural central hanging pendant to define your style. Lighting is the reflective jewelry of the room. Look for statement pieces to make your room sparkle! LS

www.majesticcabinets.ca S a s k a t c h e w a n ’ s e x c l u s i v e d i s t r i b u t o r o f M U R P H Y WA L L B E D S ®

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“ P a i n t i n g y o u r c a b i n e t s c a n g i v e y o u a q u i c k , f re s h c h a n g e for a mid-range price.” Murray Cressman, Majestic Cabinets

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The kitchen is the heart of most homes, a place where families and friends gather and enjoy each other’s company. It is also one of the areas of the home that is most often renovated, as popular looks and options for your kitchen are always changing. According to Murray Cressman, owner of Majestic Cabinets in Saskatoon, this spring’s trends for cabinets is “light and airy,” while designs that promote “clean lines” are also popular. Cressman says these looks are achieved “with a heavy emphasis on grey tones, bringing in accent colours with a backsplash or even with your appliances.” He explains that “a modern, industrial, high gloss look is also trending this spring, a high gloss look that is sleek and clean. For woods, look for a more natural or rustic look and accent that with high gloss top cabinets. There will be less abrasion to the glossy look if you use the high gloss products higher up.” As well, Cressman says that “quartz countertops are also big this spring, and they are a good choice if you are looking for long-term quality.” 44

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Cressman says that this modern design is replacing “the more bulky, substantial look of a few years ago. Raised panel doors are being replaced by the sleek look. Unless you have a log cabin, using oak or natural maple woods are going to look more dated.” If you are looking for a quick change for your kitchen, Cressman suggests looking at painted finishes for your cabinets. “Painting your cabinets can give you a quick, fresh change for a mid-range price. You can get a new colour or go for a distressed look for your flat-front cabinets.” If you are thinking about re-doing your kitchen, Cressman says there are several things to take into consideration. “You need to think about what kind of lifestyle you lead. How often do you use your kitchen? Do you have kids or pets? What do you want your home to look like?”

To prepare for your first consultation, Cressman says it is really helpful to the designer if you come with an idea of “what kind of appliances you want. This is a really important first step for us to work from. If you can come with some rough measurements as well, that is also good information to have.” Cressman adds that Majestic has a “free measuring service. We will send our person out at least twice to take measurements.” He says you can expect to meet with the designer “around three times before the renos start – once to initialize details, once to review them and then once to finalize everything.” Cressman further adds that kitchens are “very customizable to your preferences and lifestyle, and our designers are happy to work with you to achieve your look.” Majestic has some tips for looking after your cabinets, including keeping harsh clean-

ing chemicals from coming into contact with your countertops and finishes. Avoid putting damp cloths on your cabinet doors, as this can damage your finish. Of course, do not use abrasive tools like steel wool or powdered cleaners, and try to avoid having appliances like coffee makers or kettles directly on or underneath your cabinets. Don’t use waxes or polishes. It is also best to not use your dish rag to clean your cabinet surfaces, as it contains grease and soap. For the best outcome, Majestic recommends using a soft, lint-free cloth with simple warm water and mild soap, followed immediately with wiping your cabinets dry with a clean cloth. To see examples of their kitchens, bathrooms or Murphy beds, or to arrange a consultation with their design staff to discuss re-vamping your kitchen, go to www.majesticcabinets.ca. LS

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CUSTOM CRAFTED HOMES FOR EVERY BUDGET

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“ P a i n t i n g y o u r c a b i n e t s c a n g i v e y o u a q u i c k , f re s h c h a n g e for a mid-range price.” Murray Cressman, Majestic Cabinets

Perfection FINISHED TO

The kitchen is the heart of most homes, a place where families and friends gather and enjoy each other’s company. It is also one of the areas of the home that is most often renovated, as popular looks and options for your kitchen are always changing. According to Murray Cressman, owner of Majestic Cabinets in Saskatoon, this spring’s trends for cabinets is “light and airy,” while designs that promote “clean lines” are also popular. Cressman says these looks are achieved “with a heavy emphasis on grey tones, bringing in accent colours with a backsplash or even with your appliances.” He explains that “a modern, industrial, high gloss look is also trending this spring, a high gloss look that is sleek and clean. For woods, look for a more natural or rustic look and accent that with high gloss top cabinets. There will be less abrasion to the glossy look if you use the high gloss products higher up.” As well, Cressman says that “quartz countertops are also big this spring, and they are a good choice if you are looking for long-term quality.” 44

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Cressman says that this modern design is replacing “the more bulky, substantial look of a few years ago. Raised panel doors are being replaced by the sleek look. Unless you have a log cabin, using oak or natural maple woods are going to look more dated.” If you are looking for a quick change for your kitchen, Cressman suggests looking at painted finishes for your cabinets. “Painting your cabinets can give you a quick, fresh change for a mid-range price. You can get a new colour or go for a distressed look for your flat-front cabinets.” If you are thinking about re-doing your kitchen, Cressman says there are several things to take into consideration. “You need to think about what kind of lifestyle you lead. How often do you use your kitchen? Do you have kids or pets? What do you want your home to look like?”

To prepare for your first consultation, Cressman says it is really helpful to the designer if you come with an idea of “what kind of appliances you want. This is a really important first step for us to work from. If you can come with some rough measurements as well, that is also good information to have.” Cressman adds that Majestic has a “free measuring service. We will send our person out at least twice to take measurements.” He says you can expect to meet with the designer “around three times before the renos start – once to initialize details, once to review them and then once to finalize everything.” Cressman further adds that kitchens are “very customizable to your preferences and lifestyle, and our designers are happy to work with you to achieve your look.” Majestic has some tips for looking after your cabinets, including keeping harsh clean-

ing chemicals from coming into contact with your countertops and finishes. Avoid putting damp cloths on your cabinet doors, as this can damage your finish. Of course, do not use abrasive tools like steel wool or powdered cleaners, and try to avoid having appliances like coffee makers or kettles directly on or underneath your cabinets. Don’t use waxes or polishes. It is also best to not use your dish rag to clean your cabinet surfaces, as it contains grease and soap. For the best outcome, Majestic recommends using a soft, lint-free cloth with simple warm water and mild soap, followed immediately with wiping your cabinets dry with a clean cloth. To see examples of their kitchens, bathrooms or Murphy beds, or to arrange a consultation with their design staff to discuss re-vamping your kitchen, go to www.majesticcabinets.ca. LS

P HOTO S C OURTE S Y O F Majestic cabinets

CUSTOM CRAFTED HOMES FOR EVERY BUDGET

MCKERCHER LLP BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS

Solid Legal Advice real.estate@mckercher.ca mckercher.ca

CALL US TODAY: 306.931.0999 • www.northernsky.ca ACREAGES • SASKATOON • MARTENSVILLE • WARMAN

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R & D Fraser Homes Ltd.

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TOP: After starting out doing framing and finishing work, Clay and Tory Fraser are now in management roles in their father’s company, R & D Fraser Homes. They hope to keep the company a family-run business for generations to come. Photo by Jeff Lyons/StarPhoenix BOTTOM: Started in 1996 by Robert and Darlene Fraser, R & D Fraser Homes has won numerous Bridges Awards, as well as the Diamond Service Award with the Saskatchewan New Home Warranty Program. Photo supplied by R & D Fraser Homes

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In the spring of 1996, Robert and Darlene Fraser built their first show home on Laycoe Court in the brand new subdivision of Silverspring. They’d incorporated R & D Fraser Homes earlier that year. Robert continued to work with CN Rail to support their new enterprise, but it only took a couple of years until business was booming and Robert was building houses full time. “Things took off kind of quickly for him,” notes son Clay Fraser. The second year of business, Fraser Homes built 12 homes. In 1999, the City of Saskatoon asked Fraser Homes to participate in a parade of show homes in Silverspring. In order to participate a builder had to be a member of the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association. Clay says membership gave their company several advantages over competitors.

“We reaped a lot of benefits by being a member of the Association,” Clay explains. “It helps just being up-to-date with different aspects of the industry. I think it might give our clients confidence to know that they’re protected from some of the smaller builders or fly-by-night builders that come into the city.” The Frasers also appreciate being part of the Association and the charitable causes they champion – such as the annual Children’s Hospital Parade of Homes. In addition to being a member of the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association, Fraser Homes is also a member of the Saskatchewan New Home Warranty Program and has received the Diamond Service Award from them. Over the past 18 years, Clay and his brother, Tory, became more and more involved in

the business, starting with framing and finishing tasks. Tory now serves as site manager and Clay as general manager. Now the company averages between 60 and 80 homes a year – including single and multi-family homes. Keeping the business flourishing for future generations of the Fraser family is a top priority for Clay. “We’re a family-run business (and want to) keep that for generations to come as well for my son and my brother’s sons,” Clay comments. “We don’t have a five-year plan like some other companies do. For us it’s just taking care of each client that comes through the door.” While they are Saskatoon’s third largest builder, they have no sights on becoming number one. Their goal is to retain their reputation of “showing honesty, quality and having outstanding service for our clients… The number one thing in any industry is showing that you care about your product and that you are there to look after your clients.” Fraser Homes has never missed a possession date. Many of the trades people and suppliers have had ties to the company since the very beginning. This reduces delays during construction. Recently, Fraser Homes expanded into condo projects. Dawson Estates in Hampton Village is their third condominium project and the company plans to continue with a mixture of single family and multifamily projects. “We’re trying to do a (condo) project a year, if possible, if we can find land available to do that,” says Clay. “We have a lot of repeat customers. One of the best advertising you can get is word of mouth and referral from your previous clients,” says Clay. “We build everything from a starter home to an executive style home that you’d see in Greenbryre Estates. And it doesn’t matter which house we’re building – the same quality goes into every home that we build.” This year Fraser Homes will be part of a builder parade in Kensington in July, but there are still lots available in all the new areas of the city: Evergreen, Rosewood, The Meadows and Greenbryre Estates. LS

In addition to their commitment to quality products and excellent customer service, after 18 years in business Fraser Homes has never missed a possession date. Photo supplied by R & D Fraser Homes

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R & D Fraser Homes Ltd.

committed to quality b y J e n n i f e r J a c o b y- S m i t h

TOP: After starting out doing framing and finishing work, Clay and Tory Fraser are now in management roles in their father’s company, R & D Fraser Homes. They hope to keep the company a family-run business for generations to come. Photo by Jeff Lyons/StarPhoenix BOTTOM: Started in 1996 by Robert and Darlene Fraser, R & D Fraser Homes has won numerous Bridges Awards, as well as the Diamond Service Award with the Saskatchewan New Home Warranty Program. Photo supplied by R & D Fraser Homes

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In the spring of 1996, Robert and Darlene Fraser built their first show home on Laycoe Court in the brand new subdivision of Silverspring. They’d incorporated R & D Fraser Homes earlier that year. Robert continued to work with CN Rail to support their new enterprise, but it only took a couple of years until business was booming and Robert was building houses full time. “Things took off kind of quickly for him,” notes son Clay Fraser. The second year of business, Fraser Homes built 12 homes. In 1999, the City of Saskatoon asked Fraser Homes to participate in a parade of show homes in Silverspring. In order to participate a builder had to be a member of the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association. Clay says membership gave their company several advantages over competitors.

“We reaped a lot of benefits by being a member of the Association,” Clay explains. “It helps just being up-to-date with different aspects of the industry. I think it might give our clients confidence to know that they’re protected from some of the smaller builders or fly-by-night builders that come into the city.” The Frasers also appreciate being part of the Association and the charitable causes they champion – such as the annual Children’s Hospital Parade of Homes. In addition to being a member of the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association, Fraser Homes is also a member of the Saskatchewan New Home Warranty Program and has received the Diamond Service Award from them. Over the past 18 years, Clay and his brother, Tory, became more and more involved in

the business, starting with framing and finishing tasks. Tory now serves as site manager and Clay as general manager. Now the company averages between 60 and 80 homes a year – including single and multi-family homes. Keeping the business flourishing for future generations of the Fraser family is a top priority for Clay. “We’re a family-run business (and want to) keep that for generations to come as well for my son and my brother’s sons,” Clay comments. “We don’t have a five-year plan like some other companies do. For us it’s just taking care of each client that comes through the door.” While they are Saskatoon’s third largest builder, they have no sights on becoming number one. Their goal is to retain their reputation of “showing honesty, quality and having outstanding service for our clients… The number one thing in any industry is showing that you care about your product and that you are there to look after your clients.” Fraser Homes has never missed a possession date. Many of the trades people and suppliers have had ties to the company since the very beginning. This reduces delays during construction. Recently, Fraser Homes expanded into condo projects. Dawson Estates in Hampton Village is their third condominium project and the company plans to continue with a mixture of single family and multifamily projects. “We’re trying to do a (condo) project a year, if possible, if we can find land available to do that,” says Clay. “We have a lot of repeat customers. One of the best advertising you can get is word of mouth and referral from your previous clients,” says Clay. “We build everything from a starter home to an executive style home that you’d see in Greenbryre Estates. And it doesn’t matter which house we’re building – the same quality goes into every home that we build.” This year Fraser Homes will be part of a builder parade in Kensington in July, but there are still lots available in all the new areas of the city: Evergreen, Rosewood, The Meadows and Greenbryre Estates. LS

In addition to their commitment to quality products and excellent customer service, after 18 years in business Fraser Homes has never missed a possession date. Photo supplied by R & D Fraser Homes

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Spend Less, to get More, Much More! Purchase in Greenbryre and you get MORE Lot for your money! Hurry Choose your lot today and plan your home for spring! Few golf course backing lots remain!

Huge 1/2 to 3/4 ACRE Lots! Largest lots around!

• • • •

Culinary Dream Walkout bungalow with over 3,800 sq. ft. of developed space backing the Greenbryre Golf Course bursting with functionality, quality and taste.

Minutes to downtown Concrete roads! Independent water system! Walk to Golf and Dine!

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BUILT ON EXPERIENCE! Established in 1977, D & S Develop Developments opme is a family-owned with company that has grown in step w it Saskatchewan. Founded by Dennis Slater, D & S Ho Homes began by building four or five houses a year. Today, they the are recognized as one of the city’s premier builders and a lleading land developer. Sons Duane, Derrick and Troy have leadership roles and are committed to carrying on the D & S tradition of excellence. D & S designs and builds a diverse range of homes at different price points, each reflecting the company’s commitment to outstanding quality and advanced building technologies. “Custom designed homes are our specialty,” says vice-president Duane Slater. D & S doesn’t just build houses, they also build communities! Active as land developers since 1992, D & S has established itself in such communities as Casa Rio, South Point Estates, Mission Ridge Estates and Discovery Ridge. D & S currently has two new communities on offer in the Saskatoon region. Marten’s Estates in Martensville is now in its final phase, distinguished by its affordable, larger-sized lots.

The second is Greenbryre Estates, with sprawling halfacre lots and incomparable golf-course views. Greenbryre Estates is considered one of Canada’s most progressive neighbourhoods, surrounding a unique format golf course which will re-open in mid-May. Even the subdivision’s concrete roads are innovative, selected for improved durability and curb appeal. Several years ago, D & S Developments expanded into the Regina market. D & S has just launched its fifth subdivision in Regina: Spruce Creek Estates, with estate lots backing onto a man-made creek. The family-owned company is strongly anchored to the community. D & S is a proud supporter of STARS Air Ambulance in Saskatchewan. “In 2014, we are once again building STARS Air Ambulance Lottery Homes in both Saskatoon and Regina,” says Duane. “This is our third year with STARS. It’s a great cause!” To view D & S Developments’ latest show homes and available lots, visit www.dshomes.ca.

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OUR FAMILY, BUILDIN BUILDING NG FOR YOUR FAMILY

BUILT ON EXPERIENCE! Established in 1977, D & S Develop Developments opme is a family-owned with company that has grown in step w it Saskatchewan. Founded by Dennis Slater, D & S Ho Homes began by building four or five houses a year. Today, they the are recognized as one of the city’s premier builders and a lleading land developer. Sons Duane, Derrick and Troy have leadership roles and are committed to carrying on the D & S tradition of excellence. D & S designs and builds a diverse range of homes at different price points, each reflecting the company’s commitment to outstanding quality and advanced building technologies. “Custom designed homes are our specialty,” says vice-president Duane Slater. D & S doesn’t just build houses, they also build communities! Active as land developers since 1992, D & S has established itself in such communities as Casa Rio, South Point Estates, Mission Ridge Estates and Discovery Ridge. D & S currently has two new communities on offer in the Saskatoon region. Marten’s Estates in Martensville is now in its final phase, distinguished by its affordable, larger-sized lots.

The second is Greenbryre Estates, with sprawling halfacre lots and incomparable golf-course views. Greenbryre Estates is considered one of Canada’s most progressive neighbourhoods, surrounding a unique format golf course which will re-open in mid-May. Even the subdivision’s concrete roads are innovative, selected for improved durability and curb appeal. Several years ago, D & S Developments expanded into the Regina market. D & S has just launched its fifth subdivision in Regina: Spruce Creek Estates, with estate lots backing onto a man-made creek. The family-owned company is strongly anchored to the community. D & S is a proud supporter of STARS Air Ambulance in Saskatchewan. “In 2014, we are once again building STARS Air Ambulance Lottery Homes in both Saskatoon and Regina,” says Duane. “This is our third year with STARS. It’s a great cause!” To view D & S Developments’ latest show homes and available lots, visit www.dshomes.ca.

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Long consigned to unglamorous duty as the repository for household odds and ends, outright junk (and even the occasional vehicle), today’s suburban garage is starting to become valued real estate in the battle for more living space. Home owners have many choices to make that newly appreciated space even more appealing. One such option includes durable, stylish treatments for the concrete floor. Cliff Thiemann offers Slide-Lok Garage Flooring at Saskatoon Custom Garage Interiors Inc., which he owns with Larry and Elaine Westby. The busy shop stocks a wide selection of garage shelving, wall storage options and even ‘man-cave’ accoutrements like bar stools and beer keg coolers. But a well-appointed garage begins with the floor treatment. “It’s kind of a ‘wow factor’ after someone sees a garage we’ve done,” says Thiemann. “People can also see it in our showroom,

which is done up like a garage.” The Slide-Lok flooring treatment utilizes a new generation of fast-curing material, called polaspartic. It can be tinted to suit the needs of the home owner, and micro-media agents like quartz and colour chips add a handsome, textured look. “In many cases the garage can be a mancave, but moreover it’s a multi-purpose recreation room,” says Thiemann. “People add TVs and beverage fridges and keg coolers. If you’re only having another couple over it’s fine to stay in the house, but if you’re having a party, then back the cars out, clean the floor and you’ve got another room.” Even if the family garage is never destined to become an entertainment space, that newfound ability to thoroughly clean the concrete floor will really make life easier for woodworking hobbyists and weekend grease monkeys. Applying the floor treatment begins with patching cracks and then diamond grinding

the concrete floor to open up its pores. Thiemann says the preparation of the concrete, and doing any necessary repairs, is just as important as the quality of the finished product. The polyaspartic material is different than just water-based repair material because it penetrates into, and bonds with, the concrete. It actually soaks into the concrete to about one-eighth of an inch, and adds a top coating of about 30 millimetres. The flooring can be applied in one day and is four times stronger than epoxy. It will also not yellow or fade and is UV-, impactand abrasion-resistant. It can be applied at temperatures as low as -29C, though curing

times will increase. But generally you can walk on the floors after four hours and drive on it within 24 hours. “Polyaspartic, after it’s fully cured, is a non-porous product. So gas, diesel, salt, oil and water just sit on top. It protects the concrete and it looks great.” Finishing the edges of the flooring adds even more value to a garage. Speed Cove applied to edges of the floor gives it a nice round finish and adds another level of weather- and pest-proofing to the space while complementing the look of the room. The Speed Cove product is precast in four- or six-inch heights, and is treated at the

same time as the rest of the floor, creating a seamless transition between floor and wall. “Moisture and dirt doesn’t get between your grade beam and your wall and it’s a polymer product so it will never rot or mold,” says Thiemann. And there’s no need to stop at the garage door. The concrete treatment can be used on basements, driveways, walkways, decks, patios, pool decks and steps. Silica can also be added for slip resistance, making treated steps more attractive while improving safety. For more information, check out the company’s website at www.customgarages.ca. LS

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Protect your garage floor from the elements

The Slide-Lok flooring treatment adds style and function to your garage.

Long consigned to unglamorous duty as the repository for household odds and ends, outright junk (and even the occasional vehicle), today’s suburban garage is starting to become valued real estate in the battle for more living space. Home owners have many choices to make that newly appreciated space even more appealing. One such option includes durable, stylish treatments for the concrete floor. Cliff Thiemann offers Slide-Lok Garage Flooring at Saskatoon Custom Garage Interiors Inc., which he owns with Larry and Elaine Westby. The busy shop stocks a wide selection of garage shelving, wall storage options and even ‘man-cave’ accoutrements like bar stools and beer keg coolers. But a well-appointed garage begins with the floor treatment. “It’s kind of a ‘wow factor’ after someone sees a garage we’ve done,” says Thiemann. “People can also see it in our showroom,

which is done up like a garage.” The Slide-Lok flooring treatment utilizes a new generation of fast-curing material, called polaspartic. It can be tinted to suit the needs of the home owner, and micro-media agents like quartz and colour chips add a handsome, textured look. “In many cases the garage can be a mancave, but moreover it’s a multi-purpose recreation room,” says Thiemann. “People add TVs and beverage fridges and keg coolers. If you’re only having another couple over it’s fine to stay in the house, but if you’re having a party, then back the cars out, clean the floor and you’ve got another room.” Even if the family garage is never destined to become an entertainment space, that newfound ability to thoroughly clean the concrete floor will really make life easier for woodworking hobbyists and weekend grease monkeys. Applying the floor treatment begins with patching cracks and then diamond grinding

the concrete floor to open up its pores. Thiemann says the preparation of the concrete, and doing any necessary repairs, is just as important as the quality of the finished product. The polyaspartic material is different than just water-based repair material because it penetrates into, and bonds with, the concrete. It actually soaks into the concrete to about one-eighth of an inch, and adds a top coating of about 30 millimetres. The flooring can be applied in one day and is four times stronger than epoxy. It will also not yellow or fade and is UV-, impactand abrasion-resistant. It can be applied at temperatures as low as -29C, though curing

times will increase. But generally you can walk on the floors after four hours and drive on it within 24 hours. “Polyaspartic, after it’s fully cured, is a non-porous product. So gas, diesel, salt, oil and water just sit on top. It protects the concrete and it looks great.” Finishing the edges of the flooring adds even more value to a garage. Speed Cove applied to edges of the floor gives it a nice round finish and adds another level of weather- and pest-proofing to the space while complementing the look of the room. The Speed Cove product is precast in four- or six-inch heights, and is treated at the

same time as the rest of the floor, creating a seamless transition between floor and wall. “Moisture and dirt doesn’t get between your grade beam and your wall and it’s a polymer product so it will never rot or mold,” says Thiemann. And there’s no need to stop at the garage door. The concrete treatment can be used on basements, driveways, walkways, decks, patios, pool decks and steps. Silica can also be added for slip resistance, making treated steps more attractive while improving safety. For more information, check out the company’s website at www.customgarages.ca. LS

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Nature dominates our outdoor landscapes, and being intentional about bringing it into our gardens is a natural step. Combining the five elements of nature – earth, fire, metal, wood and water – can become a basic organizing principle when considering a landscape design. Incorporating the elements of nature is not a huge leap in landscape design. “That’s naturally where it’s going to go,” says Tom Levy, owner of Vision Landscape and Design. The use and placement of the elements creates balance in the overall design. Vision Landscape has been creating designs in Saskatoon for over ten years. Working as a landscaper motivated Levy to start his own business to improve the quality of residential landscaping. “What we do is more of an art form, it’s not ‘get in, rush, do it, finish it, get paid.’ I think of it as a piece of art once we’re done,” he says. “Earth is best represented by bringing in boulders, stones and even clay pots,” says Levy. The soil itself may be the easiest element to work with since it’s already there, waiting to be formed into the desired contours. “I like giving people their hardscape and initial layout with a few key trees, and then add to it as they see fit,” says Levy. In the layout, curves tend to win out over straight lines.

Although Levy prefers the straight lines, he notes, “there are no straight lines in nature.” Fire has been an element of survival since the dawn of time. As a source of beauty, fire is a spectacular centering feature, drawing all to its hypnotic warmth. Adding a firepit to a strategic location is the simplest way to include the element of fire in your landscape. “If a fire pit is not desired, the effect can also be achieved through choosing brightly coloured plants in orange and red hues,” says Levy. Bring ambience to evening gatherings by lighting up your nightscape with lanterns or candles. The strength and structural impact of metal offers a pleasing contrast to the softer surfaces of grass, plants and leaves in your garden. Metal in a landscape can be artsy or functional, or both. “Bringing metal into a design allows the home owner or landscape designer to add a personal touch to the landscape by adding a favourite metal sculpture or a really cool decorative trellis,” says Levy. Steel planters or furniture create interest in outdoor chat areas, whether it’s stainless steel or metal you’re going to let rust. The element of wood is naturally occurring in the landscape. Wood has a functional C o n t in u ed o n p ag e 58

Strong, Attractive and Comfortable, outdoor wicker furniture from Ebel will turn your outdoor space into a Living Space for family and backyard entertaining. www.ebelinc.com Gould Home Recreation 116 Ave. B North, 306-244-5041 www.gouldhomerec.com

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Backyard fire pits have come-of-age Extend your outdoor season with heat and fire for those cooler evenings while adding design and elegance to your back yard living area with a propane or natural gas fire table. www.designingfire.com Gould Home Recreation 116 Ave. B North, 306-244-5041 www.gouldhomerec.com

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Outdoor Wicker Furniture from Ebel

Combine elements of nature in your landscape

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Nature dominates our outdoor landscapes, and being intentional about bringing it into our gardens is a natural step. Combining the five elements of nature – earth, fire, metal, wood and water – can become a basic organizing principle when considering a landscape design. Incorporating the elements of nature is not a huge leap in landscape design. “That’s naturally where it’s going to go,” says Tom Levy, owner of Vision Landscape and Design. The use and placement of the elements creates balance in the overall design. Vision Landscape has been creating designs in Saskatoon for over ten years. Working as a landscaper motivated Levy to start his own business to improve the quality of residential landscaping. “What we do is more of an art form, it’s not ‘get in, rush, do it, finish it, get paid.’ I think of it as a piece of art once we’re done,” he says. “Earth is best represented by bringing in boulders, stones and even clay pots,” says Levy. The soil itself may be the easiest element to work with since it’s already there, waiting to be formed into the desired contours. “I like giving people their hardscape and initial layout with a few key trees, and then add to it as they see fit,” says Levy. In the layout, curves tend to win out over straight lines.

Although Levy prefers the straight lines, he notes, “there are no straight lines in nature.” Fire has been an element of survival since the dawn of time. As a source of beauty, fire is a spectacular centering feature, drawing all to its hypnotic warmth. Adding a firepit to a strategic location is the simplest way to include the element of fire in your landscape. “If a fire pit is not desired, the effect can also be achieved through choosing brightly coloured plants in orange and red hues,” says Levy. Bring ambience to evening gatherings by lighting up your nightscape with lanterns or candles. The strength and structural impact of metal offers a pleasing contrast to the softer surfaces of grass, plants and leaves in your garden. Metal in a landscape can be artsy or functional, or both. “Bringing metal into a design allows the home owner or landscape designer to add a personal touch to the landscape by adding a favourite metal sculpture or a really cool decorative trellis,” says Levy. Steel planters or furniture create interest in outdoor chat areas, whether it’s stainless steel or metal you’re going to let rust. The element of wood is naturally occurring in the landscape. Wood has a functional C o n t in u ed o n p ag e 58

Strong, Attractive and Comfortable, outdoor wicker furniture from Ebel will turn your outdoor space into a Living Space for family and backyard entertaining. www.ebelinc.com Gould Home Recreation 116 Ave. B North, 306-244-5041 www.gouldhomerec.com

Backyard Living at it’s Best!

Homecrest Quality makes ALL the difference Our outdoor patio furniture collections from Homecrest reflect a variety of styles to suit every decorating flavor. The Homecrest line has been a mainstay at Gold Home Recreation for over 30 years. www.homecrest.com Gould Home Recreation 116 Ave. B North, 306-244-5041 www.gouldhomerec.com

Outdoor Cooking Chef Style The Big Green Egg is designed from an ancient clay cooker called a “Kamada” combines with modern space age ceramic technology to create “the only Outdoor cooker that Chef’s Dream about!” www.biggreenegg.com Gould Home Recreation 116 Ave. B North, 306-244-5041 www.gouldhomerec.com

Backyard fire pits have come-of-age Extend your outdoor season with heat and fire for those cooler evenings while adding design and elegance to your back yard living area with a propane or natural gas fire table. www.designingfire.com Gould Home Recreation 116 Ave. B North, 306-244-5041 www.gouldhomerec.com

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presence through fences, bark mulch and patios. But it also adds a powerful aesthetic presence through structures like pergolas, arbours, gazebos and privacy screens. There are meaningful benefits to having a water feature in your landscape in addition to the visual. “Water brings a life to the garden,” says Levy. “A moving water feature, such as a waterfall or fountain can bring a feeling of tranquility and also be a place for wildlife to meet.” Flowing water releases negative ions which are said to positively influence the immune system and may be mood enhancing. One of the big trends in landscape design right now is low maintenance. “I’d say about 90 per cent of the people that come talk to me are saying I want something very easy to take care of, low maintenance,” says Levy. Another trend is to blend your vegetable garden into your landscape. “There’s a trend into edible plants where you don’t need a specific garden. Beside your patio or up your pergola you could plant some peas or some lettuce. Peppers or other vegetables can be planted in random spots,” says Levy. “Some people plant corn or some wheat just to make

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it more useable space and not have a specific place for a garden that they have to tend to.” Levy likes to help clients uncover and articulate their vision. “Most places I go to they say, ‘I want a really nice yard, I don’t know what I want.’ But that’s not true; everybody knows what they want. It just takes talking with them to bring out their ideas and give It’s no easy feat to make the world’s most believable architectural stone veneer. them exactly what they want,” he says. In the end it’s about personal taste and what works for them. “I tell people, design for your dream yard instead of designing for a budget,” says Levy. The nice thing about his approach is, with a landscape you can start with a scaled back version if necessary and add items as time progresses. If you start by designing for a budget, you may get a yard you don’t really like. There are ways to get something amazing without having gaps in the layout. You don’t need to pack your garden full of shrubs. Less is more in landscaping these days.” Bringing the five elements of nature together in your garden surrounds you with life and energy. Visit www.visionlandscape.ca for more information. LS

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presence through fences, bark mulch and patios. But it also adds a powerful aesthetic presence through structures like pergolas, arbours, gazebos and privacy screens. There are meaningful benefits to having a water feature in your landscape in addition to the visual. “Water brings a life to the garden,” says Levy. “A moving water feature, such as a waterfall or fountain can bring a feeling of tranquility and also be a place for wildlife to meet.” Flowing water releases negative ions which are said to positively influence the immune system and may be mood enhancing. One of the big trends in landscape design right now is low maintenance. “I’d say about 90 per cent of the people that come talk to me are saying I want something very easy to take care of, low maintenance,” says Levy. Another trend is to blend your vegetable garden into your landscape. “There’s a trend into edible plants where you don’t need a specific garden. Beside your patio or up your pergola you could plant some peas or some lettuce. Peppers or other vegetables can be planted in random spots,” says Levy. “Some people plant corn or some wheat just to make

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it more useable space and not have a specific place for a garden that they have to tend to.” Levy likes to help clients uncover and articulate their vision. “Most places I go to they say, ‘I want a really nice yard, I don’t know what I want.’ But that’s not true; everybody knows what they want. It just takes talking with them to bring out their ideas and give It’s no easy feat to make the world’s most believable architectural stone veneer. them exactly what they want,” he says. In the end it’s about personal taste and what works for them. “I tell people, design for your dream yard instead of designing for a budget,” says Levy. The nice thing about his approach is, with a landscape you can start with a scaled back version if necessary and add items as time progresses. If you start by designing for a budget, you may get a yard you don’t really like. There are ways to get something amazing without having gaps in the layout. You don’t need to pack your garden full of shrubs. Less is more in landscaping these days.” Bringing the five elements of nature together in your garden surrounds you with life and energy. Visit www.visionlandscape.ca for more information. LS

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Deciding to super-insulate his home was a moral issue for Andrew McKinlay. The costs involved in retrofitting a home built in the 1960s may have argued against it, but the benefits go beyond mere financial rewards for the Saskatonian. “I feel we need to be taking these steps, even if the economics aren’t there yet. Sooner or later we’re going to have to do these things, and I’d rather be part of the solution than part of the problem,” says McKinlay. So, part of the solution he is. McKinlay contracted Vereco Homes Ltd. to handle the retrofit, which meant analyzing his Richmond Heights bungalow and recommending environmentally-friendly improvements. The plan evolved into stripping off the old vinyl siding – which he recycled by selling it – and sealing the house envelope with a vapour barrier, dubbed xWRAP, and adding eight inches of rigid insulation. “Our gas bills are lower, and the house is warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer,” says McKinlay. The extra insulation in the walls makes the home quieter as well. It’s something he’s noticed because his home is on a bus route. Sterling Summach and Jeff Espeleta, owners of EVCO Developments, are builders accredited to work with Vereco Homes on smart green homes. They are seeing more Saskatoon clients turn to super-insulation to control heating costs and stem energy use. “People are becoming more environmentally-focused,” says Summach. “It’s a point of being a good citizen and being concerned about alternatives. But in the end, it all comes down to payback. People want to

know what the return on investment is going to be to invest in a green technology, and if it makes sense.” Summach says the calculation that has to be made balances energy cost savings over about eight to 10 years. That’s the tipping point for most retrofits, he finds. “We’ve started to see a lot more people super-insulating their houses. You’re looking at an eight-year payback on it, but what they’re essentially doing is limiting their need for a whole lot of gas for a traditional furnace. “A lot of people will elect to go with an electric baseboard heater, but then throw in solar panels as well. So you’re using very little energy to heat your space, and then you’re offsetting by adding solar.” Other green technologies, like harvesting geothermal energy from deep underground for heating and cooling, have a much longer payback period, and are not as popular with his customers. With the xWRAP system, EVCO Developments takes an existing house and basically covers it in anywhere from eight to 12 inches of rigid insulation, creating deeper window boxes and door frames, and then re-siding the building. “We can build it in such a way that once it’s done, you’d never know that the house has been super-insulated. It will look like every other house on the block, it’s just going to be a lot more efficient.” The cost varies, depending on the size of the home and the complexity of the work, but a simple bungalow will start at about $10 per square foot. The siding costs are in addition to that and depend on the client’s choices.

The xWRAP system is all about controlling air movement, says Summach. The external air vapour barrier – a peel and stick system – is almost like putting a whole rubber boot around your house. “In our climate, part of the issue comes with air exchange. If you have a leaky house, the more air exchange you have and the less efficient it’s going to be because you’re exchanging the warm air in your house with the cold air outside, and vice versa in the summer.” Because fresh air is important for health, the system depends on a high efficiency air exchange system that also works as a heat exchanger. In winter, it takes energy from the air, leaving the house to heat the air coming in. It can also regulate the humidity in the house with an optional addition to the system. It also hooks up with the exhaust fans in bathrooms and kitchen. Some clients are getting away from forced air heating altogether, says Summach. He’s noticed a lot more people going toward boiler systems for in-floor heat or for the modern style, highly efficient radiators. “From an efficiency standpoint, the heat transfer coefficient of water is as much as four times higher than forced air,” he says. Summach says that while Saskatchewan is blessed to have lower energy costs than many other parts of the world, it makes converting homes to new technologies a longer process. “There are products that we are sitting on here that are fabulous, but aren’t quite ready yet for our market just because people are still very conscious about that payback time.” The solar option appealed to McKinlay. He added both electric and hot water solar panels to his roof to complement the super-insulation. “We actually generate more electricity than we use now, so the utility company pays us for the excess that we send back into the system. And for about six months of the year the hot water panels supplies the home with all the hot water it needs.” He admits the payback is quite long for both solar systems, but is happy with the positive example it sets. “If enough houses did this, we wouldn’t need our coal-fired power plants.” LS

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Deciding to super-insulate his home was a moral issue for Andrew McKinlay. The costs involved in retrofitting a home built in the 1960s may have argued against it, but the benefits go beyond mere financial rewards for the Saskatonian. “I feel we need to be taking these steps, even if the economics aren’t there yet. Sooner or later we’re going to have to do these things, and I’d rather be part of the solution than part of the problem,” says McKinlay. So, part of the solution he is. McKinlay contracted Vereco Homes Ltd. to handle the retrofit, which meant analyzing his Richmond Heights bungalow and recommending environmentally-friendly improvements. The plan evolved into stripping off the old vinyl siding – which he recycled by selling it – and sealing the house envelope with a vapour barrier, dubbed xWRAP, and adding eight inches of rigid insulation. “Our gas bills are lower, and the house is warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer,” says McKinlay. The extra insulation in the walls makes the home quieter as well. It’s something he’s noticed because his home is on a bus route. Sterling Summach and Jeff Espeleta, owners of EVCO Developments, are builders accredited to work with Vereco Homes on smart green homes. They are seeing more Saskatoon clients turn to super-insulation to control heating costs and stem energy use. “People are becoming more environmentally-focused,” says Summach. “It’s a point of being a good citizen and being concerned about alternatives. But in the end, it all comes down to payback. People want to

know what the return on investment is going to be to invest in a green technology, and if it makes sense.” Summach says the calculation that has to be made balances energy cost savings over about eight to 10 years. That’s the tipping point for most retrofits, he finds. “We’ve started to see a lot more people super-insulating their houses. You’re looking at an eight-year payback on it, but what they’re essentially doing is limiting their need for a whole lot of gas for a traditional furnace. “A lot of people will elect to go with an electric baseboard heater, but then throw in solar panels as well. So you’re using very little energy to heat your space, and then you’re offsetting by adding solar.” Other green technologies, like harvesting geothermal energy from deep underground for heating and cooling, have a much longer payback period, and are not as popular with his customers. With the xWRAP system, EVCO Developments takes an existing house and basically covers it in anywhere from eight to 12 inches of rigid insulation, creating deeper window boxes and door frames, and then re-siding the building. “We can build it in such a way that once it’s done, you’d never know that the house has been super-insulated. It will look like every other house on the block, it’s just going to be a lot more efficient.” The cost varies, depending on the size of the home and the complexity of the work, but a simple bungalow will start at about $10 per square foot. The siding costs are in addition to that and depend on the client’s choices.

The xWRAP system is all about controlling air movement, says Summach. The external air vapour barrier – a peel and stick system – is almost like putting a whole rubber boot around your house. “In our climate, part of the issue comes with air exchange. If you have a leaky house, the more air exchange you have and the less efficient it’s going to be because you’re exchanging the warm air in your house with the cold air outside, and vice versa in the summer.” Because fresh air is important for health, the system depends on a high efficiency air exchange system that also works as a heat exchanger. In winter, it takes energy from the air, leaving the house to heat the air coming in. It can also regulate the humidity in the house with an optional addition to the system. It also hooks up with the exhaust fans in bathrooms and kitchen. Some clients are getting away from forced air heating altogether, says Summach. He’s noticed a lot more people going toward boiler systems for in-floor heat or for the modern style, highly efficient radiators. “From an efficiency standpoint, the heat transfer coefficient of water is as much as four times higher than forced air,” he says. Summach says that while Saskatchewan is blessed to have lower energy costs than many other parts of the world, it makes converting homes to new technologies a longer process. “There are products that we are sitting on here that are fabulous, but aren’t quite ready yet for our market just because people are still very conscious about that payback time.” The solar option appealed to McKinlay. He added both electric and hot water solar panels to his roof to complement the super-insulation. “We actually generate more electricity than we use now, so the utility company pays us for the excess that we send back into the system. And for about six months of the year the hot water panels supplies the home with all the hot water it needs.” He admits the payback is quite long for both solar systems, but is happy with the positive example it sets. “If enough houses did this, we wouldn’t need our coal-fired power plants.” LS

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DESIGN ELEMENTS location might work best. Regardless of where the office is located, there is one primary concern, according to Bowman: “Organization is key for any good office, whether it’s open or closed.” Visit any design store to find unique ideas for storage and organizing things. Even simple matching baskets can provide a neat and clutter-free way to keep everything in its place. Built-in cabinetry, while expensive, can be a smart investment for home offices as it provides countless storage options and matches with the rest of the cabinetry in your home. Cabinetry is also a great way to make a big impact and create a space that is functional yet beautiful. Bowman also says lighting has a big impact in your office. No matter what size of workspace you have, take some time to think about what kind of lighting you need. Track lighting and puck lighting and even a clip-on lamp can brighten up your area without taking up a lot of space. One of the major obstacles to a clean neat looking office is what to do with the many cords that come attached to the electronics of modern life. From computers to printers to laptops to chargers for phones and tablets – any desk can become a rat’s nest of wiring. “So many people have issues now because we have so many electronics and don’t know how to house these cords,” says Bowman. She

Your office space should fit within the look of the rest of your home, while also providing an attractive workspace.

De si g n t h e perfec t h o m e o f f i ce by Jennifer J a c o b y- S m i th PHOTOS COURTESY OF M E T R IC D E S I G N

Whether you work from home or just need a space to organize your bills, a home office can provide organization and beauty to your home. The first step in creating a home office is finding a designated space. While most people think of a spare bedroom in the basement, Tamara Bowman of Metric Design says offices can be located anywhere in your house. “It’s finding that pocket within the home that’s dead space or maybe space that isn’t really being used as well as possible,” says Bowman. Innovative offices have been created using a built-in desk and filing cabinet under a staircase. Or transform a wall in your mudroom or a corner of your living room with a table and lamp and inventive storage. Even a large landing at the top of the stairs can work

for an office. As long as there’s room for a desk or table and some lighting, there’s room for an office. Bowman says her team of designers are doing more and more offices incorporated into the main living area of the house. “You know families don’t spend enough time together – so that’s why we are starting to see some of the home offices come out into the living area, so you can do some of your paperwork and your filing while you’re still with the family,” Bowman explains. The location of your office may depend on the level of privacy required. If your work requires lots of quiet time or confidential phone calls, it may be better for you to have a segregated room. On the other hand, if you want to be connected to the pulse of what’s going on in your family, then an open office in a central

adds, a new trend in design can help with interesting or funky charging stations. “They’re functional and look good, so they’re decorative as well.” To make the office beautiful as well as functional, it’s important to think “smarter,” adds Bowman. For instance, you can make part of your office do double duty. Blackboard paint or corkboard on one wall can provide a place for reminders and notes or even creative brainstorming. “[It’s] trying to use the most of every nook and cranny that you have so that in the end you’re left with a really clean and organized looking space. We all have a lot of stuff, so it’s all a matter of organizing,” Bowman says. Regardless of the location or layout of your space it’s important to make it attractive. It should also be a place you embrace. Who wants to work in a crammed, disorganized, dark room? Liven up the space with bright colour on the walls, a favourite piece of art and, of course, tons of creative light fixtures to make an office you want to spend time in. Including an inspirational photograph or souvenir from a trip may give you just the nudge you need to get your work done. Bowman says, “[It’s about] making the office space beautiful; making it not an eye sore… making it part of the space you’re living within every day and making it a feature.” LS

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DESIGN ELEMENTS location might work best. Regardless of where the office is located, there is one primary concern, according to Bowman: “Organization is key for any good office, whether it’s open or closed.” Visit any design store to find unique ideas for storage and organizing things. Even simple matching baskets can provide a neat and clutter-free way to keep everything in its place. Built-in cabinetry, while expensive, can be a smart investment for home offices as it provides countless storage options and matches with the rest of the cabinetry in your home. Cabinetry is also a great way to make a big impact and create a space that is functional yet beautiful. Bowman also says lighting has a big impact in your office. No matter what size of workspace you have, take some time to think about what kind of lighting you need. Track lighting and puck lighting and even a clip-on lamp can brighten up your area without taking up a lot of space. One of the major obstacles to a clean neat looking office is what to do with the many cords that come attached to the electronics of modern life. From computers to printers to laptops to chargers for phones and tablets – any desk can become a rat’s nest of wiring. “So many people have issues now because we have so many electronics and don’t know how to house these cords,” says Bowman. She

Your office space should fit within the look of the rest of your home, while also providing an attractive workspace.

De si g n t h e perfec t h o m e o f f i ce by Jennifer J a c o b y- S m i th PHOTOS COURTESY OF M E T R IC D E S I G N

Whether you work from home or just need a space to organize your bills, a home office can provide organization and beauty to your home. The first step in creating a home office is finding a designated space. While most people think of a spare bedroom in the basement, Tamara Bowman of Metric Design says offices can be located anywhere in your house. “It’s finding that pocket within the home that’s dead space or maybe space that isn’t really being used as well as possible,” says Bowman. Innovative offices have been created using a built-in desk and filing cabinet under a staircase. Or transform a wall in your mudroom or a corner of your living room with a table and lamp and inventive storage. Even a large landing at the top of the stairs can work

for an office. As long as there’s room for a desk or table and some lighting, there’s room for an office. Bowman says her team of designers are doing more and more offices incorporated into the main living area of the house. “You know families don’t spend enough time together – so that’s why we are starting to see some of the home offices come out into the living area, so you can do some of your paperwork and your filing while you’re still with the family,” Bowman explains. The location of your office may depend on the level of privacy required. If your work requires lots of quiet time or confidential phone calls, it may be better for you to have a segregated room. On the other hand, if you want to be connected to the pulse of what’s going on in your family, then an open office in a central

adds, a new trend in design can help with interesting or funky charging stations. “They’re functional and look good, so they’re decorative as well.” To make the office beautiful as well as functional, it’s important to think “smarter,” adds Bowman. For instance, you can make part of your office do double duty. Blackboard paint or corkboard on one wall can provide a place for reminders and notes or even creative brainstorming. “[It’s] trying to use the most of every nook and cranny that you have so that in the end you’re left with a really clean and organized looking space. We all have a lot of stuff, so it’s all a matter of organizing,” Bowman says. Regardless of the location or layout of your space it’s important to make it attractive. It should also be a place you embrace. Who wants to work in a crammed, disorganized, dark room? Liven up the space with bright colour on the walls, a favourite piece of art and, of course, tons of creative light fixtures to make an office you want to spend time in. Including an inspirational photograph or souvenir from a trip may give you just the nudge you need to get your work done. Bowman says, “[It’s about] making the office space beautiful; making it not an eye sore… making it part of the space you’re living within every day and making it a feature.” LS

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Stainless steel has been the darling finish of the kitchen landscape for decades, but with the introduction of a new finish from General Electric, its reign is being challenged. The new GE finish is a warm, matte grey called slate. A warmer alternative to stainless steel, the stone-like, earthy slate pairs well with the hardwood floors, wood cabinets and stone surfaces so popular in kitchens today. The creation of the colour wasn’t as simple as throwing some samples together. Chris Bissig, manager of concept and brand development with GE, describes the process as both a science and an art. About a year and a half ago, Bissig and his team started to look into alternatives to stainless steel, noting that some kitchen designers and users felt the ubiquitous silver finish was “a little cold and clinical in some environments,” said Bissig. They wanted to find a finish that was softer and would blend in more with the surroundings, especially considering the current trend of kitchens and living rooms merging to become more open living spaces. They visited homes, talked to people about their kitchen décor, and took notes about what they were using in terms of floor-

ing, cabinetry, paint colour and countertops. The trends were clear: Wood cabinetry, stone countertops, tile backsplashes, hardwood floors, warm paint colours and textured finishes. With that data in hand, they started developing a finish to match those warm tones. “We were hanging out a lot in the paint booth, mixing colours,” said Bissig. “So you add a little bit of yellow, a little bit of red, maybe a little more grey, looking for something in a little bit of a darker tone to match some of the darker tones you see in wood cabinetry or stone.... “We started adding metallic flake as well to add a little more richness, a little more reflectivity, and at the same time, we’re also looking at varying levels of gloss. That was a very experimental phase, where we were looking at a lot of different samples, a lot of different ideas.” The end result was a neutral grey that’s warm enough to match the natural tones they were seeing in kitchens, but not so warm that the colour started looking brown. Aside from sometimes feeling clinical, stainless steel is notoriously difficult to keep C o n t in u ed o n p ag e 66

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Stainless steel has been the darling finish of the kitchen landscape for decades, but with the introduction of a new finish from General Electric, its reign is being challenged. The new GE finish is a warm, matte grey called slate. A warmer alternative to stainless steel, the stone-like, earthy slate pairs well with the hardwood floors, wood cabinets and stone surfaces so popular in kitchens today. The creation of the colour wasn’t as simple as throwing some samples together. Chris Bissig, manager of concept and brand development with GE, describes the process as both a science and an art. About a year and a half ago, Bissig and his team started to look into alternatives to stainless steel, noting that some kitchen designers and users felt the ubiquitous silver finish was “a little cold and clinical in some environments,” said Bissig. They wanted to find a finish that was softer and would blend in more with the surroundings, especially considering the current trend of kitchens and living rooms merging to become more open living spaces. They visited homes, talked to people about their kitchen décor, and took notes about what they were using in terms of floor-

ing, cabinetry, paint colour and countertops. The trends were clear: Wood cabinetry, stone countertops, tile backsplashes, hardwood floors, warm paint colours and textured finishes. With that data in hand, they started developing a finish to match those warm tones. “We were hanging out a lot in the paint booth, mixing colours,” said Bissig. “So you add a little bit of yellow, a little bit of red, maybe a little more grey, looking for something in a little bit of a darker tone to match some of the darker tones you see in wood cabinetry or stone.... “We started adding metallic flake as well to add a little more richness, a little more reflectivity, and at the same time, we’re also looking at varying levels of gloss. That was a very experimental phase, where we were looking at a lot of different samples, a lot of different ideas.” The end result was a neutral grey that’s warm enough to match the natural tones they were seeing in kitchens, but not so warm that the colour started looking brown. Aside from sometimes feeling clinical, stainless steel is notoriously difficult to keep C o n t in u ed o n p ag e 66

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looking clean. The fingerprint problem was also something GE wanted to address with this new finish, and slate’s matte sheen does resist fingerprints. To clean the slate finish, all you need is soap and water, and ideally it doesn’t have to be cleaned as often as stainless. There’s definitely a demand for the new look – sales of slate have been double GE’s original estimates. Bissig says he thinks there are a couple of big reasons for the finish’s popularity: the fact that it’s easier to clean, and that it’s an alternative to pretty much everything else on the market. Stainless steel was introduced in the late ‘80s and has been huge since the early 2000s, while white has been around for over 100 years. Slate is neutral and versatile, but also different and unique. The slate finish even matches the other stainless steel appliances you might already have in your kitchen because it features stainless steel handles and touch points. Does the popularity of slate spell the end for stainless steel in the kitchen? Only time will tell, but for now, home owners are eager for the change slate offers. “There’s been a need out there for something that’s different,” said Bissig. “A lot of consumers have been looking at black, white and stainless for a long time.” LS

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looking clean. The fingerprint problem was also something GE wanted to address with this new finish, and slate’s matte sheen does resist fingerprints. To clean the slate finish, all you need is soap and water, and ideally it doesn’t have to be cleaned as often as stainless. There’s definitely a demand for the new look – sales of slate have been double GE’s original estimates. Bissig says he thinks there are a couple of big reasons for the finish’s popularity: the fact that it’s easier to clean, and that it’s an alternative to pretty much everything else on the market. Stainless steel was introduced in the late ‘80s and has been huge since the early 2000s, while white has been around for over 100 years. Slate is neutral and versatile, but also different and unique. The slate finish even matches the other stainless steel appliances you might already have in your kitchen because it features stainless steel handles and touch points. Does the popularity of slate spell the end for stainless steel in the kitchen? Only time will tell, but for now, home owners are eager for the change slate offers. “There’s been a need out there for something that’s different,” said Bissig. “A lot of consumers have been looking at black, white and stainless for a long time.” LS

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If you want to be on trend with your flooring this year, choose hardwood or a lookalike with a wide plank size. The visually striking look of wide planks is different, but still classic, and draws attention to the grain of the wood – whether artificial or natural. “The wide planks are popular beyond belief,” said Trevor Pickerl, operations and sales manager with Cornerstone Flooring and Interiors. “It’s more aesthetically pleasing. With inch and a quarter or two-inch boards, you have lines going through your house like crazy. So now with a wider board, it’s displaying the wood a lot more than the lines.” Wide boards can work in both modern spaces and in houses with a more rustic style. In a higher-gloss and lighter shade, the minimal lines lend themselves to a clean, contemporary look, while a darker matte colour draws attention to the pattern of the planks, bringing up connotations of antique furniture and times gone by. No matter the style of the house, wide planks always have the effect of making rooms seem a bit more open compared to smaller boards. Pickerl notes that the many repeated lines of a more narrow board can make a room seem more closed in. Engineered hardwood works especially well with the wide style because hardwood has some problems with stability the wider the board gets. Solid hardwood is a threequarter inch thick piece of wood, while

engineered hardwood features a top layer of hardwood cross-layered with other materials. There are a couple of benefits to engineered hardwood over the natural thing: it can be easier to install because it can be a floating floor, and the layered structure holds up better in variable climates, like in Saskatchewan. Where natural hardwood expands and contracts, engineered hardwood always keeps its shape. “Engineered hardwood is becoming more popular these days because of its durability,” said Pickerl. “It’s more structurally sound than hardwood.” Another trend gaining momentum in hardwood and lookalikes is mixed-width planks, says Pickerl, where wide widths are paired with narrower widths. The mixed look has a similar effect to wide planks, where the eye is drawn away from the lines the planks create, and focuses more on the grain. With wide planks, the effect is achieved by minimizing the number of lines, while with mixed-width, it’s achieved through the contrast between the different-sized planks.

People choosing the random widths want a more unique look than a plain hardwood floor, says Pickerl. “Everybody has the hardwood floor nowadays... so now they’re getting more creative and mixing it up a bit and getting a little bit of a design in there.” Hardwood – whether natural or engineered – will always be the gold standard in flooring, but the alternatives have improved significantly in the past few years. Laminate producers have learned how to mimic hardwood to the point where it can be hard to tell it apart from the real stuff, and laminate is less susceptible to humidity and temperature changes, though the price is about the same. Pickerl is especially excited about advances in luxury vinyl planks. The cost for the boards is roughly the same as hardwood, but Pickerl says home owners can save some money on the installation because it’s much easier to install. “The durability of the vinyl planks, the ease of installing the vinyl planks, is a lot better,” said Pickerl. “Vinyl planks are so popular, and have come such a long way with the look of it – the realistic look of the hardwood.” Nothing can truly beat the look and feel of natural wood, but the lookalikes are pretty impressive substitutes. Whether the real deal or an imitation, more and more home owners are choosing the classic hardwood look, and Pickerl thinks the wide planks and random widths are only going to gain popularity over the next few years. LS

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If you want to be on trend with your flooring this year, choose hardwood or a lookalike with a wide plank size. The visually striking look of wide planks is different, but still classic, and draws attention to the grain of the wood – whether artificial or natural. “The wide planks are popular beyond belief,” said Trevor Pickerl, operations and sales manager with Cornerstone Flooring and Interiors. “It’s more aesthetically pleasing. With inch and a quarter or two-inch boards, you have lines going through your house like crazy. So now with a wider board, it’s displaying the wood a lot more than the lines.” Wide boards can work in both modern spaces and in houses with a more rustic style. In a higher-gloss and lighter shade, the minimal lines lend themselves to a clean, contemporary look, while a darker matte colour draws attention to the pattern of the planks, bringing up connotations of antique furniture and times gone by. No matter the style of the house, wide planks always have the effect of making rooms seem a bit more open compared to smaller boards. Pickerl notes that the many repeated lines of a more narrow board can make a room seem more closed in. Engineered hardwood works especially well with the wide style because hardwood has some problems with stability the wider the board gets. Solid hardwood is a threequarter inch thick piece of wood, while

engineered hardwood features a top layer of hardwood cross-layered with other materials. There are a couple of benefits to engineered hardwood over the natural thing: it can be easier to install because it can be a floating floor, and the layered structure holds up better in variable climates, like in Saskatchewan. Where natural hardwood expands and contracts, engineered hardwood always keeps its shape. “Engineered hardwood is becoming more popular these days because of its durability,” said Pickerl. “It’s more structurally sound than hardwood.” Another trend gaining momentum in hardwood and lookalikes is mixed-width planks, says Pickerl, where wide widths are paired with narrower widths. The mixed look has a similar effect to wide planks, where the eye is drawn away from the lines the planks create, and focuses more on the grain. With wide planks, the effect is achieved by minimizing the number of lines, while with mixed-width, it’s achieved through the contrast between the different-sized planks.

People choosing the random widths want a more unique look than a plain hardwood floor, says Pickerl. “Everybody has the hardwood floor nowadays... so now they’re getting more creative and mixing it up a bit and getting a little bit of a design in there.” Hardwood – whether natural or engineered – will always be the gold standard in flooring, but the alternatives have improved significantly in the past few years. Laminate producers have learned how to mimic hardwood to the point where it can be hard to tell it apart from the real stuff, and laminate is less susceptible to humidity and temperature changes, though the price is about the same. Pickerl is especially excited about advances in luxury vinyl planks. The cost for the boards is roughly the same as hardwood, but Pickerl says home owners can save some money on the installation because it’s much easier to install. “The durability of the vinyl planks, the ease of installing the vinyl planks, is a lot better,” said Pickerl. “Vinyl planks are so popular, and have come such a long way with the look of it – the realistic look of the hardwood.” Nothing can truly beat the look and feel of natural wood, but the lookalikes are pretty impressive substitutes. Whether the real deal or an imitation, more and more home owners are choosing the classic hardwood look, and Pickerl thinks the wide planks and random widths are only going to gain popularity over the next few years. LS

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Is your home fully protected? With home prices continuing to climb in Saskatoon, making sure your home and possessions are properly insured has never been more important. But the good news according to Andrew McDougall, with Cherry Insurance in Saskatoon, is that ensuring that you have enough coverage on your home is more affordable then you might think. “People are often surprised at how inexpensive home insurance is,” McDougall explains, adding that insurance brokers figure out the minimum insurance needed by using a formula that takes into consideration the year your house was built, the size, how many bathrooms, the type of home it is and where in the city it is. “From this data, the system generates a replacement value.” For example, McDougall continues, “the system might come up with the replacement value figure of $700,000 for a $350,000 home. That is the amount it would take to rebuild that home.” McDougall estimates that, on average, a bare minimum policy would cost the home owner only around $1,200 a year, and this cost can be paid in one instalment or in monthly instalments. He also notes that, if you have not made any insurance claims in five years, most brokers will give you a 15 per cent discount on your policy. A basic insurance policy covers what are known as ‘named perils’. These include fire, lightning, wind and hail as well as liability and theft. However, according to McDougall, “very few people go with just the basic insurance. They want to make sure that they are covered as fully as possible.” 70

You can buy extra insurance to cover disappearances of your belongings (when something has disappeared without there being an obvious burglary of the home), and McDougall suggests purchasing extra insurance if you own high end items so that you can receive the full value back for them, especially as “around 80 per cent of a home’s value comes from its belongings.” McDougall strongly recommends buying sewer backup insurance, which is not included in the named perils. However, as McDougall says, “although sewer backup insurance is technically an option, it’s not, really, because most brokers will just automatically add it to your package. Let’s face it, your sewer is going to backup before your house is going to burn down, in most cases. We’ve seen a lot of this in the city the past few years.” McDougall points out that the cost of sewer insurance is dependent on where your home is located in the city, but insists that it is coverage you don’t want to be without. While it is not the law in Saskatchewan that home owners purchase home insurance, McDougall explains that most lenders will make insurance a requirement of mortgages. He estimates that, overall, around 98 per cent of home owners in the province carry some form of home insurance. At the same time, McDougall says that the percentage of those who rent and carry tenant insurance “is substantially less, maybe at about 50 per cent. There is no reason for the numbers to be so low, especially since tenant Contin u ed o n p ag e 86

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Is your home fully protected? With home prices continuing to climb in Saskatoon, making sure your home and possessions are properly insured has never been more important. But the good news according to Andrew McDougall, with Cherry Insurance in Saskatoon, is that ensuring that you have enough coverage on your home is more affordable then you might think. “People are often surprised at how inexpensive home insurance is,” McDougall explains, adding that insurance brokers figure out the minimum insurance needed by using a formula that takes into consideration the year your house was built, the size, how many bathrooms, the type of home it is and where in the city it is. “From this data, the system generates a replacement value.” For example, McDougall continues, “the system might come up with the replacement value figure of $700,000 for a $350,000 home. That is the amount it would take to rebuild that home.” McDougall estimates that, on average, a bare minimum policy would cost the home owner only around $1,200 a year, and this cost can be paid in one instalment or in monthly instalments. He also notes that, if you have not made any insurance claims in five years, most brokers will give you a 15 per cent discount on your policy. A basic insurance policy covers what are known as ‘named perils’. These include fire, lightning, wind and hail as well as liability and theft. However, according to McDougall, “very few people go with just the basic insurance. They want to make sure that they are covered as fully as possible.” 70

You can buy extra insurance to cover disappearances of your belongings (when something has disappeared without there being an obvious burglary of the home), and McDougall suggests purchasing extra insurance if you own high end items so that you can receive the full value back for them, especially as “around 80 per cent of a home’s value comes from its belongings.” McDougall strongly recommends buying sewer backup insurance, which is not included in the named perils. However, as McDougall says, “although sewer backup insurance is technically an option, it’s not, really, because most brokers will just automatically add it to your package. Let’s face it, your sewer is going to backup before your house is going to burn down, in most cases. We’ve seen a lot of this in the city the past few years.” McDougall points out that the cost of sewer insurance is dependent on where your home is located in the city, but insists that it is coverage you don’t want to be without. While it is not the law in Saskatchewan that home owners purchase home insurance, McDougall explains that most lenders will make insurance a requirement of mortgages. He estimates that, overall, around 98 per cent of home owners in the province carry some form of home insurance. At the same time, McDougall says that the percentage of those who rent and carry tenant insurance “is substantially less, maybe at about 50 per cent. There is no reason for the numbers to be so low, especially since tenant Contin u ed o n p ag e 86

Featuring Fine Art Lamps Franke

Kuzco

Blanco

Currey & Co.

Duravit

Kichler

Grohe

Tech

Kohler

...and many more

829 46th St E Saskatoon (306) 664-2389

“People ap p re c i a t e the peace o f mind that c o m e s from talki n g w i t h someone w h o i s able to off e r b o t h emotiona l s u p p o r t and exper t i se . ” Andrew McDougall, Cherry Insurance

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Colour cues for 2014 by Hilary

Imagine living in a black-and-white world, like a film reel from the 50s, an achromatic existence. Thankfully we live in colour, and can enjoy the radiance of an expansive palette in our natural surroundings. Splashing your world with colour can be as simple as splashing your walls with a new hue. Colour adds ambience and creates mood, so refreshing a paint colour will refresh your look and possibly your outlook. Farrow & Ball Paints and Wallpapers has suggested four key colours for 2014, designed to bring us back in touch with nature: ‘Cooking Apple Green,’ ‘Stiffkey Blue,’ ‘Purebeck Stone,’ and ‘Mole’s Breath,’ says Michelle Rowlett, Interior Design Consultant for Braid Flooring. The flooring company has recently become the exclusive supplier of Farrow & Ball products in Saskatchewan. An established company based in Dorset, England, Farrow & Ball operates a little differently than its counterparts. “Farrow & Ball is unique in that the paint is tinted and mixed K l a ss e n in the factory in England and then shipped world-wide,” says Rowlett. “There is no need for paint shakers or messy tinting machines.” This means colour 2014 & Ball integrity remains stable and Farrow r: u accurate. Colours are sourced lo Key Co throughout the world, make ey Blu k f ing them unique and virtually f i t S impossible to copy. Think ‘Lexus’ if you’re wondering about the quality of Farrow & Ball paint. ”This is a higher priced product but it also goes 25 per cent further than its nearest

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competitor. The coverage and feel is phenomenal,” says Rowlett. Paint colours and wallpaper designs at Farrow & Ball are very designer driven, with special attention paid to what designers are looking for. Patterns for wallpapers are researched both historically and forward looking to inform future design trends. “The National Art Gallery of Canada uses it and it’s used almost exclusively in Europe; it is the number one paint there,” says Rowlett. Like the stellar reputation of many European fine fashions and clothing, Farrow & Ball paint has long epitomized this level of refined European product, she says. “It’s still made the same way it was when it was invented in 1946, with an emulsion method, like mayonnaise, therefore it requires no shaking after production,” says Rowlett. It contains no Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and no latex, which is actually plastic. The paint is clay and water based, with high levels of pigments to ensure rich intense colours. “This product is geared to the client who wants the best, is concerned about quality and wants a zero off gassing product in their home,” she says. Farrow & Ball takes a fairly focused approach to selection. Some paint companies believe more is better and may offer up to 3,000 colours. “Realistically you might use 60 of them,” says Rowlett. Farrow & Ball offers 132 colours. “They’ve sort of weeded out the riff raff if you will. They really focus on exactly what is working in today’s interiors.” The company introduces nine new paint colours every two years. They also retire nine colours so that their total selection remains the same, at 132 colours, keeping things fresh and current. New wallpapers are launched periodically as well, with the most recent launch taking place at the end of January. Nine new paint colours were launched in September 2013, meaning the next new launch will be in 2015. It’s easy to match paint with wallpaper. “If there was a lavender back with a silver grey image, those two colours would be part of the Farrow & Ball colour family,” says Rowlett. This spring, consider refreshing your hues, whether it’s a new wall pigment or breathing new life into a piece of furniture. Pull out a roller, and try one of the four key colours from traditional craftsmen, Farrow & Ball maybe some of that Mole’s Breath. For more information see www.braidflooring.com, call 306.244.1973, or visit Braid Flooring and Window Fashions at #1, 2301 Miller Avenue. LS

2014 Farrow & Ball Key Colour: Purbeck Stone

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Colour cues for 2014 by Hilary

Imagine living in a black-and-white world, like a film reel from the 50s, an achromatic existence. Thankfully we live in colour, and can enjoy the radiance of an expansive palette in our natural surroundings. Splashing your world with colour can be as simple as splashing your walls with a new hue. Colour adds ambience and creates mood, so refreshing a paint colour will refresh your look and possibly your outlook. Farrow & Ball Paints and Wallpapers has suggested four key colours for 2014, designed to bring us back in touch with nature: ‘Cooking Apple Green,’ ‘Stiffkey Blue,’ ‘Purebeck Stone,’ and ‘Mole’s Breath,’ says Michelle Rowlett, Interior Design Consultant for Braid Flooring. The flooring company has recently become the exclusive supplier of Farrow & Ball products in Saskatchewan. An established company based in Dorset, England, Farrow & Ball operates a little differently than its counterparts. “Farrow & Ball is unique in that the paint is tinted and mixed K l a ss e n in the factory in England and then shipped world-wide,” says Rowlett. “There is no need for paint shakers or messy tinting machines.” This means colour 2014 & Ball integrity remains stable and Farrow r: u accurate. Colours are sourced lo Key Co throughout the world, make ey Blu k f ing them unique and virtually f i t S impossible to copy. Think ‘Lexus’ if you’re wondering about the quality of Farrow & Ball paint. ”This is a higher priced product but it also goes 25 per cent further than its nearest

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competitor. The coverage and feel is phenomenal,” says Rowlett. Paint colours and wallpaper designs at Farrow & Ball are very designer driven, with special attention paid to what designers are looking for. Patterns for wallpapers are researched both historically and forward looking to inform future design trends. “The National Art Gallery of Canada uses it and it’s used almost exclusively in Europe; it is the number one paint there,” says Rowlett. Like the stellar reputation of many European fine fashions and clothing, Farrow & Ball paint has long epitomized this level of refined European product, she says. “It’s still made the same way it was when it was invented in 1946, with an emulsion method, like mayonnaise, therefore it requires no shaking after production,” says Rowlett. It contains no Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and no latex, which is actually plastic. The paint is clay and water based, with high levels of pigments to ensure rich intense colours. “This product is geared to the client who wants the best, is concerned about quality and wants a zero off gassing product in their home,” she says. Farrow & Ball takes a fairly focused approach to selection. Some paint companies believe more is better and may offer up to 3,000 colours. “Realistically you might use 60 of them,” says Rowlett. Farrow & Ball offers 132 colours. “They’ve sort of weeded out the riff raff if you will. They really focus on exactly what is working in today’s interiors.” The company introduces nine new paint colours every two years. They also retire nine colours so that their total selection remains the same, at 132 colours, keeping things fresh and current. New wallpapers are launched periodically as well, with the most recent launch taking place at the end of January. Nine new paint colours were launched in September 2013, meaning the next new launch will be in 2015. It’s easy to match paint with wallpaper. “If there was a lavender back with a silver grey image, those two colours would be part of the Farrow & Ball colour family,” says Rowlett. This spring, consider refreshing your hues, whether it’s a new wall pigment or breathing new life into a piece of furniture. Pull out a roller, and try one of the four key colours from traditional craftsmen, Farrow & Ball maybe some of that Mole’s Breath. For more information see www.braidflooring.com, call 306.244.1973, or visit Braid Flooring and Window Fashions at #1, 2301 Miller Avenue. LS

2014 Farrow & Ball Key Colour: Purbeck Stone

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Panache? DOES YOUR BATHROOM HAVE

Our bathrooms have become our “sweet b y Ch a r l e n e S c h u m a c h e r sanctuary from the world”, a place to wind

down, have a fragrant bubble bath or pamper

F r e s c o I n t e r i ors yourself before an evening out. Your bathD e s i g n G ro u p I n c . room should speak to you personally and

represent your style and lifestyle. These stylish yet highly functional rooms can be layered with sensual textures and classical design elements for a more formal aesthetic, or accented with high contrasts such as yellow, black, and gray for a modern pop. They can have deep rich tones and sparkling crystals for a glamorous Hollywood style, or sweet soft monochromatic hues for a watery look with aqua blues. Before you start on your bathroom renovation, consider some of these questions: What draws you in? What do you love? Which “feeling” speaks to you? Each style represents a feeling; each feeling is enhanced by selected components to create the overall flow of the space. If a bathroom is renovated without a design plan, it may not give you the end result you were looking for.

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Develop your plan carefully and consistently, ensuring each selection fits your overall style. We create perspective sketches with our design plans so customers can visualize their finished space before a single wall is built. Perspective sketches allow you to visually walk into your space and “experience” the flow. Next, consider all the surfaces. Undertones are so very important. Try to ensure each layer flows beautifully into the next. From the floor tile, cabinet stain, countertop, backsplash accents, shower floor tile, shower accent tile, wallpaper and wall colour, each element should be selected carefully to complement the next. As each piece is chosen you will begin to see the room evolve. One of my favorite “feelings” for a bathroom is a spa retreat. I love the look of clean white luxurious marble tiles, interplayed with shimmering crystal backsplashes. The strong bold lines of contrasting wood tones stand out when paired against crisp white quartz countertops. It’s

the positioning of each lustrous component and the layering of all the elements which creates harmony and tranquility. To create a dramatic statement, consider incorporating accents such as hanging crystal pendants instead of traditional wall sconces and a contemporary circular central chandelier. I like to add at least one interesting lighting element to each bathroom. Look for distinctive pieces which make a statement. We all have budgets and the trick is to find the best way to work with all the pieces within that budget. Consider using a generic white faux marble on the bathroom floor in order to afford gorgeous pendants or a dramatic chandelier. During our recent trip to the Dallas Market, we brought back a bounty of new exciting lighting fixtures, from 36inch crystal slab vanity lights to circular bold contemporary chandeliers. It’s these types of accent pieces which can make such a beautiful difference. It can take a bathroom from a standard builder basic to a luxurious spa retreat. The icing on the cake comes in the form of bling! Just like dressing a body, the jewellery is the finishing touch. For bathrooms, the “jewellery of the room” is the selected hardware.

Choose carefully! Just like jewellery, too much is simply too much! Look for clean square lines, interesting combinations and uncommon positioning. Handles can be positioned to run horizontally instead of vertically. Knobs can be centralized to look more like the hardware on quality furniture. The final element is wallpaper. Collections are available in styles from cool contemporary large-scale prints to silvery metallic textures to ornate traditional motifs, rescaled in a contemporary styling. One of the newest colour tones is the resurgence of burnished gold. The new prints of gold, gray, black and silver work beautifully with the burnished gold in light fixtures. The combinations of both gold and silver allow for fixtures in either metal combination. The new wallpaper selections are very exciting with literally thousands of options to choose from, allowing us to personalize and add drama to any room. To make it easier for customers we have divided each separate wallpaper display sheet into colour zones, so customers can easily find the perfect wallpaper to add panache to their bathroom. Bathrooms are our refreshing zone in the morning and our retiring retreat at night. May yours surround you with soothing comfort, and help you feel alive! LS

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Panache? DOES YOUR BATHROOM HAVE

Our bathrooms have become our “sweet b y Ch a r l e n e S c h u m a c h e r sanctuary from the world”, a place to wind

down, have a fragrant bubble bath or pamper

F r e s c o I n t e r i ors yourself before an evening out. Your bathD e s i g n G ro u p I n c . room should speak to you personally and

represent your style and lifestyle. These stylish yet highly functional rooms can be layered with sensual textures and classical design elements for a more formal aesthetic, or accented with high contrasts such as yellow, black, and gray for a modern pop. They can have deep rich tones and sparkling crystals for a glamorous Hollywood style, or sweet soft monochromatic hues for a watery look with aqua blues. Before you start on your bathroom renovation, consider some of these questions: What draws you in? What do you love? Which “feeling” speaks to you? Each style represents a feeling; each feeling is enhanced by selected components to create the overall flow of the space. If a bathroom is renovated without a design plan, it may not give you the end result you were looking for.

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Develop your plan carefully and consistently, ensuring each selection fits your overall style. We create perspective sketches with our design plans so customers can visualize their finished space before a single wall is built. Perspective sketches allow you to visually walk into your space and “experience” the flow. Next, consider all the surfaces. Undertones are so very important. Try to ensure each layer flows beautifully into the next. From the floor tile, cabinet stain, countertop, backsplash accents, shower floor tile, shower accent tile, wallpaper and wall colour, each element should be selected carefully to complement the next. As each piece is chosen you will begin to see the room evolve. One of my favorite “feelings” for a bathroom is a spa retreat. I love the look of clean white luxurious marble tiles, interplayed with shimmering crystal backsplashes. The strong bold lines of contrasting wood tones stand out when paired against crisp white quartz countertops. It’s

the positioning of each lustrous component and the layering of all the elements which creates harmony and tranquility. To create a dramatic statement, consider incorporating accents such as hanging crystal pendants instead of traditional wall sconces and a contemporary circular central chandelier. I like to add at least one interesting lighting element to each bathroom. Look for distinctive pieces which make a statement. We all have budgets and the trick is to find the best way to work with all the pieces within that budget. Consider using a generic white faux marble on the bathroom floor in order to afford gorgeous pendants or a dramatic chandelier. During our recent trip to the Dallas Market, we brought back a bounty of new exciting lighting fixtures, from 36inch crystal slab vanity lights to circular bold contemporary chandeliers. It’s these types of accent pieces which can make such a beautiful difference. It can take a bathroom from a standard builder basic to a luxurious spa retreat. The icing on the cake comes in the form of bling! Just like dressing a body, the jewellery is the finishing touch. For bathrooms, the “jewellery of the room” is the selected hardware.

Choose carefully! Just like jewellery, too much is simply too much! Look for clean square lines, interesting combinations and uncommon positioning. Handles can be positioned to run horizontally instead of vertically. Knobs can be centralized to look more like the hardware on quality furniture. The final element is wallpaper. Collections are available in styles from cool contemporary large-scale prints to silvery metallic textures to ornate traditional motifs, rescaled in a contemporary styling. One of the newest colour tones is the resurgence of burnished gold. The new prints of gold, gray, black and silver work beautifully with the burnished gold in light fixtures. The combinations of both gold and silver allow for fixtures in either metal combination. The new wallpaper selections are very exciting with literally thousands of options to choose from, allowing us to personalize and add drama to any room. To make it easier for customers we have divided each separate wallpaper display sheet into colour zones, so customers can easily find the perfect wallpaper to add panache to their bathroom. Bathrooms are our refreshing zone in the morning and our retiring retreat at night. May yours surround you with soothing comfort, and help you feel alive! LS

P H O T O S BY H EA T H E R F R I T Z PHOTOGRAPHY

402 PRINGLE LINK This is a 1673 sq. ft. modified bi-level with main floor laundry, 3 bedrooms plus den, hardwood flooring, ensuite bath off master bedroom, jetted tub, walk in closet, quartz countertops, large basement open for development.

SHOWHOME HOURS: Thursday 7 – 9 p.m. Weekends 2 – 5 p.m. Gary 306-260-2353 | www.homesbyens.com 75


NEW MEMBER PROFILE

INTRO D UCING

She’ll always be your baby,

Delonix Construction Ltd.

now you’ll always have the proof.

b y T om Er e mo n d i

Another outstanding renovation by Delonix Construction. The company recently finished its first new home build in the Kensington community. Photo by Tom Eremondi

Delonix Construction Ltd. owners Daryl and Vanessa Shannon in their home that they renovated. Photo by Tom Eremondi

They came for the lifestyle, they stayed for the boom. Owners of Delonix Construction Ltd., Daryl Shannon and his wife, Vanessa, had grown tired of the hectic pace of life in Vancouver. “I was involved with commercial construction there for eight years,” Daryl reports. “We did everything from 30-plus storey, mixed residential commercial condos to exceptionally extensive renovations on heritage places such as cathedral churches and buildings on the UBC grounds.” A competitive swimmer, Shannon had visited Saskatchewan previously but was unsure where they would settle. On a whim, he rented a car and drove to Saskatoon. “I was driving north on Idylwyld when I saw the flags and decided to check out River Landing. It was just after Christmas but I realized it was where I wanted to be.” It was a good choice. The Shannons moved to Saskatoon in 2007, settling into a cozy little bungalow on the border of the Mayfair and Hudson Bay Park neighbourhoods. Shannon, a carpenter by trade, spent nine months renovating their new home while the couple settled. “We were really here just to enjoy a

quieter life. I never intended to start a company and hire employees.” Then the boom struck and the Shannons realized the city was a fantastic place to be further involved in his trade. “We spent 2008 getting the paperwork together and in 2009 Delonix Construction was ready to operate,” he says, noting the company started as a renovation business. “I enjoy the interaction with my clients. I find the renovation side of the business really challenging but enjoy pushing myself that way.” The company has grown because it capitalized on some niche areas, Shannon says. “Number one is garage packages. Because of our sub-trades we can do everything from small to large 60-foot plus garages. The clients love it because we do everything – from excavation to finishes. They don’t have to outsource their own contractors.” Delonix has been building an average of 50 garages every summer. At the same time, it’s done kitchens, bathrooms, basements – even home additions. That success has seen the company grow C o n t in u ed o n p ag e 78

• CUSTOM FRAMING AFTER

• P H O TO R E S TO R AT I O N BEFORE

• M E M O R A B I L I A D I S P L AY S • PHOTOS ON CANVAS • UNIQUE DESIGNS • STOCK FRAMES • ART WORK

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NEW MEMBER PROFILE

INTRO D UCING

She’ll always be your baby,

Delonix Construction Ltd.

now you’ll always have the proof.

b y T om Er e mo n d i

Another outstanding renovation by Delonix Construction. The company recently finished its first new home build in the Kensington community. Photo by Tom Eremondi

Delonix Construction Ltd. owners Daryl and Vanessa Shannon in their home that they renovated. Photo by Tom Eremondi

They came for the lifestyle, they stayed for the boom. Owners of Delonix Construction Ltd., Daryl Shannon and his wife, Vanessa, had grown tired of the hectic pace of life in Vancouver. “I was involved with commercial construction there for eight years,” Daryl reports. “We did everything from 30-plus storey, mixed residential commercial condos to exceptionally extensive renovations on heritage places such as cathedral churches and buildings on the UBC grounds.” A competitive swimmer, Shannon had visited Saskatchewan previously but was unsure where they would settle. On a whim, he rented a car and drove to Saskatoon. “I was driving north on Idylwyld when I saw the flags and decided to check out River Landing. It was just after Christmas but I realized it was where I wanted to be.” It was a good choice. The Shannons moved to Saskatoon in 2007, settling into a cozy little bungalow on the border of the Mayfair and Hudson Bay Park neighbourhoods. Shannon, a carpenter by trade, spent nine months renovating their new home while the couple settled. “We were really here just to enjoy a

quieter life. I never intended to start a company and hire employees.” Then the boom struck and the Shannons realized the city was a fantastic place to be further involved in his trade. “We spent 2008 getting the paperwork together and in 2009 Delonix Construction was ready to operate,” he says, noting the company started as a renovation business. “I enjoy the interaction with my clients. I find the renovation side of the business really challenging but enjoy pushing myself that way.” The company has grown because it capitalized on some niche areas, Shannon says. “Number one is garage packages. Because of our sub-trades we can do everything from small to large 60-foot plus garages. The clients love it because we do everything – from excavation to finishes. They don’t have to outsource their own contractors.” Delonix has been building an average of 50 garages every summer. At the same time, it’s done kitchens, bathrooms, basements – even home additions. That success has seen the company grow C o n t in u ed o n p ag e 78

• CUSTOM FRAMING AFTER

• P H O TO R E S TO R AT I O N BEFORE

• M E M O R A B I L I A D I S P L AY S • PHOTOS ON CANVAS • UNIQUE DESIGNS • STOCK FRAMES • ART WORK

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TIRED OF COOKIE CUTTERS?

DELONIX co n tinued from page 76

In addition to bathrooms, Delonix also performs renovations of kitchens and basements. Supplied Photo

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confident enough to take the next step: new home construction. Shannon had put Delonix into several lot draws before finally securing a lot in Kensington. The past few months have seen the company hard at work constructing its first ever new home. “The difference between renos and new home building to me is just a matter of scheduling. I’m fortunate to have connected with some very good sub-trades – we’ve had the same plumber for the last five years and an electrician for four.” He says the Kensington build – a 1,402 square foot, two-storey home – is one of the new narrower style homes but that the company is adding innovations not usually seen. “For its size, it’s going to be one of the few homes with a mudroom and lockers, a large selling feature. It also has a fully developed basement. “We’re coupled on an easement with the neighbouring property, which adds about seven metres to the width of the property,” he continues. “We’ve pulled the house in a little so it’s not crammed against the one next door. We’ve also tried to centre it and added some cantilever for detail. This gives personality in the house – such as bigger windows and also a window on every wall, another rare thing in homes that size.”

He adds that stone and hardwood will be signature features in all Delonix homes. The home was listed in mid-February – after this edition went into production – but Shannon was confident it would sell quickly. “With our own employees we’re trying to culture a keen sense of the trade itself,” he says of his approach to building new homes. “I don’t want to sub out everything; I also want to have employees on staff who can do the work.” Shannon himself is involved at every step but especially on the turn-key side, ensuring customers are happy with the project. “I’m the guy who visits home owners, says I’m responsible for this and want to make sure they’re happy.” A young company, Delonix has worked to ensure it’s reputable. It’s a member of the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association as well as the Canadian Home Builders’ Association. It’s also joined the Progressive Home Warranty Program and was even offering third party warranty to renovation clients. “We believe this creates value for our clients and that both programs offer exactly what our clients need.” Delonix will continue offering renovations while it builds new homes. For more information, visit www.DelonixConstruction.com . LS

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DELONIX co n tinued from page 76

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confident enough to take the next step: new home construction. Shannon had put Delonix into several lot draws before finally securing a lot in Kensington. The past few months have seen the company hard at work constructing its first ever new home. “The difference between renos and new home building to me is just a matter of scheduling. I’m fortunate to have connected with some very good sub-trades – we’ve had the same plumber for the last five years and an electrician for four.” He says the Kensington build – a 1,402 square foot, two-storey home – is one of the new narrower style homes but that the company is adding innovations not usually seen. “For its size, it’s going to be one of the few homes with a mudroom and lockers, a large selling feature. It also has a fully developed basement. “We’re coupled on an easement with the neighbouring property, which adds about seven metres to the width of the property,” he continues. “We’ve pulled the house in a little so it’s not crammed against the one next door. We’ve also tried to centre it and added some cantilever for detail. This gives personality in the house – such as bigger windows and also a window on every wall, another rare thing in homes that size.”

He adds that stone and hardwood will be signature features in all Delonix homes. The home was listed in mid-February – after this edition went into production – but Shannon was confident it would sell quickly. “With our own employees we’re trying to culture a keen sense of the trade itself,” he says of his approach to building new homes. “I don’t want to sub out everything; I also want to have employees on staff who can do the work.” Shannon himself is involved at every step but especially on the turn-key side, ensuring customers are happy with the project. “I’m the guy who visits home owners, says I’m responsible for this and want to make sure they’re happy.” A young company, Delonix has worked to ensure it’s reputable. It’s a member of the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association as well as the Canadian Home Builders’ Association. It’s also joined the Progressive Home Warranty Program and was even offering third party warranty to renovation clients. “We believe this creates value for our clients and that both programs offer exactly what our clients need.” Delonix will continue offering renovations while it builds new homes. For more information, visit www.DelonixConstruction.com . LS

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Four questions to ask your cabinetry builder when starting a new or renovation project Q: What are the cabinetry materials, construction and interior details that will be used on my project? A: When designing a kitchen, it is easy to get caught up in the overall look and aesthetics of the space and lose focus on the function of your kitchen and its cabinetry. It is important to go over these details with your designer prior to construction to avoid any mishaps.

The type of hardware that will be used is extremely important and will greatly affect the durability and longevity of your cabinetry. Using soft-close, undermount slides will save your drawers from being slammed and needing to be replaced. Ask what type of hinges, slides and shelving clips will be used and how the drawers and doors are constructed. Some companies build their own boxes and order in manufactured doors. A company that produces their own boxes and doors will create a seamless finish as well as a quality product. This will also allow more design freedom as you are not limited to certain sizes by the manufacturer. It is important to make sure all interior accessories have been selected and incorporated into the design so there are no surprises upon installation. These items should be well labeled on the designs and can include anything from cutlery dividers to garbage bins and custom pullouts. Q: What do I need to sign off on? A: Before any plans go into production, you will want to review everything in detail and sign off on all drawings, colours and design specifications. Things to look for include any custom design details, accessories and correct door and drawer placements. Typically, you don’t need to worry about measurements or dimensions at this point as this is up to the cabinetry company to confirm.

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Q: What type of warranty does your cabinet company offer? A: A lifetime warranty is ideal as a confident cabinet maker will provide a fair guarantee for their quality of work. Still deciding between companies? Ask to see a few referrals. Upon request, companies may book appointments with previous clients so you can view their past projects. This allows you to see the quality and craftsmanship for yourself before making a commitment. If this is not available, ask to view pictures of their previous projects. Q: When can I expect my project to be completed?

Bespoke Cabinetry

F o r t h ose wa n t i n g t o m a k e a s tat e m e n t i n t h e i r h o m e , w h i l e l e av i n g a small ecological f o o t p r i n t, c o p p e r f i x t u r es are a trend growing in p o p u l a r i t y.

A: Both renovation and new build projects can cause noise, distractions, dust and inconveniences but it is important to remember that quality work takes time and doesn’t happen overnight. Check with your company once the designs have been completed for an estimated build and install time based on the size of your project. The bulk of most projects may happen in the first couple weeks, however there may be minor adjustments that will need to be made over the remaining weeks.

by Darla Read PHOTOS COURTESY OF CEN T ENNIAL 3 6 0

Charmaine Elmgren with Centennial 360 says one of the biggest advantages to copper fixtures is their environmental sustainability – something customers have increasingly asked about over the past decade. “These fixtures, produced by Native Trails, are all made from recycled copper,” she explains. “People are excited about that.” According to the Native Trails’ website, copper fixtures are also more sanitary - uncoated copper provides an antimicrobial living finish to the sinks. “The copper actually kills bacteria, which is great for the bathroom and even better for the kitchen,” adds Elmgren. They are also really unique, because each is hand-hammered. “Every piece is slightly different, so you won’t have the same as anyone else,” says Elmgren. It takes several days and thousands of hammer strikes to make a copper sink or tub. A video on Native Trails’ website shows the intricate process of heating the copper and then hammering each individual indent into the piece. The company works with artisans around the world to handcraft its kitchen and bath products from natural, sustainable materials such as recycled copper and reclaimed wood.

Elmgren says the video illustrates why such a product costs a bit more than an average sink or tub – it’s a hand-crafted product. “You’re paying for a more luxury product,” she notes. “It’s a unique style that you might call ‘contemporary rustic,’ and it’s not something you see every day.” While a copper fixture might seem a luxury product, it’s not unattainable. “Yes, it is more expensive, but if a person loves it and it completes their room then it is priceless,” says Elmgren. She advises consumers to calculate the cost per use of a product when determining its affordability. “People often come in and are shocked that a standard toilet with a strong flush costs around $300. If you think about how often that toilet is used and how many years you will have it, $300 really isn’t that much,” Elmgren points out. “We can easily spend that on one or two nights in a hotel room or on a couple of nice dinners with the family.” While there are copper kitchen sinks and even range hoods, Elmgren says copper sinks are more commonly being purchased for bathroom ensuites, as well as for wet bars. C o n ti n u ed o n p ag e 86

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kitchen designs By delta

Four questions to ask your cabinetry builder when starting a new or renovation project Q: What are the cabinetry materials, construction and interior details that will be used on my project? A: When designing a kitchen, it is easy to get caught up in the overall look and aesthetics of the space and lose focus on the function of your kitchen and its cabinetry. It is important to go over these details with your designer prior to construction to avoid any mishaps.

The type of hardware that will be used is extremely important and will greatly affect the durability and longevity of your cabinetry. Using soft-close, undermount slides will save your drawers from being slammed and needing to be replaced. Ask what type of hinges, slides and shelving clips will be used and how the drawers and doors are constructed. Some companies build their own boxes and order in manufactured doors. A company that produces their own boxes and doors will create a seamless finish as well as a quality product. This will also allow more design freedom as you are not limited to certain sizes by the manufacturer. It is important to make sure all interior accessories have been selected and incorporated into the design so there are no surprises upon installation. These items should be well labeled on the designs and can include anything from cutlery dividers to garbage bins and custom pullouts. Q: What do I need to sign off on? A: Before any plans go into production, you will want to review everything in detail and sign off on all drawings, colours and design specifications. Things to look for include any custom design details, accessories and correct door and drawer placements. Typically, you don’t need to worry about measurements or dimensions at this point as this is up to the cabinetry company to confirm.

www.kitchendesignsbydelta.com • 306.651.7578

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Make mine copper

Q: What type of warranty does your cabinet company offer? A: A lifetime warranty is ideal as a confident cabinet maker will provide a fair guarantee for their quality of work. Still deciding between companies? Ask to see a few referrals. Upon request, companies may book appointments with previous clients so you can view their past projects. This allows you to see the quality and craftsmanship for yourself before making a commitment. If this is not available, ask to view pictures of their previous projects. Q: When can I expect my project to be completed?

Bespoke Cabinetry

F o r t h ose wa n t i n g t o m a k e a s tat e m e n t i n t h e i r h o m e , w h i l e l e av i n g a small ecological f o o t p r i n t, c o p p e r f i x t u r es are a trend growing in p o p u l a r i t y.

A: Both renovation and new build projects can cause noise, distractions, dust and inconveniences but it is important to remember that quality work takes time and doesn’t happen overnight. Check with your company once the designs have been completed for an estimated build and install time based on the size of your project. The bulk of most projects may happen in the first couple weeks, however there may be minor adjustments that will need to be made over the remaining weeks.

by Darla Read PHOTOS COURTESY OF CEN T ENNIAL 3 6 0

Charmaine Elmgren with Centennial 360 says one of the biggest advantages to copper fixtures is their environmental sustainability – something customers have increasingly asked about over the past decade. “These fixtures, produced by Native Trails, are all made from recycled copper,” she explains. “People are excited about that.” According to the Native Trails’ website, copper fixtures are also more sanitary - uncoated copper provides an antimicrobial living finish to the sinks. “The copper actually kills bacteria, which is great for the bathroom and even better for the kitchen,” adds Elmgren. They are also really unique, because each is hand-hammered. “Every piece is slightly different, so you won’t have the same as anyone else,” says Elmgren. It takes several days and thousands of hammer strikes to make a copper sink or tub. A video on Native Trails’ website shows the intricate process of heating the copper and then hammering each individual indent into the piece. The company works with artisans around the world to handcraft its kitchen and bath products from natural, sustainable materials such as recycled copper and reclaimed wood.

Elmgren says the video illustrates why such a product costs a bit more than an average sink or tub – it’s a hand-crafted product. “You’re paying for a more luxury product,” she notes. “It’s a unique style that you might call ‘contemporary rustic,’ and it’s not something you see every day.” While a copper fixture might seem a luxury product, it’s not unattainable. “Yes, it is more expensive, but if a person loves it and it completes their room then it is priceless,” says Elmgren. She advises consumers to calculate the cost per use of a product when determining its affordability. “People often come in and are shocked that a standard toilet with a strong flush costs around $300. If you think about how often that toilet is used and how many years you will have it, $300 really isn’t that much,” Elmgren points out. “We can easily spend that on one or two nights in a hotel room or on a couple of nice dinners with the family.” While there are copper kitchen sinks and even range hoods, Elmgren says copper sinks are more commonly being purchased for bathroom ensuites, as well as for wet bars. C o n ti n u ed o n p ag e 86

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Nearly 640 acres and 13,000 people. This is Saskatoon’s newest community: Aspen Ridge. “Aspen Ridge likely will be approved by city council this spring and dirt work will begin sometime this year,” reports City of Saskatoon Land Bank manager Frank Long. “It’s expected the first move-ins will take place in 2015.” Located in the University Heights area, Aspen Ridge is just northeast of Evergreen. “We started the model of an urban village in Willow Grove,” reports Derek Thompson, Land Development project manager with the Land Branch. “The concept of a square with commercial development and mixed housing makes it like the ‘downtown’ of the neighbourhood. “The other feature was a linear park offering connectivity throughout the entire neighbourhood. We found that creating these makes the neighbourhood more sustainable. People tend to get out of their cars more like they do in some of the older areas such as Riversdale or Broadway.” For that reason, Thompson says those concepts were slightly tweaked but used in Evergreen and will be repeated in Aspen Ridge. McOrmond Drive, extended past Evergreen on its way to the future commuter bridge, will be the community’s main street. He notes, though, that Aspen Ridge will see at least one new innovation, based on public consultations known as Saskatoon

Speaks. “Rather than having an arterial roadway with earth berms and nothing fronting onto so that neigbourhoods have their back to that roadway, we’re transforming that.” “Through Saskatoon Speaks we heard that people wanted more mixed use, more mixed housing types, more walkable communities,” explains Tyson McShane, senior planner with the Land Branch. “They wanted a bit more urban in the suburban neighbourhoods. So this shift in thinking enabled us to create connectivity in Aspen Ridge, to make it more seamless even though it has a major, busy road running through it.” McShane says Aspen Ridge will be the first community in Saskatoon employing the new concept of a multiway boulevard. “We’re taking a busy road – McOrmond Drive – but making it more pedestrian and people friendly.” Rather than berms or sound walls, McOrmond Drive will be lined with higher density housing – buildings that tend to be taller. “There will be a wider boulevard and sidewalk but a new feature between those and the street is an access lane. This is where there will be parking, slower traffic and a bike lane. It’s essentially giving more separation between the commuter traffic and friendlier neighbourhood traffic, creating a much more walkable environment.” McShane adds that the multi-use, higher density housing will be concentrated around C o n t in u ed o n p ag e 82

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This area of land will soon be home to Aspen Ridge, Saskatoon’s newest and most densely populated community.

ASPEN R I D G E PU T S T H E UR BAN I N SUB URBAN BY TOM EREMONDI

Aspen Ridge’s nearly 13,000 residents will enjoy an urban village and a linear park while being able to choose from high density and single-family housing. 82

Nearly 640 acres and 13,000 people. This is Saskatoon’s newest community: Aspen Ridge. “Aspen Ridge likely will be approved by city council this spring and dirt work will begin sometime this year,” reports City of Saskatoon Land Bank manager Frank Long. “It’s expected the first move-ins will take place in 2015.” Located in the University Heights area, Aspen Ridge is just northeast of Evergreen. “We started the model of an urban village in Willow Grove,” reports Derek Thompson, Land Development project manager with the Land Branch. “The concept of a square with commercial development and mixed housing makes it like the ‘downtown’ of the neighbourhood. “The other feature was a linear park offering connectivity throughout the entire neighbourhood. We found that creating these makes the neighbourhood more sustainable. People tend to get out of their cars more like they do in some of the older areas such as Riversdale or Broadway.” For that reason, Thompson says those concepts were slightly tweaked but used in Evergreen and will be repeated in Aspen Ridge. McOrmond Drive, extended past Evergreen on its way to the future commuter bridge, will be the community’s main street. He notes, though, that Aspen Ridge will see at least one new innovation, based on public consultations known as Saskatoon

Speaks. “Rather than having an arterial roadway with earth berms and nothing fronting onto so that neigbourhoods have their back to that roadway, we’re transforming that.” “Through Saskatoon Speaks we heard that people wanted more mixed use, more mixed housing types, more walkable communities,” explains Tyson McShane, senior planner with the Land Branch. “They wanted a bit more urban in the suburban neighbourhoods. So this shift in thinking enabled us to create connectivity in Aspen Ridge, to make it more seamless even though it has a major, busy road running through it.” McShane says Aspen Ridge will be the first community in Saskatoon employing the new concept of a multiway boulevard. “We’re taking a busy road – McOrmond Drive – but making it more pedestrian and people friendly.” Rather than berms or sound walls, McOrmond Drive will be lined with higher density housing – buildings that tend to be taller. “There will be a wider boulevard and sidewalk but a new feature between those and the street is an access lane. This is where there will be parking, slower traffic and a bike lane. It’s essentially giving more separation between the commuter traffic and friendlier neighbourhood traffic, creating a much more walkable environment.” McShane adds that the multi-use, higher density housing will be concentrated around C o n t in u ed o n p ag e 82

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COMMUNITY c ontinued from page 82 McOrmond and Aspen Ridge’s village square. “This is a crucial feature because, at 50.09 people per hectare, the new community will be Saskatoon’s most densely populated.” The innovative design with concentration in the centre means that single-family homes on the perimeter will provide the lifestyle those buyers tend to prefer, McShane continues. “It’s really a perfect blend. People who want to live with a coffee shop around the corner will have that but people who want a quiet cul-de-sac will find that, too. There are numerous housing choices. “This is the type of neighbourhood that people could spend their entire lives in,” McShane exclaims. The perimeter of Aspen Ridge will see some natural features preserved, the most

notable being the northeast swale that borders its northwest boundary. The swale bumps against the river valley and is home to ponds, marshes and rich grassy stretches in the lowlands, wildflowers, waterfowl and migrating wildlife. “We’ve worked with Meewasin Valley Authority,” McShane says, “and the swale is designed so that people can walk into it. It will be preserved as a natural area and is really quiet.” “A green bridge will connect Aspen Ridge to the swale,” Thompson reports, noting the bridge is really more of an elevated narrowing of linear green space that crosses over McOrmond Drive. To the south of Aspen Ridge is the University of Saskatchewan’s Kernan Prairie as

well as its east management area. While these have no public access, the Kernan Prairie is preserved natural grassland that will afford people living next to it lovely seasonal views. Another unique feature of Aspen Ridge is that the Land Branch has a partner in its development. Victory Majors has about a quarter-share in the project. One last notable feature is the perimeter highway to the northeast of Aspen Ridge. While being developed by the provincial government and with a proposed future interchange, Aspen Ridge residents will have convenient access to the provincial highway system. For more information, visit the City’s website at www.Saskatoon.ca. LS

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COMMUNITY c ontinued from page 82 McOrmond and Aspen Ridge’s village square. “This is a crucial feature because, at 50.09 people per hectare, the new community will be Saskatoon’s most densely populated.” The innovative design with concentration in the centre means that single-family homes on the perimeter will provide the lifestyle those buyers tend to prefer, McShane continues. “It’s really a perfect blend. People who want to live with a coffee shop around the corner will have that but people who want a quiet cul-de-sac will find that, too. There are numerous housing choices. “This is the type of neighbourhood that people could spend their entire lives in,” McShane exclaims. The perimeter of Aspen Ridge will see some natural features preserved, the most

notable being the northeast swale that borders its northwest boundary. The swale bumps against the river valley and is home to ponds, marshes and rich grassy stretches in the lowlands, wildflowers, waterfowl and migrating wildlife. “We’ve worked with Meewasin Valley Authority,” McShane says, “and the swale is designed so that people can walk into it. It will be preserved as a natural area and is really quiet.” “A green bridge will connect Aspen Ridge to the swale,” Thompson reports, noting the bridge is really more of an elevated narrowing of linear green space that crosses over McOrmond Drive. To the south of Aspen Ridge is the University of Saskatchewan’s Kernan Prairie as

well as its east management area. While these have no public access, the Kernan Prairie is preserved natural grassland that will afford people living next to it lovely seasonal views. Another unique feature of Aspen Ridge is that the Land Branch has a partner in its development. Victory Majors has about a quarter-share in the project. One last notable feature is the perimeter highway to the northeast of Aspen Ridge. While being developed by the provincial government and with a proposed future interchange, Aspen Ridge residents will have convenient access to the provincial highway system. For more information, visit the City’s website at www.Saskatoon.ca. LS

BRINGING

Aspen Ridge will be home to Saskatoon’s first multiway street. McOrmond Drive will see four lanes of traffic as well as separate, bike, access, parking lanes and sidewalks separated by landscaped boulevards.

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insurance usually costs less than a package policy for your car. You can get it for around $220 a year, split up into 12 monthly payments.” He goes on to add that “at the very least, you want to ensure that you have liability coverage. And if you’re living in a basement suite, it might be smart to have some theft insurance, as well. It’s just better to be covered than not to be covered.” Whether you’re a home owner or a tenant, insurance brings you more than just coverage. “Yes, you get the financial re-assurance, but you also get a shoulder to lean on. It’s always traumatic for a person when something happens to their home, and they often don’t know what to do. After you’ve called the police, call your broker. Usually that day or the next we’ll be able to have an adjustor contact you, and

we’ll take the lead on getting the ball rolling on your claim. We’ll walk you through it. People appreciate the peace of mind that comes from talking with someone who is able to offer both emotional support and expertise.” Most importantly, McDougall stresses, “it is good to be aware of what you’re buying, of course, but don’t cheap out on home insurance. Look at the whole picture – an extra hundred dollars’ worth of insurance a year could make or break a claim.” But for the most part, he says, “very few people do go the most inexpensive route. It is worth the extra money to them, knowing that they are covered. Peace of mind is worth a lot.” If you are looking at home insurance, click on www.cherryinsurance.ca for a free online estimate, or to find your nearest Cherry Insurance location. LS

She says it’s a very select crowd that wants these fixtures, and notes they are more commonly seen luxury homes, whether they are new builds or renovations. Elmgren says copper fixtures have been sold to home owners in various areas in Saskatoon including Lakeview and a custom home on Temperance Street. Most popular at Centennial 360 is hand-hammered, nickel-plated copper, featuring a brushed, stainless steel finish. It’s a good option for those who prefer the silvery tone to the typical rusty colour of copper. Elmgren says people who are doing full-scale bathroom renovations might choose the copper sink, and then build the room around the product. “They would be redoing the whole style of the bathroom. The copper fixture sets a tone for the design format of the room. It’s the starting place that customers can build their room around.” Elmgren says choosing a copper sink or tub is part of a movement towards creating a retreat at home and starting with a focal point. Over the past few years, copper fixtures have enjoyed a rise in popularity similar to the trend of freestanding tubs and the resurgence of coloured tubs. “It’s not just about function but also about beauty,” she explains. “People are starting to make their homes a retreat. The thinking is, why not bring it into the home so we can have a retreat every day.” Elmgren says that means not “hiding away” functional items in the bathroom. “It’s showcasing them because they’re beautiful, whether it’s copper sinks or tubs. Design is moving in that direction.” Elmgren says when Centennial 360 began selling the Native Trails’ copper products a couple years ago, cabinets with a distressed wood look to them were also gaining popularity. Demand for copper fixtures increased because of the environmental aspect, the “retro” look, and the changing perspective of turning fixtures into focal points in the bathroom. “A copper sink or tub is a piece of art in itself. It makes a statement in a room. Design no longer needs to be sacrificed for functionality,” says Elmgren. LS

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insurance usually costs less than a package policy for your car. You can get it for around $220 a year, split up into 12 monthly payments.” He goes on to add that “at the very least, you want to ensure that you have liability coverage. And if you’re living in a basement suite, it might be smart to have some theft insurance, as well. It’s just better to be covered than not to be covered.” Whether you’re a home owner or a tenant, insurance brings you more than just coverage. “Yes, you get the financial re-assurance, but you also get a shoulder to lean on. It’s always traumatic for a person when something happens to their home, and they often don’t know what to do. After you’ve called the police, call your broker. Usually that day or the next we’ll be able to have an adjustor contact you, and

we’ll take the lead on getting the ball rolling on your claim. We’ll walk you through it. People appreciate the peace of mind that comes from talking with someone who is able to offer both emotional support and expertise.” Most importantly, McDougall stresses, “it is good to be aware of what you’re buying, of course, but don’t cheap out on home insurance. Look at the whole picture – an extra hundred dollars’ worth of insurance a year could make or break a claim.” But for the most part, he says, “very few people do go the most inexpensive route. It is worth the extra money to them, knowing that they are covered. Peace of mind is worth a lot.” If you are looking at home insurance, click on www.cherryinsurance.ca for a free online estimate, or to find your nearest Cherry Insurance location. LS

She says it’s a very select crowd that wants these fixtures, and notes they are more commonly seen luxury homes, whether they are new builds or renovations. Elmgren says copper fixtures have been sold to home owners in various areas in Saskatoon including Lakeview and a custom home on Temperance Street. Most popular at Centennial 360 is hand-hammered, nickel-plated copper, featuring a brushed, stainless steel finish. It’s a good option for those who prefer the silvery tone to the typical rusty colour of copper. Elmgren says people who are doing full-scale bathroom renovations might choose the copper sink, and then build the room around the product. “They would be redoing the whole style of the bathroom. The copper fixture sets a tone for the design format of the room. It’s the starting place that customers can build their room around.” Elmgren says choosing a copper sink or tub is part of a movement towards creating a retreat at home and starting with a focal point. Over the past few years, copper fixtures have enjoyed a rise in popularity similar to the trend of freestanding tubs and the resurgence of coloured tubs. “It’s not just about function but also about beauty,” she explains. “People are starting to make their homes a retreat. The thinking is, why not bring it into the home so we can have a retreat every day.” Elmgren says that means not “hiding away” functional items in the bathroom. “It’s showcasing them because they’re beautiful, whether it’s copper sinks or tubs. Design is moving in that direction.” Elmgren says when Centennial 360 began selling the Native Trails’ copper products a couple years ago, cabinets with a distressed wood look to them were also gaining popularity. Demand for copper fixtures increased because of the environmental aspect, the “retro” look, and the changing perspective of turning fixtures into focal points in the bathroom. “A copper sink or tub is a piece of art in itself. It makes a statement in a room. Design no longer needs to be sacrificed for functionality,” says Elmgren. LS

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High school students face a catch-22 when entering the job market for the first time: they need experience to get a job, but they need a job to get experience. E.D. Feehan High School made steps to solving this problem when the school restructured several years ago to offer more career-oriented programming. One class in their Career Academy lineup that’s been particularly successful is the Construction Technology course. In Construction 2030, students build a house from scratch, right on the high school’s property. “We start from absolutely nothing,” said Scott Hahn, the construction teacher. “And it’s a ready to live in house when it leaves here in June.” In the first semester, they set up the site, put in all the floor joists, put up the frame, shingle the house, install the exterior windows and doors, do the wiring and plumbing, put up the insulation and vapour barrier, and board it with drywall. In the second semester, they do all the mudding and taping, install the floors, install the interior doors, side the house, paint, stipple the ceiling, and install all the cupboards. Once the houses are complete, they

are purchased by Whitecap First Nation. “People are always a little skeptical,” said Hahn. “They’re high school kids, how good of a house could be made? Nothing could be further from the truth. They’re inspected, and we make sure everything is done right. They are very well built houses.” By the end of this school year, the class will have produced six houses in five years. Usually, they build one house per school year, but with the popularity of the program and support from the Knights of Columbus, they’ve expanded the class to run in both the morning and afternoon, allowing them to build two houses this year. Originally, the school had worked with Habitat for Humanity, bringing students to Habitat job sites in the afternoons. But after busing to and from the site, they would only have a short time to actually work on the house, and students would be scattered all over the site. After conducting a workshop on scaffolding, Breck Scaffold Solutions approached Hahn about sponsoring the program, and he jumped at the chance. This is their final year on a five-year contract with Breck, and while C o n t in u ed o n p ag e 92


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High school students face a catch-22 when entering the job market for the first time: they need experience to get a job, but they need a job to get experience. E.D. Feehan High School made steps to solving this problem when the school restructured several years ago to offer more career-oriented programming. One class in their Career Academy lineup that’s been particularly successful is the Construction Technology course. In Construction 2030, students build a house from scratch, right on the high school’s property. “We start from absolutely nothing,” said Scott Hahn, the construction teacher. “And it’s a ready to live in house when it leaves here in June.” In the first semester, they set up the site, put in all the floor joists, put up the frame, shingle the house, install the exterior windows and doors, do the wiring and plumbing, put up the insulation and vapour barrier, and board it with drywall. In the second semester, they do all the mudding and taping, install the floors, install the interior doors, side the house, paint, stipple the ceiling, and install all the cupboards. Once the houses are complete, they

are purchased by Whitecap First Nation. “People are always a little skeptical,” said Hahn. “They’re high school kids, how good of a house could be made? Nothing could be further from the truth. They’re inspected, and we make sure everything is done right. They are very well built houses.” By the end of this school year, the class will have produced six houses in five years. Usually, they build one house per school year, but with the popularity of the program and support from the Knights of Columbus, they’ve expanded the class to run in both the morning and afternoon, allowing them to build two houses this year. Originally, the school had worked with Habitat for Humanity, bringing students to Habitat job sites in the afternoons. But after busing to and from the site, they would only have a short time to actually work on the house, and students would be scattered all over the site. After conducting a workshop on scaffolding, Breck Scaffold Solutions approached Hahn about sponsoring the program, and he jumped at the chance. This is their final year on a five-year contract with Breck, and while C o n t in u ed o n p ag e 92


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they haven’t officially renewed any contracts by the time of print, there’s a lot of interest in continuing the program. They work with different companies almost every step of the way, bringing in professionals to teach the students and guide the work. Hahn says that without the support of their sponsors, the program wouldn’t happen. “It is kind of amazing,” said Hahn. “Every company we have asked to do any work with us, they have been more than happy to contribute and get their guys involved. They want to see people in the trades.” High school students from anywhere in the city are invited to attend the class, and they receive two credits per term. But the benefits go well beyond the academic. Students receive 300 apprenticeship hours towards any of the trades, and while they have no official statistics, Hahn says he guesses about 50 per cent of the students who take the course are going into trades af-

ter leaving high school. “We have employed lots of students,” he said. “Any one of our students who have applied for the summer internship have had full time employment over the summer in a trade. And lots have been hired to stay on full time if they’re in grade 12.” Even if the students take the course and discover the trades aren’t for them, they still leave having learned some useful lifelong skills. For the students attending the construction course at E.D. Feehan, the job experience dilemma has been solved to some extent, and Hahn is excited to be a part of that change. “I think it’s important for students to start thinking about careers, and this definitely gives them an opportunity to test the waters of what they might see in their future,” said Hahn. “It’s difficult for people to pick what they want to do for the rest of their life, and here you get to see it, you get to do it.” LS

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“ I t is kin d of a m azin g. Every c o m p a ny we have a s k e d to do any w ork with us, t h e y have been m o re than happy t o c o n tribute and g e t th eir guys involved.” – SCOTT HAHN, E.D. FEEHAN HIGH SCHOOL

they haven’t officially renewed any contracts by the time of print, there’s a lot of interest in continuing the program. They work with different companies almost every step of the way, bringing in professionals to teach the students and guide the work. Hahn says that without the support of their sponsors, the program wouldn’t happen. “It is kind of amazing,” said Hahn. “Every company we have asked to do any work with us, they have been more than happy to contribute and get their guys involved. They want to see people in the trades.” High school students from anywhere in the city are invited to attend the class, and they receive two credits per term. But the benefits go well beyond the academic. Students receive 300 apprenticeship hours towards any of the trades, and while they have no official statistics, Hahn says he guesses about 50 per cent of the students who take the course are going into trades af-

ter leaving high school. “We have employed lots of students,” he said. “Any one of our students who have applied for the summer internship have had full time employment over the summer in a trade. And lots have been hired to stay on full time if they’re in grade 12.” Even if the students take the course and discover the trades aren’t for them, they still leave having learned some useful lifelong skills. For the students attending the construction course at E.D. Feehan, the job experience dilemma has been solved to some extent, and Hahn is excited to be a part of that change. “I think it’s important for students to start thinking about careers, and this definitely gives them an opportunity to test the waters of what they might see in their future,” said Hahn. “It’s difficult for people to pick what they want to do for the rest of their life, and here you get to see it, you get to do it.” LS

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“In the process, I realized, ‘I really like this.’ I’m a person who likes to seek knowledge, so I thought, ‘If I’m going to do this, I’m going to do it right.’ I was already in my 30s when I decided to go to SIAST.” Brownbridge completed SIAST’s culinary program with the highest grade point average in his class. “Because I was older, I

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Tom Brownbridge From comic book creator to executive chef, Tom Brownbridge’s career has had some interesting twists and turns. “I started off as a writer and illustrator of comic books. I did that for half my life. While I was writing, I was a stay-at-home dad. I decided to learn how to cook so I could have meals ready when my wife came home from work,” says Brownbridge.

“In the process, I realized, ‘I really like this.’ I’m a person who likes to seek knowledge, so I thought, ‘If I’m going to do this, I’m going to do it right.’ I was already in my 30s when I decided to go to SIAST.” Brownbridge completed SIAST’s culinary program with the highest grade point average in his class. “Because I was older, I

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had to make sure that when I left SIAST, I hit the ground running. I worked my way up very quickly and picked my places carefully. I worked at Boffins, Soleio Foods and Dakota Dunes. Every place I chose to work was strategic; it had to advance my career and offer something I needed to learn.” Brownbridge now rules the kitchen as executive chef of Saskatoon’s new Holiday Inn, located at the corner of 22nd Street West and Pacific Avenue. No ordinary Holiday Inn, the downtown property is the Canadian prototype for the international hotelier’s new Hub concept. Hub enhances a guest’s in-hotel experience by combining the front desk, lobby, business centre, restaurant and bar into an open concept design with a residential feel. Brownbridge was asked to blaze a new trail and develop a restaurant that offered an innovative regional menu in addition to traditional Holiday Inn fare. “Because of Tom’s experience and knowledge base, we’ve been able to break that mold. Our parent company, IHG, has given Tom their blessing to create his own menu. We’re the only property in Canada that’s offering a menu that is exclusive to us,” says Adam Peterson, food and beverage manager with Holiday Inn Saskatoon. Brent Andrew, the hotel’s regional director of sales and marketing, says Brownbridge’s culinary innovations wow local diners and visitors alike. “There’s an opportunity for our guests to experience new foods and flavours they can’t enjoy anywhere else - saskatoon berries for example. Our international guests do backflips over that because they’ve never been exposed to it anywhere else.” Brownbridge also brings a new level of creativity to the hotel’s catering and banquet services. For every event, he prepares a custom menu to satisfy the client’s wishes. The Holiday Inn team begins the process with an in-depth consultation with the client; Peterson, Brownbridge and Andrew all participate in the conversation. Brownbridge describes himself as a “very bold kind of cook. I like a lot of power flavours and mixing things up.” His culinary philosophy can be seen in the dishes he prepared for our “In The Kitchen” session, which took place in one of the Holiday Inn’s three penthouse suites. Each has a full working kitchen. Brownbridge began by creating fluffy Lemon Lavender Scones lavished with clotted cream and fresh berries. “The flavours

For the confit: 2 lbs. pork butt or shoulder 1 Tbsp. black ground pepper 1 Tbsp. cinnamon 1 Tbsp. ground cloves 1 Tbsp. bay leaves 1 Tbsp. kosher salt 1/4 cup white wine Chopped tarragon Rendered pork fat or duck fat

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SHREDDED DUCK TACOS WITH CILANTRO LIME SLAW

2 cups unbleached all-purpose flour 1/3 cup granulated sugar + 1 tsp. 1 tsp. Kosher salt 1 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp. baking soda Finely grated zest of 2 lemons 2 tsp. finely chopped dried lavender, divided 4 Tbsp. unsalted butter, chilled 1/2 cup greek yogurt 1/2 cup buttermilk + 1 tbsp. 3/4 cup powdered sugar, sifted 2 Tbsp. freshly squeezed lemon juice

1 Tbsp. olive oil 1 cup julienned onions 4 cups duck confit, shredded 1/2 cup tamarind sauce 1/4 cup chopped green onions 12 small flour tortillas Vegetable oil for frying 1 cup grated monterey jack cheese 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1/2 cup sour cream 3 Tbsp. (or more) fresh lime juice 1 1/2 tsp. finely grated lime peel 1 jalapeno, seeded, minced 2 garlic cloves, pressed 1/3 cup chopped fresh cilantro 8 cups thinly sliced nappa cabbage and purple cabbage 4 green onions, minced (about 1/4 cup)

Center an oven rack and preheat the oven to 400°F. Line a baking sheet with parchment or a silicone mat. Place this baking sheet onto another one to protect the bottom of the scones from overbrowning (it’s not totally necessary but I like to do so). Set aside. Sift the flour, salt, baking powder and baking soda into a medium bowl. Add the 1/3 cup of the sugar, lemon zest and 1 ½ tsp. of the dried lavender. Mix to combine. Cut the chilled butter into half-inch pieces and drop into the bowl of dry ingredients. Using a pastry blender or your fingers, cut the butter into the mixture until it is evenly distributed and no large pieces of butter are visible. Combine the yogurt and a half-cup of the buttermilk in a glass measuring cup, whisk. Add to the dry ingredients and stir with a fork until the dough comes together. Coat your hands with some flour and pull the dough from the bowl onto a floured surface. Knead the dough lightly, folding and flattening it several times. Pat the dough into a 6-inch circle, approximately 1-inch thick. Using a 2 ½ inch round cutter, cut dough into individual scones and place on baking sheet. Bake the scones for about 8 to 10 minutes, until golden brown. Cool the scones on the baking sheet on a rack for 10 minutes. Meanwhile, in a small bowl, combine the remaining lavender, powdered sugar and lemon juice. Stir until smooth. Place the scones on the rack set over the baking sheet. Drizzle the icing over slightly warm scones. Serve with clotted cream and fresh berries. Makes about 1 and a half dozen.

In a sauté pan, over medium heat, add the olive oil. When the oil is hot, add the onions and sauté for one minute. Add the duck confit and sauté for one minute. Season with salt and pepper. Stir in the tamarind sauce and sauté for two minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Stir in the green onions and remove from the heat. In a large skillet, heat the vegetable oil for frying. When the oil is hot, fry the tortillas, a couple at a time, until golden brown, about two minutes. Remove the tortillas from the oil and drain on a paper-lined plate. Whisk mayonnaise, sour cream, 3 tablespoons lime juice, lime peel, jalapeno and garlic in large bowl. Stir in cilantro. Add cabbage and green onions; toss to incorporate evenly. Season with salt and pepper. Cover and chill one hour. To assemble, lay one tortilla in the center of each plate. Place a half-cup of the duck mixture on top of each tortilla. Top the duck meat with the shredded lettuce, tomatoes and cheese. Top with a second tortilla and repeat the latter procedure. Top each taco with the remaining tortillas. Garnish the tacos with the cilantro, lime juice and crispy duck skin if desired.

Rub spices thoroughly around pork, massaging inside as well. Wear gloves. (No massage certification needed!) Place pork inside a roasting pan, drizzle with white wine and sprinkle with tarragon. Cover, and keep refrigerated for 24 hours. Pour rendered fat over pork until covered. Wrap tightly with plastic wrap and aluminum foil and place in oven at 225°F for four hours until tender. Remove from fat and let cool. Shred with hands or a pair of forks. Again, gloves. Set aside.

To prepare Nachos: Cedar plank (soaked in hot water) Tortilla chips 1 1/2 cup grated cheddar cheese 1 1/2 cup monterey jack cheese 1 whole roma tomato, diced 1/2 vidalia onion, diced 1/2 bell pepper, diced 1/2 whole jalapeno, sliced thinly Preheat oven or BBQ to 375°F. To build the nachos, place a layer of tortilla chips on plank. Using tongs sprinkle shredded pork across the first layer. Top with cheese and toppings. Repeat layer. The layering process is crucial. Don’t dry chip your company, they know where you live. Every chip should have equal parts of each flavor. Finish with remaining cheese and place plank in oven. Remove when cheese is thoroughly melted and cedar begins to permeate from oven, about 15 to 20 minutes. Add diced avocado, cilantro and fresh lime juice on top if desired. Serve Immediately.

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had to make sure that when I left SIAST, I hit the ground running. I worked my way up very quickly and picked my places carefully. I worked at Boffins, Soleio Foods and Dakota Dunes. Every place I chose to work was strategic; it had to advance my career and offer something I needed to learn.” Brownbridge now rules the kitchen as executive chef of Saskatoon’s new Holiday Inn, located at the corner of 22nd Street West and Pacific Avenue. No ordinary Holiday Inn, the downtown property is the Canadian prototype for the international hotelier’s new Hub concept. Hub enhances a guest’s in-hotel experience by combining the front desk, lobby, business centre, restaurant and bar into an open concept design with a residential feel. Brownbridge was asked to blaze a new trail and develop a restaurant that offered an innovative regional menu in addition to traditional Holiday Inn fare. “Because of Tom’s experience and knowledge base, we’ve been able to break that mold. Our parent company, IHG, has given Tom their blessing to create his own menu. We’re the only property in Canada that’s offering a menu that is exclusive to us,” says Adam Peterson, food and beverage manager with Holiday Inn Saskatoon. Brent Andrew, the hotel’s regional director of sales and marketing, says Brownbridge’s culinary innovations wow local diners and visitors alike. “There’s an opportunity for our guests to experience new foods and flavours they can’t enjoy anywhere else - saskatoon berries for example. Our international guests do backflips over that because they’ve never been exposed to it anywhere else.” Brownbridge also brings a new level of creativity to the hotel’s catering and banquet services. For every event, he prepares a custom menu to satisfy the client’s wishes. The Holiday Inn team begins the process with an in-depth consultation with the client; Peterson, Brownbridge and Andrew all participate in the conversation. Brownbridge describes himself as a “very bold kind of cook. I like a lot of power flavours and mixing things up.” His culinary philosophy can be seen in the dishes he prepared for our “In The Kitchen” session, which took place in one of the Holiday Inn’s three penthouse suites. Each has a full working kitchen. Brownbridge began by creating fluffy Lemon Lavender Scones lavished with clotted cream and fresh berries. “The flavours

For the confit: 2 lbs. pork butt or shoulder 1 Tbsp. black ground pepper 1 Tbsp. cinnamon 1 Tbsp. ground cloves 1 Tbsp. bay leaves 1 Tbsp. kosher salt 1/4 cup white wine Chopped tarragon Rendered pork fat or duck fat

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96

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SHREDDED DUCK TACOS WITH CILANTRO LIME SLAW

2 cups unbleached all-purpose flour 1/3 cup granulated sugar + 1 tsp. 1 tsp. Kosher salt 1 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp. baking soda Finely grated zest of 2 lemons 2 tsp. finely chopped dried lavender, divided 4 Tbsp. unsalted butter, chilled 1/2 cup greek yogurt 1/2 cup buttermilk + 1 tbsp. 3/4 cup powdered sugar, sifted 2 Tbsp. freshly squeezed lemon juice

1 Tbsp. olive oil 1 cup julienned onions 4 cups duck confit, shredded 1/2 cup tamarind sauce 1/4 cup chopped green onions 12 small flour tortillas Vegetable oil for frying 1 cup grated monterey jack cheese 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1/2 cup sour cream 3 Tbsp. (or more) fresh lime juice 1 1/2 tsp. finely grated lime peel 1 jalapeno, seeded, minced 2 garlic cloves, pressed 1/3 cup chopped fresh cilantro 8 cups thinly sliced nappa cabbage and purple cabbage 4 green onions, minced (about 1/4 cup)

Center an oven rack and preheat the oven to 400°F. Line a baking sheet with parchment or a silicone mat. Place this baking sheet onto another one to protect the bottom of the scones from overbrowning (it’s not totally necessary but I like to do so). Set aside. Sift the flour, salt, baking powder and baking soda into a medium bowl. Add the 1/3 cup of the sugar, lemon zest and 1 ½ tsp. of the dried lavender. Mix to combine. Cut the chilled butter into half-inch pieces and drop into the bowl of dry ingredients. Using a pastry blender or your fingers, cut the butter into the mixture until it is evenly distributed and no large pieces of butter are visible. Combine the yogurt and a half-cup of the buttermilk in a glass measuring cup, whisk. Add to the dry ingredients and stir with a fork until the dough comes together. Coat your hands with some flour and pull the dough from the bowl onto a floured surface. Knead the dough lightly, folding and flattening it several times. Pat the dough into a 6-inch circle, approximately 1-inch thick. Using a 2 ½ inch round cutter, cut dough into individual scones and place on baking sheet. Bake the scones for about 8 to 10 minutes, until golden brown. Cool the scones on the baking sheet on a rack for 10 minutes. Meanwhile, in a small bowl, combine the remaining lavender, powdered sugar and lemon juice. Stir until smooth. Place the scones on the rack set over the baking sheet. Drizzle the icing over slightly warm scones. Serve with clotted cream and fresh berries. Makes about 1 and a half dozen.

In a sauté pan, over medium heat, add the olive oil. When the oil is hot, add the onions and sauté for one minute. Add the duck confit and sauté for one minute. Season with salt and pepper. Stir in the tamarind sauce and sauté for two minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Stir in the green onions and remove from the heat. In a large skillet, heat the vegetable oil for frying. When the oil is hot, fry the tortillas, a couple at a time, until golden brown, about two minutes. Remove the tortillas from the oil and drain on a paper-lined plate. Whisk mayonnaise, sour cream, 3 tablespoons lime juice, lime peel, jalapeno and garlic in large bowl. Stir in cilantro. Add cabbage and green onions; toss to incorporate evenly. Season with salt and pepper. Cover and chill one hour. To assemble, lay one tortilla in the center of each plate. Place a half-cup of the duck mixture on top of each tortilla. Top the duck meat with the shredded lettuce, tomatoes and cheese. Top with a second tortilla and repeat the latter procedure. Top each taco with the remaining tortillas. Garnish the tacos with the cilantro, lime juice and crispy duck skin if desired.

Rub spices thoroughly around pork, massaging inside as well. Wear gloves. (No massage certification needed!) Place pork inside a roasting pan, drizzle with white wine and sprinkle with tarragon. Cover, and keep refrigerated for 24 hours. Pour rendered fat over pork until covered. Wrap tightly with plastic wrap and aluminum foil and place in oven at 225°F for four hours until tender. Remove from fat and let cool. Shred with hands or a pair of forks. Again, gloves. Set aside.

To prepare Nachos: Cedar plank (soaked in hot water) Tortilla chips 1 1/2 cup grated cheddar cheese 1 1/2 cup monterey jack cheese 1 whole roma tomato, diced 1/2 vidalia onion, diced 1/2 bell pepper, diced 1/2 whole jalapeno, sliced thinly Preheat oven or BBQ to 375°F. To build the nachos, place a layer of tortilla chips on plank. Using tongs sprinkle shredded pork across the first layer. Top with cheese and toppings. Repeat layer. The layering process is crucial. Don’t dry chip your company, they know where you live. Every chip should have equal parts of each flavor. Finish with remaining cheese and place plank in oven. Remove when cheese is thoroughly melted and cedar begins to permeate from oven, about 15 to 20 minutes. Add diced avocado, cilantro and fresh lime juice on top if desired. Serve Immediately.

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KITCHEN c o n t in u ed f r o m p ag e 96 in the scone are delicate and subtle, while the cream is sinfully rich. This is a great Sunday morning brunch dish. If your mother-in-law is coming over, it’s sure to score you some points,” says Brownbridge. Brownbridge’s next two dishes reflect his love of street food: Pulled Duck Tacos, topped with duck crackling and served with Cilantro Lime Slaw, followed by Cedar Plank Nachos with Pulled Pork Confit. “I’m a great fan of street food. If I can find a way to take street food and give it a twist, I’m in my element,” says Brownbridge. He maximized flavours by preparing both proteins in a confit. “Instead of just putting sauce on pork and pulling it apart, we covered the pork in pork fat, let it cook for 12 hours and then we pulled it.” Subtle hints of cinnamon, cloves and allspice give the nachos an incredible flavour profile. Heating and serving the nachos on a cedar plank attaches a subtle smoky flavour to the ingredients. For his tacos, Brownbridge covered duck legs in confit, then slow cooked the meat for six hours. “We took them out and shredded the duck meat. I loaded it up with tamarind

THE BIG PICTURE BURGER

DRIVE-IN SAUCE:

“When preparing your burger meat, I like the idea of 1/3 Brisket, 1/3 short rib, 1/3 sirloin. Ask your butcher to make sure you get that great 15%-20% fat in your burger mix. Fat is flavour!”

4 Tbsp. (1/2 stick) unsalted butter 1 large yellow onion, chopped 4 cloves garlic, chopped 1 cup ketchup 3 Tbsp. tomato paste One 12-ounce can Coke 1/2 cup cider vinegar 1/3 cup Worcestershire sauce 1/2 cup packed dark brown sugar 2 tsp. chipotle powder 1 tsp. fine-ground white pepper 1 tsp. kosher salt

2 lbs. of burger meat 8 slices of American cheese 8 Tbsp. “Drive-in” Sauce (recipe follows) 4 toasted brioche buns 4 eggs When mixing your hamburger, don’t overwork it. Place meat at room temperature in a stainless steel bowl, salt and pepper liberally, working the seasonings into your mix. Take eight ounces of hamburger, quickly form it into a ball and place directly in a hot pan. With a spatula, press down firmly until the patty is about a ¼” thick. This is that fast food look we are aiming for. I like to have a little bit of pink in my burger, so I tend to cook it to medium rare or 140 to 145°F. Place two slices American cheese on patty and allow to melt. Toast your brioche bun and spread with one tablespoon of Drive-in Sauce on top and bottom bun. Fry your egg in a pan, sunny side up. Place egg on patty and press firmly. Let that yolk ooze out on the meat. Enjoy with a beer or Cherry Coke. Makes four burgers.

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sauce, which is very tangy and zesty in nature.” Strips of duck crackling (fried duck skin) add the essential crunch factor. Brownbridge loves taking American diner classics and elevating them to new heights. “The ultimate comfort food is the perfect cheeseburger,” he says. “The choice of meat is really important. At The Hub, we do a blend of ground chuck, short rib and brisket. It creates so much flavour,” says Brownbridge. Speaking of indulgent flavours, one decadent slice of his Bacon Toffee Cheesecake says it all. “I’m a big proponent of healthy food. But when I go out to eat, I want to indulge. I want bacon!” he laughs. Brownbridge is in the final stages of developing a new menu for The Hub, due to be introduced in April. “It will really centre and focus on our identity and who I am as a chef,” says Brownbridge. “ I don’t cook just for me, I cook for our guests. That means finding out what their interests are, what they’re craving, where the trends are going. I’m trying to constantly keep ahead of that.” LS

In a heavy saucepan, melt the butter. Sauté the onion and garlic in the butter until translucent, about 10 minutes. Add all the remaining ingredients and simmer for about 15 minutes, until the flavors have blended. Continue cooking until the sauce begins to thicken, 20 to 30 minutes. Taste and adjust the seasonings with salt and pepper if desired. Puree in a blender and let cool.

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KITCHEN c o n t in u ed f r o m p ag e 96 in the scone are delicate and subtle, while the cream is sinfully rich. This is a great Sunday morning brunch dish. If your mother-in-law is coming over, it’s sure to score you some points,” says Brownbridge. Brownbridge’s next two dishes reflect his love of street food: Pulled Duck Tacos, topped with duck crackling and served with Cilantro Lime Slaw, followed by Cedar Plank Nachos with Pulled Pork Confit. “I’m a great fan of street food. If I can find a way to take street food and give it a twist, I’m in my element,” says Brownbridge. He maximized flavours by preparing both proteins in a confit. “Instead of just putting sauce on pork and pulling it apart, we covered the pork in pork fat, let it cook for 12 hours and then we pulled it.” Subtle hints of cinnamon, cloves and allspice give the nachos an incredible flavour profile. Heating and serving the nachos on a cedar plank attaches a subtle smoky flavour to the ingredients. For his tacos, Brownbridge covered duck legs in confit, then slow cooked the meat for six hours. “We took them out and shredded the duck meat. I loaded it up with tamarind

THE BIG PICTURE BURGER

DRIVE-IN SAUCE:

“When preparing your burger meat, I like the idea of 1/3 Brisket, 1/3 short rib, 1/3 sirloin. Ask your butcher to make sure you get that great 15%-20% fat in your burger mix. Fat is flavour!”

4 Tbsp. (1/2 stick) unsalted butter 1 large yellow onion, chopped 4 cloves garlic, chopped 1 cup ketchup 3 Tbsp. tomato paste One 12-ounce can Coke 1/2 cup cider vinegar 1/3 cup Worcestershire sauce 1/2 cup packed dark brown sugar 2 tsp. chipotle powder 1 tsp. fine-ground white pepper 1 tsp. kosher salt

2 lbs. of burger meat 8 slices of American cheese 8 Tbsp. “Drive-in” Sauce (recipe follows) 4 toasted brioche buns 4 eggs When mixing your hamburger, don’t overwork it. Place meat at room temperature in a stainless steel bowl, salt and pepper liberally, working the seasonings into your mix. Take eight ounces of hamburger, quickly form it into a ball and place directly in a hot pan. With a spatula, press down firmly until the patty is about a ¼” thick. This is that fast food look we are aiming for. I like to have a little bit of pink in my burger, so I tend to cook it to medium rare or 140 to 145°F. Place two slices American cheese on patty and allow to melt. Toast your brioche bun and spread with one tablespoon of Drive-in Sauce on top and bottom bun. Fry your egg in a pan, sunny side up. Place egg on patty and press firmly. Let that yolk ooze out on the meat. Enjoy with a beer or Cherry Coke. Makes four burgers.

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sauce, which is very tangy and zesty in nature.” Strips of duck crackling (fried duck skin) add the essential crunch factor. Brownbridge loves taking American diner classics and elevating them to new heights. “The ultimate comfort food is the perfect cheeseburger,” he says. “The choice of meat is really important. At The Hub, we do a blend of ground chuck, short rib and brisket. It creates so much flavour,” says Brownbridge. Speaking of indulgent flavours, one decadent slice of his Bacon Toffee Cheesecake says it all. “I’m a big proponent of healthy food. But when I go out to eat, I want to indulge. I want bacon!” he laughs. Brownbridge is in the final stages of developing a new menu for The Hub, due to be introduced in April. “It will really centre and focus on our identity and who I am as a chef,” says Brownbridge. “ I don’t cook just for me, I cook for our guests. That means finding out what their interests are, what they’re craving, where the trends are going. I’m trying to constantly keep ahead of that.” LS

In a heavy saucepan, melt the butter. Sauté the onion and garlic in the butter until translucent, about 10 minutes. Add all the remaining ingredients and simmer for about 15 minutes, until the flavors have blended. Continue cooking until the sauce begins to thicken, 20 to 30 minutes. Taste and adjust the seasonings with salt and pepper if desired. Puree in a blender and let cool.

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CONSUMER GUIDE TO NEW HOMES & RENOVATIONS

2014

Building Homes, Building Communities, Building the Province


2014 BOARD OF DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE Alex Miller, Board Chair Innovative Residential Errol Blatz, Past Chair All Weather Windows Scott Hodson, 1st Vice-Chair Superior Cabinets Dave Hepburn, 2nd Vice-Chair Realty Executives

• Single family homes • Custom homes • Townhomes & Condos

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Terry Alm Realty Executives David Calyniuk North Ridge Development Corporation Ronn Lepage VerEco Homes Inc.

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2014 BOARD OF DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE Alex Miller, Board Chair Innovative Residential Errol Blatz, Past Chair All Weather Windows Scott Hodson, 1st Vice-Chair Superior Cabinets Dave Hepburn, 2nd Vice-Chair Realty Executives

• Single family homes • Custom homes • Townhomes & Condos

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Terry Alm Realty Executives David Calyniuk North Ridge Development Corporation Ronn Lepage VerEco Homes Inc.

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Lots available in Stonebridge, Hampton Village, Willows and Kensington

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306 374 6100 www.homesbydundee.com

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A Message from THE SASKATOON & REGION HOME BUILDERS’ ASSOCIATION The Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association has been the voice of the residential construction industry for the Saskatoon region for over 65 years. Our industry is one of the most important contributors to economic prosperity, social well-being, and the quality of life for families in all communities in the Province. As such, we are committed to the professionalism of our Association members, and the availability of healthy, safe and appropriate homes for all residents in the Saskatoon region and Saskatchewan. We understand that your home is the most important investment that you will make in your lifetime. Our industry members strive for the highest standards of professionalism through ongoing education and training, which allows them to offer you the best homes, highest quality products and excellent customer service. Collaborating with various stakeholders and levels of government, the Association works to ensure the responsible, healthy and sustainable growth of our communities and our province. We strive to improve building practices, promote rewarding careers, and offer quality services and protection for consumers. In order to ensure the continued growth and stability of our province, a well-planned strategy is necessary in order to provide appropriate housing and development options. We believe that having access to high quality, healthy, safe and attainable homes is vital to a strong economy and sustainable, vibrant communities. Saskatchewan has led the nation’s economic growth over the past several years with our diverse economy and job opportunities, and the residential construction industry continues to experience unprecedented growth which sustains the momentum and population growth. The Association will continue to work to ensure that our citizens have access to many choices of professionally-built, high quality, innovative homes. Whether you are looking for a builder or contractor, you want to purchase a new home or renovate an existing home, or if you just need advice, you can contact the Association office at (306) 955-5188 or visit our websites at: www.saskatoonhomebuilders.com or www.chbasaskatchewan.com We hope you enjoy our Consumer Guide to New Homes & Renovations. Together, the Association and our members work to ensure that we are Building Homes, Building Communities and Building the Province.

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A Message from THE SASKATOON & REGION HOME BUILDERS’ ASSOCIATION The Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association has been the voice of the residential construction industry for the Saskatoon region for over 65 years. Our industry is one of the most important contributors to economic prosperity, social well-being, and the quality of life for families in all communities in the Province. As such, we are committed to the professionalism of our Association members, and the availability of healthy, safe and appropriate homes for all residents in the Saskatoon region and Saskatchewan. We understand that your home is the most important investment that you will make in your lifetime. Our industry members strive for the highest standards of professionalism through ongoing education and training, which allows them to offer you the best homes, highest quality products and excellent customer service. Collaborating with various stakeholders and levels of government, the Association works to ensure the responsible, healthy and sustainable growth of our communities and our province. We strive to improve building practices, promote rewarding careers, and offer quality services and protection for consumers. In order to ensure the continued growth and stability of our province, a well-planned strategy is necessary in order to provide appropriate housing and development options. We believe that having access to high quality, healthy, safe and attainable homes is vital to a strong economy and sustainable, vibrant communities. Saskatchewan has led the nation’s economic growth over the past several years with our diverse economy and job opportunities, and the residential construction industry continues to experience unprecedented growth which sustains the momentum and population growth. The Association will continue to work to ensure that our citizens have access to many choices of professionally-built, high quality, innovative homes. Whether you are looking for a builder or contractor, you want to purchase a new home or renovate an existing home, or if you just need advice, you can contact the Association office at (306) 955-5188 or visit our websites at: www.saskatoonhomebuilders.com or www.chbasaskatchewan.com We hope you enjoy our Consumer Guide to New Homes & Renovations. Together, the Association and our members work to ensure that we are Building Homes, Building Communities and Building the Province.

SASKATOON & REGION HOME BUILDERS’ ASSOCIATION #11 - 3012 Louise Street Saskatoon, SK S7J 3L8 PH: (306) 955-5188 • TOLL FREE: 1-888-955-5188

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A Message from THE SASKATOON & REGION HOME BUILDERS’ ASSOCIATION The Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association has been the voice of the residential construction industry for the Saskatoon region for over 65 years. Our industry is one of the most important contributors to economic prosperity, social well-being, and the quality of life for families in all communities in the Province. As such, we are committed to the professionalism of our Association members, and the availability of healthy, safe and appropriate homes for all residents in the Saskatoon region and Saskatchewan. We understand that your home is the most important investment that you will make in your lifetime. Our industry members strive for the highest standards of professionalism through ongoing education and training, which allows them to offer you the best homes, highest quality products and excellent customer service. Collaborating with various stakeholders and levels of government, the Association works to ensure the responsible, healthy and sustainable growth of our communities and our province. We strive to improve building practices, promote rewarding careers, and offer quality services and protection for consumers. In order to ensure the continued growth and stability of our province, a well-planned strategy is necessary in order to provide appropriate housing and development options. We believe that having access to high quality, healthy, safe and attainable homes is vital to a strong economy and sustainable, vibrant communities. Saskatchewan has led the nation’s economic growth over the past several years with our diverse economy and job opportunities, and the residential construction industry continues to experience unprecedented growth which sustains the momentum and population growth. The Association will continue to work to ensure that our citizens have access to many choices of professionally-built, high quality, innovative homes. Whether you are looking for a builder or contractor, you want to purchase a new home or renovate an existing home, or if you just need advice, you can contact the Association office at (306) 955-5188 or visit our websites at: www.saskatoonhomebuilders.com or www.chbasaskatchewan.com We hope you enjoy our Consumer Guide to New Homes & Renovations. Together, the Association and our members work to ensure that we are Building Homes, Building Communities and Building the Province.

SASKATOON & REGION HOME BUILDERS’ ASSOCIATION #11 - 3012 Louise Street Saskatoon, SK S7J 3L8 PH: (306) 955-5188 • TOLL FREE: 1-888-955-5188

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dŚĞƐƐŽĐŝĂƟŽŶƵŶĚĞƌƐƚĂŶĚƐƚŚĞŝŵƉŽƌƚĂŶĐĞŽĨďƵŝůĚŝŶŐ͕ƌĞŶŽǀĂƟŶŐŽƌƉƵƌĐŚĂƐŝŶŐĂŚŽŵĞ͕ĂŶĚǁĞĂƌĞ ĐŽŵŵŝƩĞĚƚŽĞŶƐƵƌŝŶŐŚŽƵƐŝŶŐĂīŽƌĚĂďŝůŝƚLJĂŶĚĐŚŽŝĐĞĨŽƌŝŶĚŝǀŝĚƵĂůƐĂŶĚĨĂŵŝůŝĞƐ͘tĞďĞůŝĞǀĞƚŚĂƚŚĂǀŝŶŐ ĂĐĐĞƐƐƚŽŚŝŐŚƋƵĂůŝƚLJ͕ŚĞĂůƚŚLJ͕ƐĂĨĞĂŶĚĂƉƉƌŽƉƌŝĂƚĞŚŽŵĞƐŝƐǀŝƚĂůƚŽƚŚĞůŽŶŐͲƚĞƌŵŐƌŽǁƚŚĂŶĚƐƵƐƚĂŝŶĂďŝůŝƚLJ ŽĨĂůůĐŽŵŵƵŶŝƟĞƐ͕ĂŶĚƚŚĞĞŶƟƌĞƉƌŽǀŝŶĐĞŽĨ^ĂƐŬĂƚĐŚĞǁĂŶ͘ tĞĂƌĞĐŽŵŵŝƩĞĚƚŽ͗ ͻ ĨĂŝƌĂŶĚĐŽŵƉĞƟƟǀĞŵĂƌŬĞƚƉůĂĐĞǁŚĞƌĞŵĞŵďĞƌƐŚĂǀĞƚŚĞŽƉƉŽƌƚƵŶŝƚLJƚŽŽƉĞƌĂƚĞƚŚĞŝƌ ďƵƐŝŶĞƐƐĞƐƉƌŽĮƚĂďůLJ͘ ͻ ^ĂĨĞĂŶĚĂƉƉƌŽƉƌŝĂƚĞŚŽŵĞŽǁŶĞƌƐŚŝƉĨŽƌĂůůƉĞŽƉůĞŝŶ ^ĂƐŬĂƚĐŚĞǁĂŶ͘ ͻ ,ŝŐŚůĞǀĞůƐŽĨƋƵĂůŝƚLJ͕ƐĞƌǀŝĐĞĂŶĚŝŶŶŽǀĂƟŽŶĨƌŽŵƚŚĞ ƉƌŽĨĞƐƐŝŽŶĂůƌĞƐŝĚĞŶƟĂůĐŽŶƐƚƌƵĐƟŽŶŝŶĚƵƐƚƌLJ͘ ͻ ŶƐƵƌŝŶŐĞǀĞƌLJŚŽŵĞďƵLJĞƌŝƐĐŽŵĨŽƌƚĞĚŝŶŬŶŽǁŝŶŐƚŚĂƚ ƚŚĞŝƌŚŽŵĞĐŽŵĞƐǁŝƚŚĂŶĞǁŚŽŵĞǁĂƌƌĂŶƚLJ͘ ͻ ĚǀŽĐĂƟŶŐƉƌŽĂĐƟǀĞůLJĨŽƌƉŽůŝĐLJŝŶŝƟĂƟǀĞƐǁŚŝĐŚ ƐĞĞŬƚŽŵŝŶŝŵŝnjĞĐŚĂůůĞŶŐĞƐĨĂĐĞĚďLJƚŚĞƌĞƐŝĚĞŶƟĂů ĐŽŶƐƚƌƵĐƟŽŶŝŶĚƵƐƚƌLJ͘ ĞŶĞĮƚƐŽĨDĞŵďĞƌƐŚŝƉ dŚĞ^ĂƐŬĂƚŽŽŶΘZĞŐŝŽŶ,ŽŵĞƵŝůĚĞƌƐ͛ƐƐŽĐŝĂƟŽŶƐƚƌŝǀĞƐƚŽƉƌŽǀŝĚĞŽƵƌŵĞŵďĞƌƐǁŝƚŚƚŚĞƌĞƐŽƵƌĐĞƐƚŚĞLJ ŶĞĞĚƚŽƐƵĐĐĞĞĚŝŶƚŚĞƌĞƐŝĚĞŶƟĂůĐŽŶƐƚƌƵĐƟŽŶŝŶĚƵƐƚƌLJƚŽĚĂLJ͘ ͻ ŽŶƐƵŵĞƌŽŶĮĚĞŶĐĞͲŽŶƐƵŵĞƌƐĐĂŶďĞĂƐƐƵƌĞĚƚŚĂƚŽƵƌŵĞŵďĞƌƐĂďŝĚĞďLJĂŽĚĞŽĨƚŚŝĐƐ ĂŶĚŵĞŵďĞƌƐŚŝƉƌĞƋƵŝƌĞŵĞŶƚƐƐƵĐŚĂƐŵĂŶĚĂƚŽƌLJƚŚŝƌĚƉĂƌƚLJǁĂƌƌĂŶƚLJĨŽƌĂůůŽĨŽƵƌďƵŝůĚĞƌƐ͘ KƵƌƐƐŽĐŝĂƟŽŶŵĞŵďĞƌƐĚĞŵŽŶƐƚƌĂƚĞĂŶĚƉƌŽŵŽƚĞĐŽŶƐƵŵĞƌƉƌŽƚĞĐƟŽŶǁŝƚŚŝŶƚŚĞƌĞƐŝĚĞŶƟĂů ĐŽŶƐƚƌƵĐƟŽŶŝŶĚƵƐƚƌLJ͘ ͻ DĂƌŬĞƟŶŐͲdŚĞƐƐŽĐŝĂƟŽŶĐĂŶƉƌŽǀŝĚĞLJŽƵǁŝƚŚŽƉƉŽƌƚƵŶŝƟĞƐƚŽĞīĞĐƟǀĞůLJƉƌŽŵŽƚĞLJŽƵƌ ďƵƐŝŶĞƐƐ͕ƉƌŽĚƵĐƚƐĂŶĚƐĞƌǀŝĐĞƐƚŽďŽƚŚĐŽŶƐƵŵĞƌƐĂŶĚŽƚŚĞƌŝŶĚƵƐƚƌLJŵĞŵďĞƌƐ͘ǀĞŶƚƐƐƵĐŚĂƐƚŚĞ ,ŽŵĞ^ƚLJůĞƐ,ŽŵĞ^ŚŽǁ͕ĂƐǁĞůůĂƐŝŶĐůƵƐŝŽŶŝŶŽƵƌƉƌŝŶƚĞĚĂŶĚŽŶůŝŶĞŵĞŵďĞƌƐŚŝƉĚŝƌĞĐƚŽƌŝĞƐ͕ĐĂŶ ƉƌŽǀŝĚĞLJŽƵǁŝƚŚƚŚĞǀŝƐŝďŝůŝƚLJLJŽƵŶĞĞĚ͘ ͻ EĞƚǁŽƌŬŝŶŐͲdŚĞƐƐŽĐŝĂƟŽŶŽīĞƌƐŶƵŵĞƌŽƵƐŽƉƉŽƌƚƵŶŝƟĞƐƚŽĐŽŶŶĞĐƚǁŝƚŚŽƚŚĞƌ ďƵƐŝŶĞƐƐŵĞŵďĞƌƐǁŚŽƐŚĂƌĞĂĐŽŵŵŽŶĐŽŵŵŝƚŵĞŶƚƚŽƐƵĐĐĞƐƐ͘ ͻ ĚƵĐĂƟŽŶΘdƌĂŝŶŝŶŐͲdŚĞƐƐŽĐŝĂƟŽŶǁŽƌŬƐĐŽŶƟŶƵŽƵƐůLJƚŽŝŵƉƌŽǀĞƚŚĞƉƌŽĨĞƐƐŝŽŶĂůŝƐŵ ŽĨƚŚĞƌĞƐŝĚĞŶƟĂůĐŽŶƐƚƌƵĐƟŽŶŝŶĚƵƐƚƌLJĂŶĚĂůůŝƚƐĞŵƉůŽLJĞĞƐƚŚƌŽƵŐŚŽŶŐŽŝŶŐƚƌĂŝŶŝŶŐĂŶĚ ĞĚƵĐĂƟŽŶ͘ DĞŵďĞƌƐŚŝƉǁŝƚŚƚŚĞ^ĂƐŬĂƚŽŽŶΘZĞŐŝŽŶ,ŽŵĞƵŝůĚĞƌƐ͛ƐƐŽĐŝĂƟŽŶĐĂƌƌŝĞƐĂŵĂƌŬŽĨĚŝƐƟŶĐƟŽŶǁŚŝĐŚ ŝĚĞŶƟĮĞƐďƵƐŝŶĞƐƐĞƐĂƐŝŶĚƵƐƚƌLJƉƌŽĨĞƐƐŝŽŶĂůƐ͕ƚŽŽƚŚĞƌďƵƐŝŶĞƐƐĞƐĂŶĚĐŽŶƐƵŵĞƌƐĂůŝŬĞ͘dŽĮŶĚŽƵƚŵŽƌĞ ĂďŽƵƚƚŚĞƐƐŽĐŝĂƟŽŶŽƌŽƵƌŵĞŵďĞƌƐ͕ƉůĞĂƐĞǀŝƐŝƚŽƵƌǁĞďƐŝƚĞĂƚ͗ǁǁǁ͘ƐĂƐŬĂƚŽŽŶŚŽŵĞďƵŝůĚĞƌƐ͘ĐŽŵ or ƉŚŽŶĞ;ϯϬϲͿϵϱϱͲϱϭϴϴ͘

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY

A dŚĞĞƌƟĮĞĚWƌŽĨĞƐƐŝŽŶĂů,ŽŵĞƵŝůĚĞƌWƌŽŐƌĂŵŝƐĂĚŵŝŶŝƐƚĞƌĞĚƚŚƌŽƵŐŚƚŚĞĂŶĂĚŝĂŶ,ŽŵĞƵŝůĚĞƌƐ͛ ƐƐŽĐŝĂƟŽŶʹ^ĂƐŬĂƚĐŚĞǁĂŶ͘dŚĞƐƐŽĐŝĂƟŽŶǁŽƌŬƐƚŽĐŽŶƟŶƵĂůůLJĂĚǀĂŶĐĞƚŚĞƉƌŽĨĞƐƐŝŽŶĂůŝƐŵŽĨƚŚĞƌĞƐŝĚĞŶƟĂů ĐŽŶƐƚƌƵĐƟŽŶŝŶĚƵƐƚƌLJƚŚƌŽƵŐŚŽŶŐŽŝŶŐƚƌĂŝŶŝŶŐĂŶĚĞĚƵĐĂƟŽŶ͕ĂŶĚďLJƉƌŽǀŝĚŝŶŐĐĞƌƟĮĐĂƟŽŶŽĨŝƚƐŵĞŵďĞƌƐŝŶ ƚŚĞĂƌĞĂƐŽĨŶĞǁŚŽŵĞĐŽŶƐƚƌƵĐƟŽŶĂŶĚƌĞŶŽǀĂƟŽŶƐ͘dŚĞĞƌƟĮĞĚWƌŽĨĞƐƐŝŽŶĂů,ŽŵĞƵŝůĚĞƌƉƌŽŐƌĂŵƉƌŽǀŝĚĞƐ ĐŽŶƟŶƵĞĚĞĚƵĐĂƟŽŶĨŽƌďƵŝůĚĞƌĂŶĚƌĞŶŽǀĂƚŽƌŵĞŵďĞƌƐŽĨƚŚĞƐƐŽĐŝĂƟŽŶǁŽƌŬŝŶŐŝŶ^ĂƐŬĂƚĐŚĞǁĂŶ͘ ůůƵŝůĚĞƌĂŶĚZĞŶŽǀĂƚŽƌŵĞŵďĞƌƐŽĨƚŚĞƐƐŽĐŝĂƟŽŶŵƵƐƚĐŽŵƉůĞƚĞϭϭĐŽƵƌƐĞƐƚŚĂƚŵĞĞƚƚŚĞĂŶĂĚŝĂŶ ,ŽŵĞƵŝůĚĞƌƐ͛ƐƐŽĐŝĂƟŽŶ͛ƐEĂƟŽŶĂů^ƚĂŶĚĂƌĚƐƌĞĐŽŵŵĞŶĚĂƟŽŶƐ͘dŚĞĐĞƌƟĮĐĂƟŽŶĂůƐŽƉƌŽǀŝĚĞƐŚŽŵĞ ďƵŝůĚŝŶŐƉƌŽĨĞƐƐŝŽŶĂůƐǁŝƚŚďƵƐŝŶĞƐƐĂŶĚŵĂŶĂŐĞŵĞŶƚƐŬŝůůƐƚŚĂƚŵĞĞƚƚŚĞŝŶĚƵƐƚƌLJ͛ƐĚĞŵĂŶĚĂŶĚŶĞĞĚĨŽƌĂ ŚŝŐŚĞƌƐƚĂŶĚĂƌĚ͘dŚĞĮŶĂůŽƵƚĐŽŵĞǁŝůůďĞĂƌĞĐŽŐŶŝnjĞĚĂŶĂĚŝĂŶ,ŽŵĞƵŝůĚĞƌƐ͛ƐƐŽĐŝĂƟŽŶʹ^ĂƐŬĂƚĐŚĞǁĂŶ ĚĞƐŝŐŶĂƟŽŶƚŚĂƚŐŝǀĞŽƵƌŵĞŵďĞƌƐĂŚŝŐŚůLJĐŽŵƉĞƟƟǀĞĂĚǀĂŶƚĂŐĞŝŶƚŚĞŵĂƌŬĞƚ͘dŚĞƉƌŽĨĞƐƐŝŽŶĂůƐƚĂƚƵƐŝƐĂ ǁĂLJĨŽƌĐŽŶƐƵŵĞƌƐƚŽƌĞĐŽŐŶŝnjĞǁŚŝĐŚĐŽŵƉĂŶŝĞƐĂƌĞĨƵůůͲƟŵĞ͕ůĞŐŝƟŵĂƚĞĂŶĚĞdžƉĞƌƚďƵŝůĚĞƌƐǀĞƌƐƵƐƚŚĞĐĂƐƵĂů ďƵŝůĚĞƌǁŚŽďƵŝůĚƐŽŶƚŚĞƐŝĚĞ͘ Courses include: ͻ ͻ ͻ ͻ ͻ ͻ

ƵƐŝŶĞƐƐWůĂŶŶŝŶŐΘDĂŶĂŐĞŵĞŶƚ ƵŝůĚŝŶŐŽĚĞƐ ŽŵŵƵŶŝĐĂƟŽŶ ƵƐƚŽŵĞƌ^ĞƌǀŝĐĞ ,ƵŵĂŶZĞƐŽƵƌĐĞWůĂŶŶŝŶŐΘDĂŶĂŐĞŵĞŶƚ ŽŶƐƚƌƵĐƟŽŶdĞĐŚŶŽůŽŐLJ

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dŚĞĞƌƟĮĞĚWƌŽĨĞƐƐŝŽŶĂů,ŽŵĞƵŝůĚĞƌƉƌŽŐƌĂŵĂĚĚƐǀĂůƵĞĨŽƌĐŽŶƐƵŵĞƌƐ͘ƵƐŝŶĞƐƐĞƐƚŚĂƚĐŽŵƉůĞƚĞƚŚĞ ƉƌŽŐƌĂŵĂƌĞƉƌŽǀŝĚĞĚǁŝƚŚƉƌŽĨĞƐƐŝŽŶĂůĚĞǀĞůŽƉŵĞŶƚŽƉƉŽƌƚƵŶŝƟĞƐůĞĂĚŝŶŐƚŽĂďĞƩĞƌĞdžƉĞƌŝĞŶĐĞǁŝƚŚƚŚĞŝƌ ĐƵƐƚŽŵĞƌƐ͘dŚĞƐĞďƵŝůĚĞƌƐĂŶĚƌĞŶŽǀĂƚŽƌƐĂƌĞĂůƐŽŬĞƉƚƵƉƚŽĚĂƚĞǁŝƚŚĐƵƌƌĞŶƚƉƌĂĐƟĐĞƐĂŶĚƚĞĐŚŶŽůŽŐŝĞƐĂ ĐƵƐƚŽŵĞƌŵŝŐŚƚďĞŝŶƚĞƌĞƐƚĞĚŝŶ͘dŚĞďƵƐŝŶĞƐƐĂŶĚŵĂŶĂŐĞŵĞŶƚƐŬŝůůƐƚŚĂƚƚŚĞďƵƐŝŶĞƐƐĞƐŽďƚĂŝŶƚŚƌŽƵŐŚƚŚĞ ƉƌŽŐƌĂŵŵĞĞƚƚŚĞĐŽŶƐƵŵĞƌ͛ƐŶĞĞĚĨŽƌĂŚŝŐŚĞƌƐƚĂŶĚĂƌĚŽĨĞdžƉĞƌƟƐĞĂŶĚĐƵƐƚŽŵĞƌƐĞƌǀŝĐĞ͘dŚĞƉƌŽŐƌĂŵǁŽƌŬƐ ƚŽĐŽŶƟŶƵĂůůLJƌĂŝƐĞƚŚĞůĞǀĞůŽĨƉƌŽĨĞƐƐŝŽŶĂůŝƐŵĂŶĚƐĞƚĂŚŝŐŚƐƚĂŶĚĂƌĚĨŽƌƚŚĞƌĞƐŝĚĞŶƟĂůĐŽŶƐƚƌƵĐƟŽŶŝŶĚƵƐƚƌLJŝŶ ^ĂƐŬĂƚĐŚĞǁĂŶ͘ KŶĐĞĐŽŵƉůĞƚĞĚ͕ƚŚĞĞƌƟĮĞĚWƌŽĨĞƐƐŝŽŶĂů,ŽŵĞƵŝůĚĞƌƉƌŽŐƌĂŵĐŽŶĮƌŵƐƚŚĂƚƚŚĞďƵŝůĚĞƌŽƌƌĞŶŽǀĂƚŽƌŝƐ ǁŽƌŬŝŶŐƚŽƉƌŽŵŽƚĞƉƌŽĨĞƐƐŝŽŶĂůŚŽŵĞďƵŝůĚŝŶŐĂŶĚŝƐƵƉƚŽĚĂƚĞǁŝƚŚŶĞǁƉƌŽŐƌĂŵƐĂŶĚŝƐƐƵĞƐƚŚĂƚĂīĞĐƚƚŚĞ ƌĞƐŝĚĞŶƟĂůĐŽŶƐƚƌƵĐƟŽŶŝŶĚƵƐƚƌLJ͘/ĨLJŽƵĂƌĞůŽŽŬŝŶŐƚŽďƵŝůĚŽƌƌĞŶŽǀĂƚĞ͕ĐŽŶƐŝĚĞƌĂďƵŝůĚĞƌŽƌƌĞŶŽǀĂƚŽƌǁŚŽŚĂƐ ĂĐŚŝĞǀĞĚƚŚĞƉƌŽĨĞƐƐŝŽŶĂůƐƚĂƚƵƐŽĨĂĞƌƟĮĞĚWƌŽĨĞƐƐŝŽŶĂů,ŽŵĞƵŝůĚĞƌƚŚƌŽƵŐŚƚŚĞĂŶĂĚŝĂŶ,ŽŵĞƵŝůĚĞƌƐ͛ ƐƐŽĐŝĂƟŽŶʹ^ĂƐŬĂƚĐŚĞǁĂŶ͘

A.C. Flooring & Installations (2004) Ltd. PHONE: (306)931-8684 • FAX: (306)931-7702 2218 Millar Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7K 4L1 duanethome@acflooring.ca www.acflooring.ca

ASL Paving Ltd. PHONE: (306)652-5525 • FAX: (306)665-0087 1840 Ontario Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1T4 wmitchell@aslpaving.ca www.aslpaving.ca

BlackRock Developments Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-6635 • FAX: (306)955-0508 Box 7415 Saskatoon, SK S7K 4J3 blackrockdevelopments@gmail.com www.blackrockpads.ca

Adams Lumber PHONE: (306)652-5393 • FAX: (306)653-1112 1944 St. George Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7M 0K5 vic.adamslumber@sasktel.net www.adamslumber.ca

Associated Engineering (Sask) Ltd PHONE: (306)653-4969 • FAX: (306)242-4904 1-2225 Northridge Drive Saskatoon, SK S7L 6X6 georged@ae.ca www.ae.ca

Bondi Developments Ltd. PHONE: (306)221-0491 • FAX: (306)384-4513 1714 Pohorecky Rise Saskatoon, SK S7W 0J1 bondihomes@shaw.ca www.bondidevelopments.com

Advance Door Systems PHONE: (877)781-0207 • FAX: (306)781-0231 P.O Box 30028 Regina, SK S4N 4N0 jeff@advancedoor.com www.advancedoor.com

Authentic Homes PHONE: (306)934-3426 • FAX: (306)934-3428 Box 623 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 authentichomesltd@sasktel.net

Boychuk Construction Corp. PHONE: (306)374-3939 • FAX: (306)374-4411 Box 22039 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 boychukconst@sasktel.net www.boychukhomes.com

AECOM PHONE: (306)955-3300 • FAX: (306)955-0044 #200, 2100 8th St. E Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V1 reg.lalach@aecom.com Aerus PHONE: (306)244-5972 • FAX: (306)244-5973 #115 2750 Faithful Ave Saskatoon, SK. S7K 6M6 bp.stewart@sasktel.net www.aerushome.com

Quality Staircases and Railings

Where quality isn’t expensive. It’s priceless.

BP Banister Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-6338 • FAX: (306)955-6339 2941 Miners Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4Z6 bpbanister@sasktel.net

Barrier Coatings Ltd. PHONE: (306)933-9988 • FAX: (306)933-9838 3037A Faithfull Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 admin@barriercoatings.com www.barriercoatings.com

Brahm Development Corporation PHONE: (306)341-2919 • FAX: (888)502-1766 1910 Pohorecky Terrace Saskatoon, SK S7W 0J1 bobby@bdchomes.ca

Aidan Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)652-0485 • FAX: (306)652-0988 939 Greaves Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7W 1B2 pat@aidanhomes.ca www.aidanhomes.ca

Barry Homes Inc PHONE: (306)229-4117 • FAX: (306)249-0953 95 Tucker Cres Saskatoon, SK S7H H7 barryhomesinc@gmail.com www.barryhomesinc.com

Braid Flooring & Window Fashions PHONE: (306)244-1973 • FAX: (306)244-2727 1-2301 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 2Y1 info@braidflooring.com www.braidflooring.com

All Weather Windows Ltd. PHONE: (306)242-9600 • FAX: (306)934-5264 822-45th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0W5 eblatz@allweatherwindows.com www.allweatherwindows.com

Bath Fitter PHONE: (306)373-2638 • FAX: (306)373-2639 2213 D Hanselman Court Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8 sbedry@bocabathsystems.com www.bathfitter.com

Brant Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)291-0303 • FAX: (306)668-1051 P.O. Box 2061 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 brant@branthomesinc.com www.branthomesinc.com

Allan Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-5520 • FAX: (306)477-5521 317 103rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y9 chris@allanconstruction.ca

Baydo Development Corporation PHONE: (306)974-1727 • FAX: (306)974-1737 204 - 502 Cope Way Saskatoon, SK. S7T 0G3 baydo@baydo.ca www.baydo.ca

BREWSTER drafting.design inc PHONE: (306)281-8164 • FAX: (306)373-1544 338 Laval Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7H 4K8 w.brewster@shaw.ca www.brewsterdrafting.com

Bella Vista Development Corp PHONE: (306)280-5767 • FAX: (306)979-1269 P.O.Box 22080 RPO Wildwood Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 sheena@buildbellavista.com www.buildbellavista.com

Brock White Canada Company PHONE: (306)931-9255 • FAX: (306)242-7113 803 48th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0X5 thassen@brockwhite.com www.brockwhite.com

Beyond Measure Design Inc. PHONE: (306)974-3955 Box 30052 Saskatoon, SK S7L 7M6 info@beyondmeasuredesign.ca www.beyondmeasuredesign.ca

Budget Blinds of Saskatoon PHONE: (306)242-5706 • FAX: (306)242-5707 B102 - 2834 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X7 kqlang@budgetblinds.com www.budgetblinds.com

Amerispec Inspection Services PHONE: (306)652-8779 • FAX: (306)652-8711 #208, 3501 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7H 0W5 amerispecsaskatoon@sasktel.net www.amerispec.ca/saskatoon Arbutus Park Properties PHONE: (604)742-1211 • FAX: (604)742-1211 #204, 1529 West 6th Avenue Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1R1 jdrexel@arbutusproperties.com www.rosewoodsaskatoon.com

Ardel Steel PHONE: (306)244-8300 • FAX: (306)244-8302 202 Wheeler Street Saskatoon, SK S7P 0A9 bknutson@ardelsteel.com www.ardelsteel.com

C O N S U M E R G U I D E T O N E W H O M E S & R E N O VAT I O N S

B.W. Baerg Truss Mfg. PHONE: (306)244-2256 • FAX: (306)664-7079 3710 Thatcher Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7R 1C6 dborysko.bwb@sasktel.net www.brbaergtruss.com

BP Banister

Affinity Credit Union PHONE: (306)657-6832 • FAX: (306)653-0762 130 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 0G1 questions@affinitycu.ca www.affinitycu.ca

Arctic Spas PHONE: (306)477-4688 • FAX: (306)477-4678 602B 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 7J7 dave@arctichottubssaskatono.ca www.arctichottubssaskatoon.ca

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B.A.Robinson PHONE: (306)664-2389 • FAX: (306)664-2405 829 46th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0X2 rogerf@barobinson.com www.barobinson.com

C O N S U M E R G U I D E T O N E W H O M E S & R E N O VAT I O N S

Built In Vacuum Service PHONE: (306)244-2276 • FAX: (306)665-1705 2216 Avenue C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 3C3 builtinvac@sasktel.net www.builtinvacuumservice.com

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY

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A.C. Flooring & Installations (2004) Ltd. PHONE: (306)931-8684 • FAX: (306)931-7702 2218 Millar Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7K 4L1 duanethome@acflooring.ca www.acflooring.ca

ASL Paving Ltd. PHONE: (306)652-5525 • FAX: (306)665-0087 1840 Ontario Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1T4 wmitchell@aslpaving.ca www.aslpaving.ca

BlackRock Developments Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-6635 • FAX: (306)955-0508 Box 7415 Saskatoon, SK S7K 4J3 blackrockdevelopments@gmail.com www.blackrockpads.ca

Adams Lumber PHONE: (306)652-5393 • FAX: (306)653-1112 1944 St. George Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7M 0K5 vic.adamslumber@sasktel.net www.adamslumber.ca

Associated Engineering (Sask) Ltd PHONE: (306)653-4969 • FAX: (306)242-4904 1-2225 Northridge Drive Saskatoon, SK S7L 6X6 georged@ae.ca www.ae.ca

Bondi Developments Ltd. PHONE: (306)221-0491 • FAX: (306)384-4513 1714 Pohorecky Rise Saskatoon, SK S7W 0J1 bondihomes@shaw.ca www.bondidevelopments.com

Advance Door Systems PHONE: (877)781-0207 • FAX: (306)781-0231 P.O Box 30028 Regina, SK S4N 4N0 jeff@advancedoor.com www.advancedoor.com

Authentic Homes PHONE: (306)934-3426 • FAX: (306)934-3428 Box 623 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 authentichomesltd@sasktel.net

Boychuk Construction Corp. PHONE: (306)374-3939 • FAX: (306)374-4411 Box 22039 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 boychukconst@sasktel.net www.boychukhomes.com

AECOM PHONE: (306)955-3300 • FAX: (306)955-0044 #200, 2100 8th St. E Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V1 reg.lalach@aecom.com Aerus PHONE: (306)244-5972 • FAX: (306)244-5973 #115 2750 Faithful Ave Saskatoon, SK. S7K 6M6 bp.stewart@sasktel.net www.aerushome.com

Quality Staircases and Railings

Where quality isn’t expensive. It’s priceless.

BP Banister Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-6338 • FAX: (306)955-6339 2941 Miners Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4Z6 bpbanister@sasktel.net

Barrier Coatings Ltd. PHONE: (306)933-9988 • FAX: (306)933-9838 3037A Faithfull Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 admin@barriercoatings.com www.barriercoatings.com

Brahm Development Corporation PHONE: (306)341-2919 • FAX: (888)502-1766 1910 Pohorecky Terrace Saskatoon, SK S7W 0J1 bobby@bdchomes.ca

Aidan Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)652-0485 • FAX: (306)652-0988 939 Greaves Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7W 1B2 pat@aidanhomes.ca www.aidanhomes.ca

Barry Homes Inc PHONE: (306)229-4117 • FAX: (306)249-0953 95 Tucker Cres Saskatoon, SK S7H H7 barryhomesinc@gmail.com www.barryhomesinc.com

Braid Flooring & Window Fashions PHONE: (306)244-1973 • FAX: (306)244-2727 1-2301 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 2Y1 info@braidflooring.com www.braidflooring.com

All Weather Windows Ltd. PHONE: (306)242-9600 • FAX: (306)934-5264 822-45th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0W5 eblatz@allweatherwindows.com www.allweatherwindows.com

Bath Fitter PHONE: (306)373-2638 • FAX: (306)373-2639 2213 D Hanselman Court Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8 sbedry@bocabathsystems.com www.bathfitter.com

Brant Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)291-0303 • FAX: (306)668-1051 P.O. Box 2061 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 brant@branthomesinc.com www.branthomesinc.com

Allan Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-5520 • FAX: (306)477-5521 317 103rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y9 chris@allanconstruction.ca

Baydo Development Corporation PHONE: (306)974-1727 • FAX: (306)974-1737 204 - 502 Cope Way Saskatoon, SK. S7T 0G3 baydo@baydo.ca www.baydo.ca

BREWSTER drafting.design inc PHONE: (306)281-8164 • FAX: (306)373-1544 338 Laval Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7H 4K8 w.brewster@shaw.ca www.brewsterdrafting.com

Bella Vista Development Corp PHONE: (306)280-5767 • FAX: (306)979-1269 P.O.Box 22080 RPO Wildwood Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 sheena@buildbellavista.com www.buildbellavista.com

Brock White Canada Company PHONE: (306)931-9255 • FAX: (306)242-7113 803 48th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0X5 thassen@brockwhite.com www.brockwhite.com

Beyond Measure Design Inc. PHONE: (306)974-3955 Box 30052 Saskatoon, SK S7L 7M6 info@beyondmeasuredesign.ca www.beyondmeasuredesign.ca

Budget Blinds of Saskatoon PHONE: (306)242-5706 • FAX: (306)242-5707 B102 - 2834 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X7 kqlang@budgetblinds.com www.budgetblinds.com

Amerispec Inspection Services PHONE: (306)652-8779 • FAX: (306)652-8711 #208, 3501 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7H 0W5 amerispecsaskatoon@sasktel.net www.amerispec.ca/saskatoon Arbutus Park Properties PHONE: (604)742-1211 • FAX: (604)742-1211 #204, 1529 West 6th Avenue Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1R1 jdrexel@arbutusproperties.com www.rosewoodsaskatoon.com

Ardel Steel PHONE: (306)244-8300 • FAX: (306)244-8302 202 Wheeler Street Saskatoon, SK S7P 0A9 bknutson@ardelsteel.com www.ardelsteel.com

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B.W. Baerg Truss Mfg. PHONE: (306)244-2256 • FAX: (306)664-7079 3710 Thatcher Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7R 1C6 dborysko.bwb@sasktel.net www.brbaergtruss.com

BP Banister

Affinity Credit Union PHONE: (306)657-6832 • FAX: (306)653-0762 130 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 0G1 questions@affinitycu.ca www.affinitycu.ca

Arctic Spas PHONE: (306)477-4688 • FAX: (306)477-4678 602B 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 7J7 dave@arctichottubssaskatono.ca www.arctichottubssaskatoon.ca

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B.A.Robinson PHONE: (306)664-2389 • FAX: (306)664-2405 829 46th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0X2 rogerf@barobinson.com www.barobinson.com

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Built In Vacuum Service PHONE: (306)244-2276 • FAX: (306)665-1705 2216 Avenue C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 3C3 builtinvac@sasktel.net www.builtinvacuumservice.com

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Denovo Window & Door PHONE: (306)384-5310 • FAX: (306)384-5311 203 C&D 47th Street E Saskatoon, SK S7K 5H1 info@denovowindows.com www.denovowindows.com

CADvantage Design Ltd. PHONE: (306)373-3805 • FAX: (306)373-3806 110-4002 Arthur Rose Ave Saskatoon, SK S7P 0C9 doug@cadvantagedesign.com www.cadvantagedesign.com

Coldwell Banker ResCom Realty PHONE: (306)652-2882 • FAX: (306)652-0929 336-105th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z3 rich-jeanneau@coldwellbanker.ca www.coldwellbankersaskatoon.ca

Campbell Custom Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-2267 • FAX: (306)477-2258 #106 - 502 Cope Way Saskatoon, SK S7T 0G3 info@campbellhomes.ca www.campbellhomes.ca

Conam Developments PHONE: (306)291-3469 PO Box 22027; RPO Wildwood Saskatoon, SK S7M 5P1 conamdevelopments@sasktel.net

Canada Mortgage & Housing Corp. PHONE: (306)975-5908 • FAX: (306)975-6066 119 4th Ave South, Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X2 ldagenai@cmhc-schl.gc.ca www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca Canadian Basement Replacements PHONE: (306)931-2249 • FAX: (306)931-6186 P.O.Box 730 Warman, SK. S0K 4S0 kerry.nbm@gmail.com www.basementreplacements.ca Centennial 360 PHONE: (306)665-5366 • FAX: (306)934-0577 710 - 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 4K4 centennialplumbing@sasktel.net www.centennialplumbing.com

Century 21 Fusion Realty Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-8222 • FAX: (306)242-5503 210 – 310 Wellman Lane Saskatoon, SK S7T 0J1 www.century21fusion.ca CFN Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-3023 146 Pulles Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7R 0B4 gerard@cfnconstruction.ca Character Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-4300 • FAX: (306)955-7760 110 Brookhurst Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7V 1C5 character.homes@sasktel.net Cherry Insurance Ltd PHONE: (306)955-3131 • FAX: (306)374-8074 206 Circle Drive E Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0T5 amcdougall@cherryinsurance.net City Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)261-5336 • FAX: (306)979-2733 734 Leddingham Place Saskatoon, SK S7V 0B6 home@cityhomeslimited.com www.cityhomeslimited.com Coast Wholesale Appliances LP PHONE: (306)933-4993 • FAX: (306)933-2994 #1 - 2345 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 2Y3 pschwark@coastappliances.com www.coastappliances.com Cody Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)220-6409 1030 Paton Terrace Saskatoon, SK. S7W 0C1 info@codyconstructionltd.com www.codyconstructionltd.com

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Dream Home Appraisal Company PHONE: (306)934-4455 • FAX: (306)934-4425 1308 - 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0S8 b.lucyshyn@dhasask.com www.dhasask.com

Conexus Credit Union PHONE: (306)651-4505 • FAX: (306)651-5161 703 Circle Drive East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0V1 robert.ewashko@conexus.ca www.conexus.ca

Dundee Developments PHONE: (306)374-6100 • FAX: (306)955-7673 #112 - 2100 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V1 dluczka@dundeerealty.com www.dundeedevelopments.com

Convoy Supply Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-5402 • FAX: (306)653-5410 803 - 46th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0X1 saskatoon@convoy-supply.com www.convoy-supply.com

Dynasty Spas PHONE: (306)664-8827 #19, 510 Circle Drive E Saskatoon, SK. S7K 7C7 rochelle_8@hotmail.com

Cornerstone Flooring & Interiors PHONE: (306)955-4441 • FAX: (306)955-8118 #7, 844 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 5C7 cornerstoneflooring@sasktel.net www.cornerstoneflooring.ca CQ Flooring Ltd. PHONE: (306)931-8080 • FAX: (306)242-4311 #7 - 805 Circle Drive East Saskatoon, SK S7K 3S4 cqflooring@sasktel.net www.cqflooring.com Creative Door Services Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-5886 • FAX: (306)653-5875 400B - 41st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 8E7 saskatoon@creativedoor.com www.creativedoor.com CTV Saskatoon PHONE: (306)665-9323 • FAX: (306)665-0450 #216 - 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 3W3 susan.propp@ctv.ca www.ctvsaskatoon.ca Cuelenaere, Kendall, Katzman & Watson PHONE: (306)653-5000 • FAX: (306)652-4171 #500, 128 4th AvenueSouth Saskatoon, SK S7K 1M8 bjamieson@cuelenaere.com www.cuelenaere.com

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D&S Homes/D&S Developments PHONE: (306)374-4774 • FAX: (306)373-2523 Box 8622 Saskatoon, SK S7K 6K7 dennis@dshomes.ca www.dshomes.ca

Daytona Homes Saskatoon PHONE: (306)779-2288 #200 - 1112 Winnipeg Street Regina, SK S4R 1J6 Daytonahomes.ca Delonix Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)341-2184 • FAX: (306)382-3874 1413 Avenue I North Saskatoon, SK S7L 2J4 daryl@delonixconstruction.com www.delonixconstruction.com

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Ehrenburg Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)384-1473 • FAX: (306)384-6999 1802 Ontario Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1T3 castlecompany@ehrenburg.com www.ehrenburg.com

Enercon Products Ltd. PHONE: (306)242-7577 • FAX: (306)242-7057 139 29th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7L 6Y6 lkovitch@enerconroof.com www.enerconroof.com Evermore Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)249-4933 • FAX: (306)249-4981 P.O. Box 591 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 roger@evermorehomes.ca www.evermorehomes.ca

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Federated Insurance PHONE: (306)244-4131 • FAX: (306)664-6400 31 - 1736 Quebec Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7K 1V9 carman.davies@federated.ca www.federated.ca Final Draft Co. Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-5954 •FAX: (306)477-5938 Bay A5C, 116 - 103rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y7 brett.finaldraft@sasktel.net Flo-Form Countertops (Custom Countertops) PHONE: (306)665-7733 • FAX: (306)664-2172 #10-710 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A2 krendek@floform.com www.floform.com Floor Covering Direct PHONE: (306)374-2500 • FAX: (306)374-2208 301B-22nd Street West Saskatoon, SK S7M 5W5 info@floorcoveringdirect.ca www.floorcoveringdirect.ca

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G.R. Distributors Inc. PHONE: (800)668-4500 • FAX: (866)677-9315 1260 McDonald Street Regina, SK S4N 4X6 michael@grdist.com www.grdist.com

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Denovo Window & Door PHONE: (306)384-5310 • FAX: (306)384-5311 203 C&D 47th Street E Saskatoon, SK S7K 5H1 info@denovowindows.com www.denovowindows.com

CADvantage Design Ltd. PHONE: (306)373-3805 • FAX: (306)373-3806 110-4002 Arthur Rose Ave Saskatoon, SK S7P 0C9 doug@cadvantagedesign.com www.cadvantagedesign.com

Coldwell Banker ResCom Realty PHONE: (306)652-2882 • FAX: (306)652-0929 336-105th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z3 rich-jeanneau@coldwellbanker.ca www.coldwellbankersaskatoon.ca

Campbell Custom Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-2267 • FAX: (306)477-2258 #106 - 502 Cope Way Saskatoon, SK S7T 0G3 info@campbellhomes.ca www.campbellhomes.ca

Conam Developments PHONE: (306)291-3469 PO Box 22027; RPO Wildwood Saskatoon, SK S7M 5P1 conamdevelopments@sasktel.net

Canada Mortgage & Housing Corp. PHONE: (306)975-5908 • FAX: (306)975-6066 119 4th Ave South, Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X2 ldagenai@cmhc-schl.gc.ca www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca Canadian Basement Replacements PHONE: (306)931-2249 • FAX: (306)931-6186 P.O.Box 730 Warman, SK. S0K 4S0 kerry.nbm@gmail.com www.basementreplacements.ca Centennial 360 PHONE: (306)665-5366 • FAX: (306)934-0577 710 - 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 4K4 centennialplumbing@sasktel.net www.centennialplumbing.com

Century 21 Fusion Realty Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-8222 • FAX: (306)242-5503 210 – 310 Wellman Lane Saskatoon, SK S7T 0J1 www.century21fusion.ca CFN Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-3023 146 Pulles Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7R 0B4 gerard@cfnconstruction.ca Character Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-4300 • FAX: (306)955-7760 110 Brookhurst Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7V 1C5 character.homes@sasktel.net Cherry Insurance Ltd PHONE: (306)955-3131 • FAX: (306)374-8074 206 Circle Drive E Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0T5 amcdougall@cherryinsurance.net City Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)261-5336 • FAX: (306)979-2733 734 Leddingham Place Saskatoon, SK S7V 0B6 home@cityhomeslimited.com www.cityhomeslimited.com Coast Wholesale Appliances LP PHONE: (306)933-4993 • FAX: (306)933-2994 #1 - 2345 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 2Y3 pschwark@coastappliances.com www.coastappliances.com Cody Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)220-6409 1030 Paton Terrace Saskatoon, SK. S7W 0C1 info@codyconstructionltd.com www.codyconstructionltd.com

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Dream Home Appraisal Company PHONE: (306)934-4455 • FAX: (306)934-4425 1308 - 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0S8 b.lucyshyn@dhasask.com www.dhasask.com

Conexus Credit Union PHONE: (306)651-4505 • FAX: (306)651-5161 703 Circle Drive East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0V1 robert.ewashko@conexus.ca www.conexus.ca

Dundee Developments PHONE: (306)374-6100 • FAX: (306)955-7673 #112 - 2100 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V1 dluczka@dundeerealty.com www.dundeedevelopments.com

Convoy Supply Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-5402 • FAX: (306)653-5410 803 - 46th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0X1 saskatoon@convoy-supply.com www.convoy-supply.com

Dynasty Spas PHONE: (306)664-8827 #19, 510 Circle Drive E Saskatoon, SK. S7K 7C7 rochelle_8@hotmail.com

Cornerstone Flooring & Interiors PHONE: (306)955-4441 • FAX: (306)955-8118 #7, 844 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 5C7 cornerstoneflooring@sasktel.net www.cornerstoneflooring.ca CQ Flooring Ltd. PHONE: (306)931-8080 • FAX: (306)242-4311 #7 - 805 Circle Drive East Saskatoon, SK S7K 3S4 cqflooring@sasktel.net www.cqflooring.com Creative Door Services Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-5886 • FAX: (306)653-5875 400B - 41st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 8E7 saskatoon@creativedoor.com www.creativedoor.com CTV Saskatoon PHONE: (306)665-9323 • FAX: (306)665-0450 #216 - 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 3W3 susan.propp@ctv.ca www.ctvsaskatoon.ca Cuelenaere, Kendall, Katzman & Watson PHONE: (306)653-5000 • FAX: (306)652-4171 #500, 128 4th AvenueSouth Saskatoon, SK S7K 1M8 bjamieson@cuelenaere.com www.cuelenaere.com

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D&S Homes/D&S Developments PHONE: (306)374-4774 • FAX: (306)373-2523 Box 8622 Saskatoon, SK S7K 6K7 dennis@dshomes.ca www.dshomes.ca

Daytona Homes Saskatoon PHONE: (306)779-2288 #200 - 1112 Winnipeg Street Regina, SK S4R 1J6 Daytonahomes.ca Delonix Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)341-2184 • FAX: (306)382-3874 1413 Avenue I North Saskatoon, SK S7L 2J4 daryl@delonixconstruction.com www.delonixconstruction.com

Inspired by vision Driven by passion

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Ehrenburg Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)384-1473 • FAX: (306)384-6999 1802 Ontario Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1T3 castlecompany@ehrenburg.com www.ehrenburg.com

Enercon Products Ltd. PHONE: (306)242-7577 • FAX: (306)242-7057 139 29th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7L 6Y6 lkovitch@enerconroof.com www.enerconroof.com Evermore Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)249-4933 • FAX: (306)249-4981 P.O. Box 591 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 roger@evermorehomes.ca www.evermorehomes.ca

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Federated Insurance PHONE: (306)244-4131 • FAX: (306)664-6400 31 - 1736 Quebec Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7K 1V9 carman.davies@federated.ca www.federated.ca Final Draft Co. Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-5954 •FAX: (306)477-5938 Bay A5C, 116 - 103rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y7 brett.finaldraft@sasktel.net Flo-Form Countertops (Custom Countertops) PHONE: (306)665-7733 • FAX: (306)664-2172 #10-710 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A2 krendek@floform.com www.floform.com Floor Covering Direct PHONE: (306)374-2500 • FAX: (306)374-2208 301B-22nd Street West Saskatoon, SK S7M 5W5 info@floorcoveringdirect.ca www.floorcoveringdirect.ca

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G.R. Distributors Inc. PHONE: (800)668-4500 • FAX: (866)677-9315 1260 McDonald Street Regina, SK S4N 4X6 michael@grdist.com www.grdist.com

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DIRECTORY CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8 Gaba Granite PHONE: (306)649-4222 • FAX: (306)649-4242 3-3603 Millar Ave Saskatoon, SK S7P 0B2 sales@gabagranite.ca

Helgason Roofing Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-1996 • FAX: (306)933-1288 611-48th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 6G2 helgasonroofing@sasktel.net

Gentek Building Products Ltd. PHONE: (306)975-0049 • FAX: (306)975-0076 #7 - 501 Pakwa Place Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A3 brian_webb@gentek.ca www.gentek.ca

Holinaty Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)934-4498 • FAX: (306)934-4498 203 Davies Road Saskatoon, SK S7K 7M9 g.holinaty@gmail.com

Geoscape Design PHONE: (306)222-8065 314 Fehr Crescent Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 danychuk@sasktel.net

Homes by Daon PHONE: (306)668-9933 • FAX: (306)668-9933 R.R. #2 Station Main Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J5 daonco@xplornet.com www.daonconstruction.com

Homes by Dundee PHONE: (306)374-6100 • FAX: (306)955-7673 #112 - 2100 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V1 mlewis@dundeerealty.com www.homesbydundee.com Homes by Ens PHONE: (306)933-9864 • FAX: (306)933-4414 P.O. Box 1622 Station Main Saskatoon S7K 3R8 homesbyens@sasktel.net www.homesbyens.com

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Global Exteriors PHONE: (306)222-5190 • FAX: (306)978-6606 #4 - 833 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6C2 sales@globalexteriors.com www.globalexteriors.com

The best just got a whole lot better.

Global Television PHONE: (306)978-6369 • FAX: (306)665-6069 218 Robin Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7L 7C3 jennifer.shewchuk@shawmedia.ca www.globalnews.ca/saskatoon Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce PHONE: (306)244-2151 • FAX: (306)244-8366 104 - 202 4th Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 1M6 chamber@saskatoonchamber.com www.saskatoonchamber.com Green Villas Construction Ltd PHONE: (306)974-7161 • FAX: (888)414-3709 PO Box 22004 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 management@greenvillas.ca greenvillas.ca Greystone Homes Inc PHONE: (306)373-1430 • FAX: (306)477-0073 632 East Place Saskatoon, SK S7J 2Z3 ben@greystonehomesinc.com www.greystonehomesinc.com GT Flooring PHONE: (306)665-1888 • FAX: (306)477-8272 #13-705 Central Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 3A4 info@gtflooring.ca www.gtflooring.ca G-Wood Flooring PHONE: (306)974-5330 832B Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z7 saltain@g-wood.ca www.g-wood.ca

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Handy Rental Centre PHONE: (306)933-2727 • FAX: (306)934-9742 2642 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4C8 info@sohandy.com www.sohandy.com Hanneson Construction Inc. PHONE: (306)665-1277 • FAX: (306)665-6775 #4, 4003 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7K 2K6 jdhanneson@sasktel.net www.hannesonconstruction.com Haven Builders Inc. PHONE: (306)382-3667 • FAX: (306)382-3697 829 46th Street West Saskatoon, SK. S7L 7C5 yourhome@havenbuilders.ca www.havenbuilders.ca

Global Exteriors Installs More Vinyl Siding Than Anyone In Saskatoon! It is the aim of Global Exteriors to give you the Best Exterior Make-over! We only use Guaranteed, Quality Products & Experienced Craftsmen to increase the Value of your Home & Home Life! • Windows & Doors • Viny Vinyl Siding LTD. • Soffit & Fascia • Renovations & New • Eavestroughing • Hard Board Siding

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Now the company you rely on for windows and doors can supply you with much more. With the addition of Mitten® by Ply Gem, we now offer the complete exterior solution. Our combined portfolio of premium siding, windows, doors, aluminum designer accents, stone and fence are available from one single source. More products in more places. Now that’s more like it. For a better look, visit plygem.ca 331 – 105 Street Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z4 • 306.374.6166


DIRECTORY CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8 Gaba Granite PHONE: (306)649-4222 • FAX: (306)649-4242 3-3603 Millar Ave Saskatoon, SK S7P 0B2 sales@gabagranite.ca

Helgason Roofing Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-1996 • FAX: (306)933-1288 611-48th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 6G2 helgasonroofing@sasktel.net

Gentek Building Products Ltd. PHONE: (306)975-0049 • FAX: (306)975-0076 #7 - 501 Pakwa Place Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A3 brian_webb@gentek.ca www.gentek.ca

Holinaty Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)934-4498 • FAX: (306)934-4498 203 Davies Road Saskatoon, SK S7K 7M9 g.holinaty@gmail.com

Geoscape Design PHONE: (306)222-8065 314 Fehr Crescent Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 danychuk@sasktel.net

Homes by Daon PHONE: (306)668-9933 • FAX: (306)668-9933 R.R. #2 Station Main Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J5 daonco@xplornet.com www.daonconstruction.com

Homes by Dundee PHONE: (306)374-6100 • FAX: (306)955-7673 #112 - 2100 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V1 mlewis@dundeerealty.com www.homesbydundee.com Homes by Ens PHONE: (306)933-9864 • FAX: (306)933-4414 P.O. Box 1622 Station Main Saskatoon S7K 3R8 homesbyens@sasktel.net www.homesbyens.com

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Global Exteriors PHONE: (306)222-5190 • FAX: (306)978-6606 #4 - 833 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6C2 sales@globalexteriors.com www.globalexteriors.com

The best just got a whole lot better.

Global Television PHONE: (306)978-6369 • FAX: (306)665-6069 218 Robin Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7L 7C3 jennifer.shewchuk@shawmedia.ca www.globalnews.ca/saskatoon Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce PHONE: (306)244-2151 • FAX: (306)244-8366 104 - 202 4th Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 1M6 chamber@saskatoonchamber.com www.saskatoonchamber.com Green Villas Construction Ltd PHONE: (306)974-7161 • FAX: (888)414-3709 PO Box 22004 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 management@greenvillas.ca greenvillas.ca Greystone Homes Inc PHONE: (306)373-1430 • FAX: (306)477-0073 632 East Place Saskatoon, SK S7J 2Z3 ben@greystonehomesinc.com www.greystonehomesinc.com GT Flooring PHONE: (306)665-1888 • FAX: (306)477-8272 #13-705 Central Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 3A4 info@gtflooring.ca www.gtflooring.ca G-Wood Flooring PHONE: (306)974-5330 832B Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z7 saltain@g-wood.ca www.g-wood.ca

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Handy Rental Centre PHONE: (306)933-2727 • FAX: (306)934-9742 2642 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4C8 info@sohandy.com www.sohandy.com Hanneson Construction Inc. PHONE: (306)665-1277 • FAX: (306)665-6775 #4, 4003 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7K 2K6 jdhanneson@sasktel.net www.hannesonconstruction.com Haven Builders Inc. PHONE: (306)382-3667 • FAX: (306)382-3697 829 46th Street West Saskatoon, SK. S7L 7C5 yourhome@havenbuilders.ca www.havenbuilders.ca

Global Exteriors Installs More Vinyl Siding Than Anyone In Saskatoon! It is the aim of Global Exteriors to give you the Best Exterior Make-over! We only use Guaranteed, Quality Products & Experienced Craftsmen to increase the Value of your Home & Home Life! • Windows & Doors • Viny Vinyl Siding LTD. • Soffit & Fascia • Renovations & New • Eavestroughing • Hard Board Siding

GLOBAL EXTERIORS GLOBAL EXTERIORS

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Now the company you rely on for windows and doors can supply you with much more. With the addition of Mitten® by Ply Gem, we now offer the complete exterior solution. Our combined portfolio of premium siding, windows, doors, aluminum designer accents, stone and fence are available from one single source. More products in more places. Now that’s more like it. For a better look, visit plygem.ca 331 – 105 Street Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z4 • 306.374.6166


DIRECTORY CONTINUED FROM PAGE 10 Houghton Boston PHONE: (306)664-3458 • FAX: (306)665-1027 #709 - 43rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0V7 seans@houghtonboston.com www.houghtonboston.com Hunchak Homes Ltd PHONE: (306)380-2795 • FAX: (306)652-8186 1334 Willowgrove Terrace Saskatoon, SK S7W 0A9 joe@hunchakhomes.ca Huntwood Custom Cabinets PHONE: (509)924-5855 • FAX: (509)471-1237 23800 E Appleway Liberty Lake, WA 99019

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Inland Lehigh Group PHONE: (306)374-9434 • FAX: (306)373-1225 136-107th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 3A5 bcollander@lehighcement.com www.inlandcanada.com

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J & A Heating & Plumbing PHONE: (306)934-8252 • FAX: (306)934-8232 2302 Avenue C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 5X5 info@jaheating.com www.jaheating.com

J.O.B. Heating & Air Conditioning (2011) Inc. PHONE: (306)683-4328 • FAX: (306)651-7425 #3, 706 45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 5X1 jobheating@sasktel.net www.jobheating.com

Jaylin Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)931-8999 • FAX: (306)933-4313 Box 165 R.R.6 Site 600 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J9 jaylinhomes@sasktel.net www.jaylinhomes.com

J & H Builder’s Warehouse PHONE: (306)652-5322 • FAX: (306)652-5347 2505 Avenue C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A6 jh.builders@jhbuilders.com www.jhbuilders.com

Jagr Homes/Developments PHONE: (306)290-8204 • FAX: (306)382-5421 Box 310 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 info@jagrhomes.com www.jagrhomes.com

JELD-WEN Windows & Doors PHONE: (306)539-8686 • FAX: (306)543-9821 118 Tubby Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7K 8J4 dougca@jeld-wen.ca www.jeld-wen.ca

J.A.B.A. Construction Limited PHONE: (306)384-9288 • FAX: (306)384-9289 #9-1100 7th Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 2V9 jaba@shaw.ca www.jaba.ca

Jastek Master Builder PHONE: (306)931-8660 • FAX: (306)931-2389 #1-501 Gray Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 2H8 info@jastek.com www.jastek.com

Innovative Residential Inc. PHONE: (306)979-7421 • FAX: (306)979-7457 101-B English Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7K 8G4 info@innovativeassets.ca www.innovativeresidential.ca

SmartStrand and Silk with Dupont Sorona is the ONLY luxuriously soft carpet with built-in stain and soil protection that never washes or wears off and cleans with just water.

Lorenzo Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)230-6867 1103 Lanaster Boulevard Saskatoon, SK S7M 3V4 lorenzohomes@sasktel.net www.lorenzohomes.ca

Kadyn Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)221-1529 • FAX: (306)955-4388 Box 2055 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 kadynhomes@sasktel.net

When Experience Counts!

Koncept Sign Group Inc. PHONE: (306)242-7100 • FAX: (306)242-8850 2217E Hanselman Crt Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8 derek@konceptsigngroup.com www.konceptsigngroup.com

Lifetime stain and soil warranties. Rated #1 in customer satisfaction.

Quality Brand Name Flooring 955-4441

Commercial & Residential

7 - 844 51ST STREET EAST www.cornerstoneflooring.ca �

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KW Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)222-5648 • FAX: (306)242-3986 242 Ward Court Saskatoon, SK. S7L 6Z9 gc.kwhomes@shaw.ca www.kwhomesltd.com

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Lafarge Construction Materials PHONE: (306)934-7555 • FAX: (306)934-7554 838 - 50th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0X6 pavin.garcia@lafarge.com Legacy Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-5000 • FAX: (306)955-3222 415 Penryn Court Saskatoon, SK S7H 5G8 legacyhomes@sasktel.net www.legacyhomesltd.ca Lexington Homes & Construction Ltd PHONE: (306)955-4099 • FAX: (306)955-4091 959 Fairbrother Close Saskatoon, SK S7S 1J3 lexingtonhomes@hotmail.com Lexis Homes PHONE: (306)934-8150 • FAX: (888)688-1570 1124 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0S4 www.lexishomes.ca

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• Duradek Vinyl Membrane • Aluminum Railing • Retractable Awnings • Patio Covers • Enclosures • Screen Rooms

Krawchuk Construction Inc. PHONE: (306)262-5044 718 Dickson Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7T 0H7 info@krawchukconstruction.com www.saskatoonbasementdevelopment.com

L & L Heating & Cooling PHONE: (306)934-7464 • FAX: (306)244-8861 618-47th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X3 landl.kenb@gmail.com

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Magna IV Engineering PHONE: (306)585-2100 • FAX: (306)585-2191 1040 Winnipeg Street Regina, SK S4R 8P8 wtardif@magnaiv.com www.magnaiv.com

Kitchen and Bath Classics PHONE: (306)933-2237 • FAX: (306)933-2310 649 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 7J7 lori.pelletier@wolseleyinc.ca www.kitchenandbathclassics.ca

Ivory Built Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)260-7945 29 - 118 Pawlychenko Lane Saskatoon, SK. S7J 1J9 ivorybuilthomes@gmail.com www.ivorybuilthomes.com I-XL Masonry Supplies Ltd. PHONE: (306)664-3388 • FAX: (306)664-6493 #716-43rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 3T9 respenant@ixlmasonry.com www.ixlbrick.com

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Keystone Development Corp. PHONE: (306)221-0043 • FAX: (306)652-7460 Box 34006 Saskatoon, SK S7J 5L7 ej.herbert@sasktel.net www.keystonedevelopments.com

Enrich your life... with an Ivory Built Home

IVORY BUILT HOMES INC.

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K & A Construction PHONE: (306)221-1529 • FAX: (306)955-4388 Box 2055 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 kaconstruction@sasktel.net

LINDAL CEDAR HOMES PHONE: (306)934-6666 FAX: (306)934-6662 802B Circle Drive East Saskatoon, SK S7K 3T8 lindalcedarhomes@shaw.ca www.prairiecedarhomes.ca

M & A Homes Group Ltd. PHONE: (306)501-0939 #2 - 1810 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0T6 819877@gmail.comw

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www.SaskatoonDeckShop.com

Visit our showroom: 111B Wheeler Street PH: (306) 664-0095

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DIRECTORY CONTINUED FROM PAGE 10 Houghton Boston PHONE: (306)664-3458 • FAX: (306)665-1027 #709 - 43rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0V7 seans@houghtonboston.com www.houghtonboston.com Hunchak Homes Ltd PHONE: (306)380-2795 • FAX: (306)652-8186 1334 Willowgrove Terrace Saskatoon, SK S7W 0A9 joe@hunchakhomes.ca Huntwood Custom Cabinets PHONE: (509)924-5855 • FAX: (509)471-1237 23800 E Appleway Liberty Lake, WA 99019

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Inland Lehigh Group PHONE: (306)374-9434 • FAX: (306)373-1225 136-107th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 3A5 bcollander@lehighcement.com www.inlandcanada.com

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J & A Heating & Plumbing PHONE: (306)934-8252 • FAX: (306)934-8232 2302 Avenue C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 5X5 info@jaheating.com www.jaheating.com

J.O.B. Heating & Air Conditioning (2011) Inc. PHONE: (306)683-4328 • FAX: (306)651-7425 #3, 706 45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 5X1 jobheating@sasktel.net www.jobheating.com

Jaylin Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)931-8999 • FAX: (306)933-4313 Box 165 R.R.6 Site 600 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J9 jaylinhomes@sasktel.net www.jaylinhomes.com

J & H Builder’s Warehouse PHONE: (306)652-5322 • FAX: (306)652-5347 2505 Avenue C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A6 jh.builders@jhbuilders.com www.jhbuilders.com

Jagr Homes/Developments PHONE: (306)290-8204 • FAX: (306)382-5421 Box 310 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 info@jagrhomes.com www.jagrhomes.com

JELD-WEN Windows & Doors PHONE: (306)539-8686 • FAX: (306)543-9821 118 Tubby Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7K 8J4 dougca@jeld-wen.ca www.jeld-wen.ca

J.A.B.A. Construction Limited PHONE: (306)384-9288 • FAX: (306)384-9289 #9-1100 7th Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 2V9 jaba@shaw.ca www.jaba.ca

Jastek Master Builder PHONE: (306)931-8660 • FAX: (306)931-2389 #1-501 Gray Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 2H8 info@jastek.com www.jastek.com

Innovative Residential Inc. PHONE: (306)979-7421 • FAX: (306)979-7457 101-B English Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7K 8G4 info@innovativeassets.ca www.innovativeresidential.ca

SmartStrand and Silk with Dupont Sorona is the ONLY luxuriously soft carpet with built-in stain and soil protection that never washes or wears off and cleans with just water.

Lorenzo Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)230-6867 1103 Lanaster Boulevard Saskatoon, SK S7M 3V4 lorenzohomes@sasktel.net www.lorenzohomes.ca

Kadyn Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)221-1529 • FAX: (306)955-4388 Box 2055 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 kadynhomes@sasktel.net

When Experience Counts!

Koncept Sign Group Inc. PHONE: (306)242-7100 • FAX: (306)242-8850 2217E Hanselman Crt Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8 derek@konceptsigngroup.com www.konceptsigngroup.com

Lifetime stain and soil warranties. Rated #1 in customer satisfaction.

Quality Brand Name Flooring 955-4441

Commercial & Residential

7 - 844 51ST STREET EAST www.cornerstoneflooring.ca �

� CARPET � HARDWOOD � LAMINATE � VINYL � CERAMIC TILE � GRANITE TILE � MARBLE TILE GRABER BLINDS � CORK � AREA RUGS & MORE

KW Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)222-5648 • FAX: (306)242-3986 242 Ward Court Saskatoon, SK. S7L 6Z9 gc.kwhomes@shaw.ca www.kwhomesltd.com

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Lafarge Construction Materials PHONE: (306)934-7555 • FAX: (306)934-7554 838 - 50th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0X6 pavin.garcia@lafarge.com Legacy Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-5000 • FAX: (306)955-3222 415 Penryn Court Saskatoon, SK S7H 5G8 legacyhomes@sasktel.net www.legacyhomesltd.ca Lexington Homes & Construction Ltd PHONE: (306)955-4099 • FAX: (306)955-4091 959 Fairbrother Close Saskatoon, SK S7S 1J3 lexingtonhomes@hotmail.com Lexis Homes PHONE: (306)934-8150 • FAX: (888)688-1570 1124 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0S4 www.lexishomes.ca

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• Duradek Vinyl Membrane • Aluminum Railing • Retractable Awnings • Patio Covers • Enclosures • Screen Rooms

Krawchuk Construction Inc. PHONE: (306)262-5044 718 Dickson Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7T 0H7 info@krawchukconstruction.com www.saskatoonbasementdevelopment.com

L & L Heating & Cooling PHONE: (306)934-7464 • FAX: (306)244-8861 618-47th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X3 landl.kenb@gmail.com

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Magna IV Engineering PHONE: (306)585-2100 • FAX: (306)585-2191 1040 Winnipeg Street Regina, SK S4R 8P8 wtardif@magnaiv.com www.magnaiv.com

Kitchen and Bath Classics PHONE: (306)933-2237 • FAX: (306)933-2310 649 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 7J7 lori.pelletier@wolseleyinc.ca www.kitchenandbathclassics.ca

Ivory Built Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)260-7945 29 - 118 Pawlychenko Lane Saskatoon, SK. S7J 1J9 ivorybuilthomes@gmail.com www.ivorybuilthomes.com I-XL Masonry Supplies Ltd. PHONE: (306)664-3388 • FAX: (306)664-6493 #716-43rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 3T9 respenant@ixlmasonry.com www.ixlbrick.com

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K & A Construction PHONE: (306)221-1529 • FAX: (306)955-4388 Box 2055 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 kaconstruction@sasktel.net

LINDAL CEDAR HOMES PHONE: (306)934-6666 FAX: (306)934-6662 802B Circle Drive East Saskatoon, SK S7K 3T8 lindalcedarhomes@shaw.ca www.prairiecedarhomes.ca

M & A Homes Group Ltd. PHONE: (306)501-0939 #2 - 1810 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0T6 819877@gmail.comw

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Maison Fine Homes & Interior Design PHONE: (306)242-3653 • FAX: (306)955-3603 Box 21124 Saskatoon, SK. S7H 5N9 build@maisonfinehomes.ca www.maisonfinehomes.ca Majestic Cabinets (1990) Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-0660 • FAX: (306)244-7949 511 - 45th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0W3 murray@majesticcabinets.ca www.majesticcabinets.ca

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National Home Warranty Group Inc. PHONE: (780)425-2981 • FAX: (780)426-2723 Suite 213, 625 Parsons Road SW Edmonton, AB T6X 0N9 rcootes@nhwg.ca www.nationalhomewarranty.com

Martensville Building & Home Supply (2006) Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-6610 • FAX: (306)934-6602 P.O. Box 111 RR#4 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J7 nienhuis@sasktel.net

New Home Warranty Program of Sask. PHONE: (306)373-7833 • FAX: (306)373-7977 4-3012 Louise Street Saskatoon, SK S7J 3L8 snhwp@sasktel.net www.nhwp.org

McDougall Gauley LLP PHONE: (306)653-1212 • FAX: (306)652-1323 701 Broadway Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 3L7 bshaw@mcdougallgauley.com www.mcdougallgauley.com

New Rock Developments PHONE: (403)529-1023 • FAX: (403)529-1059 671 Industrial Avenue Medicine Hat, AB T1A 3L5 julie@newrockhomes.ca newrockhomes.ca

McKercher LLP. PHONE: (306)653-2000 • FAX: (306)653-2669 374-3rd Avenue South Saskatoon, SK S7K 1M5 d.richardson@mckercher.ca www.mckercher.ca

Nice Home Builders Inc. PHONE: (306)222-8054 • FAX: (306)653-3473 P.O.Box 22093, R.P.O. Wildwood Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 dennis@nicehomebuilders.ca www.nicehomebuilders.ca

Metric Design Centre PHONE: (306)974-0190 • FAX: (306)974-0190 160 2nd Avenue North Saskatoon, SK. S7K 2B2 service@metricdesign.ca www.metricdesign.ca

Nordic Industries (1979) Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-3663 • FAX: (306)665-5990 404 Melville Street Saskatoon, SK S7J 4M2 info@nordicfence.com www.nordicfence.com

Metro Saskatoon PHONE: (306)649-2025 #100 - 728 Spadina Cres Saskatoon, SK S7K H7 barry.paton@metronews.ca www.metronews.ca

North Prairie Developments PHONE: (306)931-2880 • FAX: (306)242-3133 3030 Louise Street Saskatoon, SK S7J 3L8 allie@northprairiehomes.com www.northprairiehomes.com North Ridge Development Corporation PHONE: (306)242-2434 • FAX: (306)242-9987 3037 Faithfull Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 sales@northridge.sk.ca www.northridge.sk.ca

Montana Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)244-7900 • FAX: (306)649-6260 #3-311 Wellman Lane Saskatoon, SK S7J 0J1 info@montanahomes.ca www.montanahomes.ca

North Saskatoon Business Association PHONE: (306)242-3060 • FAX: (306)242-2205 9 - 1724 Quebec Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1V9 nsba@sasktel.net www.nsba-sk.com

Moonlake Golf & Country Club PHONE: (306)382-7787 • FAX: (306)382-7415 Box 27003 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5N9 leannek@moonlakegolf.com www.moonlakegolf.com

Northern Fireplace Ltd. PHONE: (306)244-2774 • FAX: (306)244-2002 2206 Speers Ave Saskatoon, SK S7L 5X7 northernfireplace@shaw.ca www.northernfireplace.com

Mosaic Developments Corp. PHONE: (306)222-9355 • FAX: (306)665-5906 R.R. 6 Site 601 Box 100 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J9 info@mosaicdevelopments.ca www.mosaicdevelopments.ca

Northern Sky Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)931-0999 • FAX: (306)975-1017 Box 436 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 zak@northernsky.ca www.northernsky.ca

Moskowitz Capital Management PHONE: (416)781-6500 • FAX: (888)505-3620 2200 Yonge Street Toronto, ON M4S 2C6 brian@morkowitzcapital.com www.moskowitzcapital.com

Norwood Developments PHONE: (306)382-3838 • FAX: (306)242-0367 1725 Richardson Rd Saskatoon, SK S7L 4K7 norwood@sasktel.net www.norwoodhomes.ca

Multitech Builders PHONE: (780)986-6066 • FAX: (780)896-1058 Box 3070 Leduc, AB T9E 6L8 strach@telusplanet.net

NuFab Building Products PHONE: (306)244-7119 • FAX: (306)244-0553 701-45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 5W5 sales@nufab.com www.nufab.com

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Nussbaum & Company PHONE: (306)955-8890 • FAX: (306)955-1293 204-2102-8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V1 nussbaum@nussbaum.ca

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Offroad Exteriors Inc. PHONE: (306)381-3925 • FAX: (306)244-4868 501 Centennial Drive North Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 admin@offroadexteriors.com www.offroadexteriors.com Overhead Door Company of Saskatoon PHONE: (306)244-4040 • FAX: (306)775-2322 #2-501 45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S4L 5Z9 sales@odcs.ca www.odcs.ca Pacific Home Products Ltd PHONE: (306)244-2800 • FAX: (306)242-9363 #1 501 45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z9 info@pacifichomeproducts.ca Pawluk HOMES PHONE: (306)380-3135 • FAX: (306)651-3149 403 Bate Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7H 3A6 dave@pawlukhomes.ca www.pawlukhomes.ca PGI Printers (Prairie Graphics Inc.) PHONE: (306)244-2521 • FAX: (306)244-4151 734 - 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 1Y1 info@pgiprinters.com www.pgiprinters.com PinkWood Ltd. PHONE: (403)279-3700 • FAX: (403)279-3736 5929 6 St NE Calgary, AB T2K 5R5 johnl@pinkwood.ca www.pinkwood.ca Pinnacle Builders Ltd. PHONE: (306)978-1330 • FAX: (306)978-1340 Box 1470 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 info@pinnaclebuilders.ca www.pinnaclebuilders.ca Ply Gem PHONE: (306)374-6166 • FAX: (306)373-1777 331 - 105th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z4 troy.meuchel@plygem.ca www.plygem.ca

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Pre-Con Limited PHONE: (306)931-9229 • FAX: (306)931-4447 3320 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Y7 ellery@preconltd.ca www.preconltd.ca Primary Engineering and Construction PHONE: (306)988-0077 Suite 210 - 220 20th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7K 1L7 sask@primaryeng.com www.primaryeng.com Prime Source Building Products Canada Ltd PHONE: (306)241-7740 • FAX: (403)203-2996 2590 61st Ave SE Calgary, AB T2C 4V2 reimert@primesourcebp.com primesourcebp.com

Pure Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)281-2340 • FAX: (306)974-0781 208 Jessop Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7N 1Y4 puredevelopments@live.com www.purehomes.ca

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Richardson Lighting PHONE: (306)933-4777 • FAX: (306)242-3341 3-402-47th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5H5 mike.rl@sasktel.net

R & D Fraser Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-3086 • FAX: (306)242-7942 130 Avenue B North Saskatoon, SK S7L 1C8 info@fraserhomes.ca www.fraserhomes.ca R & R Home Leisure PHONE: (306)249-3399 • FAX: (306)651-2869 2412 Miller Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 3V2 rkeep@beachcombersk.ca Rawlco Radio PHONE: (306)934-2222 • FAX: (306)477-0002 715 Saskatchewan Crescent West Saskatoon, SK S7M 5V7 bdonnelly@rawlco.com www.c95.com www.newstalk650.com www.rock102rous.com

Pristine Countertop Distributors PHONE: (306)653-9177 • FAX: (306)934-0398 371 34th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0S9 pat@pristinecountertops.com www.pristinecountertops.com Pro Exteriors Inc. PHONE: (306)242-1067 • FAX: (306)384-3606 3037 Faithfull Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 sales@proexteriors.ca www.proexteriors.ca

Rempel Bros. Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)374-6505 • FAX: (306)374-4442 201 Jessop Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y3 www.rempelbrothers.com Rempel Engineering & Management Ltd. PHONE: (306)343-8737 • FAX: (306)343-8732 1809 Lorne Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7H 1Y5 cliff@rempeleng.ca www.rempeleng.ca

Progressive Home Warranty Solutions Inc. PHONE: (780)470-4663 • FAX: (780)470-4664 #120, 20 Circle Drive St. Albert, AB. T8N 7L4 sales@progressivewarranty.com www.progressivewarranty.com

www.richardsonlighting.com Ridge Crest Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)230-1999 • FAX: (306)955-4162 P.O. Box 21119 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5N9 ridgecrest@shaw.ca www.ridgecrestdevelopments.ca River Ridge Homes PHONE: (306)227-7220 • FAX: (306)374-2943 4 Poplar Rd. Riverside Estates Saskatoon, SK S7T 1A1 perry@riverridgehomes.ca www.riverridgehomes.ca Riverbend Developments Ltd. (RDL) PHONE: (306)244-4487 • FAX: (306)244-1299 1 - 3903 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7P 0C1 riverbend@rdlmanagement.com www.rdlmanagement.com Rock Ridge Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)239-2229 • FAX: (306)239-4614 P.O.Box 241 Olser, SK S0K 3A0 jasond@rockridgehomes.ca www.rockridgehomes.ca

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PolarTech Spray Foam PHONE: (306)244-2699 • FAX: (306)384-1768 Bay 5- 2949 Miners Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 8A1 polartechsprayfoam@shaw.ca www.polartechsprayfoam.com Prairie Living Homes PHONE: (306)374-0924 • FAX: (306)374-0934 1015 Brookhurst Cres Saskatoon, SK S7V 1G6 jim@prairieliving.com www.prairieliving.com Prairieland Park PHONE: (306)931-7149 • FAX: (306)931-7886 P.O. Box 6010 Saskatoon, SK S7K 4E4 claird@saskatoonex.com www.saskatoonex.com C O N S U M E R G U I D E T O N E W H O M E S & R E N O VAT I O N S

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Maison Fine Homes & Interior Design PHONE: (306)242-3653 • FAX: (306)955-3603 Box 21124 Saskatoon, SK. S7H 5N9 build@maisonfinehomes.ca www.maisonfinehomes.ca Majestic Cabinets (1990) Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-0660 • FAX: (306)244-7949 511 - 45th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0W3 murray@majesticcabinets.ca www.majesticcabinets.ca

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National Home Warranty Group Inc. PHONE: (780)425-2981 • FAX: (780)426-2723 Suite 213, 625 Parsons Road SW Edmonton, AB T6X 0N9 rcootes@nhwg.ca www.nationalhomewarranty.com

Martensville Building & Home Supply (2006) Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-6610 • FAX: (306)934-6602 P.O. Box 111 RR#4 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J7 nienhuis@sasktel.net

New Home Warranty Program of Sask. PHONE: (306)373-7833 • FAX: (306)373-7977 4-3012 Louise Street Saskatoon, SK S7J 3L8 snhwp@sasktel.net www.nhwp.org

McDougall Gauley LLP PHONE: (306)653-1212 • FAX: (306)652-1323 701 Broadway Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 3L7 bshaw@mcdougallgauley.com www.mcdougallgauley.com

New Rock Developments PHONE: (403)529-1023 • FAX: (403)529-1059 671 Industrial Avenue Medicine Hat, AB T1A 3L5 julie@newrockhomes.ca newrockhomes.ca

McKercher LLP. PHONE: (306)653-2000 • FAX: (306)653-2669 374-3rd Avenue South Saskatoon, SK S7K 1M5 d.richardson@mckercher.ca www.mckercher.ca

Nice Home Builders Inc. PHONE: (306)222-8054 • FAX: (306)653-3473 P.O.Box 22093, R.P.O. Wildwood Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 dennis@nicehomebuilders.ca www.nicehomebuilders.ca

Metric Design Centre PHONE: (306)974-0190 • FAX: (306)974-0190 160 2nd Avenue North Saskatoon, SK. S7K 2B2 service@metricdesign.ca www.metricdesign.ca

Nordic Industries (1979) Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-3663 • FAX: (306)665-5990 404 Melville Street Saskatoon, SK S7J 4M2 info@nordicfence.com www.nordicfence.com

Metro Saskatoon PHONE: (306)649-2025 #100 - 728 Spadina Cres Saskatoon, SK S7K H7 barry.paton@metronews.ca www.metronews.ca

North Prairie Developments PHONE: (306)931-2880 • FAX: (306)242-3133 3030 Louise Street Saskatoon, SK S7J 3L8 allie@northprairiehomes.com www.northprairiehomes.com North Ridge Development Corporation PHONE: (306)242-2434 • FAX: (306)242-9987 3037 Faithfull Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 sales@northridge.sk.ca www.northridge.sk.ca

Montana Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)244-7900 • FAX: (306)649-6260 #3-311 Wellman Lane Saskatoon, SK S7J 0J1 info@montanahomes.ca www.montanahomes.ca

North Saskatoon Business Association PHONE: (306)242-3060 • FAX: (306)242-2205 9 - 1724 Quebec Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1V9 nsba@sasktel.net www.nsba-sk.com

Moonlake Golf & Country Club PHONE: (306)382-7787 • FAX: (306)382-7415 Box 27003 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5N9 leannek@moonlakegolf.com www.moonlakegolf.com

Northern Fireplace Ltd. PHONE: (306)244-2774 • FAX: (306)244-2002 2206 Speers Ave Saskatoon, SK S7L 5X7 northernfireplace@shaw.ca www.northernfireplace.com

Mosaic Developments Corp. PHONE: (306)222-9355 • FAX: (306)665-5906 R.R. 6 Site 601 Box 100 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J9 info@mosaicdevelopments.ca www.mosaicdevelopments.ca

Northern Sky Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)931-0999 • FAX: (306)975-1017 Box 436 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 zak@northernsky.ca www.northernsky.ca

Moskowitz Capital Management PHONE: (416)781-6500 • FAX: (888)505-3620 2200 Yonge Street Toronto, ON M4S 2C6 brian@morkowitzcapital.com www.moskowitzcapital.com

Norwood Developments PHONE: (306)382-3838 • FAX: (306)242-0367 1725 Richardson Rd Saskatoon, SK S7L 4K7 norwood@sasktel.net www.norwoodhomes.ca

Multitech Builders PHONE: (780)986-6066 • FAX: (780)896-1058 Box 3070 Leduc, AB T9E 6L8 strach@telusplanet.net

NuFab Building Products PHONE: (306)244-7119 • FAX: (306)244-0553 701-45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 5W5 sales@nufab.com www.nufab.com

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Nussbaum & Company PHONE: (306)955-8890 • FAX: (306)955-1293 204-2102-8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V1 nussbaum@nussbaum.ca

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Offroad Exteriors Inc. PHONE: (306)381-3925 • FAX: (306)244-4868 501 Centennial Drive North Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 admin@offroadexteriors.com www.offroadexteriors.com Overhead Door Company of Saskatoon PHONE: (306)244-4040 • FAX: (306)775-2322 #2-501 45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S4L 5Z9 sales@odcs.ca www.odcs.ca Pacific Home Products Ltd PHONE: (306)244-2800 • FAX: (306)242-9363 #1 501 45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z9 info@pacifichomeproducts.ca Pawluk HOMES PHONE: (306)380-3135 • FAX: (306)651-3149 403 Bate Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7H 3A6 dave@pawlukhomes.ca www.pawlukhomes.ca PGI Printers (Prairie Graphics Inc.) PHONE: (306)244-2521 • FAX: (306)244-4151 734 - 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 1Y1 info@pgiprinters.com www.pgiprinters.com PinkWood Ltd. PHONE: (403)279-3700 • FAX: (403)279-3736 5929 6 St NE Calgary, AB T2K 5R5 johnl@pinkwood.ca www.pinkwood.ca Pinnacle Builders Ltd. PHONE: (306)978-1330 • FAX: (306)978-1340 Box 1470 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 info@pinnaclebuilders.ca www.pinnaclebuilders.ca Ply Gem PHONE: (306)374-6166 • FAX: (306)373-1777 331 - 105th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z4 troy.meuchel@plygem.ca www.plygem.ca

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Pre-Con Limited PHONE: (306)931-9229 • FAX: (306)931-4447 3320 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Y7 ellery@preconltd.ca www.preconltd.ca Primary Engineering and Construction PHONE: (306)988-0077 Suite 210 - 220 20th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7K 1L7 sask@primaryeng.com www.primaryeng.com Prime Source Building Products Canada Ltd PHONE: (306)241-7740 • FAX: (403)203-2996 2590 61st Ave SE Calgary, AB T2C 4V2 reimert@primesourcebp.com primesourcebp.com

Pure Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)281-2340 • FAX: (306)974-0781 208 Jessop Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7N 1Y4 puredevelopments@live.com www.purehomes.ca

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Richardson Lighting PHONE: (306)933-4777 • FAX: (306)242-3341 3-402-47th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5H5 mike.rl@sasktel.net

R & D Fraser Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-3086 • FAX: (306)242-7942 130 Avenue B North Saskatoon, SK S7L 1C8 info@fraserhomes.ca www.fraserhomes.ca R & R Home Leisure PHONE: (306)249-3399 • FAX: (306)651-2869 2412 Miller Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 3V2 rkeep@beachcombersk.ca Rawlco Radio PHONE: (306)934-2222 • FAX: (306)477-0002 715 Saskatchewan Crescent West Saskatoon, SK S7M 5V7 bdonnelly@rawlco.com www.c95.com www.newstalk650.com www.rock102rous.com

Pristine Countertop Distributors PHONE: (306)653-9177 • FAX: (306)934-0398 371 34th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0S9 pat@pristinecountertops.com www.pristinecountertops.com Pro Exteriors Inc. PHONE: (306)242-1067 • FAX: (306)384-3606 3037 Faithfull Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 sales@proexteriors.ca www.proexteriors.ca

Rempel Bros. Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)374-6505 • FAX: (306)374-4442 201 Jessop Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y3 www.rempelbrothers.com Rempel Engineering & Management Ltd. PHONE: (306)343-8737 • FAX: (306)343-8732 1809 Lorne Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7H 1Y5 cliff@rempeleng.ca www.rempeleng.ca

Progressive Home Warranty Solutions Inc. PHONE: (780)470-4663 • FAX: (780)470-4664 #120, 20 Circle Drive St. Albert, AB. T8N 7L4 sales@progressivewarranty.com www.progressivewarranty.com

www.richardsonlighting.com Ridge Crest Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)230-1999 • FAX: (306)955-4162 P.O. Box 21119 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5N9 ridgecrest@shaw.ca www.ridgecrestdevelopments.ca River Ridge Homes PHONE: (306)227-7220 • FAX: (306)374-2943 4 Poplar Rd. Riverside Estates Saskatoon, SK S7T 1A1 perry@riverridgehomes.ca www.riverridgehomes.ca Riverbend Developments Ltd. (RDL) PHONE: (306)244-4487 • FAX: (306)244-1299 1 - 3903 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7P 0C1 riverbend@rdlmanagement.com www.rdlmanagement.com Rock Ridge Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)239-2229 • FAX: (306)239-4614 P.O.Box 241 Olser, SK S0K 3A0 jasond@rockridgehomes.ca www.rockridgehomes.ca

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PolarTech Spray Foam PHONE: (306)244-2699 • FAX: (306)384-1768 Bay 5- 2949 Miners Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 8A1 polartechsprayfoam@shaw.ca www.polartechsprayfoam.com Prairie Living Homes PHONE: (306)374-0924 • FAX: (306)374-0934 1015 Brookhurst Cres Saskatoon, SK S7V 1G6 jim@prairieliving.com www.prairieliving.com Prairieland Park PHONE: (306)931-7149 • FAX: (306)931-7886 P.O. Box 6010 Saskatoon, SK S7K 4E4 claird@saskatoonex.com www.saskatoonex.com C O N S U M E R G U I D E T O N E W H O M E S & R E N O VAT I O N S

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Rocy Developments Corp. PHONE: (306)242-8600 • FAX: (306)249-4500 629B Main Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0J8 info@rocy.com www.rocy.com

Sand and Stone Concrete Interiors PHONE: (306)374-6563 • FAX: (306)374-4442 201 Jessop Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y3 brucerempel@sasktel.net www.sandandstonebyrempel.com

Saskatoon Appliance PHONE: (306)955-1444 • FAX: (306)955-1446 #3, 2720 8th Street Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V8 sales.saskatoonappliance@shaw.ca www.saskatoonappliance.com

Saskatoon Land PHONE: (306)975-3278 • FAX: (306)975-3070 201-3rd Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 2H7 land@saskatoon.ca www.saskatoon.ca

Rona Inc. PHONE: (306)933-1903 • FAX: (306)652-1911 1722 Preston Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7N 4Y1 contractsales364@rona.ca www.rona.ca

Sapphire Developments Ltd PHONE: (306)717-7839 123 Padget Cres Saskatoon, SK S7W 0G9 stu@sapphiredevelopments.com sapphiredevelopments.com

Saskatoon Co-operative Association PHONE: (306)933-0350 • FAX: (306)933-0328 311 Circle Drive West Saskatoon, SK S7L 7C6 jhunt.coop@sasktel.net www.saskatooncoop.ca

Saskatoon Region Association of REALTORS PHONE: (306)244-4453 • FAX: (306)343-1420 #1149 - 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0S3 www.saskatoonrealtors.ca

Roofmart Prairies Ltd. PHONE: (306)931-1001 • FAX: (306)934-8865 837C 50th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 3Y5 cory.rodych@roofmart.ca www.roofmart.ca

Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce PHONE: (306)352-2671 • FAX: (306)781-7084 1630 Chateau Tower, 1920 Broad Regina, SK S4P 3V2 mmcfadyen@saskchamber.com www.saskchamber.com

Saskatoon Custom Garage Interiors Inc. PHONE: (306)933-4320 • FAX: (306)933-4314 3122A Miller Avenue Saskatoon S7K 5Y2 elaine@customgarages.ca www.customgarages.ca

Rosler Construction 2000 Inc. PHONE: (306)933-0033 • FAX: (306)242-3181 120 - 71st Street West Saskatoon, SK S7R 1A1 roslerconstruction@sasktel.net www.roslerconstruction.ca Royal Bank, Saskatoon & Area PHONE: (306)651-8227 • FAX: (306)933-3587 319 Ludlow Street Saskatoon, SK S7S 1N6 greg.jensen@rbc.com w ww.rbc.com

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SamTron Homes PHONE: (306)262-2115 508 Preston Avenue S Saskatoon, SK S7H 2V2 jeff@samtron.ca www.samtron.ca

Saskatoon Deck Shop PHONE: (306)664-0095 • FAX: (306)653-0801 111 B Wheeler Street Saskatoon, SK S7P 0A4 sales@SaskatoonDeckShop.com www.SaskatoonDeckShop.com

Saskatchewan Construction Safety AssociatioN Phone: (306) 652-0907 • Fax: (306) 652-0923 2365 Avenue C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z5

Saskatoon Fastprint Ltd. PHONE: (306)244-3988 • FAX: (306)244-1518 938 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X7 fastprint@sasktel.net www.fastprint.ca

Saskatchewan Housing Corporation PHONE: (306)787-4177 • FAX: (306)798-3110 11th Floor - 1920 Broad Street Regina, SK S4P 3V6 tim.gross@gov.sk.ca www.socialservices.gov.sk.ca/housing/ Saskatchewan Trade & Export Partnership PHONE: (306)933-6552 • FAX: (306)933-6556 500-402 21st St. E. Saskatoon, SK S7K 0C3 cbeaudry@sasktrade.sk.ca www.sasktrade.sk.ca

SaskEnergy PHONE: (306)975-8555 • FAX: (306)975-8558 408 36th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 6K8 msutherland@saskenergy.com www.saskenergy.com SaskTel PHONE: (306)931-5353 • FAX: (306)931-5310 200-410 22nd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5T6 sheldon.allison@sasktel.sk.ca www.sasktel.com Sears Canada Inc. PHONE: (416)941-3517 290 Yonge Street, Suite 700 Toronto, ON M5B C3 matthew.chan@sears.ca

Stone’s Edge Granite Company Ltd PHONE: (306)978-0202 • FAX: (306)978-0216 2024 Quebec Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1W4 rkr2@sasktel.net stonesedgegranite.com Selkirk Developments PHONE: (306)242-5133 • FAX: (306)934-3777 E2213 Hanselman Court Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8 jeremycs2@hotmail.com www.selkirkdevelopments.com Shaw Cablesystems PHONE: (306)667-3356 • FAX: (306)244-0105 2326 Hanselman Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z3 welcomehomesas@sjrb.ca www.shaw.ca SIAST Kelsey Campus PHONE: (306)659-4156 • FAX: (306)933-6712 1130 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK S7K 3R5 www.siast.com Signature Exteriors PHONE: (306)241-4540 PO Box 1719 Martensville SK S0K 2T0 brian@signatureexteriors.ca www.signatureexteriors.ca Steel Craft Door Sales PHONE: (306)652-7131 • FAX: (306)652-0704 843 - 56th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5Y9 steelcraft@sasktel.net www.steelcraftdoor.ca

Saskatoon HOME Magazine PHONE: (306)373-1833 • FAX: (306)979-8955 607 Waters Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7W 0A4 info@saskatoon-home.ca www.saskatoon-home.ca

Streetscape Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)652-2707 • FAX: (306)652-0804 1024 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0R9 streetscape@streetscape.ca www.streetscape.ca Studio 2.0 Interior Design Consultants PHONE: (306)262-6884 • FAX: (306)664-6844 adrienne@studio2point0.ca www.studio2point0.ca

Superior Cabinets PHONE: (306)667-6600 • FAX: (306)667-6687 747 - 46th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A1 saskatoonshowroom@superiorcabinets.ca www.superiorcabinets.ca SuRe Innovations Ltd. PHONE: (306)974-0888 2525 Wentz Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7K 2K9 info@sureinnovations.com www.sureinnovations.com

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Rocy Developments Corp. PHONE: (306)242-8600 • FAX: (306)249-4500 629B Main Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0J8 info@rocy.com www.rocy.com

Sand and Stone Concrete Interiors PHONE: (306)374-6563 • FAX: (306)374-4442 201 Jessop Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y3 brucerempel@sasktel.net www.sandandstonebyrempel.com

Saskatoon Appliance PHONE: (306)955-1444 • FAX: (306)955-1446 #3, 2720 8th Street Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V8 sales.saskatoonappliance@shaw.ca www.saskatoonappliance.com

Saskatoon Land PHONE: (306)975-3278 • FAX: (306)975-3070 201-3rd Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 2H7 land@saskatoon.ca www.saskatoon.ca

Rona Inc. PHONE: (306)933-1903 • FAX: (306)652-1911 1722 Preston Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7N 4Y1 contractsales364@rona.ca www.rona.ca

Sapphire Developments Ltd PHONE: (306)717-7839 123 Padget Cres Saskatoon, SK S7W 0G9 stu@sapphiredevelopments.com sapphiredevelopments.com

Saskatoon Co-operative Association PHONE: (306)933-0350 • FAX: (306)933-0328 311 Circle Drive West Saskatoon, SK S7L 7C6 jhunt.coop@sasktel.net www.saskatooncoop.ca

Saskatoon Region Association of REALTORS PHONE: (306)244-4453 • FAX: (306)343-1420 #1149 - 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0S3 www.saskatoonrealtors.ca

Roofmart Prairies Ltd. PHONE: (306)931-1001 • FAX: (306)934-8865 837C 50th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 3Y5 cory.rodych@roofmart.ca www.roofmart.ca

Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce PHONE: (306)352-2671 • FAX: (306)781-7084 1630 Chateau Tower, 1920 Broad Regina, SK S4P 3V2 mmcfadyen@saskchamber.com www.saskchamber.com

Saskatoon Custom Garage Interiors Inc. PHONE: (306)933-4320 • FAX: (306)933-4314 3122A Miller Avenue Saskatoon S7K 5Y2 elaine@customgarages.ca www.customgarages.ca

Rosler Construction 2000 Inc. PHONE: (306)933-0033 • FAX: (306)242-3181 120 - 71st Street West Saskatoon, SK S7R 1A1 roslerconstruction@sasktel.net www.roslerconstruction.ca Royal Bank, Saskatoon & Area PHONE: (306)651-8227 • FAX: (306)933-3587 319 Ludlow Street Saskatoon, SK S7S 1N6 greg.jensen@rbc.com w ww.rbc.com

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SamTron Homes PHONE: (306)262-2115 508 Preston Avenue S Saskatoon, SK S7H 2V2 jeff@samtron.ca www.samtron.ca

Saskatoon Deck Shop PHONE: (306)664-0095 • FAX: (306)653-0801 111 B Wheeler Street Saskatoon, SK S7P 0A4 sales@SaskatoonDeckShop.com www.SaskatoonDeckShop.com

Saskatchewan Construction Safety AssociatioN Phone: (306) 652-0907 • Fax: (306) 652-0923 2365 Avenue C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z5

Saskatoon Fastprint Ltd. PHONE: (306)244-3988 • FAX: (306)244-1518 938 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X7 fastprint@sasktel.net www.fastprint.ca

Saskatchewan Housing Corporation PHONE: (306)787-4177 • FAX: (306)798-3110 11th Floor - 1920 Broad Street Regina, SK S4P 3V6 tim.gross@gov.sk.ca www.socialservices.gov.sk.ca/housing/ Saskatchewan Trade & Export Partnership PHONE: (306)933-6552 • FAX: (306)933-6556 500-402 21st St. E. Saskatoon, SK S7K 0C3 cbeaudry@sasktrade.sk.ca www.sasktrade.sk.ca

SaskEnergy PHONE: (306)975-8555 • FAX: (306)975-8558 408 36th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 6K8 msutherland@saskenergy.com www.saskenergy.com SaskTel PHONE: (306)931-5353 • FAX: (306)931-5310 200-410 22nd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5T6 sheldon.allison@sasktel.sk.ca www.sasktel.com Sears Canada Inc. PHONE: (416)941-3517 290 Yonge Street, Suite 700 Toronto, ON M5B C3 matthew.chan@sears.ca

Stone’s Edge Granite Company Ltd PHONE: (306)978-0202 • FAX: (306)978-0216 2024 Quebec Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1W4 rkr2@sasktel.net stonesedgegranite.com Selkirk Developments PHONE: (306)242-5133 • FAX: (306)934-3777 E2213 Hanselman Court Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8 jeremycs2@hotmail.com www.selkirkdevelopments.com Shaw Cablesystems PHONE: (306)667-3356 • FAX: (306)244-0105 2326 Hanselman Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z3 welcomehomesas@sjrb.ca www.shaw.ca SIAST Kelsey Campus PHONE: (306)659-4156 • FAX: (306)933-6712 1130 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK S7K 3R5 www.siast.com Signature Exteriors PHONE: (306)241-4540 PO Box 1719 Martensville SK S0K 2T0 brian@signatureexteriors.ca www.signatureexteriors.ca Steel Craft Door Sales PHONE: (306)652-7131 • FAX: (306)652-0704 843 - 56th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5Y9 steelcraft@sasktel.net www.steelcraftdoor.ca

Saskatoon HOME Magazine PHONE: (306)373-1833 • FAX: (306)979-8955 607 Waters Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7W 0A4 info@saskatoon-home.ca www.saskatoon-home.ca

Streetscape Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)652-2707 • FAX: (306)652-0804 1024 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0R9 streetscape@streetscape.ca www.streetscape.ca Studio 2.0 Interior Design Consultants PHONE: (306)262-6884 • FAX: (306)664-6844 adrienne@studio2point0.ca www.studio2point0.ca

Superior Cabinets PHONE: (306)667-6600 • FAX: (306)667-6687 747 - 46th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A1 saskatoonshowroom@superiorcabinets.ca www.superiorcabinets.ca SuRe Innovations Ltd. PHONE: (306)974-0888 2525 Wentz Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7K 2K9 info@sureinnovations.com www.sureinnovations.com

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Tait Kitchen Centre PHONE: (306)668-6177 • FAX: (306)668-6199 2639A Faithfull Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 5W2 tait.kitchens@sasktel.net www.taitkitchens.net

Touchstone Development Corp. PHONE: (306)974-5099 • FAX: (306)249-4622 3318 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 7G9 dselby@touchstonedevelopment.ca www.touchstonedevelopment.ca

Terry Alm (Realty Executives Saskatoon) PHONE: (306)280-0989 • FAX: (306)651-2230 122 Ball Court Saskatoon, SK S7K 6E4 terryalm@terryalm.com www.terryalm.com

Trail Appliances PHONE: (306)986-0200 • FAX: (306)986-0201 3150 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK. S7L 5Y6 sales@trail-appliances.com www.trailappliances.com

The Brick Warehouse PHONE: (306)667-1448 100-3047 Clarence Avenue South Saskatoon, SK S7T 0V4 jklassen@thebrick.com www.thebrick.com

Trans Industrial Safety Training PHONE: (306)934-5935 • FAX: (306)934-5936 602B-51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 7K3 transindustrial@sasktel.net www.transindustrial.ca

The Energy Doctor PHONE: (306)665-1119 • FAX: (306)665-1230 2202 Ave C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 6C3 energydoc.stoon@sasktel.net www.theenergydoctor.ca

Tuscany Homes Inc PHONE: (306)934-2868 • FAX: (306)242-8420 112-2301 Ave C N Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z5 tuscany@sasktel.net www.tuscanysaskatoon.com

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The StarPhoenix PHONE: (306)657-6340 • FAX: (306)657-6208 204-5th Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 2P1 sdyck@thestarphoenix.com www.thestarphoenix.com

V & S Plumbing & Heating Ltd. PHONE: (306)242-6313 • FAX: (306)242-3933 517 44th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0V9 vsplumbing@shaw.ca Vantage Developments PHONE: (306)242-4049 • FAX: (306)668-0322 414 Avenue M South Saskatoon, SK S7M 2K7 jeremy@vantagedevelopments.ca

Timberstone Distribution Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-2990 • FAX: (306)665-0331 124 Tubby Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7K 8J4 curtis@tsdstone.ca

Victory Companies PHONE: (306)374-4333 • FAX: (306)955-1566 350 103rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z1 jpnasser@victorymajors.com

Vision Landscape & Design PHONE: (306)373-6716 17 Fraser Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7H 3G9 info@visionlandscape.ca www.visionlandscape.ca

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Western Wall Systems PHONE: (306)242-3121 • FAX: (306)242-5935 P.O. Box 111 R.R. #4 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J7 westernwall@sasktel.net

Ward Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)290-4333 • FAX: (306)978-7937 Box 33 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 wardhomesltd@sasktel.net

Westridge Homes PHONE: (306)652-9974 • FAX: (306)652-9917 143 Bennion Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7W 0H1 regan.t@westridge.ca www.westridgehomes.ca

Warman Homes PHONE: (306)933-9595 • FAX: (306)934-0690 Box 1000 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 info@warmanhomes.ca www.warmanhomes.ca

Wheatland Fireplace PHONE: (306)249-4888 • FAX: (306)244-7800 625 - 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 1X7 wheatland.stoon@shaw.ca www.wheatlandfireplace.com

Webb Surveys PHONE: (306)955-5330 • FAX: (306)955-0292 222 Jessop Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y4 admin@webbsurveys.ca www.webbsurveys.ca

Whitecap Construction PHONE: (306)477-0908 • FAX: (306)374-5899 182 Chief Whitecap Trail Whitecap, SK S7K 2L2 rerikson@whitecapdakota.com www.whitecapdakota.com

Westcan Insulators 1991 Ltd. PHONE: (306)975-1242 • FAX: (306)975-1240 #5, 846 - 56th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5Y8

Window Warehouse PHONE: (306)933-4474 • FAX: (306)933-4310 2710 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4J4 window.coralee@sasktel.net www.windowwarehouse.ca

Western Carpet One PHONE: (306)665-6640 • FAX: (306)652-2625 610 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A2 jbussiere@westerncarpetcone.ca www.westerncarpetonesaskatoon.com Western Redi Mix Inc. PHONE: (306)956-7334 • FAX: (306)956-7344 131 - 105th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z2 westernredimix@sasktel.net

Winroc, A Division of Superior Plus LP PHONE: (306)931-0101 • FAX: (306)931-9262 2817 Miners Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4Z4 djohnson@winroc.com

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Woodstyles Woodworking PHONE: (306)227-0522 • FAX: (306)384-2784 15 Peeling Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7M 4M1 willie_mark@msn.com

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Yorkton Chamber of Commerce PHONE: (306)783-4368 • FAX: (306)786-6978 Box 1051 Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3

Your Yard Solutions Ltd PHONE: (306)382-1759 • FAX: (306)382-4885 Box 1188 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 sales@youryardsolutions.ca www.youryardsolutions.ca Zel Countertops PHONE: (306)934-1929 • FAX: (306)934-2634 2957 Miners Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4Z6 zelcountertops@sasktel.net www.zelcountertops.com Zemco Door Products PHONE: (306)343-9550 • FAX: (306)244-9600 1638 Alberta Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1R6 jzemlak@zemcodoors.com www.zemcodoors.com Zhang Bros Development Corp PHONE: (306)382-7785 204-502 Cope Way Saskatoon, SK S7T 0G3 zhangbros@hotmail.com www. zhangbros.ca

Businesses listed in this directory are current as of January 1, 2014. Neither the Publisher nor the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association are responsible or liable for any errors, omissions or typographical errors. For updated listings, please visit the “Find A Member” section at www.saskatoonhomebuilders.com.

306.757.2788 srmca@sasktel.net 203-1801 Mackay St. Regina SK.

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he SRMCA represents over 60 concrete plants and approximately 90 percent of the ready mixed concrete poured in Saskatchewan. The SRMCA membership consists of Producer Members and Associate Members. SRMCA Producer Members are full-time professional concrete producers who derive their livelihood from the manufacture and sale of concrete. Because this is their chosen vocation, upon which their future depends, they are committed to service with integrity and are dedicated to providing the highest possible standard of concrete.

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Tait Kitchen Centre PHONE: (306)668-6177 • FAX: (306)668-6199 2639A Faithfull Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 5W2 tait.kitchens@sasktel.net www.taitkitchens.net

Touchstone Development Corp. PHONE: (306)974-5099 • FAX: (306)249-4622 3318 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 7G9 dselby@touchstonedevelopment.ca www.touchstonedevelopment.ca

Terry Alm (Realty Executives Saskatoon) PHONE: (306)280-0989 • FAX: (306)651-2230 122 Ball Court Saskatoon, SK S7K 6E4 terryalm@terryalm.com www.terryalm.com

Trail Appliances PHONE: (306)986-0200 • FAX: (306)986-0201 3150 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK. S7L 5Y6 sales@trail-appliances.com www.trailappliances.com

The Brick Warehouse PHONE: (306)667-1448 100-3047 Clarence Avenue South Saskatoon, SK S7T 0V4 jklassen@thebrick.com www.thebrick.com

Trans Industrial Safety Training PHONE: (306)934-5935 • FAX: (306)934-5936 602B-51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 7K3 transindustrial@sasktel.net www.transindustrial.ca

The Energy Doctor PHONE: (306)665-1119 • FAX: (306)665-1230 2202 Ave C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 6C3 energydoc.stoon@sasktel.net www.theenergydoctor.ca

Tuscany Homes Inc PHONE: (306)934-2868 • FAX: (306)242-8420 112-2301 Ave C N Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z5 tuscany@sasktel.net www.tuscanysaskatoon.com

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The StarPhoenix PHONE: (306)657-6340 • FAX: (306)657-6208 204-5th Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 2P1 sdyck@thestarphoenix.com www.thestarphoenix.com

V & S Plumbing & Heating Ltd. PHONE: (306)242-6313 • FAX: (306)242-3933 517 44th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0V9 vsplumbing@shaw.ca Vantage Developments PHONE: (306)242-4049 • FAX: (306)668-0322 414 Avenue M South Saskatoon, SK S7M 2K7 jeremy@vantagedevelopments.ca

Timberstone Distribution Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-2990 • FAX: (306)665-0331 124 Tubby Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7K 8J4 curtis@tsdstone.ca

Victory Companies PHONE: (306)374-4333 • FAX: (306)955-1566 350 103rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z1 jpnasser@victorymajors.com

Vision Landscape & Design PHONE: (306)373-6716 17 Fraser Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7H 3G9 info@visionlandscape.ca www.visionlandscape.ca

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Western Wall Systems PHONE: (306)242-3121 • FAX: (306)242-5935 P.O. Box 111 R.R. #4 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J7 westernwall@sasktel.net

Ward Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)290-4333 • FAX: (306)978-7937 Box 33 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 wardhomesltd@sasktel.net

Westridge Homes PHONE: (306)652-9974 • FAX: (306)652-9917 143 Bennion Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7W 0H1 regan.t@westridge.ca www.westridgehomes.ca

Warman Homes PHONE: (306)933-9595 • FAX: (306)934-0690 Box 1000 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 info@warmanhomes.ca www.warmanhomes.ca

Wheatland Fireplace PHONE: (306)249-4888 • FAX: (306)244-7800 625 - 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 1X7 wheatland.stoon@shaw.ca www.wheatlandfireplace.com

Webb Surveys PHONE: (306)955-5330 • FAX: (306)955-0292 222 Jessop Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y4 admin@webbsurveys.ca www.webbsurveys.ca

Whitecap Construction PHONE: (306)477-0908 • FAX: (306)374-5899 182 Chief Whitecap Trail Whitecap, SK S7K 2L2 rerikson@whitecapdakota.com www.whitecapdakota.com

Westcan Insulators 1991 Ltd. PHONE: (306)975-1242 • FAX: (306)975-1240 #5, 846 - 56th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5Y8

Window Warehouse PHONE: (306)933-4474 • FAX: (306)933-4310 2710 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4J4 window.coralee@sasktel.net www.windowwarehouse.ca

Western Carpet One PHONE: (306)665-6640 • FAX: (306)652-2625 610 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A2 jbussiere@westerncarpetcone.ca www.westerncarpetonesaskatoon.com Western Redi Mix Inc. PHONE: (306)956-7334 • FAX: (306)956-7344 131 - 105th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z2 westernredimix@sasktel.net

Winroc, A Division of Superior Plus LP PHONE: (306)931-0101 • FAX: (306)931-9262 2817 Miners Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4Z4 djohnson@winroc.com

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Woodstyles Woodworking PHONE: (306)227-0522 • FAX: (306)384-2784 15 Peeling Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7M 4M1 willie_mark@msn.com

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Yorkton Chamber of Commerce PHONE: (306)783-4368 • FAX: (306)786-6978 Box 1051 Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3

Your Yard Solutions Ltd PHONE: (306)382-1759 • FAX: (306)382-4885 Box 1188 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 sales@youryardsolutions.ca www.youryardsolutions.ca Zel Countertops PHONE: (306)934-1929 • FAX: (306)934-2634 2957 Miners Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4Z6 zelcountertops@sasktel.net www.zelcountertops.com Zemco Door Products PHONE: (306)343-9550 • FAX: (306)244-9600 1638 Alberta Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1R6 jzemlak@zemcodoors.com www.zemcodoors.com Zhang Bros Development Corp PHONE: (306)382-7785 204-502 Cope Way Saskatoon, SK S7T 0G3 zhangbros@hotmail.com www. zhangbros.ca

Businesses listed in this directory are current as of January 1, 2014. Neither the Publisher nor the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association are responsible or liable for any errors, omissions or typographical errors. For updated listings, please visit the “Find A Member” section at www.saskatoonhomebuilders.com.

306.757.2788 srmca@sasktel.net 203-1801 Mackay St. Regina SK.

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he SRMCA represents over 60 concrete plants and approximately 90 percent of the ready mixed concrete poured in Saskatchewan. The SRMCA membership consists of Producer Members and Associate Members. SRMCA Producer Members are full-time professional concrete producers who derive their livelihood from the manufacture and sale of concrete. Because this is their chosen vocation, upon which their future depends, they are committed to service with integrity and are dedicated to providing the highest possible standard of concrete.

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Western Redi Mix Inc. PHONE: (306)956-7334 • FAX: (306)956-7344 131 - 105th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z2 westernredimix@sasktel.net

Dream Home Appraisal Company PHONE: (306)934-4455 • FAX: (306)934-4425 1308 - 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0S8 b.lucyshyn@dhasask.com www.dhasask.com

Allan Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-5520 • FAX: (306)477-5521 317 103rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y9 chris@allanconstruction.ca

Air Conditioning L & L Heating & Cooling PHONE: (306)934-7464 • FAX: (306)244-8861 618-47th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X3 landl.kenb@gmail.com

Appliances Coast Wholesale Appliances LP PHONE: (306)933-4993 • FAX: (306)933-2994 #1 - 2345 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 2Y3 pschwark@coastappliances.com www.coastappliances.com Saskatoon Appliance PHONE: (306)955-1444 • FAX: (306)955-1446 #3, 2720 8th Street Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V8 sales.saskatoonappliance@shaw.ca www.saskatoonappliance.com The Brick Warehouse PHONE: (306)667-1448 100-3047 Clarence Avenue South Saskatoon, SK S7T 0V4 jklassen@thebrick.com www.thebrick.com Trail Appliances PHONE: (306)986-0200 • FAX: (306)986-0201 3150 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK. S7L 5Y6 sales@trail-appliances.com www.trailappliances.com

Authentic Homes PHONE: (306)934-3426 • FAX: (306)934-3428 Box 623 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 authentichomesltd@sasktel.net

Terry Alm (Realty Executives Saskatoon) PHONE: (306)280-0989 • FAX: (306)651-2230 122 Ball Court Saskatoon, SK S7K 6E4 terryalm@terryalm.com www.terryalm.com

Audio/Visual Installation and Supply SuRe Innovations Ltd. PHONE: (306)974-0888 2525 Wentz Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7K 2K9 info@sureinnovations.com www.sureinnovations.com

Brick & Stone Brock White Canada Company PHONE: (306)931-9255 • FAX: (306)242-7113 803 48th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0X5 thassen@brockwhite.com www.brockwhite.com Timberstone Distribution Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-2990 • FAX: (306)665-0331 124 Tubby Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7K 8J4 curtis@tsdstone.ca

Builders - COMMERCIAL Jastek Master Builder PHONE: (306)931-8660 • FAX: (306)931-2389 #1-501 Gray Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 2H8 info@jastek.com www.jastek.com

Baydo Development Corporation PHONE: (306)974-1727 • FAX: (306)974-1737 204 - 502 Cope Way Saskatoon, SK. S7T 0G3 baydo@baydo.ca www.baydo.ca Bondi Developments Ltd. PHONE: (306)221-0491 • FAX: (306)384-4513 1714 Pohorecky Rise Saskatoon, SK S7W 0J1 bondihomes@shaw.ca www.bondidevelopments.com Boychuk Construction Corp. PHONE: (306)374-3939 • FAX: (306)374-4411 Box 22039 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 boychukconst@sasktel.net www.boychukhomes.com Character Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-4300 • FAX: (306)955-7760 110 Brookhurst Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7V 1C5 character.homes@sasktel.net City Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)261-5336 • FAX: (306)979-2733 734 Leddingham Place Saskatoon, SK S7V 0B6 home@cityhomeslimited.com www.cityhomeslimited.com Ehrenburg Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)384-1473 • FAX: (306)384-6999 1802 Ontario Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1T3 castlecompany@ehrenburg.com www.ehrenburg.com

Green Villas Construction Ltd PHONE: (306)974-7161 • FAX: (888)414-3709 PO Box 22004 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 management@greenvillas.ca www.greenvillas.ca

Campbell Custom Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-2267 • FAX: (306)477-2258 #106 - 502 Cope Way Saskatoon, SK S7T 0G3 info@campbellhomes.ca www.campbellhomes.ca

Nice Home Builders Inc. PHONE: (306)222-8054 • FAX: (306)653-3473 P.O.Box 22093, R.P.O. Wildwood Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 dennis@nicehomebuilders.ca www.nicehomebuilders.ca

Homes by Ens PHONE: (306)933-9864 • FAX: (306)933-4414 P.O. Box 1622 Station Main Saskatoon S7K 3R8 homesbyens@sasktel.net www.homesbyens.com

D&S Homes/D&S Developments PHONE: (306)374-4774 • FAX: (306)373-2523 Box 8622 Saskatoon, SK S7K 6K7 dennis@dshomes.ca www.dshomes.ca

Whitecap Construction PHONE: (306)477-0908 • FAX: (306)374-5899 182 Chief Whitecap Trail Whitecap, SK S7K 2L2 rerikson@whitecapdakota.com www.whitecapdakota.com

Innovative Residential Inc. PHONE: (306)979-7421 • FAX: (306)979-7457 101-B English Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7K 8G4 info@innovativeassets.ca www.innovativeresidential.ca

Innovative Residential Inc. PHONE: (306)979-7421 • FAX: (306)979-7457 101-B English Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7K 8G4 info@innovativeassets.ca www.innovativeresidential.ca

Builders - Residential

Jagr Homes/Developments PHONE: (306)290-8204 • FAX: (306)382-5421 Box 310 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 info@jagrhomes.com www.jagrhomes.com

Jastek Master Builder PHONE: (306)931-8660 • FAX: (306)931-2389 #1-501 Gray Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 2H8 info@jastek.com www.jastek.com

Maison Fine Homes & Interior Design PHONE: (306)242-3653 • FAX: (306)955-3603 313 Lake Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7H 3A1 build@maisonfinehomes.ca www.maisonfinehomes.ca

Kadyn Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)221-1529 • FAX: (306)955-4388 Box 2055 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 kadynhomes@sasktel.net

North Ridge Development Corporation PHONE: (306)242-2434 • FAX: (306)242-9987 3037 Faithfull Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 sales@northridge.sk.ca www.northridge.sk.ca Pawluk HOMES PHONE: (306)380-3135 • FAX: (306)651-3149 403 Bate Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7H 3A6 dave@pawlukhomes.ca www.pawlukhomes.ca River Ridge Homes PHONE: (306)227-7220 • FAX: (306)374-2943 4 Poplar Rd. Riverside Estates Saskatoon, SK S7T 1A1 perry@riverridgehomes.ca www.riverridgehomes.ca Selkirk Developments PHONE: (306)242-5133 • FAX: (306)934-3777 E2213 Hanselman Court Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8 jeremycs2@hotmail.com www.selkirkdevelopments.com Touchstone Development Corp. PHONE: (306)974-5099 • FAX: (306)249-4622 3318 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 7G9 dselby@touchstonedevelopment.ca www.touchstonedevelopment.ca

Maison Fine Homes & Interior Design PHONE: (306)242-3653 • FAX: (306)955-3603 313 Lake Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7H 3A1 build@maisonfinehomes.ca www.maisonfinehomes.ca Multitech Builders PHONE: (780)986-6066 • FAX: (780)896-1058 Box 3070 Leduc, AB T9E 6L8 strach@telusplanet.net New Rock Developments PHONE: (403)529-1023 • FAX: (403)529-1059 671 Industrial Avenue Medicine Hat, AB T1A 3L5 julie@newrockhomes.ca www.newrockhomes.ca

Aidan Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)652-0485 • FAX: (306)652-0988 939 Greaves Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7W 1B2 pat@aidanhomes.ca www.aidanhomes.ca Allan Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-5520 • FAX: (306)477-5521 317 103rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y9 chris@allanconstruction.ca Arbutus Park Properties PHONE: (604)742-1211 • FAX: (604)742-1211 #204, 1529 West 6th Avenue Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1R1 jdrexel@arbutusproperties.com www.rosewoodsaskatoon.com Barry Homes Inc PHONE: (306)229-4117 • FAX: (306)249-0953 95 Tucker Cres Saskatoon, SK S7H H7 barryhomesinc@gmail.com www.barryhomesinc.com BlackRock Developments Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-6635 • FAX: (306)955-0508 Box 7415 Saskatoon, SK S7K 4J3 blackrockdevelopments@gmail.com www.blackrockpads.ca Boychuk Construction Corp. PHONE: (306)374-3939 • FAX: (306)374-4411 Box 22039 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 boychukconst@sasktel.net www.boychukhomes.com

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Arbutus Park Properties PHONE: (604)742-1211 • FAX: (604)742-1211 #204, 1529 West 6th Avenue Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1R1 jdrexel@arbutusproperties.com www.rosewoodsaskatoon.com Baydo Development Corporation PHONE: (306)974-1727 • FAX: (306)974-1737 204 - 502 Cope Way Saskatoon, SK. S7T 0G3 baydo@baydo.ca www.baydo.ca Boychuk Construction Corp. PHONE: (306)374-3939 • FAX: (306)374-4411 Box 22039 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 boychukconst@sasktel.net www.boychukhomes.com

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Builders - Energy Star

Western Redi Mix Inc. PHONE: (306)956-7334 • FAX: (306)956-7344 131 - 105th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z2 westernredimix@sasktel.net

Dream Home Appraisal Company PHONE: (306)934-4455 • FAX: (306)934-4425 1308 - 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0S8 b.lucyshyn@dhasask.com www.dhasask.com

Allan Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-5520 • FAX: (306)477-5521 317 103rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y9 chris@allanconstruction.ca

Air Conditioning L & L Heating & Cooling PHONE: (306)934-7464 • FAX: (306)244-8861 618-47th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X3 landl.kenb@gmail.com

Appliances Coast Wholesale Appliances LP PHONE: (306)933-4993 • FAX: (306)933-2994 #1 - 2345 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 2Y3 pschwark@coastappliances.com www.coastappliances.com Saskatoon Appliance PHONE: (306)955-1444 • FAX: (306)955-1446 #3, 2720 8th Street Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V8 sales.saskatoonappliance@shaw.ca www.saskatoonappliance.com The Brick Warehouse PHONE: (306)667-1448 100-3047 Clarence Avenue South Saskatoon, SK S7T 0V4 jklassen@thebrick.com www.thebrick.com Trail Appliances PHONE: (306)986-0200 • FAX: (306)986-0201 3150 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK. S7L 5Y6 sales@trail-appliances.com www.trailappliances.com

Authentic Homes PHONE: (306)934-3426 • FAX: (306)934-3428 Box 623 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 authentichomesltd@sasktel.net

Terry Alm (Realty Executives Saskatoon) PHONE: (306)280-0989 • FAX: (306)651-2230 122 Ball Court Saskatoon, SK S7K 6E4 terryalm@terryalm.com www.terryalm.com

Audio/Visual Installation and Supply SuRe Innovations Ltd. PHONE: (306)974-0888 2525 Wentz Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7K 2K9 info@sureinnovations.com www.sureinnovations.com

Brick & Stone Brock White Canada Company PHONE: (306)931-9255 • FAX: (306)242-7113 803 48th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0X5 thassen@brockwhite.com www.brockwhite.com Timberstone Distribution Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-2990 • FAX: (306)665-0331 124 Tubby Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7K 8J4 curtis@tsdstone.ca

Builders - COMMERCIAL Jastek Master Builder PHONE: (306)931-8660 • FAX: (306)931-2389 #1-501 Gray Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 2H8 info@jastek.com www.jastek.com

Baydo Development Corporation PHONE: (306)974-1727 • FAX: (306)974-1737 204 - 502 Cope Way Saskatoon, SK. S7T 0G3 baydo@baydo.ca www.baydo.ca Bondi Developments Ltd. PHONE: (306)221-0491 • FAX: (306)384-4513 1714 Pohorecky Rise Saskatoon, SK S7W 0J1 bondihomes@shaw.ca www.bondidevelopments.com Boychuk Construction Corp. PHONE: (306)374-3939 • FAX: (306)374-4411 Box 22039 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 boychukconst@sasktel.net www.boychukhomes.com Character Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-4300 • FAX: (306)955-7760 110 Brookhurst Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7V 1C5 character.homes@sasktel.net City Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)261-5336 • FAX: (306)979-2733 734 Leddingham Place Saskatoon, SK S7V 0B6 home@cityhomeslimited.com www.cityhomeslimited.com Ehrenburg Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)384-1473 • FAX: (306)384-6999 1802 Ontario Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1T3 castlecompany@ehrenburg.com www.ehrenburg.com

Green Villas Construction Ltd PHONE: (306)974-7161 • FAX: (888)414-3709 PO Box 22004 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 management@greenvillas.ca www.greenvillas.ca

Campbell Custom Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-2267 • FAX: (306)477-2258 #106 - 502 Cope Way Saskatoon, SK S7T 0G3 info@campbellhomes.ca www.campbellhomes.ca

Nice Home Builders Inc. PHONE: (306)222-8054 • FAX: (306)653-3473 P.O.Box 22093, R.P.O. Wildwood Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 dennis@nicehomebuilders.ca www.nicehomebuilders.ca

Homes by Ens PHONE: (306)933-9864 • FAX: (306)933-4414 P.O. Box 1622 Station Main Saskatoon S7K 3R8 homesbyens@sasktel.net www.homesbyens.com

D&S Homes/D&S Developments PHONE: (306)374-4774 • FAX: (306)373-2523 Box 8622 Saskatoon, SK S7K 6K7 dennis@dshomes.ca www.dshomes.ca

Whitecap Construction PHONE: (306)477-0908 • FAX: (306)374-5899 182 Chief Whitecap Trail Whitecap, SK S7K 2L2 rerikson@whitecapdakota.com www.whitecapdakota.com

Innovative Residential Inc. PHONE: (306)979-7421 • FAX: (306)979-7457 101-B English Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7K 8G4 info@innovativeassets.ca www.innovativeresidential.ca

Innovative Residential Inc. PHONE: (306)979-7421 • FAX: (306)979-7457 101-B English Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7K 8G4 info@innovativeassets.ca www.innovativeresidential.ca

Builders - Residential

Jagr Homes/Developments PHONE: (306)290-8204 • FAX: (306)382-5421 Box 310 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 info@jagrhomes.com www.jagrhomes.com

Jastek Master Builder PHONE: (306)931-8660 • FAX: (306)931-2389 #1-501 Gray Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 2H8 info@jastek.com www.jastek.com

Maison Fine Homes & Interior Design PHONE: (306)242-3653 • FAX: (306)955-3603 313 Lake Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7H 3A1 build@maisonfinehomes.ca www.maisonfinehomes.ca

Kadyn Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)221-1529 • FAX: (306)955-4388 Box 2055 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 kadynhomes@sasktel.net

North Ridge Development Corporation PHONE: (306)242-2434 • FAX: (306)242-9987 3037 Faithfull Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 sales@northridge.sk.ca www.northridge.sk.ca Pawluk HOMES PHONE: (306)380-3135 • FAX: (306)651-3149 403 Bate Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7H 3A6 dave@pawlukhomes.ca www.pawlukhomes.ca River Ridge Homes PHONE: (306)227-7220 • FAX: (306)374-2943 4 Poplar Rd. Riverside Estates Saskatoon, SK S7T 1A1 perry@riverridgehomes.ca www.riverridgehomes.ca Selkirk Developments PHONE: (306)242-5133 • FAX: (306)934-3777 E2213 Hanselman Court Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8 jeremycs2@hotmail.com www.selkirkdevelopments.com Touchstone Development Corp. PHONE: (306)974-5099 • FAX: (306)249-4622 3318 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 7G9 dselby@touchstonedevelopment.ca www.touchstonedevelopment.ca

Maison Fine Homes & Interior Design PHONE: (306)242-3653 • FAX: (306)955-3603 313 Lake Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7H 3A1 build@maisonfinehomes.ca www.maisonfinehomes.ca Multitech Builders PHONE: (780)986-6066 • FAX: (780)896-1058 Box 3070 Leduc, AB T9E 6L8 strach@telusplanet.net New Rock Developments PHONE: (403)529-1023 • FAX: (403)529-1059 671 Industrial Avenue Medicine Hat, AB T1A 3L5 julie@newrockhomes.ca www.newrockhomes.ca

Aidan Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)652-0485 • FAX: (306)652-0988 939 Greaves Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7W 1B2 pat@aidanhomes.ca www.aidanhomes.ca Allan Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-5520 • FAX: (306)477-5521 317 103rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y9 chris@allanconstruction.ca Arbutus Park Properties PHONE: (604)742-1211 • FAX: (604)742-1211 #204, 1529 West 6th Avenue Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1R1 jdrexel@arbutusproperties.com www.rosewoodsaskatoon.com Barry Homes Inc PHONE: (306)229-4117 • FAX: (306)249-0953 95 Tucker Cres Saskatoon, SK S7H H7 barryhomesinc@gmail.com www.barryhomesinc.com BlackRock Developments Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-6635 • FAX: (306)955-0508 Box 7415 Saskatoon, SK S7K 4J3 blackrockdevelopments@gmail.com www.blackrockpads.ca Boychuk Construction Corp. PHONE: (306)374-3939 • FAX: (306)374-4411 Box 22039 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 boychukconst@sasktel.net www.boychukhomes.com

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Arbutus Park Properties PHONE: (604)742-1211 • FAX: (604)742-1211 #204, 1529 West 6th Avenue Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1R1 jdrexel@arbutusproperties.com www.rosewoodsaskatoon.com Baydo Development Corporation PHONE: (306)974-1727 • FAX: (306)974-1737 204 - 502 Cope Way Saskatoon, SK. S7T 0G3 baydo@baydo.ca www.baydo.ca Boychuk Construction Corp. PHONE: (306)374-3939 • FAX: (306)374-4411 Box 22039 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 boychukconst@sasktel.net www.boychukhomes.com

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K & A Construction PHONE: (306)221-1529 • FAX: (306)955-4388 Box 2055 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 kaconstruction@sasktel.net

Character Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-4300 • FAX: (306)955-7760 110 Brookhurst Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7V 1C5 character.homes@sasktel.net

Kadyn Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)221-1529 • FAX: (306)955-4388 Box 2055 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 kadynhomes@sasktel.net

City Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)261-5336 • FAX: (306)979-2733 734 Leddingham Place Saskatoon, SK S7V 0B6 home@cityhomeslimited.com www.cityhomeslimited.com

Lexington Homes & Construction Ltd PHONE: (306)955-4099 • FAX: (306)955-4091 959 Fairbrother Close Saskatoon, SK S7S 1J3 lexingtonhomes@hotmail.com

Daytona Homes Saskatoon PHONE: (306)779-2288 #200 - 1112 Winnipeg Street Regina, SK S4R 1J6 www.Daytonahomes.ca Ehrenburg Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)384-1473 • FAX: (306)384-6999 1802 Ontario Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1T3 castlecompany@ehrenburg.com www.ehrenburg.com Green Villas Construction Ltd PHONE: (306)974-7161 • FAX: (888)414-3709 PO Box 22004 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 management@greenvillas.ca www.greenvillas.ca Greystone Homes Inc PHONE: (306)373-1430 • FAX: (306)477-0073 632 East Place Saskatoon, SK S7J 2Z3 ben@greystonehomesinc.com www.greystonehomesinc.com Homes by Ens PHONE: (306)933-9864 • FAX: (306)933-4414 P.O. Box 1622 Station Main Saskatoon S7K 3R8 homesbyens@sasktel.net www.homesbyens.com Hunchak Homes Ltd PHONE: (306)380-2795 FAX: (306)652-8186 1334 Willowgrove Terrace Saskatoon, SK S7W 0A9 joe@hunchakhomes.ca Innovative Residential Inc. PHONE: (306)979-7421 • FAX: (306)979-7457 101-B English Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7K 8G4 info@innovativeassets.ca www.innovativeresidential.ca Innovative Residential Inc. PHONE: (306)979-7421 • FAX: (306)979-7457 101-B English Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7K 8G4 info@innovativeassets.ca www.innovativeresidential.ca agr Homes/Developments PHONE: (306)290-8204 • FAX: (306)382-5421 Box 310 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 info@jagrhomes.com www.jagrhomes.com Jastek Master Builder PHONE: (306)931-8660 • FAX: (306)931-2389 #1-501 Gray Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 2H8 info@jastek.com www.jastek.com Jaylin Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)931-8999 • FAX: (306)933-4313 Box 165 R.R.6 Site 600 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J9 jaylinhomes@sasktel.net www.jaylinhomes.com

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M & A Homes Group Ltd. PHONE: (306)500-0939 #2 - 1810 8th Streeet East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0T6 819877@gmail.com Maison Fine Homes & Interior Design PHONE: (306)242-3653 • FAX: (306)955-3603 313 Lake Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7H 3A1 build@maisonfinehomes.ca www.maisonfinehomes.ca Multitech Builders PHONE: (780)986-6066 • FAX: (780)896-1058 Box 3070 Leduc, AB T9E 6L8 strach@telusplanet.net Nice Home Builders Inc. PHONE: (306)222-8054 • FAX: (306)653-3473 P.O.Box 22093, R.P.O. Wildwood Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 dennis@nicehomebuilders.ca www.nicehomebuilders.ca North Prairie Developments PHONE: (306)931-2880 • FAX: (306)242-3133 3030 Louise Street Saskatoon, SK S7J 3L8 allie@northprairiehomes.com www.northprairiehomes.com Norwood Developments PHONE: (306)382-3838 • FAX: (306)242-0367 1725 Richardson Rd Saskatoon, SK S7L 4K7 norwood@sasktel.net www.norwoodhomes.ca Pawluk HOMES PHONE: (306)380-3135 • FAX: (306)651-3149 403 Bate Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7H 3A6 dave@pawlukhomes.ca www.pawlukhomes.ca

Selkirk Developments PHONE: (306)242-5133 • FAX: (306)934-3777 E2213 Hanselman Court Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8 jeremycs2@hotmail.com www.selkirkdevelopments.com Vantage Developments PHONE: (306)242-4049 • FAX: (306)668-0322 414 Avenue M South Saskatoon, SK S7M 2K7 jeremy@vantagedevelopments.ca Warman Homes PHONE: (306)933-9595 • FAX: (306)934-0690 Box 1000 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 info@warmanhomes.ca www.warmanhomes.ca Whitecap Construction PHONE: (306)477-0908 • FAX: (306)374-5899 182 Chief Whitecap Trail Whitecap, SK S7K 2L2 rerikson@whitecapdakota.com www.whitecapdakota.com

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Prairie Living Homes PHONE: (306)374-0924 • FAX: (306)374-0934 1015 Brookhurst Cres Saskatoon, SK S7V 1G6 jim@prairieliving.com www.prairieliving.com

D&S Homes/D&S Developments PHONE: (306)374-4774 • FAX: (306)373-2523 Box 8622 Saskatoon, SK S7K 6K7 dennis@dshomes.ca www.dshomes.ca

River Ridge Homes PHONE: (306)227-7220 • FAX: (306)374-2943 4 Poplar Rd. Riverside Estates Saskatoon, SK S7T 1A1 perry@riverridgehomes.ca www.riverridgehomes.ca

Hanneson Construction Inc. PHONE: (306)665-1277 • FAX: (306)665-6775 #4, 4003 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7K 2K6 jdhanneson@sasktel.net www.hannesonconstruction.com

Rosler Construction 2000 Inc. PHONE: (306)933-0033 • FAX: (306)242-3181 120 - 71st Street West Saskatoon, SK S7R 1A1 roslerconstruction@sasktel.net www.roslerconstruction.ca

Holinaty Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)934-4498 • FAX: (306)934-4498 203 Davies Road Saskatoon, SK S7K 7M9 g.holinaty@gmail.com

Sapphire Developments Ltd PHONE: (306)717-7839 123 Padget Cres Saskatoon, SK S7W 0G9 stu@sapphiredevelopments.com www.sapphiredevelopments.com

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Brahm Development Corporation PHONE: (306)341-2919 • FAX: (888)502-1766 1910 Pohorecky Terrace Saskatoon, SK S7W 0J1 bobby@bdchomes.ca

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Homes by Daon PHONE: (306)668-9933 • FAX: (306)668-9933 R.R. #2 Station Main Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J5 daonco@xplornet.com www.daonconstruction.com

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K & A Construction PHONE: (306)221-1529 • FAX: (306)955-4388 Box 2055 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 kaconstruction@sasktel.net

Character Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-4300 • FAX: (306)955-7760 110 Brookhurst Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7V 1C5 character.homes@sasktel.net

Kadyn Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)221-1529 • FAX: (306)955-4388 Box 2055 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 kadynhomes@sasktel.net

City Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)261-5336 • FAX: (306)979-2733 734 Leddingham Place Saskatoon, SK S7V 0B6 home@cityhomeslimited.com www.cityhomeslimited.com

Lexington Homes & Construction Ltd PHONE: (306)955-4099 • FAX: (306)955-4091 959 Fairbrother Close Saskatoon, SK S7S 1J3 lexingtonhomes@hotmail.com

Daytona Homes Saskatoon PHONE: (306)779-2288 #200 - 1112 Winnipeg Street Regina, SK S4R 1J6 www.Daytonahomes.ca Ehrenburg Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)384-1473 • FAX: (306)384-6999 1802 Ontario Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1T3 castlecompany@ehrenburg.com www.ehrenburg.com Green Villas Construction Ltd PHONE: (306)974-7161 • FAX: (888)414-3709 PO Box 22004 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 management@greenvillas.ca www.greenvillas.ca Greystone Homes Inc PHONE: (306)373-1430 • FAX: (306)477-0073 632 East Place Saskatoon, SK S7J 2Z3 ben@greystonehomesinc.com www.greystonehomesinc.com Homes by Ens PHONE: (306)933-9864 • FAX: (306)933-4414 P.O. Box 1622 Station Main Saskatoon S7K 3R8 homesbyens@sasktel.net www.homesbyens.com Hunchak Homes Ltd PHONE: (306)380-2795 FAX: (306)652-8186 1334 Willowgrove Terrace Saskatoon, SK S7W 0A9 joe@hunchakhomes.ca Innovative Residential Inc. PHONE: (306)979-7421 • FAX: (306)979-7457 101-B English Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7K 8G4 info@innovativeassets.ca www.innovativeresidential.ca Innovative Residential Inc. PHONE: (306)979-7421 • FAX: (306)979-7457 101-B English Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7K 8G4 info@innovativeassets.ca www.innovativeresidential.ca agr Homes/Developments PHONE: (306)290-8204 • FAX: (306)382-5421 Box 310 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 info@jagrhomes.com www.jagrhomes.com Jastek Master Builder PHONE: (306)931-8660 • FAX: (306)931-2389 #1-501 Gray Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 2H8 info@jastek.com www.jastek.com Jaylin Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)931-8999 • FAX: (306)933-4313 Box 165 R.R.6 Site 600 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J9 jaylinhomes@sasktel.net www.jaylinhomes.com

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M & A Homes Group Ltd. PHONE: (306)500-0939 #2 - 1810 8th Streeet East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0T6 819877@gmail.com Maison Fine Homes & Interior Design PHONE: (306)242-3653 • FAX: (306)955-3603 313 Lake Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7H 3A1 build@maisonfinehomes.ca www.maisonfinehomes.ca Multitech Builders PHONE: (780)986-6066 • FAX: (780)896-1058 Box 3070 Leduc, AB T9E 6L8 strach@telusplanet.net Nice Home Builders Inc. PHONE: (306)222-8054 • FAX: (306)653-3473 P.O.Box 22093, R.P.O. Wildwood Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 dennis@nicehomebuilders.ca www.nicehomebuilders.ca North Prairie Developments PHONE: (306)931-2880 • FAX: (306)242-3133 3030 Louise Street Saskatoon, SK S7J 3L8 allie@northprairiehomes.com www.northprairiehomes.com Norwood Developments PHONE: (306)382-3838 • FAX: (306)242-0367 1725 Richardson Rd Saskatoon, SK S7L 4K7 norwood@sasktel.net www.norwoodhomes.ca Pawluk HOMES PHONE: (306)380-3135 • FAX: (306)651-3149 403 Bate Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7H 3A6 dave@pawlukhomes.ca www.pawlukhomes.ca

Selkirk Developments PHONE: (306)242-5133 • FAX: (306)934-3777 E2213 Hanselman Court Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8 jeremycs2@hotmail.com www.selkirkdevelopments.com Vantage Developments PHONE: (306)242-4049 • FAX: (306)668-0322 414 Avenue M South Saskatoon, SK S7M 2K7 jeremy@vantagedevelopments.ca Warman Homes PHONE: (306)933-9595 • FAX: (306)934-0690 Box 1000 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 info@warmanhomes.ca www.warmanhomes.ca Whitecap Construction PHONE: (306)477-0908 • FAX: (306)374-5899 182 Chief Whitecap Trail Whitecap, SK S7K 2L2 rerikson@whitecapdakota.com www.whitecapdakota.com

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Zhang Bros Development Corp PHONE: (306)382-7785 204-502 Cope Way Saskatoon, SK S7T 0G3 zhangbros@hotmail.com www.zhangbros.ca

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Builders Renovations Brahm Development Corporation PHONE: (306)341-2919 • FAX: (888)502-1766 1910 Pohorecky Terrace Saskatoon, SK S7W 0J1 bobby@bdchomes.ca Conam Developments PHONE: (306)291-3469 PO Box 22027; RPO Wildwood Saskatoon, SK S7M 5P1 conamdevelopments@sasktel.net Hanneson Construction Inc. PHONE: (306)665-1277 • FAX: (306)665-6775 #4, 4003 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7K 2K6 jdhanneson@sasktel.net www.hannesonconstruction.com Ridge Crest Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)230-1999 • FAX: (306)955-4162 P.O. Box 21119 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5N9 ridgecrest@shaw.ca www.ridgecrestdevelopments.ca

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Prairie Living Homes PHONE: (306)374-0924 • FAX: (306)374-0934 1015 Brookhurst Cres Saskatoon, SK S7V 1G6 jim@prairieliving.com www.prairieliving.com

D&S Homes/D&S Developments PHONE: (306)374-4774 • FAX: (306)373-2523 Box 8622 Saskatoon, SK S7K 6K7 dennis@dshomes.ca www.dshomes.ca

River Ridge Homes PHONE: (306)227-7220 • FAX: (306)374-2943 4 Poplar Rd. Riverside Estates Saskatoon, SK S7T 1A1 perry@riverridgehomes.ca www.riverridgehomes.ca

Hanneson Construction Inc. PHONE: (306)665-1277 • FAX: (306)665-6775 #4, 4003 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7K 2K6 jdhanneson@sasktel.net www.hannesonconstruction.com

Rosler Construction 2000 Inc. PHONE: (306)933-0033 • FAX: (306)242-3181 120 - 71st Street West Saskatoon, SK S7R 1A1 roslerconstruction@sasktel.net www.roslerconstruction.ca

Holinaty Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)934-4498 • FAX: (306)934-4498 203 Davies Road Saskatoon, SK S7K 7M9 g.holinaty@gmail.com

Sapphire Developments Ltd PHONE: (306)717-7839 123 Padget Cres Saskatoon, SK S7W 0G9 stu@sapphiredevelopments.com www.sapphiredevelopments.com

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Brahm Development Corporation PHONE: (306)341-2919 • FAX: (888)502-1766 1910 Pohorecky Terrace Saskatoon, SK S7W 0J1 bobby@bdchomes.ca

• Quarterly Publication • Designed and Targeted for Consumers • Audited Distribution of 35,000

Homes by Daon PHONE: (306)668-9933 • FAX: (306)668-9933 R.R. #2 Station Main Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J5 daonco@xplornet.com www.daonconstruction.com

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CATEGORIES CONTINUED FROM PAGE 22 Homes by Dundee PHONE: (306)374-6100 • FAX: (306)955-7673 #112 - 2100 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V1 mlewis@dundeerealty.com www.homesbydundee.com

SamTron Homes PHONE: (306)262-2115 508 Preston Avenue S Saskatoon, SK S7H 2V2 jeff@samtron.ca www.samtron.ca

J.A.B.A. Construction Limited PHONE: (306)384-9288 • FAX: (306)384-9289 #9-1100 7th Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 2V9 jaba@shaw.ca www.jaba.ca

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Keystone Development Corp. PHONE: (306)221-0043 • FAX: (306)652-7460 Box 34006 Saskatoon, SK S7J 5L7 ej.herbert@sasktel.net www.keystonedevelopments.com Legacy Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-5000 • FAX: (306)955-3222 415 Penryn Court Saskatoon, SK S7H 5G8 legacyhomes@sasktel.net www.legacyhomesltd.ca Lexington Homes & Construction Ltd PHONE: (306)955-4099 FAX: (306)955-4091 959 Fairbrother Close Saskatoon, SK S7S 1J3 lexingtonhomes@hotmail.com R & D Fraser Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-3086 • FAX: (306)242-7942 130 Avenue B North Saskatoon, SK S7L 1C8 info@fraserhomes.ca www.fraserhomes.ca Rocy Developments Corp. PHONE: (306)242-8600 • FAX: (306)249-4500 629B Main Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0J8 info@rocy.com www.rocy.com

Building Contractor Commercial Campbell Custom Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-2267 • FAX: (306)477-2258 #106 - 502 Cope Way Saskatoon, SK S7T 0G3 info@campbellhomes.ca www.campbellhomes.ca Holinaty Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)934-4498 • FAX: (306)934-4498 203 Davies Road Saskatoon, SK S7K 7M9 g.holinaty@gmail.com North Ridge Development Corporation PHONE: (306)242-2434 • FAX: (306)242-9987 3037 Faithfull Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 sales@northridge.sk.ca www.northridge.sk.ca Northern Sky Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)931-0999 • FAX: (306)975-1017 Box 436 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 zak@northernsky.ca www.northernsky.ca Rock Ridge Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)239-2229 • FAX: (306)239-4614 P.O.Box 241 Olser, SK S0K 3A0 jasond@rockridgehomes.ca www.rockridgehomes.ca

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Homes by Dundee PHONE: (306)374-6100 • FAX: (306)955-7673 #112 - 2100 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V1 mlewis@dundeerealty.com www.homesbydundee.com Keystone Development Corp. PHONE: (306)221-0043 • FAX: (306)652-7460 Box 34006 Saskatoon, SK S7J 5L7 ej.herbert@sasktel.net www.keystonedevelopments.com Montana Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)244-7900 • FAX: (306)649-6260 #3-311 Wellman Lane Saskatoon, SK S7J 0J1 info@montanahomes.ca www.montanahomes.ca North Ridge Development Corporation PHONE: (306)242-2434 • FAX: (306)242-9987 3037 Faithfull Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 sales@northridge.sk.ca www.northridge.sk.ca Northern Sky Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)931-0999 • FAX: (306)975-1017 Box 436 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 zak@northernsky.ca www.northernsky.ca R & D Fraser Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-3086 • FAX: (306)242-7942 130 Avenue B North Saskatoon, SK S7L 1C8 info@fraserhomes.ca www.fraserhomes.ca Riverbend Developments Ltd. (RDL) PHONE: (306)244-4487 • FAX: (306)244-1299 1 - 3903 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7P 0C1 riverbend@rdlmanagement.com www.rdlmanagement.com Rock Ridge Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)239-2229 • FAX: (306)239-4614 P.O.Box 241 Olser, SK S0K 3A0 jasond@rockridgehomes.ca www.rockridgehomes.ca SamTron Homes PHONE: (306)262-2115 508 Preston Avenue S Saskatoon, SK S7H 2V2 jeff@samtron.ca www.samtron.ca

Building Contractor Ready To Move Pinnacle Builders Ltd. PHONE: (306)978-1330 • FAX: (306)978-1340 Box 1470 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 info@pinnaclebuilders.ca www.pinnaclebuilders.ca

Building Contractor Renovations Haven Builders Inc. PHONE: (306)382-3667 • FAX: (306)382-3697 829 46th Street West Saskatoon, SK. S7L 7C5 yourhome@havenbuilders.ca www.havenbuilders.ca Holinaty Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)934-4498 • FAX: (306)934-4498 203 Davies Road Saskatoon, SK S7K 7M9 g.holinaty@gmail.com Legacy Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-5000 • FAX: (306)955-3222 415 Penryn Court Saskatoon, SK S7H 5G8 legacyhomes@sasktel.net www.legacyhomesltd.ca Lorenzo Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)230-6867 1103 Lanaster Boulevard Saskatoon, SK S7M 3V4 lorenzohomes@sasktel.net www.lorenzohomes.ca Pure Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)281-2340 • FAX: (306)974-0781 208 Jessup Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7N 1Y4 puredevelopments@live.com www.purehomes.ca

Building Contractor Residential Brant Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)291-0303 • FAX: (306)668-1051 P.O. Box 2061 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 brant@branthomesinc.com www.branthomesinc.com Campbell Custom Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-2267 • FAX: (306)477-2258 #106 - 502 Cope Way Saskatoon, SK S7T 0G3 info@campbellhomes.ca www.campbellhomes.ca Cody Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)220-6409 1030 Paton Terrace Saskatoon, SK. S7W 0C1 info@codyconstructionltd.com www.codyconstructionltd.com Delonix Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)341-2184 • FAX: (306)382-3874 1413 Avenue I North Saskatoon, SK S7L 2J4 daryl@delonixconstruction.com www.delonixconstruction.com Evermore Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)249-4933 • FAX: (306)249-4981 P.O. Box 591 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 roger@evermorehomes.ca www.evermorehomes.ca Homes by Daon PHONE: (306)668-9933 • FAX: (306)668-9933 R.R. #2 Station Main Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J5 daonco@xplornet.com www.daonconstruction.com Homes by Dundee PHONE: (306)374-6100 • FAX: (306)955-7673 #112 - 2100 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V1 mlewis@dundeerealty.com www.homesbydundee.com

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Keystone Development Corp. PHONE: (306)221-0043 • FAX: (306)652-7460 Box 34006 Saskatoon, SK S7J 5L7 ej.herbert@sasktel.net www.keystonedevelopments.com

Riverbend Developments Ltd. (RDL) PHONE: (306)244-4487 • FAX: (306)244-1299 1 - 3903 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7P 0C1 riverbend@rdlmanagement.com www.rdlmanagement.com

Westridge Homes PHONE: (306)652-9974 • FAX: (306)652-9917 143 Bennion Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7W 0H1 regan.t@westridge.ca www.westridgehomes.ca

Krawchuk Construction Inc. PHONE: (306)262-5044 718 Dickson Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7T 0H7 info@krawchukconstruction.com www.saskatoonbasementdevelopment.com

Rock Ridge Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)239-2229 • FAX: (306)239-4614 P.O.Box 241 Olser, SK S0K 3A0 jasond@rockridgehomes.ca www.rockridgehomes.ca

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KW Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)222-5648 • FAX: (306)242-3986 242 Ward Court Saskatoon, SK. S7L 6Z9 gc.kwhomes@shaw.ca www.kwhomesltd.com

Rocy Developments Corp. PHONE: (306)242-8600 • FAX: (306)249-4500 629B Main Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0J8 info@rocy.com www.rocy.com

Legacy Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-5000 • FAX: (306)955-3222 415 Penryn Court Saskatoon, SK S7H 5G8 legacyhomes@sasktel.net www.legacyhomesltd.ca

SamTron Homes PHONE: (306)262-2115 508 Preston Avenue S Saskatoon, SK S7H 2V2 jeff@samtron.ca www.samtron.ca

Lexis Homes PHONE: (306)934-8150 FAX: (888)688-1570 1124 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0S4 www.lexishomes.ca

Streetscape Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)652-2707 • FAX: (306)652-0804 1024 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0R9 streetscape@streetscape.ca www.streetscape.ca

Lorenzo Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)230-6867 1103 Lanaster Boulevard Saskatoon, SK S7M 3V4 lorenzohomes@sasktel.net www.lorenzohomes.ca

Touchstone Development Corp. PHONE: (306)974-5099 • FAX: (306)249-4622 3318 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 7G9 dselby@touchstonedevelopment.ca www.touchstonedevelopment.ca

Montana Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)244-7900 • FAX: (306)649-6260 #3-311 Wellman Lane Saskatoon, SK S7J 0J1 info@montanahomes.ca www.montanahomes.ca

Tuscany Homes Inc PHONE: (306)934-2868 • FAX: (306)242-8420 112-2301 Ave C N Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z5 tuscany@sasktel.net www.tuscanysaskatoon.com

Mosaic Developments Corp. PHONE: (306)222-9355 • FAX: (306)665-5906 R.R. 6 Site 601 Box 100 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J9 info@mosaicdevelopments.ca www.mosaicdevelopments.ca

Ward Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)290-4333 • FAX: (306)978-7937 Box 33 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 wardhomesltd@sasktel.net

North Ridge Development Corporation PHONE: (306)242-2434 • FAX: (306)242-9987 3037 Faithfull Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 sales@northridge.sk.ca www.northridge.sk.ca

Adams Lumber PHONE: (306)652-5393 • FAX: (306)653-1112 1944 St. George Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7M 0K5 vic.adamslumber@sasktel.net www.adamslumber.ca Gentek Building Products Ltd. PHONE: (306)975-0049 • FAX: (306)975-0076 #7 - 501 Pakwa Place Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A3 brian_webb@gentek.ca www.gentek.ca Helgason Roofing Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-1996 • FAX: (306)933-1288 611-48th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 6G2 helgasonroofing@sasktel.net Inland Lehigh Group PHONE: (306)374-9434 • FAX: (306)373-1225 136-107th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 3A5 bcollander@lehighcement.com www.inlandcanada.com Martensville Building & Home Supply (2006) Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-6610 • FAX: (306)934-6602 P.O. Box 111 RR#4 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J7 nienhuis@sasktel.net NuFab Building Products PHONE: (306)244-7119 • FAX: (306)244-0553 701-45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 5W5 sales@nufab.com www.nufab.com

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Northern Sky Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)931-0999 • FAX: (306)975-1017 Box 436 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 zak@northernsky.ca www.northernsky.ca Pinnacle Builders Ltd. PHONE: (306)978-1330 • FAX: (306)978-1340 Box 1470 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 info@pinnaclebuilders.ca www.pinnaclebuilders.ca Pure Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)281-2340 • FAX: (306)974-0781 208 Jessup Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7N 1Y4 puredevelopments@live.com www.purehomes.ca R & D Fraser Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-3086 • FAX: (306)242-7942 130 Avenue B North Saskatoon, SK S7L 1C8 info@fraserhomes.ca www.fraserhomes.ca

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SamTron Homes PHONE: (306)262-2115 508 Preston Avenue S Saskatoon, SK S7H 2V2 jeff@samtron.ca www.samtron.ca

J.A.B.A. Construction Limited PHONE: (306)384-9288 • FAX: (306)384-9289 #9-1100 7th Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 2V9 jaba@shaw.ca www.jaba.ca

Building Contractor Multi Unit

Keystone Development Corp. PHONE: (306)221-0043 • FAX: (306)652-7460 Box 34006 Saskatoon, SK S7J 5L7 ej.herbert@sasktel.net www.keystonedevelopments.com Legacy Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-5000 • FAX: (306)955-3222 415 Penryn Court Saskatoon, SK S7H 5G8 legacyhomes@sasktel.net www.legacyhomesltd.ca Lexington Homes & Construction Ltd PHONE: (306)955-4099 FAX: (306)955-4091 959 Fairbrother Close Saskatoon, SK S7S 1J3 lexingtonhomes@hotmail.com R & D Fraser Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-3086 • FAX: (306)242-7942 130 Avenue B North Saskatoon, SK S7L 1C8 info@fraserhomes.ca www.fraserhomes.ca Rocy Developments Corp. PHONE: (306)242-8600 • FAX: (306)249-4500 629B Main Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0J8 info@rocy.com www.rocy.com

Building Contractor Commercial Campbell Custom Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-2267 • FAX: (306)477-2258 #106 - 502 Cope Way Saskatoon, SK S7T 0G3 info@campbellhomes.ca www.campbellhomes.ca Holinaty Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)934-4498 • FAX: (306)934-4498 203 Davies Road Saskatoon, SK S7K 7M9 g.holinaty@gmail.com North Ridge Development Corporation PHONE: (306)242-2434 • FAX: (306)242-9987 3037 Faithfull Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 sales@northridge.sk.ca www.northridge.sk.ca Northern Sky Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)931-0999 • FAX: (306)975-1017 Box 436 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 zak@northernsky.ca www.northernsky.ca Rock Ridge Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)239-2229 • FAX: (306)239-4614 P.O.Box 241 Olser, SK S0K 3A0 jasond@rockridgehomes.ca www.rockridgehomes.ca

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Homes by Dundee PHONE: (306)374-6100 • FAX: (306)955-7673 #112 - 2100 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V1 mlewis@dundeerealty.com www.homesbydundee.com Keystone Development Corp. PHONE: (306)221-0043 • FAX: (306)652-7460 Box 34006 Saskatoon, SK S7J 5L7 ej.herbert@sasktel.net www.keystonedevelopments.com Montana Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)244-7900 • FAX: (306)649-6260 #3-311 Wellman Lane Saskatoon, SK S7J 0J1 info@montanahomes.ca www.montanahomes.ca North Ridge Development Corporation PHONE: (306)242-2434 • FAX: (306)242-9987 3037 Faithfull Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 sales@northridge.sk.ca www.northridge.sk.ca Northern Sky Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)931-0999 • FAX: (306)975-1017 Box 436 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 zak@northernsky.ca www.northernsky.ca R & D Fraser Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-3086 • FAX: (306)242-7942 130 Avenue B North Saskatoon, SK S7L 1C8 info@fraserhomes.ca www.fraserhomes.ca Riverbend Developments Ltd. (RDL) PHONE: (306)244-4487 • FAX: (306)244-1299 1 - 3903 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7P 0C1 riverbend@rdlmanagement.com www.rdlmanagement.com Rock Ridge Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)239-2229 • FAX: (306)239-4614 P.O.Box 241 Olser, SK S0K 3A0 jasond@rockridgehomes.ca www.rockridgehomes.ca SamTron Homes PHONE: (306)262-2115 508 Preston Avenue S Saskatoon, SK S7H 2V2 jeff@samtron.ca www.samtron.ca

Building Contractor Ready To Move Pinnacle Builders Ltd. PHONE: (306)978-1330 • FAX: (306)978-1340 Box 1470 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 info@pinnaclebuilders.ca www.pinnaclebuilders.ca

Building Contractor Renovations Haven Builders Inc. PHONE: (306)382-3667 • FAX: (306)382-3697 829 46th Street West Saskatoon, SK. S7L 7C5 yourhome@havenbuilders.ca www.havenbuilders.ca Holinaty Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)934-4498 • FAX: (306)934-4498 203 Davies Road Saskatoon, SK S7K 7M9 g.holinaty@gmail.com Legacy Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-5000 • FAX: (306)955-3222 415 Penryn Court Saskatoon, SK S7H 5G8 legacyhomes@sasktel.net www.legacyhomesltd.ca Lorenzo Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)230-6867 1103 Lanaster Boulevard Saskatoon, SK S7M 3V4 lorenzohomes@sasktel.net www.lorenzohomes.ca Pure Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)281-2340 • FAX: (306)974-0781 208 Jessup Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7N 1Y4 puredevelopments@live.com www.purehomes.ca

Building Contractor Residential Brant Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)291-0303 • FAX: (306)668-1051 P.O. Box 2061 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 brant@branthomesinc.com www.branthomesinc.com Campbell Custom Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-2267 • FAX: (306)477-2258 #106 - 502 Cope Way Saskatoon, SK S7T 0G3 info@campbellhomes.ca www.campbellhomes.ca Cody Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)220-6409 1030 Paton Terrace Saskatoon, SK. S7W 0C1 info@codyconstructionltd.com www.codyconstructionltd.com Delonix Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)341-2184 • FAX: (306)382-3874 1413 Avenue I North Saskatoon, SK S7L 2J4 daryl@delonixconstruction.com www.delonixconstruction.com Evermore Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)249-4933 • FAX: (306)249-4981 P.O. Box 591 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 roger@evermorehomes.ca www.evermorehomes.ca Homes by Daon PHONE: (306)668-9933 • FAX: (306)668-9933 R.R. #2 Station Main Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J5 daonco@xplornet.com www.daonconstruction.com Homes by Dundee PHONE: (306)374-6100 • FAX: (306)955-7673 #112 - 2100 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V1 mlewis@dundeerealty.com www.homesbydundee.com

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Keystone Development Corp. PHONE: (306)221-0043 • FAX: (306)652-7460 Box 34006 Saskatoon, SK S7J 5L7 ej.herbert@sasktel.net www.keystonedevelopments.com

Riverbend Developments Ltd. (RDL) PHONE: (306)244-4487 • FAX: (306)244-1299 1 - 3903 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7P 0C1 riverbend@rdlmanagement.com www.rdlmanagement.com

Westridge Homes PHONE: (306)652-9974 • FAX: (306)652-9917 143 Bennion Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7W 0H1 regan.t@westridge.ca www.westridgehomes.ca

Krawchuk Construction Inc. PHONE: (306)262-5044 718 Dickson Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7T 0H7 info@krawchukconstruction.com www.saskatoonbasementdevelopment.com

Rock Ridge Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)239-2229 • FAX: (306)239-4614 P.O.Box 241 Olser, SK S0K 3A0 jasond@rockridgehomes.ca www.rockridgehomes.ca

Building Products & Materials

KW Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)222-5648 • FAX: (306)242-3986 242 Ward Court Saskatoon, SK. S7L 6Z9 gc.kwhomes@shaw.ca www.kwhomesltd.com

Rocy Developments Corp. PHONE: (306)242-8600 • FAX: (306)249-4500 629B Main Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0J8 info@rocy.com www.rocy.com

Legacy Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-5000 • FAX: (306)955-3222 415 Penryn Court Saskatoon, SK S7H 5G8 legacyhomes@sasktel.net www.legacyhomesltd.ca

SamTron Homes PHONE: (306)262-2115 508 Preston Avenue S Saskatoon, SK S7H 2V2 jeff@samtron.ca www.samtron.ca

Lexis Homes PHONE: (306)934-8150 FAX: (888)688-1570 1124 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0S4 www.lexishomes.ca

Streetscape Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)652-2707 • FAX: (306)652-0804 1024 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0R9 streetscape@streetscape.ca www.streetscape.ca

Lorenzo Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)230-6867 1103 Lanaster Boulevard Saskatoon, SK S7M 3V4 lorenzohomes@sasktel.net www.lorenzohomes.ca

Touchstone Development Corp. PHONE: (306)974-5099 • FAX: (306)249-4622 3318 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 7G9 dselby@touchstonedevelopment.ca www.touchstonedevelopment.ca

Montana Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)244-7900 • FAX: (306)649-6260 #3-311 Wellman Lane Saskatoon, SK S7J 0J1 info@montanahomes.ca www.montanahomes.ca

Tuscany Homes Inc PHONE: (306)934-2868 • FAX: (306)242-8420 112-2301 Ave C N Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z5 tuscany@sasktel.net www.tuscanysaskatoon.com

Mosaic Developments Corp. PHONE: (306)222-9355 • FAX: (306)665-5906 R.R. 6 Site 601 Box 100 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J9 info@mosaicdevelopments.ca www.mosaicdevelopments.ca

Ward Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)290-4333 • FAX: (306)978-7937 Box 33 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 wardhomesltd@sasktel.net

North Ridge Development Corporation PHONE: (306)242-2434 • FAX: (306)242-9987 3037 Faithfull Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 sales@northridge.sk.ca www.northridge.sk.ca

Adams Lumber PHONE: (306)652-5393 • FAX: (306)653-1112 1944 St. George Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7M 0K5 vic.adamslumber@sasktel.net www.adamslumber.ca Gentek Building Products Ltd. PHONE: (306)975-0049 • FAX: (306)975-0076 #7 - 501 Pakwa Place Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A3 brian_webb@gentek.ca www.gentek.ca Helgason Roofing Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-1996 • FAX: (306)933-1288 611-48th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 6G2 helgasonroofing@sasktel.net Inland Lehigh Group PHONE: (306)374-9434 • FAX: (306)373-1225 136-107th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 3A5 bcollander@lehighcement.com www.inlandcanada.com Martensville Building & Home Supply (2006) Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-6610 • FAX: (306)934-6602 P.O. Box 111 RR#4 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J7 nienhuis@sasktel.net NuFab Building Products PHONE: (306)244-7119 • FAX: (306)244-0553 701-45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 5W5 sales@nufab.com www.nufab.com

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Northern Sky Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)931-0999 • FAX: (306)975-1017 Box 436 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 zak@northernsky.ca www.northernsky.ca Pinnacle Builders Ltd. PHONE: (306)978-1330 • FAX: (306)978-1340 Box 1470 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 info@pinnaclebuilders.ca www.pinnaclebuilders.ca Pure Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)281-2340 • FAX: (306)974-0781 208 Jessup Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7N 1Y4 puredevelopments@live.com www.purehomes.ca R & D Fraser Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-3086 • FAX: (306)242-7942 130 Avenue B North Saskatoon, SK S7L 1C8 info@fraserhomes.ca www.fraserhomes.ca

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Prime Source Building Products Canada Ltd PHONE: (306)241-7740 • FAX: (403)203-2996 2590 61st Ave SE Calgary, AB T2C 4V2 reimert@primesourcebp.com www.primesourcebp.com Rona Inc. PHONE: (306)933-1903 • FAX: (306)652-1911 1722 Preston Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7N 4Y1 contractsales364@rona.ca www.rona.ca Saskatoon Co-operative Association PHONE: (306)933-0350 • FAX: (306)933-0328 311 Circle Drive West Saskatoon, SK S7L 7C6 jhunt.coop@sasktel.net www.saskatooncoop.ca Timberstone Distribution Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-2990 • FAX: (306)665-0331 124 Tubby Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7K 8J4 curtis@tsdstone.ca Trail Appliances PHONE: (306)986-0200FAX: (306)986-0201 3150 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK. S7L 5Y6 sales@trail-appliances.com www.trailappliances.com Warman Homes PHONE: (306)933-9595 • FAX: (306)934-0690 Box 1000 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 info@warmanhomes.ca www.warmanhomes.ca Western Wall Systems PHONE: (306)242-3121 • FAX: (306)242-5935 P.O. Box 111 R.R. #4 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J7 westernwall@sasktel.net

Cabinets Centennial 360 PHONE: (306)665-5366 • FAX: (306)934-0577 710 - 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 4K4 centennialplumbing@sasktel.net www.centennialplumbing.com Flo-Form Countertops (Custom Countertops) PHONE: (306)665-7733 • FAX: (306)664-2172 #10-710 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A2 krendek@floform.com www.floform.com Helgason Roofing Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-1996 • FAX: (306)933-1288 611-48th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 6G2 helgasonroofing@sasktel.net Huntwood Custom Cabinets PHONE: (509)924-5855 • FAX: (509)471-1237 23800 E Appleway Liberty Lake, WA 99019 Majestic Cabinets (1990) Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-0660 • FAX: (306)244-7949 511 - 45th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0W3 murray@majesticcabinets.ca www.majesticcabinets.ca NuFab Building Products PHONE: (306)244-7119 • FAX: (306)244-0553 701-45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 5W5 sales@nufab.com www.nufab.com

Concrete Products & Supplies

Pristine Countertop Distributors PHONE: (306)653-9177 • FAX: (306)934-0398 371 34th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0S9 pat@pristinecountertops.com www.pristinecountertops.com

Ardel Steel PHONE: (306)244-8300 • FAX: (306)244-8302 202 Wheeler Street Saskatoon, SK S7P 0A9 bknutson@ardelsteel.com www.ardelsteel.com

Saskatoon Custom Garage Interiors Inc. PHONE: (306)933-4320 • FAX: (306)933-4314 3122A Miller Avenue Saskatoon S7K 5Y2 elaine@customgarages.ca www.customgarages.ca

Barrier Coatings Ltd. PHONE: (306)933-9988 • FAX: (306)933-9838 3037A Faithfull Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 admin@barriercoatings.com www.barriercoatings.com

Superior Cabinets PHONE: (306)667-6600 • FAX: (306)667-6687 747 - 46th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A1 saskatoonshowroom@superiorcabinets.ca www.superiorcabinets.ca

Inland Lehigh Group PHONE: (306)374-9434 • FAX: (306)373-1225 136-107th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 3A5 bcollander@lehighcement.com www.inlandcanada.com

Tait Kitchen Centre PHONE: (306)668-6177 • FAX: (306)668-6199 2639A Faithfull Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 5W2 tait.kitchens@sasktel.net www.taitkitchens.net

Cable Television

Lafarge Construction Materials PHONE: (306)934-7555 • FAX: (306)934-7554 838 - 50th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0X6 pavin.garcia@lafarge.com

Shaw Cablesystems PHONE: (306)667-3356 • FAX: (306)244-0105 2326 Hanselman Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z3 welcomehomesas@sjrb.ca www.shaw.ca

Pre-Con Limited PHONE: (306)931-9229 • FAX: (306)931-4447 3320 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Y7 ellery@preconltd.ca www.preconltd.ca

Carpentry & Finishing

Saskatoon Custom Garage Interiors Inc. PHONE: (306)933-4320 • FAX: (306)933-4314 3122A Miller Avenue Saskatoon S7K 5Y2 elaine@customgarages.ca www.customgarages.ca

Conam Developments PHONE: (306)291-3469 PO Box 22027; RPO Wildwood Saskatoon, SK S7M 5P1 conamdevelopments@sasktel.net

Western Redi Mix Inc. PHONE: (306)956-7334 • FAX: (306)956-7344 131 - 105th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z2 westernredimix@sasktel.net

Delonix Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)341-2184 • FAX: (306)382-3874 1413 Avenue I North Saskatoon, SK S7L 2J4 daryl@delonixconstruction.com www.delonixconstruction.com

Western Wall Systems PHONE: (306)242-3121 • FAX: (306)242-5935 P.O. Box 111 R.R. #4 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J7 westernwall@sasktel.net

Woodstyles Woodworking PHONE: (306)227-0522 • FAX: (306)384-2784 15 Peeling Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7M 4M1 willie_mark@msn.com

Consulting - Engineers

Ceramic Floor & Wall Tile Cornerstone Flooring & Interiors PHONE: (306)955-4441 • FAX: (306)955-8118 #7, 844 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 5C7 cornerstoneflooring@sasktel.net www.cornerstoneflooring.ca Floor Covering Direct PHONE: (306)374-2500 • FAX: (306)374-2208 301B-22nd Street West Saskatoon, SK S7M 5W5 info@floorcoveringdirect.ca www.floorcoveringdirect.ca GT Flooring PHONE: (306)665-1888 • FAX: (306)477-8272 #13-705 Central Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 3A4 info@gtflooring.ca www.gtflooring.ca

Ceramic Tile A.C. Flooring & Installations (2004) Ltd. PHONE: (306)931-8684 • FAX: (306)931-7702 2218 Millar Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7K 4L1 duanethome@acflooring.ca www.acflooring.ca

Associated Engineering (Sask) Ltd PHONE: (306)653-4969 • FAX: (306)242-4904 1-2225 Northridge Drive Saskatoon, SK S7L 6X6 georged@ae.ca www.ae.ca Magna IV Engineering PHONE: (306)585-2100 • FAX: (306)585-2191 1040 Winnipeg Street Regina, SK S4R 8P8 wtardif@magnaiv.com magnaiv.com

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Primary Engineering and Construction PHONE: (306)988-0077 Unit 210 – 220 20th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7K 1L7 sask@primaryeng.com www.primaryeng.com Rempel Engineering & Management Ltd. PHONE: (306)343-8737 • FAX: (306)343-8732 1809 Lorne Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7H 1Y5 cliff@rempeleng.ca www.rempeleng.ca

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Prime Source Building Products Canada Ltd PHONE: (306)241-7740 • FAX: (403)203-2996 2590 61st Ave SE Calgary, AB T2C 4V2 reimert@primesourcebp.com www.primesourcebp.com Rona Inc. PHONE: (306)933-1903 • FAX: (306)652-1911 1722 Preston Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7N 4Y1 contractsales364@rona.ca www.rona.ca Saskatoon Co-operative Association PHONE: (306)933-0350 • FAX: (306)933-0328 311 Circle Drive West Saskatoon, SK S7L 7C6 jhunt.coop@sasktel.net www.saskatooncoop.ca Timberstone Distribution Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-2990 • FAX: (306)665-0331 124 Tubby Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7K 8J4 curtis@tsdstone.ca Trail Appliances PHONE: (306)986-0200FAX: (306)986-0201 3150 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK. S7L 5Y6 sales@trail-appliances.com www.trailappliances.com Warman Homes PHONE: (306)933-9595 • FAX: (306)934-0690 Box 1000 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 info@warmanhomes.ca www.warmanhomes.ca Western Wall Systems PHONE: (306)242-3121 • FAX: (306)242-5935 P.O. Box 111 R.R. #4 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J7 westernwall@sasktel.net

Cabinets Centennial 360 PHONE: (306)665-5366 • FAX: (306)934-0577 710 - 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 4K4 centennialplumbing@sasktel.net www.centennialplumbing.com Flo-Form Countertops (Custom Countertops) PHONE: (306)665-7733 • FAX: (306)664-2172 #10-710 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A2 krendek@floform.com www.floform.com Helgason Roofing Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-1996 • FAX: (306)933-1288 611-48th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 6G2 helgasonroofing@sasktel.net Huntwood Custom Cabinets PHONE: (509)924-5855 • FAX: (509)471-1237 23800 E Appleway Liberty Lake, WA 99019 Majestic Cabinets (1990) Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-0660 • FAX: (306)244-7949 511 - 45th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0W3 murray@majesticcabinets.ca www.majesticcabinets.ca NuFab Building Products PHONE: (306)244-7119 • FAX: (306)244-0553 701-45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 5W5 sales@nufab.com www.nufab.com

Concrete Products & Supplies

Pristine Countertop Distributors PHONE: (306)653-9177 • FAX: (306)934-0398 371 34th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0S9 pat@pristinecountertops.com www.pristinecountertops.com

Ardel Steel PHONE: (306)244-8300 • FAX: (306)244-8302 202 Wheeler Street Saskatoon, SK S7P 0A9 bknutson@ardelsteel.com www.ardelsteel.com

Saskatoon Custom Garage Interiors Inc. PHONE: (306)933-4320 • FAX: (306)933-4314 3122A Miller Avenue Saskatoon S7K 5Y2 elaine@customgarages.ca www.customgarages.ca

Barrier Coatings Ltd. PHONE: (306)933-9988 • FAX: (306)933-9838 3037A Faithfull Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 admin@barriercoatings.com www.barriercoatings.com

Superior Cabinets PHONE: (306)667-6600 • FAX: (306)667-6687 747 - 46th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A1 saskatoonshowroom@superiorcabinets.ca www.superiorcabinets.ca

Inland Lehigh Group PHONE: (306)374-9434 • FAX: (306)373-1225 136-107th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 3A5 bcollander@lehighcement.com www.inlandcanada.com

Tait Kitchen Centre PHONE: (306)668-6177 • FAX: (306)668-6199 2639A Faithfull Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 5W2 tait.kitchens@sasktel.net www.taitkitchens.net

Cable Television

Lafarge Construction Materials PHONE: (306)934-7555 • FAX: (306)934-7554 838 - 50th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0X6 pavin.garcia@lafarge.com

Shaw Cablesystems PHONE: (306)667-3356 • FAX: (306)244-0105 2326 Hanselman Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z3 welcomehomesas@sjrb.ca www.shaw.ca

Pre-Con Limited PHONE: (306)931-9229 • FAX: (306)931-4447 3320 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Y7 ellery@preconltd.ca www.preconltd.ca

Carpentry & Finishing

Saskatoon Custom Garage Interiors Inc. PHONE: (306)933-4320 • FAX: (306)933-4314 3122A Miller Avenue Saskatoon S7K 5Y2 elaine@customgarages.ca www.customgarages.ca

Conam Developments PHONE: (306)291-3469 PO Box 22027; RPO Wildwood Saskatoon, SK S7M 5P1 conamdevelopments@sasktel.net

Western Redi Mix Inc. PHONE: (306)956-7334 • FAX: (306)956-7344 131 - 105th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z2 westernredimix@sasktel.net

Delonix Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)341-2184 • FAX: (306)382-3874 1413 Avenue I North Saskatoon, SK S7L 2J4 daryl@delonixconstruction.com www.delonixconstruction.com

Western Wall Systems PHONE: (306)242-3121 • FAX: (306)242-5935 P.O. Box 111 R.R. #4 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J7 westernwall@sasktel.net

Woodstyles Woodworking PHONE: (306)227-0522 • FAX: (306)384-2784 15 Peeling Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7M 4M1 willie_mark@msn.com

Consulting - Engineers

Ceramic Floor & Wall Tile Cornerstone Flooring & Interiors PHONE: (306)955-4441 • FAX: (306)955-8118 #7, 844 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 5C7 cornerstoneflooring@sasktel.net www.cornerstoneflooring.ca Floor Covering Direct PHONE: (306)374-2500 • FAX: (306)374-2208 301B-22nd Street West Saskatoon, SK S7M 5W5 info@floorcoveringdirect.ca www.floorcoveringdirect.ca GT Flooring PHONE: (306)665-1888 • FAX: (306)477-8272 #13-705 Central Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 3A4 info@gtflooring.ca www.gtflooring.ca

Ceramic Tile A.C. Flooring & Installations (2004) Ltd. PHONE: (306)931-8684 • FAX: (306)931-7702 2218 Millar Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7K 4L1 duanethome@acflooring.ca www.acflooring.ca

Associated Engineering (Sask) Ltd PHONE: (306)653-4969 • FAX: (306)242-4904 1-2225 Northridge Drive Saskatoon, SK S7L 6X6 georged@ae.ca www.ae.ca Magna IV Engineering PHONE: (306)585-2100 • FAX: (306)585-2191 1040 Winnipeg Street Regina, SK S4R 8P8 wtardif@magnaiv.com magnaiv.com

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Construction Equipment & Supplies Roofmart Prairies Ltd. PHONE: (306)931-1001 • FAX: (306)934-8865 837C 50th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 3Y5 cory.rodych@roofmart.ca www.roofmart.ca

Countertops Flo-Form Countertops (Custom Countertops) PHONE: (306)665-7733 • FAX: (306)664-2172 #10-710 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A2 krendek@floform.com www.floform.com Pristine Countertop Distributors PHONE: (306)653-9177 • FAX: (306)934-0398 371 34th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0S9 pat@pristinecountertops.com www.pristinecountertops.com Sand and Stone Concrete Interiors PHONE: (306)374-6563 • FAX: (306)374-4442 201 Jessop Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y3 brucerempel@sasktel.net www.sandandstonebyrempel.com

Stone’s Edge Granite Company Ltd PHONE: (306)978-0202 • FAX: (306)978-0216 2024 Quebec Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1W4 rkr2@sasktel.net www.stonesedgegranite.com

Vision Landscape & Design PHONE: (306)373-6716 17 Fraser Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7H 3G9 info@visionlandscape.ca www.visionlandscape.ca

Superior Cabinets PHONE: (306)667-6600 • FAX: (306)667-6687 747 - 46th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A1 saskatoonshowroom@superiorcabinets.ca www.superiorcabinets.ca

Your Yard Solutions Ltd PHONE: (306)382-1759 • FAX: (306)382-4885 Box 1188 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 sales@youryardsolutions.ca www.youryardsolutions.ca

Zel Countertops PHONE: (306)934-1929 • FAX: (306)934-2634 2957 Miners Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4Z6 zelcountertops@sasktel.net www.zelcountertops.com

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Advance Door Systems PHONE: (877)781-0207 • FAX: (306)781-0231 P.O Box 30028 Regina, SK S4N 4N0 jeff@advancedoor.com www.advancedoor.com

NuFab Building Products PHONE: (306)244-7119 • FAX: (306)244-0553 701-45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 5W5 sales@nufab.com www.nufab.com

Denovo Window & Door PHONE: (306)384-5310 • FAX: (306)384-5311 203 C&D 47th Street E Saskatoon, SK S7K 5H1 info@denovowindows.com www.denovowindows.com

R & R Home Leisure PHONE: (306)249-3399 • FAX: (306)651-2869 2412 Miller Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 3V2 rkeep@beachcombersk.ca

JELD-WEN Windows & Doors PHONE: (306)539-8686 • FAX: (306)543-9821 118 Tubby Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7K 8J4 dougca@jeld-wen.ca www.jeld-wen.ca

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Construction Equipment & Supplies Roofmart Prairies Ltd. PHONE: (306)931-1001 • FAX: (306)934-8865 837C 50th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 3Y5 cory.rodych@roofmart.ca www.roofmart.ca

Countertops Flo-Form Countertops (Custom Countertops) PHONE: (306)665-7733 • FAX: (306)664-2172 #10-710 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A2 krendek@floform.com www.floform.com Pristine Countertop Distributors PHONE: (306)653-9177 • FAX: (306)934-0398 371 34th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0S9 pat@pristinecountertops.com www.pristinecountertops.com Sand and Stone Concrete Interiors PHONE: (306)374-6563 • FAX: (306)374-4442 201 Jessop Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y3 brucerempel@sasktel.net www.sandandstonebyrempel.com

Stone’s Edge Granite Company Ltd PHONE: (306)978-0202 • FAX: (306)978-0216 2024 Quebec Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1W4 rkr2@sasktel.net www.stonesedgegranite.com

Vision Landscape & Design PHONE: (306)373-6716 17 Fraser Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7H 3G9 info@visionlandscape.ca www.visionlandscape.ca

Superior Cabinets PHONE: (306)667-6600 • FAX: (306)667-6687 747 - 46th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A1 saskatoonshowroom@superiorcabinets.ca www.superiorcabinets.ca

Your Yard Solutions Ltd PHONE: (306)382-1759 • FAX: (306)382-4885 Box 1188 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 sales@youryardsolutions.ca www.youryardsolutions.ca

Zel Countertops PHONE: (306)934-1929 • FAX: (306)934-2634 2957 Miners Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4Z6 zelcountertops@sasktel.net www.zelcountertops.com

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Advance Door Systems PHONE: (877)781-0207 • FAX: (306)781-0231 P.O Box 30028 Regina, SK S4N 4N0 jeff@advancedoor.com www.advancedoor.com

NuFab Building Products PHONE: (306)244-7119 • FAX: (306)244-0553 701-45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 5W5 sales@nufab.com www.nufab.com

Denovo Window & Door PHONE: (306)384-5310 • FAX: (306)384-5311 203 C&D 47th Street E Saskatoon, SK S7K 5H1 info@denovowindows.com www.denovowindows.com

R & R Home Leisure PHONE: (306)249-3399 • FAX: (306)651-2869 2412 Miller Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 3V2 rkeep@beachcombersk.ca

JELD-WEN Windows & Doors PHONE: (306)539-8686 • FAX: (306)543-9821 118 Tubby Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7K 8J4 dougca@jeld-wen.ca www.jeld-wen.ca

Saskatoon Deck Shop PHONE: (306)664-0095 • FAX: (306)653-0801 111 B Wheeler Street Saskatoon, SK S7P 0A4 sales@SaskatoonDeckShop.com www.SaskatoonDeckShop.com

Pacific Home Products Ltd PHONE: (306)244-2800 • FAX: (306)242-9363 #1 501 45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z9 info@pacifichomeproducts.ca CONTINUED ON PAGE 31

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CATEGORIES CONTINUED FROM PAGE 28 Ply Gem PHONE: (306)374-6166 • FAX: (306)373-1777 331 - 105th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z4 troy.meuchel@plygem.ca www.plygem.ca Steel Craft Door Sales PHONE: (306)652-7131 • FAX: (306)652-0704 843 - 56th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5Y9 steelcraft@sasktel.net www.steelcraftdoor.ca Zemco Door Products PHONE: (306)343-9550 • FAX: (306)244-9600 1638 Alberta Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1R6 jzemlak@zemcodoors.com www.zemcodoors.com

Doors - Overhead Garage Creative Door Services Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-5886 • FAX: (306)653-5875 400B - 41st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 8E7 saskatoon@creativedoor.com www.creativedoor.com Overhead Door Company of Saskatoon PHONE: (306)244-4040 • FAX: (306)775-2322 #2-501 45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S4L 5Z9 sales@odcs.ca www.odcs.ca

Drafting Services

Drywall Contractors

Beyond Measure Design Inc. PHONE: (306)974-3955 • FAX: (306)974-3951 Box 30052 Saskatoon, SK S7L 7M6 info@beyondmeasuredesign.ca www.beyondmeasuredesign.ca

Winroc, A Division of Superior Plus LP PHONE: (306)931-0101 • FAX: (306)931-9262 2817 Miners Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4Z4 djohnson@winroc.com

CADvantage Design Ltd. PHONE: (306)373-3805 • FAX: (306)373-3806 110-4002 Arthur Rose Ave Saskatoon, SK S7P 0C9 doug@cadvantagedesign.com www.cadvantagedesign.com BREWSTER drafting design inc PHONE: (306)281-8164 • FAX: (306)373-1544 338 Laval Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7H 4K8 w.brewster@shaw.ca www.brewsterdrafting.com Final Draft Co. Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-5954 • FAX: (306)477-5938 Bay A5C, 116 - 103rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y7 brett.finaldraft@sasktel.net Studio 2.0 Interior Design Consultants PHONE: (306)262-6884 • FAX: (306)664-6844 adrienne@studio2point0.ca www.studio2point0.ca

Eavestroughing Offroad Exteriors Inc. PHONE: (306)381-3925 • FAX: (306)244-4868 501 Centennial Drive North Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 admin@offroadexteriors.com www.offroadexteriors.com Pro Exteriors Inc. PHONE: (306)242-1067 • FAX: (306)384-3606 3037 Faithfull Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 sales@proexteriors.ca www.proexteriors.ca

Education & Training SIAST Kelsey Campus PHONE: (306)659-4156 • FAX: (306)933-6712 1130 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK S7K 3R5 www.siast.co Trans Industrial Safety Training PHONE: (306)934-5935 • FAX: (306)934-5936 602B-51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 7K3 transindustrial@sasktel.net www.transindustrial.ca

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CATEGORIES CONTINUED FROM PAGE 28 Ply Gem PHONE: (306)374-6166 • FAX: (306)373-1777 331 - 105th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z4 troy.meuchel@plygem.ca www.plygem.ca Steel Craft Door Sales PHONE: (306)652-7131 • FAX: (306)652-0704 843 - 56th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5Y9 steelcraft@sasktel.net www.steelcraftdoor.ca Zemco Door Products PHONE: (306)343-9550 • FAX: (306)244-9600 1638 Alberta Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1R6 jzemlak@zemcodoors.com www.zemcodoors.com

Doors - Overhead Garage Creative Door Services Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-5886 • FAX: (306)653-5875 400B - 41st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 8E7 saskatoon@creativedoor.com www.creativedoor.com Overhead Door Company of Saskatoon PHONE: (306)244-4040 • FAX: (306)775-2322 #2-501 45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S4L 5Z9 sales@odcs.ca www.odcs.ca

Drafting Services

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Beyond Measure Design Inc. PHONE: (306)974-3955 • FAX: (306)974-3951 Box 30052 Saskatoon, SK S7L 7M6 info@beyondmeasuredesign.ca www.beyondmeasuredesign.ca

Winroc, A Division of Superior Plus LP PHONE: (306)931-0101 • FAX: (306)931-9262 2817 Miners Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4Z4 djohnson@winroc.com

CADvantage Design Ltd. PHONE: (306)373-3805 • FAX: (306)373-3806 110-4002 Arthur Rose Ave Saskatoon, SK S7P 0C9 doug@cadvantagedesign.com www.cadvantagedesign.com BREWSTER drafting design inc PHONE: (306)281-8164 • FAX: (306)373-1544 338 Laval Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7H 4K8 w.brewster@shaw.ca www.brewsterdrafting.com Final Draft Co. Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-5954 • FAX: (306)477-5938 Bay A5C, 116 - 103rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y7 brett.finaldraft@sasktel.net Studio 2.0 Interior Design Consultants PHONE: (306)262-6884 • FAX: (306)664-6844 adrienne@studio2point0.ca www.studio2point0.ca

Eavestroughing Offroad Exteriors Inc. PHONE: (306)381-3925 • FAX: (306)244-4868 501 Centennial Drive North Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 admin@offroadexteriors.com www.offroadexteriors.com Pro Exteriors Inc. PHONE: (306)242-1067 • FAX: (306)384-3606 3037 Faithfull Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 sales@proexteriors.ca www.proexteriors.ca

Education & Training SIAST Kelsey Campus PHONE: (306)659-4156 • FAX: (306)933-6712 1130 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK S7K 3R5 www.siast.co Trans Industrial Safety Training PHONE: (306)934-5935 • FAX: (306)934-5936 602B-51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 7K3 transindustrial@sasktel.net www.transindustrial.ca

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Fireplaces

Centennial 360 PHONE: (306)665-5366 • FAX: (306)934-0577 710 - 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 4K4 centennialplumbing@sasktel.net www.centennialplumbing.com

Centennial 360 PHONE: (306)665-5366 • FAX: (306)934-0577 710 - 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 4K4 centennialplumbing@sasktel.net www.centennialplumbing.com

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Northern Fireplace Ltd. PHONE: (306)244-2774 • FAX: (306)244-2002 2206 Speers Ave Saskatoon, SK S7L 5X7 northernfireplace@shaw.ca www.northernfireplace.com

Amerispec Inspection Services PHONE: (306)652-8779 FAX: (306)652-8711 #208, 3501 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7H 0W5 amerispecsaskatoon@sasktel.net www.amerispec.ca/saskatoon

Engineering Services Associated Engineering (Sask) Ltd PHONE: (306)653-4969 • FAX: (306)242-4904 1-2225 Northridge Drive Saskatoon, SK S7L 6X6 georged@ae.ca www.ae.ca Primary Engineering and Construction PHONE: (306)988-0077 Unit 210 – 220 20th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7K 1L7 sask@primaryeng.com www.primaryeng.com Rempel Engineering & Management Ltd. PHONE: (306)343-8737 • FAX: (306)343-8732 1809 Lorne Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7H 1Y5 cliff@rempeleng.ca www.rempeleng.ca

Fence Materials & Services Nordic Industries (1979) Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-3663 • FAX: (306)665-5990 404 Melville Street Saskatoon, SK S7J 4M2 info@nordicfence.com www.nordicfence.com Your Yard Solutions Ltd PHONE: (306)382-1759 • FAX: (306)382-4885 Box 1188 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 sales@youryardsolutions.ca www.youryardsolutions.ca

FinaNcial Services

Wheatland Fireplace PHONE: (306)249-4888 • FAX: (306)244-7800 625 - 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 1X7 wheatland.stoon@shaw.ca www.wheatlandfireplace.com

Flooring A.C. Flooring & Installations (2004) Ltd. PHONE: (306)931-8684 • FAX: (306)931-7702 2218 Millar Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7K 4L1 duanethome@acflooring.ca www.acflooring.ca Pristine Countertop Distributors PHONE: (306)653-9177 • FAX: (306)934-0398 371 34th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0S9 pat@pristinecountertops.com www.pristinecountertops.com

Flooring Installation Cornerstone Flooring & Interiors PHONE: (306)955-4441 • FAX: (306)955-8118 #7, 844 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 5C7 cornerstoneflooring@sasktel.net www.cornerstoneflooring.ca CQ Flooring Ltd. PHONE: (306)931-8080 • FAX: (306)242-4311 #7 - 805 Circle Drive East Saskatoon, SK S7K 3S4 cqflooring@sasktel.net www.cqflooring.com

Floor Covering Direct PHONE: (306)374-2500 • FAX: (306)374-2208 301B-22nd Street West Saskatoon, SK S7M 5W5 info@floorcoveringdirect.ca www.floorcoveringdirect.ca

GT Flooring PHONE: (306)665-1888 • FAX: (306)477-8272 #13-705 Central Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 3A4 info@gtflooring.ca www.gtflooring.ca

GT Flooring PHONE: (306)665-1888 • FAX: (306)477-8272 #13-705 Central Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 3A4 info@gtflooring.ca www.gtflooring.ca

G-Wood Flooring PHONE: (306)974-5330 832B Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z7 saltain@g-wood.ca www.g-wood.ca

Ridge Crest Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)230-1999 • FAX: (306)955-4162 P.O. Box 21119 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5N9 ridgecrest@shaw.ca www.ridgecrestdevelopments.ca

Western Carpet One PHONE: (306)665-6640 • FAX: (306)652-2625 610 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A2 jbussiere@westerncarpetcone.ca www.westerncarpetonesaskatoon.com

Western Carpet One PHONE: (306)665-6640 • FAX: (306)652-2625 610 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A2 jbussiere@westerncarpetcone.ca www.westerncarpetonesaskatoon.com

Foundation Materials

Flooring Materials Braid Flooring & Window Fashions PHONE: (306)244-1973 • FAX: (306)244-2727 1-2301 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 2Y1 info@braidflooring.com www.braidflooring.com

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Allan Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-5520 • FAX: (306)477-5521 317 103rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y9 chris@allanconstruction.ca

Foundation Contractors

CQ Flooring Ltd. PHONE: (306)931-8080 • FAX: (306)242-4311 #7 - 805 Circle Drive East Saskatoon, SK S7K 3S4 cqflooring@sasktel.net www.cqflooring.com

Rempel Bros. Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)374-6505 • FAX: (306)374-4442 201 Jessop Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y3 www.rempelbrothers.com Tuscany Homes Inc PHONE: (306)934-2868 • FAX: (306)242-8420 112-2301 Ave C N Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z5 tuscany@sasktel.net www.tuscanysaskatoon.com

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(306) 665-7733 www.floform.com Fabricators of: Cambria Quartz, Artisan Granite, Corian, Caesarstone – Zodiaq – Laminate

Foundation Repairs Barrier Coatings Ltd. PHONE: (306)933-9988 • FAX: (306)933-9838 3037A Faithfull Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 admin@barriercoatings.com www.barriercoatings.com

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Canadian Basement Replacements PHONE: (306)931-2249 • FAX: (306)931-6186 P.O.Box 730 Warman, SK. S0K 4S0 kerry.nbm@gmail.com www.basementreplacements.ca

Conexus Credit Union PHONE: (306)651-4505 • FAX: (306)651-5161 703 Circle Drive East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0V1 robert.ewashko@conexus.ca www.conexus.ca

Royal Bank, Saskatoon & Area PHONE: (306)651-8227 • FAX: (306)933-3587 319 Ludlow Street Saskatoon, SK S7S 1N6 greg.jensen@rbc.com w ww.rbc.com

General Contractors

City Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)261-5336 • FAX: (306)979-2733 734 Leddingham Place Saskatoon, SK S7V 0B6 home@cityhomeslimited.com www.cityhomeslimited.com

Western Wall Systems PHONE: (306)242-3121 • FAX: (306)242-5935 P.O. Box 111 R.R. #4 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J7 westernwall@sasktel.net

Inland Lehigh Group PHONE: (306)374-9434 • FAX: (306)373-1225 136-107th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 3A5 bcollander@lehighcement.com www.inlandcanada.com

Affinity Credit Union PHONE: (306)657-6832 • FAX: (306)653-0762 130 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 0G1 questions@affinitycu.ca www.affinitycu.ca

Moskowitz Capital Management PHONE: (416)781-6500 • FAX: (888)505-3620 2200 Yonge Street Toronto, ON M4S 2C6 brian@morkowitzcapital.com www.moskowitzcapital.com

Tuscany Homes Inc PHONE: (306)934-2868 • FAX: (306)242-8420 112-2301 Ave C N Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z5 tuscany@sasktel.net www.tuscanysaskatoon.com

Arbutus Park Properties PHONE: (604)742-1211 • FAX: (604)742-1211 #204, 1529 West 6th Avenue Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1R1 jdrexel@arbutusproperties.com www.rosewoodsaskatoon.com

Rempel Bros. Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)374-6505 • FAX: (306)374-4442 201 Jessop Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y3 www.rempelbrothers.com

Cornerstone Flooring & Interiors PHONE: (306)955-4441 • FAX: (306)955-8118 #7, 844 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 5C7 cornerstoneflooring@sasktel.net www.cornerstoneflooring.ca

Floor Covering Direct PHONE: (306)374-2500 • FAX: (306)374-2208 301B-22nd Street West Saskatoon, SK S7M 5W5 info@floorcoveringdirect.ca www.floorcoveringdirect.ca

K & A Construction PHONE: (306)221-1529 • FAX: (306)955-4388 Box 2055 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 kaconstruction@sasktel.net

Framing Contractors CFN Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-3023 146 Pulles Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7R 0B4 gerard@cfnconstruction.ca

Contact your local commercial representative for special preferred pricing on major appliances & more.

FOR MORE INFO PLEASE CONTACT

Saskatoon Jonathan Klassen (306) 667-1448 jklassen@thebrick.com

C O N S U M E R G U I D E T O N E W H O M E S & R E N O VAT I O N S

Homes by Daon PHONE: (306)668-9933 • FAX: (306)668-9933 R.R. #2 Station Main Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J5 daonco@xplornet.com www.daonconstruction.com

C O N S U M E R G U I D E T O N E W H O M E S & R E N O VAT I O N S

317-103RD STREET EAST SASKATOON SK S7N 1Y9

CELL: 306 380.5732 BUS: 306 477.5520 FAX: 306 477.5521

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Electrical Contractors

Fireplaces

Centennial 360 PHONE: (306)665-5366 • FAX: (306)934-0577 710 - 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 4K4 centennialplumbing@sasktel.net www.centennialplumbing.com

Centennial 360 PHONE: (306)665-5366 • FAX: (306)934-0577 710 - 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 4K4 centennialplumbing@sasktel.net www.centennialplumbing.com

Energy Star Certified/R2000

Northern Fireplace Ltd. PHONE: (306)244-2774 • FAX: (306)244-2002 2206 Speers Ave Saskatoon, SK S7L 5X7 northernfireplace@shaw.ca www.northernfireplace.com

Amerispec Inspection Services PHONE: (306)652-8779 FAX: (306)652-8711 #208, 3501 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7H 0W5 amerispecsaskatoon@sasktel.net www.amerispec.ca/saskatoon

Engineering Services Associated Engineering (Sask) Ltd PHONE: (306)653-4969 • FAX: (306)242-4904 1-2225 Northridge Drive Saskatoon, SK S7L 6X6 georged@ae.ca www.ae.ca Primary Engineering and Construction PHONE: (306)988-0077 Unit 210 – 220 20th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7K 1L7 sask@primaryeng.com www.primaryeng.com Rempel Engineering & Management Ltd. PHONE: (306)343-8737 • FAX: (306)343-8732 1809 Lorne Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7H 1Y5 cliff@rempeleng.ca www.rempeleng.ca

Fence Materials & Services Nordic Industries (1979) Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-3663 • FAX: (306)665-5990 404 Melville Street Saskatoon, SK S7J 4M2 info@nordicfence.com www.nordicfence.com Your Yard Solutions Ltd PHONE: (306)382-1759 • FAX: (306)382-4885 Box 1188 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 sales@youryardsolutions.ca www.youryardsolutions.ca

FinaNcial Services

Wheatland Fireplace PHONE: (306)249-4888 • FAX: (306)244-7800 625 - 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 1X7 wheatland.stoon@shaw.ca www.wheatlandfireplace.com

Flooring A.C. Flooring & Installations (2004) Ltd. PHONE: (306)931-8684 • FAX: (306)931-7702 2218 Millar Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7K 4L1 duanethome@acflooring.ca www.acflooring.ca Pristine Countertop Distributors PHONE: (306)653-9177 • FAX: (306)934-0398 371 34th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0S9 pat@pristinecountertops.com www.pristinecountertops.com

Flooring Installation Cornerstone Flooring & Interiors PHONE: (306)955-4441 • FAX: (306)955-8118 #7, 844 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 5C7 cornerstoneflooring@sasktel.net www.cornerstoneflooring.ca CQ Flooring Ltd. PHONE: (306)931-8080 • FAX: (306)242-4311 #7 - 805 Circle Drive East Saskatoon, SK S7K 3S4 cqflooring@sasktel.net www.cqflooring.com

Floor Covering Direct PHONE: (306)374-2500 • FAX: (306)374-2208 301B-22nd Street West Saskatoon, SK S7M 5W5 info@floorcoveringdirect.ca www.floorcoveringdirect.ca

GT Flooring PHONE: (306)665-1888 • FAX: (306)477-8272 #13-705 Central Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 3A4 info@gtflooring.ca www.gtflooring.ca

GT Flooring PHONE: (306)665-1888 • FAX: (306)477-8272 #13-705 Central Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 3A4 info@gtflooring.ca www.gtflooring.ca

G-Wood Flooring PHONE: (306)974-5330 832B Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z7 saltain@g-wood.ca www.g-wood.ca

Ridge Crest Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)230-1999 • FAX: (306)955-4162 P.O. Box 21119 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5N9 ridgecrest@shaw.ca www.ridgecrestdevelopments.ca

Western Carpet One PHONE: (306)665-6640 • FAX: (306)652-2625 610 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A2 jbussiere@westerncarpetcone.ca www.westerncarpetonesaskatoon.com

Western Carpet One PHONE: (306)665-6640 • FAX: (306)652-2625 610 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A2 jbussiere@westerncarpetcone.ca www.westerncarpetonesaskatoon.com

Foundation Materials

Flooring Materials Braid Flooring & Window Fashions PHONE: (306)244-1973 • FAX: (306)244-2727 1-2301 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 2Y1 info@braidflooring.com www.braidflooring.com

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Allan Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)477-5520 • FAX: (306)477-5521 317 103rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y9 chris@allanconstruction.ca

Foundation Contractors

CQ Flooring Ltd. PHONE: (306)931-8080 • FAX: (306)242-4311 #7 - 805 Circle Drive East Saskatoon, SK S7K 3S4 cqflooring@sasktel.net www.cqflooring.com

Rempel Bros. Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)374-6505 • FAX: (306)374-4442 201 Jessop Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y3 www.rempelbrothers.com Tuscany Homes Inc PHONE: (306)934-2868 • FAX: (306)242-8420 112-2301 Ave C N Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z5 tuscany@sasktel.net www.tuscanysaskatoon.com

#10-710 Cynthia St. SASKATOON, SK.

(306) 665-7733 www.floform.com Fabricators of: Cambria Quartz, Artisan Granite, Corian, Caesarstone – Zodiaq – Laminate

Foundation Repairs Barrier Coatings Ltd. PHONE: (306)933-9988 • FAX: (306)933-9838 3037A Faithfull Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 admin@barriercoatings.com www.barriercoatings.com

Moving into a new home?

Canadian Basement Replacements PHONE: (306)931-2249 • FAX: (306)931-6186 P.O.Box 730 Warman, SK. S0K 4S0 kerry.nbm@gmail.com www.basementreplacements.ca

Conexus Credit Union PHONE: (306)651-4505 • FAX: (306)651-5161 703 Circle Drive East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0V1 robert.ewashko@conexus.ca www.conexus.ca

Royal Bank, Saskatoon & Area PHONE: (306)651-8227 • FAX: (306)933-3587 319 Ludlow Street Saskatoon, SK S7S 1N6 greg.jensen@rbc.com w ww.rbc.com

General Contractors

City Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)261-5336 • FAX: (306)979-2733 734 Leddingham Place Saskatoon, SK S7V 0B6 home@cityhomeslimited.com www.cityhomeslimited.com

Western Wall Systems PHONE: (306)242-3121 • FAX: (306)242-5935 P.O. Box 111 R.R. #4 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J7 westernwall@sasktel.net

Inland Lehigh Group PHONE: (306)374-9434 • FAX: (306)373-1225 136-107th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 3A5 bcollander@lehighcement.com www.inlandcanada.com

Affinity Credit Union PHONE: (306)657-6832 • FAX: (306)653-0762 130 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 0G1 questions@affinitycu.ca www.affinitycu.ca

Moskowitz Capital Management PHONE: (416)781-6500 • FAX: (888)505-3620 2200 Yonge Street Toronto, ON M4S 2C6 brian@morkowitzcapital.com www.moskowitzcapital.com

Tuscany Homes Inc PHONE: (306)934-2868 • FAX: (306)242-8420 112-2301 Ave C N Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z5 tuscany@sasktel.net www.tuscanysaskatoon.com

Arbutus Park Properties PHONE: (604)742-1211 • FAX: (604)742-1211 #204, 1529 West 6th Avenue Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1R1 jdrexel@arbutusproperties.com www.rosewoodsaskatoon.com

Rempel Bros. Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)374-6505 • FAX: (306)374-4442 201 Jessop Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y3 www.rempelbrothers.com

Cornerstone Flooring & Interiors PHONE: (306)955-4441 • FAX: (306)955-8118 #7, 844 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 5C7 cornerstoneflooring@sasktel.net www.cornerstoneflooring.ca

Floor Covering Direct PHONE: (306)374-2500 • FAX: (306)374-2208 301B-22nd Street West Saskatoon, SK S7M 5W5 info@floorcoveringdirect.ca www.floorcoveringdirect.ca

K & A Construction PHONE: (306)221-1529 • FAX: (306)955-4388 Box 2055 Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 kaconstruction@sasktel.net

Framing Contractors CFN Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)934-3023 146 Pulles Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7R 0B4 gerard@cfnconstruction.ca

Contact your local commercial representative for special preferred pricing on major appliances & more.

FOR MORE INFO PLEASE CONTACT

Saskatoon Jonathan Klassen (306) 667-1448 jklassen@thebrick.com

C O N S U M E R G U I D E T O N E W H O M E S & R E N O VAT I O N S

Homes by Daon PHONE: (306)668-9933 • FAX: (306)668-9933 R.R. #2 Station Main Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J5 daonco@xplornet.com www.daonconstruction.com

C O N S U M E R G U I D E T O N E W H O M E S & R E N O VAT I O N S

317-103RD STREET EAST SASKATOON SK S7N 1Y9

CELL: 306 380.5732 BUS: 306 477.5520 FAX: 306 477.5521

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Glass & Mirrors

Hot Tubs & Spas

Brock White Canada Company PHONE: (306)931-9255 • FAX: (306)242-7113 803 48th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0X5 thassen@brockwhite.com www.brockwhite.com

Arctic Spas PHONE: (306)477-4688 • FAX: (306)477-4678 602B 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 7J7 dave@arctichottubssaskatono.ca www.arctichottubssaskatoon.ca

Window Warehouse PHONE: (306)933-4474 • FAX: (306)933-4310 2710 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4J4 window.coralee@sasktel.net www.windowwarehouse.ca

Dynasty Spas PHONE: (306)664-8827 #19, 510 Circle Drive E Saskatoon, SK. S7K 7C7 rochelle_8@hotmail.com

Granite/Marble/Quartz Flo-Form Countertops (Custom Countertops) PHONE: (306)665-7733 • FAX: (306)664-2172 #10-710 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A2 krendek@floform.com www.floform.com aba Granite PHONE: (306)649-4222 • FAX: (306)649-4242 3-3603 Millar Ave Saskatoon, SK S7P 0B2 sales@gabagranite.ca Stone’s Edge Granite Company Ltd PHONE: (306)978-0202 • FAX: (306)978-0216 2024 Quebec Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1W4 rkr2@sasktel.net www.stonesedgegranite.com

Government Agencies Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce PHONE: (306)244-2151 • FAX: (306)244-8366 104 - 202 4th Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 1M6 chamber@saskatoonchamber.com www.saskatoonchamber.com Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce PHONE: (306)352-2671 • FAX: (306)781-7084 1630 Chateau Tower, 1920 Broad Regina, SK S4P 3V2 mmcfadyen@saskchamber.com www.saskchamber.com Saskatchewan Housing Corporation PHONE: (306)787-4177 • FAX: (306)798-3110 11th Floor - 1920 Broad Street Regina, SK S4P 3V6 tim.gross@gov.sk.ca www.socialservices.gov.sk.ca/housing/

Heating L & L Heating & Cooling PHONE: (306)934-7464 • FAX: (306)244-8861 618-47th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X3 landl.kenb@gmail.com

Home Automation & Security SuRe Innovations Ltd. PHONE: (306)974-0888 2525 Wentz Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7K 2K9 info@sureinnovations.com www.sureinnovations.com

Home Energy Evaluations Amerispec Inspection Services PHONE: (306)652-8779 • FAX: (306)652-8711 #208, 3501 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7H 0W5 amerispecsaskatoon@sasktel.net www.amerispec.ca/saskatoon

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R & R Home Leisure PHONE: (306)249-3399 • FAX: (306)651-2869 2412 Miller Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 3V2 www.rkeep@beachcombersk.ca The Energy Doctor PHONE: (306)665-1119 • FAX: (306)665-1230 2202 Ave C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 6C3 energydoc.stoon@sasktel.net www.theenergydoctor.ca

Inspectors & Auditors Amerispec Inspection Services PHONE: (306)652-8779 • FAX: (306)652-8711 #208, 3501 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7H 0W5 amerispecsaskatoon@sasktel.net www.amerispec.ca/saskatoon

Installation Services Convoy Supply Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-5402 • FAX: (306)653-5410 803 - 46th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0X1 saskatoon@convoy-supply.com www.convoy-supply.com

Installation Supplies

Federated Insurance PHONE: (306)244-4131 • FAX: (306)664-6400 31 - 1736 Quebec Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7K 1V9 carman.davies@federated.ca www.federated.ca

Interior Decorating Budget Blinds of Saskatoon PHONE: (306)242-5706 • FAX: (306)242-5707 B102 - 2834 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X7 kqlang@budgetblinds.com www.budgetblinds.com

Interior Designers Studio 2.0 Interior Design Consultants PHONE: (306)262-6884 • FAX: (306)664-6844 245 Guelph Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7H 4P9 adrienne@studio2point0.ca www.studio2point0.ca

Land Developers Boychuk Construction Corp. PHONE: (306)374-3939 • FAX: (306)374-4411 Box 22039 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 boychukconst@sasktel.net www.boychukhomes.com Dundee Developments PHONE: (306)374-6100 • FAX: (306)955-7673 #112 - 2100 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V1 dluczka@dundeerealty.com www.dundeedevelopments.com North Prairie Developments PHONE: (306)931-2880 • FAX: (306)242-3133 3030 Louise Street Saskatoon, SK S7J 3L8 allie@northprairiehomes.com www.northprairiehomes.com

Convoy Supply Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-5402 • FAX: (306)653-5410 803 - 46th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0X1 saskatoon@convoy-supply.com www.convoy-supply.com

Saskatoon Land PHONE: (306)975-3278 • FAX: (306)975-3070 201-3rd Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 2H7 land@saskatoon.ca www.saskatoon.ca

Insulation Services

Landscape Architechs & Designers

PolarTech Spray Foam PHONE: (306)244-2699 • FAX: (306)384-1768 Bay 5- 2949 Miners Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 8A1 polartechsprayfoam@shaw.ca www.polartechsprayfoam.com Westcan Insulators 1991 Ltd. PHONE: (306)975-1242 • FAX: (306)975-1240 #5, 846 - 56th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5Y8

Insulation Supplies Westcan Insulators 1991 Ltd. PHONE: (306)975-1242 • FAX: (306)975-1240 #5, 846 - 56th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5Y8 Winroc, A Division of Superior Plus LP PHONE: (306)931-0101 • FAX: (306)931-9262 2817 Miners Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4Z4 djohnson@winroc.com

Insurance Cherry Insurance Ltd PHONE: (306)955-3131 • FAX: (306)374-8074 206 Circle Drive E Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0T5 amcdougall@cherryinsurance.net

Geoscape Design PHONE: (306)222-8065 314 Fehr Crescent Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 danychuk@sasktel.net Vision Landscape & Design PHONE: (306)373-6716 17 Fraser Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7H 3G9 info@visionlandscape.ca www.visionlandscape.ca

Landscape CONTRACTORS Vision Landscape & Design PHONE: (306)373-6716 17 Fraser Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7H 3G9 info@visionlandscape.ca www.visionlandscape.ca

Lawyers Cuelenaere, Kendall, Katzman & Watson PHONE: (306)653-5000 • FAX: (306)652-4171 #500, 128 4th AvenueSouth Saskatoon, SK S7K 1M8 bjamieson@cuelenaere.com www.cuelenaere.com

C O N S U M E R G U I D E T O N E W H O M E S & R E N O VAT I O N S

McDougall Gauley LLP PHONE: (306)653-1212 FAX: (306)652-1323 701 Broadway Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 3L7 bshaw@mcdougallgauley.com www.mcdougallgauley.com McKercher LLP. PHONE: (306)653-2000 • FAX: (306)653-2669 374-3rd Avenue South Saskatoon, SK S7K 1M5 d.richardson@mckercher.ca www.mckercher.ca

Global Television PHONE: (306)978-6369 • FAX: (306)665-6069 218 Robin Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7L 7C3 jennifer.shewchuk@shawmedia.ca www.globalnews.ca/saskatoon Metro Saskatoon PHONE: (306)649-2025 #100 - 728 Spadina Cres Saskatoon, SK S7K H7 barry.paton@metronews.ca www.metronews.ca

Nussbaum & Company PHONE: (306)955-8890 • FAX: (306)955-1293 204-2102-8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V1 nussbaum@nussbaum.ca

Rawlco Radio PHONE: (306)934-2222 • FAX: (306)477-0002 715 Saskatchewan Crescent West Saskatoon, SK S7M 5V7 bdonnelly@rawlco.com www.c95.com www.newstalk650.com www.rock102rous.com Saskatoon HOME Magazine PHONE: (306)373-1833 • FAX: (306)979-8955 607 Waters Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7W 0A4 info@saskatoon-home.ca www.saskatoon-home.ca

Light Fixtures B.A.Robinson PHONE: (306)664-2389 • FAX: (306)664-2405 829 46th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0X2 rogerf@barobinson.com www.barobinson.com Richardson Lighting PHONE: (306)933-4777 • FAX: (306)242-3341 3-402-47th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5H5 mike.rl@sasktel.net www.richardsonlighting.com

Lumber Supplies Adams Lumber PHONE: (306)652-5393 • FAX: (306)653-1112 1944 St. George Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7M 0K5 vic.adamslumber@sasktel.net www.adamslumber.ca J & H Builder’s Warehouse PHONE: (306)652-5322 • FAX: (306)652-5347 2505 Avenue C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A6 jh.builders@jhbuilders.com www.jhbuilders.com PinkWood Ltd. PHONE: (403)279-3700 • FAX: (403)279-3736 5929 6 St NE Calgary, AB T2K 5R5 johnl@pinkwood.ca www.pinkwood.ca

Leaping High Expectations! Go ahead. Expect more from Federated Insurance. Contact Carman Davies, your local Federated Insurance representative, today at 306.229.6727 or carman.davies@federated.ca

Rona Inc. PHONE: (306)933-1903 • FAX: (306)652-1911 1722 Preston Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7N 4Y1 contractsales364@rona.ca www.rona.ca Warman Homes PHONE: (306)933-9595 • FAX: (306)934-0690 Box 1000 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 info@warmanhomes.ca www.warmanhomes.ca

Masonry Supplies I-XL Masonry Supplies Ltd. PHONE: (306)664-3388 • FAX: (306)664-6493 #716-43rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 3T9 respenant@ixlmasonry.com www.ixlbrick.com

Media CTV Saskatoon PHONE: (306)665-9323 • FAX: (306)665-0450 #216 - 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 3W3 susan.propp@ctv.ca www.ctvsaskatoon.ca

C O N S U M E R G U I D E T O N E W H O M E S & R E N O VAT I O N S

In the Countertop Division

371 34 th STREET EAST 306-653-9177 www.pristinecountertops.com

In the Countertop Division

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Glass & Mirrors

Hot Tubs & Spas

Brock White Canada Company PHONE: (306)931-9255 • FAX: (306)242-7113 803 48th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0X5 thassen@brockwhite.com www.brockwhite.com

Arctic Spas PHONE: (306)477-4688 • FAX: (306)477-4678 602B 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 7J7 dave@arctichottubssaskatono.ca www.arctichottubssaskatoon.ca

Window Warehouse PHONE: (306)933-4474 • FAX: (306)933-4310 2710 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4J4 window.coralee@sasktel.net www.windowwarehouse.ca

Dynasty Spas PHONE: (306)664-8827 #19, 510 Circle Drive E Saskatoon, SK. S7K 7C7 rochelle_8@hotmail.com

Granite/Marble/Quartz Flo-Form Countertops (Custom Countertops) PHONE: (306)665-7733 • FAX: (306)664-2172 #10-710 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A2 krendek@floform.com www.floform.com aba Granite PHONE: (306)649-4222 • FAX: (306)649-4242 3-3603 Millar Ave Saskatoon, SK S7P 0B2 sales@gabagranite.ca Stone’s Edge Granite Company Ltd PHONE: (306)978-0202 • FAX: (306)978-0216 2024 Quebec Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1W4 rkr2@sasktel.net www.stonesedgegranite.com

Government Agencies Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce PHONE: (306)244-2151 • FAX: (306)244-8366 104 - 202 4th Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 1M6 chamber@saskatoonchamber.com www.saskatoonchamber.com Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce PHONE: (306)352-2671 • FAX: (306)781-7084 1630 Chateau Tower, 1920 Broad Regina, SK S4P 3V2 mmcfadyen@saskchamber.com www.saskchamber.com Saskatchewan Housing Corporation PHONE: (306)787-4177 • FAX: (306)798-3110 11th Floor - 1920 Broad Street Regina, SK S4P 3V6 tim.gross@gov.sk.ca www.socialservices.gov.sk.ca/housing/

Heating L & L Heating & Cooling PHONE: (306)934-7464 • FAX: (306)244-8861 618-47th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X3 landl.kenb@gmail.com

Home Automation & Security SuRe Innovations Ltd. PHONE: (306)974-0888 2525 Wentz Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7K 2K9 info@sureinnovations.com www.sureinnovations.com

Home Energy Evaluations Amerispec Inspection Services PHONE: (306)652-8779 • FAX: (306)652-8711 #208, 3501 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7H 0W5 amerispecsaskatoon@sasktel.net www.amerispec.ca/saskatoon

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R & R Home Leisure PHONE: (306)249-3399 • FAX: (306)651-2869 2412 Miller Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 3V2 www.rkeep@beachcombersk.ca The Energy Doctor PHONE: (306)665-1119 • FAX: (306)665-1230 2202 Ave C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 6C3 energydoc.stoon@sasktel.net www.theenergydoctor.ca

Inspectors & Auditors Amerispec Inspection Services PHONE: (306)652-8779 • FAX: (306)652-8711 #208, 3501 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7H 0W5 amerispecsaskatoon@sasktel.net www.amerispec.ca/saskatoon

Installation Services Convoy Supply Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-5402 • FAX: (306)653-5410 803 - 46th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0X1 saskatoon@convoy-supply.com www.convoy-supply.com

Installation Supplies

Federated Insurance PHONE: (306)244-4131 • FAX: (306)664-6400 31 - 1736 Quebec Avenue Saskatoon, SK. S7K 1V9 carman.davies@federated.ca www.federated.ca

Interior Decorating Budget Blinds of Saskatoon PHONE: (306)242-5706 • FAX: (306)242-5707 B102 - 2834 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X7 kqlang@budgetblinds.com www.budgetblinds.com

Interior Designers Studio 2.0 Interior Design Consultants PHONE: (306)262-6884 • FAX: (306)664-6844 245 Guelph Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7H 4P9 adrienne@studio2point0.ca www.studio2point0.ca

Land Developers Boychuk Construction Corp. PHONE: (306)374-3939 • FAX: (306)374-4411 Box 22039 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 boychukconst@sasktel.net www.boychukhomes.com Dundee Developments PHONE: (306)374-6100 • FAX: (306)955-7673 #112 - 2100 8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V1 dluczka@dundeerealty.com www.dundeedevelopments.com North Prairie Developments PHONE: (306)931-2880 • FAX: (306)242-3133 3030 Louise Street Saskatoon, SK S7J 3L8 allie@northprairiehomes.com www.northprairiehomes.com

Convoy Supply Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-5402 • FAX: (306)653-5410 803 - 46th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0X1 saskatoon@convoy-supply.com www.convoy-supply.com

Saskatoon Land PHONE: (306)975-3278 • FAX: (306)975-3070 201-3rd Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 2H7 land@saskatoon.ca www.saskatoon.ca

Insulation Services

Landscape Architechs & Designers

PolarTech Spray Foam PHONE: (306)244-2699 • FAX: (306)384-1768 Bay 5- 2949 Miners Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 8A1 polartechsprayfoam@shaw.ca www.polartechsprayfoam.com Westcan Insulators 1991 Ltd. PHONE: (306)975-1242 • FAX: (306)975-1240 #5, 846 - 56th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5Y8

Insulation Supplies Westcan Insulators 1991 Ltd. PHONE: (306)975-1242 • FAX: (306)975-1240 #5, 846 - 56th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5Y8 Winroc, A Division of Superior Plus LP PHONE: (306)931-0101 • FAX: (306)931-9262 2817 Miners Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4Z4 djohnson@winroc.com

Insurance Cherry Insurance Ltd PHONE: (306)955-3131 • FAX: (306)374-8074 206 Circle Drive E Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0T5 amcdougall@cherryinsurance.net

Geoscape Design PHONE: (306)222-8065 314 Fehr Crescent Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 danychuk@sasktel.net Vision Landscape & Design PHONE: (306)373-6716 17 Fraser Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7H 3G9 info@visionlandscape.ca www.visionlandscape.ca

Landscape CONTRACTORS Vision Landscape & Design PHONE: (306)373-6716 17 Fraser Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7H 3G9 info@visionlandscape.ca www.visionlandscape.ca

Lawyers Cuelenaere, Kendall, Katzman & Watson PHONE: (306)653-5000 • FAX: (306)652-4171 #500, 128 4th AvenueSouth Saskatoon, SK S7K 1M8 bjamieson@cuelenaere.com www.cuelenaere.com

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McDougall Gauley LLP PHONE: (306)653-1212 FAX: (306)652-1323 701 Broadway Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 3L7 bshaw@mcdougallgauley.com www.mcdougallgauley.com McKercher LLP. PHONE: (306)653-2000 • FAX: (306)653-2669 374-3rd Avenue South Saskatoon, SK S7K 1M5 d.richardson@mckercher.ca www.mckercher.ca

Global Television PHONE: (306)978-6369 • FAX: (306)665-6069 218 Robin Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7L 7C3 jennifer.shewchuk@shawmedia.ca www.globalnews.ca/saskatoon Metro Saskatoon PHONE: (306)649-2025 #100 - 728 Spadina Cres Saskatoon, SK S7K H7 barry.paton@metronews.ca www.metronews.ca

Nussbaum & Company PHONE: (306)955-8890 • FAX: (306)955-1293 204-2102-8th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7H 0V1 nussbaum@nussbaum.ca

Rawlco Radio PHONE: (306)934-2222 • FAX: (306)477-0002 715 Saskatchewan Crescent West Saskatoon, SK S7M 5V7 bdonnelly@rawlco.com www.c95.com www.newstalk650.com www.rock102rous.com Saskatoon HOME Magazine PHONE: (306)373-1833 • FAX: (306)979-8955 607 Waters Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7W 0A4 info@saskatoon-home.ca www.saskatoon-home.ca

Light Fixtures B.A.Robinson PHONE: (306)664-2389 • FAX: (306)664-2405 829 46th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0X2 rogerf@barobinson.com www.barobinson.com Richardson Lighting PHONE: (306)933-4777 • FAX: (306)242-3341 3-402-47th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5H5 mike.rl@sasktel.net www.richardsonlighting.com

Lumber Supplies Adams Lumber PHONE: (306)652-5393 • FAX: (306)653-1112 1944 St. George Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7M 0K5 vic.adamslumber@sasktel.net www.adamslumber.ca J & H Builder’s Warehouse PHONE: (306)652-5322 • FAX: (306)652-5347 2505 Avenue C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A6 jh.builders@jhbuilders.com www.jhbuilders.com PinkWood Ltd. PHONE: (403)279-3700 • FAX: (403)279-3736 5929 6 St NE Calgary, AB T2K 5R5 johnl@pinkwood.ca www.pinkwood.ca

Leaping High Expectations! Go ahead. Expect more from Federated Insurance. Contact Carman Davies, your local Federated Insurance representative, today at 306.229.6727 or carman.davies@federated.ca

Rona Inc. PHONE: (306)933-1903 • FAX: (306)652-1911 1722 Preston Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7N 4Y1 contractsales364@rona.ca www.rona.ca Warman Homes PHONE: (306)933-9595 • FAX: (306)934-0690 Box 1000 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 info@warmanhomes.ca www.warmanhomes.ca

Masonry Supplies I-XL Masonry Supplies Ltd. PHONE: (306)664-3388 • FAX: (306)664-6493 #716-43rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 3T9 respenant@ixlmasonry.com www.ixlbrick.com

Media CTV Saskatoon PHONE: (306)665-9323 • FAX: (306)665-0450 #216 - 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 3W3 susan.propp@ctv.ca www.ctvsaskatoon.ca

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The StarPhoenix PHONE: (306)657-6340 • FAX: (306)657-6208 204-5th Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 2P1 sdyck@thestarphoenix.com www.thestarphoenix.com

Prairieland Park PHONE: (306)931-7149 • FAX: (306)931-7886 P.O. Box 6010 Saskatoon, SK S7K 4E4 claird@saskatoonex.com www.saskatoonex.com

Kitchen and Bath Classics PHONE: (306)933-2237 • FAX: (306)933-2310 649 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 7J7 lori.pelletier@wolseleyinc.ca www.kitchenandbathclassics.ca

Mortgage Services

Pre-Con Limited PHONE: (306)931-9229 • FAX: (306)931-4447 3320 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Y7 ellery@preconltd.ca www.preconltd.ca

L & L Heating & Cooling PHONE: (306)934-7464 • FAX: (306)244-8861 618-47th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X3 landl.kenb@gmail.com

Affinity Credit Union PHONE: (306)657-6832 • FAX: (306)653-0762 130 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 0G1 questions@affinitycu.ca www.affinitycu.ca Century 21 Fusion Realty Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-8222 • FAX: (306)242-5503 210 – 310 Wellman Lane Saskatoon, SK S7T 0J1 www.century21fusion.ca Moskowitz Capital Management PHONE: (416)781-6500 • FAX: (888)505-3620 2200 Yonge Street Toronto, ON M4S 2C6 brian@morkowitzcapital.com www.moskowitzcapital.com Royal Bank, Saskatoon & Area PHONE: (306)651-8227 • FAX: (306)933-3587 319 Ludlow Street Saskatoon, SK S7S 1N6 greg.jensen@rbc.com w ww.rbc.com

Other ASL Paving Ltd. PHONE: (306)652-5525 • FAX: (306)665-0087 1840 Ontario Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1T4 wmitchell@aslpaving.ca www.aslpaving.ca Canada Mortgage & Housing Corp. PHONE: (306)975-5908 • FAX: (306)975-6066 119 4th Ave South, Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X2 ldagenai@cmhc-schl.gc.ca www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca G.R. Distributors Inc. PHONE: (800)668-4500 • FAX: (866)677-9315 1260 McDonald Street Regina, SK S4N 4X6 michael@grdist.com www.grdist.com Handy Rental Centre PHONE: (306)933-2727 • FAX: (306)934-9742 2642 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4C8 info@sohandy.com www.sohandy.com Moonlake Golf & Country Club PHONE: (306)382-7787 • FAX: (306)382-7415 Box 27003 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5N9 leannek@moonlakegolf.com www.moonlakegolf.com North Saskatoon Business Association PHONE: (306)242-3060 • FAX: (306)242-2205 9 - 1724 Quebec Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1V9 nsba@sasktel.net www.nsba-sk.com Offroad Exteriors Inc. PHONE: (306)381-3925 • FAX: (306)244-4868 501 Centennial Drive North Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 admin@offroadexteriors.com www.offroadexteriors.com

Trail Appliances PHONE: (306)986-0200 • FAX: (306)986-0201 3150 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK. S7L 5Y6 sales@trail-appliances.com www.trailappliances.com

Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce PHONE: (306)352-2671 • FAX: (306)781-7084 1630 Chateau Tower, 1920 Broad Regina, SK S4P 3V2 mmcfadyen@saskchamber.com www.saskchamber.com Saskatchewan Trade & Export Partnership PHONE: (306)933-6552 • FAX: (306)933-6556 500-402 21st St. E. Saskatoon, SK S7K 0C3 cbeaudry@sasktrade.sk.ca www.sasktrade.sk.ca Saskatoon HOME Magazine PHONE: (306)373-1833 • FAX: (306)979-8955 607 Waters Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7W 0A4 info@saskatoon-home.ca www.saskatoon-home.ca

V & S Plumbing & Heating Ltd. PHONE: (306)242-6313 • FAX: (306)242-3933 517 44th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0V9 vsplumbing@shaw.ca

Plumbing Fixtures B.A.Robinson PHONE: (306)664-2389 • FAX: (306)664-2405 829 46th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0X2 rogerf@barobinson.com www.barobinson.com

Sears Canada Inc. PHONE: (416)941-3517 290 Yonge Street, Suite 700 Toronto, ON M5B C3 matthew.chan@sears.ca

Bath Fitter PHONE: (306)373-2638 • FAX: (306)373-2639 2213 D Hanselman Court Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8 sbedry@bocabathsystems.com www.bathfitter.com

The Brick Warehouse PHONE: (306)667-1448 100-3047 Clarence Avenue South Saskatoon, SK S7T 0V4 jklassen@thebrick.com www.thebrick.com

Centennial 360 PHONE: (306)665-5366 • FAX: (306)934-0577 710 - 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 4K4 centennialplumbing@sasktel.net www.centennialplumbing.com

Victory Companies PHONE: (306)374-4333 • FAX: (306)955-1566 350 103rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z1 jpnasser@victorymajors.com

Kitchen and Bath Classics PHONE: (306)933-2237 • FAX: (306)933-2310 649 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 7J7 lori.pelletier@wolseleyinc.ca www.kitchenandbathclassics.ca

Yorkton Chamber of Commerce PHONE: (306)783-4368 • FAX: (306)786-6978 Box 1051 Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3

V & S Plumbing & Heating Ltd. PHONE: (306)242-6313 • FAX: (306)242-3933 517 44th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0V9 vsplumbing@shaw.ca

Paint & Wallcoverings Metric Design Centre PHONE: (306)974-0190 • FAX: (306)974-0190 160 2nd Avenue North Saskatoon, SK. S7K 2B2 service@metricdesign.ca www.metricdesign.ca

Window Warehouse PHONE: (306)933-4474 • FAX: (306)933-4310 2710 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4J4 window.coralee@sasktel.net www.windowwarehouse.ca

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Printers/Signs/Graphics

B.A.Robinson PHONE: (306)664-2389 • FAX: (306)664-2405 829 46th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0X2 rogerf@barobinson.com www.barobinson.com

Houghton Boston PHONE: (306)664-3458 • FAX: (306)665-1027 #709 - 43rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0V7 seans@houghtonboston.com www.houghtonboston.com

J & A Heating & Plumbing PHONE: (306)934-8252 • FAX: (306)934-8232 2302 Avenue C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 5X5 info@jaheating.com www.jaheating.com

Koncept Sign Group Inc. PHONE: (306)242-7100 • FAX: (306)242-8850 2217E Hanselman Crt Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8 derek@konceptsigngroup.com www.konceptsigngroup.com

J.O.B. Heating & Air Conditioning (2011) Inc. PHONE: (306)683-4328 • FAX: (306)651-7425 #3, 706 45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 5X1 jobheating@sasktel.net www.jobheating.com

PGI Printers (Prairie Graphics Inc.) PHONE: (306)244-2521 • FAX: (306)244-4151 734 - 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 1Y1 info@pgiprinters.com www.pgiprinters.com CONTINUED ON PAGE 38

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WHY BARRY HOMES?

� “A” Class Better Business Bureau rating.

� Never had a Home Warranty claim…we build them right the first time. � We will draft your dream home in days instead of weeks. � Built around your budget, not ours. � Winner of the 2013 Talk of The Town Award for best Homebuilder/ Developer in Saskatchewan “I’m a Home builder that is personally involved every step of the way.”

GREG BARRY OWNER

306.229.4117 barryhomesinc.com

GREG BARRY, THE HANDS-ON HOME BUILDER


The StarPhoenix PHONE: (306)657-6340 • FAX: (306)657-6208 204-5th Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 2P1 sdyck@thestarphoenix.com www.thestarphoenix.com

Prairieland Park PHONE: (306)931-7149 • FAX: (306)931-7886 P.O. Box 6010 Saskatoon, SK S7K 4E4 claird@saskatoonex.com www.saskatoonex.com

Kitchen and Bath Classics PHONE: (306)933-2237 • FAX: (306)933-2310 649 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 7J7 lori.pelletier@wolseleyinc.ca www.kitchenandbathclassics.ca

Mortgage Services

Pre-Con Limited PHONE: (306)931-9229 • FAX: (306)931-4447 3320 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Y7 ellery@preconltd.ca www.preconltd.ca

L & L Heating & Cooling PHONE: (306)934-7464 • FAX: (306)244-8861 618-47th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X3 landl.kenb@gmail.com

Affinity Credit Union PHONE: (306)657-6832 • FAX: (306)653-0762 130 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 0G1 questions@affinitycu.ca www.affinitycu.ca Century 21 Fusion Realty Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-8222 • FAX: (306)242-5503 210 – 310 Wellman Lane Saskatoon, SK S7T 0J1 www.century21fusion.ca Moskowitz Capital Management PHONE: (416)781-6500 • FAX: (888)505-3620 2200 Yonge Street Toronto, ON M4S 2C6 brian@morkowitzcapital.com www.moskowitzcapital.com Royal Bank, Saskatoon & Area PHONE: (306)651-8227 • FAX: (306)933-3587 319 Ludlow Street Saskatoon, SK S7S 1N6 greg.jensen@rbc.com w ww.rbc.com

Other ASL Paving Ltd. PHONE: (306)652-5525 • FAX: (306)665-0087 1840 Ontario Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1T4 wmitchell@aslpaving.ca www.aslpaving.ca Canada Mortgage & Housing Corp. PHONE: (306)975-5908 • FAX: (306)975-6066 119 4th Ave South, Suite 200 Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X2 ldagenai@cmhc-schl.gc.ca www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca G.R. Distributors Inc. PHONE: (800)668-4500 • FAX: (866)677-9315 1260 McDonald Street Regina, SK S4N 4X6 michael@grdist.com www.grdist.com Handy Rental Centre PHONE: (306)933-2727 • FAX: (306)934-9742 2642 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4C8 info@sohandy.com www.sohandy.com Moonlake Golf & Country Club PHONE: (306)382-7787 • FAX: (306)382-7415 Box 27003 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5N9 leannek@moonlakegolf.com www.moonlakegolf.com North Saskatoon Business Association PHONE: (306)242-3060 • FAX: (306)242-2205 9 - 1724 Quebec Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1V9 nsba@sasktel.net www.nsba-sk.com Offroad Exteriors Inc. PHONE: (306)381-3925 • FAX: (306)244-4868 501 Centennial Drive North Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 admin@offroadexteriors.com www.offroadexteriors.com

Trail Appliances PHONE: (306)986-0200 • FAX: (306)986-0201 3150 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK. S7L 5Y6 sales@trail-appliances.com www.trailappliances.com

Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce PHONE: (306)352-2671 • FAX: (306)781-7084 1630 Chateau Tower, 1920 Broad Regina, SK S4P 3V2 mmcfadyen@saskchamber.com www.saskchamber.com Saskatchewan Trade & Export Partnership PHONE: (306)933-6552 • FAX: (306)933-6556 500-402 21st St. E. Saskatoon, SK S7K 0C3 cbeaudry@sasktrade.sk.ca www.sasktrade.sk.ca Saskatoon HOME Magazine PHONE: (306)373-1833 • FAX: (306)979-8955 607 Waters Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7W 0A4 info@saskatoon-home.ca www.saskatoon-home.ca

V & S Plumbing & Heating Ltd. PHONE: (306)242-6313 • FAX: (306)242-3933 517 44th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0V9 vsplumbing@shaw.ca

Plumbing Fixtures B.A.Robinson PHONE: (306)664-2389 • FAX: (306)664-2405 829 46th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0X2 rogerf@barobinson.com www.barobinson.com

Sears Canada Inc. PHONE: (416)941-3517 290 Yonge Street, Suite 700 Toronto, ON M5B C3 matthew.chan@sears.ca

Bath Fitter PHONE: (306)373-2638 • FAX: (306)373-2639 2213 D Hanselman Court Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8 sbedry@bocabathsystems.com www.bathfitter.com

The Brick Warehouse PHONE: (306)667-1448 100-3047 Clarence Avenue South Saskatoon, SK S7T 0V4 jklassen@thebrick.com www.thebrick.com

Centennial 360 PHONE: (306)665-5366 • FAX: (306)934-0577 710 - 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 4K4 centennialplumbing@sasktel.net www.centennialplumbing.com

Victory Companies PHONE: (306)374-4333 • FAX: (306)955-1566 350 103rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z1 jpnasser@victorymajors.com

Kitchen and Bath Classics PHONE: (306)933-2237 • FAX: (306)933-2310 649 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 7J7 lori.pelletier@wolseleyinc.ca www.kitchenandbathclassics.ca

Yorkton Chamber of Commerce PHONE: (306)783-4368 • FAX: (306)786-6978 Box 1051 Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3

V & S Plumbing & Heating Ltd. PHONE: (306)242-6313 • FAX: (306)242-3933 517 44th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0V9 vsplumbing@shaw.ca

Paint & Wallcoverings Metric Design Centre PHONE: (306)974-0190 • FAX: (306)974-0190 160 2nd Avenue North Saskatoon, SK. S7K 2B2 service@metricdesign.ca www.metricdesign.ca

Window Warehouse PHONE: (306)933-4474 • FAX: (306)933-4310 2710 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4J4 window.coralee@sasktel.net www.windowwarehouse.ca

Plumbing, HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING

Printers/Signs/Graphics

B.A.Robinson PHONE: (306)664-2389 • FAX: (306)664-2405 829 46th Street East Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0X2 rogerf@barobinson.com www.barobinson.com

Houghton Boston PHONE: (306)664-3458 • FAX: (306)665-1027 #709 - 43rd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0V7 seans@houghtonboston.com www.houghtonboston.com

J & A Heating & Plumbing PHONE: (306)934-8252 • FAX: (306)934-8232 2302 Avenue C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 5X5 info@jaheating.com www.jaheating.com

Koncept Sign Group Inc. PHONE: (306)242-7100 • FAX: (306)242-8850 2217E Hanselman Crt Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8 derek@konceptsigngroup.com www.konceptsigngroup.com

J.O.B. Heating & Air Conditioning (2011) Inc. PHONE: (306)683-4328 • FAX: (306)651-7425 #3, 706 45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 5X1 jobheating@sasktel.net www.jobheating.com

PGI Printers (Prairie Graphics Inc.) PHONE: (306)244-2521 • FAX: (306)244-4151 734 - 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 1Y1 info@pgiprinters.com www.pgiprinters.com CONTINUED ON PAGE 38

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WHY BARRY HOMES?

� “A” Class Better Business Bureau rating.

� Never had a Home Warranty claim…we build them right the first time. � We will draft your dream home in days instead of weeks. � Built around your budget, not ours. � Winner of the 2013 Talk of The Town Award for best Homebuilder/ Developer in Saskatchewan “I’m a Home builder that is personally involved every step of the way.”

GREG BARRY OWNER

306.229.4117 barryhomesinc.com

GREG BARRY, THE HANDS-ON HOME BUILDER


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Television

Vacuum Systems

Windows

Siding & Soffits

TV Saskatoon PHONE: (306)665-9323 • FAX: (306)665-0450 #216 - 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 3W3 susan.propp@ctv.ca www.ctvsaskatoon.ca

Aerus PHONE: (306)244-5972 • FAX: (306)244-5973 #115 2750 Faithful Ave Saskatoon, SK. S7K 6M6 bp.stewart@sasktel.net www.aerushome.com

All Weather Windows Ltd. PHONE: (306)242-9600 • FAX: (306)934-5264 822-45th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0W5 eblatz@allweatherwindows.com www.allweatherwindows.com

Gentek Building Products Ltd. PHONE: (306)975-0049 • FAX: (306)975-0076 #7 - 501 Pakwa Place Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A3 brian_webb@gentek.ca www.gentek.ca

Global Television PHONE: (306)978-6369 • FAX: (306)665-6069 218 Robin Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7L 7C3 jennifer.shewchuk@shawmedia.ca www.globalnews.ca/saskatoon

Built In Vacuum Service PHONE: (306)244-2276 • FAX: (306)665-1705 2216 Avenue C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 3C3 builtinvac@sasktel.net www.builtinvacuumservice.com

Denovo Window & Door PHONE: (306)384-5310 • FAX: (306)384-5311 203 C&D 47th Street E Saskatoon, SK S7K 5H1 info@denovowindows.com www.denovowindows.com

Global Exteriors PHONE: (306)222-5190 • FAX: (306)978-6606 #4 - 833 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6C2 sales@globalexteriors.com www.globalexteriors.com

Trusses

Coast Wholesale Appliances LP PHONE: (306)933-4993 • FAX: (306)933-2994 #1 - 2345 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 2Y3 pschwark@coastappliances.com www.coastappliances.com

Gentek Building Products Ltd. PHONE: (306)975-0049 • FAX: (306)975-0076 #7 - 501 Pakwa Place Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A3 brian_webb@gentek.ca www.gentek.ca

Ventilation & Air Conditioning

Global Exteriors PHONE: (306)222-5190 • FAX: (306)978-6606 #4 - 833 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6C2 sales@globalexteriors.com www.globalexteriors.com

Saskatoon Fastprint Ltd. PHONE: (306)244-3988 • FAX: (306)244-1518 938 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X7 fastprint@sasktel.net www.fastprint.ca

Mosaic Developments Corp. PHONE: (306)222-9355 • FAX: (306)665-5906 R.R. 6 Site 601 Box 100 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J9 info@mosaicdevelopments.ca www.mosaicdevelopments.ca

The Energy Doctor PHONE: (306)665-1119 • FAX: (306)665-1230 2202 Ave C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 6C3 energydoc.stoon@sasktel.net www.theenergydoctor.ca

Real Estate

North Ridge Development Corporation PHONE: (306)242-2434 • FAX: (306)242-9987 3037 Faithfull Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 sales@northridge.sk.ca www.northridge.sk.ca

Century 21 Fusion Realty Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-8222 • FAX: (306)242-5503 210 – 310 Wellman Lane Saskatoon, SK S7T 0J1 www.century21fusion.ca Cherry Insurance Ltd PHONE: (306)955-3131 • FAX: (306)374-8074 206 Circle Drive E Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0T5 amcdougall@cherryinsurance.net

Ridge Crest Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)230-1999 • FAX: (306)955-4162 P.O. Box 21119 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5N9 ridgecrest@shaw.ca www.ridgecrestdevelopments.ca

Moskowitz Capital Management PHONE: (416)781-6500 • FAX: (888)505-3620 2200 Yonge Street Toronto, ON M4S 2C6 brian@morkowitzcapital.com www.moskowitzcapital.com

Sand and Stone Concrete Interiors PHONE: (306)374-6563 • FAX: (306)374-4442 201 Jessop Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y3 brucerempel@sasktel.net www.sandandstonebyrempel.com

Coldwell Banker ResCom Realty PHONE: (306)652-2882 • FAX: (306)652-0929 336-105th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z3 rich-jeanneau@coldwellbanker.ca www.coldwellbankersaskatoon.ca

Studio 2.0 Interior Design Consultants PHONE: (306)262-6884 • FAX: (306)664-6844 adrienne@studio2point0.ca www.studio2point0.ca

Terry Alm (Realty Executives Saskatoon) PHONE: (306)280-0989 • FAX: (306)651-2230 122 Ball Court Saskatoon, SK S7K 6E4 terryalm@terryalm.com www.terryalm.com

Renovation Contractors Bath Fitter PHONE: (306)373-2638 • FAX: (306)373-2639 2213 D Hanselman Court Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8 sbedry@bocabathsystems.com www.bathfitter.com Bella Vista Development Corp PHONE: (306)280-5767 • FAX: (306)979-1269 P.O.Box 22080 RPO Wildwood Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 sheena@buildbellavista.com www.buildbellavista.com

Woodstyles Woodworking PHONE: (306)227-0522 • FAX: (306)384-2784 15 Peeling Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7M 4M1 willie_mark@msn.com

Restoration Services Barrier Coatings Ltd. PHONE: (306)933-9988 • FAX: (306)933-9838 3037A Faithfull Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 admin@barriercoatings.com www.barriercoatings.com

Retaining Walls Pre-Con Limited PHONE: (306)931-9229 • FAX: (306)931-4447 3320 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Y7 ellery@preconltd.ca www.preconltd.ca

Roofing Contractors

Centennial 360 PHONE: (306)665-5366 • FAX: (306)934-0577 710 - 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 4K4 centennialplumbing@sasktel.net www.centennialplumbing.com

Enercon Products Ltd. PHONE: (306)242-7577 • FAX: (306)242-7057 139 29th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7L 6Y6 lkovitch@enerconroof.com www.enerconroof.com

Cody Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)220-6409 1030 Paton Terrace Saskatoon, SK. S7W 0C1 info@codyconstructionltd.com www.codyconstructionltd.com

Pre-Con Limited PHONE: (306)931-9229 • FAX: (306)931-4447 3320 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Y7 ellery@preconltd.ca

Delonix Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)341-2184 • FAX: (306)382-3874 1413 Avenue I North Saskatoon, SK S7L 2J4 daryl@delonixconstruction.com www.delonixconstruction.com Krawchuk Construction Inc. PHONE: (306)262-5044 718 Dickson Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7T 0H7 info@krawchukconstruction.com www.saskatoonbasementdevelopment.com

Roofing Materials & Supplies Enercon Products Ltd. PHONE: (306)242-7577 • FAX: (306)242-7057 139 29th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7L 6Y6 lkovitch@enerconroof.com www.enerconroof.com Roofmart Prairies Ltd. PHONE: (306)931-1001 • FAX: (306)934-8865 837C 50th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 3Y5 cory.rodych@roofmart.ca www.roofmart.ca

Offroad Exteriors Inc. PHONE: (306)381-3925 • FAX: (306)244-4868 501 Centennial Drive North Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 admin@offroadexteriors.com www.offroadexteriors.com Signature Exteriors PHONE: (306)241-4540 PO Box 1719 Martensville SK S0K 2T0 brian@signatureexteriors.ca www.signatureexteriors.ca

Stairs/Railing BP Banister Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-6338 • FAX: (306)955-6339 2941 Miners Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4Z6 bpbanister@sasktel.net Woodstyles Woodworking PHONE: (306)227-0522 • FAX: (306)384-2784 15 Peeling Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7M 4M1 willie_mark@msn.com

Steel Ardel Steel PHONE: (306)244-8300 • FAX: (306)244-8302 202 Wheeler Street Saskatoon, SK S7P 0A9 bknutson@ardelsteel.com www.ardelsteel.com

B.W. Baerg Truss Mfg. PHONE: (306)244-2256 • FAX: (306)664-7079 3710 Thatcher Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7R 1C6 dborysko.bwb@sasktel.net www.brbaergtruss.com Warman Homes PHONE: (306)933-9595 • FAX: (306)934-0690 Box 1000 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 info@warmanhomes.ca www.warmanhomes.ca

Tubs & Showers Bath Fitter PHONE: (306)373-2638 • FAX: (306)373-2639 2213 D Hanselman Court Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8 sbedry@bocabathsystems.com www.bathfitter.com Centennial 360 PHONE: (306)665-5366 • FAX: (306)934-0577 710 - 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 4K4 centennialplumbing@sasktel.net www.centennialplumbing.com Kitchen and Bath Classics PHONE: (306)933-2237 • FAX: (306)933-2310 649 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 7J7 lori.pelletier@wolseleyinc.ca www.kitchenandbathclassics.ca

Utilities

L & L Heating & Cooling PHONE: (306)934-7464 • FAX: (306)244-8861 618-47th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X3 landl.kenb@gmail.com

Ventilating Equipment & Systems Aerus PHONE: (306)244-5972 • FAX: (306)244-5973 #115 2750 Faithful Ave Saskatoon, SK. S7K 6M6 bp.stewart@sasktel.net www.aerushome.com

Warranty National Home Warranty Group Inc. PHONE: (780)425-2981 • FAX: (780)426-2723 Suite 213, 625 Parsons Road SW Edmonton, AB T6X 0N9 rcootes@nhwg.ca www.nationalhomewarranty.com New Home Warranty Program of Sask. PHONE: (306)373-7833 • FAX: (306)373-7977 4-3012 Louise Street Saskatoon, SK S7J 3L8 snhwp@sasktel.net www.nhwp.org

Stone-Cultured/Natural/ Precast

Primary Engineering and Construction PHONE: (306)988-0077 Suite 304 - 115 3rd Ave South Saskatoon, SK S7K 1L7 sask@primaryeng.com www.primaryeng.com

Stone’s Edge Granite Company Ltd PHONE: (306)978-0202 • FAX: (306)978-0216 2024 Quebec Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1W4 rkr2@sasktel.net www.stonesedgegranite.com

SaskEnergy PHONE: (306)975-8555 • FAX: (306)975-8558 408 36th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 6K8 msutherland@saskenergy.com www.saskenergy.com

Surveyors

SaskTel PHONE: (306)931-5353 • FAX: (306)931-5310 200-410 22nd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5T6 sheldon.allison@sasktel.sk.ca www.sasktel.com

Aerus PHONE: (306)244-5972 • FAX: (306)244-5973 #115 2750 Faithful Ave Saskatoon, SK. S7K 6M6 bp.stewart@sasktel.net www.aerushome.com

Shaw Cablesystems PHONE: (306)667-3356 • FAX: (306)244-0105 2326 Hanselman Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z3 welcomehomesas@sjrb.ca www.shaw.ca

Window Coverings

Webb Surveys PHONE: (306)955-5330 • FAX: (306)955-0292 222 Jessop Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y4 admin@webbsurveys.ca www.webbsurveys.ca Surveyors

Telephone Shaw Cablesystems PHONE: (306)667-3356 • FAX: (306)244-0105 2326 Hanselman Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z3 welcomehomesas@sjrb.ca www.shaw.ca

Progressive Home Warranty Solutions Inc. PHONE: (780)470-4663 • FAX: (780)470-4664 #120, 20 Circle Drive St. Albert, AB. T8N 7L4 sales@progressivewarranty.com www.progressivewarranty.com

Water Treatment & Purification

JELD-WEN Windows & Doors PHONE: (306)539-8686 • FAX: (306)543-9821 118 Tubby Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7K 8J4 dougca@jeld-wen.ca www.jeld-wen.ca Pacific Home Products Ltd PHONE: (306)244-2800 • FAX: (306)242-9363 #1 501 45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z9 info@pacifichomeproducts.ca Ply Gem PHONE: (306)374-6166 • FAX: (306)373-1777 331 - 105th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z4 troy.meuchel@plygem.ca www.plygem.ca Signature Exteriors PHONE: (306)241-4540 PO Box 1719 Martensville SK S0K 2T0 brian@signatureexteriors.ca www.signatureexteriors.ca The Energy Doctor PHONE: (306)665-1119 • FAX: (306)665-1230 2202 Ave C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 6C3 energydoc.stoon@sasktel.net www.theenergydoctor.ca Window Warehouse PHONE: (306)933-4474 • FAX: (306)933-4310 2710 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4J4 window.coralee@sasktel.net www.windowwarehouse.ca

Denovo Window & Door PHONE: (306)384-5310 • FAX: (306)384-5311 203 C&D 47th Street E Saskatoon, SK S7K 5H1 info@denovowindows.com www.denovowindows.com

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Television

Vacuum Systems

Windows

Siding & Soffits

TV Saskatoon PHONE: (306)665-9323 • FAX: (306)665-0450 #216 - 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK S7K 3W3 susan.propp@ctv.ca www.ctvsaskatoon.ca

Aerus PHONE: (306)244-5972 • FAX: (306)244-5973 #115 2750 Faithful Ave Saskatoon, SK. S7K 6M6 bp.stewart@sasktel.net www.aerushome.com

All Weather Windows Ltd. PHONE: (306)242-9600 • FAX: (306)934-5264 822-45th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 0W5 eblatz@allweatherwindows.com www.allweatherwindows.com

Gentek Building Products Ltd. PHONE: (306)975-0049 • FAX: (306)975-0076 #7 - 501 Pakwa Place Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A3 brian_webb@gentek.ca www.gentek.ca

Global Television PHONE: (306)978-6369 • FAX: (306)665-6069 218 Robin Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7L 7C3 jennifer.shewchuk@shawmedia.ca www.globalnews.ca/saskatoon

Built In Vacuum Service PHONE: (306)244-2276 • FAX: (306)665-1705 2216 Avenue C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 3C3 builtinvac@sasktel.net www.builtinvacuumservice.com

Denovo Window & Door PHONE: (306)384-5310 • FAX: (306)384-5311 203 C&D 47th Street E Saskatoon, SK S7K 5H1 info@denovowindows.com www.denovowindows.com

Global Exteriors PHONE: (306)222-5190 • FAX: (306)978-6606 #4 - 833 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6C2 sales@globalexteriors.com www.globalexteriors.com

Trusses

Coast Wholesale Appliances LP PHONE: (306)933-4993 • FAX: (306)933-2994 #1 - 2345 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 2Y3 pschwark@coastappliances.com www.coastappliances.com

Gentek Building Products Ltd. PHONE: (306)975-0049 • FAX: (306)975-0076 #7 - 501 Pakwa Place Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A3 brian_webb@gentek.ca www.gentek.ca

Ventilation & Air Conditioning

Global Exteriors PHONE: (306)222-5190 • FAX: (306)978-6606 #4 - 833 Cynthia Street Saskatoon, SK S7L 6C2 sales@globalexteriors.com www.globalexteriors.com

Saskatoon Fastprint Ltd. PHONE: (306)244-3988 • FAX: (306)244-1518 938 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X7 fastprint@sasktel.net www.fastprint.ca

Mosaic Developments Corp. PHONE: (306)222-9355 • FAX: (306)665-5906 R.R. 6 Site 601 Box 100 Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J9 info@mosaicdevelopments.ca www.mosaicdevelopments.ca

The Energy Doctor PHONE: (306)665-1119 • FAX: (306)665-1230 2202 Ave C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 6C3 energydoc.stoon@sasktel.net www.theenergydoctor.ca

Real Estate

North Ridge Development Corporation PHONE: (306)242-2434 • FAX: (306)242-9987 3037 Faithfull Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 sales@northridge.sk.ca www.northridge.sk.ca

Century 21 Fusion Realty Ltd. PHONE: (306)653-8222 • FAX: (306)242-5503 210 – 310 Wellman Lane Saskatoon, SK S7T 0J1 www.century21fusion.ca Cherry Insurance Ltd PHONE: (306)955-3131 • FAX: (306)374-8074 206 Circle Drive E Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0T5 amcdougall@cherryinsurance.net

Ridge Crest Developments Inc. PHONE: (306)230-1999 • FAX: (306)955-4162 P.O. Box 21119 Saskatoon, SK S7H 5N9 ridgecrest@shaw.ca www.ridgecrestdevelopments.ca

Moskowitz Capital Management PHONE: (416)781-6500 • FAX: (888)505-3620 2200 Yonge Street Toronto, ON M4S 2C6 brian@morkowitzcapital.com www.moskowitzcapital.com

Sand and Stone Concrete Interiors PHONE: (306)374-6563 • FAX: (306)374-4442 201 Jessop Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y3 brucerempel@sasktel.net www.sandandstonebyrempel.com

Coldwell Banker ResCom Realty PHONE: (306)652-2882 • FAX: (306)652-0929 336-105th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z3 rich-jeanneau@coldwellbanker.ca www.coldwellbankersaskatoon.ca

Studio 2.0 Interior Design Consultants PHONE: (306)262-6884 • FAX: (306)664-6844 adrienne@studio2point0.ca www.studio2point0.ca

Terry Alm (Realty Executives Saskatoon) PHONE: (306)280-0989 • FAX: (306)651-2230 122 Ball Court Saskatoon, SK S7K 6E4 terryalm@terryalm.com www.terryalm.com

Renovation Contractors Bath Fitter PHONE: (306)373-2638 • FAX: (306)373-2639 2213 D Hanselman Court Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8 sbedry@bocabathsystems.com www.bathfitter.com Bella Vista Development Corp PHONE: (306)280-5767 • FAX: (306)979-1269 P.O.Box 22080 RPO Wildwood Saskatoon, SK S7H 5P1 sheena@buildbellavista.com www.buildbellavista.com

Woodstyles Woodworking PHONE: (306)227-0522 • FAX: (306)384-2784 15 Peeling Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7M 4M1 willie_mark@msn.com

Restoration Services Barrier Coatings Ltd. PHONE: (306)933-9988 • FAX: (306)933-9838 3037A Faithfull Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 8B3 admin@barriercoatings.com www.barriercoatings.com

Retaining Walls Pre-Con Limited PHONE: (306)931-9229 • FAX: (306)931-4447 3320 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Y7 ellery@preconltd.ca www.preconltd.ca

Roofing Contractors

Centennial 360 PHONE: (306)665-5366 • FAX: (306)934-0577 710 - 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 4K4 centennialplumbing@sasktel.net www.centennialplumbing.com

Enercon Products Ltd. PHONE: (306)242-7577 • FAX: (306)242-7057 139 29th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7L 6Y6 lkovitch@enerconroof.com www.enerconroof.com

Cody Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)220-6409 1030 Paton Terrace Saskatoon, SK. S7W 0C1 info@codyconstructionltd.com www.codyconstructionltd.com

Pre-Con Limited PHONE: (306)931-9229 • FAX: (306)931-4447 3320 Idylwyld Drive North Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Y7 ellery@preconltd.ca

Delonix Construction Ltd. PHONE: (306)341-2184 • FAX: (306)382-3874 1413 Avenue I North Saskatoon, SK S7L 2J4 daryl@delonixconstruction.com www.delonixconstruction.com Krawchuk Construction Inc. PHONE: (306)262-5044 718 Dickson Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7T 0H7 info@krawchukconstruction.com www.saskatoonbasementdevelopment.com

Roofing Materials & Supplies Enercon Products Ltd. PHONE: (306)242-7577 • FAX: (306)242-7057 139 29th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7L 6Y6 lkovitch@enerconroof.com www.enerconroof.com Roofmart Prairies Ltd. PHONE: (306)931-1001 • FAX: (306)934-8865 837C 50th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 3Y5 cory.rodych@roofmart.ca www.roofmart.ca

Offroad Exteriors Inc. PHONE: (306)381-3925 • FAX: (306)244-4868 501 Centennial Drive North Martensville, SK S0K 2T0 admin@offroadexteriors.com www.offroadexteriors.com Signature Exteriors PHONE: (306)241-4540 PO Box 1719 Martensville SK S0K 2T0 brian@signatureexteriors.ca www.signatureexteriors.ca

Stairs/Railing BP Banister Ltd. PHONE: (306)955-6338 • FAX: (306)955-6339 2941 Miners Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4Z6 bpbanister@sasktel.net Woodstyles Woodworking PHONE: (306)227-0522 • FAX: (306)384-2784 15 Peeling Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7M 4M1 willie_mark@msn.com

Steel Ardel Steel PHONE: (306)244-8300 • FAX: (306)244-8302 202 Wheeler Street Saskatoon, SK S7P 0A9 bknutson@ardelsteel.com www.ardelsteel.com

B.W. Baerg Truss Mfg. PHONE: (306)244-2256 • FAX: (306)664-7079 3710 Thatcher Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7R 1C6 dborysko.bwb@sasktel.net www.brbaergtruss.com Warman Homes PHONE: (306)933-9595 • FAX: (306)934-0690 Box 1000 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 info@warmanhomes.ca www.warmanhomes.ca

Tubs & Showers Bath Fitter PHONE: (306)373-2638 • FAX: (306)373-2639 2213 D Hanselman Court Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8 sbedry@bocabathsystems.com www.bathfitter.com Centennial 360 PHONE: (306)665-5366 • FAX: (306)934-0577 710 - 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 4K4 centennialplumbing@sasktel.net www.centennialplumbing.com Kitchen and Bath Classics PHONE: (306)933-2237 • FAX: (306)933-2310 649 51st Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 7J7 lori.pelletier@wolseleyinc.ca www.kitchenandbathclassics.ca

Utilities

L & L Heating & Cooling PHONE: (306)934-7464 • FAX: (306)244-8861 618-47th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X3 landl.kenb@gmail.com

Ventilating Equipment & Systems Aerus PHONE: (306)244-5972 • FAX: (306)244-5973 #115 2750 Faithful Ave Saskatoon, SK. S7K 6M6 bp.stewart@sasktel.net www.aerushome.com

Warranty National Home Warranty Group Inc. PHONE: (780)425-2981 • FAX: (780)426-2723 Suite 213, 625 Parsons Road SW Edmonton, AB T6X 0N9 rcootes@nhwg.ca www.nationalhomewarranty.com New Home Warranty Program of Sask. PHONE: (306)373-7833 • FAX: (306)373-7977 4-3012 Louise Street Saskatoon, SK S7J 3L8 snhwp@sasktel.net www.nhwp.org

Stone-Cultured/Natural/ Precast

Primary Engineering and Construction PHONE: (306)988-0077 Suite 304 - 115 3rd Ave South Saskatoon, SK S7K 1L7 sask@primaryeng.com www.primaryeng.com

Stone’s Edge Granite Company Ltd PHONE: (306)978-0202 • FAX: (306)978-0216 2024 Quebec Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1W4 rkr2@sasktel.net www.stonesedgegranite.com

SaskEnergy PHONE: (306)975-8555 • FAX: (306)975-8558 408 36th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 6K8 msutherland@saskenergy.com www.saskenergy.com

Surveyors

SaskTel PHONE: (306)931-5353 • FAX: (306)931-5310 200-410 22nd Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5T6 sheldon.allison@sasktel.sk.ca www.sasktel.com

Aerus PHONE: (306)244-5972 • FAX: (306)244-5973 #115 2750 Faithful Ave Saskatoon, SK. S7K 6M6 bp.stewart@sasktel.net www.aerushome.com

Shaw Cablesystems PHONE: (306)667-3356 • FAX: (306)244-0105 2326 Hanselman Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z3 welcomehomesas@sjrb.ca www.shaw.ca

Window Coverings

Webb Surveys PHONE: (306)955-5330 • FAX: (306)955-0292 222 Jessop Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y4 admin@webbsurveys.ca www.webbsurveys.ca Surveyors

Telephone Shaw Cablesystems PHONE: (306)667-3356 • FAX: (306)244-0105 2326 Hanselman Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z3 welcomehomesas@sjrb.ca www.shaw.ca

Progressive Home Warranty Solutions Inc. PHONE: (780)470-4663 • FAX: (780)470-4664 #120, 20 Circle Drive St. Albert, AB. T8N 7L4 sales@progressivewarranty.com www.progressivewarranty.com

Water Treatment & Purification

JELD-WEN Windows & Doors PHONE: (306)539-8686 • FAX: (306)543-9821 118 Tubby Crescent Saskatoon, SK. S7K 8J4 dougca@jeld-wen.ca www.jeld-wen.ca Pacific Home Products Ltd PHONE: (306)244-2800 • FAX: (306)242-9363 #1 501 45th Street West Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z9 info@pacifichomeproducts.ca Ply Gem PHONE: (306)374-6166 • FAX: (306)373-1777 331 - 105th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Z4 troy.meuchel@plygem.ca www.plygem.ca Signature Exteriors PHONE: (306)241-4540 PO Box 1719 Martensville SK S0K 2T0 brian@signatureexteriors.ca www.signatureexteriors.ca The Energy Doctor PHONE: (306)665-1119 • FAX: (306)665-1230 2202 Ave C North Saskatoon, SK S7L 6C3 energydoc.stoon@sasktel.net www.theenergydoctor.ca Window Warehouse PHONE: (306)933-4474 • FAX: (306)933-4310 2710 Millar Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 4J4 window.coralee@sasktel.net www.windowwarehouse.ca

Denovo Window & Door PHONE: (306)384-5310 • FAX: (306)384-5311 203 C&D 47th Street E Saskatoon, SK S7K 5H1 info@denovowindows.com www.denovowindows.com

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2014 PROVINCIAL COUNCIL Alan H. J. Thomarat, President & CEO Canadian Home Builders’ Association – Saskatchewan Errol Fisher, Board Chair North Ridge Development Corporation Rick Smith, Past Chair Henderson Insurance Dwight Bouchard, 1st Vice-Chair All Weather Windows Errol Blatz, 2nd Vice-Chair All Weather Windows

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Directors: Linda Huynink RBC Royal Bank Greg Jensen RBC Royal Bank Curtis Lemieux Econo Lumber Heather McGinnis Munro Homes Ltd. Paul Moroz Dundee Developments Jay Zimmerman Sparta Homes Ltd.

Box 80 Warman, SK S0K 4S0 Menno Martens

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PROVINCIAL BUSINESS DIRECTORY Built Green Canada PHONE: (780)485-0920 150 Summerside Gate SW Edmonton, AB T6X 0P5 info@builtgreencanada.ca

Evolve Developments PHONE: (306)778-1050 • FAX: (306)778-2084 50 19th Ave NE Swift Current, SK S9H 3Z5 evolve@sasktel.net

City of Moose Jaw PHONE: (306)694-4445 • FAX: (306)691-0292 228 Main Street North Moose Jaw, SK S6H 3J8 msanson@moosejaw.ca www.moosejaw.ca

MILLER CONTRACTING PHONE: (306)763-1907 422 16th Street west Prince Albert, SK S6V 3V8 dan@millercontracting.ca www.millercontracting.ca

Deneschuk Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)783-6228 • FAX: (306)786-7727 P.O. Box 1150 Highway #10 East Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3 lee@deneschukhomes.com www.deneschukhomes.com

Sparta Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)684-9909 • FAX: (306)692-9006 Box 1135 Moose Jaw, SK S6H 4P8 jay@spartahomes.ca www.spartahomes.ca

Econo Lumber PHONE: (306)764-3485 • FAX: (306)763-0553 1800 6th Avenue East Prince Albert, SK S6V 5S8 econo2@sasktel.net

WilheLm Construction Services Inc PHONE: (306)637-3230 • FAX: (306)637-2152 P.O Box 1657 Estevan, SK S4A 1C8 nathanw@wcsigroup.ca www.wcsigroup.ca

Trimount Group of Companies PHONE: (306)634-3999 FAX: (306)634-4999 Box 579 Estevan, SK S4A 2A5 info@trimount.ca www.trimount.ca

PROVINCIAL CATEGORY DIRECTORY Building ContractorCommercial

Building Products & Materials

WilheLm Construction Services Inc PHONE: (306)637-3230 • FAX: (306)637-2152 P.O Box 1657 Estevan, SK S4A 1C8 nathanw@wcsigroup.ca www.wcsigroup.ca

Econo Lumber PHONE: (306)764-3485 • FAX: (306)763-0553 1800 6th Avenue East Prince Albert, SK S6V 5S8 econo2@sasktel.net

Building ContractorMulti Unit WilheLm Construction Services Inc PHONE: (306)637-3230 • FAX: (306)637-2152 P.O Box 1657 Estevan, SK S4A 1C8 nathanw@wcsigroup.ca www.wcsigroup.ca

Building ContractorResidential Evolve Developments PHONE: (306)778-1050 • FAX: (306)778-2084 50 19th Ave NE Swift Current, SK S9H 3Z5 evolve@sasktel.net Sparta Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)684-9909 • FAX: (306)692-9006 Box 1135 Moose Jaw, SK S6H 4P8 jay@spartahomes.ca www.spartahomes.ca Vereco Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)261-4542 Box 908 Langham, SK S0K 2L0 ronn@ronnlepage.com www.vereco.ca

Builders - Ready-To-Move Deneschuk Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)783-6228 • FAX: (306)786-7727 P.O. Box 1150 Highway #10 East Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3 lee@deneschukhomes.com www.deneschukhomes.com

Carpentry & Finishing Evolve Developments PHONE: (306)778-1050 • FAX: (306)778-2084 50 19th Ave NE Swift Current, SK S9H 3Z5 evolve@sasktel.net

Other Built Green Canada PHONE: (780)485-0920 150 Summerside Gate SW Edmonton, AB T6X 0P5 info@builtgreencanada.ca City of Moose Jaw PHONE: (306)694-4445 • FAX: (306)691-0292 228 Main Street North Moose Jaw, SK S6H 3J8 msanson@moosejaw.ca www.moosejaw.ca Trimount Group of Companies PHONE: (306)634-3999 FAX: (306)634-4999 Box 579 Estevan, SK S4A 2A5 info@trimount.ca www.trimount.ca

Concrete Contractors Evolve Developments PHONE: (306)778-1050 • FAX: (306)778-2084 50 19th Ave NE Swift Current, SK S9H 3Z5 evolve@sasktel.net

Energy Star Sparta Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)684-9909 • FAX: (306)692-9006 Box 1135 Moose Jaw, SK S6H 4P8 jay@spartahomes.ca www.spartahomes.ca

WilheLm Construction Services Inc PHONE: (306)637-3230 • FAX: (306)637-2152 P.O Box 1657 Estevan, SK S4A 1C8 nathanw@wcsigroup.ca www.wcsigroup.ca

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PROVINCIAL BUSINESS DIRECTORY Built Green Canada PHONE: (780)485-0920 150 Summerside Gate SW Edmonton, AB T6X 0P5 info@builtgreencanada.ca

Evolve Developments PHONE: (306)778-1050 • FAX: (306)778-2084 50 19th Ave NE Swift Current, SK S9H 3Z5 evolve@sasktel.net

City of Moose Jaw PHONE: (306)694-4445 • FAX: (306)691-0292 228 Main Street North Moose Jaw, SK S6H 3J8 msanson@moosejaw.ca www.moosejaw.ca

MILLER CONTRACTING PHONE: (306)763-1907 422 16th Street west Prince Albert, SK S6V 3V8 dan@millercontracting.ca www.millercontracting.ca

Deneschuk Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)783-6228 • FAX: (306)786-7727 P.O. Box 1150 Highway #10 East Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3 lee@deneschukhomes.com www.deneschukhomes.com

Sparta Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)684-9909 • FAX: (306)692-9006 Box 1135 Moose Jaw, SK S6H 4P8 jay@spartahomes.ca www.spartahomes.ca

Econo Lumber PHONE: (306)764-3485 • FAX: (306)763-0553 1800 6th Avenue East Prince Albert, SK S6V 5S8 econo2@sasktel.net

WilheLm Construction Services Inc PHONE: (306)637-3230 • FAX: (306)637-2152 P.O Box 1657 Estevan, SK S4A 1C8 nathanw@wcsigroup.ca www.wcsigroup.ca

Trimount Group of Companies PHONE: (306)634-3999 FAX: (306)634-4999 Box 579 Estevan, SK S4A 2A5 info@trimount.ca www.trimount.ca

PROVINCIAL CATEGORY DIRECTORY Building ContractorCommercial

Building Products & Materials

WilheLm Construction Services Inc PHONE: (306)637-3230 • FAX: (306)637-2152 P.O Box 1657 Estevan, SK S4A 1C8 nathanw@wcsigroup.ca www.wcsigroup.ca

Econo Lumber PHONE: (306)764-3485 • FAX: (306)763-0553 1800 6th Avenue East Prince Albert, SK S6V 5S8 econo2@sasktel.net

Building ContractorMulti Unit WilheLm Construction Services Inc PHONE: (306)637-3230 • FAX: (306)637-2152 P.O Box 1657 Estevan, SK S4A 1C8 nathanw@wcsigroup.ca www.wcsigroup.ca

Building ContractorResidential Evolve Developments PHONE: (306)778-1050 • FAX: (306)778-2084 50 19th Ave NE Swift Current, SK S9H 3Z5 evolve@sasktel.net Sparta Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)684-9909 • FAX: (306)692-9006 Box 1135 Moose Jaw, SK S6H 4P8 jay@spartahomes.ca www.spartahomes.ca Vereco Homes Inc. PHONE: (306)261-4542 Box 908 Langham, SK S0K 2L0 ronn@ronnlepage.com www.vereco.ca

Builders - Ready-To-Move Deneschuk Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)783-6228 • FAX: (306)786-7727 P.O. Box 1150 Highway #10 East Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3 lee@deneschukhomes.com www.deneschukhomes.com

Carpentry & Finishing Evolve Developments PHONE: (306)778-1050 • FAX: (306)778-2084 50 19th Ave NE Swift Current, SK S9H 3Z5 evolve@sasktel.net

Other Built Green Canada PHONE: (780)485-0920 150 Summerside Gate SW Edmonton, AB T6X 0P5 info@builtgreencanada.ca City of Moose Jaw PHONE: (306)694-4445 • FAX: (306)691-0292 228 Main Street North Moose Jaw, SK S6H 3J8 msanson@moosejaw.ca www.moosejaw.ca Trimount Group of Companies PHONE: (306)634-3999 FAX: (306)634-4999 Box 579 Estevan, SK S4A 2A5 info@trimount.ca www.trimount.ca

Concrete Contractors Evolve Developments PHONE: (306)778-1050 • FAX: (306)778-2084 50 19th Ave NE Swift Current, SK S9H 3Z5 evolve@sasktel.net

Energy Star Sparta Homes Ltd. PHONE: (306)684-9909 • FAX: (306)692-9006 Box 1135 Moose Jaw, SK S6H 4P8 jay@spartahomes.ca www.spartahomes.ca

WilheLm Construction Services Inc PHONE: (306)637-3230 • FAX: (306)637-2152 P.O Box 1657 Estevan, SK S4A 1C8 nathanw@wcsigroup.ca www.wcsigroup.ca

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Living Spaces - Spring 2014  

The official magazine of the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders' Association.

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