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U31, Aya Kitchens, and Cleaf by Weston Premium Woods at IDS 2018

IIDEX 2017

 

IIDEX 2017

Where: Metro Toronto Convention Centre (North Building), Toronto ON

When: Nov 29-30, 2017

Our Booth #: 5613

CLICK HERE for *FREE passes! 
*Free registration valid until Wed, Nov 15th

New Collections

New Collections – Weston Premium Woods is always expanding on the collections offered, but we have really outdone ourselves this time. We are adding 13 unique colors/textures to our Cleaf collection and 9 new colours to our Premline Gloss collection. This is our biggest launch yet! We will be featuring textures that look and feel like leather, metallics and mirrors. The millwork community will preview the collection at WMS and our designers & architects get a sneak peek at IIDEX. Samples and product will be ready to go for the end of the year.

Click here to see the new Cleaf collection.

Click here to see the new Premline collection.

Woodworking Machinery & Supply Conference and Expo (WMS)

Woodworking Machinery & Supply Conference and Expo (WMS)

Where: International Centre, Mississauga ON

When: Nov 2-4, 2017

Our Booth #: 1173

CLICK HERE for FREE passes! 
(use code WESTON17)

Thermory Ash Siding Along the Eglinton Corridor

On September 28th, the Globe and Mail featured an article about a Mazenga Building Group townhouse complex built in 2016.  This modern build used 6,000 square feet ofThermory Ash wood on the façade. Thermory was chosen by the design team at Batay-Csorba Architects (with assistance from Turner Fleischer Architects) for its durability and ability to weather to a uniform silver grey to blend with the black brick.

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Happy World Bamboo Day!

September 18th was World Bamboo Day and Weston Premium Woods is a proud supporter of the day in celebration to increase the awareness of bamboo globally. Since 2015, Weston Premium Woods has sold over 70,000 square feet of decking, siding, porch flooring, and panels made from thermo-kiln dried fused bamboo all across Canada.

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How Does Thermory Perform?

Thermally-modified wood has been around since the early 90’s but as it is new to the North American market, some consumers are still weary to take the leap and use it. In this article from Professional Deck Builder Magazine, we learn how Thermory performs, and why it is a great decking alternative to tropical hardwoods.

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Paul LaFrance Thermory Deck!

Paul LaFrance is a master when it comes to designing and building custom decks for his clients! In this blog post, Paul provides various reasons as to why Thermory is a great decking option!

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Thermory Deck in Homes and Cottages!

Homes & Cottages, Canada’s largest consumer and trade magazine, featured an 800 square-foot Thermory Ash deck designed and built by Amadeo Barbini. However – this is no ordinary rectangular deck at the back of the house.  The deck beautifully bridges the gap between indoors and out, providing an inviting, comfortable space from which to enjoy the garden. The elegant built-in barbecue, also finished in Thermory Ash, presents an enjoyable entertainment setting.  Thermory Ash is an ideal, natural decking material and thanks to its superior dimensional stability, Thermory provides unlimited landscaping opportunities.

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