What We Do
From the basement to the roof. From the front to the back, we’re your Go2Guys for the job!
We specialize in roofing, plumbing, interiors, and exteriors in Saskatoon and surrounding areas. We’re a locally owned business and we take pride in our work and the trades that we partner with to ensure your project will be done on time and on budget.
Do you ever look at your house and think, "This just isn't me"? The exterior of your home says a lot about the person you are. The way the house looks: the colour, the key choices you make for accessories such as mailboxes, lights, house numbers says a lot about who you are as an individual. Why not warm up your home and make it look absolutely stunning so that you can be excited to come home. Not only that, but you will be the envy of the neighborhood, of friends coming to visit, or even strangers driving by! Why wait? Give us a call, and let's make your exterior renovation dreams a reality!
Are there any grants that I can apply for to offset my renovation costs?
Yes, there are usually a few options for funding financing or grants.
How do I know if I need my windows replaced?
Pay attention to these 5 indicators to see if the windows in your home should be replaced: Moisture, condensation, or fog in between the glass panes of your window can indicate a sealing failure. Faded spots on your carpet and furniture could indicate that your windows might need a low-emissivity glass to block the sun’s harmful rays Drafty windows are a sign that you need a higher Energy Rating (ER) to increase the energy efficiency of your windows and help your home regulate its temperature, especially in the cold Canadian climate Difficulty opening or closing windows could mean parts are breaking down Rotting and peeling around the window frame requires a better seal
How do I know if my shingles need to be replaced?
Do a visual inspection of your roof. If you see any of the following, it is likely time for replacement. 1) Curling shingles 2) Blown off shingles 3) Lots of moss 4) Granulars missing The last consideration is the age of the roof. When was the last time the shingles were replaced?
How much does it cost to finish my basement?
Depending on the size of your space and what you’re looking to add, the cost can range significantly. We would be happy to provide a quote upon request.
How often should I paint the interior of my home?
Depending on your climate and the quality of the previous paint job, experts recommend that you paint your home every 5-10 years.
What space should I renovate first?
Besides starting with what you want to renovate first. The most impactful areas are the kitchen and bathrooms. These spaces provide the best improved value of your home. It's also important to consider spaces that are the oldest in your home.
Renovations are the key to creating the home you want. Whether it’s painting, drywalling, custom carpentry, or renovations in your kitchen, basement, or bathroom renos, we’re here for you! We want to help your home reach its full potential! Kitchen and bathroom renovations can help give a room a modern look and greatly increase your home’s value! A fresh coat of paint goes a long way to refresh a room for you to enjoy or to get your home ready to sell.
Painting the interior of exterior of a home is a great way to bring new life to house. Depending on climate, it is recommended to plan on repainting your home every 5 - 10 years. With the advances in paint, there are more colors, textures and applications available than ever before. Paint quality is only getting better and provides more advantages than looks. New paint is an additional application that resists the elements and keeps our homes water tight.
How often to should I paint my house?
It is recommended that you paint every 5 - 10 years. Paint is advancing and each time you apply a new coat you will benefit from these advances.
How do I pick the right paint brand?
Similar to the many colors available, there are many paint brands in the market. Our team has applied thousands of coats of paint. We have the experience to know which brands are best for each application.
Do paint brands have any warranty?
Most paint brands do provide a warranty. The length and detail of the warranty is a good indicator of the quality of the paint.
What type of underlayment do you use?
We ice and water all eavestrough edges and valleys with 4 feet and we rhino gaurd the rest of the roof entirely (a.ka. synthetic paper)
Do you re-use vents and plumbing stacks or replace them?
We replace all with new and add more venting to meet code.
What is the difference between IKO Cambridge and IKO Dynasty?
IKO Dynasty is a heavier shingle with a much better nailing strip (better for high wind areas, and comes in more wide variety of fun colours.
If your roof is in need of maintenance or an entire rebuild, we’ll restore it to look its best! We provide professional maintenance including repairs for shingles, eavestroughs, cladding, and soffit and fascia. We can also do entire overhauls including new roofs, cladding, soffit and fascia, and eavestroughs that have reached the end of their lifetime.
Soffit, fascia and eavestrough systems provide important preventative measures in the life of a home. Additionally, upgrading these areas not only benefit the homes longevity but improves the curb appeal.
What is the workmanship warranty on eavestroughs?
We provide a 10 year workmanship warranty on the eavestrough system we install. With the local climate we provide a 1 year warranty on silicone application.
What's better, vented or non-vented soffit?
We install both. Sometimes for esthetics, and sometimes to meet code. Every house is different depending on where it is placed on the lot.
What size of eavestrough should I use?
We recommend using 5 inch aluminimum or steel eavestrough.
What are the differences between vinyl, Hardie board and stucco?
There are a large variety of differences: one being cost, one being durability to weather, and one being colour options.
Is it important to insulate behind siding?
Each house is different, but almost always at least a 1/2 inch is recommended depending on the house.
What is the difference between paper and wire stucco and EIFS system?
One is price: EIFS is almost double the price, EIFS has almost no texture because it goes over the foam insulation, and paper and wire has a slight texture to it becasue it sticks to the metal mesh behind it.
The material that covers the largest area of a home exterior, next to the roof. There are many different products to choose from and are continuously improving.