The team at Castle Wolf Creek Building Supplies in Lacombe can help with a wide variety of home improvement and project needs, whether you’re a do-it-yourselfer or a contractor.

The team at Castle Wolf Creek Building Supplies in Lacombe can help with a wide variety of home improvement and project needs, whether you’re a do-it-yourselfer or a contractor.

You’ve got friends in the building business in Lacombe

Do-it-yourselfers, contractors alike can find advice and materials to make projects go smoothly

Whether you’re taking on residential building projects for other homeowners or tackling a renovation in your own home, getting help along the way is crucial.

Directing you to the right lumber for the project, recommending paints and stains, and offering a range of cupboard configurations are just some of the ways building supplies experts can make your job go smoother for both contractors or do-it-yourselfers, says Rob DeRegt with Castle Wolf Creek Building Supplies in Lacombe.

You may be comfortable and confident taking on more complex repair and reno jobs at home, but if not, there’s help available.

“Some people get overwhelmed by the size of the project, or having to come up with all the ideas,” DeRegt says. “Our staff give you ideas on how to get started, what materials you might want to consider, and other advice.”

Even if you’re having someone else build that deck or fence, redo your kitchen or bathroom, or construct a new garage or backyard shed, as the homeowner, you’ll need to decide on many things.

Here’s some ways to get a head start on your job:

Interior finishings a specialty – As the cold weather sets in to Central Alberta in fall and winter, your home improvement focus may be shifting indoors. Ask the experts at Wolf Creek Building Supplies for advice on paints, doors, interior casings and even windows.

Outdoor projects continue – As long as the ground isn’t too frozen to lay footings in or sink posts into the earth, outdoor projects like decks and fences continue to get done, DeRegt says. “In situations where homeowners are purchasing materials, you can find good specials on products like treated decking and aluminum railings.”

Request a free quote – If you know what you need for your job, or even if you need help getting started, the staff at Wolf Creek Building Supplies can help you create a budget for your project.

If you’re a contractor, you’re used to doing jobs big and small. Either way, Wolf Creek Building Supplies is well set up to handle all of your materials needs to help make that job easier and your client happier. For larger orders, ask about delivery options!

If you’re looking to drill down and get specific about your building supply needs, visit wcbs.cc and select from the range of departments, building packages and services. Follow the latest trends and tips on Wolf Creek’s Facebook page.

 

You’ll find solutions to many of your household improvement questions at the Castle Wolf Creek Building Supplies store in Lacombe.

You’ll find solutions to many of your household improvement questions at the Castle Wolf Creek Building Supplies store in Lacombe.

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