Dreaming of a new look to your home for the holidays? Some of the most dramatic changes can be made pretty quickly and easily, says Matthew Anderson, manager of Langley’s Windsor Plywood.

A new look for your home really can be THIS easy

From floors to doors, the local pros share what you need to know (and how to save!)

Does December have you dreaming of fresh look for your home for the holidays?

There’s still time.

Better yet, some of the most dramatic changes can be made pretty quickly and easily, says Matthew Anderson, manager of Langley’s Windsor Plywood.

And with the local experts right in the store, bring your questions!

“With the team we have, we really take pride in our customer service, it doesn’t matter if you’re here for a $20 project or a $5,000 project,” Anderson says.

  1. New floor: Among the most popular innovations in flooring has been long-lasting vinyl plank, a warmer, softer and quieter alternative to laminate. Ideal for kitchens and bathrooms, where moisture is a concern, Windsor’s Winchester brand offers a built-in underlay and easy-to-install VinLoc joint system that makes installation easier than ever for the do-it-yourselfer.

    Even better, visit Dec. 7 and 8 when Langley’s Windsor store will have the “Augusta Barnwood” variety at a savings of almost $1 per square foot!

  2. New doors: Doors offer one of the most overlooked but easiest home updates, especially if you can work with the existing door frames. Simply bring existing doors to Windsor’s in-house door shop and they can machine new doors to the same specifications for an easy – and more affordable – install. And if you need custom work, they can do that too! Allow about two weeks from drop-off to completion, Anderson suggests.
  3. New hardware: Just like the cabinet hardware in your kitchen and bathroom, new door hardware is a simple – yet often forgotten – fix to brighten your hallways and living areas. With options in traditional glass, sleek brushed stainless and a variety of fun and funky designs, you’re sure to find something to suit your style. And don’t forget new hinges, which can wear over time.

12 Days of Christmas Savings

Beginning Dec. 3 and continuing right through Dec. 15, Langley’s Windsor Plywood shares 12 days of Christmas savings. Watch in store or follow them on Facebook for the daily feature. “Each day will be something different,” Anderson says.

Last week’s visit from the local woodworkers also points to that other Windsor specialty: wood, from live-edge oak for tables and mantels to aspen and beautiful Baltic birch, not to mention the tools and accessories for your carving and woodworking projects.

And yes, as it says right in their name, they do quality plywood too!

Giving back where they live

While you’re in the store, stop by Windsor Plywood’s holiday display, where they’re happy to collect donations of food for the local food bank and new, unwrapped toys for local children in need.

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Conveniently located in the heart of Langley, Windsor Plywood is a Canadian company specializing in hard-to-source interior and exterior home finishing products, including flooring, doors, mouldings and especially wood products.

 

Conveniently located in the heart of Langley, Windsor Plywood is a Canadian company specializing in hard-to-source interior and exterior home finishing products, especially wood products.

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