FAQs

CAN-ALUM FAQs

WhatsNew:

On-Line Quote Form

February 15, 2016

CAN-ALUM now has an online Estimate Request form to make it easy to request a quote for new and renovation projects.

CurrentNews:

Building and Energy Codes

March 23, 2016

New Building Code ii currently in place.

New Energy Code is coming into effect later this year.

RecentEvents:

James Hardie

CAN-ALUM Building Products is a James Hardie Preferred Contractor for New Home construction and Renovations in Alberta.

Frequently Asked Questions

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  1. How long has CAN-ALUM been in business?
  2. Why use CAN-ALUM?
  3. Why not use another siding company?
  4. What makes CAN-ALUM a better choice?
  5. Is CAN-ALUM liscenced and bonded?
  6. Is CAN-ALUM in good standing with the Better Business Bureau?

How long has CAN-ALUM been in business?

  • CAN-ALUM Building Products Inc. has served Calgary and area for over 35 years.
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Why use CAN-ALUM?

  • CAN-ALUM is your leader in exterior hone siding installation.
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Why not use another siding company?

  • There are a lot of Fly-By-Night and short lived siding companies doing business in Calgary today. CAN-ALUM is the oldest standing siding company in Calgary, and is here to stay. Other companies do not have anything to lose if they have warrantee problems. They can simply close down and start under a new name, which happens all the time.
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What makes CAN-ALUM a better choice?

  • CAN-ALUM is the oldest standing siding company in operation in Calgary today. They would not still be in business today if they didn't have quality work and ethics. They've been in business for over thirty years, where the average life expectancy of a siding Company is less than ten years.
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Is CAN-ALUM liscenced and bonded?

  • Yes, Canalum is liscenced, bonded and insured.
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Is CAN-ALUM in good standing with the Better Business Bureau?

  • Yes. Canalum Building Products Inc. has a top ranking with the Calgary Better Business Bureau. You can be confident they will still be there to honor their warrantee if you need them to.
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