Proudly serving Canadian Paints & Stains since 1975!

41 Morton Ave. East, Brantford, ON • Open Monday to Friday: 8am-5pm & Saturday: 9am-2pm

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FAQ’s

Where are you located?2024-07-10T13:14:24-04:00

We are located at 41 Morton Avenue East in Brantford, Ontario. We are just South of Hwy. 403 between West Street and Wayne Gretzky Parkway. See map

What are your store hours?2024-07-10T13:00:30-04:00

We are open Mon-Fri: 8am-5pm, and Sat: 9am-2pm. We are closed on Sundays and holidays.

Do you deliver?2024-07-10T13:10:24-04:00

Yes, we deliver. Get same-day delivery in Brantford for only $12 and Paris for only $17. Other areas are by quote only. We deal with a local courier company, RoadRunner Express.

What brands do you carry?2024-07-10T13:44:00-04:00

For paints, we carry MF Paints, PPG Paints, and SICO. For exterior stains, we carry MF Paints, Sansin, SICO ProLuxe, and Ready Seal. For interior stains, we carry Sansin, Saman, Passeport Elite, and Old Masters. For varnishes, we carry Finitec, Saman, and MF Paints. We also carry various other brands for specialty purposes.

How do your paints compare to Behr or Benjamin Moore?2024-07-10T15:05:01-04:00
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