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Online Visualizers Let You Try Before You Buy

Bring Your Vision to Life

Are you thinking about home renovations but are having a hard time imagining the big picture? Are you trying to showcase a great option to your client but the sample sizes are just not cutting it? Have you started installing a new product in your home but are suddenly having second thoughts halfway through? Don’t you wish you could have tried on the product before purchasing it? Well now, thanks to some innovative tools, you can!

Online visualizers are online software or applications that allow you to use existing models of homes, or upload your own pictures onto the site in order to visualize what a certain product would look like on your home before you purchase it. This great “try before you buy” option lets you browse through a selection of products and colour options to see which one best suits your style and your home. These interactive tools encourage you to create a profile and then guide you through the easy process of trying out colours and profiles on different areas of your home. By creating a profile, you can even make project folders so that you can envision all of your future renovations separately. Preview what your house would look like with a different colour of siding, brand new roof shingles, or even create your own backyard oasis. The options are there for you so that you can dream big, one small detail at a time. 

 

So, you’d like to get started and see what possibilities await your home? CanWel Building Materials distributes products from a variety of suppliers who offer an online visualizer. BP RoofingMaibec CanExel™ prefinished siding, Diamond Kote® Building Products,  Fusion Stone, James Hardie Fibre Cement and MoistureShield Composite Decking are some of who offer this great resource. 

Whether you’re a homeowner who just wants to dream a little or a contractor who’s trying to make their client’s dreams come true,  online visualizers will help everyone get a better idea of what they can get out of their home. We know that taking a project and making it your own doesn’t only require great material, the right tools, and a little bit of imagination, but it also requires research. Renovation projects can get a little bit overwhelming sometimes, and not always in a bad way. Sometimes the problem isn’t the fact that you can’t get the product you want, but rather, that you have too many options. You might be surprised by how easily you’d change your mind after seeing what the big picture looks like, rather than trying to imagine it all from a sample colour swatch. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Take advantage of these great tools at your fingertips and use online visualizers to let you see what your dreams are made of!

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