I never thought that a Construction Company would ever have a blog page, let alone a General Contractor. But here it is, they are telling me that it's the new in thing.

Burgoyne Construction Ltd.

You’ll never guess what I found today ? A whole bunch of rusted nails.

Posted 4 weeks ago

I bought 10 of these $30 gift cards today at my favorite Chinese restaurant. I will be handing them over the summer to random clients, I sure hope you are one of them.

Posted 4 weeks ago

First Soffit repair of this year , some glad that the owner had a piece in the attic because they discontinue this style over 10 years ago.

Posted 5 weeks ago

Cedar Installed

We completed this Cedar in a log home on the stairwell to the basement.

Posted 5 weeks ago

Burgoyne Construction Ltd.  likes to recycle your old Treated Deck.  And that’s the only way it should be done cause you shouldn’t burn treated lumber as it gives off a poisonous gas that could kill you if breathed in.

Posted 6 weeks ago

This is so true, I see it every summer.

Posted 7 weeks ago

We also like having fun at work !

Posted 8 weeks ago

It will soon be time to fix up your siding that got damaged over the winter. But until that, check out our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Burgoyne-Construction-Ltd-290408011641814/

Or our webpage at https://www.burgoyneconstruction.ca

Posted 8 weeks ago

I was in a bind today, then I remembered that Prat Brothers Lock and Safe was in Spruce Grove, and lo and behold they came through for me.

Their number is 780-960-2969


Also check out out webpage, burgoyneconstruction.ca

Posted 9 weeks ago

I thought this coffee cup was a gooder.

Posted 9 weeks ago

How it all began !

I am a Journeyman Carpenter, that is because I picked up my first skill saw when I was 14. ( and yes it was a Skill Saw brand, it weight about 20 lbs because it was made of steel not plastic ). My Father was building an addition onto the side of the house, and I was out trying to help. My uncle was there helping my father, and I wanted to cut a piece of 2 x 4. Dad said no , and my uncle nodded to go for it, so I did. From that day on I knew I wanted to be a carpenter just because of the smell of the fresh cut wood.