Canmore West Eavestroughing provides a service to Canmore and the surrounding area. Expanding into Golden is one of the companies primary objectives according to Marco Beaudoin. (Photo submitted)

Canmore West Eavestroughing works to serve Golden

Despite being based in Canmore, Canmore West is willing to come out to Golden to provide service

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For almost 15 years Canmore West Eavestroughing has been servicing the B.C./Alberta border area.

Based out of Canmore, the business specializes in eavestrough installation, while also providing gutter installation, gutter cleaning, leaf guard installation and gutter repairs.

“Some other contractors try to do it all, like roofing and all that,” said Marco Beaudoin, founder and owners of Canmore West.

“We love serving Golden and the surrounding area, we try to do our very best with our best service and best price.”

Canmore West installs five-inch residential and six-inch commercial eavestroughs. According to Beaudoin, they don’t consider residential or commercial eavestroughs to be their primary cliental.

“We’re trying to be the best at eavestroughing and we offer great prices and service,” said Beaudoin. “Eavestroughing is all I’ve known for over 30 years and it’s all I do.”

Beaudoin got involved in the eavestroughing business 30 years ago when he was just 24 and has made it his mission to provide quality products to his customers.

He was initially drawn to the idea of working outdoors and having a different worksite every day, which is what brought him into the industry and kept him in it after almost three decades.

“The scenery and the environment of being outdoors and working outside all the time can’t be beaten,” said Beaudoin. “Being in a different location every day, it’s what attracted me to the job.”

Canmore West has only just recently expanded into Golden, having only serviced the location for five years now.

It started when Beaudoin would get calls from private owners and contractors asking him to make the trek out to Golden for work, which he obligingly did. It’s something he has continued to do as he looks to grow and expand his business.

“Here I am, every year I come up and do work in Golden and I love it,” said Beaudoin.

“The demand was there in Golden and it’s what brought me here in the end. Usually, I get a call from someone who can’t find anyone else in Golden so I deliver my service out there.”

Canmore West Eavesthroughing is open Monday through Saturday, from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. MST. In addition to Golden, the business also services Banff, Bragg Creek, Cochrane, Exshaw, Harvie Heights, Lake Louise and of course, Canmore.

They can be reached at 403-493-0005. More information is available on their website.

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