Apr. 10

Canadian Contest — Home Hardware Canada — $50,000 Ultimate Backyard Makeover Contest

homehardware.coolcanucks.ca

 

Enter here once for a chance to win a $50,000 Home Hard­ware gift card, or a Recharge rid­ing lawn­mover, or one of ten Yard-Man lawn­mow­ers, or one of 100 prizes of a Wood Shield stain prod­uct and/or Beauti-Tone paint!

Con­test ends on May 30th, good luck!!

 

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» 9 Responses to “Canadian Contest — Home Hardware Canada — $50,000 Ultimate Backyard Makeover Contest”

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  1. Linda Boulard
    April 28th, 2011 at 3:05 pm

    this would be fan­tas­tic and would help us get ready for our sons wed­ding and my 50th birth­day( May 31st)I have a few apple trees and the back­yard is 60x150’I also have some grand­chil­dren that would love to use this space.We use Home Hard­ware often,its just down the street.Thank you.

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  3. Donnie Campbell
    May 9th, 2011 at 10:52 pm

    2 years ago I installed a geot­her­mal heat­ing sys­tem in my back­yard which included exca­vat­ing 3 trenches, 150 feet long. Although the result has reduced my car­bon foot print con­sid­er­ably it has left back your in need of renovation.

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  5. Linda Pitre
    May 10th, 2011 at 9:44 am

    We are mov­ing into a new home in mid July, in Ottawa. There will be noth­ing done to the back­yard. Because my hus­band is in the mil­i­tary, we have moved around so often and this is our last home, we will be stay­ing there for a long time and I would like to make the back­yard a very spe­cial, relax­ing place for us. We have pur­chase some stone from Home Hard­ware before and they gave us a great price and were very knowl­edgable of the prod­uct. I will deffinetly goes back there and price out sup­ply. After pur­chas­ing a home, the bud­get for the yard is very low and hav­ing some help would be fan­tas­tic. I have a blank slate to play with and lots of dream to work on, I am a DIY fan and I know I can do a fab­u­lous job with your help. Thank you for your consideration.

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  7. Lucien Curnew
    June 28th, 2011 at 3:30 pm

    We have a prop­erty on the river north of Toronto over the years the water is tak­ing away our yard our goal was to build a retaing­wall to stop the water from eat­ing our yard.……a cou­ple of years ago we had a major flood 27″ of water in liv­in­groom so all our resor­ces went into ras­ing our home to avoid any fur­ther damage.…My wish list is to have a yard that will last years to come my theyme was not­i­cal but we can seem to get a han­dle on it.
    This year we lost another tree to the river.….….Please con­sider us.….…and make our water­front look breath­tak­ing to all whom ride the river.

    Regards,
    Lucien

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  9. Travene Jobagy
    March 19th, 2012 at 3:03 pm

    This would be the ulti­mate house warm­ing gift. We bought a house for Chirt­mas, and they took out alot of the play­grounds for my 2 yr old son to play in. Would love to turn our back­yard into a great play area for him, his birth­day is in August it would be great for his first birth­day party. My hus­band and me know we never win any­thing but we can always dream, but maybe the lit­tle guy will bring us some luck. And help encour­age St.Thomas, Ontario, to bring back the parks. Hope whomever you pick the best, good luck everyone.

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  11. Dennis Kaspick
    May 10th, 2012 at 10:31 pm

    My wife and I had a Uni­ver­sal Design house buildt specif­i­cally for her needs. Our lot is an acre, our house takes up half of the prop­erty. She is born phys­i­cally chal­lenged, she has walk­ing mobil­ity con­cern. At the end of her work­ing day, being inside most of her day it would be won­der­ful for her to inde­pen­dantly walk on inter­lock­ing brick walk way in the back­yard. Enjoy a fire pit, look after flow­ers in raised flower beds. Her phys­i­cally chal­lenged friends would enjoy the yard and also be inde­pen­dant. We have a few trees in the yard, across the street are horses, behind us is a golf course. We sure look for­ward to the oppor­tu­nity of this worth­while project. Good luck to all.

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  13. shan
    May 12th, 2012 at 10:23 am

    we need it badly our back­yrd is huge but i have no clue how to design it

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  15. samantha henry
    July 23rd, 2012 at 11:53 am

    I bought a home a cou­ple of years ago an acreage wtih bout 11 acres but unfor­tunely my rela­tion­ship ended and i’ve been main­tain­ing my yard but have no extra money to work on my yard. i am a sin­gle woman with 2 jobs and would like to be able to enjoy a nice new back yard where i could enter­tain friends and fam­ily. i had a bad storm here and i got some dam­age my dog’s house flew bout 40 feet so he’s home­less too and win­ter is com­ing. Right now it every­thing is old, plain and falling apart have no help to fix it. i can see poten­tial in my home but only have 2 hands and a mod­est pock­et­book. it would be awe­some if i had this opp­pur­tu­nity for a back­yard makeover

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  17. Marie
    December 12th, 2012 at 10:25 am

    Thank you god bless merry Christ­mas Happy New Year