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Just in case you need more information about the products or application methods used in your painting project, we’ve provided a list of local suppliers you can contact. Top Coat Painting consults all suppliers to make sure you get the best materials for your project.

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(250) 385-0478

Retail Paint Stores

Environmental Links

British Columbia’s Recycling Handbook

Recycling Council of British Columbia

British Columbia Ministry of Environment

General Paint

3026 Jutland Road, Victoria - (250) 385-4455

4099 Shelbourne Street, Victoria - (250) 477-4223

783 Goldstream Avenue, Victoria - (250) 474-7486

Pacific Paints - Benjamin Moore

1031 Hillside Avenue, Victoria - (250) 381-5254

109 - 2455 Millstream Rd, Langford - (250) 391-4770

2065 Keating Cross, Saanichton - (250) 652-4274

Cloverdale Paint

555 Ardersier Rd, Victoria - (250) 383-8000

1616 Cedar Cross Rd Hill, Victoria - (250) 472-6868

1057 Langford Parkway, Victoria - (250) 478-5525

Glidden ICI

3303A Tennyson Avenue, Victoria - (250) 382-3114

#109-2924 Jacklin Rd, Langford - (250) 915-1016

Color Mart

1581 Hillside Avenue, Victoria - (250) 595-4243

Industrial Plastics and Paint

776 Cloverdale Avenue, Victoria - (250) 727-3545

As stewards of our environment, Top Coat Painting is an environmentally conscious painting company that encourages education and dedication to sustainable business practices. Check out our Paint Recycling Program to see how we are making a difference!

CRD - Household Hazardous Waste Info

Top Coat Painting provides clear communication of project management and client participation and awareness of the paint products we use on your property. This page will provide you with local and national industry links relating to the information to help you stay on top of your successful painting project.

New Paint Regulations in Canada effective 2010

The Federal Government has introduced new regulations that are aimed at protecting the environment and your health from the toxic effects of off-gassing and air pollution. The 2010 VOC regulations will mainly effect alkyd paints, whereas most water-based paints are currently compliant. Here are a few links that provide a fast-track to education.

Canadian Paint and Coatings Industry Getting New Volatile Organic Compounds Regulations

VOC Concentration Limits For Architectual Coatings - Regulated September 2010

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