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Stelpro heats up Bonneville’s engineered homes

April 6, 2017 | By Anthony Capkun

Orléans high-end convector, courtesy Stelpro.

April 6, 2017 – Stelpro Design—a Quebec-based manufacturer of integrated heating solutions—has signed a partnership agreement that will see its products installed in all engineered homes built by custom homebuilder Industries Bonneville.

“This agreement with Industries Bonneville enables us to increase the visibility and distribution of our electric heating products to a broader clientele that will benefit from a high-performance, reliable and high-quality heating solution,” said Connie Chabot, Stelpro’s VP sales & marketing.

The agreement is exclusive for electric heating products such as thermostats, baseboards, convectors and cove heaters.

Industries Bonneville and Stelpro are two Quebec family businesses that are committed to innovating and delivering products that meet consumer needs,” added Dany Bonneville, co-president of Industries Bonneville. “We share the same values of quality, reliability and comfort, as well as the same vision in terms of philanthropy.”

Stelpro employs over 450 people in two manufacturing plants (Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville and Grand-Mère) and, since 2014, has been listed among Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies.

PHOTO 1: Micro-Natur engineered home, courtesy Industries Bonneville.

PHOTO 2: Natur-Eco engineered home, courtesy Industries Bonneville.

PHOTO 3: Orléans high-end convector, courtesy Stelpro.

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