New HGTV Canada Contest

HGTV has contests on from time to time, usually good ones!

Here is the latest one they have to enter below.


WOW! You can now enter to win a Space Transformation With Gut Job and VELUX Skylights!

Here is your chance to win a transforming $10,000 Skylight Makeover courtesy of VELUX Canada, the official skylight provider of Gut Job!

Contest Prize:

One (1) Grand Prize is available to be won, consisting of:

  • skylights for the Winner’s home from VELUX, which shall include installation on a “standard shingled roof” (a roof with a pitch between 3:12 and 6:12).

The approximate retail value of the Grand Prize is CDN$ 10,000.00

How to Enter

Fill out the entry form to be entered.

Limit one (1) entry per email address per day.

Good Luck.

Contest Rules:

  • Open to residents of Canada
  • Excludes Quebec, Northwest Territories, Yukon, and Nunavut)
  • Age of majority
  • Daily entry
  • legal owner of a home in Canada

Click here to Enter this contest

The Contest Ends on December 24, 2023

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    About HGTV Channel

    HGTV (Home and Garden Television) began in the US in 1994 as part of the Discovery Communications family. The Canadian version launched two years later, in 1996, making it one of the oldest specialty channels. Since then, it has become one of the most popular networks on Canadian television.

    HGTV Canada’s focus on local content sets it apart from other home improvement networks. While many other networks rely heavily on American programming, HGTV Canada is dedicated to showcasing Canadian talent and stories. In addition to airing popular US shows like Property Brothers and Fixer Upper, the network also produces several original series such as Home to Win and Disaster DIY. These shows feature some of Canada’s top designers, builders, contractors and even celebrities!

    Another thing that makes this network stand out from the competition is its commitment to sustainability. As part of their “Green Home Makeover” initiative, HGTV Canada works with experts to educate viewers on how they can make their homes greener without sacrificing style or comfort. That includes tips on energy-saving appliances, recycled materials and more.