All-in-one home platform by Property Brothers launches in Canada

March 20, 2019
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Design enthusiasts in Canada have gotten an exciting opportunity

Available now, the infamously HGTV super stars, Property Brothers' online platform Casaza has launched in Canada. On this platform, users can search the database for interior design inspiration.

Founded by Drew and Jonathan Scott, Casaza is a digital one-stop shop for the home, where users can find design inspo, hire industry experts, and personalize and furnish their spaces.

After successfully launching in the US, the Brothers have brought the platform home and now Canadians can find everything they’ll need to renovate and rejuvenate their spaces.

“We are so happy to bring Casaza home to our Canadian family, who have been with us since season 1 of Property Brothers,” said Drew Scott, Co-Founder of Casaza in a statement.

“This platform is a carefully curated sampling of the design and renovation projects we get so much positive feedback on from fans of our shows – and so much of that comes from Canadian viewers. We are inspired by Canadian designers and aesthetics and we can’t wait to shine a light on these homegrown treasures on”

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March 20, 2019

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