Proudly Canadian, family-owned and operated, Henry's first opened its doors in 1909 and has evolved into the leading specialty digital imaging retailer in Canada. With locations across Canada and a strong B2B and e-commerce business, they are the source for the best and newest products, expert advice and award-winning customer service in camera-related hardware and accessories for photographers, videographers, and digital creators. Henry's carries over 15,000 imaging-related products from all of the top brands and is a proud supporter of creators across Canada.
Since its incorporation in 1981, Henry Company has grown beyond its roots in Southern California into a national supplier of air and vapor barrier, roofing and waterproofing products. In 1998, Henry Company expanded through the acquisition of Monsey Bakor Inc., a leading manufacturer of roof coatings, cements and driveway maintenance products. The acquisition extended Henry's reach across all of North America, making Henry one of the largest North American manufacturers of roof coatings and cements.
Henry® Company is a leading innovator of Building Envelope Systems® and understands the principles of integrating air/vapor barrier, roofing and waterproofing systems to ensure superior building performance. Henry professionals offer designers, contractors and building owners a combination of technical experience and a commitment to provide quality products. For more than 75 years, Henry has been the trusted source for complete Building Solutions.
Today, Henry Company’s commitment to research and development continues to strengthen its leadership in the building market. From breakthroughs in mastic, asphalt, reflective, and air and vapor barrier technologies, Henry Building Envelope Systems® continue to contribute to more energy efficient buildings and stronger structures.
Henry® Company, a leader in Building Envelope Systems®, has agreed to acquire Fortifiber®, LLC based in Fernley, Nevada, a leading manufacturer of weather-resistive moisture management systems, including housewrap, building paper and flashing tapes (December 2017)