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Replacement Windows in Watford, ON

Posted in Service Areas, on August 18, 2017 By Admin

In the beginning, the town of Watford – known as Brown’s Corners in those days – was a stagecoach stop on the road between Warwick and Brooke Township. The town had little in the way of amenities in those days, and in the tradition of western movies, they had a hotel, a saloon,

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Replacement Windows in Forest, ON

Posted in Service Areas, on August 18, 2017 By Admin

Forest is like many communities in Southwestern Ontario, when it was first settled is was carved out of a dense forest and logging was the first signs of economic activity for the community in its infancy. At that time Forest was fortunate to have a railway running through the community to help

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Replacement Windows in Strathroy

Posted in Service Areas, on August 18, 2017 By Admin

The community of Strathroy sits amid a junction that connects it to large centres and the location was ideal for a community when it was founded back in the 1840’s. Three railroads had tracks in the area to transport the agricultural products that we the life’s blood of the community

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Replacement Windows in Sarnia

Posted in Service Areas, on August 18, 2017 By Admin

In the mid-1600’s, the first contact was made between Natives and white settlers when Robert de La Salle made the first voyage on Lake Huron. It was a difficult journey because his crew had to drag their equipment up the St. Clair River between Lake Michigan and Lake Huron to make the

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Replacement Windows in Chatham-Kent, ON

Posted in Service Areas, on August 18, 2017 By Admin

The community of Chatham-Kent started out life as a town as a naval dockyard in the late 18th century and not a moment too soon. Less than 15-years later the War of 1812 broke out between Canada and the US and the port became a launching point for attacks against Americans set on taking over the

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