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Replacement Doors in Lucan

Posted in Service Areas, on August 21, 2017 By Admin

The town of Lucan was one of the first communities in pre-Confederation days to demonstrate a social conscience – in 1816 the town was one of the first to provide sanctuary to Black citizens escaping oppression in the US and as part of the Underground Railroad, Lucan was a final stop for

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Replacement Doors in Komoka

Posted in Service Areas, on August 21, 2017 By Admin

In Middlesex Centre, there are a number of communities that were carved out of the wilderness back in the early 1800’s and Komoka was one of them. Before the railway laid tracks in the area, Komoka had little outside contact with other communities due to the distances that needed to be

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Replacement Doors in Forest, ON

Posted in Service Areas, on August 21, 2017 By Admin

Forest like the name says, was named after a dense hickory forest that cut out of the area when the town was established in Hickory Creek back in the early 1800’s. The waterway served as power for the mills that we situated in the town that cut logs for export to other communities. Once the

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Replacement Doors in Paris, ON

Posted in Service Areas, on August 22, 2017 By Admin

Pairs ON. holds a number of claims to fame, they were the largest exporter of gypsum, an important ingredient when making plaster of paris, it was the site of the first long distance telephone call from Brantford – where the telephone was invented – to Paris and that began the

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Replacement Doors in London, ON

Posted in Service Areas, on August 22, 2017 By Admin

Back in 1793, John Graves Simcoe was Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, and he proposed that London, ON. be named as the capital of Upper Canada due to its central location in the area, pre-Confederation. While it was a good idea geographically, the idea faltered due to the influence of York

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