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Replacement Doors in St. Thomas

Posted in Service Areas, on September 15, 2017 By Admin

In the end, it was a case of accidental death that killed the massive behemoth known as Jumbo. You see, Jumbo was a working elephant and his job was the star of the show for a traveling circus that made its way across southwestern Ontario in the late 1800’s. Jumbo was on a stroll from the

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Replacement Doors in Fingal

Posted in Service Areas, on September 13, 2017 By Admin

The development of Upper Canada and then the province of Ontario took place back in the late 1700’s and early 1800’s. Areas were settled and most of the communities took shape on the banks of a river – mostly to power the mills that were essential for the community to sustain

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Replacement Doors in Ingersoll

Posted in Service Areas, on September 13, 2017 By Admin

The town of Ingersoll sits on the banks of the Thames River and is at the midway point between Woodstock and London along Highway 401. In the early days of Upper Canada, it was a considered an important intersection point for goods and services that traveled along the corridor. Most of the

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Replacement Doors in Exeter

Posted in Service Areas, on September 13, 2017 By Admin

Exeter is home to ‘Willis the Great White Wonder,’ and he is a squirrel. That’s right, a squirrel. Most of us have seen squirrels that are grey, black and brown, but almost never a white one. Willis, the freak of nature, ranks right up there with a white moose and white tiger,

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Replacement Doors in Chatham-Kent

Posted in Service Areas, on September 13, 2017 By Admin

The community of Chatham-Kent was founded on the Thames River and was a naval port similar to the town it was named after in England when the town first took root back in 1790. The name Chatham is said to mean forest settlement and the town like many in the general area was cut out of the dense

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