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Windows / Tips to hire a security guard
« Last post by Vickiesmith123 on December 14, 2018, 04:32:06 AM »
"Hi,
One of my friends has a house that was built long ago by his dad. The house is around 20 years old. Being an old house the house has no security system.
Last day when we met he said that he's planning to hire security guards from Toronto for the house as he is getting old and not physically and mentally defend someone. He asked me a few of his concerns regarding the security system installation too which I would like to share it. Since the security installation is done with wiring,it is not able to withstand for long time. So if you are planning to hire the guards, some of the tips are:
1.Plan ahead
2. Get to know your environment.
3. Wear body armour you may need.
4. Avoid faulty equipment.
5. Check any and all vehicles in your control.
6.Know your limits.
7. Be sure you have security accessories supporting you.

If we are using the wiring system,and since the wiring is old, should it be changed for installing a security system? How long will it take to install the security system? For how long will it last? Please share your thoughts.
Thank You!"
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Windows / Any help to find Door & window replacement service..!!
« Last post by lindamichael on December 07, 2018, 07:01:21 AM »
 Hey, We bought a new home near Ontario. It has some maintenance work. We need to replace some doors and windows because they are rather old ones. Since I'm new to this place, I'm not aware of any firms providing replacement service for doors and windows. So I searched for some online sites to find such firms, and I found some online reviews regarding windows and doors replacement firms. I spotted that Verdun windows are an outstanding firm for window and door replacement service. Before calling them, I would like to hear from you. If anyone had any experience with such firms, please feel free to share it with me. It would be a great help.
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General Chat / Garage door is not working properly
« Last post by Clydeville on December 06, 2018, 03:32:45 AM »
Hello all,
I have a garage which is built recently when I purchased a new car last year. The door is fully automatic and, operate with the help of sensors that are installed on both the sides of the door. Since yesterday I am noticing that the garage door won't close all the way down even if we wait for so long. I checked the switch and the hinges that operates the door. But, I couldn't find any fault in them :(. One of my friends suggested me to hire an electric door repair service to look into the issue. But, I thought I will ask for some help here before going to them. Do you have any solution to suggest?
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"Hi,
Bringing the newborn to the house is an exciting time in any new parents lives. There are a lot of things to be prepared before bringing the newborn to the house. The most important thing is cleaning the house. Having a clean home is extremely important when you bring a baby back. Because ensuring that the house is clean and germ-free is not only important for the health of the baby who is particularly susceptible to germs, but also for your general well-being.
Most of them don't have time to clean the condo and used to hire the condo cleaning services in Toronto,as babies are more prone to dust and dirt allergies, each nook and corner of the house should be well cleaned and kept.
Some of the tips :
1. Always make sure that the floors are clean.
2. If you have carpet, the carpet should be steam cleaned prior to the baby’s arrival. For those who are expecting a new baby soon, you might want to consider professional residential cleaning services.
Friends, if you have got any suggestions, share them with us.
Thank You!"
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General Chat / What kind of doors should I choose?
« Last post by Clydeville on November 30, 2018, 04:35:51 AM »
I am working with designing a new house. The house is of small size and, includes only two bedrooms, a kitchen and a living room. There will be a small garden in front of the house.  There won't be any porches in front of the house. Which means the front door will have a tough time fighting with the outside weather. So, I want something extra durable for the entry door. I talked with a company who sells front entry doors in Toronto, and they gave me a few options like steel doors, wood doors, fibreglass doors etc. But, before deciding on something as important as an entry door, I thought it would be better to ask it here.
Here are the requirements I am looking for
  • Will not dent
    Resists harsh weather, both cold and hot
    Corrosion resistant
    Good insulation and energy efficiency
    Should provide good security and aesthetic value.
    Economical
I am finding it hard to decide between custom wood doors and fibreglass doors. Which one will be better in my case? and, please tell me what kind of doors will be a better fit for me
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General Chat / What do you think about this shop providing garden accessories?
« Last post by Toby J. Page on November 14, 2018, 10:42:57 AM »
Hey,
      My sister's marriage is in the coming month. We need to plan a lot as the days are shorter. The main part of the wedding is the home decoration. I had the duty of exterior decoration. We are planning to decorate our garden.
     I think about decorating the garden with lights, flowers, and lanterns.
What do you guys think about this? Is it a good idea or should I add anything more.?
     While surfing on the internet, I came across a shop providing garden accessories. Please do share your experience.
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General Chat / Re: Have anyone here used this tile for their roofing?
« Last post by mildredbailly on November 08, 2018, 07:30:31 AM »
Even I'm searching for a service provider to build a backyard shed.
If their service is good please do share with me.
Thanks in advance!!
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General Chat / Built one or buy a Prefab!!
« Last post by mildredbailly on November 08, 2018, 07:23:31 AM »
My husband and I are planning to build a new outdoor shed in our backyard.  We are staying at Toronto. Should we give a contract to build an outdoor shed or buy a prefabricated one? Which is cheaper? How can we know the overall quality of the prefabricated shed? Will it last longer? Please help us out.
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General Chat / Have anyone here used this tile for their roofing?
« Last post by Karl P. Campbell on November 08, 2018, 05:58:39 AM »
Hey,
        I'm a farmer. I have a backyard shed to store my crops. But after last day rain, I found the roof  leaking. So I need to change the roof as fast as possible since my crop will be damaged.
      For a  temporary storage, I have changed my crops into a friend's storehouse.
So it is rather difficult for me to continue like this. So I need to do re-roofing at the earliest.
I think this Vermont slate tile will be suitable as it can withstand heavy weather conditions.
   Have anyone here used this tile for their roofing? Please do share your experience.
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French & Patio Doors / Re: Residential locksmith
« Last post by edward111 on November 05, 2018, 02:32:56 PM »
There is no need to reinforce the door jamb because it can break the knob also.So always hire professional locksmith firm to assist the door lock like i call locksmith stamford ct for all lock problems.
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