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Flood Damage – Types of Water

Flood damage can be localized in a home or it can be a wide scale natural disaster. All flooding situations can be dangerous to human health and safety, in addition to causing extensive property damage. The severity and level of emergency of a flood depends on the amount of water, the source and the type […]

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Canadian Winters. How our weather can impact your home.

Fluctuating Winter Weather Canadian winters bring fluctuating winter weather. This can be extreme, and in some cases destructive and costly. Ice, snow, wind, freezing and varying temperatures can cause major problems and damage to your home and property. During a winter storm, winds can be strong enough to bring down trees and hydro poles. This […]

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Deep Cleaning – New Year, Fresh Spaces

The New Year is here – the perfect time to tidy and refresh! January is the ideal time to reset, declutter and organize for a fresh start in your home and in your life. Refreshing your space, by tidying, deep cleaning and editing the things you may no longer use or need, allows you to […]

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Protect Your Family From the Dangers of Carbon Monoxide

Carbon monoxide can be a deadly danger in your home, but poisoning is completely preventable. Understanding what carbon monoxide is, where it comes from, the symptoms of poisoning and how to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning can save you and your family. Carbon monoxide (CO) is a poisonous gas that is colourless and odourless. When inhaled, […]

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Extreme Weather and Natural Disasters

Natural disasters are caused by extreme weather. Tornadoes, hailstorms, hurricanes, windstorms, cyclones, lightning and winter storms are the main weather disasters we experience in Canada. These storms develop because of unfavourable and unexpected changes in the weather which can negatively affect the earth’s atmosphere and further weather formation. In Canada, from coast to coast, we […]

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Cottage Life – Reconnect and Renovate?

Ahhh, summer… the ideal time of year to gather with friends and family in cottage country! Enjoying time away from the hustle and bustle of city life, the daily routine and for many, a time to reconnect with loved ones and extended family. For the last two years keeping one another safe has been a […]

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Vacationing – Unwind with Peace of Mind

With the last few weeks of summer break upon us, take time to regroup and unwind. Enjoy the lazy days of summer before the kids head back to school and the return of routine. Whether it’s a road trip or a restful week at a cottage there are still precious summer days left to enjoy. […]

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WINMAR® (Canada) International, Ltd., Announces New Ownership WINMAR® Mississauga/Oakville

Mississauga, ON. July 25, 2022: WINMAR® (Canada) International, Ltd., is pleased to announce new ownership of WINMAR® Mississauga/Oakville. In September 2021 James “Jamie” Mowat and Randy Shea acquired ownership. WINMAR® Mississauga/Oakville opened in October 1992. Jamie and Randy are excellent ambassadors to continue the WINMAR® brand in Mississauga and the Oakville area. With 30 years […]

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