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New Westminster, BC
We have years of experience and stand by our promise to deliver quality superior workmanship. We ensure that you get a fair price for the work provided. There are no hidden costs.
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We guarantee you will be 100% satisfied with the work. We have years of experience and stand by our promise to deliver superior quality workmanship every time.
From the smallest project to the biggest, we take our work seriously. To us it's not just a job. It's your home and we think it should be treated with respect and care.
Apart from installing a great new roof, Shane was friendly and professional. He went above and beyond what was expected, leaving us very satisfied indeed. Shane was prompt, his workers were clean and swift , and the price was fair. We would recommend Shane to anyone who needs a new roof!
Roof Replacement - Richmond, BC
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Discover the history of Downtown New Westminster. Take a stroll on Columbia Street or take in the sights along beautiful waterfront boardwalk at the Quay. Downtown New Westminster is easily accessible from the sky train stations and is a perfect place to spend the day to take in the various festivals or community events.
New Westminster is located in the centre of Metro Vancouver on a hillside over looking the Fraser River. It was Queen Victoria who named New Westminster after the City of Westminster in England in 1859 and it's still known as the Royal City to this day. The city was founded by Major General Richard Moody as the capital of the Colony of BC in 1858 and continued in that role until the Mainland the the Island Colonies merged in 1866. A year later the City became the first in BC to be incorporated and have an elected municipal government. It became a major outfitting point for prospectors coming for the Fraser Gold Rush as all travel to the gold fields in Yale and Port Douglas were by water.
In 1878 the Government of Canada opened the British Columbia Penitentiary, the first penitentiary west of Manitoba. It was known as the BC Pen or simply the Pen was located between Sapperton and what is now Queen's Park. It housed maximum security prisoners for 102 years before closing in 1980. The original centre of the Pen still stands and has been converted into office space, the gatehouse, steps and the old coal house also are still standing but the rest of the grounds have been filled with condominiums, townhouses and parkland.
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