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Riley Park, Vancouver, 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.
We are always available to help. Pickup the phone and call us if you have questions that need answering. We take great pride in showing up on time and doing what we say we do.
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.
We had a leak in our roof, complete with water flowing into our kitchen through a pot light. Shane assessed the problem area, explained our problem, made recommendations, tarped the area, and submitted his proposal for work. We accepted his recommendations and the work began shortly thereafter. Shane checked in regularly on the progress and was available for trouble-shooting. The roofing team was punctual, hard-working, professional and very polite. The team completed the work in the allotted time despite the horrible weather, and left our yard tidy and debris free. We are very happy with the look and function of our new roof, and recommend Cooper Roofing, Shane Cooper and his team for a professional roofing job. The "before" (second) and "after" (first) picture show the new look! Approx cost includes new skylight and taxes.
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City of Vancouver Details:
Little Mountain is a mountain in the central part of Vancouver bounded by 41st Avenue in the south, 16th Avenue to the north, Cambie Street in the west and Fraser Street to the east. Little Mountain is a volcanic formation who’s elevation is 127 metres. This site was once mined for granitic basalts and is now home to a public park called Queen Elizabeth Park and Bloedel Floral Conservatory. The Conservatory has a large geodesic dome and is home to a variety of fish, small mammals and exotic birds as well as a large indoor tropical garden. Little Mountain is also home to Nat Bailey Stadium and the Vancouver Olympic Paralympic Centre as well as many one of a kind restaurants, grocers and boutiques.
In the early 1900's a scattered community began to thrive on upper Main Street, the residents were primarily Little Mountain quarry workers who mined volcanic rock to use for surfacing the area's first roads. In the 1920's the rock quarry was converted into the City's water reservoir and in 1940 Little Mountain became Queen Elizabeth Park and the water reservoir was covered to serve as the parks parking lot. This neighbourhood had deep roots in Vancouver's baseball history and the Vancouver Capilanos baseball team opened Capilano Stadium which was renamed to Nat Bailey Stadium in 1952 and is home to the Vancouver Canadians minor baseball team. Nat Bailey Stadium continues to be a much loved venue for various events to this day
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