Protect Yourself with a CO Detector

Carbon monoxide is called the “silent killer” because you can’t see, smell or taste it. And it is deadly! Carbon monoxide is the leading cause of accidental poisoning deaths in North America. Each year it proves fatal for hundreds of Canadians, and, makes more than one thousand Canadians sick with varying flu-like symptoms. According to a recent national Home Safety Poll: 60% of Canadians DO NOT have a CO alarm 15% believe CO alarms LAST FOREVER 18% believe CO alarms are only needed if you have a GAS FURNACE 44% DO NOT have their heating or other combustion systems checked
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Fill The Freezer For The Guy Family

We are looking for help to Fill The Freezer in our office for the Guy family. Shannon Amy Guy died tragically in Mexico recently while on her honeymoon leaving behind her husband Paul and two little girls ages 7 months and 3 years. This young family needs our assistance and we want to help show them that people really do care. This family can use any donation such as frozen food, gift cards, diapers, etc.
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For The Love Of Bridget Rose

  $750 For Bridget Rose We held our Staff Golf Day Friday August 16th. At this event the office staff raffled off a few items including golf bags. They raised $375 which the company matched. Therefore our total donation to help Bridget and her family with their expenses  is $750.
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How To Protect Yourself From Door-To-Door Water Heater Sales People

We sell water heaters and we do have a rental program, however our people do not go door-to-door! Our staff will only show up at your house once we have been invited by you to provide a quote. Unfortunately there are companies who send people door-to-door and they are using a number of tactics to get inside of your home and have you sign a contract with them. Be sure to contact a reputable company such as Carleton Refrigeration, Heating and Air Conditioning for a second opinion. The following are suggestions from the Home Owner Protection Centre DOs: Always ask
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