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Let’s Build

2017

Contractor’s Directory for Cranbrook, Kimberley & Surrounding Communities A Guide to those who build, repair, renovate, decorate, landscape, dig, clean-up & supply materials For property, home renovations and construction projects

For all your insurance needs Turn to page 3.


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INDEX APPLIANCES • Willow Appliances page 6 BUILDING CONTRACTORS • New Dawn Developments page 17 BUILDING SUPPLIES • Home Hardware Building Centre page 32 • Timber Mart page 7 CLEANING • North Star Concierge page 19 CONCRETE REPAIRS • Kootenay Mudjacking page 29 ELECTRICAL • Kimberley Electrical Ltd. page 31 • Martech Electrical page 10 FENCING • JRJ Fencing page 10 FURNTURE • The Bedroom Furniture Galleries page 25 GARAGE • Garage Solutions Group page 13 GRANITE • Kootenay Granite page 2 HEATING and COOLING • Kootenay Cooling and Heating Ltd. page 14 • Kootenay Mountain Metal page 21 • M&K Plumbing and Heating Co. Ltd. page 22 HOME INSPECTORS • Roberts’ Inspections page 29 HOT TUBS • EK Hot Tubs and Maintenance page 23 • Marysville Hot Tubs page 11 INSURANCE • Kootenay Insurance Services Ltd. page 19 • RCH Insurance page 3 INTERIOR DESIGN • Beyond the Door Interior Design Studio page 5 KITCHEN AND BATHROOM • Cranbrook Interior Woodwork Ltd. page 12 & 13 • Home Harware Building Centre ntre page 32 • Kootenay Granite page 2

LIGHTING • Cranbrook Lighting Ltd. page 22 PAINTERS • Riemann Painting page 9 PEST CONTROL • Cranbrook Pest Control page 29 PHONE & NETWORKING • JSL Forum page 30 PLUMBING • M&K Plumbing and Heating Services Co. Ltd. page 22 RENTALS • Sandor Rentals page 29 RENOVATION • New Dawn Renovations page 16 • Protech Hazardous Materials Management Ltd. page 27 RESTORATION • Paulson Fire and Flood page 8 SECURITY • JSL Forum page 30 • Kootenay Security Services page 19 SHEET METAL • Kootenay Mountain Metal page 21 STONE SURFACES • Sierra Stone (East Kootenay) Ltd. page 12 TRAILERS • Diamond West Trailer Sales page 8 WINDOWS • Ashberry Glass page19 • Beyond the Door Interior Design Studio page 5 • Kootenay Best Blinds page 15 • Timber Mart page 7 • Unique Windows and Solariums page 15 WATER • Martech Motor Winding Ltd. page 25 WOODWORK • Cranbrook Interior Woodwork Ltd. page 12 & 13


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THE POWER BEHIND THE PROJECT • Industrial • Commercial • Residential • Service • Inspections • Thermography • Preventative Maintenance Since 1983, Martech Electrical Systems Ltd. has been making accurate electrical connections in the Industrial, water treatment, agricultural, mining, sawmill, pulp mill and commercial sectors. Whether large or small, Martech ensures the project runs smoothly from inception to completion. Martech’s company foundation is built on customer satisfaction, as we strive for excellence every day.

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HAZARDOUS Did you know? Home improvement projects can inadvertently expose homeowners to hidden dangers. For example, lead paint may be lurking underneath layers of existing paint in older homes. Exposure to lead dust or fumes may cause brain damage or other adverse health effects, especially in children or pregnant women. It is essential that homeowners control their exposure to lead or other hazardous substances through the use of protective equipment, such as a properly fitted respirator. If lead is discovered, it may require professional containment and cleanup. Contact your local health authority if you discover or suspect you have discovered lead paint or other hazardous materials in your home.

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Why Building Permits & Inspections? There are many important reasons to acquire the necessary building permit(s) and to obtain the required inspections for your construction project. Helps protect property value. Your home or business is an investment. If your construction project does not comply with the codes adopted by your community, the value of your investment could be reduced. Saves You Money. Property insurers may not cover work or damages caused by work done without permits and inspections. Makes Selling Property Easier. When property is sold through a multiple listing association, the owner is required to disclose any improvements or repairs made and if permits and inspections were obtained. Many financial institutions will not finance a purchase without proof of a final inspection. If you decide to sell a home or building that has had modifications without a permit, this may have an impact on the sale of your home. Improves safety. Your permit allows the Building Inspector to reduce potential hazards of unsafe construction to provide for public health, safety and welfare. By following code guidelines, your completed project will meet minimum standards of safety and will be less likely to cause injury to you, your family, and your friends or future owners. Mandatory inspections complement the contractor’s experience and act as a system of checks and balances resulting in a safer project. It’s the Law. Work requiring permits are made such by City Ordinance. Work without a permit may be subject to removal or other costly remedies.

When a Building Permit is needed: The City of Cranbrook requires property owners to obtain a building permit when one of the following items listed is undertaken: • Construction of any new building or structure over 10m2; which includes pre-built structures that exceed this size • Insurance repairs • Additions to an existing building or structure • Adding any finished area to your basement • Installing, altering, or adding a new system or altering an existing plumbing system • Alterations which may also include changing the use of rooms or floor areas • Retaining walls over 1.5 metres in height above grade • Moving, adding or removing interior load bearing walls and replacing them with beams • Enclosing decks, carports or porches • Installing a wood stove or other wood burning appliance • Siting a mobile or manufactured home • Placing a temporary building on any property (i.e.: construction office) • Demolition of a building (demolition permit) • Changing the occupancy classification of a building • Moving a building from one location to a new location • Installing swimming pools If you are in doubt about the scope of work and whether a permit is needed contact the building department and they will assist you in making that determination. For more information, please call 250-489-0207. You can also visit our website for lots of great information and forms at http://cranbrook.ca/ourcity/city-departments/corporate-services/guide-to-building-permits/.

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POST-WINTER Post-winter garden prep Lawns and gardens can bear the brunt of winter weather and are often in need of tender loving care by the time spring arrives. Preparing a garden for spring and summer involves assessing any damage that harsh weather might have caused. As temperatures climb, gardeners can heed the following post-winter garden preparation tips in an effort to ensure some successful gardening in the months ahead. • Assess the damage. Even if winter was mild, gardens might still have suffered some damage. Inspect garden beds and any fencing or barriers designed to keep wildlife from getting into the garden. Before planting anew, fix any damage that Mother Nature or local wildlife might have caused over the past several months. • Clear debris. Garden beds and surrounding landscapes that survived winter without being damaged might still be littered with debris. Remove fallen leaves, branches and even litter that blew about on windy winter days before planting season. Make sure to discard any debris effectively so it does not find its way back into the garden. • Turn the greenhouse into a clean house. Spring cleaning is not just for the interior of a home. Cleaning a greenhouse in advance of spring can help gardeners evict any overwintering pests that can threaten plant life once spring gardening season arrives. A thorough cleaning, which should include cleaning the inside of greenhouse glass and washing flower pots and plant trays, also can prevent plant diseases from surviving into spring. • Check for pests. Speak with a local gardening professional to determine if there are any local pests to look out for and how to recognize and remove these pets from gardens. Pests may hibernate in the soil over the winter, and such unwelcome visitors can make it difficult for gardens to thrive come spring and summer. • Assess plant location. If plants, flowers or gardens have struggled in recent years or never grew especially vibrant, then gardeners may want to assess the location of their plant life before spring gardening season begins. Some plants may not be getting enough sunlight in certain locations on a property, while others might be overexposed to the sun during spring and summer. Moving plants that are not thriving prior to the start of spring gardening season may be just what gardens need to flourish in the coming weeks. Spring gardening season is right around the corner, so now is an ideal time to prepare gardens for the warmer seasons ahead.


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TIDBIT Is it time to update your home’s electrical system? The invisible systems in a home often are taken for granted. When such systems are working as expected, daily life moves along smoothly. However, when a system goes awry, it can negatively impact routines and may create a dangerous home environment. This is especially true when something goes wrong with a home’s electrical system. Faulty wiring is a leading cause of residential fires. Many homeowners, particularly those who live in older homes, might be living in properties that have outdated electrical systems. Home inspections may uncover electrical problems. Some homeowners may discover potential trouble while making renovations that require opening up walls or tearing them down, exposing the wires. When it comes time to update the electrical system, it is always best to work with licensed and bonded electricians who have the expertise to work with electrical wiring without getting injured. This is not a do-it-yourself type of job since it requires specialized training. Electricians likely will recommend upgrading the electrical panel to bring more power from the utility poles into the home. This can include replacing the existing meter and circuit breaker box to allow it to handle more power or replacing items that are obsolete or dangerous. Rewiring a home is another step. Wire insulation can deteriorate over time, and new wires may be needed. This can be messy and time-consuming, but it’s a small price to pay for safety. When rewiring an electrician also may suggest new outlets. Many home building codes now require outlets with ground fault interruptors, or GFIs, in kitchens, bathrooms and other rooms exposed to moisture. Some older homes may not even have three-pronged outlets, so this will necessitate an update as well. Electrical systems are the heart of a home, delivering power where it is needed. It is essential to keep such systems upto-date so they can handle the power demands of everyday life.


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ANTS Addressing spring ant problems The return of warm weather in the spring often marks the return of animals and insects as well. The spring season is a popular time for insects to mate and build nests. This also may be a time when homeowners see ant "swarms" in or around their homes. Ants and termites are social creatures, and when their colonies become too large, flying ants will spread out in search of new territories and to establish new queens. This mobility may also be coupled with an increasing number of ants marching on the ground and scaling walls. Although many species of ants are harmless, homeowners do not want to see ants inside their homes - especially in large numbers. The following strategies can help homeowners address ant infestations this spring.

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If you live here, you already know: Kimberley is a good place to be. We have the best of small-town living – friendly people, unique and safe neighbourhoods, a sense of community pride and connection to one another – coupled with exceptional amenities. Growing our community brings benefits – new businesses, fresh ideas, different perspectives – and as Kimberley grows, we want to make sure that we maintain our exceptional quality of life, local economy, and healthy environment. If you’re constructing a new building, making structural changes or even simple changes like installing a wood stove or adding a deck, you’ll need to obtain a Building Permit. The main purpose of a permit is to ensure your safety and the safety of the community and that all buildings comply with health, fire and zoning requirements set by the Province and the City of Kimberley. Visit our website for more information about construction in Kimberley along with our application forms and guides or contact our Building Inspector. The Building Inspector can help you navigate the application process and ensure that you’re aware of relevant construction requirements, zoning matters, BC Building Code questions and product inquiries. Send an email or call if you are unsure whether your project requires a permit. Energy Efficient Building Incentive Program Building a new home? The City of Kimberley has recently updated the incentive program for new home construction. All new homes constructed after January 1, 2017 are eligible to be refunded a percentage (2080%) of their Building Permit fees based on the energy performance of the building. New this year is a $500 deduction off the initial Building Permit fee to help offset the cost of preparing the Energy Assessment report. If you are building a new home in Kimberley, please visit our website or contact the Building Inspector to ask about our new program. A good place to be building. Kimberley.ca/Services/Planning-Development/BuildingPermits-Inspections Building.Inspector@Kimberley.ca or 250-427-9655

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SAFETY Five ways to increase home fire safety Most fires occur in residential buildings between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m., when occupants are most likely to be asleep. Your first line of defense is fire preparedness. Here’s five things you can do to increase your chance of survival in a fire: • Install smoke alarms on every story of your home and outside sleeping areas. Test them monthly, clean them every six months and replace batteries in spring and fall. • Have a fire escape plan for your family and practice it. • When renovating, consider using fire-rated, noncombustible products. Fire-resistant building materials can give you extra time to escape when seconds count. • Purchase a multi-use fire ladder for each bedroom in your home and practice using it. A fire ladder may be your only escape. • Place fire extinguishers on every level of your home, especially in high-risk areas like the kitchen, near fireplaces and in the garage. • Fire prevention measures are a serious matter in every home.

SECURITY y Residential & Commercial Security y Video Surveillance y Access Control y 24/7 Monitoring

TELEPHONE y Unified Communications y IP Telephones y Call Center Applications y Centralized Telecom Management

NETWORKING

y Fibre Optics y LAN & WAN y Structured Wiring • CAT 5e and CAT 6e Certified Having used JSL Forum for the past five years, we have experienced extremely prompt and reliable service since. - Dean U.

412 Cranbrook St. N, Cranbrook, BC 250-417-0042 jslforum.com


RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL BC Hydro Power Smart Approved Contractor. New, Used & Reconditioned Electrical Equipment Sales. • Service Upgrades • • Troubleshooting • • Lighting Upgrades • • Energy savings upgrades • • New Construction • • Renovations • • Service Calls•

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Special Features - Contractor's Guide  

i20170324101841500.pdf

Special Features - Contractor's Guide  

i20170324101841500.pdf