WSIB Day of Mourning How it Started Canadian Labour Congress established April 28th as the National Day of Mourning for workers in 1984. It was created to commemorate and honor workers who have died or been injured in the workplace or whom have suffered an illness caused by the workplace. It is now recognized in […]
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Flood, fire, smoke, mold, theft or catastrophe damage. We do it all! Our Calgary location is equipped to respond to any restoration service you may need.
The reality of a sick child is unimaginable, but Smilezone aims to make the process a little easier for everyone “one smile at a time.”
Bachly Construction is a official Sponsor of the Toronto Rock Lacrosse Club. Last year we built their brand new, state-of-the-art training facility in Oakville and host an annual “Bachly Night” at the Air Canada Centre.
Drones are improving the construction industry from all angles – residential construction, commercial construction, and property restoration services.
It’s Women in Construction Week. This week promotes the advancement and success of women in construction. Construction is a viable career for women and many companies are headed by successful female leaders.
CHBA Announcement CHBA Announcement, CHECK IT OUT 5th Consecutive Year Bachly Construction is extremely honoured to have been selected for the 5th straight year for the 2014 Canadian Home Builders’ Association’s SAM Award for Custom Home of the Year over 4,000 square feet. Bachly won the award back in 2009 and looks for its second […]
The roof above your head – arguably our most important human possession, and yet how many of us know about proper construction and upkeep? More homeowners are opting for modern architecture characterized by strong horizontal lines, large, expansive windows, and flat roofs. While visually striking, some homeowners have doubts about the flat roof’s ability to […]
Several reports indicate an increase in natural catastrophes in Ontario and consequential property damage. It has also been noted that weather reporting is on the rise in Canadian news. Canadian Underwriter reports that newscasts’ “time spent on weather and natural disaster stories […] has more than quadrupled since the early 1990s.” Some critics argue that weather spends too much time in the […]