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As of October 1st, 2018, stoves and solid fuel stoves (such as wood, pellets, ecological logs and charcoal) must be replaced if they emit more than 2.5 g / h of fine particles into the atmosphere. After that date, the use of solid fuel burning equipment will become prohibited unless it has been recognized by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) stating that its particulate matter emissions are within the standards.
As a resident, you could be fined up to $ 2,000. Companies could receive a fine up to $ 5,000 for using a non-compliant device.
All the owners of the 19 boroughs of Montreal city with a fireplace or solid fuel stoves (such as wood, pellets, ecological logs and charcoal) that emit more than 2.5 g / h of fine particles into the atmosphere.
NB: If you have a gas or propane fireplace, you are lucky! You have no changes to make and you can continue to use your device, because this new regulation does not concern you.
Really trustworthy contractor who followed up promptly with advice and information regarding window replacement. Price was very reasonable and installation professional and quick. Highly recommend!
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We could not be more happy with our kitchen or the contractor! They did a fabulous job, were great communicators, have excellent vendors and were really nice people who we really enjoyed working with.
They were respectful of our budget, our time and we would recommend them to anyone.
Find more details on the regulations via the website of the city of Montreal.
Don’t wait until the last moment! Contractors may not be available around October 1st, 2018. Ask for quotes today!
Extending old bathroom from 40 sq feet to 130 sq feet. in basement apartment.we have all the new furnishing, lights, toilet and vanity. We need the shell to be built plus plumed and wired.
This job is only open to contractors who possess a current City of Toronto license. This is for a house built in 1948 measuring 40' by 22'. An outline of services is as follows:
Part A – General Upgrades:
2) Remove/Replace Dismantled Brick Facing near front stairs of the house – remove/replace where required, to try to match existing facing
3) Repair a routine Water Leak – for the inside tap beside basement window that controls water flow to outdoor hose
4) Paint ceilings only in 5 rooms
Part B - “Accessibility Upgrades” Required at 49 Lunness Road:
1) Install new flooring in kitchen and bathroom, and reinforce structures as may be required
2) Eliminate trip hazards inside the house by leveling raised floorboards in 2 upstairs areas
3) Eliminate potential trip hazard at the side entrance to the house
4) Front Steps – reinforce railing which currently shakes when held; make repairs to concrete steps
I currently have an older 5/4 x 4" tongue and groove pine front balcony on the lower half of a duplex. The balcony is approx. 3' high and is 6' x 20' with two 4' sets of stairs (3 steps) and aluminum skirting.
I would like to have the decking and stairs replaced (wood or composite). Some of the supporting framework boards are in poor condition and would have to be replaced and some post work would also have to be done.