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Kentville is the hub city for the fertile Annapolis Valley, the prime agricultural production area of Nova Scotia with such staples as fruit, livestock and grain. Although it has a population of barely 6,000 people Kentville serves a huge area of almost 26,000 people in King's County and it is home to building supply companies and new home building contractors. The Kingstec campus of the Nova Scotia Community College is situated in Kentville and provides pre-apprenticeship courses for the building trades.
Besides food processing and other agricultural spin-offs Kentville is the service centre for the area. In addition, nearby Canadian Forces Base Aldershot serves as an army training facility and is a steady customer for new home building and home renovations.
Tourism is another economy stimulator in Kentville as thousands of people are drawn to the Annapolis Valley every year.
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living room addition room size 17 by 16 siding, roof , gutters, etc... footing and slab instead of full basement due to high water table already have living room window will want 2 more smaller windowsBudget: Uncertain
Have a chimney with 2 flus and need rain caps installed ASAP. I can get 2 universal caps for about 100$ or perhaps a double cap would be better. Either way, it needs to be done and I can't do it myselfBudget: Uncertain
we are looking at a fixeruper house to buy and the first thing that has to be done to move in is the roof we have never had to do a roof and have no idear what kind of price were looking atBudget: Uncertain