Tecumseh Holding Property Protection Open House
The Town of Tecumseh is hosting a property protection open house where the town will bringtogether a number of local suppliers, contractors and service providers aimed at helping residents understand how to protect their homes from weather events and pests.
At the Open House, representatives from local basement waterproofing and plumbing contractors/suppliers, as well as Tecumseh Home Hardware will be available to provide information on how residents can protect their property. Members of the Public Works & Environmental Services Department will also be in attendance to answer questions about the Town’s response to flooding.
Local pest control service providers will also be available to provide advice on how to deter rodents and other wildlife. Representatives from the Building Department will be in attendance to respond to questions and provide advice on the Property Standards By-law, as well as how to report a property standards concern.
“We have had a number of questions over the years on how homeowners can protect their properties from flooding, rats and neighbourhood concerns,” said Gary McNamara, Mayor of Tecumseh. “While the Town has invested millions on flood prevention and implemented various by-laws to reduce the impact of urban wildlife, we are limited in what we can do on private property. By holding this Open House, we can bring local business experts to our residents to learn how to protect their properties.”
It takes place on Wednesday, April 24th, 2019 from 6pm to 8pm at l’Essor Secondary School.