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National Duct Leamington

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National Duct Leamington

270 Sherk St, Leamington, ON ,N8H 3L1
Leamington Ontario N8H 3L1


Business Description

As Canada's largest professional duct cleaner, National Duct operates the most advanced fleet of vacuum vehicles. With our proprietary INGRA Vacuum Technology(r), we serve a diverse clientele, including residential, commercial, and industrial sectors such as food processing, senior housing, and automotive manufacturing. Integrity and transparency define our duct cleaning services. We strive to provide complete customer satisfaction in every community that we serve at competitive rates. We value our loyal repeat clients and the many referrals from word-of mouth we receive every day. Word of mouth is invaluable, earned solely through exceptional service.

Business Hours

Monday7:30 am - 7:00 pm
Tuesday7:30 am - 7:00 pm
Wednesday7:30 am - 7:00 pm
Thursday7:30 am - 7:00 pm
Friday7:30 am - 7:00 pm
Saturday8:00 am - 6:00 pm

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About Leamington

Leamington ( LEEM-ing-tən) is a municipality in Essex County, Ontario, Canada. With a population of 29,680 in the Canada 2021 Census, it forms the second largest urban centre in Windsor-Essex County after Windsor, Ontario. It includes Point Pelee National Park, the southernmost point of mainland Canada. Known since the 20th century as the "Tomato Capital of Canada", it is the location of a tomato processing factory owned by Highbury-Canco; founded in 1908, the plant was owned until 2014 by the H. J. Heinz Company. Due to its location in the southernmost part of Canada, Leamington uses the motto "Sun Parlour of Canada". == Communities == Besides the town of Leamington itself, the municipality of Leamington comprises a number of villages and hamlets, including Albuna, Blytheswood, Cherry Lane Estates, Elmdale, Goldsmith, Marentette Beach, Mount Carmel, Oakland, Seacliffe, Wigle, Windfall, Chalmers, Erie Curve, Hillman, Point Pelee and Sturgeon Woods. == History == Leamington was incorporated as a village in 1874, but by 1869, the European-Canadian settlement already had a population of 350. The community was named after Royal Leamington Spa in England, after having originally been called "Gainesville" or "Gainesborough" for local mill owner William Gaines, and before that, Wilkinson Corners. It has had a post office since June 1854.It was a crossroads hamlet with about 300 residents and was first known for its lumber products rather than tomatoes. There was extensive lumbering in western Ontario, as across the river in Michigan and also upper Michigan.

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