Owner of Lynden Construction

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by Erik Kuijvenhoven, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. Erik Kuijvenhoven

    Erik Kuijvenhoven LawnSite Member
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    I am part owner of Lynden Lawn Care / Lynden Construction
    Jeff and I own the Lynden company's, we serve the greater
    Halton Area.

    Summer: we do Property Maint.. / Landscaping construction
    Winter: Wine cellars / Bamboo flooring / Custom kitchen, bathroom's
     
  2. ALLPro Landscaping

    ALLPro Landscaping LawnSite Senior Member
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    OK do you have a question
     
  3. ALLPro Landscaping

    ALLPro Landscaping LawnSite Senior Member
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    Oh welcome aboard. OOPS sorry
     
  4. DLAWNS

    DLAWNS LawnSite Fanatic
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    Welcome to the site and good luck in '09.
     
  5. Granite King

    Granite King LawnSite Member
    Posts: 44

    Hi,

    I am 1 of 3 brothers of Old New England Granite/Reed Corp. Our family business started back in the mid 60's as a landscape co and then after many years of maintenance and landscape design projects we decided to change gears and focus our business into antique granite hardscape material and other products; ie granite bridge block, slope curbing, cobblestones, antique brick paving block, and antique slate. We are antique/historical granite reclaimers. We are installers too but because of the abundance of these products we are now wholesalers of these magnificent products. We build retaining walls with the granite block and build driveways and walk ways with the cobblestones and brick pavers. We are currently reclaiming 100 year old cobblestones from the alley ways and streets around an old New England Mill. We are reclaiming 100 year old granite block from 3 Boston Bridges. Some of the block is so unqiue that you can use these pieces as sitting stones. We are also reclaiming brick pavers from a 100 year old brewery. What cobblestones were for the New England streets brick pavers were used in the Midwest streets in the early 1900's. This particular brewery was build with the brick paving block. The red hues of this brick is magnificent.
    In this day and age people are in tune with "going green" and using recycled products. These products although not for everyone has a place for hardscape projects. Would anyone like to see any pictures?

    Thank you for letting me share my business with you.

    Graniteman
     
  6. Erik Kuijvenhoven

    Erik Kuijvenhoven LawnSite Member
    Posts: 9

    ///Incredeble landscaping

    Thanks guys :) Hope to learn some cool stuff i'm very new to forums myself so hopefully ill learn how to navigate effeciantly soon :)
     
  7. Erik Kuijvenhoven

    Erik Kuijvenhoven LawnSite Member
    Posts: 9

    Forgot snow plowing lol I guess its been that long, I havent been out in a month..... :hammerhead:
     

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