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ResCom Designs – Custom Motorized Blinds and Window Coverings

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ResCom Designs – Custom Motorized Blinds and Window Coverings

71 Marycroft Ave #23
Woodbridge Ontario L4L 5Y6
Canada

416-895-3547

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ResCom Designs stands as Toronto's beacon for "blinds Toronto". Our motorized window blinds and automatic window blinds will take you to a new level of sophistication. Our offerings are a blend between innovation and style, and are designed for both residential and business spaces. We are committed to elevating each space we touch. We proudly serve Toronto, GTA and surrounding areas including Brampton, Burlington Hamilton, Milton Mississauga Muskoka Richmond Hill. Visit us at 71 Marycroft Ave #23, Woodbridge, ON L4L 5Y6, Canada. Need advice or a quote? Contact us at +1 416-895 3547. With ResCom Designs, every window tells a story of luxury and precision. Let us redefine your space with a touch finesse.

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Monday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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About Woodbridge

Woodbridge is a large suburban community in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada, along the city's border with Toronto. It occupies the city's entire southwest quadrant, west of Highway 400, east of Highway 50, north of Steeles Avenue, and generally south of Major Mackenzie Drive. It was once an independent town before being amalgamated with nearby communities to form the city in 1971. Its traditional downtown core is the Woodbridge Avenue stretch between Islington Avenue and Kipling Avenue north of Highway 7. == History == The community had its origins with the British Crown granting the west half of lots six and seven, concession 7 of Vaughan Township to Jacob Philips and Hugh Cameron in 1802. Woodbridge had its beginnings in what is today Pine Grove. During the early half the 19th century, a school was built on Vaughan's eighth concession; and a flour mill and store flourished. A scattering of houses arose around Smith's mill (later Hayhoe Mills), Smith's mill later became known as Smithsville, and then Pine Grove. Another nearby settlement to the south, known as Brownsville, came into being around a mill run by John Brown on the Humber River on what is today Wallace Street in the original Woodbridge village. Woodbridge itself, however, did not begin to take the form of a settlement or village until the arrival of Rowland Burr in 1837.The settlement was later named Burwick after its founder, but was changed again to Woodbridge in 1855 because there was already a settlement named Burwick in the province.

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