We are members of the BBB. NSCSA .
Our staff is equipped and trained for use of up to date equipment that follows Occupational Health and Safety Association (OHSA) guidelines. Our safety curriculum is designed to educate our employees to implement OHSA and CSA Standards at all times. Our employees take part in safety meetings where our staff discusses different safety topics. Our employees are refreshed frequently by courses sponsored by the Nova Scotia Construction Safety Association (NSCSA). To achieve our safety objective, it is essential that our employees be continually trained and motivated to assume responsibility for their own safety, the safety of their co - workers and the prevention of loss to property. Clearview. aggressively works to keep on top of changes and updates to safety regulations, sending staff, managers and supervisors to safety training seminars all over the country. We appreciate, as do our customers, the peace of mind that comes from well-trained employees who know how to do their job safely. Each vehicle is issued with a well-stocked FIRST AID kit, an ABC Fire Extinguisher and employees are given material safety data sheets (MSDS) and our staff is WHIMIS trained.
Just a few comments that we have collected over the years from various customers of Clearview around town. "We have been using Clearviews services for our commercial buildings for over 10 years".
I have had others in the past do the caulking for my condo developments and have always run into problems.
Now with Clearviews quality of workmanship, I wouldn't trust anyone else to do the job right.
"We would never consider working with anyone else".
"Thank you for being on time and efficient, I was so impressed that I have referred them to my neighbors
and now i see them doing jobs all around the neighborhood".
I contracted Clearview to prepare my Mothers home for the winter. Gutter cleaning, window cleaning, power washing
and odd repairs like caulking touch ups on the windows. My Mother was elated and the home was as ready as it had ever been for the cold Nova Scotian winter.
I compared estimates from Clearview and another local company. This was for my own home and my rental property.
The prices were in the same ball park so I went with the company that was a few dollars cheaper on my home. After looking close at the work, I asked Clearview to come and take a look. They felt that they had to re-touch some of the work and then
did my 8 unit rental property. I would never question paying an extra $50.00 ever again.