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Servicemen/Handymen

All of our skilled Servicemen & Handymen can perform the following services for you:

  • Installing drywall, drywall repair and mudding
  • Dapping trim, casings and baseboards, silicone sinks, tubs and showers
  • Doors and cabinets repairs and adjustments
  • Door and window installations
  • Repair tiles, marble thresholds and all other flooring
  • Repair lights, switches, exhaust fans etc.
  • General plumbing, such as toilets, sinks and showers
  • Install patio door screens, window screens, and heat registers
  • Caulk outside hose bibs, repair mortar, cement garage frames and siding
  • Gas proofing in garages
  • Insulation and vapour barrier installation in basements along cold walls
  • Fix and repair squeaky floors
  • Interior and exterior painting
  • Framing walls
  • Conciliation's, PDI's, 30-day, Year-end, 2nd Year warranty issues and repairs.
  • And much, much moreā€¦

All of our Servicemen are skilled and experienced professionals are highly customer service oriented, neat in appearance, polite, courteous and will represent your company to the homeowner in a professional, efficient and courteous manner.

All of our Service and Handymen are current and carry up to-date Fall Arrest Certification and WHIMIS training. They all have the tools and safety equipment to get the job done professionally. We here at CARDAN take pride in our labour force and take all steps necessary to prevent sites from getting shut down due to safety concerns or safety conformity.


Contact us to discuss your next project and PDI services we provide.



CARDAN Now Offers Certified Training for Working at Heights

According to Workplace Safety and Insurance Board statistics roughly one in six employees lose time every year from injuries caused from falls. Falls in the workplace are also the leading cause of fatal accidents in the Ontario construction industry.

Under Ontario's Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) employers must take every reasonable precaution to protect workers from hazards. All employees working at elevations above 3 meters (10 feet) are required to be trained in fall protection safety including, but not limited to the following industries:

  • Construction
  • Manufacturing
  • Oil and Gas
  • Painters
  • Commercial Window Washers
  • Electrical Workers
  • Forestry
  • Cities and Townships

Employers are responsible for providing information and instruction, and ensuring that workers properly use the required equipment by the Ministry of Labour deadline of Oct. 1, 2017. Otherwise, employers, supervisors and workers can be prosecuted for not complying with the law.

The fines associated with not complying with the law are steep. Also, according to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, the average cost of an injury claim is nearly $12,000. When you factor in other costs to your business such as equipment damage and lost productivity, the costs increase substantially. The cost of losing an employee to death is immeasurable.

CARDAN Contracting now offers a Certified Working at Heights Training Program that has been developed in accordance with federal and provincial legislations to help decrease hazards related to working from heights Our course provides workers with the basic fall prevention information they require to work safely in areas where they may be exposed to fall hazards. Participants receive the most up-to-date information with classroom and hands-on instruction from industry experts and trained adult educators who are experienced in working at heights.

By completing this course and receiving on-site training, an employee is exercising his or her own due diligence in compliance with Occupational Health and Safety Regulations.

Our comprehensive Working at Heights Training Program course focuses on the following:

  • Common fall hazards
  • The daily needs of the end user (the employee) for safe work practices in regards to fall protection
  • The different types of fall protection, what personal protective equipment to use, emergency procedures and how to calculate fall clearances
  • Working with ladders, scaffolds, elevating work platforms, and suspended access equipment
  • Related laws and regulations

After completion of our Working at Heights Training Program participants will be issued a certificate of completion and will have a solid understanding of the following:

  • Different types of fall protection
  • How to spot fall hazards and protect against them
  • Types of equipment used in fall protection
  • How to maintain your gear and CSA Standards

Call Us to Register For a Training Course Today
So You Are Not Left Liable In The Future.