Not many people grow up dreaming that one day they are going to be a caulker.
It is not romantic. It can be dirty, uncomfortable work. Cold in the winter. Hot in the summer. Scary at times. Hanging around 300 feet in the air on a windy day is not everyone’s idea of a good time.
However, we at Beverly Caulking, take what we do very seriously. We have always believed caulking is a critical part of the industry, and as a result, being a Beverly Caulker is something of merit. Caulking to us, is not merely a trade. It is an art.
After close to 60 years, Beverly Caulking has grown from a small, regional Caulking Company to one of Canada’s most recognized Caulking Contractors.
We caulked the Penstocks at the Sir Adam Beck Generating Station in the Niagara Gorge, the Nuclear Power Plants in the Bruce Peninsula, Atikokan and Pickering.
We have caulked almost every Sewage Treatment Plan on the shores of Lakes Ontario and Erie. From The “Skydome” to commercial towers in Alberta and Nova Scotia, we have caulked the equivalent of a twenty storey building every 2.5 days.
We have caulked enough houses, townhouses and apartment buildings to house the entire City of Hamilton.
We can proudly say we have worked on every type of construction produced by man.
There is no question that our history, our determination and our experience has driven us to be the successful company we are today. We are constantly finding ways to improve our company while keeping our roots very close to us. It has been a great 59 years, and we can’t wait to see what the future holds for the next 50 years.