BLACKBERRY : Keeping in touch with your clients!
With Chris Luxemburger

  • The Basics
  • Features
  • Email Features & How to Use Them
  • scheduling and using the Calender
  • Everything you need to know about the contact manager
  • advanced phone operations
  • Media
  • Using the internet and stratus on my Blackberry


Course will take place at the Board Office
on April 3rd 2012 from 9:30am – 1:30pm

JAGG Enterprizes – One of BREB’s GOLD Sponsors.

JAGG Enterprizes offers a wide variety of solutions for a leaky basement..  Here is one way they can help..

Interior injections
(Cracks, snap tie, beam pockets, window leaks and honeycomb)

In most cases cracks are not a cause for concern from a structural point of view, but more of a leak concern.

Most interior water sealing can be done with an injection system.  The technician sent out to do your repair will go through a series of steps before injecting an expanding poly urethane resin into the crack.  The urethane is injected into the centre of the crack at a rate of pressure up to 3000 psi, until the material is seen coming out on the other side of the foundation wall.   During its reacting stage the urethane will expand up to 10 times its’ size in volume and fill the void in the concrete, from the bottom to the top and from the centre to both sides of the foundation wall.

Leaks through cracks, snap ties,and beam pockets all follow the same procedure.  Leaks around windows may also be due to gaps around the window that may require the window to be replaced or   may also be due to poor caulking.  Thorough assessment of the window will identify the problem, in order to have a proper repair completed and the leak stopped.

Urethane is an expanding material that once cured will absorb any foundation movement and give the wall a permanent seal that will not allow any further water to come through.  The poly urethane resin was developed for repairs in electric dams, subway tunnels, parking garages and man holes and has a life span of 500 years when not in contact with the sun.  It does not shrink, crack or dry, but remains more of a rubber/sponge like material.  It is non toxic and odorless.

To visit their website to learn more CLICK HERE

Teranet will be shutting down on March 3rd to March 4th

Teranet thrives to provide you with the best services and understand how valuable our web served solution is for you. To serve you better we will perform system maintenance on the GeoWarehouse ® online service on:


Saturday March 3rd, 8:00 pm to Sunday March 4th, 2:00 am


Therefore, the service will not be available during this period . We apologize for any inconvenience this situation may cause and appreciate your understanding.


If you have any further questions, please call 416.360.7542 or 1.866.237.5937 or email us at