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Oakland glass article in H.E.S magazine

"Fans aren’t something we buy every day and I’m not that conversant with the fan market so I didn’t really know Halifax Fan” said Jim "Their service was exceptional. They were here on site within hours of my phone call,

discussed the application, measured up what was left of the old fan and provided a competitive quotation.”

 

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