Darren grew up on the North Shore of PEI and really appreciated the small town experience. After finishing high school, he started North Shore Eavestroughing and it grew to be the most recognized eavestrough business in the province. Darren and his wife, Angela, couldn’t resist the challenge to try their business in the big city, so they moved to Toronto where they have done quite well. Darren has always wanted their company to provide high quality work and customer satisfaction. In his free time, he enjoys running, organic vegetable gardening and time with Angela and their son. Now North Shore Eavestroughing is available in Toronto as well as Prince Edward Island. Darren and Angela also own and run Seawinds Cottages in P.E.I. It is a lovely vacation place that also thrives on great customer satisfaction. It’s worth a peek if you are planning an east coast vacation. www.seawindsresort.com
Laura grew up on the South Shore, near Montreal and has spent most of her life in Toronto. Along with many years experience as an office manager, she has been property manager for a church and then a large banquet hall. She has worked at North Shore for over three years and wears two different hats. She is the office manager and an estimator. She uses her renovation skills and her desire to always be learning to become familiar with all aspects of eavestrough/leafguard/soffit & fascia installation.In her spare time, Laura sings with several choirs including the Amadeus Choir of Toronto. “I love the variety of work I do including the chance to drive around the city, meet our customers and help them with their eavestrough issues.”
Erick has found growing up in Toronto to be an awesome experience. As a child, he enjoyed doing art, drawing, painting, sculpting and playing with friends and family. As he got older, his art took a turn towards a more professional look; still just a hobby but also a passion. He has always had a knack for using tools, and doing construction; very creative and loves to think outside the box. This applies to everyday life. He also loves classic cars and his own 1962 Chevy. He enjoys working on it and taking it for rides in the summer. A huge inspiration for his art is dogs. He is looking forward to doing some nice art pieces in the near future. Erick says, "Doing eavestrough installations was a new learning experience but I am loving it!"