Custom Storage Closets & Cabinets Stouffville
The “country close to the city” motto fits the little town of Stouffville. The town is 14 kilometre north of Toronto and has a backdrop to the Oak Ridges Moraine. Stouffville is broken up into 16 urban neighbourhoods and countrysides. The small town had a population of 36,500 people in 2011 and is only 206.74 kilometres squared. If your home, like Stouffville, is small but has a lot of life, then Lancaster Customs can help design custom closets and storage cabinets to make use of your small space so that none of it is wasted.
Stouffville has a range of attractions, from nature parks and outdoors activities to more cultural and commercial attractions. Bruce’s Mills Conservation Area has over 92 hectares of conservation land, where you can have a picnic, go swimming, hiking or even cross-country skiing. Bruce’s Mills also has an annual Spring Maple Syrup Run. Stouffville hosts the Whitchurch-Stouffville Strawberry Festival every year during late June or early July. The festival has a triathlon, slo-pitch tournament and barbeques.
The Strawberry Festival started in 1984 and now brings in at least 25,000 people each year. Whether you are volunteering to help set up the festivals or just attending, there is a lot of work and sometimes there is a lot that needs to be stored, such as signs, wagons, picnic baskets and even rolls of tickets. The designers at Lancaster Customs can work with you to design the perfect walk-in closet or cabinets to fit all of your 50/50 draw tickets, signs and anything else you would need to get ready for the festival.
Stouffville also has the York Durham Heritage Railway running through it. The non-profit organization keeps the history of the rail alive. They have locomotives from the 1950s, including passenger coaches from right after World War I. The rail line the York Durham Heritage Railway uses is from the 1860s. If watching the train run by doesn’t give you enough of a thrill there is also has the Richmond Hill Live Steamers. The Richmond Hill Live Steamers is another non-profit club that dedicates its time to building and operating miniature steam and diesel locomotives. Tracks, engines, conductor hats and whistles all take up space. The unique sizes of the tools and equipment can be accommodated by Lancaster Customs with custom cabinets and closets made specifically for your locomotives.
Stouffville is also home to Treetop Trekking in Stouffville Park. At Treetop Trekking you can zip line and take an aerial tour of Stouffville. There are also stand-alone zip line rides, such as the Monarch line, where you go on a 700-foot zip line over a butterfly garden. You can also take a night trek at the Stouffville Park where for three hours you can explore the forest under the stars.
Like your home, even though Stouffville is small, it is packed full of adventure and things to do. Lancaster Customs can help you take the small space you have and give it big possibilities with their diverse and unique cabinets and storage systems.Back