BigRedWorks is a full service cottage maintenance company servicing the Georgian Bay area. We provide a wide array of services to cottagers in Honey Harbour, Cognashene, Minicog, and Go Home Bay. This is our 9th year in operation and we are growing rapidly to meet the needs of all cottages - no matter how big or small. We hope you enjoy your visit to our website and look forward to seeing you on the water this summer.
BigRed is having it's busiest year to date! We are continuously adding new services to make your cottage living easier so don't forgot to give us a call for your next project!
We also sell, install and deliver Recyecled plastic muskoka chairs and Fiberglass flagpoles. Be sure to check them out as they are all completely maintenance free.
If you would like to place an order visit the contact page and send us an email!
Muskoka chairs & Tables - http://www.crpproducts.com/index1.html
Muskoka chairs & Deck boxes - http://www.elementsquare.com/products
With the weather turning and storms like Hurricane Sandy wreaking havoc we thought it would be a good time to introduce our newest service:
The BigRed Winter Patrol - keeping an eye on your cottage while you're not around
With the recent purchase of a scoot we will be checking on cottages and providing detailed reports and photo's all winter long. The Winter Patrol will include:
The Adirondack Chair most commonly referred to as the Muskoka Chair, has become a well-known symbol of cottage country. The chair pioneered by Thomas Lee back in 1903, received a patent in 1905. During the early years of production the chair consisted of hemlock or basswood and was only available in brown or green. The Muskoka Chair has to grown to encompass numerous colours and varying mediums. BigRedWorks Inc now offers Muskoka chairs made of 100% recycled plastic in 15 gorgeous colours!
Every wonder why we are called Big RED Works and not Big Blue or Big Green?
The May 24th long weekend isn’t all about consuming a 2-4 of beer, but is in fact a celebration of Queen Victoria’s birthday. Victoria Day became a popular holiday in Ontario in 1845 and a national holiday in 1901. In the 1900s it was referred to as the Empire Day followed by Common Wealth Day, but is now known as Victoria Day or May long weekend. This weekend marks the beginning of the summer season with travel as a common theme. As the roads are packed we are all hoping the sun is shining at our home away from home – Honey Harbour and the surrounding areas.
On May 6th Scott Metherell, owner of BigRedWorks Inc., presented his experience being a student entrepreneur at the 2009 ACE National Student Entrepreneurship Competition In Toronto. He presented, along with the five other student entrepreneurs selected from across the country, to a panel of judges at the Metro Toronto convention center. After watching all six presentations the Judges named Scott the 2009 National Student Entrepreneur Runner-up.