A popular and successful Chemanus business will be eliminated by the end of October.
Sandpiper Gardens & Glass Inc. The retail garden section will then be removed from the property. The operating room, however, will continue to provide extensive services.
Laurel Street’s business will be excellent, not because of a shortage of customers. His desire to reduce his wife, Cornell Borge, is greater than what he has been talking about for some time.
“We do a lot of work, but now it’s time for a young man to pick up the torch and we don’t want to sell our property,” he said.
“And for the better balance in life. By the end of October, we were selling groceries in the grocery store. ”
Husband Scott continues to control the glass room.
Gwenel added that there will be a great fall. There will be winter panties, moms, spring flower bulbs and much more.
“A lot of things” that Guneel enjoyed.
But Sandpiper fans don’t have to worry about being cut off completely. Guneel and daughter Mica Kaseki have some plans for the fall and 2022 on the site to fill the vacancy.
“The landscape of the Sandpiper will never fade,” said Gnell. “It plans to change the style and offers garden workshops, custom orders and occasional pop-up sales. We encourage you to keep following Facebook and Instagram for gardening tips and upcoming events.
The harvest workshop includes light bulbs and lasagna plants.
“We are focusing more on education and sustainability,” says Micah. I still offer garden advice and landscaping.
“We still take custom orders for seasonal gardeners and hanging baskets,” Gnell added.
Above all, it is a family affair, and serving their clients is always a priority.
“I love the industry,” he admitted. “I want the spring from the industry, the rebirth of that.”
The past year and a half with Kovid made her think in another way that it was time to make a difference.
“We have people who want to buy the business and we don’t want to sell the property,” she emphasized.
“There is a hut that needs to be filled,” Micah said, as he removed it from the garden store in Chemanus.
“We will be completely open to sharing with suppliers,” Gunel said.
He added: “This whole area is being redeveloped in our garden and this is where we are doing our workshops.”
“At the end of October, we will put everything else in the backyard,” said Gunel.
The Borges first bought the property in 2003 and started a garden shop and a glass enterprise about a year later.
“Chemanus is busy now,” said Guneel. There is definitely a hut for something here. I really want to thank our staff. They are truly amazing. ”
“They work very hard and are always brave,” said Ingrid Vieira and Angela Bajich.
Through the mirror, it will be a normal business for Scott Borge and his father-in-law Damen Kassie.
“He’s very busy,” said Scott. It has stabilized over the years. ”
“The glass is really just a key,” Guneel added. You can close it and spend the weekend.
Customers notice only minor changes to glass services.
“We’re going to have different entrances,” said Guneel. We focus on the front entrance and the rear entrance.
“There is a great chance of a big bay,” Damen added.
Sandpiper glass services are extensive.
“Obviously we do car window and rock chip repairs,” said Scott. Both ICBC and private.
The services include screen doors, fire glass, mirrors, replacement glass, bathroom fixtures, picture frame mirrors, desk desks – they do the whole deal – you name it.
Things are going to be a little different, but the bourgeoisie and the compensators are happy with the decision and what to expect in the future.
“We have a really good run, we have time for change,” Guneel said.