Fredericton Home & Real Estate Directory & Resources
This section provides information about home-related services including real estate agencies, renovators, furniture companies and lawn and garden maintenance contractors. We also give you valuable advice about where to buy a home and how to decorate it.
- Buying, Selling, and Renting a Home
- Furnishing & Decorating
- Lawn & Garden
- Building & Renovating (big things)
- Home Maintenance (little things)
- Other Goods & Services
- Home Neighbourhoods (Info & Maps)
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Home neighbourhood info, and local searches for realtors, movers, home builders is also on our sister site MovingInCanada.com. (This site does not have any of the other local information found on FoundLocally.com)
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Below the recent postings are our important Reference & Links for Fredericton business.
Fredericton Real Estate & Relocation Business Directory & Stories
Well stocked stores with helpful associates providing the best prices on goods for the whole family.
Prices you'll love on tablets & computers, Playstation, Xbox & Nintendo, TVs & audio, Samsung & iPhones, cables, batteries, & more, I want that. 550+ Locations in Canada
Our restoration services include cleanup for water damage, fire damage, storm damage, mould and more. All of our locations are equipped to provide 24-hour emergency response. You can count on us to be there when you need us.
Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. is an American chain of domestic merchandise retail stores selling goods, decor items, and appliances for the bedroom and bathroom, as well as kitchen and dining room.
Michaels Stores, Inc. is a North American arts and crafts retail chain, with more than 1200 stores.
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Located between Dundonald |and Beaverbrook and the Saint John River, east of the Fredericton Exhibition ("Frex") on Smyth Street.