Wild cedar The wild cedar often comes from swampy forest or lowland. These puny plants, weak and devoid of real mass of greenery, are sold in large quantity and stored for long periods of time, before being transported, waiting to find a taker. Often these can remain for weeks with the roots exposed to the air. Wild cedars being advantageous for small budgets, beware it is not uncommon to have to change the entire hedge following the purchase of a set of defective cedars stored for too long and neglect. Semi Cultivated Semi-cultivated cedars a pale version of cultivated cedars. The semi cultivated being of lower quality of its less dense foliage than the cultivated it is often characterized by its lack of maintenance (supplement, watering, attention of a professional, weeding) during its growth in the field simply said it is of a tree leave to poor growing conditions in an environment that is controllable. Grown in the field The grown in field cedar is a tree with full foliage and provided with a noble appearance the attention to detail testifies to the result a tree maintained, nourishes, inspects, a job well done in the field gives dice magical result. Grown in pots Cedar grown in pots essentially yields flawless results equally with a difference. Constrained for several years the roots swirl in the shape of the pot, in other words, this tree which was once confined to its pot will never have a root system as complete and deployed as a bare-root cedar, which will take back its root system from random as nature does so well. Even after several years the cedar will not have the same solidity in the bad weather, strong winds, etc. Present throughout Quebec, the RBQ's mandate is to ensure the quality of construction work and the safety of people in the subject areas. As such, the RBQ is responsible for developing and updating the regulations related to the construction code and the security code and for monitoring their application. The RBQ also establishes professional qualification rules in the construction industry and is the one that issues licences to contractors. Also ensuring that each year the maintenance conditions are respected by its holders, the RBQ protects consumers by offering them financial guarantees. The construction industry is a major sector of activity in Quebec. The Régie du bâtiment du Québec is making a lot of effort with the general public to publicize the many advantages associated with using the services of a contractor in good standing. As licence holders it is our duty to take all necessary measures to offer quality products and services while ensuring the security of the premises. 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Posting rules must be respected Keep your file up to date: The building law obliges us to notify the RBQ as soon as changes are made within our company, for example; change of address, company name, addition or removal of a company name, abandonment of subcategories of licence, departures or death of a sponsor, etc. The RBQ can suspend or cancel a licence when an entrepreneur, company directors, shareholders or lender no longer meet one of the conditions for maintaining the licence. These conditions include carrying out its activities with competence and probity in such a way as to deserve the confidence of the public. The RBQ can also limit a licence thus prohibiting an entrepreneur from bidding or concluding a public contract if he, these officers or these shareholders have been convicted of certain criminal acts or tax offences.5 steps to make the right decision. Take note of places, for example; the terrain, the number of windows overlooking the privatized area. Select the location where the hedge will be installed and the setbacks from the lot line. A good method is to rely on the certificate of location. It is also very effective to consult these neighbours about the installation of your cedars, usually they are very cooperative. Establish the distance to cover (length of the cedar hedge) consequently you will obtain a measurement either in linear meter or in linear foot which will establish the number of cedars necessary for your installation project. Note that not all cedars cover the same way, to be continued ... Establish the type of soil in the area to be worked, Clayey / sandy / rocky. Then take note that cedars require a specific pH so it is very important to assess the pH of it. Then visualize well what type of cedar hedge you would like to suddenly reach maturity and the expected time to get your private, from this reflection will result the height of the cedar to install. After following these first steps, you can get your hands dirty or turn to a qualified contractor to help you.