Niagara Falls is located in the Southern Ontario region and is shared with our south of the border friends in the U.S.A.
The city itself is very heavily dominated with the entertainment and tourist attractions in the downtown core with such attractions as: Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino, the Greg Frewin Theatre, a multitude of world renowned restaurants, and the ever famous Clifton Hill attractions. The Niagara Falls Clifton Hills attractions include museums ( both wax and real ), haunted houses, the Ferris Wheel, Indoor waterparks and so much more.
Another very popular attraction is the Maid of the Mist which began it's first journey on 1846 and has been running consecutively each and every day since then.
Fun facts about Niagara Falls, there are over 5.5 billions of gallons of water per hour that flow over the falls, of which roughly half of that is diverted for power usage by both Canada and the United States. The average depth of the water is 170 feet deep, very chilly to say the least!
Niagara Falls is technically made up of three different waterfalls: the Horseshoe Falls, The Bridal Veil Falls, and the American Falls all three of which overlap the Canada and U.S.A. border.
The people of Niagara Falls provide a population total of 88,071 ( as of 2016 census ) with the majority of the population of the actual city and surrounding areas relying heavily on tourism dollars for employment purposes.
Niagara has become famous for the local VQA wines which encompasses the entire Niagara Region: Niagara-on-the-Lake wineries, Beamsville, Grimsby, Jordan Station and so forth. If you are not a wine aficionado do not stress – in recent years Niagara's Craft Brewery has been making its mark on the ever changing landscape and finding its footing very strong with not only the tourism aspect but also the local community people.
Within the Niagara region you will find a variety of different communities; some more cityscapes – like that of Niagara Falls itself while others will present you with a small town feel of Niagara-on-the-Lake or Jordan Station.
The communities and people of the Niagara Region are a resilient bunch that have entrepreneurial spirit like no other, they are hardworking individuals that are changing habits and needs in order to meet society's demands. To say that there is much history within this area would be an understatement as there are multiple families that are proud to say their heritage dates back for hundreds of generations.
With the multiple falls being an ever present part of life, the moisture and humidity levels that are present throughout the entire Niagara Regions are that like no other making Cork Spray a perfect fit for both interior and exterior applications.
Cork Spray is an innovative, eco-friendly construction material that is formulated with water-based resins and cork. Cork spray has excellent features of thermal insulation not to be confused with R value insulation but rather U value. Cork spray provides top notch benefits for sound absorption, breath-ability, water repellent and elasticity. It can also be used as a colored finish for facades and thermal plaster.
It has excellent adhesion capabilities to any kind of substrate and for this reason it can be used in many situations such as wood, metal, plasters, synthetic materials, cement types of substrates both inside and out. Cork spray contributes to the thermal and acoustic insulation of the walls to which it is applied, while protecting the structure from the absorption of wind driven rain.