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We are open Monday-Friday 9am-6pm & Saturdays 9am-4pm, by phone @ (416)458-6427. Use our "Contact Form" at other times. Serving your special jigsaw puzzle and custom framing needs since 2013. Located in north Ajax, servicing the Durham and surrounding regions.



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Yes... It's February and it's cold outside....

Posted on February 8, 2018 at 6:00 AM Comments comments (58)

You know, winter has a funny was of cocooning people. And if you are going to be all nestled up inside your home why not spend some of that time each day assembling a jigsaw puzzle. It's good for your mind, it's good for your soul and that = good for your body! There are so many to choose from, where do you begin? How about one that feels comfortable, has few colour variations and when assembled would bring you a special sense of accomplishemnt? Many choose puzzles piece counts from 500-1,500...

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Spend time together...

Posted on February 3, 2017 at 6:50 AM Comments comments (1)

Hello and welcome to February!!!

February is month of some major celebrations and awarenesses: Black History month, Pink Shirt Day, Turner Syndrome Awareness Month, Oral Hygiene Awareness Month, Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. There are definitely more. But February is also the month of family (Family Day - Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba) and yes --- Valentine's Day. And what be...

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New and lower prices effective January 1st, 2017!!!

Posted on January 3, 2017 at 11:10 AM Comments comments (0)

Hello and welcome to the New Year of 2017:)

Puzzle Assembly is entering the New Year on a high note to save you money.

New, lower pricing on all our services, including assembly, framing, and assembly with framing. Prices have been reduced from between 5% and 15%. You will now also save 25% across-board on assembly with framing - ALWAYS!!

As well, we are offering boxed puzzles at 30%-50% off, saving you up to $70.50. This sale will continue until our stock...

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Starting May 1st new pricing...

Posted on April 27, 2016 at 1:30 PM Comments comments (543)

Puzzle Assembly is proud to announce that starting May 1st, 2016 assembly and framing will now be offered together for a lower price :D

We will now be combining the assembly process with our framing to bring you new, lower prices for our services. This combination will by no means lower the quality of our work. Instead, it will speed up the completion of your order. Check out our price list - remember it's effective May 1st! - to see how much the prices have b...

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Ramsau, Germany Part 2

Posted on April 13, 2016 at 5:15 PM Comments comments (0)

Well, only a week later and a portion of the corner has been completed. It was slow going but eventually and after a littl bit of patience, it was done.

I will be working on a 3,000 piece puzzle as well. This I hope to complete by mid to end of May. This is the cover picture of the puzzle once it's complete. This is Malbork Castle and it is located in ...

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Ramsau, Germany

Posted on April 1, 2016 at 6:40 AM Comments comments (2)

I just couldn't help myself. But this is the latest puzzle I am assembling. Ramsau, Germany has been beautifully captured in this puzzle manufactured by Clementoni. It is 6,000 pieces, and measures 45" X 65" fully assembled. Here is a picture:

The most famous landmark - besides the Bavarian Alps of southeastern Germany, is the local church: Pfarrk...

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Welcome to Puzzle Assembly's blog...

Posted on April 1, 2016 at 6:30 AM Comments comments (0)

Good day and welcome to our blog!

Here, we will keep you up to date with new arrivals, new projects and new services that may come along in the future. The main goal of this blog is to enhance your experience while you are visting our website :)  Keep coming back to see the latest updates. If at any time you wish to post a comment, please feel free to do so.

As with any family friendly site, please refrain from using coarse language, derogatory remarks and any language w...

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