Kitchen and Bath, Renovation | 10.10.2017

What Is RenoMark?

You may have heard of RenoMark or perhaps the logo looks familiar, but do you know why it’s important? RenoMark is a program used across Canada to help identify professional contractors who have agreed to abide by a renovation-specific Code of Conduct. The RenoMark program has been endorsed by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association and the… View Article...
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Kitchen and Bath, Renovation | 03.08.2016

5.5 Reasons Why You Should Choose a Design-Renovate Firm

As a verbose individual, with far too much information on Kitchens and Bathrooms 🙂 … its best for all, that I give to you any information and experiences in a Top ‘Blank’ format! I’d normally go with a ‘Top 10’…but 5 is shorter, and keep me focused on the points. NOW…I usually have the last ‘word’…so… View Article...
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Kitchen and Bath, Renovation | 19.07.2016

Photo Diary of a Kitchen Renovation

Follow The Westwoods journey as they go through a Kitchen Renovation. The Westwoods wanted our professional expertise to make their dreams a reality. The layout and functionality worked, so the focus was to update the look. ...
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Renovation | 30.04.2016

Thinking About Adding a Income or In-Law Suite?

You may be an empty-nester, or one of the ‘sandwich generation’ of care takers – seeing your kids out of the house, then finding yourself with one or both of your aging parents coming to stay. ...
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Renovation | 02.11.2015

The Advantages of Skylights and Suntunnels

When one of our renovation experts first put a skylight in his own family home many years ago, he did it as a solution to a dark attic that he wanted to make into livable space. He was looking to create more usable square footage for a master bedroom in a small home to accommodate a growing family....
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Front Page, Kitchen and Bath, Renovation | 10.09.2015

How Working With a Project Manager Can Help You

Every renovation project has complexities. Small projects can easily be managed by the homeowner, but as the scope of the project scales up, it reaches a point where the homeowner either does not have the time and/or the expertise to effectively manage it. This tipping point is different for everyone....
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Kitchen and Bath, Renovation | 10.09.2015

Why A Written Contract is Important

Isn’t it interesting how two people can recollect the same conversation so differently? It is compounded by the fact that often people understand the meaning of words quite differently....
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