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Nothing makes an old house feel new quite like a renovation. Whether you’re modernizing your facilities or just making some changes to freshen things up, we’ve got all your needs covered.


    1. Get the Latest and Greatest

      Many new buyers, or individuals who have spent most their time living in older homes, often don’t realize the difference that technology can make. Older homes can not only develop issues with ageing wiring and insulation, but also tend to be much less efficient than their modern counterparts. In these cases, the renovation is often an investment that starts paying off right away.

      At other times, it’s your wants that outgrow your home, and your upgrades are more about treating yourself to the finer things. Some of the most common examples of these are kitchens upgrades that allow more counter space and better appliances, and bathroom upgrades that include luxuries like heated tiles, whirlpool tubs, or larger, more modern shower stalls.

      We’ve done all manner of these ‘upgrades’, from updating the weatherproofing to replacing an old kitchen with a state-of-the-art, restaurant-grade full-range cooking suite. No matter how big or small, one thing’s for certain: The right upgrade can make all the difference.

    2. Give a Room a Facelift

      Did your wallpaper and carpet go out of style with Disco? Maybe you’re just tired of looking at the same tiling every morning when you brush your teeth. Or, perhaps, the molding in the living room just never sat right with you.

      Whatever the reason, we can help you get rid of the elements that have lost their charm, and bring your vision for a new, revitalized room to life.

    3. Prepare Your Home for Market

      If you’re moving from an older home, odds are good that there are some things that just have to go. It could be an old stained carpet, cracked tiling in the entry way, or even some shoddy do-it-yourself renovation work that might have ended up “a-little-less-than-code”.

      Renovations to fix these superficial turn-offs and home buyers' 'red flags' before your house goes to market can actually increase the price by more than the cost of renovating, and can also help you sell your house faster.

      If you’re renovating to prepare your home, we recommend consulting with your real estate agent to make sure you’ll see a return on your investment.

    4. Reclaim Your Unused Rooms

      Have a child who’s left the nest? Wish to make use of an unfinished basement?
      A simple renovation can help you realize your exciting new vision for your unused, misused, or underused spaces.
      Make the most of the space you have with a new den, living space, games room, or home theatre.

    5. Make Your Space Work For You

      Have an empty nest and no use for all the space? You could consider putting that space to work by subletting a basement apartment. There are a number of ways we can help you prepare a rental unit, including the installation of second entrances, reworking the utilities to operate separate from your own, and designing and implementing plans that include the use of shared facilities such as laundry machines.

Interested in revitalizing a space in your home?

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Know that you need a change, but not sure what to do with the space? Let us know, and we'll get you in touch with a designer to help you shake things up with a fresh, modern look.