February 28, 2020

Downtown Condo Bathroom Renovation

Our first bathroom reno project started and completed in 2020 is, in my opinion, a work of art. Often, condo Bathroom Renovations can be difficult to make significant changes to the overall look and feel. This bathroom, however, was roomy and perfect for turning it into a virtual oasis. This […]
December 26, 2018

Wheelchair Accessible Bathroom Plan

As 2018 winds down, I had the opportunity to go back and look at some of the projects we completed this year for creating a wheelchair-accessible bathroom.. It was very easy to see, looking at the project photos we took, that a growing segment of our business is renovating for […]
December 11, 2018

Budgeting a renovation project and why it’s important

One of the hardest things to discuss when it comes to a renovation project is the money part. I know this to be true because I ask all of my potential clients if they’ve considered a budget for their project. Surprisingly, a lot of people don’t have one. Either they […]
May 7, 2015

Mother’s Day: Surprise her with a home renovation.

Be like Ashton Kutcher and Surprise your Mom this Mother’s Day with a home renovation. Instead of the usual Mother’s Day card and flowers, why not honour the woman who brought you into this world by giving her a new kitchen or bathroom. Seems a little far fetched? Ashton Kutcher […]
January 3, 2015

Tips for a Great Home Renovation

Thinking about renovating your home in 2015? Now is a great time to start putting together your strategy for a renovation project, whether it be a new kitchen or bathroom, or an addition for your home. The weather is still cold, but the prep work can get started so you’re […]
December 20, 2014

Avoiding Mineral Deposits in Showerhead

So, a few months ago, you had a leaky shower head and replaced it with a new, multi-spray, water massage shower head. It was working fine until it started clogging up and spraying in directions it was not designed to do. Is this the fault of the new shower head? […]
December 13, 2014

Why should I renovate my bathroom?

Stepping into your bathroom, you notice that a couple of the tiles are starting to come off the wall and your toilet seems to be running all of the time. The doors on the vanity don’t close as well as they should and the laminate on the counter top is […]
December 3, 2014

What colour should I paint my bathroom?

As a contractor who has done quite a few bathrooms, one decision that my clients most often struggle with is paint colour. It’s one of those decisions that I try not to give a lot of input on because I feel that colour is such a personal choice. Everyone’s tastes […]
January 2, 2014

Steps To A Great Renos This Year

Thinking about renovating your home in 2014? Now is a great time to start putting together your strategy for a renovation project, whether it be a new kitchen or bathroom, or an addition for your home. The weather is still cold, but the prep work can get started so you’re […]
August 2, 2013

Top Accessibility Features In Renos

A lot of accessibility features can be added to a renovation project for little or no cost. Here are some of our favourites: Install some lever style handles for your plumbing fixtures or door hardware – Lever style handles are easy to use and don’t require a lot of hand […]
July 22, 2013

Licensed Contractor For Your Renos

Without a doubt, the number one piece of advice from anyone with tips on renovations is making sure you hire a reputable contractor for your project. It’s great advice, but where do you start? And why does it matter whether they licensed or not? If they give you a great […]
July 15, 2013

Photos of recent accessibility projects that we’ve been involved in.