Before & After Photos
We were able to enlarge the shower and made it look beautiful with custom tile work and twin storage niches with shelves.
This is a photo of the original builder's bathroom.
This is the old corner shower in the bathroom.
Removing the old bulkhead above the tub added valuable space and provides a more spacious feel for this bathroom. A new bathroom exhaust fan increases performance and LED recessed lighting brightens things up nicely.
The old cabinet and flooring in this main bathroom is shown here.
This shed/workshop structure was in desperate need of a quality paint job. We thoroughly cleaned the siding, cut and removed old caulking, and gave this structure a new look with a 3 tone paint job. Our professional sprayer helped to apply the primer and paint evenly to produce a beautiful finish.
Big difference! The 3 tone colour scheme makes this shed stand out.
A hexagon ceramic tile was used for the floor of this new Schluter shower. Always insist on a modern waterproofing system to protect your investment whenever renovating a bathroom.
This old basement shower has seen better days. Due to a flawed method of construction, water retained in the shower base causes rapid mold growth which is both unsightly and unhealthy.
When your shower appears moldy and it seems as though cleaning never seems to work, it is probably time to rebuild the shower using a modern waterproofing method.
This shower was completely rebuilt utilizing the Schluter kerdi waterproofing system. We added waterproof lighting to make it brighter
This older basement bathroom needed updating in order to make the home more appealing to potential buyers
This shower was in need of design updates
This old bathroom had serious functionality issues and was in desperate need of a complete makeover
In this completely renovated bathroom, we delivered a beautiful finished product that will serve the homeowner well for many years to come
This photo shows the demo phase of our bathroom remodeling project. This demolition made way for a new hallway with walk-in shower that was accessible from 2 bathrooms.
This is the finished product. We added a beautiful new shower area, accessible via lockable pocket doors from 2 separate bathrooms.
This new custom Trex deck replaced an old patio and offers the homeowner a private retreat to enjoy during the warmer months of the year.
This old patio had seen better days and didn't offer much in the way of privacy for the homeowner.
This new Trex deck offers the homeowner a very low maintenance solution for an exterior living space. The Aluminum railing is also maintenance free and contrasts nicely with the Pebble Grey Trex deck boards.
This photo shows the upstairs landing prior to renovating the staircase and installing new hardwood.
The upstairs landing after completing the staircase remodel and installing new prefinished dark oak hardwood.
This bedroom closet was framed in order to provide more space in the room itself. The old closet (not shown here) was far too large, taking up valuable floor space in the bedroom. By demolishing the old closet and reducing its size, the bedroom becomes more usable, allowing more space for walking and/or furniture.
The drywall, door, flooring, and trim was installed. Painting was completed, and this is the finished bedroom. The new closet is reduced in size compared to before. This makes more space in the bedroom but still allows for convenient clothing storage. Also, having an out swinging door versus large cumbersome glass sliders means easier access and maintenance.
This bedroom was in rough shape and needed repairs. The walls were dented and the hardwood flooring needed refinishing.
This bedroom was completely redone and the results are astonishing! The hardwood floor was sanded and refinished to look like new. The paint job cleaned up the space nicely while the new baseboards, casings, and trim finished off the look. Also, the popcorn ceiling was scraped and converted to a smooth finish. Better than new!
This marble mosaic backsplash was installed after the new quartz countertop. The quartz countertop modernized the look considerably, and the backsplash finished things off. Combined with the white cabinets, the effect is truly impressive.
This old backsplash and counter top were in desperate need of replacement.
Another view showing the old counter top and backsplash.
This bedroom was completely gutted as a part of this renovation project. The previous flooring was poorly installed and made lots of noise. The drywall needed attention and the popcorn ceiling was scraped and skimmed to provide a smooth finish
The finished result of this bedroom renovation was spectacular! The new prefinished Mirage Oak hardwood flooring was expertly installed and is solid as a rock! The new trim, paint job, and baseboards round off the new look.
This laundry room was completely gutted in order to install a new tile floor. The old tile flooring was loose and cracked, and the previous wall tile was outdated and poorly installed.
The new 12x24 porcelain floor tile in this laundry room is a variation of grey tones which hides dirt very well. In addition to this, the 12x24 polished and rectified porcelain wall tile gives off a very bright and modern look. This new laundry room is a great space for the homeowner to enjoy!
A previous inexperienced contractor did plenty of damage in this bathroom. The tile flooring was poorly installed with sloppy cuts, and the subfloor was improperly prepared for tile. Luckily, everything came apart easily and was disposed of for the renovation.
This is the end result of this bathroom renovation. The new polished porcelain floor tile was installed with a leveling system on top of an uncoupling membrane. This ensures that the floor will last as long as the house is standing. The overall look of the new bathroom is much brighter and more modern compared to the mess that was there before. Also pictured is a brand new Toto Ultramax II toilet.
This original builders staircase in this 1980's home needed updating. The carpet was old and dirty looking while being difficult to maintain. The railing and newell posts were scratched and needed to be refinished.
This staircase remodel was a huge success. The original carpet was ripped out and the railing and posts were sanded and refinished to a slightly darker colour. New wrought iron spindles were installed as well as new solid oak treads and risers. The risers were painted white as an accent and the effect was brilliant!
This main bathroom was in need of repairs. The old tile floor was outdated and a few of the tiles were cracked. The bathroom also needed a paint job and plumbing repairs.
This main bathroom renovation turned out to be a huge success. The new tiled floor is heated to ensure comfortable bare feet, even on cold days. The bathroom was repainted, new trim was installed, and plumbing was updated.
This old steel shed had to go: It was rusty and damaged while not having enough space for storage. The patio stones that were used as the base of this shed needed to be replaced with a concrete pad, and the homeowner was unhappy that raccoons had made this old shed their living quarters.
This custom 10x12 storage shed was built on a new concrete pad. The concrete pad was constructed to be extremely strong and hold up to many years of cold winters. This new shed ended up being much larger in size which meant that the homeowner could now store everything that he needed to. A side benefit of this was that he could utilize his garage, now free of clutter, for parking his vehicles in our cold Canadian winters.
This fireplace was the centerpiece of a large family room and needed a visual boost. In this photo you can see the 12x24 tiles being arranged on the hearth to find the best possible layout. These hearth tiles will be joined by large 18x18 porcelain tiles on the face, to create a stunning 2 tone look.
This is the finished result after tiling of this beautiful gas fireplace surround. The two different types and sizes of tile helped to solidify this fixture as the centerpiece of the room.
This Toronto kitchen was ready to receive a number of updates. The centerpiece of this update was a planned glass backsplash.
This glass backsplash consists of 2x12 glass tile. The tile was arranged in a brick pattern and runs all the way up to the ceiling behind the eventual range hood. The bright glass tile offers a large visual boost compared to the older dark backsplash (not pictured) that was here before.
This old 1980's laundry room was outdated and needed updates. The old cabinets, countertop, and sink was removed to make way for all new materials. See the after photo for the transformation!
Installation of new white cabinetry, laminate countertops, subway tile backsplash with mosaic accent strips, and a modern sink helped to transform this laundry room.
This Whitby home was outdated and in need of updates. As seen here, the combined living/dining area had old carpets, walls in need of fresh paint, and a number of other issues in need of attention.
This living room (a part of this whole home renovation) is seen with new maple hardwood flooring, freshly painted bright white walls, a new gas fireplace, and updated decor. The updates were successful in totally transforming this house into a tremendous living space!