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28
Aug

Common Renovation Costs

Aug. 22, 2017 HGTV.ca Editorial Team Taking on a renovation is daunting enough on its own, not to mention when you’re left to estimate how much the project will cost once complete.  (see here for a budget breakdown on flooring). Next up, we’re shining the light on walls, windows and doors. WALLS Whether you’re knocking down old walls, erecting new ones or cosmetically altering existing walls, aesthetics matter. So before you pick up a…

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21
Apr

The 16 Easiest Ways to Get Your House Ready for Spring

Break out of your winter rut and update your house for sunnier days. BY SARAH YANG PREVIOUS 9 UNIQUE AND UNUSUAL WAYS TO DISPLAY YOUR TV VIEW GALLERY 16 Photos Break out of your winter rut and update your house for sunnier days. We asked designers how they refresh their homes for spring — here are their quickest and best ideas.

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15
Jan

DIY or Hire a Professional for your basement remodel?

Know your options, so you can create the basement of your dreams. By Anne Reagan May 29, 2014 Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google Plus Reddit Email Us Is it time to expand your basement into the living space you’ve always dreamed of? Not sure if you should try your hand at remodeling your own basement, or if you should leave it up to a professional remodeling contractor? Before you get started,…

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05
Jan

Our $35,000 Basement Renovation: Why We Paid Someone Else To Do It

One of the regrets we had with our first home is that in the eight-and-a-half years we lived there we never got around to finishing the basement.  We vowed not to make the same mistake when we built our new home nearly three years ago.  So after we had the basement framed last summer we decided to hire a contractor and finish off the renovation this spring. A recent CIBC…

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22
Dec

BASEMENT RENOVATIONS – HOW TO HIRE CONTRACTORS

Basement renovation is simply the act of renovating the usual basement area into something that is more useful for the household.  Normally, the basement area is a part of the home that is not being fully utilized.  This is because most home builders build basement areas for homes as a utility area – where the home’s utility equipment are stored or installed.  Such utility equipment will include water heating system,…

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