Large Scale Reno Project
Our Bannatyne renovation has progressed nicely. The roofing is completed and the windows were installed late December. The weather has been really cold (only just starting to warm up!) so we were really happy about getting the house closed in prior the break for the holidays.
We walked through the house last weekend with the owners and they were so happy with the overall layout. Seeing it on paper is one thing, but actually walking into the house and experiencing it is very different.
The house feels large and really well proportioned. The ceiling heights have been increased on the main floor from 8 to 9 feet. This makes a huge difference. The large windows flood the house with natural light.
Take A Tour
Here are 2 videos where Rob walks us through the main and second floors of the house.
Tour the main floor http://youtu.be/GEcfh65c0BI
The work on site this week at our Glenview renovation is spread throughout the house.
With all the wet cold weather, the plaster was not drying at one of our jobs and the tapers were falling behind schedule.
Considering the record amounts of rain we’ve been receiving around the city, we thought we’d put together an quick post on ways to flood and leak proof your home.