Residential Renovation 2014
This residential renovation / rebuild was completed in 2014.
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Calgary Renovations Need Not Be Costly; Some Minor Touches Can Go Big
Remodeling one’s home need not have to be large-scale or expensive. Room-by-room renovations in Calgary may require some small touches that can go a long way in drastically shifting the aesthetic and monetary value of your home in your favour. Yahoo Homes reminds how some small but smart changes can create that big bang for the buck. (more…)
Contractors in Calgary Expect Surges of Renovation Projects Until 2014
After the massive floods that hit the cities of Calgary, Toronto, and other nearby areas last October, general contractors in Calgary and neighboring cities alike expect a massive surge of home renovation projects pushing well into 2014 – in anticipation of additional weather disturbances as the new year progresses. This renovation spending is almost expected just as the massive flooding last year boosted reconstruction activity in the area, as reported on Frances Dares’ website: (more…)
Tips to Promote Productivity through Renovations for Calgary Offices
“The right workspace can greatly increase employee peace of mind and productivity. But before you panic and install a Google-style indoor go-cart track in your accounting firm’s headquarters, relax. All you really need to do to boost your employees productivity is make a few small design tweaks.
The Roles of General Contractors for Calgary Restaurant Renovations
“Renovating a space to accommodate a restaurant requires special considerations in regards to wiring, water, sewer, parking, lighting and many other areas. Unless you are extremely handy, you will need to hire contractors to complete the renovations.
Renovations in Calgary Steered by a Canadian Eco-friendly Initiative
Jennifer Kongs, managing editor of Mother Earth News magazine, discusses how cork products are harvested and how they are viable solutions for homeowners who want to apply it to their homes:
Cork products are made from the bark of the cork oak tree (Quercus suber). Much of the world’s cork comes from forests in Portugal, where the trees’ drought resistance allows them to flourish. Harvesters cut and strip the bark during early summer, a process that removes only the dead outer bark layers while leaving the living cambium intact. The cork trees continue to grow unharmed for about nine years before the bark gets harvested again.
Incentives Drive General Contractors in Calgary To Go Green
A December 2, 2013 article from The Toronto Star discusses the government’s action plan in giving financial incentives to homeowners undertaking home renovations for more resource-efficient and environmentally responsible structures:
Consumers will get an extra incentive to do energy-efficient renovations on their homes under a new conservation program in Ontario’s latest long-term energy plan, the Star has learned.
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