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OUR SERVICES

ROOFING

While the foundation may be the most crucial component of a house, the roof comes in as a very close second.

A house’s main purpose is to keep its occupants shielded from the elements, and the sturdy roof is what actually accomplishes that function.

Shelter and Protection: Explanation: The most obvious function of a roof is to provide shelter and protect the interior of a building from external elements such as rain, snow, wind, and sunlight.

Example: Think of a roof as a dependable umbrella that shields you from the rain.

A quality roof will protect against wind, rain, snow cold, heat, and everything in between. Whereas, a poor or fragile roof sway in the wind, buckle in the snow, leak with excessive moisture, and be a major headache for as long as you live in the house.

BASEMENT

Keeping your home’s basement dry all year around is important to keeping your home and family safe and healthy.

Not all basements are the same.

Not all houses are the same.

Each house fights off water from coming into its basement differently.

Some have more water wanting to get in, while others simply don’t have the defenses put up to be able to fight off an attack from the water.

Water can also enter in different forms. Water vapor is the gaseous state of water, and it is invisible to the naked eye until it turns into a liquid form. 

To keep your basement dry no matter the season, proper drainage is needed, and it will protect your house from being invaded in the future.

SIDING

Siding or wall cladding is the protective material attached to the exterior side of a wall of a house or other building.

Along with the roof, it forms the first line of defense against the elements, most importantly sun, rain/snow, heat, and cold, thus creating a stable, more comfortable environment on the interior side.

The siding material and style also can enhance the building's beauty.

There are various styles of joining the pieces, from board and batten, where the butt joints between panels are covered with a thin strip (usually 25 to 50 mm wide) of wood, to a variety of clapboard, also called lap siding, in which planks are laid horizontally across the wall starting from the bottom and building up, the board below overlapped by the board above it. 

KITCHEN

We don’t just prepare food in our kitchens, we host our friends, have family discussions, and simply hang out in them as well.

Enhancing the organization and functionality of your kitchen will allow the space to feel open, appear tidy, and look great while serving your needs.

I don’t think I’ve ever heard a client say, “I have too much storage.” 

Since kitchens are not always arranged in a straight line, there’s often dead space.

Make the most of corner cabinets and other unused areas with custom storage.

Well-thought-through and accessible storage is crucial to a good kitchen design. 

WINDOWS

Windows in a house serves multiple functions.

They allow natural light to enter the house, which can help reduce energy consumption by reducing the need for artificial lighting.

Windows also provide ventilation, which can help regulate indoor temperature and improve indoor air quality. 

Additionally, windows can be used to enhance the aesthetic appeal of a house and provide a view of the outdoors.

If you are one of the people who seem to think that windows for homes are nothing more than a traditional requirement or something that we have a habit of seeing, you should know that this is anything but true.

BATHROOM

Whether you’re looking to renovate an existing bathroom, build from the ground up, or brush up on the different types of bathroom layouts that are widely found in homes, we’ve got you covered.

We all know that the main function of a bathroom is for personal hygiene and to store cleaning products and toiletries. However, more than that, a bathroom can be both an energizing zone and a sanctuary – a space to get ready for the day ahead or to unwind and relax in the evening.

Let your bathroom reflect your personality.

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