Let’s face it, renovations don’t always come easy. It’s a daunting task for even the coolest of cucumbers — between sourcing the qualified pro’s to get the job done to keeping to a budget and timeline, it is not always seamless, but it should be. On that note, if there is one room in your house that can give you the most return for your investment, it’s the kitchen. It is for this reason that renovations to the epicenter of your home should be well planned and executed to avoid a “Kitchen Nightmare”.
By Bryan Tuckey
Canadians love their home-improvement projects. Canada has experienced an amazing 15 consecutive years of annual spending increases on home improvements, according to a recent housing report by Altus Group, a Toronto-based global real estate consultant.
Thinking about renovating your home? Wondering what it takes to get the results you want, without stress and worry? Who better to ask than people who have already done it? Canadian Home Builders’ Association gathered advice from homeowners who have completed major renovation projects, including bathroom and kitchen upgrades, additions and whole-house renovations.