Real Estate Renos

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141 West 7th Avenue Vancouver BC V5Y 1L8
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Orange Bins
Orange Bins
2 reviews North Vancouver, BC

First Review


Home Renovation

We Hired Chris and his crew to re-do our fireplace, bathroom shower and carport enclosure. The renovations were on time and budget which was a nice surprise. I was very happy with all the work done my house, thanks again.

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Thank you Grant for being so kind to write a review. We also love working with you and appreciate you taking time out your day to do this for us.

Karen Breakey from Vancouver
Karen Breakey from Vancouver
1 review Vancouver, BC

Apartment Renovation

I needed to redo a two-bedroom apartment completely and on a very tight timetable. Chris and his crew delivered.

He was there even before I bought the property. We discussed the scope, budget and time frame of the job. It was a complete interior redo of a 1970s apartment in original condition: new kitchen; two new bathrooms; all new flooring, paint and trim; and new plumbing and light fixtures throughout.

Chris started work the day I took possession of the place and continued non-stop until it was completed, including some evenings and weekends. The whole thing took less than a month and the end result is absolutely stunning. I couldn’t be happier with the workmanship.

Throughout, Chris and his crew were professional and focused. They showed up on time and kept keep the job site clean and organized. Also, they respected the extra requirements of an apartment renovation. They were scrupulous about cleaning the inevitable construction dust from the building’s hallways, elevator, and stairs each day, keeping me in the good books with the neighbours.

Luckily for me, Chris was also able to deal with the challenges of an older building. We were warned that the building’s old pipes were prone to leaks if disturbed by renovations. Sure enough, we got a big one. But Chris and his plumber were completely ready. They diverted the leak while the shut-offs were repaired and there was no water damage at all to my suite or any others. None.

I definitely plan to work with Chris and crew again on future projects. Of all the contractors I’ve worked with, he is the one who best understood everything I needed from a project and made it happen quickly.

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Anne-Marie Cartier from North  Vancouver
Anne-Marie Cartier from North Vancouver
2 reviews North Vancouver, BC

First Review


Small Kitchen Reno

I bought my condo in 2005 and installed new flooring, light fixtures and painted it in its entirety. The kitchen was a thorn in my side and that breakfast bar and ugly countertop had to go.

I love to cook and entertain and my kitchen was not a useable space well not for me anyway. More than two people cooking in the kitchen was painfully cramped and with sons (two grown men) it wasn't working. After years of complaining about it, I started to save money towards a small kitchen reno. I wanted a dream kitchen but had a budget of $5,000 so decided on a kitchen facelift. I had all of these ideas but knew I had to restrain myself. I needed help. I started talking to friends and family about my plans to renovate my kitchen and what I heard were warnings: "It will take longer than you think it will," "It will cost thousands more than you think it will," "There's no such thing as a contractor who comes in at the price of the estimate," and so on.

Regardless, after 8 years of putting it off, I was determined to find someone who could help me with my small reno. I started phoning around people I knew and people they knew, but the attitude from most contractors was the job was too small, wasn't worth their time, by the time we get our equipment up there, well you get where I am going with this. I was getting a little down with the whole idea of renovating and thought I would take my money and go to Paris, until a friend of mine told me about her small kitchen reno. She told me to start looking at IKEA kitchen cabinets and so I went online and found this contractor in my area who used to install kitchen cabinets for IKEA. I had to start somewhere, so I called him and told him that I was looking at a small kitchen reno, but I desperately needed help and I was on a tight budget. Within 15 minutes Chris was standing in my kitchen and the first thing he did was look at the unfinished crown molding and said.."That is the first thing that I will be doing, finishing that crown". Right then, I knew this guy was honest and that I could trust him. The next day, he and a subcontractor came over and we discussed my ideas and started to design a plan.

In case you're starting to think this is going to turn into a "design disaster" story, guess again. We did it. Chris kept me on budget and worked hard to get the best deals on materials, granite countertop and labour.

So what Chris did was, finish off the crown molding from the hallway and all around the kitchen and dining room. He rippped out the breakfast bar (he was concerned about the dust so he made sure that I had minimal gyproc dust by taping the whole area with plastic sheet). The natural light that comes into the kitchen after taking away the breakfast bar is amazing! He then reinforced the counter for the new granite countertop which he extended 14 inches all around. New sink and faucet and a new light fixture. I was out of a sink and water for a total of three hours. That in itself was quite a feat! New glass backsplash (That was a last minute decision on my part, so I paid $200. for the tiles at Home Depot. He installed a stainless steel backsplash behind the stove to complement the stove and hood range. Chris also installed beadboard all around the new countertop and finished it off by framing the beadbord. He also built a small cabinet at the end of the counter for pretty things and installed two massive pantries where the existing closets were and finished the front of the shelves off with white molding. I love love my pantries.

In case you're wondering why I didn't do the cabinets, well, remember I only had 5000$ so in the fall, Chris will be replacing the upper cabinets with open shelving and new doors for the bottom cabinets. Check out Phase 2 in the Fall.You don't need to spend a fortune on renos, especially if you find someone like Chris who will work with you , come up with ideas and keep you on budget.

I am a very happy client!

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