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To Whom It May Concern: I am writing this letter to commend the work of Tyrone McFadden on behalf of myself and my husband. Tyrone orchestrated the extensive renovation of our home in 2009, and we could not be more pleased with the process or the outcome. We attribute this to Tyrone’s attention to quality and detail, to his commitment to our project, and to his affable, accommodating nature, which greased the wheels of the process. With Tyrone at the helm, our circa 1920, mid-Toronto house was transformed into a modern, beautifully-appointed, highly-functional home. The narrow doorways were widened; the walls were graced with high-quality wainscoting and mouldings; and the kitchen, once galley-like was transformed into a cook’s kitchen, with modern amenities and appealing extras. This could not have been possible without Tyrone’s careful selection of only the finest, most professional of craftsmen, and his careful overseeing of the entire process. What impressed us further was Tyrone’s prompt response to each and every email or voice message left; for first-time home owners, his eagerness to answer our questions with understandable explanations put us at ease. We understand that renovating a home can be a stressful proposition; we would have never known. Tyrone’s expertise, client-centred approach, and positive attitude left us confident that we had truly chosen the best man for the job. We would thus wholeheartedly recommend Tyrone for any individual looking to renovate. Yours sincerely, Amanda and Nathaniel