So far this month, we have discussed how crucial planning is to your renovation’s success, the importance of hiring a RenoMark™ renovator and why having a written contract is an absolute necessity for every home renovation project.
The fourth step to your kitchen or bath renovation success involves keeping the channels of communication open throughout the renovation project to avoid any issues that may come up. Continue reading The Fourth Step to Renovation Success: Do a Progress Check
Over the last few weeks, we have discussed how crucial planning is to your renovation’s success and the importance of hiring a RenoMark™ renovator. In this blog post, we’ll review why having a written contract is an absolute necessity for every home renovation project.
When you’ve made your decision to hire a contractor, get the details in writing before any work begins. Continue reading The Third Step to Renovation Success: Get a Written Contract
Last week, we discussed how crucial planning is to your renovation’s success. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the importance of choosing a RenoMark™ renovator such as Monarch Kitchen Bath & Home. Continue reading The Second Step to Renovation Success: Hire a RenoMark™ Renovator
A few years ago, Monarch became a RenoMark™ Approved contractor.
RenoMark™ identifies contractors who have agreed to the Canadian Home Builders’ Association’s Code of Ethics and a renovation-specific Code of Conduct. As a RenoMark™ approved renovator, Monarch Kitchen Bath & Home is recognized as understanding the value of customer service as well as providing warranties and continually educating ourselves on trends, materials and new regulations. Continue reading The First Step to Renovation Success: Carefully Plan Your Project
Results of a new survey out last week reveal some hard truths for home buyers in the Greater Toronto Area: sky-high prices that leave many residents unable to purchase low-rise housing such as detached, semi-detached and townhomes. Continue reading Renovating vs. Moving: Should I Stay or Should I Go?