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Home Design for 2022

As the pandemic and its impact on our everyday lives continue to play an outsized role in home renovations, we get to see an even more profound rethinking about the importance of considering the design of our home quarters. The pandemic has changed many things for many of us, especially how we think and use our homes in our daily lives. With that in mind, we explore the various home design trends in 2022 that you could consider as you enlist the help of home renovators and their services.

  1. Dedicated Activity Spaces

The search for art studios has been increasing. Luckily, creating one on your own does not have to be an expensive renovation project. If you already have a spare room, it might just be a matter of buying the right accessories that are dedicated to your preferred activity or hobby.

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However, the creation of an art studio dedicated to your chosen activity depends on your goals. You might even require the assistance of a professional renovator for Stouffville Renovations.

  1. Grandmillenial

This trend is a twist on the prominent grandma chic style that has been rising throughout the pandemic. The trend arose at a time when people craved a sense of comfort and nostalgia for their homes amid uncertain times. The key for this kind of trend is adding layers to create a space and area that can welcome relaxation and ease anxiety.

  1. Multizone kitchen

The traditional three-zone work triangle in a kitchen creates an efficient and convenient connection between the refrigerator, sink, and range. However, many homeowners want their kitchens to emphasize other related tasks and allow for other cooks. The rising trend of a multizone kitchen or a work trapezoid includes dedicated baking, prepping and chopping areas and separate stations for snacks, drinks, or homework.

  1. Structured Simplicity

This trend features a stripped-back style to create a calm, comfortable, and chill space for relaxation. Structured simplicity is all about making one’s home a safe and inviting space to rest and regenerate. If your home is your haven, this trend is for you, as a private sanctuary that you do not treat as a showpiece.

With this trend, furniture feels comfortable and inviting, such as soft and comfortable sofas and hearty tables where people can gather around. Structured simplicity offers a low-maintenance look that includes weathered woods, faded tones, time-worn finishes, and warm neutrals like oatmeal and beige colors.

  1. Light Wood Cabinets

Many people seem to yearn and gravitate towards interiors that exude lightness and comfort in a year that felt heavy and difficult. Light wood mixed with other neutrals such as whites and grays can be an excellent way to create an airy palette that exudes a dash of warmth and comfort, especially effective in a kitchen design.

  1. Nature-inspired Designs

Another emerging home design trend is the openness to nature and the role of greenery in a home. This trend includes the search for artificial plants and trees, indoor pots and planters. There has also been a significant uptick in the search for the color green in kitchen cabinets, floor tiles, and even accent chairs.

The Renovators of Canada has been providing quality renovations throughout the Southern Ontario area for over 15 years. Visit our website at www.trocanada.com for renovation and home remodeling needs.

References:

https://www.idealhome.co.uk/living-room/living-room-ideas/home-decor-trends-design-trends-233635
https://www.bhg.com/decorating/lessons/expert-advice/2021-home-design-trend-costs/
https://www.houzz.com/magazine/36-home-design-trends-ready-for-takeoff-in-2021-stsetivw-vs~142229851

7 Home Improvement Projects to Never DIY

As a homeowner, you have no shortage of responsibility. Many maintenance tasks must be completed to keep your home functional and in excellent condition. To help you save some costs, you may consider completing many of these home improvement projects on your own. While there are some benefits to tackling these projects by yourself, sometimes being your own handyman isn’t the wisest decision. There are many home improvement projects that you should never complete on your own. To name a few… 

1. Plumbing

It should be a general rule in your home to never touch the pipes and DIY plumbing projects. The plumbing on your property is a complex system. One small mistake could cause extensive damage and hundreds (if not thousands) of dollars in repairs. If you are completing major home improvement projects in your home such as remodeling your current bathroom or adding a new bathroom, always hire a professional. If there are smaller tasks you need to accomplish like unclogging a toilet or replacing a faucet, these are tasks that you can likely DIY. 

However, if you have any concerns or questions regarding the task, no matter how large or small, call a plumber. You will save time and energy and you will reduce the risk of damage. 

2. Improving Your Kitchen Layout

It isn’t uncommon for homeowners to desire major changes to their kitchen. Their current kitchen may have a disorganized and poorly-designed layout or feel small and cramped. If you want to make some changes to the kitchen design, always hire a professional contractor in Toronto. 

When you remodel a kitchen, you can potentially run into many issues. You must also complete a myriad of tasks from electrical work, painting, woodworking, cabinetry, etc. If you are not a professional in all of these areas, doing a poor job can affect the look of the room or you may experience even more problems. Some projects may also require specific permits that you may not know about or you do not properly acquire. Hiring a contractor can reduce the stress and physical exertion from this project and you will likely be more satisfied with the final result. 

3. Installing New Flooring

New flooring throughout your home can make a major difference to the overall look and feel of your space. It can turn an outdated room into a comfortable, updated living area. Plus, by installing timeless flooring options, such as hardwood, you can make the home more appealing to potential buyers and increase your home’s value if you wish to sell the property in the future. 

There are several flooring options available ranging from carpet, stone, linoleum, hardwood, more. By giving this home improvement project to the pros, you have an expert on your side to help you choose the right type of flooring for the specific space. Plus, you may be one of the unlucky few who find many problems such as mold, mildew, or warped wood, lurking underneath your current flooring. A professional will know how to handle the situation, help you find the best treatment option, and ensure the situation is handled quickly and properly. 

4. Installing and Sealing Grout

Grout is a porous substance. It absorbs bacteria, grime, dirt, and other elements. When these items are absorbed, it gives the grout a dirty, grimy appearance. To prevent this from happening, the grout must be installed correctly and properly sealed. If not, the lifespan of the grout is decreased, it is more susceptible to damage, and the grout’s damage can affect your tiles. Plus, if the sealant is not installed properly, it can cause bubbles or gaps where moisture can seep into the grout, causing mold and mildew. 

There are many grout DIY kits available and tutorials online that you may wish to follow to seal the grout around your home. However, while these can provide you some guidance, even the smallest mistake can cause significant problems in the long term. You should always hire a professional to tackle any grout-related project, regardless of where it is in your home. Many of these experts can also help you recolour and sanitize these areas as well. 

5. Remodeling Your Basement

Remodeling the basement in your Markham home is a large project. Even if you are in no rush to complete the task, it should never be something you try to DIY. There may be many aspects to this project from plumbing and electrical work to sheetrock and flooring. If you also want to create a basement that is unique and has customised spaces, a professional is best to assist. Not only will this individual have many unique and appealing ideas for you to implement in your basement, they can also tackle any issues that you may experience and ensure that all projects are completed well. 

6. Installing New Windows 

There are many benefits to installing new windows throughout your home. New glass panes will not only improve the look in both the interior and on the exterior of the home, but they will increase your home’s energy efficiency as well. New windows can also improve the temperature control in your home, providing for a more comfortable and relaxing space. 

While installing windows in your home may seem like a very simple task, it is not. At the beginning of the process, you will want a professional to consult with. You will want to make sure you have the best products for your home. A professional can also spot any issues you may have with the project and help you throughout the process. 

Additionally, when you install windows, they must be installed correctly. The right supplies and installation techniques will make all the difference during this critical project. When windows are installed incorrectly, your home’s energy-efficiency may suffer, it can affect the cosmetic appearance of your home, and you increase the risk of small gaps that let air, bugs, dirt, and other elements in and out of the home. 

7. Electrical Work

Similar to plumbing, electrical work is a complex system. However, when it comes to this aspect of the home, one small mistake can not only damage your entire system but it can cause severe injury. Additionally, when the work is not completed well or there are errors made, you greatly increase your risk of a fire in your home. When completing any type of major electrical project, it is not only important for the safety of yourself but for your home as well. 

There are many electrical projects you may wish to complete such as creating additional electrical sockets in a room, installing more lighting, etc. If working on these projects with minimal know-how, you may mess with the system and cause extensive problems that will not only take more time to solve but can cost you more in the long run as well. 

Keep in mind that every electrical project will not require the help of an electrician. For example, some tasks such as replacing outdated light switches or electrical cover plates are simple to accomplish. Installing many new light fixtures are also very simple and by following the detailed instructions provided, can be accomplished quickly and easily. 

Luckily, finding a professional to complete the work for you and who will deliver high-quality no matter the project is easy when you work with The Renovators of Canada. These home renovation experts in Toronto will work closely with you to help you complete a project that you love. They have the ideas and the expertise to create a dream space and to ensure all of your projects are completed quickly and have the result that you desire. Call The Renovators of Canada today to schedule your consultation. 

Home Design Trends for 2020

When in doubt, neutrals are almost always the best way to go. There’s nothing simple about neutrals. White is not simply white. Rather, white comes in a multitude of different shades. For example, white paint can be ivory, or it can have blue, peach or brown undertones. 

There are two key categories you can choose from when selecting your palette. Cool tones like grey and slate are one option. The second, which will become increasingly popular in 2020, are warm tones like soft browns and creams. Neutrals don’t have to be boring, in fact, when used correctly they can create a truly eye-catching space. 

When you’re working on decorating or revamping a space in your home it can be hard to know where to begin. If you’re looking to dive into a decorating project, it’s best to start by finding a little bit of design inspiration. If you’re searching for inspiration for your next design projects, you might find it in some of the major home design trends we predict for 2020.  

Neutrals

There are many different ways to use neutrals in your home. One that will be popular in 2020 is the all-neutral space. That is to say that everything in the room from the walls, to the furniture, to the accents, will be neutral. The trick to nailing this style is using different shades of neutrals to create contrast. But, to maintain the cohesiveness of the room, make sure all of the shades are complimentary. To do this, select shades that have either all cool undertones or all warm undertones. 

Neutrals can also be used to tone down other bolder features of the room. For example, you might want to paint one wall in your space in a bright color like a robin’s egg blue. With that accent wall as your focus, you can select furniture, carpets and paint colors for the remaining walls that are neutral. This way, the accent wall remains the main focus and the decor in the room doesn’t feel overdone. 

Finally, neutral walls are another great way to incorporate this trend into the design of your room. This is especially useful if you’re not sure how you want to move forward with the rest of the decor. Neutral walls can work with many different styles and colors which will give you time and flexibility to play around with different furniture, rugs, and color palettes for the rest of the room. 

Biophilic Design

Biophilic design is a newly popular trend on the scene. This design trend involves incorporating elements of the natural world into the interior of the building. The goal is to help occupants of the space maintain a connection to nature in order to improve health and productivity

Although the trend has just become popular it actually dates back to the 1980s. The biologist who coined the term, Edward O. Wilson, hypothesized that humans were suffering as a result of urbanization. He believed we have an innate desire to be connected to natural settings and that incorporating these natural elements into the spaces where we live and work would make us happier, healthier, and more productive. In recent years, this trend has seen a massive rise in popularity. 

If you’re looking to incorporate this trend into your space, there are a few different ways you can go about it. 

The first is through direct experience of nature. This lets the occupants of a space have direct contact with natural elements. Of course, one of the most popular ways to do this is by incorporating plants into your space. A mixture of floor and hanging plants give a room an entirely different feel. A fireplace is another way to bring in natural elements of wood and fire into your living space. Finally, water features can be soothing and relaxing as well. You can even take this feature one step further and incorporate an aquarium into your space with fish and other aquatic animals. 

The second way you can incorporate biophilic design into your space is through the indirect experience of nature. In this case, occupants of a space can have contact with images or representations of nature. These are also believed to have a positive impact on the health, happiness, and productivity of the occupants. There are many examples of how to accomplish this including images of nature, incorporating natural colors, and incorporating natural materials like wood and stone.  

With all of the associated mental health benefits, incorporating these natural materials into your design is often worth the extra cost

Bold Wallpaper and Backsplash

Bold wallpaper and backsplashes are other popular trends we expect to see in full force in 2020. This bold and fun style might seem like it is in direct opposition to some of the more subdued trends. However, often the two work very well together. In order to incorporate this bold trend into your room the right way, consider keeping the rest of your design more subdued. For example, decorating your room primarily with simple and clean neutrals and then adding a pop of color through a bright wallpaper or patterned backsplash is a great idea. This allows the bold trend to remain a key focus point in the room without being overpowering or gaudy. 

Mixed Metals

Mixed metals are a great feature to incorporate into any room in your home to give it an industrial and modern feel. From the bathroom to the kitchen, mixed metals work pretty much anywhere. Historically, it’s been seen as a faux pas to mix metals like silver, gold, brass, and iron. However, this interior design rule is now outdated. There are many beautiful ways to mix these metals within a space to create a modern feel. 

If you are going to incorporate this trend into your space, it’s useful to keep a few key rules in mind. Firstly, it’s important to choose a dominant metal. This is the metal that you’ll use in the space more often than not. This way, there is an overall cohesiveness to the room rather than a hodgepodge of different metals. From there, select one or two accent metals that you’ll use to create contrast and points of interest in subtle ways throughout the space.  

Secondly, keep in mind that you really can’t go wrong with the combinations you choose. Most metals mix well together even cold tone metals like silver and warm tone metals like gold and brass. So, have fun with creating these combinations and don’t worry too much about selecting the correct groupings. 

Thirdly, it’s important to consider texture. Once you’ve selected the various metals you would like to use, you’ll need to consider which textures you want to incorporate. Metals can be matte, glossy or even hammered. 

Finally, when in doubt, go with iron. Iron is the neutral of the metal world and works well with many different types of metal and pretty much any color palette you select for your paint, furniture, and accents. By keeping these key considerations in mind, you’ll surely create a modern space that will serve you well for years to come. 

Back in Black

Black is back and it’s being incorporated into interior design in all sorts of new and interesting ways. Black features can transform the look and feel of a room dramatically. While many designers have traditionally shied away from this color, black is actually not that difficult to incorporate into your home. 

This color gives a space an instant sense of sophistication and elegance. Black can be used for walls, appliances, countertops, furniture, and accents. Think about ways to incorporate black into your room that are unexpected. For example, a black sink can create a beautiful contrast to a lighter countertop and kitchen cabinetry. 

You can also think about incorporating black in the same way as we discussed incorporating a bold wallpaper or bright backsplash. That is, make it a statement. 

Again, when using this technique, it can be most effective to use neutrals for the rest of the room. A black statement wall mixed with furniture and accents in neutral tones can make for an elegant, powerful, and eye-catching space. 

If you’re not ready to incorporate black into your space in a bold way, consider adding subtle touches of the color in other ways. For example, you might consider painting your doors or window trims black. This can be especially beautiful and impactful against white walls. The contrast creates an interesting but clean visual effect. 

Finally, you can use black to break up an otherwise bright and white interior. Scandinavian-inspired decor is very popular right now. Don’t believe us? Just check your Pinterest. This design style is simple and monochrome and usually features light colors like whites and bright neutrals. If you like this style but are looking to make it your own consider adding black accent pieces into the space. For example, a chair, a rug, a blanket or a plant pot. This can help you embrace the Scandinavian-inspired design trend while giving it your own unique touch. 

If you’re planning a home renovation it can be difficult to know where to start. We hope these 2020 design trends helped get your creative juices flowing! If you can already picture your dream home, it’s time to get down to the nitty-gritty. Let us help you create a space that is as beautiful as it is functional. Contact us today so we can help turn your dreams into a reality.

6 Simple Ways to Customize Your Basement

Renovating the basement in your Toronto home is like many other home remodeling projects: overwhelming, yet exciting. When it comes to this area of your home, the opportunities are endless. There are many ways you can customize and design this space so it meets your family’s needs, increases your home’s value, adds cosmetic appeal, and so much more. However, before you jump into this long project, there are several things you should consider to ensure it is done correctly and you are happy with the final result. 

 What is your home currently missing? 

 Before your basement remodel, consider what your home is missing. This could be features like a place for your kids to hang out with friends, an area for guests to stay, a designated work or study area, etc. As you focus on your basement remodel, keep this list in mind. 

 How can I make this space comfortable? 

 The basement can be one area of the home that is rarely used. There are several reasons for this, but often, it is because this space is dark, crowded, poorly designed, etc. As you consider various customization options, projects, and layouts for your basement, consider how you can make this space more comfortable and welcoming. When your project is complete, you want to ensure this area of your home is well used. 

 What dirty work is involved? 

 A basement renovation in your Stouffville home is more than simply putting up walls and laying a new floor. There are many hidden details that must be taken care of including electrical and plumbing work to waterproofing. You may also need certain permits and have regular inspections completed as well. You should have a team of professionals handling all these small details to ensure everything is well cared for and you can create your dream living space. 

 Once you have asked yourself the above questions, it is time to get to work. No matter if you want to create the ultimate gathering and entertaining area for your family and friends, desire a few extra bedrooms, or even a home office, here are several simple things you can do to customize your basement and create a beautiful, cozy, and functional living area.

 1. Built-In Storage Options

 Basements can be excellent storage areas. This is the area of your home where you can place the belongings that you don’t need every day but you want to protect and access when necessary. A basement remodel in your Markham home is the perfect opportunity to create custom storage options. 

 Built-in shelves are popular options for any room in your basement. If you have a large living room, consider long, floating shelves for pictures and décor items. Cover one wall in your basement with built-in shelves and turn it into a small library. You can also create a room in your basement and line the space with built-in shelving, making it perfect for food storage, emergency preparedness items, holiday décor, tools, and other miscellaneous items.

 One unique storage option you may also consider is a built-in wine cellar. Customize this area of your home with unique wine bottle storage options such as shelves, drawers, glass holders, etc. To truly make this room shine, consider installing an air ventilation system and provide the proper insulation for all of your wine connoisseur needs. 

 2. Downstairs Laundry Room

Regardless if you have a laundry room on your main floor, an additional laundry room downstairs is an excellent way to provide convenience, particularly for those downstairs bedrooms. Your basement laundry room doesn’t have to be large or extravagant, but it is a great way to customize your space. Add a small sink and lots of cupboards and shelving in the room. You may also consider a small supply closet, which is perfect for all your cleaning supplies and extra linens. 

 3. Children’s Room

If you are looking to build an additional room for your child or you want a place for grandchildren or guests to stay, turn a room in your basement into the ultimate children’s space. Be creative with the different features in this room to give it a unique look and feel. For example, consider built-in bunk beds. This is a great way to open up the room and it offers plenty of floor space for your children to play. 

If you have a teenager who wants his or her own space, you may also consider a built-in desk. A small alcove with a desk and bench seat is a great way to give teens their own space to study. 

4. Forget the Walls

A basement is a part of the home that can cater to multiple interests and be used for many purposes. Often, basements can seem small and cramped. However, with a little creativity and design help, you can still enjoy many of these rooms but with a more open floor plan. 

One option is to create one large, open space for a family room, eating area, and media center.  You may consider using sliding glass walls or barn doors to act as a barrier in the basement but still provide a very open and bright atmosphere. 

Another simple way to break up the different areas of your basement, while still maintaining an open floor plan, is to use unique flooring in each section of your basement. For example, you can install carpet in your family room, hardwood in your eating areas, and rubber mats in your home gym area. 

5. Don’t Forget the Stairs

As your guests walk down into your newly-renovated basement, the first thing they will notice is your stairs. Take the time to truly customize this feature and give it a personal touch. For example, create a unique mural or pattern on the wall, install light-up steps, and more. You may also consider unique and fun railings or built-in shelving along the stairway. If possible, you may want to build your stairs with unique materials such as tile, metal, wood, etc. Have fun with this area of your home and make it a unique and creative focal point. 

 6. Brighten up The Space

There is no reason the basement in your home needs to be dark and dreary. When these areas of your home have very little light, it creates an unwelcoming and bleak space. As you work to customize the basement in your Vaughan home, pay attention to the lighting in the room. Choose unique and elegant light fixtures. Consider pendant lighting above seating areas and accent lighting throughout the entire space. You may also consider smart light fixtures that allow you to dim the lights, turn them off, or flip them on when upstairs or away from the home. 

Additionally, strive to add  natural light. If possible, install large windows or design a walkout basement. For smaller windows, add a creative touch with windows that feature unique designs and accents within the glass panes.

If you choose to work with professionals, like The Renovators of Canada, you will have a basement that you love. These home renovation experts will work with you to apply all of your great ideas and customize a space that not only increases your home’s value but is functional, spacious, and gorgeous. Call The Renovators of Canada today to schedule your consultation.   

What is the New Laneway Suites Bylaw and How is it Affecting the Toronto and East York District?

The GTA is one of the fastest growing areas in North America. Individuals are flocking to the Toronto area for many reasons, including immigration. While this is excellent for the region’s economy, it puts a strain on housing development. The city is actively searching for ways to welcome and accommodate this new demand.

According to a 2018 Fraser Institute study, Toronto has room to grow and its overall popular density — which is 4,457 individuals per square kilometer — is significantly lower than cities such as New York City and Vancouver. Changes must be in place to help accommodate the growth and increase the housing supply in the Toronto and East York District. One of these changes is the new Laneway Suites Bylaw.

What is the New Laneway Suites Bylaw?

In June of 2018, the city of Toronto passed a bylaw permitting the building and use of laneway suites. According to the bylaw, a laneway suite is defined as:

“A self-contained living accommodation for a person or persons living together as a separate single housekeeping unit, in which both food preparation and sanitary facilities are provided for the exclusive use of the occupants of the suite and is in an ancillary building abutting a lane.”

This laneway suite will receive all of its services and resources such as gas, electricity, water, etc., from the front street, not the laneway. It can be used for the family to live in or as a short-term rental.

Why is this Bylaw Important?

One of the greatest benefits of permitting laneway suites throughout Toronto and the East York District is because it provides a significant increase to the housing development. It allows individuals to live and enjoy spaces throughout the city that were not being utilized to their full potential and that are essentially wasted space.

Additionally, it helps beautify these regions. What were once laneways filled with garbage, graffiti, and more will now turn into living areas. Old garages and sheds are transformed into gorgeous living spaces individuals can be proud to call home and visit each night.

It also helps open up and expand various neighborhoods. More individuals can live in neighborhoods close to schools, their jobs, and specific amenities than ever before. It is creating valuable living opportunities for residents in Toronto and the East York District that were once not available.

Furthermore, for owners of these laneways suites, this is an additional source of income if they plan to rent the properties. For those who have sick or aging family members such as in-laws or parents who need a place to live, it provides close proximity, yet gives both households their own space and privacy.

What are the Permitted Uses of Laneway Suites?

If individuals are interested in building a laneway suite on their property, there are specific regulations they must follow. These include:

  • An ancillary building — which is a type of shed, garage, or any other type of enclosure on the property — can be used to create a living space or a laneway suite.
  • The laneway suite may contain both a kitchen and a bathroom area.
  • Residents can occupy a laneway suite, and it can be deemed the principal residence.
  • The laneway suite can also be used as a short-term rental if it is occupied as the renters’ principal residence.
  • Only one ancillary building that contains a laneway suite is allowed on a property owner’s lot.

However, not every lot will meet the requirements for a laneway suite. There are specific requirements for the lot and the landscaping on the property that must be met. A few of these requirements include:

  • The lot must have a rear lot line and a side lot line abutting a lane for at least 3.5 metres.
  • If the lot’s frontage is 6.0 metres or less, 60% of the area between the rear main wall and the front main wall of the ancillary building must be for soft landscaping. For a lot frontage greater than 6.0 metres, this percentage increases to 85%.

What Are the Drawbacks to Laneway Suites?

While laneway suites certainly offer a plethora of benefits, there are drawbacks and concerns that many residents and homeowners have expressed. A few common concerns include:

Privacy: This is one of the biggest concerns as many homeowners are worried that their privacy will be hindered as these dwellings will be able to overlook neighboring yards, into windows of other homes, and more.

Parking: Parking is another concern for many individuals. With the addition of residents living in the laneways, there is a concern for where homeowners and renters will park. Parking will be limited and access must be available for homeowners and emergency personnel. However, the parking issue was addressed in the bylaw itself. It states that “no parking space is required for a laneway suite.” Although, it also states that a laneway suite “must have two bicycle parking spaces within the laneway suite or within any required yard setback.”

Receiving Services and Resources: A laneway suite does not receive its utilities from the lane, rather it comes from the main front street. This means that during the construction stage of the laneway suite, all servicing must be thoroughly examined and determined. Additionally, those living in laneway suites may feel inconvenienced as city employees such as waste collection will not drive down the laneway to collect garbage, but it must all be brought to the main front street.

What If I’m Interested in Building a Laneway Suite?

If you are interested in building a laneway suite, it is important to work with a contractor who understands the specific building regulations, codes, and requirements to legally build the property. These requirements are listed in the bylaw itself but a few include:

  • There can be no less than 5.0 metres between a residential building and the ancillary building if the ancillary building is smaller than 4.0 metres.
  • There can be no less than 7.4 metres from a residential building and the ancillary building if the ancillary building is taller than 4 metres.
  • The maximum length for an ancillary building with a laneway suit is 10.0 metres.
  • The maximum width of an ancillary building with a laneway suite is 8.0 metres and is measured perpendicular to the lot centerline.
  • An ancillary building that contains a laneway suite can have a maximum of two stories.

In addition to the building regulations, there are also several guidelines for structures placed on the exterior of the dwelling. For example, satellite dishes and weather vanes all have specific regulations that must be adhered to if placed on the exterior of the dwelling. You can find more information about these structures and regulations in the bylaw itself. There are also specifications on the roof, equipment such as vents, pipes, etc., , as well as awnings or canopies.

If you are in the market to create the perfect home for your in-laws or family members, or you want to supplement your income with rental property, a laneway suite may be worth your consideration. Do your research and determine if you live within the boundaries that permit this type of dwelling.

Also, speak with builders about the process, time, and money to create this type of structure. With the right team, you can easily create a beautiful dwelling that will provide the space and the living accommodations that many families need. However, you need to carefully ensure that the lot and the ancillary building meets all guidelines and requirements before proceeding.

If you are ready to transform your home with a beautiful addition, a bathroom renovation or even a kitchen remodel, contact a team member at The Renovators of Canada today. They will work closely with you to ensure that your dream living space becomes a beautiful reality.

Why Should Choose the Renovators of Canada for Home Renovations

Whether you are looking to remodel your kitchen, basement, or even the bathroom in your Toronto home, choosing the right contractor is one of the most important decisions you will make. Not only will this decision affect the final outcome of the project, but it will provide you with a smooth and enjoyable experience.

And while the quality of work that the contractor in Canada completes is of utmost importance, it isn’t the only thing that should be taken into consideration. There are many factors that must be evaluated.

Things to Consider When Looking for a Contractor

Not all contractors are the same and it is important that you don’t rush into hiring any company or professional without a full evaluation. Here are just a few things you should consider as you make your choice.

Basic Background Information: You want to ensure that the contractor you choose meets all necessary requirements to legally perform the work. For example, does the company have a current license? What does their insurance coverage look like? These aspects are all important to help you ensure the project is done well and if any problem occurs, that the proper documentation and coverage is available.

Recommendations: If you have a contractor in mind, ask if they can provide references from former clients. You want to speak with past clients to not only determine the company’s quality of work but to also learn how easy they were to work with. You want to work with experts who are friendly, knowledgeable, and honest. Ask about how well the company worked within a budget, followed a schedule, and more. It is also a smart idea to determine if the company has any legal actions against them.

Offers Ideas and Listens to Your Own: This is your home and your project. What you want to do and the ideas you have should be expressed and implemented by the contractor. Good contractors will help you incorporate your ideas and create the space that you envision. But, they also have their own ideas and tips for enhancing the space. Some of the best contractors, like The Renovators of Canada, have a gallery of past projects they have completed so you can easily gather ideas and piece together a stunning space.  

What Type of Customer Service Training Is Important?

In addition to the items listed above, customer service must be a priority and for The Renovators of Canada, it is. They understand that customer service is what creates loyal customers and it encourages the recommendations and referrals to help their business succeed. But even more important, they understand that this is your home — one of the biggest investments you will ever make. A home renovation can be a frustrating and inconvenient process and they want to make the process as smooth and enjoyable for you as possible. Here are a few areas where this home remodel company is striving to ensure you experience incredible customer service.

  1. They Are the Experts

When you are tackling a big project such as a basement remodel or a kitchen renovation, you will likely have dozens of questions and concerns. You want to work with a company that will not only provide you with a detailed explanation but will also ensure that you understand and feel good about their explanation. Additionally, you shouldn’t have to wait a long time for a response either. Rather than wait for days for these questions and concerns to be answered, they should be answered in a fast and timely manner.

  1. Very Friendly and Upbeat

A home remodel is a very exciting project but it can also be very challenging and frustrating. A good contractor, such as The Renovators of Canada, recognize that. No matter how you are feeling, they should be friendly and warm. You should feel comfortable coming to them with questions or concerns and you should walk away from any employee from the company in good spirits.

  1. Listen to What You Say

Whether you are concerned about a change in plans, the price, or just don’t love the current design ideas, an employee from the best companies should be there to listen to your concerns. They should not shrug you off but work with you to address your concerns. And if you are in need of more ideas or how to customize your current plan before the heavy work begins, speak up and let them know.

  1. Fully Trained

Strong customer service begins with fully trained employees. Workers who don’t know what they are doing or don’t fully understand their responsibilities cannot provide proper assistance to their clients. You want to ensure that all employees — no matter their job position or their role in the company — are fully trained. When the staff knows what they are doing, it not only reflects in their overall product but also with each client’s experience.

Safety Training: What You Should Know

When training employees, it shouldn’t simply be time spent focusing on a new policy or how to complete a certain document. Much attention should be placed on the safety of the workers, the home, and any other individual in proximity. Safety training should be mandatory and ongoing. It should not be a one-time training. While many contractors, such as The Renovators of Canada, make safety training a priority, here are a few things you should know and watch out for.

It Encompasses a Variety of Situations

This safety training should focus on a variety of situations from those that are very small and minor to major incidents. The better trained the employees are for certain situations, the more confident clients can feel trusting these workers in their home and with such major projects in their home.

It Is Ongoing

As mentioned previously, safety training should not be a one-time event. As safety policies and procedures change, new training should be made available to employees. Plus, employees should review the content they learn on a regular basis to help them stay up-to-date and ready for whatever the day may throw at them. Additionally, it is important that all employees receive thorough training when first hired to ensure they are trained and aware of any specific policies and procedures to prevent putting themselves or anyone else in danger.

Why the Renovators of Canada Are Your Best Choice

As you narrow down your options of contractors who can help you complete that bedroom renovation or the bathroom remodel in your Toronto home, The Renovators of Canada should be at the top of your list. Not only do they have all the basic needs such as licensing and insurance to ensure a legal project, but they are willing to listen to your needs and offer many ideas to add a custom look to your home. Plus, their extensive training helps you feel confident in their work and in the safety of your home and the workers in it.

Choosing contractors can feel overwhelming — sometimes just as overwhelming as the project itself — but with the right team to work with, you will have a beautiful home that you love and a hassle-free and incredible renovation process.

Contact The Renovators of Canada today to book a free planning session and experience an incredible home remodel.

7 High-Impact Changes to Transform Your Bathroom

Whether you are interested in transforming your master, main, or guest bathroom in your Markham home, this isn’t a time to feel intimidated. Once complete, a bathroom remodel can create a more functional and appealing space. While you can certainly gut this area and start all over, it isn’t always necessary. There are several changes that can make a big impact and drastically improve the look of your room. Let’s discuss seven high-impact changes that can go the distance.

1. Open Up More Space

The bathroom can be a very small and closed-off space. You will be spending time in this room every single day, so you want to design an area that feels large and functional. If your budget allows, renovate the bathroom so the space in this room is used wisely. For example, do you really need a tub and a shower? Is your vanity too large or do you have an unnecessary wall blocking off natural sunlight? By working closely with a contractor, you can remodel the bathroom in your home to create a more well-designed room. While knocking down walls and removing items can be time-consuming and labor-intensive renovations, they will be most effective when transforming this space.

2. Get Rid of the Shower Curtain

Upgrading your shower is an excellent investment, not only when creating a more functional space, but also if you plan to sell your home in the future. According to the National Association of the Remodeling Industry in the United States, most adults over the age of 45 prefer a shower to a bathtub and most prefer a barrier-free shower. This is a shower that allows you to walk right in without climbing over anything.

A barrier-free shower is not only the preferred option, but it also makes the bathroom appear larger and more open. While a traditional shower curtain is useful for adding color to the area, it makes the room look small and closed off. By getting rid of the curtain and using a glass shower door or even creating a deep shower that doesn’t require any type of door, your bathroom appears more bright and uncluttered. If you do have a shower and bathtub combination, you can still install a glass shower door to help open the entire room.

3. Choose a Freestanding Tub

The bathtub can be a statement piece in the room. However, many homeowners just choose the cheapest option, but this is rarely the most aesthetically-appealing. An alcove bathtub, for example, is one of the most common and popular bathtub options. This is a bathtub with three finished sides and it attaches directly to the wall. While this is a budget-friendly option, it is very basic and you will want to choose your tiles and backsplash carefully to make it stand out.

If space allows, choose a freestanding tub. This tub has four finished sides and sits in the room on its own. These options are very deep and design-friendly. They come with very classic plumbing options and when placed correctly in the room, they become a focal point. If you want some design-friendly ideas for bathtubs in your home, talk to your professional contractor for ideas.   

4. Add Built-In Shelves

If you have a smaller bathroom and are limited in space, built-in shelves are an excellent option. These not only create more storage for your bathroom necessities, but it is a great way to add some décor and color to the room. For example, if you have a long vanity and dual sinks, you can install built-in shelves in the middle of the mirror. This helps break-up the dual sinks and you can place colored towels, a lush plant, or candles to accessorize the bathroom without cluttering up the room.

5. Update the Fixtures

Not all upgrades to your bathroom have to be large and costly. Even small updates can impact the look of your area. For example, get rid of that old brass faucet and install a waterfall faucet instead. If you have space and you want a new towel rack, don’t settle for a low-quality option. Choose one that matches the other features in your room and adds some design and contrast. Additionally, you may choose to store your towels in your built-in shelves or even use hooks to save on wall space.

A few fixtures that are simple to update and can make a big difference in your bathroom include:

  •      Sink faucet
  •      Showerhead
  •      Lightswitch plates
  •      Light fixture
  •      Vanity hardware
  •      Towel racks

6. Focus on the Tile and Backsplash

Whether you want to install tile on the bathroom floor, around the sink, or above the bathtub and shower, this one decision is going to instantly transform your bathroom. There are many types of materials to choose from such as porcelain, ceramic, and stone. These each have many benefits and varying price points so you must determine your budget, your willingness to maintain and clean the material, and other relevant considerations.

As you choose the tile and backsplash in your home, consider the final look. Choose tiles that will complement the colors well with your paint and vanity. If you do not have much natural light in the space, it is also best to choose bright tiles. If you have difficulty choosing the right type of tiles for your home, work with your bathroom remodeling contractor in Toronto. They can help you choose the right type of materials and colors that will work best for your lifestyle and the look of your room.

7. Choose the Right Vanity

Not all vanities are right for your space. While you want to choose a bathroom vanity that not only fits your style and needs, it also must fit the space of the room well. For example, if you have little space and the room is not used often, a pedestal sink may be ideal to make the room look more open and create a very classic, simple look. Additionally, you can choose a corner vanity to help create a more functional area with a little counter space. However, if you have a much larger bathroom, such as a master, you may want a vanity with underneath storage options.

Choosing a vanity can be difficult as there are many options and factors to consider. Custom vanity options may be ideal to help you get exactly what you want in terms of your style and space.

If you are interested in transforming your bathroom into an area that is functional, storage-friendly, and eye-catching, keep these renovation ideas in mind. They can instantly change the look of the space, as well as the overall feel of a room that’s vital to your home.

If you are ready to tackle this project and create a functional and gorgeous bathroom in your home, give The Renovators of Canada a call. They can help you design and transform your bathroom into a masterpiece, along with any other areas of your home from the kitchen to the basement. Give them a call today for more information and to schedule a consultation.

The 9 Hottest Trends in Kitchen Renovations

Whether you are completing a full kitchen renovation or just making several upgrades to improve the space, sorting through all the many trends and designs ideas can feel overwhelming. You want to create a room that is functional, beautiful, and practical. Plus, you want to ensure that it contains all the features and characteristics that you need and will last for years to come. To help you create a kitchen that is stylish, trendy, and gorgeous, here are 9 of the hottest trends in kitchen renovations.

1. Two-Toned Kitchens

For the past several years, all-white kitchens have been all the rage. Many homeowners have chosen white subway tiles, white cabinets, white countertops, etc., But, this design trend is slowly starting to fade. Many individuals are now turning to two-toned kitchens.

This trend is a simple way to add a significant amount of color to the area. You will see this trend primarily on cabinets but also backsplashes and paint colors as well. It is a great way to brighten up the room and if you aren’t brave enough to design a bright and bold kitchen, this is a great starting space. Two-toned kitchens can include any color such as greens, purples, and blues. And if you want to a more subtle look, tans, taupes, and grays are extremely popular.

2. Open Cabinets

More homes are choosing open cabinets rather than the traditional storage option. Open shelving not only adds a lot of contrast and texture to the space, but it is also a convenience. This allows homeowners to place their most-used items within arm’s reach and prevents it from sitting directly on the counters, cluttering up the room. However, with this trend, you must be cautious to not put too much on these shelves as it creates a cluttered and messy look.

3. Wood Flooring

Hardwood floors have been a trend for many years and it shows no sign of leaving. This type of flooring provides a very classic look and goes well with a variety of home décor styles such as farmhouse and minimalist.

There are many benefits to hardwood flooring including its durability. This type of flooring can easily handle the wear that comes from daily foot traffic. And, it is extremely low maintenance and requires very little effort to keep it looking great for years to come. Plus, it handles spills and messes well and is easy to clean.

You can also enjoy much versatility with this flooring option as you can choose a variety of wood types such as oak, maple, and walnut. If you want a more cost-friendly option, you can find flooring options such as laminate and vinyl that look like wood.

4. Unique Light Fixtures

A well-lit kitchen area is essential. Not only is ample lighting important for your meal prep and cooking, but also for creating a space that you want to gather and spend time in. If you don’t have much light in the kitchen, this should become a priority during kitchen remodeling in Oakville. Consider installing additional lighting options such as under-cabinet lights, lighting in the pantry, etc.

For your main light source, choose statement fixtures. These are light fixtures that can become a focal piece. For example, consider an elegant chandelier or install unique pendant lights over an island or kitchen sink. You may also consider zone lighting, which is recessed lighting split up into areas throughout your kitchen. This allows you to brighten up certain areas of the room where you are working such as over the sink, large counter space, the stove, etc.

5. Dark Color Schemes

Choosing light and neutral colors has been recommended if you plan on selling your home in the future. But, today, many homeowners are branching out and including very bold and dark colors throughout the kitchen area. Black is becoming increasingly popular as cabinet colors, seating options, paint colors, and countertops. Other bold colors that are becoming popular include reds, blues, purples, and greens.

Keep in mind that if you choose to include a bold and dark color into your kitchen’s color scheme, you want to choose colors that accent it well and don’t create an overwhelming space. For example, if you desire a black kitchen, don’t go all black. Rather, choose a black island with white cabinetry lining the walls.

6. Smart Kitchens

During a kitchen remodel, you can’t forget about your appliances. Not only will new appliances enhance the look of the room, but they will save a considerable amount of energy each month on your utility bills.For example, when you purchase a new energy-efficient refrigerator, you will use approximately15% less energy than non-certified products.

But, saving energy isn’t the only reason to consider new appliances, many of these newer products boast smart capabilities, that add convenience, functionality, and safety to your home. Smart fridges feature built-in computers where you can view recipes or check the daily weather. You can also purchase products with built-in cameras that allow you to look inside your fridge while walking down the aisles at the grocery store.

A few smart appliances you should consider include:

  • Refrigerators
  • Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors
  • Coffee makers
  • Ovens
  • Ranges

7. Quartz Countertops

While granite countertops have been a top choice for homeowners, quartz is quickly stepping in. This material is not only durable, but it boasts a long lifespan, which makes it an appealing option for many individuals who plan to live in their home for years to come. Additionally, quartz is anti-microbial and extremely simple to maintain — even more so than granite — which makes it an ideal substance for this room.

8. Simplicity in Every Aspect

Many homeowners are turning away from cluttered, full kitchens to a very simple, tidy look. As these individuals are completing home renovations in Waterloo, they are focusing more on the layout of the kitchen and ensuring it all flows and that you aren’t covering too much ground for all your dinner prep, cooking, and cleanup.

Additional ways that individuals are creating more simplicity in the kitchen is by removing top cabinets and focusing more on open shelving or expansive storage options. Additionally, those with smaller kitchen areas should consider a simpler look and layout as it helps the room appear inviting, large, and open.

9. Ceiling Treatments

Ceiling treatments are making big statements in kitchen areas and rightly so. This element adds an entirely new focal point to any home and when done correctly, can help an area appear larger. Additionally, there are a wide variety of ways to create stunning ceiling treatments so they are unique and stand out from other houses on your street. During your home renovations in Richmond Hill, talk to your contractor about how to add this creative design element to your home.

If you are ready to create a stunning kitchen area in your Canadian home, contact the experts at The Renovators of Canada to begin. They can help you tackle this large project and create a space that you, your family, and all your guests will love each time they walk into the home. Give us a call today for more information.

7 Signs That Your Bathroom is Due for a Renovation

When it comes to renovating your house, sometimes it seems like it is a never-ending project and there is always so much to be done.  In times like these, it becomes crucial to prioritize what is most important or most in need of completion and tackle that project as your main concern. Here are seven signs that your bathroom needs to be the first one:

1.     It is Leaking

There is a lot of water in the bathroom. It comes from the sink, it comes from the toilet, it comes from the tub or shower, and it comes from the air due to vapor and steam. If you have a pipe underneath your bathroom sink that is constantly leaking, if there is always water sitting around the edges of the toilet bowl, or if the faucet in your tub is permanently dripping, there is a good chance your bathroom might need a renovation. While you can always opt to simply have the plumbing fixed or focus on investigating where the water might be coming from, the process may be extensive and a complete renovation and overhaul may be a better use of your time and resources.

2.     Your Floor is Damaged

Just like you may have observed leaking from your faucet, toilet or tub, as indicated above, there are more areas of destruction that water can cause that may be indicative of the need to renovate. One of the most common of these is damage to your floors. When water leaks it is not always visible and may start its leaking underneath your floor boards.  This is common when the issues causing the leakage are in the pipes that are under the floor or in the wall. As a result, the first sign of a problem may be damage to your floors, as water gets underneath and causes the floors to start lifting or becoming stained and discoloured.  If this is the cause of damage, it is often an extensive process for repair, whereby you will have to rip up floors or rip out your walls, and as such, it presents a good time to undertake a renovation.

3.     There is Visible Mold

Just like water can cause damage to your floors, leak under your cupboards, and drip annoyingly out of your faucet, it can also be the root of bigger problem: mold. Mold thrives in warm, moist environments, making the bathroom its ideal living space. You may see it appear first along the edges of your shower or bath, or as dark spots on the ceiling.  Once it shows up, it will only get worse, and may already be looming behind the walls or ceiling where you can’t see it. With mold in the house, you and your family are at risk for an increased number of health concerns, so it is important to attend to the situation as soon as possible.

4.     Your Paint is Peeling

While you may not see mold, another indicator of damage coming from steam within the bathroom – and a good reason to renovate – is paint peeling off the walls. The constant water presence in the air can break down the paint and cause it to start peeling.  This is especially relevant if your bathroom was built and painted a few years ago, before paint was of a higher quality like it is now, whereby it can sustain more water and steam exposure.

5.     It is Outdated

Perhaps a less obvious sign, and subjective to an individual’s taste, an outdated bathroom is a great reason to tackle a renovation. If you have only a bathtub and no shower, you still have wallpaper covering all of the walls, or the faucets and plumbing are hard to operate and dripping, it’s a good indication that your bathroom is outdated.  While an outdated bathroom is something you may have gotten used to, understanding its nuances and unique characteristics, if you have future plans to sell your home, a bathroom renovation is a necessity. This is particularly true if it is the only bathroom in the home or if it is missing a shower and relying on a bathtub alone.

6.     You Can’t See Very Well

When you first built your bathroom, the lighting selection you made was likely based on typical recommendations from your contractor and was quite standard for most homes.  In the last several years however, lighting options have dramatically increased and there is a much broader range of availability on the market.  You can select different lights for different areas of the bathroom, like having lights in front of the mirror that are optimized for seeing in the mirror, while the lights over the shower are optimized for functioning in steam and water.  Furthermore, you can have added features such as heat lights or lights which can be dimmed and brightened as necessary. Bathroom lighting makes a huge difference to the overall bathroom atmosphere and ambience, and is not something to be neglected when it comes to a renovation project.

7.     It Lacks Storage

If you built your bathroom and your home before you had kids or when you had a smaller family, you may have felt at the time that the storage was adequate. Now however, with more people and more stuff, the small closet in the bathroom just isn’t going to cut it.  There are many ways to add increased storage to your bathroom, or to more efficiently use the space in your bathroom, and this is something that is worthy of doing during a renovation.  In addition, you will also be able to make other changes at the same time, such as improve the lighting, paint the walls, or add additional hooks, which can allow you more space for towels and bathroom supplies.

Do you have some of these signs in your house and are thinking it is time to tackle your bathroom for a renovation? If so, it’s a great time to take on the project, but certainly isn’t something you should do alone. Instead, reach out to TRO Canada. Our expert team is more than equipped to help you successfully renovate your bathroom and we’ll make sure to have everything done in a timely and efficient manner. Call us up today to find out more!

The Best – and Worst – Reasons to Do a Home Renovation

Home renovations typically aren’t anybody’s idea of a good time, so when it comes to getting it done, it’s important to make sure you are doing it for the right reasons and that the outcome will be worth the stress, investment, and inconvenience.  Consider these right – and wrong – reasons for renovating and choosing to upgrade your home.

The Best

Your Home is Outdated

If it has been several years since you moved into your home, or you purchased a home that is older and in need of some attention, renovating can be the perfect solution.  In some cases, purchasing an older home can save you money in the initial purchase cost, and this is good money for you to put towards a renovation. When you decide to take on your renovation, whether it be a bedroom, kitchen, or bathroom, spend some time researching the current trends in home decorating, what the season’s colours and styles are, and how you can update and modernize your home through a renovation in a streamlined and timeless way.

You are Preparing to Sell

Completing a renovation before you sell your home can be a great idea for several reasons, especially if you focus on a room that is a big selling point of the house such as the kitchen or bathroom.  First, it can ensure you have a better outcome when it comes to having a buyer conduct a home inspection: newer homes, or newly renovated homes, with up to date appliances, lighting, windows and doors, will bode better in an inspection. In addition, if you renovate before you sell, you can often increase the value of your home and elicit a higher market value.

You Can Appreciate the Results

Maybe the kids have moved out and now you don’t have to worry about having crayon marks all over the wall. Or maybe living without kids frees up a room that once was used for games and entertainment and can now be used as a more sophisticated lounge room for you and your own group of friends.  In several cases, people renovate after living in the house for several years because their lifestyle, preferences, or choices in decorative style have changed and they want to update the home to reflect that.  In many ways, a home is a reflection of a person’s personality and style, so this can be a great reason to plan a renovation.

You are Ready to Save Energy and Improve Efficiency

Older houses, built before solar panel technology, or before there was as much emphasis on saving power and going green, lack the energy efficiency benefits of newer homes. With a few small changes however, you can convert your home to a more energy efficient selection.  Install solar panels, or make a change to the way your home is heated. Go green in the kitchen when renovating it by purchasing energy efficient appliances. All of these are great reasons to renovate and may get you a new modernized looking home at the same time!

The Worst

You are Trying to Save Money

Unfortunately, in most cases, renovating or home remodelling is not going to be a way to save money. When you launch into a home renovation project, it is important to do so with a budget, but also to be aware that the project may go over that budget and that you need to be flexible with the amount you have to spend.  In addition, because home renovations are a time investment, it is likely something that you want to spend the necessary money on so that you get results that you are happy with and do not have to do it over any time soon!

You Want to Try out a Weekend Project

Many people latch onto home renovation plans and ideas because they have recently started doing handy work and are eager to try their hand at a new project.  While fixing things up around the house is one thing, taking on a complete home renovation is another.  There are a lot of complex aspects to home renovating, especially when it comes to things such as dealing with electrical work, plumbing, ensuring the building meets city codes and inspection standards, and maintaining proper safety standards. Unless you know what you are doing and have some experience, it’s better to leave the home renovations to the professionals, and refrain from taking this on as your next DIY project.

You Want a New House

There is a difference between doing a home renovation and completely gutting a house and starting fresh, and it’s important to get clear on your expectations of your home project before you begin.  If you are entering into a home renovation with visions of having practically a whole new home at the end, you will likely be better off hitting the real estate market and looking for a house to purchase.  On the other hand, if you want to have a few rooms get a facelift, or have a new kitchen, a home renovation may be just what you need.

You are Just Jumping on a Trend

If your main reason behind renovating is because someone else is doing it, because you saw a new trending look in a magazine that you are sure you have to have, or because you want to have your home look like someone else’s, unfortunately your motives may not be optimal to give you the best results.  Before you launch into a renovation, make sure you have a clear plan and valid motivation – the renovation may take some time, be expensive, and be a major inconvenience while it’s underway, so doing it for the wrong reasons will make it hard to stick it out to the end.

Are you ready to tackle your home renovation? Whether it is a new kitchen, remodelling your bathroom, or making some minor renovations around the house in preparation for selling, TRO Canada is the place to call.  Our expert team will make sure they have everything covered when it comes to getting you the results you want in a timely and economical way. Call us today to find out more!

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