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October 2011 Home Renovation Newsletter

October 31, 2011

In this issue of reVISION’s Renovation Newsletter:

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Win two tickets to the Grey Cup!

grey cupWe are seeking pictures of your dated and dysfunctional kitchens! The winner will receive 2 tickets to the Grey Cup in Vancouver on November 27th, 2011 with additional access to the Lion’s Den Entertainment after the game. The deadline for entries is October 31st, 2011. Please send in a jpeg file (upload size 5MB) to info@revisionrenovations.com with your name, e-mail address and phone number. The winner will be posted in the November 19th, 2011 newsletter. The winner will be contacted directly by November 7th, 2011 by phone.

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Coats for Kids

GVHBA launches its 16th annual Coats for Kids campaign on Monday, November 21, 2011. The public will be invited to drop off apparel at participating members’ offices or sales centres from November 21 to December 9, 2011.

The public response last year was heartwarming, with more than 3,000 coats, scarves, gloves, mittens, blankets, toques and toys donated for distribution to families in need throughout the Greater Vancouver area by the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau and other agencies.

For more information on the campaign and to view participating members please visit http://www.gvhba.org/.

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Designers at Large

Designers at Large has produced a limited edition of 75 ‘Listen | Closely’ lamp shades made from the legacy sails fabric from Canada Place. The title of the project is meant to encourage us to stop and reconsider the people and objects we encounter in our daily lives.

Only when we Listen | Closely can we truly appreciate the potential of our surroundings.

Lamp shades are selling for $150 (incl. HST). All proceeds from the sales will be donated to the HomeStart Foundation. http://www.homestart.ca/

For more information please contact Kevin Wharton at kevin@designersatlarge.com

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reVISION Teaches the Teachers

Todd Senft, president of reVISION Custom Home Renovation recently volunteered as a speaker for “Renovation Survival” at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. He provided teachers with tips on how to survive a home renovation with topics such as: How to Hire a Contractor to Details of a Written Renovation Agreement. He included a long list of government rebates and incentives for teachers to take advantage of. You can view that list at: http://www.homeperformance.com/.

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reVISION’S Projects in Progress

Create No Waste

Statistics from Light House Sustainability revealed that an 86% Recycle/ Reuse Rate was achieved! This full on recycling pilot project is finally completed and our mission to “Create No Waste” has succeeded! Here’s a slight taste of the project. Join us on Facebook to view the entire project of this environmentally friendly home.

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Before

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After: A new look for a character home

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After: Welcome to your updated home!

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After: Enjoy the view from your private roof top deck!

Visit us on Facebook to see progress pictures of this project and many others!

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  • I want to thank you again for the great service you have personally provided from start to finish of our project. It has been very much enjoyed and appreciated.

    I would be happy to speak with any future prospective customers on your and your companies behalf.

    , Vancouver
  • We have undertaken several projects over the past couple of years using your company’s services and have found you to be attentive to our needs and concerns, responsive to our requests, and as efficient as the busy construction industry can under existing conditions.

    , Tsawassen
  • When our renovations were complete, we were very pleased with the quality and detail of the work that had been done. Also the estimated time in which Todd quoted at the beginning was accurate.

    , Richmond
  • Todd is very organized and detail-oriented as well as being incredibly reliable…Todd represents a high level of professionalism within the work being done as well as on a personal level.

    , Vancouver
  • A special thanks is due to Todd for seeing to it that the work progressed efficiently, with materials and trades people arriving when needed.

    , Langley
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