September 2013 Newsletter

September 2013 Newsletter - Read this home renovation insight now.

In this issue of reVISION's Renovation Newsletter:

To Build or Renovate Your Vancouver Home

Many homeowners have the question whether to renovate their vancouver home or build new. Here are a couple of factors to consider:Get an estimate - Before you commit to a renovation or new build, getting an estimate can give you a sense of how much you will be spending. This will give you the ability to decide whether it's worth living in your space or starting new.Find a good contractor - Choosing a contractor is choosing a partner. You will be working together for an extended period, so trust, competence and common goals are key. Ask the tough questions, check references and trust your instincts. Read more...Back to School Home Organization TipsKirsten Sutton, head designer at reVISION Custom Home Renovations Inc. shares some tips on how to keep your home organized during this busy time of the year."The start of a new school year is about to begin! A clean and organized workspace achieves time management, reduces stress, and provides the ideal study spot. Listed below are tips to organize your home for the perfect grade." Read moreChoosing Tile for Your RenovationTiles have been used for thousands of years. reVISION researches the benefits of different types of tiles."Glass tiles - Very sanitary and easy to clean. They come in a variety of jewel and neutral tones.Porcelain tiles: Porcelain tiles are very beautiful to look at and very durable. Compared with stone, they can be just as eyecatching without the added price tag.Natural Tiles - Natural tiles are ideal for a luxurious space. Because they are made from naturally occurring stone, each tilehas a variation in colour and texture. The most popular types of natural stone tiles are:" Read more...reVISION'S Featured Project

More Room Please - Interior Renovation and Rear Addition

For our family of four it was important to implement a design that would modernize the home's curb appeal within the bones of the existing Vancouver traditional structure.Opening up the kitchen, dinning and living room created a perfect area for our parents to relax, entertain and enjoy the view of the outdoors.

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