January 2011 Renovation Newsletter - reVISION Custom Home Renovations

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January 2011 Renovation Newsletter

January 26, 2011

In this issue of reVISION’s Renovation Newsletter:


reVISION’S Projects In Progress

Create No Waste

reVISION is on a mission to “CREATE NO WASTE”. This full on recycling pilot project will have a top story addition and full Interior renovation. Here is just a slight taste of the project. Keep following us to find out the final recycling/re-use rate.

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Project photo
Before: This old chimney which has no use in this home, but still useful as a walkway on the neighbours property.


Fantastic False Creek

Located in “fantastic false creek”, steps away from the water, this two bedroom condo is receiving a full interior renovation. This home is ready for a new change and reVISION is on it! Make sure you keep up with us on our gallery to check out how this home is turned from old and tired to new and modern.

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Before: A poorly lit and dated kitchen
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Before: This ensuite bathroom is screaming for 2 sinks and spa-like shower


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Bathroom Renovation Tips

  • Design lighting that will make you look your best self. Quality lighting is essential. Create a shadow free lighting design with halogen pot lights enclosed in wall scones around your mirror. Installing a dimmer is great for modifying your lighting to fit your mood!
  • Create extra space. A tall, in-wall cabinet in between wall studs can maximize storage without minimizing floor space. The cabinet should be at least 3 inches in depth.
  • Create your own showering area. An open concept shower area, that has no need for curtains or doors, will provide a less confining space than a regular shower stall. Combine that with a ceiling mounted rain shower head and you will keep a drier outside area and create a more unique showering experience.
  • Take advantage of space – break some walls. If in your home you have back-to-back bathrooms, consider opening up space by having a shared shower with doors to access it from both rooms. You can also turn a closet into a small en-suite bathroom with a door to access shower
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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.

    Larry D, 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.

    Christopher T. Wilson – President, Faireharbour Strata NW 649, 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.

    Peter M., 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.

    David C., 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.

    Doug & Lyn B., Langley
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