Victoria Renovation Carpentry
Renovation Contractor in Victoria BC Since 2000
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Arts and Craft Deck, Addition and Stair
A new deck for a new yard
Cedar&Fir Sun Deck
French Doors Install
On going home improvements
Small back yard office and shed with a little flair
A great kitchen
Arts and Craft Deck Railing
A beautiful strong deck
Cedar Garden Ched
A small sun room
A two bedroom suite in a 900sf basement
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Renovations, Home repairs, Structural work, Basement suite and family suites, Adick development, Carport transformation, Additions, garages, Design, Kitchen and Bath renovations and additions, Plumbing, Electrical, Decks, Fences, Open concept kitchen dinning leaving room, Pergolas and Arbours, Wheelchair access ramps and home safety for disabled.
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Renovations in a Recession
The economy may be in a slump but renos are up. Why? Money is cheap
the federal and/or provincial governments offer renovation grants,
and tax credits. Also, due to a soft market, there are many homes for
sale and it is advisable to optimize your selling features. Increase the
value of your home and sell it quickly by choosing renovations wisely.
Consult with a licensed realtor or a qualified appraiser and find out
the current market value of your home, as well as the value of renovated
homes that are similar to yours within your area only. Ask your agent
to determine how much value each of these renovations would bring to your
home and the return on investment for each renovation. Comparable
Market Analysis (CMA) is the method used by real estate agents and
appraisers to determine home value. Appraisers look at large quantity
of properties that have sold near your home and adjust the price based
on the size and condition of your home, any additions you have made, such
as family room, another bathroom, basement suite or deck.
Check out references and ask:
You will need to be specific about the size of the renovation and the materials used. There can be a big difference in price between using manufactured flooring and hardwood or what countertop you want to use.
Top Renovation Returns Investment:
Don't forget to check out any government, energy and/or renovation rebates and grants you can receive. Also, work in the cost of any short term loans you need to get the renovation completed. You will now be able to determine if it is profitable to go ahead with those renovations.
See example below:
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