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Checklist To Help Renovating Homeowners Achieve Their Goals


Suggestions From Our Renovators Know why you want to renovate: What problems are you trying to solve? instance – your bathroom may be cramped; you need more storage space in the kitchen; there is no place for the children to play or do their homework under your supervision.

Have a plan: Have a clear focus on what must be included in your project, as well as any other features you would like to include if your budget alhaves, and which ones would be nice to have,

Keep it simple: Whether you want to build on to your home, change roof lines or reconfigure interior space, consult with a professional renovator budget.

Select a RenoMark Renovator: Look for a professional RenoMark renovator. The RenoMark symbol tells you that your contractor has agreed to abide by the local home Code of Ethics as well as -specific Code of Conduct.


Check references: Ask about the renovator’s experience. Ask for references and check them out. Many renovators have design professionals or architects they work with. Contact these professionals and they will give you a quality of the materials and workmanship you seek, a take to finalize design, obtain building permits and other approvals. Your RenoMark renovator will select and manage experienced trades people such as electricians, plumbers, painters, drywallers etc.

When you make your decision to hire a professional the exact price including a schedule of payments; a

cause delays and add extra costs. Avoid renovators who offer to do work without a contract. This type of renovator may not be paying proadequate insurance, leaving you at financial risk.


Decide as early as possible how much money you want to spend. Speak to your lender and discuss the amount you can reasonably afford and the most suitable —your budget should such as draperies, blinds, furniture, and appliances.

Building permits: that involve changes to the structure or systems of your space by moving or removing walls; new window and/or door openings etc. Rethings that do not require a permit.

healthier and more energy-efficient. Consider the be to save water and energy and to improve air quality. Some examples are: • Energy-efficient appliances • Low -flow toilet, showerhead and faucets • Energy-efficient windows and exterior doors • Programmable thermostats • Energy• Energy-efficient hot water tank


Renovator Members

Angstrom Projects Ltd. Back To Basics Carpentry Inc. * Character Homes Ltd. Custom Touches (1988) Inc. * Dynasty Bath & Kitchen Centre Fortune Builders-Managers Ltd. *Harwood Design Builders Ltd. Inner City Developments Inc. Irwin Homes Ltd. Kelly Homes Mannington Custom Homes Ltd. * Maric Homes Moderno Homes Inc. *Newton Enterprises * Parkhill Homes * Pine Creek Homes Inc. * Prego Builders Ltd. Red Seal Builders * Rempel Builders

* Southwynn Homes Ltd. * Stefan Home Builders Ltd. Tyslau & Sons Ltd. * Master Renovators


MANITOBA HOME BUILDERS’ ASSO CI ATI ON

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Checklist to Help Renovating Homeowners Brochure  

A brochure to help renovating homeowners acheive their goals