Unlock the potential of your space and build the home of your dreams with our expert renovation and construction tips.
When it comes to home renovations, few decisions have as much impact as choosing the right flooring. With various flooring types available, each offering its unique charm, durability, and maintenance requirements, selecting the ideal flooring for your home can be daunting.
If you're gearing up to sell your home in the spring, dedicating some of your fall season to ticking items off your to-do list and finishing a few home renovations is a wise investment with promising long-term returns.
As the leaves start to change and the air becomes crisper, fall marks the perfect time for homeowners to consider sprucing up their spaces with some well-thought-out renovations. Whether you're aiming to enhance your living space's comfort and functionality or preparing to put your house on the market, fall presents a fantastic opportunity to embark on remodeling projects that can elevate your home's aesthetics and value.
When it comes to a basement renovation, homeowners typically opt for a standard renovation project that elevates the space’s bare bones, making it more homey, warm and comfortable. However, over the past few years, we’ve witnessed a new trend of homeowners taking this project to the next level, cultivating and creating unique spaces that offer many benefits, from increasing one’s home's value to meeting their family's special needs.
Does your cottage need some sprucing? Renovating a cottage is an exciting endeavour that allows owners to breathe new life into their beloved retreat. But, before anyone begins diving into the renovation process, it's essential that they consider several key factors to ensure a successful and enjoyable transformation, especially one that will stand the test of time.
Home renovation can be an exciting yet overwhelming endeavor for many homeowners. It's an opportunity to upgrade your living space and increase your return on investment, all while creating a home that reflects your personality and style. However, with so many renovation options available, such as repainting, updating your fixtures, or building complete home additions, deciding your next project can take time and effort.
Many believe the most important decision you'll make during a home renovation relates to your project's design, material selection, or overall aesthetics. But the most important decision starts before you even reach this point. It's the decision to complete the project by working with contractors or going the DIY route.
During a home renovation project, there are many things that you need to consider, plan for, and make decisions on. From the materials used for the project to the colour scheme to the floor plan layout, it is safe to say that it can be an overwhelming process if you're new to home renovations, especially when you have to make design decisions.
Your budget is one of the most important aspects you will work on when planning your home renovation. This key element will help you, the homeowner, determine many aspects of your reno, including; what projects can and can't be completed, how much is available to spend on materials, what aspects you'll be able to splurge on and where you'll need to save. Needless to say, a well-thought-out budget is essential to ensure your project will run smoothly.
Being a family-run and started business, the members at Generation Construction genuinely understand the importance of family and the need to create a home that can accommodate multiple generations. This is why we, and so many other Canadian homeowners, are so excited about the introduction of the new refundable Multigenerational Home Renovation Tax Credit.
Planning a home addition is an exciting project that allows you to expand your home as your family or needs grow and evolve. Though this is an excellent project that will allow you to fall back in love with your home, once again, it can be an overwhelming task.
When planning a home renovation, it’s normal to want or expect to see a high return on investment after the work is done. However, not all projects lead to a high return, and not all materials or aesthetics will have potential buyers jumping at the chance to put an offer in on your place.
We understand that home renovation projects can be exciting, but also expensive. Which is why so many homeowners opt in to complete the tasks either themselves or with some family friends who have the appropriate skill sets.
To many homeowners’ surprise, not all home improvement projects will lead to a great return on investment. This is why we always ask our clients what their end goal is for the renovation. If they are looking to simply elevate and update their home to be more to their liking, then really, anything goes. But if the desired outcome is a project that leads to a great ROI, then there are certain projects that we highly recommend over others. Mainly because no matter the year, season, or ongoing trend, that project is guaranteed to add value.
Renovating your home is a huge undertaking and depending on the project it can be very expensive, especially if you're hiring a contractor and his/her team. This is why it is so important to ensure that you select the right contractor for your home and your project.
Before diving into any renovation project or hiring your contractor, the first thing you’ll do when preparing for your project is develop your budget.
When it comes to costly home renovations or upgrades, kitchen projects are definitely up there! While small and simple tasks can be done to improve the look and feel of this space, truth be told, if you really want to make an impact and upgrade your space, it’s going to cost you.
When it comes to renovating our client’s bathroom, there is one mistake that we commonly find, time and time again. Though it is a step in any bathroom reno project that may seem a little odd, it is one that is absolutely crucial in terms of preventing structural damage and the growth of mold.
Bathroom renovations are always a fun and exciting project! Not only do they help to elevate the look and feel of your home, creating a serene space to get ready or unwind, but they also provide a great return on investment. However, as fun as they are, it doesn’t matter whether it’s a complete renovation of the whole room or a small project to upgrade the space, it’s still a huge undertaking and one that you need to be prepared for.
It’s around that time that residents of the Greater Toronto Area get excited knowing that Spring is right around the corner. And while that means longer days and warmer weather, it also means that it’s time to start those highly anticipated home renovation projects.
There’s no doubt about it, kitchen renovations are expensive! This is why you want to ensure that you have a contractor team that will not only help make your vision come true.
Welcome 2022! While we enjoyed the past year and all of the trends, renovation crazes and home developments that it had to offer, we’re excited to look forward and welcome in the new and fresh energy that this year has in store.
Every seller wants to get the best price for their condo, which is why so many owners invest time and money into renovating their space before listing it.
Renovating your condo is fun, exciting, and can easily provide a great return on investment. However, unlike a stand alone home, the process for renovating a condo is quite different.