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The contractor was amazing.
He is a professional, he was ture to his word with the workmanship and the finish date
I would highly recommended this company
I have recieved many complements on my floors already. It's so nice when you get what you pay for I'm very happy
Gloria , Mississauga
We are extremely happy with our fence. He did not only our fence but our neighbours as well, plus had another neighbour a few doors down ask for a quote as well after seeing his work.
We could not be more happy with our kitchen or the contractor! They did a fabulous job, were great communicators, have excellent vendors and were really nice people who we really enjoyed working with.
They were respectful of our budget, our time and we would recommend them to anyone.
over 10 years
I'm looking for an inexpensive linoleum in a kitchen that is about 12' x 10'6" and a connected back entryway about 7' x 3'2". I have pulled up an old layer of the stick on lino tiles and cleaned up the adhesive as best I can using acetone. What's left is the old original lino, and I'd like the new flooring to just go on top of that.
I currently have an older 5/4 x 4" tongue and groove pine front balcony on the lower half of a duplex. The balcony is approx. 3' high and is 6' x 20' with two 4' sets of stairs (3 steps) and aluminum skirting.
I would like to have the decking and stairs replaced (wood or composite). Some of the supporting framework boards are in poor condition and would have to be replaced and some post work would also have to be done.
We would like to close in a patio door in the sunroom and a window in a closet. Remove the window/door, fill in the holes and drywall the inside and repair the siding (vinyl) on the exterior.