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The Smart Reno team is well aware of the impacts COVID-19 has on the renovation industry. As we navigate through this uncertainty, we want to share some thoughts with you as we all navigate this rapidly evolving situation together.Health
First and foremost, our community's health and safety is our top priority. We do hope that you and your families are keeping safe.
Our website will remain functional and you can continue to reach our team by email or phone. We are happy to stay in touch to help you navigate through these challenging times.Government imposed guidelines
As government guidelines are revised on a daily basis, we encourage both homeowners and contractors to follow the guidelines in their jurisdiction and adjust their normal way of doing business accordingly.
Some impacts may include:
Homeowners can continue to submit projects on our website, and take this time to thoroughly plan your home renovation projects to be ready once business resumes. As a reminder, Smart Reno offers a free Cost Estimator to help you plan your next renovation project.
We encourage our network of contractors to continue to engage in conversations with homeowners using alternative options like phone and video. Contractors can also submit quotes remotely, and help clients plan their next renovation to ensure they're prepared for the future.Keep in touch
We want to hear from you! Do not hesitate to contact our team who are available to assist you through any of your home renovation needs.
Stay healthy!The Smart Reno team
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over 10 years
We have a large deck that needs refinishing. There are also spots of rotted wood that need to be replaced. Overall dimensions:
- 372 sq ft of decking
- 27 sq ft in stairs
- 82 linear ft of the railing (37"-38" high, ~200 verticals)
- landing: 36" x 51"
- staircase 1: 7 steps, 34" wide, 9" deep
- deck level 1: 13'8" x 12'
- deck level 2: 12' x 16'3"
- staircase 2: 2 steps, 8' wide, 9" deep
Apart from the landing and staircase 1, the whole deck is close to ground level: level 1 is about 18" up, and level 2 is about 8" up.
Job steps, if I were doing it myself:
1) strip remnants of old paint
2) remove rotten wood
3) replace rotten bits
4) wash the whole thing
5) sand it
6) stain it
7) seal it
I need a wood deck floor built for a balcony. It is 8x11. I’d like it built in two sections so that I can lift up and clean underneath from time to time. It will be on a concrete surface and will have outdoor furniture top. I want a quality deck preferably with wood lumber. I would be happy to buy the lumber or to have the contractor buy the lumber as part of the quote. Ideally, the lumber is 11 feet long boards but flexible. It would require the building and assembly of the decking floor.
- My bathroom is approx. 6.5' x 6.5'
- Looking to do a full gut (new bath, floor, vanity etc...)
- Not looking to move any plumbing points