An R-2000 structural insulated panel (SIP) house which was bought by the first family to view it!

Built in 1991 near Ottawa, the careful design and site preparation means that it is probably the only home in the neighbourhood which never has to use a sump pump. The R-2000 features include not only energy savings and greater efficiency every year but also cleaner, healthier air and a quieter home.

A typical renovation project - a 100 year+ home near Kingston.

2001: As well as a new oil tank and electrics to meet insurance requirements, this home has benefitted from new windows and doors, drainage tile (for the first time!), new bathrooms and kitchen together with the enhanced plumbing and electrics as well as new roofs, insulation, ventilation and siding. We also did extensive landscaping and fixed the septic system.

Another extensive restoration project - an 1840 stone home near Stirling.

1996: Undoing the ravages of time and even use as a chicken house, we replaced the roof and entire main floor, the plumbing, electrics, fireplace and chimney and baseboard heaters. With the advice of one of Canada’s leading restoration architects, two dormer windows and a board-and-batten addition were added as well as a complete drainage system with comprehensive landscaping (moving, and adding, trees and shrubs, regrading and hydroseeding the three acre lawns, building an outdoor patio and pond with a waterfall, finishing with cedar post and rail fencing.)

A complete, new log home, complete with a sunlight basement, garage and workshop - overlooking Lake of the Woods in Kenora.

1976: With a wood-burning furnace and an energy-efficient, stone fireplace, this three bedroom, two bathroom home has given many years of inexpensive warmth and pleasure.

A project in downtown Kingston.

2002: This 1918 home was structurally sound (we checked as a part of our service!) but needed the ‘usual’ improvements to make it safe and efficient.

A major renovation project in downtown Ottawa.

1985: From complete new floors, bathrooms, kitchen, plumbing and electrics, conversion to more energy-efficient gas heating and hot water, through new windows, insulation and siding, even stained glass and raised flower beds, this much improved home doubled in value and was quickly sold to an appreciative buyer.

A Carleton Place reconstruction.

1989: Improved health for the residents through installation of a basement drainage system, new windows, kitchen, bathroom, insulation and siding (as well as happiness from a large workshop addition!)

An 1840 limestone apartment building in Sydenham Ward, (downtown) Kingston.

2000-2003: We managed this building throughout the project so that the complete redesign and improvement of the six apartments, the heating and electrical systems not only kept the tenants happy but also raised the revenues 25%, the value by 33% and reduced the utility costs by over 50%.


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