Month: September, 2015
We have bought our tickets for this year’s Chair Affair charity event on Friday October 30th, 2015 at the International Centre on Airport Road.
We look forward to celebrating the event with the top Toronto interior designers, some of which we have partnered with in the past who are showcasing their chair transformations.
Both Dave and I are looking forward to the event!
Furniture Bank is registered charities and not-for-profit organizations designed to provide gently used household furnishings to individuals and families in need, at little or no cost.
Once again the 2015 Fall Home Show in Toronto will have Dave from Toronto Custom Concepts hosting the ‘Ask A Renovator’ consultation desk inside of the BILD and Renomark booth area. This is a great way for folks to ask any type of renovator question to Dave to get input on the design, layout, materials, and building codes for their renovation project.
We just completed an Etobicoke bungalow home renovation that required us to remove a couple of internal walls including a structural wall holding up the house and roof. So we essentially opened up almost the entire home including the ceiling up to the rafters to insert a massive 30 foot structural beam across the entire length of the home.
The city inspectors were pleased with the construction and noted to the home owners that the beam was even beyond what the building code required. So once the home was secure we continued on to renovate the kitchen, basement, hallways and floors to the delight of our client.
Wanted to share a current home remodel project that we are doing that had an old fireplace stripped to it’s bare bone, and then rebuilt back up 20 feet to an angled rooftop. The new stone fireplace included the installation of a 900 pound natural stone hearth, and a custom design with 4 wood shelves and built-in TV enclave. Our fireplace team laid out the entire fireplace stone layout on the ground first to confirm the size and colour pattern with our client. Looks great!