Do you have an elderly relative moving into your home? If so, you may have concerns about their mobility now and in the future, and whether your home can accommodate them.
Many homeowners are looking to have several rooms in their home renovated, but sometimes, they prefer to have the renovation completed in stages. These homeowners may feel like they don’t have the budget to do a complete renovation in one phase, or are concerned about the amount of time and work that a full renovation will entail.
Although you may have found your “dream home,” as you know, there’s always room for improvement. To ensure your house speaks to your personality, and doesn’t resemble all of the other houses on your street, we recommend that our clients add a unique touch to their home renovation.
A home transformation is an exciting process that some of our clients choose to undergo to update elements of their existing structure. While some homeowners gravitate toward a more modernized version of their current home, they may also wish to improve some of the more practical elements of the structure.
Historic homes are a uniquely rewarding challenge. In order to raise the second floor of a heritage home in Unionville, Ontario, Master Edge Homes applied innovative design techniques to maintain the structural integrity of the home, providing an incredible end-result that the homeowners will enjoy for generations to come.
How do you go about determining your style? At Master Edge Homes, we’re more than happy to help our clients come up with what they’re looking for in their renovation, but oftentimes, it can be helpful to do some research on your own.