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Open Concept Living – Why Everyone is Making the Change

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We’ve seen this trend happening for years now, and I can assure you that it isn’t going anywhere – open concept living is here to stay, and it’s only going to get better and better, and that’s great news, because it’s the best layout there is.

Jingle Tales

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With the holiday season just about upon us, decorating and design is at the forefront of many homeowners’ minds nowadays. From garland and tinsel to stockings, wreaths, and lights, making your home beautifully festive and holiday party-ready is something that most all of us can relate to in one form or another.

Remodel vs. Renovation. What’s the Difference?

A remodelled or renovated home by a contractor in st. catharines, ontario

“Hey honey, we should definitely do a remodel!” he says. “Okay!” You respond. But then you stare off into space, thinking about that tv show you watched last night. And then you think… “But I thought it was called a renovation???”

Ha! This would not be the first time this has happened. And why? To tell you the truth, I don’t know. Maybe the term “renovation” has been over used on HGTV and “remodel” was tossed to the side because it sounded less sexy. Maybe it’s a Canadian thing. Who knows.

5 Benefits of Renovating Your Home in 2023

A St. Catharines house remodelled and with an addition added for a Niagara Region homeowner by a St. Catharines Contractor

Moving into a new home can be stressful. Arguably, it’s actually one of the most stressful life events that we can go through. So, given the world economic climate at the moment, it’s no surprise that more and more homeowners are remaining in their homes as opposed to buying a new property.