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2015 March

Front Door Details

     March 30, 2015 0 Comments

The front of the house is slowly taking shape and it’s going to be lovely! When we had this rendering created by KRN Residential Design, they used the exact door that we have on order from Sunview Windows & Doors: same glass, same colour, same dimensions. When we met with the great people from Sunview…

“Foam Sweet Home” – Spraywest

     March 25, 2015 0 Comments

We set a deadline for some work to be completed by and our trusty contractors met it with zero issues. Our electricians from DC-10 Systems were working under a tight schedule to make sure all the wiring that had to be done on exterior walls was completed because the sprayfoam was scheduled! We hired Spraywest Inc., a…

Let there be light!

     March 24, 2015 0 Comments

We stopped by the house and got chatting about potlights with our electricians, DC-10 Systems. We have two options for potlights: your standard potlight where all parts are purchased separately and assembled, or an all-in-one LED potlight. You can probably guess which one we went with! Nathan and Byron hooked one of the LED potlights…

Beautiful Built-Ins…… everywhere!

     March 23, 2015 0 Comments

When we designed this house with KRN Residential Design, we left out some storage closets to allow for bigger rooms. You may be thinking, “Wait, what? You left out closets??” but hear me out! Would you rather have a tiny hallway closet with shelving that you jam pack full of towels and sheets, or ceiling height…

House Siding

     March 19, 2015 0 Comments

The day has arrived! Work has begun on the exterior of the house. Jorge and his crew from Stucco Industries started the prep work for the stucco that will soon be applied! We’ve been patiently waiting for the weather to give us a break, and that break is here. Jorge had his equipment brought on…

Basement Prep

     March 16, 2015 0 Comments

There is finally some heat in the house! To prepare the basement floor for concrete, the frost level in the ground had to be broken which meant we needed a lot of heat! Bouss Construction was on site preparing the basement for concrete and the first step was to keep the heat (generated by a propane…