A client wanted something to put her 43-inch TV into and something to conceal the cable and stereo boxes. This 60-inch x 73 inch TV cabinet, all hand-cut, took her breath away. Painted in “farmhouse” ancient grey, the cabinet was exactly what the customer wanted.
A young couple in Westboro asked if their old porch could be restored. It couldn’t. The boards were rotten all the way through, even the posts. This simple deck and stairs is a replica of what was there before, which is exactly what the customer wanted.
A landlord in Vanier had some water leaks from the rental unit above the lower bachelor unit. Well beyond the patch repair requested for the unit, the rental was given a brand new ceiling, later painted flat white.
A Westboro family needed new baseboard in their historic home as the old boards had been removed and never replaced. These quality wood boards reveal perfectly mitered cuts and a high attention to detail.
New laminate flooring over an old concrete tile basement required specially cut strapping to account for the bowl-like sag. A new cork-backed laminate floor over a subfloor over foam and strapping glued and screwed to the concrete is perfectly level and will last for decades.
Large cedar deck built on cement posts, designed and built by Derek McNaughton.
A much larger fridge had to fit into the old opening without major modifications to the cabinets. The elegant solution cleverly concealed the changes, including the addition of a water line.