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Thinking about making home improvements?

Updated: Jul 20

Let’s be honest, we all want to walk in a house with that Castle, Mansion, 1 million buck’s home feeling. Accomplishing this may require an expert to remodel your house, someone who is willing to cover all construction scopes, someone you can trust for every single stage.


So, to make this easier for you we want you to ask yourself smart questions when planning a renovation. You need to understand why you would like to do it and what you want, in that way you can get the right and best service.


Questions like, Where should I prioritize my spending? What’s the best renovation for my house? How is the market of renos?


“According to the 2019-2020 CIBC Home Renovations Poll, 49% of Canadians planned to renovate their homes, budgeting $10,211 on average. Among those who completed recent renovations, 39% went over budget – demonstrating how out of control renos can really get”


You may like to do any of the three types of renovations.


One of them is Lifestyle renovation, for pleasure. Or second, retrofit projects, like upgrading insulation. Or the last one, maintenance renovations, like fixing leaks from your roof or caulking windows.


Magnus Construction Services has 13 years of experience working in every single renovation category, whether for pleasure, upgrades, or maintenance. The best is that we cover all, so you will only have to deal with one contractor.


Some of the renos you can think are

  • Spray Foam Insulation

  • Insulation, Drywall & Upgrades (Attics, Roofs & Walls)

  • Insulation Removal & Refill

  • Testing Remediation Services (Mold, Asbestos, Lead)

  • Abatement and Disinfection

  • Asphalt Roofing (50 yr shingles) & Repairs

  • Flat & Metal roofing rehabilitation with seamless system coatings

  • Intumescent Coatings & Thermal Barriers

  • Spray Applied Waterproofing (Pools, Ponds, etc)

  • Kitchen, bathrooms, bedrooms

  • Garage & Basement Finishing

If you are planning to sell your house, these are the percentage of your cost that you may recover after renovations. * Data Source: The Global Mail




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