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When we say interior renovations it basically means anything indoors. When you think of renovations often times we thing of big projects but when it comes to interior renovations it can really mean a lot of little things.

Over time our homes’ interior requires maintenance, repairs, updating and modernization. Sometimes that means redoing the trim and painting while other times it means busting out a wall and making the place open concept. Let your imagination soar.

Kinds of Interior Renovations

Restorations and Remodels Updating or bringing your old home back to its original luster. Century homes are often in need of complete restoration, renovation or remodel.
Home Additions Sometimes our families outgrow our homes and we need more space. Additions are sometimes a solution to moving if space is the factor.
In-law Suites An in-law suite is basically a collection of rooms designed to accommodate aging parents. It can just be a bedroom with a bathroom, or sometimes even include a kitchen!
Income Properties the installation of an income suite (basement, apartment, upstairs flat) in your home. The rent can help you pay off your mortgage and provide a cushion if you ever lose your job. This can be another solution to downsizing a home that has outgrown your family.
Basements Refinishing Sometimes the cure for an undersized house is right underneath you. If you’re lucky enough to have a basement, transforming the underutilized space into a playroom, home theater, in-law apartment, office, gym, or some combination of these is a great way to expand your living space.
Attics If you want to use your attic on a regular basis or to store large items, you may need to enlarge the access opening and install an access ladder or drop-down stairs. If the attic has the potential to become a regular living space, special modifications are required by code to legally use the space.
Trim & Mouldings The finishing touches of your home, but also some of the most important. No other element in the renovation list requires more skill and accuracy than these finishing touches.


No matter what your interior renovation project might be, you can rely on us to deliver on budget and on time.

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  • What is a building permit?

    The body responsible for enforcing Ontario’s Building Code in your area issues permits for the construction, renovation, demolition and certain changes of use of buildings, and for the installation, alteration, extension or repair of on-site sewage systems. Building Code enforcement is generally carried out by municipal building departments, although in the case of on-site sewage systems, enforcement in some areas is conducted by boards of health and conservation authorities.

  • Why do you need to obtain a building permit?

    Building permits allow your municipality to protect the interests of both individuals and the community as a whole. By reviewing and approving building plans before any work is done, the municipality can ensure that buildings comply with:

    • the Building Code, which sets standards for the design and construction of buildings to meet objectives such as health, safety, fire protection, accessibility and resource conservation
    • the local zoning by-law and other planning controls on buildings
    • other applicable legislation, including conservation authority approvals and certain requirements under the Environmental Protection Act.
  • When do you need a building permit?

    You must obtain a building permit before you:

    • construct any new building over ten square meters in area or place another structure, such as a mobile home, on your property
    • make renovations or repairs or add to a building
    • excavate or construct a foundation
    • construct a seasonal building.

    Permits are also required for the installation, alteration, extension or repair of an on-site sewage system.

    Contact your municipality if you have any questions about when a building permit may be required.

  • How do you apply for a building permit?

    You can get an application for a building permit from either your municipality or the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing’s Building Code website under “publications”. (Visit But it’s a good idea to talk to the staff at your municipality before you apply. They can tell you what information, drawings and plans you’ll have to include with the application and whether you’ll need any other permits or approvals. Note that building permit applications are submitted to your municipality, not to the provincial government.

    When you apply, you’ll have to attach drawings, plans, and other documents. You may also have to pay a fee.

  • Where can I get information about the GST/HST rebate for New Housing Construction?

    The GST/HST Rebate for New Housing Construction is a program administered by the Government of Canada. For your reference, please find links and telephone numbers to the Government of Canada’s Revenue Agency below:

    GST/HST New Housing Rebate(link is external)

    Forms Line: 1-800-959-2221
    Info Line: 1-800-959-5525

  • What inspections are required for my interior renovation project?

    Several inspections are required during construction to ensure that all work is done according to the permit plans and the Ontario Building Code. For a list of required inspections, please refer to your local municipality.

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