At North Coast Design, a substantial amount of our work is residential renovations / additions. This can be anything from a walk-in-robe addition, a patio addition, second storey addition, remodeling the internal layouts or a complete overhaul of the entire house.
We are able to complete renovations of any size and degree of difficulty, as cliché as it sounds, there truly is no job to small or too large. Our structural drafting experience, combined with our architectural drafting experience ensures that we are the perfect candidate for your project. We can help with the initial design all the way until you receive your building approvals including assistance with choosing a builder or providing our trades list if you decide to owner-build.
As many of you may know, I try and regularly get out and take photos of our current and past projects during their construction phase, as well as upon completion. This is great not only to keep our followers up to date with our projects, but also for us to keep records of our previous projects and track their advancements (particularly on the larger jobs). It also allows me to keep in contact with our clients throughout their build, getting feedback on the builder or trades that the client may be using for their project.
A particular focus of these photos as of late has been obtaining before and after photos of our renovations. This then allows the clients to reflect upon the renovation as a whole, as well as showing our followers / future clients the contrast between the two. If a renovation is completed correctly, it will tie in to rest of the house, so to somebody that may not have seen the project before, they will have nothing to compare the renovation photos too.
Below is a gallery of predominately recent renovations that I was able to take before and after photos of.
For more photos of our renovation projects, please click here.
If you would like to organize a free consultation regarding your renovation project then please contact us today and who knows, it could be your before and photos up here one day.