Families can be messy. It doesn’t seem to matter how many children or pets there are. They’re busy, and they have stuff, and they often don’t take the time to put things away.
Sometimes that’s because there’s not really a sensible or easy place to put it.
If you’re thinking about cleaning up all that stuff and organizing it into a peaceful efficiency, you might ask your RenoMark™ renovator to build you a workable space. It might be a mud room or laundry room. It might be a whole new addition with lots of built-in storage. Whatever it is, it will probably make a big difference in your life.
The most important aspect of such an undertaking, however, is to get the right renovator. If you hire a renovator who carries the RenoMark™ logo, you’ll be hiring a professional.
RenoMark™ renovators agree to a renovation-specific Code of Conduct that can make the difference between a professional job and one you can’t necessarily count on.
When you hire a RenoMark™ renovator, you will receive a detailed, written contract. You will have the comfort of knowing your renovator carries a minimum of $2 million liability insurance and all the applicable licenses and permits. RenoMark™ renovators offer a minimum two year warranty, have coverage for workplace safety and employers’ liability (and/or work with subcontractors who carry this coverage). They maintain a safe and organized worksite. They return phone calls within two business days. They are members in good standing of their local Home Builders Association, such as the Greater Ottawa Home Builders Association; and they abide by the association’s code of ethics.
Your RenoMark™ renovator will help you decide what you need and what can be done to re-fashion your home or part of it, whether it’s a new addition or new room– to suit your messy family. Check them out here.
By Francie Healey, written for the Greater Ottawa Home Builders’ Association Renovators Council