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Glen Williams

Glen Williams

Your House, Your Home:

With any renovation you want to freshen your décor, replace what is worn, let in the light, decrease clutter, improve flow.

Just don’t throw out the baby with the bathwater.

Be wary of permanent innovations that are at odds with the original architecture of your house. And their innovators. You decide.

Understand that what is modern is by definition stale-dated. Do you want your home to be recognized for its own particular character or its best-before date?

And your bottom-line considerations: we have all heard the expression, ‘less is more’; less intervention can be more; less intervention can cost less.

How to Get the Most out of Your Next Renovation:

In the rough-and-tumble world of home renovation, it isn’t always enough just to think you know what you want. It helps to spell it out. Contractors abhor risk and their response to uncertainty is usually to raise their price.

Avoid paying the premium for uncertainty by forearming yourself with a plan, ideally one which reflects a contractor’s understanding of the construction of your home.

Home renovation can be disruptive but to have a plan is to know what to expect. And to get respect for your bottom line.

Help Where You Need It:

You may have already planned your renovation or you may be only thinking about it. We can help: with a plan that builds on the best features of your house; by executing your plan with sensitivity and attention to detail.