FAQ

Do you hold a license recognized by the Régie du bâtiment du Québec?

It is our duty as a general contractor to ensure that we have a valid RBQ license. In addition to our license, our liability insurance covers our clients with a protection up to 2 million dollars.

What are the areas you cover?

We cover the Montreal’s South Shore and the Greater Montreal.

Do you offer a guarantee on the work?

The work will be guaranteed for a year.

Do I need a city permit for my renovation project?

It is important to check with your municipality to see if your project requires a permit. Indeed, your municipality will be able to validate the conformity of the works which will be carried out, according to the regulations of your zoning.

Will there be a contract to sign?

You will have a formal contract that will contain all the project’s details. You will be able to establish the terms and conditions of the contract before signing it.

Do I need to plan a budget for the renovation project before contacting you for a quote?

We recommend that you plan a budget so that we can be better prepared to respond to your needs. By establishing your priorities, it will be easier for the contractor to guide you throughout the different steps of your project. Budget in hand, the contractor will be able to guide you as to what materials can be used and the scope of the work that can be done.

Can the cost of the work change during a contract? What happens in the case of unexpected expenses?

No work not having been stated in the contract will be done without your approval. You will be informed of all unexpected events that pop up during the project. In the case of unexpected events, we will provide you with a cost estimate for the work to help you in your decision-making process.

Will there be a lot of dust during the renovation?

Dust and debris will be most present in the demolition phase of the project. Once this will be done, the work space will be much cleaner. At the end of the day, our team makes sure that the site is clean. In addition, the part of your home being renovated will be isolated from the rest of the house using plastic sheeting.

Will I need to store my furniture in another location?

Before the project starts, it would be important to take a few precautions, such as removing any decorative wall art and protect your furniture that is near the work site. Seeing as each project is different, the project manager will cover what needs to be done prior starting the project and inform you of the difference steps of the project.

Do I need to leave my home during the renovations?

Should you be renovating your entire home or doing work that will create a lot of dust such as sanding, we recommend leaving your home for the duration of the work. However, our service is structured to minimize the delays between the stages of the project to reduce the total renovation time. Consequently, most of our clients decide to stay in their homes during the renovations.