Chris Worth, Real Estate Agent with Royal LePage Supreme Realty talks about how buyers find value in Toronto’s Spring Real Estate Market Jeffrey: I have with me, Chris Worth, who is a real estate agent with Royal LePage Supreme Realty. Chris, could you tell us a little about your real estate practice? Chris: Sure.
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With about 99% of the work done, we are just waiting for a few small pieces to call this project a ‘wrap!’ Some work still has to get done in the bathrooms as well as some other projects going on in the basement. We take a look at the tempered glass stairs with a stainless
With most of the big work out of the way, the installers are completing the final details for the kitchen reveal. The owners love the orientation and functionality of their new kitchen and the amount of storage is more than ample for their needs. The teak details on the island as well as over the
With this house project’s custom kitchen installation, we needed to make sure that the Millwork fabricator would be able to make all of the details which will make this truly a unique space. From the teak veneer fronting the island to the complicated cabinetry, it is not your run of the mill kitchen. But for
There is so much to get done in the last few weeks of a project, Beautiful hard maple flooring, glass tile are only a few of the details left to do on our latest custom house. In a few days the kitchen will be arriving and the installers will spend about a week putting it
We have had to do a lot of work on site (and off) to make sure the custom stairs are ready and will be installed correctly. Its always a bit of a challenge to make things align properly that are constructed off site, but proper drawings (and some supervision) are essential so that things
When the drywall goes up in a house, you can really start to see what the interiors will look like once the place is finished. Its also time to have all the fixtures ready to be installed and that will be what we will concentrate on in the upcoming weeks.Meanwhile the brick is up
With the good weather we’ve been having here recently the bricklayers have made great progress in laying brick around the house. With the tight tolerances between the brick and the windows we wanted to make sure we left as little as possible to chance. That meant that we laid out the “coursing” for how
Getting the windows and french doors installed has been a bit of a challenge especially when it comes to getting the locations exactly right due to the tight tolerances on this project. The windows have to line up with the bricks on the exterior so we can maintain the crisp look on the exterior. Things
Getting the ductwork around the structure is always a challenge on a house but a particular condition in the attic has caused our HVAC contractor to pull out all the stops and be extra creative to make sure it can all fit! Â [xyz-ihs snippet=”FiveSecrets”]
With a bit of warmer, drier weather the contractors have been able to do the roofing and get the shingles installed which will allow work to continue on the interiors. There will be a lot of sub trades arriving in the next two weeks including electrical, HVAC, and plumbing so there will be a lot
From a big pile of wood dropped off the back of a truck to a complex three dimensional structure, the roof trusses are what makes the roof of this house stand up. [xyz-ihs snippet=”GuideToControl”]
The contractors have been making a lot of progress over the past two weeks and have almost finished with the wall framing. The one area they were waiting to confirm dimensions for was the long run along the back of the house where we are installing floor to ceiling windows and several french doors. At
Now that the weather has improved the contractors are making good progress in catching up for the break that happened for a few weeks back in the winter. They are pouring concrete in the basement and as that cures will be constructing the floor platform for the ground floor. Once they are finished with the
Back in January, the contractors poured the concrete foundations during a warm spell. Since then a couple of Â weeks of frigid temperatures have prevented them from making much more progress. We had a bit of a thaw so the ground softened up and the steel posts and steel beams were put in place this week.