Happy customers are what we strive for and we know if our renovation and construction work is good by the glowing feedback and accolades we receive. Don’t listen to us tell you how good we are, listen to what our customers are saying.
February 22, 2015
Late last summer my wife and I engaged Jamie Laurin and his company, CSC Renovations, to design and construct a fill-in addition to our two story home. We wanted to better utilize some 80 ft2 of new floor space that would open the lower level and serve to join to separate rooms to provide a more expansive and open entertainment environment. In accordance with good practice, we obtained quotes for what we envisioned from three firms. CSC Renovations was selected for the job for three reasons: the personal confidence Jamie Laurin instilled in us concerning his hands-on ability to undertake the work; the most effective cost/benefit quote we received; the excellent reviews of his work garnered from his previous clients. We were not disappointed. Jamie involved us in every decision of the project and its’ scheduling, allowing for maximum flexibility in us changing our minds on plans as the work progressed. True to his word, he is almost overly-fastidious with cleaning up each day and running a project that is the least intrusive to the occupants.
We are thoroughly pleased with every aspect of our new addition – it fulfilled every idea we had envisioned of its impact on the floor plan; despite the small increase in area, the whole was greater than the sum its parts. Moreover, from the exterior, it is not evident that there was an addition made as it blends so well into the house it looks like it has always been part of it. We attach several photos: the interior of the room before renovation, the exterior fill-in workspace at the commencement of the project, the completed interior and the matched exterior.
If you are considering engaging CSC Renovations for your project, feel free to call us for an opinion from a satisfied client. Jamie has our number.
Ralph and Dorothy Sturgeon