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If you’ve ever watched a home renovation show you’re familiar with the formulaic and clear-cut residential remodelling process that seems a bit too good to be true. Unfortunately, reality TV has never been great at representing its namesake.

Home renovations allow you to improve and expand your living space. But you want those changes to last. Creating beautiful home renovations isn’t as easy as it seems on TV and they never happen within an hour. However, our team at Urban Modulars knows what it really takes building quality into every renovation we complete.

And now, while we don’t want to dwell on the current state of the world with the pandemic, why not treat yourself to some quality. Stay home, stay safe, and stay in comfort.

The importance of quality for your home renovations

We have extensive experience helping residents renovate their homes. What we’ve learned is that the essential ingredient to a successful renovation is the quality of materials used in the build. Urban Modulars only workers with the finest suppliers and products for any renovation project.

But before the best materials are sourced, you must decide what you want out of your home renovation. Do you need more comfort? Or are you looking for convenience and improved function? Which spaces of the home will need changes?

Regardless, it’s important to consider condensation control in your planning. During our cold Canadian winter, our homes become especially prone to interior mould growth. Without proper vapour barriers installed, your dream home can quickly turn into an unmanageable space.

So, once you’ve decided what you want, and where you want it, it’s time for step two: material selection.

Quality materials for your home renovations

A durable construction project depends on the strength of its material. Hiring a contractor that is knowledgeable on material behaviour is vital to your renovation’s outcome. Each material has unique properties, such as durability, fire and corrosion resistance, flexibility, machinability, and electrical conductivity. All those properties can help you determine whether it is the right fit for you.

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