A retired couple in Langley, purchased a new home one year ago, needed a washroom upgrade as the fixtures were not conducive to their limited mobility. We carefully listened to the clients needs and presented them with an alternate design that enabled them to fully enjoy their bathroom facilities. Additional benefits included up to code plumbing and an enlarged walk in closet.
This couple with a young son purchased a home with the goal of completely renovating the space to better serve their family needs. The interior looked tired and had been subjected to a variety of haphazard and poorly executed renovations. The house was gutted from top to bottom and a new design was created to meet the family's goals. The kitchen and two existing washrooms were completely updated with new cabinets and fixtures and a new washroom in the basement was conceived. A proper laundry room was also established in the basement section of the house. The original aluminum windows and sliders were removed and energy efficient vinyl replacements installed. Flooring and paint throughout made the interior warm and comfy and a beautiful fiberglass front door completed the transformation and offered the owners and their guests the friendly invitation that all great homes require.
The car dealership's showroom floor consisted of an area that was not well suited for conducting sales. The offices were cramped and made clients and sale staff uncomfortably close. In addition the parts department had no pass through window for communication so every service employee was required to walk out into the hallway and through a side door to collect parts. We expanded the office space and reconfigured the doors and glass partitions to make the offices larger and brighter. We installed a pass through window to increase efficiency between the parts and service departments all while the dealership continued to operate at full capacity and without affecting their interactions with the clients.