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Trends Spotlight: The New Reno Must-Do’s

Canadians spent more than $80 billion1 on home improvements in 2019. And with everyone home for much of the pandemic, that number has likely not changed much to date. With home offices and everyone under one roof the new norm, many homeowners have embraced the fixer-up mood. These days, better use of space and added comfort are the name of the game driving improvements.

Here are four tips to add to your home reno to-do list:


From smaller projects like upgrading or relocating plumbing fixtures to big ones like installing a curbless shower or increasing your drain size, plumbing changes can be expensive, time-consuming and highly technical. Make sure you reach out to our plumbing experts to get it right.

Water Heating

More time at home probably means higher energy bills and higher demand for hot water. Tankless water heaters not only provide water when you need it, they’re more energy efficient, environmentally friendly and save space.

Water Filters

We use about 220L2 of water at home each day — for cooking, cleaning, bathing, laundry and drinking. Water filtration and treatment can enhance the quality of that water and contribute to your family’s day-to-day comfort and hydration. Fortunately for you, we offer various solutions including a reverse osmosis system, whole house water filters, and even water softeners to help improve your home comfort.

Indoor Air Quality

Air contaminants and pollutants in the air — from dust and cigarette smoke to mold, fungi, bacteria, dust mites, pollen and more — can all lead to health concerns. UV filters, whole-home HEPA filters, humidifiers and other solutions can be a smart investment for your family’s wellbeing.

1CBC News
2 Government Of Canada

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