After the initial consultation, you’ll get a written estimate; then you’ll sit down with our designer to align the home renovations project plan with your vision.
Master Painting’s consultation process helps clarify what you want and what you don’t. Discover the potential of your home when knowing your quote isn’t going to change.
We help you keep “renovation fatigue” at bay and minimize stress with a stable financial plan.
— Dave Waldner, Founder
There are typically over 1,000 decisions that will need to be made over the course of your renovation.
To make those decisions as easy as possible, we’ve developed a forward-thinking system of “process control” that keeps renovation headaches to a minimum.
Every renovation starts with a sit-down with Dave where you show him what you want. Once complete, you’ll be provided with an initial estimate.
Hannah, our BCIT- certified interior designer, will meet with you to discuss the layout and overall design concept.
Time to select the material – such as flooring, countertop, backsplash and whatever else we’ll need to order for the project.
The paint is dry; you’re ready to move back in and get your home back.
We want to make sure everything is up to your exact standards, that nothing is missed, and that every detail is accounted for.
Turn your questions into fresh, unique solutions.
Work with our in-house interior designer to create inspiration and a practical living space.
Keep your project on-time and on-budget.
You have to consider cost, budget, and aesthetics when choosing material as well as your long term enjoyment.
Put the plan in motion.
Maintain control of the project from start to finish to help manage expectations and avoid stress
Take complete control over your space by reflecting the identity of your household: dinner with the family, lunch on the go, meal prep, homework and crafts – there are endless ways to design a space that works specifically for you.
Cater to your household needs with more storage; perhaps add a wall (or take one away), add space for a book bookshelf or outfit your entertainment room with convenient outlets for television and sound.
Perhaps a member of your household needs better accessibility (i.e. bathroom railing) or you just feel like upgrading your appliances because they’re starting to get outdated.