Tips

  • Insulate your roof and benefit from the RénoVert tax credit

    By toit on 20 May 2016
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    Has winter been tough on your snow- and ice-covered roof? To solve these snow and ice problems for next winter, plan to have your roof insulated. By entering into an agreement before April 1, 2017, you’ll also benefit from the RénoVert tax credit and get a refund of up to $10,000. Consider the following information before starting your renovations. In

  • Recommended by CAA

    By toit on 17 June 2014
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    We are proud to be part of the network of businesses recommended by CAA. Each business recommended by CAA is assessed according to specific criteria: Sale and installation of stone-coated steel shingles Sale and installation of asphalt shingles Sale and installation of ancestral roofing (metal roofs or roofing) Skylights Solutions for ice damming problems Roof insulation and ventilation Roof snow

  • Prevention

    By toit on 17 June 2014
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    An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure If your roof is showing signs of age, we recommend that you have renovations done as soon as possible. Indeed, if you delay renovating your roof, you risk severely damaging your home’s structure. Installing a new roof protects and enhances the value of your home. Here are some signs of

  • Invest

    By toit on 17 June 2014
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    Tax credits Your roof is an investment Roofing is the most important renovation on a house. An expenditure that’s as infrequent as it is long-term deserves all of your attention. Renovating your roof will increase the market value of your home. When you sell your home, the potential buyer may want to considerably lower the purchase price if the roof