Want to build a home but you are worried that not being physically present on-site might lead to a nightmare?
Starting your new build can be challenging and daunting. Our free guide is designed to act as a starting point to give you more clarity on what you need to think about when you cannot be physically present during your build.
If you want to avoid the stress and sleepless nights, wondering what is happening with your build while you are not there, this free guide is perfect for you. You will find invaluable tips on the best practices to follow when you are unable to be on-site during the construction of your new home.
FREE Guide: Our Building Process
” We were very satisfied with the work completed by BCF Contracting. They really helped us out with selecting finishes that we were very happy with at the end of the project.”
– BRENDA FROM MISSISSAUGA
My husband and I hired BCF Contracting Group to renovate the main floor and second floor of our home. This house was built in the 1970’s and it looked like not much was done to it since then, so when we moved in we wanted to make major changes, including: removing the wall that was separating the kitchen from the bathroom, putting in new hardwood flooring throughout the house, changing a window in my dining room to a patio door, so that I can walk out to my backyard, adding in a patio, putting in a new modern kitchen, upgrading my powder room and main bathroom. We were very satisfied with the work completed by BCF Contracting. They really helped us out with selecting finishes that we were very happy with at the end of the project. On top of that, the contractor was very open and honest with us throughout the process. We recommend BCF to anyone that requires a home renovation.