Q: Do you provide support in selecting items for our home, like showers, faucets and paint colours?
A: Our staff will work with you in being sure that you select quality products for your home that will also be aesthetically pleasing. When your job is originally quoted, it is done by using the same or similar fixtures/accessories as you have on the upper floors. We can provide you with an item checklist to pick products at local retailers if the customer chooses to have a different look on the renovated or developed area. This will allow you time to select the finishes and products that you want on your home.
Q: Will you clean up when you complete the job?
A: Cleanup is a very important part of our job. The staff at Do It All Contracting makes every effort to keep your basement or renovation project tidy. Before flooring is installed, all areas are thoroughly vacuumed. Some fine dust may be evident in the days following the completion of the job.
On the completion of a job, the new area will be vacuumed and finishes will be wiped. Upon completion of a basement development or renovation, customers should immediately book a furnace cleaning to ensure that all dust is removed from the premises.
Q: Do you have all necessary insurance and Workers’ Compensation Coverage?
A: Yes, we have all necessary insurance, WCB, and are members in good standing with the Better Business Bureau since 1997.
Q: Do you do more than complete renovations? Can I call you to install new carpet or just to replace my
A: We can do a complete development, renovation or just a single item you require replaced or repaired in your home or business.
Q: Do you do office improvements?
A: We specialize on all home and business interior improvements, including office renovations.
Q: How will the paint on my property be applied?
A: We use brushes, rollers and spray equipment. The specific method of application is determined on a job-by-job basis.
Q: What should we do before work begins on a renovation or basement development?
A: Please prepare your rooms for us by doing the following:
- Remove all items to make room for us to work in a safe environment.
- Remove all small and fragile objects. Tables, shelves and floors should be left empty.
Q: What should I do before the crew comes to paint my house?
A: Please prepare your rooms by doing the following:
- Remove all small and fragile or breakable objects.
- Remove pictures, paintings or anything hanging on the walls.
- Remove nails or hangers if you would like those areas filled or patched.
If you have any other questions that are not answered in this section, please email or contact us for more information and we would be happy to discuss your project directly with you.