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We understand that when planning a renovation or addition you will have many questions and concerns. At LCM we strive to make your renovation process as stress-free as possible. If you are unable to find the answer to your question below please give us a call anytime to discuss your project or concern. 

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  • Question: How much will my renovation Cost?
    This is the number one question we get and the number one answer we like to give. If you are looking for a ballpark price, we would be happy to have a discussion as brief or in-depth as needed to determine the feasibility of your project.
  • Question: How big of a home can I build on my lot?
    The size of home that you can build is determined according to local bylaws, which vary from one area to the next. You can find out more about the bylaws that apply to your land by contacting your local building department.
  • Question: How Much Does a Home Extension Cost?
    The cost of a home addition depends on several factors: types of home additions, type of materials, lateral or a vertical one, and what type of foundation.
  • Question: Do you work with a certified architect to design the floor plan?
    Yes. We highly recommend working with an architect for your project. We will work with an architect of your choosing or, if you do not have one, we can make a recommendation
  • Question: Do you guys provide warranty on your work?
    Yes we do! We provide all our clients with a one year limited warranty on all projects. However we are so confident and the quality of our work that we offer an additional limited 2-year or 3-year warranty available for purchase.
  • Question: Would you be able to provide me with a written estimate?
    Absolutely! Only professional qualified companies will provide a written estimate. when you receive an estimate from us it will outline the entire scope of the work from start to finish. your initial estimates will also provide you with additional options for upgrades. Once an estimate is approved a much more detailed contract with the entire scope of work and covers all legal aspects of the construction for both parties protection.
  • Question: Do you provide financing?
    LCM does not directly finance projects, however we work with many financing firms to assist with construction loans and developments financing. We are here to help you fulfill your dream renovation or new construction.
  • Question: We are looking to flip a house are you able to help us with that?
    We have a lot of experience working with the clients that flip homes. These projects are a very popular investment opportunity and we deliver the very best general contracting services to make sure that you have a major profit on your investment. We will take your budget and make the improvements that best fits.
  • Question: We have some friends in the trades, are we able to hire our own subcontractors? "
    We are responsible for all aspects of the project, and this includes all trades. For liability and WSIB purposes, this is not possible. If you really want to hire someone, We asked that we vet them first and make sure they meet our standards and carry the requirement needed to fulfill the job, this must also be specified on the contract. In many cases hiring your own subcontractor would void warranties and responsibilities that fall under LCM.
  • Question: Do I need a building permit?
    Generally, all of the following work requires a building permit before beginning construction: • Carport/attached garage • Interior renovations including: • basement finishes • accessory apartments or the addition of a second suite • new or altered plumbing or mechanical system • Window/door (if a new opening is created or existing opening is enlarged) • Drain repair • Green roof • Chimney/fireplace (other than direct vent gas fireplace) • Recladding with brick or stone veneer • An addition • Backwater valve installation • Exterior basement stairwell or entrance • Pool fence enclosure • Deck/porch/balcony (if the deck is more than 60 centimetres (24 inches) above the ground) • Accessory structure (if greater than ten square metres, such as a garage)
  • Question: Are the people working on my house insured/licensed?
    All our trades carry proper safety equipment, licenses and we carry a 5 million dollar liability insurance
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