The GVHBA Presents the 16th Annual Parade of Renovated Homes for Greater Vancouver 2009 - June 14th from 10am - 4pm
The 16th Annual Parade of Renovated Homes 2009 – Greater Vancouver Reno Projects to Admire
Brought to you by the Greater Vancouver Home Builders’ Association, or GVHBA, the 16th Annual Parade or Renovated Vancouver Homes 2009 is inviting the public to tour seventeen professionally renovated homes throughout the Lower Mainland. These prestigious properties featured at the Greater Vancouver Parade or Renovated Homes 2009 will take place in Vancouver, Surrey, North Vancouver, New Westminster, Mission, Delta, Coquitlam and Burnaby. The actual date of the prestigious 16th Annual Parade of Renovated Homes Vancouver 2009 will be on Sunday, June 14th, 2009 between 10am to 4pm, so make sure you don’t miss out on this amazing event. With the most participating homes in it’s 16 year history, the Spring Parade of Renovated Vancouver Homes 2009 will present leading edge design, advanced construction and craftsmanship in addition to innovative building products not seen in any other development or redesign of homes in the Greater Vancouver area. The awesome 16th Annual parade or Vancouver Renovated Homes 2009 will provide renovation projects showcases between the price tags of $70,000 to more than $700,000 closing in on $1M per project, which makes for a great taste of what is possible at various reno price points. With BC homeowners set to spend a record $7 billion in 2009 on their home renovation projects this year, the 16th Annual Vancouver Parade or Renovated Homes 2009 will provide a lot of information on new products, new styles, up and coming custom renovations and what’s hot and what’s not in 2009 and beyond. Admission for the Parade of Renovated Vancouver Homes 2009 is only $10 per person and children can view for free. The passport is valid at all featured seventeen Greater Vancouver renovated homes on tour and you can view details about each property online at the Greater Vancouver Home Buidlers’ Association website located online at www.gvhba.org anytime. Professionally renovated homes will be open to the public on June 14th, so don’t miss the 16th Annual Parade of Renovated Homes 2009 in Vancouver.
2009 Vancouver Parade of Renovated Homes Features North Delta Home Renovation
8761 Delwood Drive, North Delta – North on River Road, and turn right on Delwood Drive. For this thirty year old, two storey home in North Delta, BC, an extensive makeover produces a stunning new look. It is now a contemporary West Coast home, transformed from the dated and worn condition prior to its renovation. Featured at the 16th Annual Parade of Renovated Homes Vancouver 2009, the North Delta home renovation is brought to you by Canadian Renovations Inc at www.canadianrenovations.com.
Annual Parade of Vancouver Renovated Homes 2009 Presents Surrey Home Renovation
The 16th Annual Parade of Renovated Homes 2009 features 13224 Coulthard Road, Surrey real estate (from Scott Road, turn east on 58 Ave, turn right at 128th Street, Turn left at 56 Ave, turn right at Couthard Road). This 1970s Panorama Ridge Surrey home renovation received a complete main floor makeover. A gorgeous sunroom addition creates a fabulous kitchen/great room/ outdoor entertainment space which is anchored by a large island and flooded with natural light. View this awesome Surrey home renovation at the 2009 16th Annual Parade of Renovated Homes 2009 with renovations completed by My House Design and Build Team Ltd. at www.myhousedesignbuild.com.
Coquitlam Home Reno Featured at the GVHBA Annual Parade
2960 Mara Drive, Coquitlam home renovation which was completely renovated inside and out, was featured on the cover of Home Makeover magazine in February 2009 as a finalist for a Georgie Award for best renovation under $500,000. An entire third floor was added for all bedrooms and the master suite, allowing for the main floor to be reconfigured with a new open floor plan family and dining area. View this amazing 16th Annual Parade of Renovated Homes Vancouver 2009 Coquitlam home renovation by My House Design / Build Team Ltd. at www.myhousedesignbuild.com.
861 Kelvin Street, Coquitlam Spring Parade of Renovated Homes Featured
From Lougheed, go north on North Road and then take a right on Clark Road and from there, turn right onto Como Lake Avenue and then left on Blue Mountain Street and right on Kelvin Street to visit this featured Spring Parade Coquitlam home reno project. All about celebrating family, friends, food and fun, this national award winning renovation is pure West Coast. The existing kitchen, living and dining room were combined into a single social and entertainment space in this prestigious Coquitlam home renovation project. Featured at the 16th Annual Parade of Renovated Vancouver Homes, the reno itself was performed by revision Custom Home Renovation Inc. at www.revisionrenovations.com.
1421 King Albert Avenue Coquitlam Renovation Project at 2009 Parade by GVHBA
From Austin Avenue, turn north onto Schoolhouse street, turn left on King Albert Avenue and you will reach this featured 16th Annual Parade of Renovated Homes 2009. This Coquitlam home renovation began as a straightforward entry floor replacement, but soon turned into a whole house renovation, as many turn out to be. The kitchen, which had not been changed since the 1980s and in desprate need of an update, was completely gutted and reconfigured, and now showcases a stunning contrast of white cabinetry and black countertops for that gourmet kitchen feel and experience. Find out more by attending the GVHBA Parade or Renovated Homes to view this Birch Creek Renovations or visit www.birchcreekrenos.ca.
34879 Dewdney Trunk Road Mission Renovation Project
From Lougheed, turn north onto Dewdney Trunk Road and turn left and stay on Dewdney Trunk Road. The original 1,000 square foot rancher home in Mission is now a gorgeous 3,100 square foot home. New perimeter drains, sewer and gas connections, and underground hydro and cable connections were installed during this massive Mission home renovation project. The completely re-designed home now features a two sided gas fire unit in the great room and master bedroom and much more. View this GVHBA selected home renovation at the 16th Annual Parade of Renovated Homes in Vancouver by Awesome Developments Inc. or www.AwesomeDevelopments.com.
3730 Fromme Road, North Vancouver Home Reno Catches Eye of GVHBA
From Mountain Highway, turn west on Weillington Drive and turn right at Fromme Road. The kitchen in the family home was closed in, isolating the at home chef from all other people and activities in this North Vancouver home. A flush engineered beam was installed into the attic allowing the removal of the load bearing wall. The removal of the wall provies the chef with the ability to socialize with family and friends in this luxury North Vancouver home renovation featured at the 16th Annual GVHBA Renovation of Homes Parade 2009 by RJR Construction Management Ltd or visit www.rjrrenovator.com. There are also two other North Vancouver homes for viewing during the GVHBA 16th Annual Parade of Renovated Homes Vancouver 2009 that include 5311 Malaspina Place by JBK Construction Ltd. as well as 1224 West 22nd Street by CCI Renovations at www.ccirenos.com.
Vancouver Home Renos Make the Grade for the 2009 Spring Parade
There are a host of Vancouver home renovations that have been recognized by the Greater Vancouver Home Builders’ Association for their 2009 16th Annual Parade of Renovated Homes and the addresses for these awesome reno projects include: 3015 Discovery Street, 2834 West 6th Avenue, 4855 Puget Drive, 1784 East 13th Avenue, 1734-1738 East 1 Avenue, and 3190 East 7th Ave. The Vancouver renovation teams include RJR Construction Management Ltd., Kerr Construction (www.kerrconstruction.ca), Quinton Construction Ltd. (www.quintonconstruction.com), Briar Design & Construction Ltd. (www.BriarRenos.com), Intermind Design Inc. (www.interminddesign.com) and T.Q. Construction Ltd. (www.tqconstruction.ca).
3995 Dundas Street Burnaby Renovated Home for Viewing
From Hastings Street, turn north on MacDonald Avenue and turn left on Dundas Street and you will get to the featured 16th Vancouver Annual Parade of Renovated Homes 2009. In 2003, the home owners worked with the renovator to complete an upper storey and front entry exterior renovation. This year, they wanted a main floor Burnaby home renovation with a focus on the kitchen. See what the home renovators have come up with by visiting them during the Spring Parade GVHBA of Renovated Burnaby Homes. Renovation by T.Q. Construction Ltd.
811 York Street, New Westminster
From Canada Way eastbound, turn left onto 8th Avenue and then left on York Street, New West. A desire to maximize daylight and seamlessly unite old and new has transformed this 1950s rancher style New Westminster home into a modern oasis. While maintaining sensitivity to the existing context, the New West renovated house fuses innovative uses of modern and standardized materials to complement the existing home. By Basil Restoration Ltd or visit www.basilrestorationltd.ca.