Yale Town Condo
Our first of many collaborations with the interior design company BroenHaus. A brand-new kitchen, new open concept plan and herringbone flooring completely transformed this living space.
Another collaboration with BroenHaus. We undertook this renovation in North Van for a lovely couple making a westward move from Toronto. This project came together smoothly and on budget. The clients were ecstatic with the result. The space ticked all their boxes, functionally and aesthetically.
We completed this cute renovation in the heart of Fairview under tight timeline constraints over the Christmas Holidays 2022. Our clients wanted to be out of the house for the renovation and we were able to complete the project in just under four weeks. We love the exposed brick and the deep mahogany tones of this interior.
Front Entryway Remodel
As our first project ever completed under the Horizon Eco Builders moniker this one holds a special place in our heart.
Low V.O.C. finish, local materials, and donated demolition waste were all Eco-friendly strategies used but most importantly, Client Janos loved the look of his new front entryway!
Prince Edward St.
In the summer of 2021, we took on this basement reno for a client who was looking update his basement suite. A new kitchen and bathroom increased the functionality and beauty of the space, while new flooring, a redesigned layout and new lighting throughout completed the make-over. All of the construction waste was hand sorted and donated to maximize the landfill diversion. Eco-friendly insulation and paint were chosen by Etan, the client, to increase the energy efficiency of the unit while keeping emissions down. This project was featured in the January 2022 issue of Reno+Decor Magazine in an article titled "Going Green".
Lumigica Dining Huts
In the Fall of 2021 we had the opportunity to work in partnership with Heritage Lumber and Unbuilders and designer Stephanie Droz to help MK Illuminations make their Lumagica Surrey exhibit more sustainable.
We built five sustainable dining huts that can be easily disassembled for transportation and storage and reused at upcoming events for years
The huts were constructed out of reclaimed Douglas fir, salvaged by Unbuilders and processed and sold by Heritage Lumber making it the most sustainable building material on the market.
W. 21st Avenue
Inspired by clients Dale and Jane's imaginative vision and go get em' attitude, we completely rebuilt their carport, salvaging and reusing 90% of the original material while improving the structure and adding a metal roof for additional longevity.