Patcon Residential Ltd. was incorporated in 1999. Now specializing in Kitchen, Bathroom renovations, finished basements, decks and fences. Working in the GTA we strive to offer quality renovations at a reasonable price. A wide range of cabinet manufacturers, from budget to high end! As well we can install Solid surface (granite read more...
I hired Patcon residential this summer to replace a portion of my fence that was being pushed over by a tree. Dealing with Tim was pleasure, he was able to answer allmy questions and made a few suggestions as to the best way to work around the tree. The work was completed on time and stayed within the provided estimate. I would hire Patcon Residential again, without hesitation.
Tim is incredibly talented, very knowledgeable, thorough and honest! He kept us informed through the entire process and gave us everything we had hoped for and then some! We're so happy with our fence and will definitely contact Tim for any other home projects. You 100% will NOT be disappointed in your choice of using Patcon Residential Ltd.
We are extremely pleased with the work that was done. We were listened to, and Tim was here when he said he would be and completed the work to prefection.
We would highly recommend him to anyone looking to have work done.
Very pleased with the final outcome of the job. The wife and I are happy with the new washroom and the work done.
The professionalism shown was very impressive - would recommend to our friends.
Patcon Residential Ltd. has a TrustScore™ of 4.7. The average TrustScore™ for other businesses providing similar services in Oshawa and the surrounding areas is 3.6. For detailed information on how TrustScore is calculated, click here.
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|Posted License Information||Available upon request|
|Posted Liability Insurance||Not yet provided|
|Posted Workers Compensation||Business does not require workers compensation|
|Ever Provided False or Misleading Information||No|
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|Endorsed by Peers||Not yet endorsed|
|In Business Since||1999|
|Member of TrustedPros Since||2012|
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A basement renovation is the easiest way to increase the living space of your home. Additional bedrooms or home theater can increase the resale value of your home. Basement need to be dry with a flat floor before any framing can be done.
Marble is softer and more porous than granite, both can be used on the floor or walls. A sealer be be applied to the grout and the stone after installation, this help to minimize staining for water or other substances.
Ceramic and marbles floors offer a surface which is easy to clean and are more durable than carpet. The floor can be warmed by putting heating cables under the ceramic tile.
(1) Laminate - the most cost effective, but the least durable because moisture can damage it. especially where the pieces are joined. (2) Granite - very durable natural stone cut from slabs. granite is beautiful but needs sealing because it is porous. (3) Quartz - the best, durable, non porous!
Drywall can be simple and cost effective wall material but it can also be done to enhance the design of the home. Fire rated 5/8" drywall is sometimes required by the building code. Dry wall is usually 1/2" thick and comes in 8', 10' sheets. Water resistant drywall is used in the bath room.
Increase the size of your home without moving! Have the exact home you want! A custom addition can be an investment in the future value of your home. Lot coverage is the determining factor on how big the addition can be. Set backs, both front and side of the lot are required by city hall.
Decks offer a great way to turn backyard space into entertain areas. Patios are usually done in some kind of stone, either pavers or natural stone. Excavating occurs first to remove the top soil and a base of clear stone is placed and compacted. then a base of limestone screenings is place down.
Most renovations start with the demolishing of the old and then the skills of a carpenter to rebuild the final project. Carpentry is divided into rough and finish carpentry. Both are highly skilled trades. Rough carpentry work is usually covered up by building materials. Finished carpentry is seen.
Kitchens are usually the centre of home and entertaining life. The first step is to measure the space and make a computer generated plan for the cabinets. Next pick a cabinet door style and a counter surface. A island in a kitchen should have 36" to 42" clearance on all sides.
Framing or rough carpentry is a sub trade that allows the home to define its final shape. The floor of the house is usually OSB 5/8" with a tongue and groove edge. The sub flooring comes in 4 x 8 sheets and is glued down to prevent squeaks in the floor and to add strength.
Architectural drawings are needed to apply for permits and to help you visualize your future home. They are also required to obtain bids from sub trades whom will work on your home. Architects can charge for stock plans or charge by the project for a custom plan.
Framing is the skeleton of the home, after the foundation it is the next trade to come to the job site. Roof truss are most often use to frame the roof. The walls are 2x6 and hold the insulation to help keep the home warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
Cabinetry for Kitchens and Bathrooms are the easiest ways to visually enhance the functionality and style of your home. Cabinets can be thermofoil, that is MDF shrink wrap in vinyl or sold wood, or a combination of wood stiles and a veneer centre panel.
Window casing and baseboard can increase the visual impact of a home. Trim and finish carpenters first build the door jams and hang the doors. Then the door casing is installed. After that the baseboard is installed. All mitres should be glued.
Fences can add privacy and security to a backyard. Fence post should be dug 4' deep so that it is below the frost line. This makes a very durable robust fence. Chain link is the most cost effective fence and allows for views to be seen.
Before the Home Theater is started the audio and visual equipment should be determined. Sound deadening features can and should be designed into the room. Usually if the system is to have a projector the room should be as dark as possible.
Interior doors can be hallow or solid. Solid door transmit less noise but are more expensive. Solid wood doors can be paint grade or stained grade. Hinges can be 2 or 3 per door, depending on the weight.
We can design the house of your dreams and then build it for you. First a budget must be arrived at by the home owners. Multiple draws are made to the GC along the way to completion of the home.
Patcon Residential Ltd. was incorporated in 1999. Now specializing in Kitchen, Bathroom renovations, finished basements, decks and fences. Working in the GTA we strive to offer quality renovations at a reasonable price.
A wide range of cabinet manufacturers, from budget to high end! As well we can install Solid surface (granite, quartz) and Laminated counter tops.
We offer full computer aided design services. Free consultations and quotes.
The first step in any renovation project is measure the space and meet with you!
Patcon Residential Ltd. was awarded Best of TrustedPros in 2012 for Carpentry in Toronto.
|Main Contact(s):||Tim Paterson|
|Listed with TrustedPros since:||2012|
|Accepts credit cards:||No|
|24 Hour emergency Service:||No|
|Licensing Information:||Licensing information available upon request|
|Insurance Information:||Contact Patcon Residential Ltd. to request insurance details.|
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