Creatively Done Homes
With over 30 years of experience in the carpentry trade, we provide workmanship for the domestic and commercial markets. In need of a new wardrobe, kitchen installation, an attic renovation or any other skilled woodwork? Look no further!
When I started our business in 1986, we had the same goal we have today: to give our customers professional and personalized service. The kind of care we would want if we were renovating our own home. Since that time we have built a solid reputation and many satisfied customers. This philosophy is still the cornerstone of Creatively Done Homes way of doing business.
Our dedication and devotion to our profession has made us a leader in our industry.
All internal and external carpentry // Handmade furniture // Complete refurbishment // Property maintenance // Finish custom carpentry // Much more...
Our dedication and devotion to our profession has made us a leader in our industry and an award winning renovator. We are winners of local, provincial and national awards. “To be recognized and receive prestigious awards is very gratifying, but even more so is knowing we've done our job right when our clients are satisfied and don't hesitate in referring us to their friends and relatives.
That's what makes renovations such a rewarding business; we are very pleased to be of service to our customers.
High Quality Materials
"Kevin arrived on time with his son and emailed me ahead of time to let me know when he would be arriving. He got right to work and replaced the hinge and closer and then recommended I should replace the storm door handle set, since it was very worn. I had planned to do that myself but Kevin happily took care of that as well. The icing on the cake was when I asked if he could look at my main door and determine why it was out of balance. Not only did he determine the issue but fixed it in less than 5 minutes. Kevin is a master carpenter, and knows his craft. He's like the guy on the HGTV show Holmes on Homes. Wouldn't hesitate to use him again."
10/07/2018 – Joseph Lepelstat