Did you know that when building or repairing a division fence in Oakville, the owner constructing and the adjoining owner each pay half of the total basic cost? A basic cost would include a division fence not exceeding the cost of a 4 foot high fence with 4cm diamond mesh, 14 gauge steel wire covered with vinyl, 4 cm diameter steel posts placed 3 cm apart and top and bottom horizontal rails with 3 cm diameter. Any extra excess costs are to be paid by the owner constructing.
In Oakville, there are many important by-laws on fences. When replacing a section of a fence, similar materials must be used in order to keep the new look similar to the original. Fences are not to be over 5 feet in the front yard supplying that fencing above 3 feet, 3 inches is open lattice. In the back and side yards, fences can reach 7 feet 4 inches supplying that fencing above 1 foot, 2 inches is open lattice. In certain cases, a permit may even be required to build a fence. It is highly recommended to review the Town of Oakville Fence By-law, found at oakville.ca, before constructing or repairing any type fence.
Kitchen Designs with 3D Realistic Photo Renderings:
Many people don’t realize that we design kitchen cabinetry! Here at JWA, we follow a 10-step kitchen design process. We begin the process with a meeting with our kitchen design team to learn about our clients’ requirements and preferences, discuss appliances and review the floor plan. Listed below are the next and final steps in creating the ultimate kitchen for our clients!
Step 2: The design team advises the client to shop for and select appliances for their project.
Step 3: A preliminary 2D design concept is prepared and reviewed with the client.
Step 4: Modifications are made based on client feedback and preliminary elevations are prepared and then reviewed with the client.
Step 5: Based on the clients’ feedback, the design team prepares a 3D realistic visualization based on finish selections.
Step 6: After the visualization and detailed design drawings are prepared, any final modifications and changes are made to the design.
Step 7: Final drawings are sent to 2 to 4 cabinet contractors for bid pricing.
Step 8: When the bids are received, JWA reviews the bids and makes a recommendation on a cabinet contractor.
Step 9: The JWA design team co-ordinates hiring a cabinet contractor or works with a general contractor to hire a cabinet contractor.
Step 10: Once construction begins, the JWA design team provides a site review for the kitchen.
Following our 10-step process is a very important part in creating the perfect finished product for our clients!
Coming Soon! :
We are especially excited to announce that we will soon be introducing a 3D interactive walk-through for new houses! This new software will seem as if somebody is moving through or around a house and will allow for important details to be added and placed where they would be in the actual house. Clients will have a stronger grasp to furniture placement and space. This will give our clients a better understanding and visualization of their project, saving time and changes during construction. Inquire to learn more about this source!
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