Basement Renovation

How To Make Money Renovating A New House





My Daughter Bought A New House So I Helped Her With The Layout And Selections And Then I RENOVATED It Before She Moved In. This video is the …

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  1. Please if I want be like you _ what I need to do exactly?

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  2. Great work! I can't wait to catch up on all of your videos.

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  3. I live in Toronto. Would love for you to come and renovate my house.

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  4. That's also a great idea for a kitchen area in a tiny house, or an in-law suite. Regulations for different areas are different. There no flame means no stove. Here electric stoves are the norm, so the rules say if you are missing one of the three major appliances it doesn't count as a kitchen. So you could get by with just a cooktop like that, as long as you have no oven. But then for an in-law suite, a countertop toaster oven works just fine. Another consideration for a possible resale is to include an elevator, or room for a chair lift. Not all retirees can handle stairs well.

    I really like the cooktop being hidden like that, but how do you tell for sure where the burners start and end? My grandma had that problem back in the day when she had to have one of the burners on her glass top stove replaced. My grandpa did it himself, and got it installed a bit off from where it was marked on the glass. We had to remember to set the pot back and to the right on that burner. Yours has NO markings showing where the burner is, so how do you know?

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  5. What is the name of the shelf solution in the master walk in closet? I need the rounded shelves like that!

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  6. Hey I just purchased a home and am going through the upgrade options, i joined the membership program and would like to get in touch for a phone call so I can ask some questions on what I should pay for and what I should change myself after. Please and thanks!

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  7. Great video Boss!

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  8. $5,000 of that value was all of the tp in the bathroom

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  9. This video will be perfect when i start looking for a house in 2-4 years

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  10. Hello Jeff, Are you able to share where the Z line appliances were purchased? I've been told by Z line that they don't ship to Canada, so I gave up. I live in Montreal.

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  11. I should of done this to my new construction house. Because I did exactly what you said. I move in and started construction because everything was builders grade and it was bare bones garbage no waterproof showers no uncoupling membranes on the floor and cheap carpet. . I will know for the future.

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  12. Why can't I subscribe twice. I don't even own a house yet, but when I do I'll be a maser DIY renovator, thanks to Jeff

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  13. Great channel.

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  14. Good point.

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  15. Is that outlet by the "mancave" sink to code? That doesn't look like 37"

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  16. The new homes I have built in my lifetime I had to do renovations in before I moved in
    Some of which the builder could have done them at a much higher cost

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  17. Are your closet organization videos coming next???

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  18. Didn't realize you are in Ottawa… omg, this is where I am from. Buying a new construction build, with a close of July 2021 🙂 love your videos, have lots of plans to save money by DIY'ing it up.

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  19. Thanks & God bless from Plano, Illinois

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  20. Very nice upgrades at a reasonable price. I think the USA is much more expensive. I paid 13k just to upgrade one bathroom. Peace and stay safe.

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  21. Yeah, but the numbers don't add up. I get it, if you are a DIY .. well scratch that. Professional contractor, then yes you can put 18-20k material cost and do all these. But if you are a home owner hiring reno company that does that for you, then the cost easily triples. We only wanted to moved the corner fire place to be parallel with adjacent wall. Pretty much its all there just demo the frame and build new one. Vent needs to get higher based on new code. That's it. For contractors probably 2 days of work. They quoted us anywhere from $6k-$10k!! in Alberta. So this video is nice, but extremely deceiving.

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  22. That place looks fancy!

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  23. Tiling in basement shower looks kinda rough

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  24. Thank you so much your video on replacing a shower system saved my life!💕💕 proud to say I just took the first shower in that bathroom in like 5 years and it was amazing!!

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  25. Great advice Jeff

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