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If you are a contractor or a client, here is the information that you need to know:

YOU ARE A CLIENT

Check with your provincial authorities to find out about current recommendations for renovation projects. In some parts of Canada, contractors are allowed to present quotes and carry out renovation projects starting in the upcoming days and weeks.

For example, in Quebec, all renovation projects will be allowed to start on May 11th 2020. In Ontario and Alberta, there is no set date for construction and home renovations to be relaunched. As such, strict guidelines are still in order. Please consult your provincial government website for specific information.

In the meantime, RenoQuotes is here to put you in touch with our network of contractors. We encourage clients and contractors to follow the rules and guidelines enforced by provincial authorities.

Consult our article for tips on how to organize your project remotely: How to Receive Quotes Remotely

Be sure to check out the following article for general information about renovations during this extraordinary situation: Renovation projects in the time of COVID-19

YOU ARE A CONTRACTOR

Guidelines vary from one province to another. As the information is changing daily, we encourage you to consult your local government website for specific information.

In any case, you will have to adapt your practices when presenting quotes and carrying out the work. In some areas, only remote communications are permitted. For advice on how to present a quote remotely, check out this article: 3 tips to present quotes remotely

If you meet with a client in person and start working on a project, strict hygiene and social distancing measures must be adopted. Here's another article that could interest you: What you need to know about construction sites reopening

Do you need financial help for your renovation company? Check out this article: Guide to financial assistance programs for Canadian businesses

 
 
 

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Architects in La Baie, QC


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Construction
Home extension
Roofing
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Member since 2017

Architect
Awning
Balcony
Carpet
Caulking
Ceramic
Culvert
Deck
Decontamination
Demolition
Doors and windows
Drain
Drywall finishing
Exterior Renovation
Exterior siding
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Member since 2017

À travers l'entité nommée atelier -Apsis, Claude Boullevraye de Passillé est architecte membre en règle de l'Ordre des Architectes du Québec. Il cumule vingt années de pratique diversifiée. Il travaille régulièrement avec Mlle Elvire Noldor, membre en règle de l'Ordre des Technologues du Québec. Les deux forment un duo complémentaire et efficace. Ils partagent un vif intérêt pour l'architecture écologique, bioclimatique, le système PassivHaus et à faible emprunte carbone. Mais aussi la conception ergonomique pour personnes à mobilité réduite. Notre philosophie esthétique est de valoriser le minimalisme conceptuel et clairement différencier l'ancien du nouveau. Nous utilisons le logiciel REVIT sur la plupart des projets. Claude Boullevraye de Passillé architecte OAQ

Architect
Architectural technologist
Decorator
Interior designer

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Member since 2018

Architect
Engineer
Excavation
Landscaping
Paving
Pool
Stone wall
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Member since 2018

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What is the role of an architect?

The role of an architect covers many facets: designing plans, obtaining the materials that are necessary for the realization of the project as well as that of obtaining the required permits in order to comply with the regulations that are currently in effect.

From one architect to another, the tasks that will be assumed can vary greatly. Some architects can take care of hiring a contractor, processing invoices, managing the project and even checking the work done by the latter while others do not offer these services.

It is therefore very important to obtain a precise description of the tasks assumed by the architect of your choice so as not to have unpleasant surprises along the way.

How to choose your architect?

Given the rather large budget required to hire an architect, you will have to choose them carefully. First, make sure that they will be able to meet your expectations regarding the aesthetics of your project.

Past projects in a style that is comparable to yours may be a good indication of your degree of compatibility. At another time, be sure that the rates they charge will not cause you to bust your budget.

Also, asking about the difficulties they have faced in previous projects may be a good way to assess their problem-solving skills. In the same regard, ask about the challenges they think will occur during your own project in order to evaluate how they plan to work through them.

The price of an architect

On average, the rate applied should represent around 10% of the total cost of the project.

Did you know?

An architect must hold a degree from a university that has been approved by the Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CABC) and a license issued by their provincial or territorial association.

In Quebec, architects are not required to hold an RBQ license in the same way as contractors but are still required to comply with the standards of the Construction Code in the drafting of plans and to make these available on the site to RBQ inspectors.

Choosing your architect

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