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I started in the renovation business as a carpenter in 1984, here in Ottawa. Then I started my own Design/Build Renovation company in 1988. Experience has show me that the renovation process can be an overwhelming and complex for those not familiar with the many concepts, considerations and principles. I has also found that I excels and revels in this process and the beauty it creates. I care about the how, where, what and why of every step of the design/build renovation process.
With an extensive designing and building experience in renovations and Heritage restoration in the Ottawa area, I have the talent and expertise to guide clients through the renovation experiences in a comfortable, concise, and rewarding manner.
I have created a stronger synergy with in the design/build renovation process by virtue of being both a designer and a builder of renovations. Through an intimate knowledge & understanding of form, function & composition and strong knowledge of construction, I have created a host of unique environments that evoke personalized style, while streamlining functionality for daily living.
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The trades go back along way in my family. My great Grandfather Henry George Woodley a mould maker in a bell foundry in Toronto built his own house in 1908. Photo taken in 1913 (104 Hogarth Ave). It took him 7 years because each night he would bring lumber home on the electric street car from Riverdale Lumber on Danforth. He wheel barrowed all the bricks from a brick foundry on Pottery Road, 3 blocks away all with the help of his brother Fred who was a mason (who built the steeple for Holy Name church where Henry made the bell).