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We haven’t fully finished yet but I thought I’d should share with you guys some parts of my home! We obviously haven’t put in any decor in the hallway yet but when that’s installed and finished I think it will be great and I’m very pleased with the end result.

The soup pump you can find here:

I will get the links to the other items soon through my decorator that has helped me with all the purchases:

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Minimalist Kitchen and Basement Bathroom Renovation – S01E11 – Reality Renovision

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Full project video on renovating your kitchen and basement bathroom. Watch Jeff and his team transform a boring semi-detached town home and load it with a beautiful minimalist kitchen. To optimize the client’s needs Jeff also builds a bathroom/laundry room hybrid int he basement. But this isn’t done without finding some surprises behind the walls…

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This Youtube channel was designed for average help home owners tackle home renovation tasks around the house. Hosted by Jeff Thorman from Ottawa Design and build, Jeff uses his near two decades of experience to help you out. On this channel you will a series of How To videos as well as before/after Total Renovation transformations. So what are you waiting for? Check it out!

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Energy savings and efficiency thanks to Renault factories LED renovation

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More modern, economical and adapted to the complex work environment, the brand new LED lighting installed by Citelum will enable 10 Renault sites to achieve substantial energy savings (60% per year) and to improve the working conditions of employees as well as their safety.


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Dang now the rim joists need new insulation more than planned and lumber yard was sort of insulation now have to wait till next Friday. woo got to love it

Living in home while doing a complete home renovation and make over.
we bought this home to fix it up and its been a big learning experience.
I been a Journeyman carpenter for many years and never have seen such poor craftsmen work on building a home with many home remodels and home updates.
we keep finding more and more things that need to be fixed during are home renovation.
From all the insulation in the walls and ceilings.
All the poor electrically running though the house
the basement foundation that has no sump pump and the Block concert walls are bowed and a wet basement.
lots of mold though out the house.
Plumbing that leaks.
house windows that are not rated for cold weather.
the house siding that is falling off. the roof leaks.
the list goes on so when have time am going to start to post every home renovation and home do it yourself projects on this old house.
The goal for this year 2019 is to post a video on the home renovation to post daily videos to show you are home make over progress.
While we are doing all the demo and dirty home remodeling projects first and then going to frame new walls put in new insulation in walls ceilings new kitchen remodel new bathroom new deck new privacy fence new house siding new roof so much just simple to say a complete home make over a complete home remodel
The list goes on and on with what we are doing woo
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New Insulation & Ceiling For My Van I Condensation and Mold I 3 Day Renovation I VAN LIFE

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New Year, new van… insulation.
I found out I have huge condensation problems – lots of moisture building up on the inside metal behind my existing insulation. And I had to do something against it.
So I did. I redid all my insulation on the wall and ceiling and added a vapor barrier, and some nice “grown up” wood paneling. On the way I also found some mold…
This is my journey through this 3 day renovation odyssey.

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The Best DIY Basement Renovation Technique – S01E04 – Reality Renovision

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Learn basic renovation Ideas so that you can renovate your unfinished basement yourself and save your money! Framing to drywall to electrical and mechanical to flooring. Great tips to make the process easy.

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Ireland’s Home Renovation Scheme

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If you’re a homeowner or a landlord, you may have heard of the HRI scheme? In a recent survey, we found out that only 34.2% of people were aware of it…

The scheme was introduced in 2014 to allow homeowners to claim tax credits worth 13.5% from home repairs, improvements and renovations.

Unfortunately, the scheme has been scrapped but you can still claim as far back as 4 years.

Working on your home can be costly, that’s why it’s important for people to know what they’re owed and claim it back!
So, what’s the criteria?

Well first of all, you must be a non-corporate landlord or a home-owner and that includes local authority tenants, paying income tax under PAYE or self-assessment.

Your LPT or local property tax must also be up to date, unless you’re a local authority tenant.

The work must be carried out by a VAT, RCT and ROS registered contractor who is fully tax compliant. You can check online to see if your contractor is compliant.

There is also a minimum and maximum figure of which you can claim tax back; your expenditures must amount to at least €4,405 and you cannot claim for more than €30,000 before VAT per property.

It doesn’t matter if you spend 30k or 150k, you’ll only be able to claim for up to 30k of the final cost.

There are different deadlines relating to your status as home-owner, landlord or local authority tenant so it’s important that you look into that to find out if you’re eligible.

So what is and what isn’t covered by the HRI?

The incentive includes extensions, garages, attic conversions, heating systems, kitchens, bathrooms, insulation, driveways, plastering, painting and the list goes on.

It excludes anything charged at a VAT rate of 23%. So your fridge, hobs, sinks, taps or extractor fan. It also excludes new builds, and the renovation or restoration of uninhabitable homes.

Oh and if you’ve received a grant like say the better energy homes grant for instance, you’ll still qualify for the tax credit but the qualifying expenditure is reduced by 3 times the amount of the grant.

The amount you receive as a tax credit will depend on the amount you’ve spent on the qualifying renovations, repairs and improvements…

So, if you spend €5,000 on renovations you’ll receive €675 back. If the work costs a total of €11,350 including 13.5% VAT and €10,000 before VAT, you’ll receive a tax credit worth €1,350 which is the minimum amount reclaimable.

Generally, the tax credit is payable on income tax paid over the two years following the year in which you carried out and paid for the work.

If you’ve had work done on your home in recent years and would like to know if you’re due a tax refund, why not contact us today and find out what you’re owed!