More than any other aspect of your building, the exterior decides the value of your property. Old or rotting balconies give the impression that the owners just don’t care. If you want to give your balconies a facelift, let us connect you with one of our Verified Contractors.
Whether you are looking to build, renovate, or replace, RenoAssistance by Desjardins doesn’t just provide you with Verified Contractors. Our Commercial Account Manager will connect you with best-in-class professionals, including Architects, Designers, Structural Engineers, and Architectural Technologists. Our experienced team knows what it takes to successfully complete the most complex projects.
Our Exterior Projects
Want to see some beautiful exterior transformations? Take a look through our completed projects!
Your Personnal Account Manager
A dedicated Commercial Account Manager is assigned to your project. Your Account Manager will be there to connect you with the right professionals, help you manage tenders, site visits, and project timelines as well as ensure all deadlines are met.
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We will have 3 Verified Contractors meet with you to discuss your project and needs.
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Review competing bids and select the best contractor to get started, knowing we are there for you throughout your project.
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“Very good service. My project is still in progress, but from the start I’ve received invaluable assistance from Tristan Allard.”
“We received excellent assistance with work for which we didn’t know any contractors; it was reassuring and helpful.”
“I’m very happy with the service I received from Tristan Allard. He found a great contractor for my renovation project and the results are spectacular. Thank you.”
“Five-star service from Marilène Patenaude.”
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“I would like to thank Adèle Orsini for her support during the work that was done on my first home. It made me feel confident and I won’t hesitate to do business with RenoAssistance again!”
“Very satisfied with the contractor that was recommended to us. The quality of the work is outstanding.”
“We appreciated the speed of service and the quality of the contractors presented. The follow-up was thorough and courteous. We’re glad we trusted RenoAssistance — highly recommended.”
“Dealing with Guylaine Beauchemin is amazing. She’s very patient and professional and always gives the best recommendations. She’s also very quick to follow up. I would recommend her to any of my family or friends. Thank you, Guylaine!”
Best Commercial Contractors
We want your commercial renovations to run smoothly, which is why we only work with highly qualified professionals.
At RenoAssistance, all of our contractors are thoroughly vetted through our exclusive 53-point Verification Process.
Our goal is to provide you with a successful renovation from start to finish. We will have up to three contractors bid on your project to ensure you are getting the best value. We will also provide you with a Verification Report for each contractor, so you can relax knowing your project is in good hands.
Exterior Trends 2023
What if your siding did more than just protect your home? A unique and chic look never loses. Add some style with wood accents to your home!
An energy-efficient home
Whether it’s inside or outside, the goal is to save energy where possible. Make sure that your home is well insulated and that the windows are energy efficient. Do everything you can to create a smaller footprint!
Classicism is a timeless trend that’s still going strong. It highlights mouldings and balustrades and features strong white, beige, and blue colour palettes.
Frequently asked questions
What types of balcony structures are there?
Three types of balconies are typically used for multi-dwelling properties: stacked, hung, and cantilever. Stacked balconies are the most common due to their simplicity; they’re a separate structure supported by vertical pillars or posts. Hung balconies are supported by stainless steel cables that are attached to the building and a large plate. Lastly, cantilever balconies sick out of buildings without any visible supports – they’re built into the original design.
Do I need a permit to build a deck/balcony?
A building permit is required for all balcony and most deck construction projects. Decks that are less than 24” above grade, are less than 108 sq. ft. in size, don’t have a roof, and are not serving a structure do not require a permit. For more specific details, please review your provincial and municipal building codes.
Do I need to waterproof my balcony?
Waterproofing is necessary to protect your balcony from water damage. Wooden balconies are susceptible to leaks, warping, and structural damage caused by dry rot. Meanwhile, concrete balconies are prone to cracks, mould, mildew, and UV damage. Having your balcony waterproofed during construction or renovation can help prevent these issues.
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