BlogThe Renovation Company Inc. is committed to providing each client with a positive experience when it comes to renovating space: We provide our clients with the most efficient products, suggestions about current trends and recommendations for green alternatives when requested. Our blog highlights some of these products, trends and ways to make your home a transformative place.
- September 20, 2016
This month, the Chicago Tribune published an article stating that bathrooms are more technological than ever. Technological, you say? You bet. One in five toilets located in a master bathroom has technology that ranges from a self-cleaning toilet (43 percent), built-in bathtub lighting (64 percent) and shower lighting (60 percent), as top features for tech-savvy […]
- November 12, 2015
The Renovation Company prides itself on its mission statement which includes “INNOVATIVE.” We find solutions for our clients no matter what obstacle comes their way. One such solution was our Window Condensation Control application for our clients in high-rise buildings that were built before the mid-1980’s. Our discreet application allows our clients to access a […]
- June 25, 2015
As the General Contractor, The Renovation Company was proud to receive the Rehabilitation/Renovation Design Award from Design Evanston for their work on The Heartwood Center, located at 1818 Dempster in Evanston, IL. The award was granted to the owner, Nancy Floy, who commissioned a team that included Heidrun Hoppe Associates as the architects and The […]
- February 18, 2015
Over the years, our clients have shared their distress over excessive window condensation and frozen window panes in their living spaces. This issue affects residents living in buildings that were constructed before 1985 and program their humidity levels at a comfortable setting. Unfortunately, the combination of FRIGID AIR OUTSIDE + COMFORTABLE HUMIDITY INSIDE=A DRIPPING, FROZEN […]
- Cindy Lund
- April 26, 2014
A rise in consumer confidence is leading to the highest level of single family home construction projects in nearly five years, according to The Commerce Department and a recent Houzz.com survey.