Living Room Renovations living



Living Room Renovations
AYLMER HOUSE

Well-designed living rooms, from cozy dens to open great rooms, can reflect the personality of your family while showcasing the best qualities of your home. Set any guest at ease in a space that feels undeniably your own!

Looking at Ottawa's home contractors/general contractors, we think you'll find that the design expertise we provide allows us to create the finest quality living room renovations Ottawa has to offer. We are fully equipped to handle start-to-finish renovations, from visualization to installations, from repairs to final touches. We provide everything you need to make your dream home's gathering space a reality.

At Denys Builds Designs Renovations, we specialize in home repair and remodeling including modern updates like versatile wiring and electrical outfitting, lighting, crown moulding, window blinds, window installation, and modern, beautifully renovated fireplaces. We can even incorporate key family heirlooms into your new living room, all while maximizing your home's living space. Our home construction approach is always quiet and tidy: we work quickly so you'll enjoy your new living room as soon as possible while ensuring the highest-quality work.

To see some of the living room renovations we've completed for our many happy customers in Ottawa during our many years of experience, we've included a series of examples below that showcase our work and expertise.



Paul Denys

Designer & Renovator


Aylmer House




This old fireplace was out of proportion with everything around it. Too tall for the room, the fireplace's size and style...

Hopewell House




Sometimes, an older home needs help to keep up with the needs of a growing family...

Huntwood House




This brand new custom home started out as a blank slate, lacking any decorative embellishment...


Placel House




"Paul, we want to extend our appreciation for the fantastic renovation you completed. You listened to our needs and were able...

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