Power Your Reno
Looking to make your home even better? You have the power — and we can help.
But before you start the demolition, ask yourself a few questions. What don’t you like about your current space? What new functionality do you want it to have? What is your budget? And what electrical work will be required?
Planning the electrical early in the design process will help make renovations go smoothly and avoid costly changes down the road. From developing your plans to pulling permits, your Licensed Electrical Contractor is required to handle the details when it comes to electrical work to achieve a beautiful and safe reno.
Power Your Reno is your homebase for ideas, expert advice, safety tips, and other resources to make your home the best it can be. Scroll down to find inspiration for every part of the house:
Meet Kimberley Seldon
Kimberley Seldon is a designer, broadcaster and writer who advocates for spaces that celebrate the people who live in them. Educated at California State University and trained in Toronto, she has been in private practice since 1991. Based in Toronto and Los Angeles, the award-winning Kimberley Seldon Design Group today creates exceptional living spaces for exceptional people throughout North America. In 2006, Kimberley founded Business of Design – an online learning platform for independent designers – to share what she’s learned about how professionalism powers creativity. She continues to coach and speak to aspiring designers around the world, and to be inspired by their passion.
Kimberley partnered with the Electrical Safety Authority to share design inspiration that is complemented by electrical considerations.
Backsplash Some Life Into Your Kitchen
Kitchens are trending towards minimal design, which makes it all the more important to inject some uniqueness where you can. A bold backsplash is one way to add some personality into your new kitchen.
Hide Without The Seek
Declutter and organize busy bathrooms by hiding small appliances, their cords
and the required electrical outlets within sleek cabinetry. But with this added convenience comes important electrical safety requirements to consider.