Author name: Robert Toth

Robert Toth is a certified Red Seal Carpenter, which is given to nationally recognized tradespeople in Canada. Beyond his technical skills, Robert's background includes completing the Project Management Program from the UBC Saunders School of Business, which provides the skills and knowledge needed to manage large renovation and home-building projects. He currently specializes in designing, building, and renovating homes across Langley and Surrey. He has a deep understanding of both municipalities, which is built on years of work experience, supplier connections, and community relations. With his combination of technical and project management skills, Rob created Homes to Havens, a business dedicated to providing integrity, service, and an optimistic approach that makes everyone happy! He owns the challenge of growing and getting better and making consistent progress toward his client’s goals with their projects.

The Importance of Communication and Collaboration in the Luxury Home Building Process

The Importance of Communication and Collaboration in the Luxury Home Building Process

Building a luxurious custom home is a long and detailed process that often requires the help of a team. To ensure that this vision comes to life exactly as you’ve imagined, open communication with your building team from day one is paramount.  From the initial planning session to the final goodbye, open communication paves the

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Finding Qualified Renovators. Avoid the Cowboy and get qualified help.

Finding Qualified Renovators: Avoid the Cowboy!

The terms “qualified renovators” and “cowboys” are often used in the context of home renovations, particularly in the construction industry. Here’s a brief overview of the differences between the two: Qualified Renovators: Education and Training: Qualified renovators typically have formal education and training in construction, building codes, and related fields. They may have obtained certifications

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Why Price Per Square Foot Can Be Misleading

While square footage pricing can be a useful starting point for estimating renovation costs, it has limitations, and relying solely on this metric may lead to misunderstandings and unexpected expenses. Here are reasons why you shouldn’t blindly trust a square footage price for a renovation: 1. Variability in Project Complexity: Not all renovations are equal

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