Our Process

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Over the years we have learned a thing or two about renovation work. The most important being every client and every project are unique. The second would be there are certain steps involved in renovation projects that take time, and cannot be expedited or overlooked.


Step One:

Strike a Balance: We’ll sit down with you to talk about your project. Our objective will be to strike a balance between your budget and your wish list.

Step Two:

Measure Twice Cut Once: We’ll measure your site and create a design plan based on your specifications and requests.

Step Three:

Quote Me on That: We’ll prepare a quote for you, any relevant design changes can be discussed and put into place. Contract will be signed and initial payments made.

Step Four:

Apply Yourself: At this point we will apply for the necessary permits from the City of Ottawa. This part of the process can take a bit of time. We’ll review your schedule and timeline with you again at this point.

Step Five:

Permission Granted: Once permits are in hand we can get started on your project.

Step Six:

Start Your Engines: The final contract is signed and we’ve reached the end of the paperwork trail. We have a design, a schedule, and permits. It’s time to get started making your dreams a reality.

We’re Here to Help

At CP & Son we take pride in being quick to respond to customer inquiries. It would be our pleasure to take a look at your dream project and provide you with a free quote. As general contractors in Ottawa, we are in charge of the entirety of our commercial and residential construction projects. Our general contractor / renovation duties may include some or all of the work associated with your project, from piece work (flooring, kitchen renos, additions, etc) or we can plan and deliver an entire project from initial consultation to final cleanup.

If you need a renovation company that truly cares about your needs, please feel free to contact us by phone at 

l at (613) 695-5645 or fill out our quote request form.