Peak Ventures

Mountain Retreat  

 

Below are a few pictures of one of the many projects that our team has completed for our clients ranging from Vancouver to Whistler British Columbia. Each project is an example of the commitment to quality design and construction that we bring to every client of Peak Ventures

Mountain Retreat

Challenge: Our clients wanted to modernize the look of their 1997 home, and update all electrical and plumbing infrastructure. Structural issues were apparent at the onset of the project with missing bearing points and beams that should have been incorporated into the original build.

Solution: 

The work started with a complete strip out of the interior. Existing finishes, appliances, kitchen, bathrooms, flooring, electrical, plumbing, doors and frames, heating systems, all trim, drywall, insulation and vapour barrier were all removed. This left a bare wood frame shell which required some tricky structural changes to open up the interior necessitating load transfer modifications and additional foundations.

The main stair was widened to create a luxurious ascent to the master bedroom overlooking the golf course. All bathrooms were fully replaced with a new kitchen designed to be open to the dining room and living room. The new interior finishes, and the essential design thereof, came together smoothly with all trades meeting agreed time frames and prices.

We had a great time working with the client throughout the project. Communication was strong during the course of construction which resulted in a renovation that exceeded the client’s criteria and that also met our exacting level of quality.

Peak Ventures

Our goal, quite simply, is to build distinctive custom homes to your exact specifications and vision. To breathe life into your home renovation project.  To deliver your commercial design project efficiently–on time, on budget and with a unique twist that makes your home unique.

“Not only did Peak Ventures complete the work on time and on budget, the quality exceeded our expectations, and we have high expectations.”

John and Catherine