Exterior siding renovation Montreal

Do you have an exterior siding renovation project for your home? Do business with Construction Précellence, your general contractor specializing in the renovation of exterior siding for houses in Montreal since 1948. Benefit from our turnkey construction and renovation service. Call us for a quote!

Do business with Construction Précellence for the renovation of your exterior siding!

Whether you own a house, a bungalow, a luxury home, or a triplex/duplex, after a few years, a renovation of your exterior siding may be necessary for safety, health or aesthetic reasons. At Construction Précellence, we offer you a personalized turnkey facade renovation service, adapted to your needs and budget. Our team consists of architects, designers, exterior siding specialists, and renovation consultants. We support you at each step to help you structure a complete plan: first home consultation, 3D plan design, demolition, repair, cleaning, material layout, siding choice, post-contract follow-up, etc!

Which exterior siding to choose for the renovation of your exterior siding?

There are many siding and materials available on the market for exterior siding, each with its advantages and disadvantages. Here is an overview of the most popular exterior sidings:

MaterialDescriptionAdvantagesDisadvantages
Engineered wood siding(CanExel)
  • Wood fibre is an almost perfect imitation of wood.
  • Engineered wood is often known as its manufacturers, such as CanExel or Maibec.
  • Very similar to wood with its grooves engraved on the surface of the material.
  • Life expectancy of 30 years or more.
  • Resistant to climatic and weather variations
  • High availability of colours
  • Easy to maintain (compared to wood)
  • Durable
  • Can be difficult to install
  • Higher cost than vinyl
Steel siding (MAC)
  • Galvanized steel siding
  • Looks a lot like wood, just like CanExel.
  • Durable, resistant and easy to install.
  • Very durable
  • Low maintenance requirements
  • More expensive than similar sidings
  • Heavy
Vinyl siding(PVC)
  • Available in a wide range of colours and textures
  • Colour is an integral part of the material
  • Life span of more than 40 years
  • Very affordable
  • Shock and scratch resistant
  • Resistant to pests and mildew
  • Not very resistant to temperature variations and bad weather
  • Dark colours fade over time
  • Made of non-renewable resources
  • Low fire resistance
Aluminium siding
  • Superior weather resistance
  • Finish that remains intact over the years
  • Life span of more than 25 years
  • Resistance to climatic variations and bad weather
  • Durable
  • Wide variety of colours and patterns
  • Low impact resistance
  • May be noisy (rain or strong winds)
Masonry siding (bricks/stones)
  • Brings a lot of elegance and value to your home
  • Includes clay bricks, natural stones, reconstituted stones and concrete stones
  • Soundproof
  • Lifespan of more than 75 years (repointing required after 20-25 years)
  • Resistance to climatic variations and bad weather
  • Very durable
  • Good acoustic performance
  • Seal maintenance
  • More expensive
  • Requires a structure that can support the weight
Natural wood siding
  • Mostly chosen for cottages or in northern Quebec
  • Not permitted in all municipalities
  • Includes torrefied wood and chemically treated wood
  • Life span from 25 to 55 years
  • Rough-surfaced wood shingles require a coat of stain every 15 years
  • Low pollution during production
  • Warm appearance
  • Low resistance to weathering, pests and mildew
  • Requires a lot of maintenance
  • Can turn grey over time
Acrylic siding
  • Appeared in Quebec in the 1960s
  • Composed of expanded polystyrene insulation, reinforcing mesh, and adhesive, and covered with a synthetic-based plaster finish
  • Good solution for covering a concrete wall
  • Lifespan of 25 years
  • Waterproofing
  • Wide choice of colours and finishes
  • Tough installation
  • Vulnerable to wood framing movements, can crack
  • Vulnerable to temperature variations
Suretouch Cladding / Siding
  • Made of bricks and stones embedded in a polystyrene mold
  • Coating primarily designed for interior use.
  • Appearance imitating stone and brick
  • Shallower and heavier than masonry
  • Product designed for indoor use
  • Risk of causing molding
Fibrocement panels / siding
  • Product made of cellulose fibres and Portland cement, some of which may contain fly ash or other compounds
  • Very durable.
  • Very versatile product in terms of look
  • Smooth finishes and textured finishes that mimic wood
  • Very fire resistant
  • Resistant to rotting, impact and pests
  • Tough installation
  • Can crack if of low quality

Please note that we do the renovation of siding in residential areas only. Here is an overview of the residential buildings where we can carry out exterior siding renovation.

  • Single family house (Bungalow)
  • House on one level
  • Two-storey house (Cottage)
  • Luxury and prestige houses
  • Two-generation and intergenerational home
  • Duplex, triplex, quadruplex
  • Apartment block

Why choose Construction Précellence to renovate your exterior siding?

In business for over 70 years, Construction Précellence has explored all aspects of exterior siding renovation. Whatever work needs to be done (demolition, renovation, cleaning and transformation) or what style you want to give to your home façade, our designers and construction team will be able to meet all the challenges presented to them.

  • Home consultation with an architectural technician
  • Taking of measurements
  • 3D plans and 3D model and follow-up of the manufacturing of the elements
  • Delivery and installation of the equipment
  • Disposal of remaining material in an environmentally friendly manner
  • Quality of the workforce and superior knowledge
  • Compliance with the highest standards of cost control
  • Obtaining building permits
  • Close adherence to deadlines and budget
  • Protection and cleanliness of the workplace
  • Certified and qualified construction team

Any questions?

If you would like to know more about our exterior siding renovation for residential buildings in Montreal, we invite you to contact us by email, phone or come and meet us in our Montreal offices. Our team will be happy to answer your questions in order to start your project as soon as possible.

Exterior siding installation Montreal

Need a professional to install your exterior siding on your home? Do business with Construction Précellence, your general contractor specializing in exterior siding in Montreal. Turnkey renovation service. Call us for a quote!

Do business with Construction Précellence for your exterior siding installation project!

Whether you own a house, a triplex, a multi-story house, or a bungalow, after a few years, a change of exterior siding may be necessary for aesthetic or safety reasons. At Construction Précellence, we offer you a personalized exterior siding installation service, adapted to your needs and budget. Composed of architects, designers, exterior cladding specialists and renovation consultants, our team will assist you at each step of your project to help you structure a complete plan: first free home consultation, 3D plan design, material layout, exterior siding choice, demolition, cladding installation, post-contract follow-up, etc.

Which exterior siding to choose for your home?

Many types of exterior cladding are available on the market, each with its advantages and disadvantages. Here is an overview of the most popular exterior siding for your project:

MaterialDescriptionAdvantagesDisadvantages
Engineered wood (CanExel)
  • Wood fiber is an almost perfect imitation of wood.
  • Engineered wood is often known as its manufacturers, such as CanExel or Maibec.
  • Very similar to wood with its grooves engraved on the surface of the material.
  • Life expectancy of 30 years or more.
  • Resistant to climatic and weather variations
  • High availability of colours
  • Easy to maintain (compared to wood)
  • Durable
  • Can be difficult to install
  • Higher cost than vinyl
Steel (MAC)
  • Galvanized steel siding
  • Looks a lot like wood, just like CanExel.
  • Durable, resistant and easy to install.
  • Very durable
  • Low maintenance requirements
  • More expensive than similar sidings
  • Heavy
Vinyl (PVC)
  • Available in a wide range of colours and textures
  • Colour is an integral part of the material
  • Life span of more than 40 years
  • Very affordable
  • Shock and scratch resistant
  • Resistant to pests and mildew
  • Not very resistant to temperature variations and bad weather
  • Dark colours fade over time
  • Made of non-renewable resources
  • Low fire resistance
Aluminium
  • Superior weather resistance
  • Finish that remains intact over the years
  • Life span of more than 25 years
  • Resistance to climatic variations and bad weather
  • Durable
  • Wide variety of colours and patterns
  • Low impact resistance
  • May be noisy (rain or strong winds)
Masonry (bricks/stones)
  • Brings a lot of elegance and value to your home
  • Includes clay bricks, natural stones, reconstituted stones and concrete stones
  • Soundproof
  • Lifespan of more than 75 years (repointing required after 20-25 years)
  • Resistance to climatic variations and bad weather
  • Very durable
  • Good acoustic performance
  • Seal maintenance
  • More expensive
  • Requires a structure that can support the weight
Natural wood
  • Mostly chosen for cottages or in northern Quebec
  • Not permitted in all municipalities
  • Includes torrefied wood and chemically treated wood
  • Life span from 25 to 55 years
  • Rough-surfaced wood shingles require a coat of stain every 15 years
  • Low pollution during production
  • Warm appearance
  • Low resistance to weathering, pests and mildew
  • Requires a lot of maintenance
  • Can turn grey over time
Acrylic
  • Appeared in Quebec in the 1960s
  • Composed of expanded polystyrene insulation, reinforcing mesh, and adhesive, and covered with a synthetic-based plaster finish
  • Good solution for covering a concrete wall
  • Lifespan of 25 years
  • Waterproofing
  • Wide choice of colours and finishes
  • Tough installation
  • Vulnerable to wood framing movements, can crack
  • Vulnerable to temperature variations
Suretouch Cladding / Siding
  • Made of bricks and stones embedded in a polystyrene mold
  • Coating primarily designed for interior use.
  • Appearance imitating stone and brick
  • Shallower and heavier than masonry
  • Product designed for indoor use
  • Risk of causing molding
Fibrocement
  • Product made of cellulose fibres and Portland cement, some of which may contain fly ash or other compounds
  • Very durable.
  • Very versatile product in terms of look
  • Smooth finishes and textured finishes that mimic wood
  • Very fire resistant
  • Resistant to rotting, impact and pests
  • Tough installation
  • Can crack if of low quality

Please note that we install exterior siding on residential buildings only. Here is an overview of the places where we can install exterior siding:

  • Single-family house (Bungalow)
  • House on one level
  • Two-story house (Cottage)
  • Luxury and prestige houses
  • Two-generation and intergenerational home
  • Duplex, triplex, quadruplex
  • Apartment block

Why choose Construction Précellence for the installation of your exterior siding?

In business since 1948, the installation of exterior siding no longer holds any secrets for us. In addition to offering an installation service, we can perform a wide range of other work: demolition, renovation, construction and transformation to give your home a whole new style! Our designers and construction team will meet any challenge.

  • Home consultation with an architectural technician
  • Taking of measurements
  • 3D plans and 3D model and follow-up of the manufacturing of the elements
  • Delivery and installation of the equipment
  • Disposal of remaining material in an environmentally friendly manner
  • Quality of the workforce and superior knowledge
  • Compliance with the highest standards of cost control
  • Obtaining building permits
  • Close adherence to deadlines and budget
  • Protection and cleanliness of the workplace
  • Certified and qualified construction team

Any questions?

If you would like to know more about our exterior siding installation service in Montreal, our other services or our prices, we invite you to contact us by email, by phone or to come and meet us at our offices in Montreal. Our team will be happy to answer your questions in order to start your project as soon as possible.

Duplex/triplex facade renovation Montreal

Do you have a facade renovation project for your duplex or triplex? Do business with Construction Précellence, your general contractor specialized in facade construction and renovation in Montreal since 1948. Benefit from our turnkey construction and renovation service. Call us for a quote!

Do business with Construction Précellence for your duplex/triplex facade renovation project!

If you own a duplex or triplex, it may happen that, for reasons of aesthetics, style, security, or simply for resale, you wish to renovate the facade of your apartment block. Construction Précellence offers you its turnkey service for the renovation of triplex and duplex facades adapted to your needs and budget. Our team includes architects, designers, exterior cladding specialists and renovation consultants and accompanies you through each step of your project to help you structure a complete and detailed plan: first free home consultation, 3D plan design, material layout, choice of cladding, repair, demolition, cleaning, post-contract follow-up, worker supervision, and more!

Do business with Construction Précellence for your duplex/triplex facade renovation project!

On the market, you will find many materials for facade cladding, each with its advantages and disadvantages. Here is an overview of the most popular exterior claddings for duplex and triplex renovation:

MaterialDescriptionAdvantagesDisadvantages
Engineered wood (CanExel)
  • Wood fibre is an almost perfect imitation of wood.
  • Engineered wood is often known as its manufacturers, such as CanExel or Maibec.
  • Very similar to wood with its grooves engraved on the surface of the material.
  • Life expectancy of 30 years or more.
  • Resistant to climatic and weather variations
  • High availability of colours
  • Easy to maintain (compared to wood)
  • Durable
  • Can be difficult to install
  • Higher cost than vinyl
Steel (MAC)
  • Galvanized steel siding
  • Looks a lot like wood, just like CanExel.
  • Durable, resistant and easy to install.
  • Very durable
  • Low maintenance requirements
  • More expensive than similar sidings
  • Heavy
Vinyl (PVC)
  • Available in a wide range of colours and textures
  • Colour is an integral part of the material
  • Life span of more than 40 years
  • Very affordable
  • Shock and scratch resistant
  • Resistant to pests and mildew
  • Not very resistant to temperature variations and bad weather
  • Dark colours fade over time
  • Made of non-renewable resources
  • Low fire resistance
Aluminium
  • Superior weather resistance
  • Finish that remains intact over the years
  • Life span of more than 25 years
  • Resistance to climatic variations and bad weather
  • Durable
  • Wide variety of colours and patterns
  • Low impact resistance
  • May be noisy (rain or strong winds)
Masonry (bricks/stones)
  • Brings a lot of elegance and value to your home
  • Includes clay bricks, natural stones, reconstituted stones and concrete stones
  • Soundproof
  • Lifespan of more than 75 years (repointing required after 20-25 years)
  • Resistance to climatic variations and bad weather
  • Very durable
  • Good acoustic performance
  • Seal maintenance
  • More expensive
  • Requires a structure that can support the weight
Natural wood
  • Mostly chosen for cottages or in northern Quebec
  • Not permitted in all municipalities
  • Includes torrefied wood and chemically treated wood
  • Life span from 25 to 55 years
  • Rough-surfaced wood shingles require a coat of stain every 15 years
  • Low pollution during production
  • Warm appearance
  • Low resistance to weathering, pests and mildew
  • Requires a lot of maintenance
  • Can turn grey over time
Acrylic
  • Appeared in Quebec in the 1960s
  • Composed of expanded polystyrene insulation, reinforcing mesh, and adhesive, and covered with a synthetic-based plaster finish
  • Good solution for covering a concrete wall
  • Lifespan of 25 years
  • Waterproofing
  • Wide choice of colours and finishes
  • Tough installation
  • Vulnerable to wood framing movements, can crack
  • Vulnerable to temperature variations
Suretouch Cladding / Siding
  • Made of bricks and stones embedded in a polystyrene mold
  • Coating primarily designed for interior use.
  • Appearance imitating stone and brick
  • Shallower and heavier than masonry
  • Product designed for indoor use
  • Risk of causing molding
Fibrocement
  • Product made of cellulose fibres and Portland cement, some of which may contain fly ash or other compounds
  • Very durable.
  • Very versatile product in terms of look
  • Smooth finishes and textured finishes that mimic wood
  • Very fire resistant
  • Resistant to rotting, impact and pests
  • Tough installation
  • Can crack if of low quality

Why choose Construction Précellence for the renovation of your duplex/triplex facade?

In business since 1948, the renovation of duplex and triplex facades no longer holds any secrets for us! Regardless of the work that needs to be done (demolition, repair, renovation and transformation), or what style you want to give your house, our designers and construction team will meet all the challenges.

  • Home consultation with an architectural technician
  • Taking of measurements
  • 3D plans and 3D model and follow-up of the manufacturing of the elements
  • Delivery and installation of the equipment
  • Disposal of remaining material in an environmentally friendly manner
  • Quality of the workforce and superior knowledge
  • Compliance with the highest standards of cost control
  • Obtaining building permits
  • Close adherence to deadlines and budget
  • Protection and cleanliness of the workplace
  • Certified and qualified construction team

What Construction Précellence can do for the facade of your duplex and triplex

Our company’s main objective is to ensure that the renovation of your facade exceeds all your expectations. Our team can carry out a complete renovation, but our vast experience also allows us to accomplish a multitude of tasks.

  • Demolition of house facades
  • Demolition of balcony / gallery / veranda
  • Changing doors and windows
  • Complete renovation of the exterior siding
  • Construction of balcony / veranda / gallery
  • Cleaning of facades
  • Repair of masonry joints
  • Façade repair
  • Facade insulation
  • Facade painting
  • Professional inspection
  • Replacement of soffits and gutters

Any questions?

If you would like to know more about our duplex and triplex facade renovation service in Montreal, we invite you to contact us by email, by phone or to come and meet us at our offices in Montreal. Our team will be happy to answer your questions in order to start your project as soon as possible.

Multi-story house facade renovation Montreal

Do you have a facade renovation project for your multi-story house? Do business with Construction Précellence, your general contractor specialized in facade construction and renovation in Montreal since 1948. Turnkey construction and renovation service. Call us for a quote!

Do business with Construction Précellence for your multi-story house facade renovation!

If you own a two-story house, it may happen that, for reasons of aesthetics, style, or safety, you may wish to renovate the facade of your house. Construction Précellence offers you a personalized turnkey service for the renovation of multi-story house facades, which is adapted to your needs and budget. Composed of architects, designers, exterior cladding specialists and renovation consultants, our team will assist you on each floor of your project to help you structure a complete and detailed plan: first free home consultation, 3D plan design, material layout, cladding selection, repair, demolition, post-contract follow-up, worker supervision, and more!

Which exterior siding should you choose for the facade renovation of your multi-story house?

On the market, you will find many materials for facade cladding, each with its advantages and disadvantages. Here is an overview of the most popular exterior siding for multi-story home renovations:

MaterialDescriptionAdvantagesDisadvantages
Engineered wood (CanExel)
  • Wood fiber is an almost perfect imitation of wood.
  • Engineered wood is often known as its manufacturers, such as CanExel or Maibec.
  • Very similar to wood with its grooves engraved on the surface of the material.
  • Life expectancy of 30 years or more.
  • Resistant to climatic and weather variations
  • High availability of colors
  • Easy to maintain (compared to wood)
  • Durable
  • Can be difficult to install
  • Higher cost than vinyl
Steel (MAC)
  • Galvanized steel siding
  • Looks a lot like wood, just like CanExel.
  • Durable, resistant and easy to install.
  • Very durable
  • Low maintenance requirements
  • More expensive than similar sidings
  • Heavy
Vinyl (PVC)
  • Available in a wide range of colours and textures
  • Colour is an integral part of the material
  • Life span of more than 40 years
  • Very affordable
  • Shock and scratch-resistant
  • Resistant to pests and mildew
  • Not very resistant to temperature variations and bad weather
  • Dark colours fade over time
  • Made of non-renewable resources
  • Low fire resistance
Aluminium
  • Superior weather resistance
  • Finish that remains intact over the years
  • Life span of more than 25 years
  • Resistance to climatic variations and bad weather
  • Durable
  • Wide variety of colours and patterns
  • Low impact resistance
  • May be noisy (rain or strong winds)
Masonry (bricks/stones)
  • Brings a lot of elegance and value to your home
  • Includes clay bricks, natural stones, reconstituted stones and concrete stones
  • Soundproof
  • Lifespan of more than 75 years (repointing required after 20-25 years)
  • Resistance to climatic variations and bad weather
  • Very durable
  • Good acoustic performance
  • Seal maintenance
  • More expensive
  • Requires a structure that can support the weight
Natural wood
  • Mostly chosen for cottages or in northern Quebec
  • Not permitted in all municipalities
  • Includes torrefied wood and chemically treated wood
  • Life span from 25 to 55 years
  • Rough-surfaced wood shingles require a coat of stain every 15 years
  • Low pollution during production
  • Warm appearance
  • Low resistance to weathering, pests and mildew
  • Requires a lot of maintenance
  • Can turn grey over time
Acrylic
  • Appeared in Quebec in the 1960s
  • Composed of expanded polystyrene insulation, reinforcing mesh, and adhesive, and covered with a synthetic-based plaster finish
  • Good solution for covering a concrete wall
  • Lifespan of 25 years
  • Waterproofing
  • Wide choice of colours and finishes
  • Tough installation
  • Vulnerable to wood framing movements, can crack
  • Vulnerable to temperature variations
Suretouch Cladding / Siding
  • Made of bricks and stones embedded in a polystyrene mold
  • Coating primarily designed for interior use.
  • Appearance imitating stone and brick
  • Shallower and heavier than masonry
  • Product designed for indoor use
  • Risk of causing molding
Fibrocement
  • Product made of cellulose fibres and Portland cement, some of which may contain fly ash or other compounds
  • Very durable.
  • Very versatile product in terms of look
  • Smooth finishes and textured finishes that mimic wood
  • Very fire resistant
  • Resistant to rotting, impact and pests
  • Tough installation
  • Can crack if of low quality

Why choose Construction Précellence for your multi-storey house facade renovation?

In business since 1948, the renovation of multi-storey facades no longer holds any secrets for us! Whatever works needs to be done (demolition, repair, renovation, transformation), or what style you want to give your house facade, our designers and construction team will meet all the challenges.

  • Home consultation with an architectural technician
  • Taking measurements
  • 3D plans and 3D model and follow-up of the manufacturing of the elements
  • Delivery and installation of the equipment
  • Disposal of the remaining material in an environmentally friendly manner
  • Quality of the workforce and superior knowledge
  • Compliance with the highest standards of cost control
  • Obtaining building permits
  • Close adherence to deadlines and budget
  • Protection and cleanliness of the workplace
  • The certified and qualified construction team

What Construction Précellence can do for your multi-story house facade renovation?

Our company’s main objective is to ensure that the renovation of your facade exceeds all your expectations. Our team can carry out a complete renovation, but our vast experience also allows us to accomplish a multitude of tasks.

  • Demolition of house facades
  • Demolition of balcony / gallery / veranda
  • Changing doors and windows
  • Complete renovation of the exterior siding
  • Construction of balcony / veranda / gallery
  • Cleaning of facades
  • Repair of masonry joints
  • Facade repair
  • Facade insulation
  • Facade painting
  • Professional inspection
  • Replacement of soffits and gutters

Any questions?

If you would like to know more about our multi-story house facade renovation service in Montreal, we invite you to contact us by email, by phone or to come and meet us in our offices in Montreal. Our team will be happy to answer your questions in order to start your project as soon as possible.

Luxury house facade renovation Montreal

Do you have a facade renovation project for your luxury home? Do business with Construction Précellence, your general contractor specializing in home facade construction and renovation in Montreal since 1948. Benefit from our turnkey construction and renovation service. Call us for a quote!

Do business with Construction Précellence for your luxury home facade renovation project!

Even if you have found the luxury home of your dreams, it may happen that, for reasons of aesthetics, style, or safety, you may wish to renovate the facade of your prestigious home. At Construction Précellence, we offer you a personalized turnkey service for the renovation of luxury home facades, which is adapted to your needs and budget. Our team consists of architects, designers, exterior cladding specialists and renovation consultants. We support you at all stages of your project to help you structure a complete and detailed plan: first home consultation, 3D plan design, material layout, coating selection, repair, demolition, post-contract follow-up, worker supervision, and more!

Which exterior siding to choose for the renovation of your luxury home façade?

You will find on the market many materials for facade cladding, each with its advantages and disadvantages. Here is an overview of the most popular exterior claddings for high-end home facade renovations:

MaterialDescriptionAdvantagesDisadvantages
Engineered wood (CanExel)
  • Wood fibre is an almost perfect imitation of wood.
  • Engineered wood is often known as its manufacturers, such as CanExel or Maibec.
  • Very similar to wood with its grooves engraved on the surface of the material.
  • Life expectancy of 30 years or more.
  • Resistant to climatic and weather variations
  • High availability of colours
  • Easy to maintain (compared to wood)
  • Durable
  • Can be difficult to install
  • Higher cost than vinyl
Steel (MAC)
  • Galvanized steel siding
  • Looks a lot like wood, just like CanExel.
  • Durable, resistant and easy to install.
  • Very durable
  • Low maintenance requirements
  • More expensive than similar sidings
  • Heavy
Vinyl (PVC)
  • Available in a wide range of colours and textures
  • Colour is an integral part of the material
  • Life span of more than 40 years
  • Very affordable
  • Shock and scratch resistant
  • Resistant to pests and mildew
  • Not very resistant to temperature variations and bad weather
  • Dark colours fade over time
  • Made of non-renewable resources
  • Low fire resistance
Aluminium
  • Superior weather resistance
  • Finish that remains intact over the years
  • Life span of more than 25 years
  • Resistance to climatic variations and bad weather
  • Durable
  • Wide variety of colours and patterns
  • Low impact resistance
  • May be noisy (rain or strong winds)
Masonry (bricks/stones)
  • Brings a lot of elegance and value to your home
  • Includes clay bricks, natural stones, reconstituted stones and concrete stones
  • Soundproof
  • Lifespan of more than 75 years (repointing required after 20-25 years)
  • Resistance to climatic variations and bad weather
  • Very durable
  • Good acoustic performance
  • Seal maintenance
  • More expensive
  • Requires a structure that can support the weight
Natural wood
  • Mostly chosen for cottages or in northern Quebec
  • Not permitted in all municipalities
  • Includes torrefied wood and chemically treated wood
  • Life span from 25 to 55 years
  • Rough-surfaced wood shingles require a coat of stain every 15 years
  • Low pollution during production
  • Warm appearance
  • Low resistance to weathering, pests and mildew
  • Requires a lot of maintenance
  • Can turn grey over time
Acrylic
  • Appeared in Quebec in the 1960s
  • Composed of expanded polystyrene insulation, reinforcing mesh, and adhesive, and covered with a synthetic-based plaster finish
  • Good solution for covering a concrete wall
  • Lifespan of 25 years
  • Waterproofing
  • Wide choice of colours and finishes
  • Tough installation
  • Vulnerable to wood framing movements, can crack
  • Vulnerable to temperature variations
Suretouch Cladding / Siding
  • Made of bricks and stones embedded in a polystyrene mold
  • Coating primarily designed for interior use.
  • Appearance imitating stone and brick
  • Shallower and heavier than masonry
  • Product designed for indoor use
  • Risk of causing molding
Fibrocement
  • Product made of cellulose fibres and Portland cement, some of which may contain fly ash or other compounds
  • Very durable.
  • Very versatile product in terms of look
  • Smooth finishes and textured finishes that mimic wood
  • Very fire resistant
  • Resistant to rotting, impact and pests
  • Tough installation
  • Can crack if of low quality

Why choose Construction Précellence for your luxury home facade renovation project?

In business since 1948, the renovation of luxury house facades no longer holds any secrets for us! Whatever works need to be done (demolition, repair, renovation, transformation), or what style you want to give your house facade, our designers and construction team will meet any challenge.

  • Home consultation with an architectural technician
  • Taking of measurements
  • 3D plans and 3D model and follow-up of the manufacturing of the elements
  • Delivery and installation of the equipment
  • Disposal of remaining material in an environmentally friendly manner
  • Quality of the workforce and superior knowledge
  • Compliance with the highest standards of cost control
  • Obtaining building permits
  • Close adherence to deadlines and budget
  • Protection and cleanliness of the workplace
  • Certified and qualified construction team

What Construction Précellence can do for your luxury home facade?

Our company’s main objective is to ensure that the renovation of your facade exceeds all your expectations. We can carry out a complete renovation, but our vast experience also allows us to accomplish a multitude of tasks.

  • House facade demolition
  • Balcony / gallery / veranda demolition
  • Changing doors and windows
  • Complete renovation of the exterior siding
  • Construction of balcony / veranda / gallery
  • Cleaning of facades
  • Repair of masonry joints
  • Facade repair
  • Facade insulation
  • Facade painting
  • Professional inspection
  • Replacement of soffits and gutters

Any questions?

If you would like to know more about our luxury home façade renovation service in Montreal, we invite you to contact us by email, by phone or to come and meet us at our offices in Montreal. Our team will be happy to answer your questions in order to start your project as soon as possible.

Bungalow facade renovation Montreal

Do you have a facade renovation project for your bungalow? Do business with Construction Précellence, your general contractor specialized in the construction and renovation of bungalow facades in Montreal since 1948. Turnkey construction and renovation service. Call us for a quote!

Do business with Construction Précellence for the renovation of your bungalow’s facade!

When you own a bungalow, it is normal that after a few years, a façade renovation is necessary for safety, health or aesthetic reasons. Construction Précellence offers you a turnkey facade renovation service personalized to your needs and budget. Our team consists of architects, designers, exterior cladding specialists, and renovation consultants. We support you at all stages of your project to help you structure a complete plan: first home consultation, 3D plan design, material layout, coating selection, repair, demolition and more!

Which exterior siding to choose for the renovation of your bungalow facade?

You will find on the market many materials for facade siding, each with its advantages and disadvantages. Here is an overview of the most popular exterior siding for bungalow (single-family home) renovations:

MaterialDescriptionAdvantagesDisadvantages
Engineered wood (CanExel)
  • Wood fibre is an almost perfect imitation of wood.
  • Engineered wood is often known as its manufacturers, such as CanExel or Maibec.
  • Very similar to wood with its grooves engraved on the surface of the material.
  • Life expectancy of 30 years or more.
  • Resistant to climatic and weather variations
  • High availability of colours
  • Easy to maintain (compared to wood)
  • Durable
  • Can be difficult to install
  • Higher cost than vinyl
Steel (MAC)
  • Galvanized steel siding
  • Looks a lot like wood, just like CanExel.
  • Durable, resistant and easy to install.
  • Very durable
  • Low maintenance requirements
  • More expensive than similar sidings
  • Heavy
Vinyl (PVC)
  • Available in a wide range of colours and textures
  • Colour is an integral part of the material
  • Life span of more than 40 years
  • Very affordable
  • Shock and scratch resistant
  • Resistant to pests and mildew
  • Not very resistant to temperature variations and bad weather
  • Dark colours fade over time
  • Made of non-renewable resources
  • Low fire resistance
Aluminium
  • Superior weather resistance
  • Finish that remains intact over the years
  • Life span of more than 25 years
  • Resistance to climatic variations and bad weather
  • Durable
  • Wide variety of colours and patterns
  • Low impact resistance
  • May be noisy (rain or strong winds)
Masonry (bricks/stones)
  • Brings a lot of elegance and value to your home
  • Includes clay bricks, natural stones, reconstituted stones and concrete stones
  • Soundproof
  • Lifespan of more than 75 years (repointing required after 20-25 years)
  • Resistance to climatic variations and bad weather
  • Very durable
  • Good acoustic performance
  • Seal maintenance
  • More expensive
  • Requires a structure that can support the weight
Natural wood
  • Mostly chosen for cottages or in northern Quebec
  • Not permitted in all municipalities
  • Includes torrefied wood and chemically treated wood
  • Life span from 25 to 55 years
  • Rough-surfaced wood shingles require a coat of stain every 15 years
  • Low pollution during production
  • Warm appearance
  • Low resistance to weathering, pests and mildew
  • Requires a lot of maintenance
  • Can turn grey over time
Acrylic
  • Appeared in Quebec in the 1960s
  • Composed of expanded polystyrene insulation, reinforcing mesh, and adhesive, and covered with a synthetic-based plaster finish
  • Good solution for covering a concrete wall
  • Lifespan of 25 years
  • Waterproofing
  • Wide choice of colours and finishes
  • Tough installation
  • Vulnerable to wood framing movements, can crack
  • Vulnerable to temperature variations
Suretouch Cladding / Siding
  • Made of bricks and stones embedded in a polystyrene mold
  • Coating primarily designed for interior use.
  • Appearance imitating stone and brick
  • Shallower and heavier than masonry
  • Product designed for indoor use
  • Risk of causing molding
Fibrocement
  • Product made of cellulose fibers and Portland cement, some of which may contain fly ash or other compounds
  • Very durable.
  • Very versatile product in terms of look
  • Smooth finishes and textured finishes that mimic wood
  • Very fire resistant
  • Resistant to rotting, impact and pests
  • Tough installation
  • Can crack if of low quality

Why choose Construction Précellence for your bungalow facade renovation?

In business since 1948, the renovation of bungalow facades no longer holds any secrets for us! Whatever the demolition, renovation and transformation work that needs to be done, or what style you want to give your house facade, our designers and construction team will meet any challenge.

  • Home consultation with an architectural technician
  • Taking measurements
  • 3D plans and 3D model and follow-up of the manufacturing of the elements
  • Delivery and installation of the equipment
  • Disposal of the remaining material in an environmentally friendly manner
  • Quality of the workforce and superior knowledge
  • Compliance with the highest standards of cost control
  • Obtaining building permits
  • Close adherence to deadlines and budget
  • Protection and cleanliness of the workplace
  • Certified and qualified construction team

What Construction Précellence can do for your bungalow facade

Our company’s main objective is to ensure that the renovation of your facade exceeds all your expectations. We can carry out a complete renovation, but our vast experience also allows us to accomplish a multitude of tasks.

  • Demolition of house facades
  • Demolition of balcony / gallery / veranda
  • Changing doors and windows
  • Complete renovation of the exterior siding
  • Construction of balcony / veranda / gallery
  • Facade cleaning
  • Masonry joints repair
  • Facade repair
  • Facade insulation
  • Facade painting
  • Professional inspection

Any questions?

If you would like to know more about our bungalow façade renovation service in Montreal, we invite you to contact us by email, by phone or to come and meet us in our Montreal offices. Our team will be happy to answer your questions in order to start your project as soon as possible.

Home facade transformation Montreal

Do you have a facade transformation project for your home? Do business with Construction Précellence, your general contractor specializing in home façade construction and transformation in Montreal. Benefit from our turnkey construction and renovation service and call us for a quote!

Do business with Construction Précellence for the transformation of your house facade!

Whether you own a two-story house, a single-family house, a luxury house, a triplex, or a bungalow, after a few years, a façade renovation sometimes becomes necessary, either for aesthetic, health or safety reasons. At Construction Précellence, we offer you a turnkey facade transformation service customized and adapted to your needs and budget. Composed of architects, designers, exterior cladding specialists, and renovation consultants. We support you at every step to help you structure a complete plan: first free home consultation, 3D plan design, material layout, coating selection, repair, demolition, post-contract follow-up and more!

Which exterior cladding should I choose for my house facade transformation?

Many materials for facade cladding are available on the market, each with its advantages and disadvantages. Here is an overview of the most popular exterior claddings for home façade transformation:

MaterialDescriptionAdvantagesDisadvantages
Engineered wood (CanExel)
  • Wood fibre is an almost perfect imitation of wood.
  • Engineered wood is often known as its manufacturers, such as CanExel or Maibec.
  • Very similar to wood with its grooves engraved on the surface of the material.
  • Life expectancy of 30 years or more.
  • Resistant to climatic and weather variations
  • High availability of colours
  • Easy to maintain (compared to wood)
  • Durable
  • Can be difficult to install
  • Higher cost than vinyl
Steel (MAC)
  • Galvanized steel siding
  • Looks a lot like wood, just like CanExel.
  • Durable, resistant and easy to install.
  • Very durable
  • Low maintenance requirements
  • More expensive than similar sidings
  • Heavy
Vinyl (PVC)
  • Available in a wide range of colours and textures
  • Colour is an integral part of the material
  • Life span of more than 40 years
  • Very affordable
  • Shock and scratch resistant
  • Resistant to pests and mildew
  • Not very resistant to temperature variations and bad weather
  • Dark colours fade over time
  • Made of non-renewable resources
  • Low fire resistance
Aluminium
  • Superior weather resistance
  • Finish that remains intact over the years
  • Life span of more than 25 years
  • Resistance to climatic variations and bad weather
  • Durable
  • Wide variety of colours and patterns
  • Low impact resistance
  • May be noisy (rain or strong winds)
Masonry (bricks/stones)
  • Brings a lot of elegance and value to your home
  • Includes clay bricks, natural stones, reconstituted stones and concrete stones
  • Soundproof
  • Lifespan of more than 75 years (repointing required after 20-25 years)
  • Resistance to climatic variations and bad weather
  • Very durable
  • Good acoustic performance
  • Seal maintenance
  • More expensive
  • Requires a structure that can support the weight
Natural wood
  • Mostly chosen for cottages or in northern Quebec
  • Not permitted in all municipalities
  • Includes torrefied wood and chemically treated wood
  • Life span from 25 to 55 years
  • Rough-surfaced wood shingles require a coat of stain every 15 years
  • Low pollution during production
  • Warm appearance
  • Low resistance to weathering, pests and mildew
  • Requires a lot of maintenance
  • Can turn grey over time
Acrylic
  • Appeared in Quebec in the 1960s
  • Composed of expanded polystyrene insulation, reinforcing mesh, and adhesive, and covered with a synthetic-based plaster finish
  • Good solution for covering a concrete wall
  • Lifespan of 25 years
  • Waterproofing
  • Wide choice of colours and finishes
  • Tough installation
  • Vulnerable to wood framing movements, can crack
  • Vulnerable to temperature variations
Suretouch Cladding / Siding
  • Made of bricks and stones embedded in a polystyrene mold
  • Coating primarily designed for interior use.
  • Appearance imitating stone and brick
  • Shallower and heavier than masonry
  • Product designed for indoor use
  • Risk of causing molding
Fibrocement
  • Product made of cellulose fibres and Portland cement, some of which may contain fly ash or other compounds
  • Very durable.
  • Very versatile product in terms of look
  • Smooth finishes and textured finishes that mimic wood
  • Very fire resistant
  • Resistant to rotting, impact and pests
  • Tough installation
  • Can crack if of low quality

Please note that we perform facade transformation on residential buildings only. Here is an overview of the places where we can carry out exterior siding repair work.

  • Single-family house (Bungalow)
  • Single-family house (Bungalow)
  • One-story house
  • Two-story house (Cottage)
  • Luxury and prestige houses
  • Two-generation and intergenerational home
  • Duplex, triplex, quadruplex
  • Apartment block
  • Condos

What Construction Précellence can do for your home facade transformation project?

Our company’s main objective is to ensure that the façade transformation meets your requirements. We can carry out a complete transformation of your facade, but our vast experience also allows us to accomplish a multitude of tasks.

  • House facade demolition
  • Demolition of balcony / gallery / veranda
  • Changing doors and windows
  • Complete renovation of the exterior siding
  • Construction of balcony / veranda / gallery
  • Cleaning the facade
  • Repair of masonry joints
  • Façade repair
  • Facade insulation
  • Facade painting
  • Professional inspection

Any questions?

If you would like to know more about our Montreal home facade transformation service, our services, or our prices, we invite you to contact us by email, phone or come and meet us in our Montreal offices. Our team will be happy to provide you with all the information you need to start your project as soon as possible.

Home facade renovation Montreal

If you have a facade renovation project, do business with Construction Précellence, your general contractor specializing in home facade construction and renovation in Montreal since 1948. Turnkey construction and renovation service. Call us for a quote!

Do business with Construction Précellence for the renovation of your home’s facade in Montreal!

Whether you own a house, a bungalow, a luxury house, a triplex, or a duplex after a few years, a façade renovation may be necessary for safety, health or aesthetics reasons. Construction Précellence offers you a turnkey facade renovation service tailored to your needs and budget. Our team consists of architects, designers, exterior cladding specialists and renovation consultants. We support you at every step to help you structure a complete plan: first home consultation, 3D plan design, material layout, cladding selection, repair, demolition and more!

Which exterior cladding to choose for your facade renovation?

There are many materials available on the market for facade cladding, each with its advantages and disadvantages. Here is an overview of the most popular exterior claddings for home facade renovation:

MaterialDescriptionAdvantagesDisadvantages
Engineered wood (CanExel)
  • Wood fibre is an almost perfect imitation of wood.
  • Engineered wood is often known as its manufacturers, such as CanExel or Maibec.
  • Very similar to wood with its grooves engraved on the surface of the material.
  • Life expectancy of 30 years or more.
  • Resistant to climatic and weather variations
  • High availability of colours
  • Easy to maintain (compared to wood)
  • Durable
  • Can be difficult to install
  • Higher cost than vinyl
Steel (MAC)
  • Galvanized steel siding
  • Looks a lot like wood, just like CanExel.
  • Durable, resistant and easy to install.
  • Very durable
  • Low maintenance requirements
  • More expensive than similar sidings
  • Heavy
Vinyl (PVC)
  • Available in a wide range of colours and textures
  • Colour is an integral part of the material
  • Life span of more than 40 years
  • Very affordable
  • Shock and scratch resistant
  • Resistant to pests and mildew
  • Not very resistant to temperature variations and bad weather
  • Dark colours fade over time
  • Made of non-renewable resources
  • Low fire resistance
Aluminium
  • Superior weather resistance
  • Finish that remains intact over the years
  • Life span of more than 25 years
  • Resistance to climatic variations and bad weather
  • Durable
  • Wide variety of colours and patterns
  • Low impact resistance
  • May be noisy (rain or strong winds)
Masonry (bricks/stones)
  • Brings a lot of elegance and value to your home
  • Includes clay bricks, natural stones, reconstituted stones and concrete stones
  • Soundproof
  • Lifespan of more than 75 years (repointing required after 20-25 years)
  • Resistance to climatic variations and bad weather
  • Very durable
  • Good acoustic performance
  • Seal maintenance
  • More expensive
  • Requires a structure that can support the weight
Natural wood
  • Mostly chosen for cottages or in northern Quebec
  • Not permitted in all municipalities
  • Includes torrefied wood and chemically treated wood
  • Life span from 25 to 55 years
  • Rough-surfaced wood shingles require a coat of stain every 15 years
  • Low pollution during production
  • Warm appearance
  • Low resistance to weathering, pests and mildew
  • Requires a lot of maintenance
  • Can turn grey over time
Acrylic
  • Appeared in Quebec in the 1960s
  • Composed of expanded polystyrene insulation, reinforcing mesh, and adhesive, and covered with a synthetic-based plaster finish
  • Good solution for covering a concrete wall
  • Lifespan of 25 years
  • Waterproofing
  • Wide choice of colours and finishes
  • Tough installation
  • Vulnerable to wood framing movements, can crack
  • Vulnerable to temperature variations
Suretouch Cladding / Siding
  • Made of bricks and stones embedded in a polystyrene mold
  • Coating primarily designed for interior use.
  • Appearance imitating stone and brick
  • Shallower and heavier than masonry
  • Product designed for indoor use
  • Risk of causing molding
Fibrocement
  • Product made of cellulose fibres and Portland cement, some of which may contain fly ash or other compounds
  • Very durable.
  • Very versatile product in terms of look
  • Smooth finishes and textured finishes that mimic wood
  • Very fire resistant
  • Resistant to rotting, impact and pests
  • Tough installation
  • Can crack if of low quality

Please note that we perform facade repairs in residential areas only. Here is an overview of the places where we can carry out exterior siding repair work.

  • Single-family house (Bungalow)
  • Single-family house (Bungalow)
  • One-storey house
  • Two-storey house (Cottage)
  • Luxury and prestige houses
  • Two-generation and intergenerational home
  • Duplex, triplex, quadruplex
  • Apartment block
  • Condos

Why choose Construction Précellence for your home facade renovation project?

In business for over 70 years, Construction Précellence has explored all aspects of facade renovation. Regardless of the work that needs to be done (demolition, renovation and transformation), or what style you want to give to your home façade, our designers and construction team will be able to meet all the challenges presented to them.

  • Home consultation with an architectural technician
  • Taking of measurements
  • 3D plans and 3D model and follow-up of the manufacturing of the elements
  • Delivery and installation of the equipment
  • Quality of the workforce and superior knowledge
  • Compliance with the highest standards of cost control
  • Obtaining building permits
  • Close adherence to deadlines and budget
  • Protection and cleanliness of the workplace
  • Protection et propreté du lieu de travail
  • Certified and qualified construction team

What Construction Précellence can do for your home facade renovation

Our company’s main objective is to ensure that the renovation of your facade exceeds all your expectations. We can carry out a complete façade renovation, but our vast experience also allows us to accomplish a multitude of tasks.

  • Demolition of the house facade
  • Demolition of balcony / gallery / veranda
  • Changing doors and windows
  • Complete renovation of the exterior cladding
  • Construction of balcony / veranda / gallery
  • Cleaning the facade
  • Repair of masonry joints
  • Facade insulating
  • Facade inspection
  • Professional inspection

Any questions?

If you would like to know more about our Montreal’s home facade renovation service, we invite you to https://precellence.com/en/contact/ by email, phone or come and meet us in our Montreal offices. Our team will be happy to answer your questions in order to start your project as soon as possible.

Floor addition general contractor Montreal

Do you have a project to add a new floor to your home? Do business with Construction Précellence, your general contractor specializing in floor additions in Montreal. Turnkey construction service. Call us for a quote!

Construction Précellence: your general contractor specialized in floor additions in Montreal!

Although it may seem like a large-scale project, adding a floor is a smart solution to a space problem. It is also a sustainable investment that will allow you to increase the value of your home and give you the space you need. In addition, a floor addition can allow you to create an intergenerational home to accommodate an aging parent or create a home for additional income. Construction Précellence offers you a turnkey floor construction service adapted to your needs and budget. Composed of architects, engineers, building inspectors and designers, our team will assist you at all stages of your project: first home consultation, needs assessment, design advice, choice of materials, preparation of the schedule and budget, etc. To carry out each project, Construction Précellence has established sustainable partnerships with architects, inspectors, window and door manufacturers, building material suppliers, electricians, plumbers and construction workers to ensure that each project is a success.

Which type of floor additions can we do?

In business since 1948, Construction Précellence has made it its duty to be able to carry out a multitude of work, even when it is a project as important as a floor addition. Here is an overview of the different floor addition projects we can carry out:

  • Adding a full floor: Adding a full floor is a more complex and expensive project, but it is, after all, a sustainable investment. The construction of a complete floor allows you to create a living space such as an apartment or an adapted intergenerational house.
  • Adding a half-floor: For logistical or budgetary reasons, it is not always possible to add a complete floor to a house. The half-floor option offers you an interesting possibility of enlargement.
  • Addition of a half-floor on garage: This option is still very popular. Your garage allows you to benefit from a “base” for your project. This expansion will considerably increase your living space at a more reasonable price. You will, therefore, have the advantage of a room of interesting dimensions, to which you can give a completely new function or, to refurbish the existing rooms of your home.
  • Adding a floor on duplexes or apartment block: Whether you own an apartment block or a duplex, adding a floor allows you to increase your income and immediately ensure the profitability of your investment.

What are the costs associated with a floor addition?

Please note that the costs presented below are approximate and vary from one project to another (house, duplex, bungalow, apartment block, etc.)

  • Addition of a floor above a ground floor (+/- 1000 ft2): Prices start at around $175,000 and the average is around $200,000
  • Addition of a floor (+/- 1000 ft2) above a floor to make a 3rd floor plus the basement level: Prices start at around $210,000 and the average is around $250,000
  • Adding a floor above a garage or other room (+/- 300 ft2): Prices start at around $70,000 and the average is around $85,000.
  • Addition of a half-floor above a ground floor (+/- 600 ft2): costs start at around $130,000 and the average is around $140,000.
  • Addition of a room (mezzanine style) above the level of a flat roof (+/- 300 ft2) with a roof terrace: Prices start at $125,000 and the average is around $140,000.

We add floors on residential buildings only. Here is an overview of the places in which we can add floors.

  • Single-family house (Bungalow)
  • House on one level
  • Two-story house (Cottage)
  • Luxury and prestige houses
  • Two-generation and intergenerational home
  • Duplex, triplex, quadruplex
  • Apartment block

Why choose Construction Précellence for your floor addition project?

Construction Précellence has explored all aspects of floor additions in residential areas. Whatever the work to be done (construction, demolition, cleaning, fitting out, repair), our designers and construction team will meet all challenges.

  • Home consultation with a designer and architectural technician
  • Taking of measurements
  • 3D plans and 3D model and follow-up of the manufacturing of the elements
  • Delivery and installation of the equipment
  • Disposal of remaining material in an environmentally friendly manner
  • Quality of the workforce and superior knowledge
  • Compliance with the highest standards of cost control
  • Obtaining building permits
  • Close adherence to deadlines and budget
  • Protection and cleanliness of the workplace
  • Certified and qualified construction team
  • Supervision of workers at all times
  • Siding/Cladding renovation
  • Addition / change of the electrical and plumbing system
  • Adding doors and windows
  • Residential demolition

Any questions?

If you would like to know more about our services as a general contractor specializing in floor additions, our prices, or our other services, we invite you to contact us by email, by phone or to come and meet us at our offices in Montreal.. Our team will be happy to answer your questions in order to start your project as soon as possible.

Construction company floor addition Montreal

Do you have a project to add a new floor for your home? Do business with Construction Précellence, your construction company specializing in floor additions in Montreal. Turnkey construction service. Call us for a quote!

Construction Précellence: your company specialized in floor additions in Montreal!

Although it may seem like a large-scale project, adding a floor to a house, duplex, or bungalow is a smart solution. It is also a sustainable investment that will allow you to increase the value of your home and give you the space you need. A floor addition can allow you to create an intergenerational house to accommodate an aging parent or create an apartment to have more income. At Construction Précellence, we offer you a turnkey floor addition service adapted to your needs and budget. Our team is composed of architects, engineers, building inspectors and designers and accompanies you on each step of the project: first consultation at home, needs assessment, design advice, choice of materials, development of the schedule and budget, etc. In addition, Construction Précellence has established sustainable partnerships with architects, inspectors, window and door manufacturers, building material suppliers, electricians, plumbers and construction workers to ensure that each project is a success.

What floor additions can we do?

  • Adding a full floor: Adding a full floor is a more complex and expensive project, but it is, after all, a sustainable investment. The construction of a complete floor allows you to create a living space such as an apartment or an adapted intergenerational house.
  • Adding a half floor: For logistical or budgetary reasons, it is not always possible to add a complete floor to a house. The half-floor option offers you an interesting possibility of enlargement.
  • Addition of a half-floor on garage: This option is still very popular. Your garage allows you to benefit from a “base” for your project. This expansion will considerably increase your living space at a more reasonable price. You will therefore have the advantage of a room of interesting dimensions, to which you can give a completely new function or, to refurbish the existing rooms of your home.
  • Adding a floor for duplexes and apartments: Whether you own an apartment block or a duplex, adding a floor allows you to increase your income and immediately ensure the profitability of your investment.

What are the costs associated with a floor addition?

  • Addition of a floor above a ground floor (+/- 1000 ft2): Prices start at around $175,000 and the average is around $200,000
  • Addition of a floor (+/- 1000 ft2) above a floor to make a 3rd floor plus the basement level: Prices start at around $210,000 and the average is around $250,000
  • Adding a floor above a garage or other room (+/- 300 ft2): Prices start at around $70,000 and the average is around $85,000.
  • Addition of a half-floor above a ground floor (+/- 600 ft2): costs start at around $130,000 and the average is around $140,000.
  • Addition of a room (mezzanine style) above the level of a flat roof (+/- 300 ft2) with a roof terrace: Prices start at $125,000 and the average is around $140,000.

We add floors to residential buildings only. Here is an overview of the places in which we can add floors.

  • Single-family house (Bungalow)
  • House on one level
  • Two-story house (Cottage)
  • Luxury and prestige houses
  • Two-generation and intergenerational home
  • Duplex, triplex, quadruplex
  • Apartment block

Why choose Construction Précellence for your floor addition project?

In business since 1948, Construction Précellence has explored all aspects of floor additions in residential environments. Whatever the work to be done (construction, demolition, cleaning, fitting out, repair), our designers and construction team will meet all challenges.

  • Home consultation with a designer and architectural technician
  • Taking of measurements
  • 3D plans and 3D model and follow-up of the manufacturing of the elements
  • Delivery and installation of the equipment
  • Disposal of remaining material in an environmentally friendly manner
  • Quality of the workforce and superior knowledge
  • Compliance with the highest standards of cost control
  • Obtaining building permits
  • Close adherence to deadlines and budget
  • Protection and cleanliness of the workplace
  • Certified and qualified construction team
  • Supervision of workers at all times
  • Siding/Cladding renovation
  • Addition / change of the electrical and plumbing system
  • Adding doors and windows
  • Residential demolition

Any questions?

If you would like to know more about our company specializing in floor addition, our prices, or our other services, we invite you to contact us by email, by phone or to come and meet us at our offices in Montreal. Our team will be happy to answer your questions in order to start your project as soon as possible.