How to Hire a Renovator
Educating Calgary on Home Renovations
At LRCH, we believe that you must first understand the process of your home renovation project to feel comfortable and confident in your choice of contractor. This is why we’ve partnered with the BBB to create a free seminar to arm you with the right questions and knowledge for a fun, enjoyable, and low stress renovation experience.
Next free seminar:
Date: Thursday November 9, 2017
Topic: How to Hire a Contractor
Where: Wood Creek Community Association – 1991 Woodview Dr. SW
Time: 6:00 pm till 9:00 pm
Hosted by BBB
Keynote Speaker: David Litwiller
Save your seat for free here
These free seminars are to educate, not to sell. We simply want you to have the information you need to make smart and informed decisions when looking to bring your renovation dream into reality.
Throughout these seminars, you have the opportunity to have open and honest discussions with Calgary’s leading experts on renovations, City permitting, architecture and design, and even local realty. This is your opportunity to ask the questions you want without the commitment of moving forward!
“Recently our association hosted a “How to Hire a Renovator” seminar. The idea was brought to us by David Litwiller who ultimately organized and staged the event. We immediately recognized the public service potential but had some reservations about what emphasis if any would be placed on product/service sales by the organizer. Feedback by participants echoed those prior trepidations. However that same feedback as was our impression, went on to exclaim the informative value with zero sales pitch was this very successful evening.
Based on the quality that Mr Litwiller brought to the community we were very happy to waive any rental fee for our hall and we would be anxious to host more of his presentations in the future. We would also emphatically recommend to any community association or other organization a similar seminar hosted by Mr Litwiller.”
– Marvin Quashnick VP Public Service TGCA
“You provided an excellent, informative presentation, just structured enough, just informal to be comfortable.”
– Margaret, Airdrie
“A very useful evening. I certainly learned from each speaker and benefited from being reminded of some things I knew. All of you are to be commended for giving of your time and expertise and I am thankful I could hear your presentations while I am still very much in “the dreaming stage”. Please thank everyone involved for a job well done.”
– Connie, Calgary