Artisan is proud of our core team of tradespeople. They are key to us being able to deliver the quality of renovations Artisan is known for. To keep these very talented and skilled tradespeople actively working in our community, please consider them for some of the smaller projects that are still needing to be done at your home. One call to Artisan 403-207-7887 and we will put you in touch!
John LaFortune, Journeyman Carpenter – busy with his young family but always takes time to not only keep current with the latest high-tech products but also finish the many projects around the home that his wife dreams up!
Dave Crnkovic, Journeyman Carpenter – by day, crazy drummer by night! We book our jobs around his multiple bands, touring schedule.
Adam Sugden, Journeyman Plumber/Gasfitter – always comes to work with his ‘can-do’ attitude and has accomplished many complex tasks for Artisan. Adam was recently married.
Thomas Gardiner, Journeyman Electrician – never a dull moment with his house full of family and dogs!
Arthur Mazuruk, Master Electrician – passionate about LEDs and his new family! Not necessarily in that order!
Dave Hall, Journeyman Drywaller et al. – man of many talents and a workshop full of tools and a long time spent in the Construction industry. Always ready to suggest creative solutions to any site issues. Lives for the days he can get his Harley on the highway!
Diana Banham, Journeywoman Painter – painting is her job but with a Diploma in photography, taking photos and her young family are her passion!
After the work day is over, you’re accustomed to entertainment such as catching dinner and a movie, a beer and a quick game of billiards. But not now; we don’t have that luxury at the moment.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have the option of retiring to a comfortable and functioning basement to watch a movie, play a game of pool or simply listen to your favorite tunes. Maybe even exercise in your work out room and then have a steam in your new spa space. The options are endless and a renovation in your lower level is very non-obtrusive as it doesn’t disrupt your upstairs daily routine.
For those of you that cannot wait any longer and need the renovations done to your home sooner rather than later, we suggest the safest way would be to move out of your home for the entire renovation. Artisan would assist with the locating and cost of renting temporary accommodations, so this becomes a viable and safe option.
Again, let us follow the advice of our leaders and health professionals and wish for a speedy return to enjoying the lives we are meant to live!
Lynn & Dave Boulding