In our continued effort to become Calgary's preferred general contractor and renovator, Wallace Fleming has been accepted as a Baeumler Approved contractor!
All Baeumler Approved contractors, trade and supplier companies have established a reputation for high-quality service, integrity, and honestly. To be accepted into the program, each member applicant is vetted extensively to ensure a history of quality work, client service and satisfaction. Member applicants must submit up-to-date documentation showing that they carry Workers Compensation insurance, liability insurance, are bonded (where required), and carry relevant provincial and municipal business licenses.
As a Baeumler Approved member, Wallace Fleming is committed to adhering to the Baeumler Approved Code of Conduct. To find out more about the Baeumler Approved program, go to: www.baeumlerapproved.ca. You can also click on the video below for a message from Brian Baeumler himself!
If you have questions about Wallace Fleming and our services, or would like to set up a free consultation for your next renovation project, feel free contact us by phone at 403-918-2227, or email us at email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing from you!
From concept to completion, we can successfully mangage the entire lifecycle of any renovation project, regardless of scale.
We specialize in full home, basement, kitchen, bathroom renovations, and additions. We can create a unique plan to suit your home improvement needs.
Contact us for a free estimate and to learn more about how we can help you make your next renovation project a success.
Our experienced design and planning team can help bring your unique home renovation ideas to life.
Planning your home renovation can be a daunting task. We know it has to end up ‘just right’. That’s why we take extra care in the planning stages to help you call out the ‘must-haves’ and the ‘nice-to-haves’ and then make sense of it all.
Are you looking to make your old space beautiful and new or do you need more space added to your existing home? The easiest way to clarify your home renovation plan is to call us for a free estimate. We’ll develop a plan that suits your needs and provide a written quote so there are no surprises or missed feature requests.
Top quality products, craftsmanship and attention to detail all help to make your finished project stand the test of time.
Construction projects create a certain amount of dust, noise and inconvenience. We take measures to reduce these problems by cleaning up every day, putting up poly, laying down tarps, vacuuming and having the project professionally cleaned at the end if required.
Only honest and reputable people will be in your home. We are loyal to our suppliers and sub-trades and have worked with them on many successful projects.
We regularly receive positive feedback from clients as to the professionalism and honesty of our sub-trades. They are licensed, insured and if required, bonded. We trust them and wouldn’t invite them into your home if we didn’t.
For more information on our construction process or for a free estimate, please get in touch.
We will visit your home, do a walkthrough, and discuss your vision and scope of work. After this initial meeting we take the information and put together a detailed estimate, then present it to you with as much detail as possible.
As a professional contractor, we are licensed by the Province of Alberta as a pre-paid general contractor, by the City of Calgary, carry WCB coverage as well as $3 million in liability insurance. Additionally all our sub-trades carry WCB coverag
We want to ensure we deliver the highest standards of quality and service. We provide a two-year warranty on all our work, including the work of our sub-trades.
Are estimates free?
Yes. We’ll visit your home, do a walkthrough, and discuss your vision and scope of work. After this initial meeting we’ll take the information, put together an estimate, then present it to you in a follow-up meeting.
Are you licensed and insured?
Yes. We are licensed by the Province of Alberta as a pre-paid general contractor, and by the City of Calgary, and have WCB coverage as well as $2 million in liability insurance. Additionally all our sub-trades have WCB coverage and carry at least $1 million in liability insurance.
Are you a member of the Better Business Bureau of Alberta?
Yes, and with an A+ rating. You can check us out at the Better Business Bureau of Alberta, Calgary Regions.
Do you provide references?
If requested, we’d be more than happy to provide a list of references. You can also check us out at HomeStars.com. It’s a site is where consumers like you can read and write reviews on contractors, suppliers and home improvement companies.
How many projects have you completed in the past year?
We complete between 20 to 40 projects per year from $10,000 to over $180,000+.
What is your warranty?
We provide a 2-year warranty on all our work, including the work of our sub-trades. The products we install come with their own manufacturer’s warranty.
How accurate are your estimates?
We provide accurate, firm and reasonably priced estimates that are detailed so you know exactly what you’re getting. The only way the contract price can and will change is if you make additional requests, change materials or alter the scope of the work. In that case, a change order will be issued before the work begins or the change is made.
Who does the design work on our project?
We work with a number of professional interior designers. Once you have decided to move ahead with Wallace Fleming and all the paper work has been signed, one of our designers will work with you to create drawings and a detailed plan of your project.
Do you finish everything or do we hire some sub-trades?
In order for Wallace Fleming to ensure the highest standards of quality and service, we prefer to use our own sub-trades from start to finish of your project.
Do you allow clients to perform some of the work?
Generally, no. In order for Wallace Fleming to ensure the highest standards of quality, craftsmanship and service, and complete your project on time, we prefer to use our own sub-trades from the start to finish of your project. Combined with this is our ability to meet the expectations of our 2-year warranty. If we are unable to manage the construction process from beginning to end, then it’s very difficult to ensure quality and therefore honor our warranty.
Do you allow clients to save money by permitting them to do their own demolition work?
No. Demolition is an important first step in the renovation process. It tells us about the condition of the project and what will need to be done to bring it up to standards and/or building codes. Additionally, due to Worker’s Compensation Board (WCB) rules, home owners are not protected by our WCB coverage in the case of an injury.
Do you allow clients to provide some of their own finishing materials?
We would have to look at it on a case-by-case basis.
Do you handle partial finishes?
Yes, if the project meets a minimum price.
Do you finish projects in phases?
Yes, as long as everything is completed up to a certain point. We would have to look at each project on a case-by-case basis.
How soon can we start our project?
Start dates depend on the size and scope of the project. In some cases we might be able to begin work on a small project within a couple weeks of you contacting us. In the case of a basement, we generally can start within 4-6 weeks after the contract has been signed. This allows time for the permit application, finalization of the design, select and order materials such as carpet, fixtures, paint, and other finishing materials.
With an addition, start times could be anywhere between 2 – 4 months if a development permit and/or architectural drawings are required.
How long will it take to complete our project?
As with start dates, completion dates are governed by the size and scope of your project. An average basement takes between 2.5-3 months to complete. In other cases where it’s a much larger project such as a whole home reno it may take 4 or more months. A large addition may take 8 or more months. Seasonal considerations may also impact start and completion dates.
Can I make changes after we’ve started?
Yes. Changes can be made as long as it is for something that has not been completed. All changes will be handled through a formal change orders process.
Will the job site be messy?
We take measures to reduce construction mess by cleaning up every day, putting up poly, laying down tarps, vacuuming and having (if required) the project professionally cleaned at the end.
Do you do the work yourselves or use sub-contractors?
We do both. In most cases we will do the demolition and some final finishing work. However the majority of the work will be performed and completed by our professional and competent sub-contractors.
Who will be working in my home?
Depending on the size and scope of your project, there could be up to 20 different trades in your home at any given point throughout the project. Only honest and reputable people will be in your house. We are loyal to our suppliers and sub-trades (and they to us). We have worked with them on many projects and have often received positive feedback from clients as to the professionalism, honesty, and congeniality of our sub-trades. They are licensed, insured and if required, bonded. We trust them and wouldn’t invite them into your home if we didn’t.
Do I need a permit? Who pulls the permit?
At Wallace Fleming if a permit is required to begin a project that permit will, without exception, be pulled. It’s our policy to pull permits where required for the safety, security and peace of mind of our clients and our business.
Whether you do or don’t need a permit depends on the scope of the work you want to do. Cosmetic changes like painting walls, new countertops, flooring, new kitchen cabinets, etc., don’t require permits. However major changes such additions, basement developments or any work that alters the structure of your home such as removing interior walls, do require permits.
These permits could be one or all of the following:
In all cases, if a permit is required, Wallace Fleming or the respective sub-trade will pull that permit. It’s important to note that aside from the homeowner, only professional and licensed contractors and sub-trades are permitted to pull permits with the City of Calgary.
Get in touch if you have additional questions and for a free estimate.