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Upward Construction

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Upward Construction is an award-winning quality custom home builder and home renovation contractor working with clients in North Vancouver, West Vancouver and the greater Vancouver area. Our strong relationships with architects and designers bring your project to life using energy-efficient and sustainable approaches to homebuilding. Experienced on-site supervisors and certified Red Seal Carpenters are experts in their trades and ensure your home renovation or custom home build is built to the best quality.

Services Provided

Custom Homes, Energy-Efficient Homes, Floor Plans, Foundation Construction, Garage Building, Green Building, Guesthouse Design & Construction, Handicap-Accessible Design, Historic Building Conservation, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, Home Restoration, House Framing, House Plans, Multigenerational Homes, New Home Construction, Passive Solar Heating & Cooling, Prefab Houses, Project Management, Site Planning, Site Preparation, Structural Engineering, Sustainable Design, Tiny House Construction, Universal Design, Custom Home, Remodeling, New Builds, Built Green, Energy Star

Areas Served

North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Vancouver, Whistler, Burnaby, Richmond, Port Moody, Squamish, Port Coquitlam, Lower Mainland BC, Gulf Islands

Awards

Certifications: BuiltGreen Canada, Renovators Mark of Excellence, National Home Warranty (2/5/10) Awards: Georgie Winner, HAVAN Award NKBA Award, VRCA Awards, Sam Award Finalist

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Business Details

Business Name

Upward Construction

Phone Number

(778) 340-1355

Address

#101 - 1305 Welch Street
North Vancouver, British Columbia V7P 1B3
Canada

Typical Job Cost

CAD 200,000 - CAD 10,000,000

Call us to discuss your price per square foot and options to fully renovate vs build new.

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