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WO Build Special Offer Homes west Toronto

Wo Build Special Offer

 


Free Assessment
The WO-BUILT ‘Your Dream House' Assessment helps you formulate your ideal home and your ideal home renovation and enables you to communicate your visions to your contractor. Created by Wo-Built Inc, the assessment, is an important tool in you achieving your ‘Dream House'

Wo-Built Inc developed the ‘Your Dream House' Assessment to provide home owners with an invaluable tool which will enable optimum understanding of their dream house. By exploring their individuality and their unique problems and situations home owners can really determine what they want and what will suit them ultimately.

Communication will be so much more effective between all parties and the results so much more satisfying.' Says Martina Ernst, CEO of Wo-Built Inc. ‘The ‘Dream House' Assessment will enable home owners to voice their vision so much better than just showing the contractor magazines articles, pictures or design references from home improvement shows. This is seldom effective as the shows and magazines represent someone else's taste and situation.

So the concept is the same, but different and the difference is left to the interpretation of the contractor. Hence, often the results will fall short of expectations and disappointment is possible as everyone envisages similar things differently according to his or her own experience.'

THE ASSESSMENT IS FREE till TO SEPTEMBER 21ST, 2008. THIS IS OUR SUMMER HOLIDAY SPECIAL OFFER FOR 2008.

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David Pylyp- Due to the overwhelming response, we requested that Wo Build repeat this incredible offer.

David Pylyp

Etobicoke Real Estate Agent

Accredited Senior Agent for York Peel and Halton Regions

Lives in Toronto and promotes Giving Value

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