• May ArtSalon 2015

    We at Modular Home Additions are proud to announce that we are a sponsor of the May ArtSalon 2015

    ArtSalon 2015 is a unique exhibition of a wide-range contemporary art, taking place twice a year, traditionally featuring works by more than 40 artists.

    May ArtSalon 2015

    NORTH LIBERTY PROPERTIES,

    358 DUFFERIN ST., UNITE 108, TORONTO, ON M6K 1Z8

    Opening reception – Friday May 29th 2015 at 7:00PM.

    We hope you can come out and support this event.

  • Free Digital Copy of Canadian Home Trends Magazine Spring 2015

    SPRING IS FINALLY HERE!

    The Canadian Home Trends Magazine just put out their 2015 spring issue and would love it if you all had a chance to read it.

    The digital edition for Design 2015 is now available. Click the link below for your complimentary copy!

    http://digital.canadianhometrends.ca/makeovers2015/

    Check out this magazine for amazing home decor and design ideas.

    Home Trend Image Representation

  • Backyard Projects #1

    Wagon Herb Planter

    • After a long winter your garage/storage unit may be packed with a bunch of tools and toys you might not use anymore. Take that rusty wagon and turn it into a mobile planter. With the ability of moving it where ever you want you can place it where you find it most convenient.

    Add a Swing Set

    • If you have children and you have a lot of room in your backyard why not build them a swing set. No longer will you have to bring them to the park everyday just so they can run around and play on the swings and slides. Now you can sit back and relax on your patio as they have their fun

    Light Up Your Path

    • During the nighttime it might be a little hard to find your way along a path if there is no light to guide your way. By adding garden lights along a walk way can make your backyard come alive at night.

    Grow Your Own Food

    • Why spend your money on fruits and vegetables when you can grow your own. Even if you don’t have that much room to grow a whole garden, you can grow smaller vegetables in a big flowerpot.