News & Awards – Crossford Construction

News

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This condo reno is a work of art

Anita Murray, Ottawa Citizen | 

An award-winning condo renovation in a 1970s building overlooking the rideau canal starts and ends with the owner’s art collection. Read more on the Ottawa Citizen…

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‘We’re front porch people’ — renovating a century home

 Anita Murray, All Things Home | 

A vacant century home that had seen better days still had enough charm left in her to capture the hearts of a neighbourhood family who took on the daunting task of extensively renovating her, pairing the best of the old with the convenience of the new to give her new life. Read more on All Things Home…

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Intricate renovation of this ’70s-era Ottawa condo results in a stunning new living space

by Izabela Szydlo  •  Postmedia Content Works

When, in the 1970s, renowned developer Bill Teron, who helped shape post-war Ottawa, designed the condominium building on Queen Elizabeth Drive in the Glebe, it was ahead of its time. Read more on the Ottawa Citizen…

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Breathing new life into Ottawa’s old homes, while maintaining their character

It’s easy to become captivated by the Glebe, with its tree-lined residential streets, abundant green space and beautiful old homes. What you may not realize as you stroll through the neighbourhood, however, is that while these homes (and others like them across Ottawa) owe their character to times gone by, many get their curb appeal from Crossford Renovations and Custom Homes. Read more on the Ottawa Citizen…

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Not a job for amateurs: How to plan to survive your bathroom reno

by Alanna Smith  •  Postmedia Content Works

If a New Year’s resolution wasn’t encouragement enough to purchase a gym membership, a bathroom renovation might be.
That’s the advice from local renovators for homeowners who plan to undergo work in a single-bathroom household, where they will have limited to no access to a toilet, shower or bath for the duration of the project. Read more on the Ottawa Citizen…

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Renovation Transformation: Wreck of a Britannia home becomes shipshape

Two hatch covers from a WWII liberty ship are pieced together to create a coffee table and 19th century dry sinks serve as vanities in a newly renovated Britannia Village home. Read more on the Ottawa Citizen…

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Blending for Beauty

by Rochelle James •  Ottawa At Home

Welcome to Ottawa’s Island Park neighbourhood, where a beautifully renovated Tudor-style home awaits. The renovation, led by designer Jane Keyserlingk, of Keyserlingk Design, and brought to life by Crossford Construction, aimed to meet the needs of homeowners Shauna Castle and Brad Jeffers and their growing family while maintaining the home’s original charm. Read more on Ottawa At Home…

Awards

2022 Housing Design Awards — Renovation $400,001-$600,000
2022 Housing Design Awards — Condo apartment suite
2022 Housing Design Awards — Custom kitchen
2022 Housing Design Awards — Best home office
2017 Housing Design Awards — Custom urban home
2017 Housing Design Awards — Renovation $100,001-$200,000
2017 Housing Design Awards — Any room in the house
2017 Housing Design Awards — Exterior details
2016 Housing Design Awards — Custom urban home
2016 Housing Design Awards — Custom kitchen
2015 Housing Design Awards — Custom kitchen
2012 Housing Design Awards — Renovation $350,000-$499,999