Our goal is to create homes that are as beautiful to look at as they are comfortable to live in. [...]
All Certified Renovantage™ Contractors provide their clients with Performance Guarantee from Renovantage. Should a dispute arise between the Client and Contractor and the following conditions are met:
- an arbitration ruling is issued in the favor of the Client
- contractor will not complete the project per the contract or arbitration ruling
Renovantage will assign another contractor to complete the work. The Performance Guarantee will be used to cover any expenses incurred above the original contract. This, however, does not apply if the Client chooses to hire a contractor that is not a member of Renovantage to complete the project.
Allmax does more than just home inspections, and that’s why we chose them to provide our mediation service. They have in‐depth knowledge of home construction, local building code bylaws, and they have the capability to provide mediation services on an independent basis. You can count on Allmax to provide a fair and knowledgeable mediation so you can settle the dispute and get your renovation back on track.
Bram M. Zinman is a Barrister and Solicitor, called to the Ontario Bar in 1980. He is a member of the Arbitration Institute of Canada and practices commercial real estate, construction law and litigation in Toronto, Ontario. He is experienced as an arbitrator and legal counsel in commercial and construction disputes, mediation and litigation, and has acted as a founding arbitrator for Ontario Motor Vehicle Arbitration Program (OMVAP). He has successfully acted on hundreds of construction related legal actions and construction lien matters in Ontario for landowners, lenders and general contractors.
Dispute Resolution Process
In those rare situations where the contractor and homeowner disagree, Renovantage has devised a fast and cost-effective process for resolving these matters. As part of our Standard Agreement, the parties agree to utilize the Renovantage Dispute Resolutions Services and to share equally in the expenses of the appointed mediator and/or arbitrator.