We know that concerns about the Coronavirus must be forefront in people’s thoughts right now. The well-being of our employees, clients, and trade partners is of greatest concern to us. We want to reassure you that we will continue to push your projects forward to the best of our ability and as quickly as possible. We are closely following the advice from our government health officials on how best to continue our daily operations and we are doing everything we can to keep people healthy across our business.
In line with this advice, we are asking staff and trade partners who have recently traveled outside of Canada or if they or a member of their household are feeling unwell or exhibiting any symptoms to self-isolate at home. Workers on our job sites continue practicing the recommended measures to prevent transmission.
As we have come to know, this situation and its responses change rapidly. We will be in communication with any updates. Thank you for your patience and cooperation at this time, and thank you for your business.
Halloween 2020 will be one to remember. Much has changed, but our love for Halloween lies in our ability to do it safely this year.
Due to the current pandemic, our annual haunted installation, the Pirate Ship Inferno, has been committed to dry dock. However,we’d like to keep our 9-year tradition of helping our friends at the Greater Vancouver Food Bank (GVFB) with a Virtual Food Drive.
This year, more than ever, the GVFB’s resources have been stressed during these unprecedented times. We’re reaching out for your support in raising funds for this important organization through our ‘East Van Private Ship Virtual Food Drive’.
For every $1 donated, the Greater Vancouver Food Bank can double the value, purchasing local, fresh and healthy food for families and those in need.
Because of the GVFB’s buying power and strong relationships with farmers and retailers, contributing money instead of food allows the GVFB to purchase fresh, healthy, high-quality foods – and more of it.
Support the Food Bank this Halloween by participating in our Virtual Food Drive.
This 100 year-old Strathcona residence was lifted to create the usable living space of a full-height basement and replace a crumbling foundation. What goes up, must come down, so stay tuned for our next steps.
Etheridge Home Renovations designed and built the new third story to this East Vancouver Addition creating a stunning family home that’s incredibly functional and beautiful.
“Revisit House & Home’s most watched house tour on YouTube — six years and one dramatic makeover later! Design pro Colette Soros of Parliament Interiors welcomes us back into her Vancouver home, which was revamped with a fresh Scandi-inspired look and a brand new addition. See how she transformed the entire floor plan, added high ceilings, skylights, decks off the front and back of the house, and natural wood finishes to create a timeless space fit for her family.” – House & Home
For the third straight year, a crew of EHR staff and friends attended the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series tournament in Vancouver the weekend of March 10 to 11. While the athletic prowess on display at these fast-paced and hard-hitting games is enough to warrant attendance, the event also affords fans an opportunity to let loose and flex their creative spirit in outlandish costume. This year, our own “Ron Burgundy” (Owner Paul Etheridge) fearlessly led the charge in coordinating a variety of Will Ferrell inspired outfits.
Etheridge Home Renovation is proud to be one of the 24 sponsor partners for the Britannia Micro Footie program. This spring soccer program is in its 24th year and this year we will have over 1200 East Side kids from age – 18. We are sponsoring Team England!
Five years ago I started building the first pirate ship Inferno display, a Goonies reference, for my young girls. Initially, they were too scared to enjoy it, often refusing to return home after trick or treating but they’ve since grown to love it.
I found the process rather therapeutic and as the years sailed by my creativity flowed and the boundaries got pushed and Inferno grew and grew. Our display has become a mainstay in the neighbourhood with kids and adults alike, and since 2013 we’ve had over 1000 children visiting our display on Halloween night.
Because of Infernos popularity, we decided to use the ship as a tool to raise donations for our local Vancouver food bank and since 2014 we’ve collected close to $800 and over 1,000lbs in non-perishable food items.
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