Have your next renovation completed by Journeyperson Carpenter, Penny Jean Wohlberg.

Proudly serving Saskatoon and area since 2012.

Think about your current home… When was the last time you updated your kitchen or bathroom? Had new flooring done? Installed modern doors and trim? Painted? Is it time to “spruce things up"?

Many people renovate every 15 - 25 years. When you spend your hard earned money on home improvements, you will have that kitchen/​bathroom/​flooring/​basement/etc. for many years to come. Which is why choosing a contractor who pays close attention to detail is so important. I go the extra mile to ensure that your home renovation dreams become reality.

I will oversee the entire project, start-to-finish: from offering ideas about design, completing demo and re-construction, to looking after the finishing touches. When you choose Renovation Jeannie, you get first class workmanship, top notch quality, and someone whose #1 priority is customer satisfaction.

As a Red Seal qualified carpenter, I guarantee you can trust all aspects of your renovation will be exactly what you were hoping for.

What are people saying about Renovation Jeannie?

Testimonials

A Satisfied Client - M.B.E Harris

you will benefit from her job well done...
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A Satisfied Client - M.B.E Harris

I am a retired educator and it is always my pleasure to hear of males teaching the primary grades — exuberant to have females in administration roles. Why not?

There is no logical basis for gender-oriented positions in a profession. If you are interested in having an active part in supporting the above, I would recommend Renovation Jeannie. Penny is on the cusp of turning carpentry into a non-gender-based profession.

In addition, you will benefit from her job well done. Penny is well-educated as a graduate from SIAST. Her work is more than satisfactory — it is great! Add to that meticulous work, pleasant personality, and a well-groomed lady.

Last, but not least; she brings dignity to her work.

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An Integral Part - Linda.

It truly was a pleasure to work with her....
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An Integral Part - Linda.

Penny was an integral part of a kitchen renovation where demolition work was required. She is very professional and offers various levels of work involvement from her end depending upon the available budget.

I was impressed with her ability to bring forth ideas in areas I was not sure what could be done; again, different ideas for different amounts of budgets. Attention to detail and excellent workmanship is evident in the projects she completed for me.

She is very personable and I felt I was treated with respect while expressing my wants or concerns. When I have any home renovation project, I do not hesitate to contact Penny. It truly was a pleasure to work with her.

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2 Major Projects - Vic W.

the projects were completed as planned and the process was virtually worry-free for us...
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2 Major Projects - Vic W.

We had Renovation Jeannie do the following major projects in our two homes – one older home and one under construction:

  • bathroom and kitchen makeovers
  • installation of steam showers
  • new ceramic tiling
  • fireplace framing and subsequent stone work
  • installation of cupboards
  • installation of appliances
  • all the interior painting of both houses

The best part of the experience was working with an experienced journeyperson. We discovered very quickly that the projects were completed as planned and the process was virtually worry-free for us.

The attention to detail, the help we received with our design ideas and Renovation Jeannie’s access to and cooperation with subtrades ensured we had the beautiful results we wanted.

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A Happy Referral - Karen T.

She was a good communicator and quickly grasped what I wanted...
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A Happy Referral - Karen T.

I called Renovation Jeannie based on a recommendation from Habitat for Humanity.

My apartment is the 80’s version of wheelchair accessibility. The areas under the kitchen sink and stovetop are open. My small electrical appliances were still in a plastic container, my canned goods in a laundry basket, and my grandma’s dishes were still packed.

Penny came to do measurements. She was a good communicator and quickly grasped what I wanted. She installed shelves in two corner cabinets and built-in storage under the sink and stovetop. To my surprise, she had re-purposed cabinet fronts from another kitchen renovation. The match was perfect! Magic! Just like a Genie!

As a result, my grandma’s dishes have a home in cabinets that are level, plumb, and perfectly square. Just like a Renovation Jeannie!

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