Below are some before and after pics of some of our projects. There is no project too big or too small! We can make your dream come true no matter the obstacles.
Literally was escorted on to this property as you see it here....a slab, questionable framing and poorly executed demo....owner had a vision and he said we nailed it.
The owner wanted a modern look with a bit of a beach theme and waterproof floors.
Above shows the pantry using rehabbed antiqued doors
Above and below shows a dilapidated rear porch turned master bath utilizing a custom barn door.
Shots below shows the porch turned master bath from the outside (don’t worry, facia was added to the roofline later on :))
Some fantastic deck work showing no matter what you have or may want we can make it happen.
This customer wanted to turn his plain white garage into a Harley themed “man cave” to park his new bike. A place where he could put all his Harley stuff and hang out with his friends. He wanted exposed industrial lighting and a custom barn door so I hand made all of it! Can't buy that setup anywhere. Also in the slide show is some cedar siding work a customer wanted to have a beach theme color palet. We used two different thicknesses of boards to add to the aleady wide colors they chose.
Previous “handyman” bailed on this job...this list is too long with what’s wrong with this picture, so a full tear out and redo was in order.
Aside from what you can see that’s wrong, here’s a list of things you can’t see: 1. No water barrier between the tile and studs...mold in the walls would have definitely been an issue over time. 2. Tiles were held on with blobs vs full troweled thin set coverage...hollow spots on every tile, some were even cracked. 3. Behind the valve handle there was a 3.5in hole for a 1.5in manifold...left unsealed! Water would have just flowed straight in. 4. There was a 1 inch strip of tile cut to fill in the top where the tiles didn’t reach the ceiling...and on some he turned the design horizontal vs vertical. ** KNOW WHO YOU’RE HIRING**. ....or don’t, and just call me later :)
Check out the “shower shelf” above. The handyman glued tiles to the back of the drywall! Always know about who you’re hiring!
A little Shiplap action here. Customer said she’d paint, so we gave her the wood look she wanted and gave her something new to beautify
The wall here separating the dining room from the family room was so twisted and crooked in so many ways, it took some serious magic to make it laser straight...but we got it!
Ok...by far the most involved rustic/barn wood/color themed Shiplap job we have ever done! customer provided a pic they found and said can you replicate it...and we want it in cedar. I told him the pic was done using pt pine (very different wood), and if we use cedar it’s going to be a new level of hard to get the colors you want. He said the wife wants cedar and it HAS to match the pic so make the magic happen....so we did. To get the textural elements of the pic we got two different thicknesses of plank. We had to get both red and white cedar so our custom paint and stain combos would work with the underlying wood color to get the color match the customer was looking for. When it was all done we sealed it so the colors won’t bleed or fade. The customer was beyond blown away he said he wasn’t putting his wall decor back up because it would be covering the artwork beneath.....it’s why we do it :)
Nice medium sized pressure treated pine deck where the client wanted benches, planters, and storage instead if a railing and they wanted it all to integrate. They want it colored darker to match closer to the bricks, but It needs a bit of time to dry out before it’s stained and sealed. The clients wanted a place where they could sit and be with family, enjoy they’re potted plants, and just have a place they could reflect while overlooking the river they lived on. I think we hit the nail in the head..(no pun intended, we used stainless screws :) We also threw together some under seat lighting and step lighting so evenings on the deck are the way they should be..enlightening.