Ledemza Kitchen Remodel

When approached with this project, the client was not sure if the retrofit was even possible. That’s where our experience comes in to play, I assured the customer that we’ve conquered these types of problems before. She requested that we delete the “fur downs”
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McDaniel Kitchen

This one had its own challenges. The client requested a total renovation of her “galley” kitchen. She wanted to wall over the narrow living room door and use the new wall for the custom cabinets they ordered. We built the cabinets at our facility where we could do the cust
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The Sharp Project

This one is a project I did for a recently widowed woman and dear friend. We call this one “Sharp Project”. A close friend called me one Sunday and said, “Bryan, My mother-in-law has a severe leak in her home ruining the laundry room and making mildew grow in the hou
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The Bayes Project

This project was particularly challenging due to the angle of the stair case. They never had a hand rail on these stairs because the previous owner was also the original builder and was working on this house on weekends. Adding to the level of difficulty, we had to remove the upstairs
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The Lawsons Project

The Lawsons Project is the one of the most difficult additions we’ve done. We needed to add a cover over their entire deck and tie the whole thing into the home making it appear as if it was there since new construction. In addition to adding a lovely rear veiw of their ranch st
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The Bolander Project

A full exterior restoration was in order for this 1940’s home. Notice the screeen porch on the left side of the home. We had to re-screen the entire porch along with well, you know what it takes to wash, scrape, wash again, scrape more then prime and paint!!! The colors were lef
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RT Home Entryway

After we completed the renovations to the exterior to the RT residence, the owner me asked to renovate his entry way. I told him, “if you’d like me to do this update, I’d like some liberty on the design!” He agreed to the terms and I set out on the hardest tile
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The RT Project

This project was one of the most challenging remodels we have encountered. The customer wanted what would turn out to be the hardest deconstruction of the firms history. We were contracted to remove a 32′ brick chimney and fireplace. The client wanted to use the space where the
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The Caroline Project

What you see here is a VERY unique design. The problem was a leaking deck that was damaging the ceiling below. The original installer had used improper material for sealant and decking. The greatest challenge for this particular project was the clearances available to us for support,
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Gibbs-Powell Museum

We were afforded the great opportunity to update the exterior of a grand home built in 1843!!! We could not have been more honored to be chosen for the restoration of this magnificent piece of history. The renovation allowed us to use multiple levels of scaffold and countless ladders
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