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Improving the American Dream
Improving the American Dream
|Posted on December 10, 2017 at 2:22 PM||comments (0)|
|Posted on November 5, 2017 at 8:08 AM||comments (0)|
We want to thank who ever created Nextdoor. :)
The new owners needed this big room turned into a bedroom. The entrance door is on the left.
We obliged and closed it in for them.
The entrance door in the far right but dead center is the thickness of the wall. We did NOT want to close in a thick wall and leave bunch of dead-space.
We closed in the room and made a closet.
And turned that thick wall on the left into a beautiful book shelf!!
From a different view...the thick wall.
We really were glad to leverage that wall space. Turns out the homeowner loves to read and now has a place for all her books!!
|Posted on July 24, 2017 at 5:21 PM||comments (0)|
ALPHARETTA: Si way....we did some serious painting in this house. The homeowners wanted all the trim sprayed because it leaves an awesome finish. Especially when using ProClassic Trim Paint from Sherwin-Williams and that's exactly what we did.
Among many things we also installed a recessed mounted TV outlet equipped with a power surge and tore down the existing mantle.
And here you have it!! Yes, we did the stone work as well.
Spray painting an occupied home is cumbersome but it can get done. The results are fantastic.
The pictures don't do the work too much justice but as you can see it looks real nice.
We repaired/touched up everywhere just about.
The clients did a a great job selecting Dorian Gray (they used a flat washable premium paint from Sherwin Williams called Duration.)
We have to use a small tip sprayer to focus on the trim and to not waste the paint. ProClassic premium grade paint from Sherwin-Williams.
The window cleaning took a little over day alone.
We did the floors too but this post is all about the paint job.....
Duration paint goes on sooooo smooth and looks great when it dries. Did I mention it's a flat WASHABLE paint?
A Boatload of Interior Upgrades
|Posted on June 6, 2016 at 6:34 AM||comments (0)|
ALPHARETTA: It feels sooo good to be referred to friends and family, it really means a lot to us.
This new homeowner was referred to us by clients we did work for almost 12 months prior & we appreciate being considered.
On the left is our lead, Jose and Raul.
As you can see to the right, this house had walls and walls of wallpaper that unfortunately sucks up a lot of time.
<--These next three pics are one view of the master bedroom. It had two separate closets with glass bi-fold doors and a dust collector on top of the closet (notice the roof line?)
<--We closed the roof line and a closet door. We also had to prime the walls for the new color because the green was too strong/dark of a color.
<---What a difference huh?
The old master bath worked but it was just too dated.
We do a lot of drywall work and here we are making things smooth again.
It's all in the details.
The master bedroom and bath from a different view
Wonder-Twins Power activate!!
Yes, our homeowner has a lot of shoes. :)
Check out the walls, corner cabinet and counter top wall
All gone....homeowner wanted a pantry in lieu of what was there.
We're past the first phase on this pic
Something new? Recessed lighting didn't exist prior
The finished product being lived in.
We tore down stuff, painted, installed engineered flooring, a little floor, made closets bigger, and more.
|Posted on December 25, 2015 at 1:00 PM||comments (0)|
Getting Ready to Sell!
|Posted on September 29, 2015 at 7:37 AM||comments (0)|
We Also Service Lawrenceville!!
|Posted on April 26, 2015 at 2:46 PM||comments (0)|
Basement Drywall - Dunwoody
|Posted on April 26, 2015 at 1:52 PM||comments (10)|
We were impressed with the homeowners father and the framing and structural work he did. He moved load bearing walls and inserted beams, he framed out the basement walls and more. BUT, he didn't want to mess with the drywall. :) He probably was very capable but it really was too much drywall for one person.
Scroll down to see the before and after pics. We left it "paint ready" - includes a smooth finish and primed.
Water Damaged Condo - Yikes!
|Posted on April 16, 2015 at 5:54 PM||comments (304)|
We were very fortunate to have been selected to come in and bring our clients condo back to where it was before the water lines busted back in February (insurance claim). What did we do?
Removed two layers of wallpaper, repaired the drywall, and painted (we're very very good at drywall).
What else? (scroll down)
We installed new R24 insulation on this exterior wall and installed new drywall. What else? (scroll down some more)
A new kitchen! (sort of). Actually we insulated the pipes to help prevent future issues and added 24 insulation as well. We also installed two (2) 5/8 sections drywall around the perimeter. Why? Code requires this due the walls being adjacent to the neighbor. Helps fire spreading.
We fixed some plumbing issues and installed her base cabinets, countertop, and sink.
What else? (keep scrolling)
New kitchen floor tile!! We installed a decorative - 12" and 18"
What else? Keep scrolling...
New laminate flooring!!!
|Posted on February 2, 2015 at 8:24 AM||comments (0)|
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