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|Posted on November 2, 2018 at 3:21 PM||comments (100)|
|Posted on March 14, 2018 at 5:01 AM||comments (0)|
Lucky for us we can also remove walls and install beams/headers. Comes in handy on cold snowy days.
We were fortunate to have been referred to these new homeowners. They wanted to remove this load bearing wall to make a more spacious open area.
We opened it as much as we could.
We also have to remove crown molding and baseboards.
This is not a promo shot.
Up goes the Laminate Veneer Laminate (LVL) beam.
Here you have it folks..."openness"
A two way street...
This was the first snow of December 2018.
|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 November 3, 2017 at 6:42 AM||comments (0)|
SMYRNA, GA: We referred to these homeowner's and for that we're always very, very thankful.
We met with the homeowners to the discuss the scope of work.
And got busy prepping and painting (keep your eye on the windows to the right).
As is customary in our field (lucky us) the scope of work grew and soon the homeowners asked us to remove these skylights.
And we got busy on that as well.
We removed the sky lights....
Installed new roof sheathing and 30lb black felt paper.
And before you knew it we were done.
Click on this picture and you'll see that we spraying the crown molding. Spraying leaves an awesome finish...we use Sherwin Williams ProClassic premium trim paint. Leaves a nice hard shell.
Our U.S. Marine learning a few things from our pain lead.
I must give it to the homeowners (maybe just the missus) because they hit it out of the ballpark.
We loved their color pallet and the vision to open the sun-room on the left. We also lowered the sky-high mantel to a nicer height.
Starting the paint process in the foyer.
The mast bathroom. We actually painted almost the entire inside to include some of the basement. It was a big house.
The old bat cave...we removed all the windows and installed new beams. The slate tile was a paint to remove and a hassle to carry out (very heavy).
The homeowners (likely the missus) made an excellent choice on tile. It's a "brick-like" from Floor and Decor...awesome. We built the columns and trim..
Build it and they will come....
We did (but not the carpet)
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