Projects and Renovations

Adding a window
Adding a window

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Office
Office

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Kitchen Renovation
Kitchen Renovation

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Adding a window
Adding a window

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Creating a window
Layout in Basement

Inside view of different steps building in a window in this wooden structure.

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A partly finished basement was in need of a separated laundry room, an utility room, and an additional guest bathroom. As shown in the first picture it all started with a layout on the concrete floor.

Creating a Partition
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Different steps to improve and modify a bathroom. An exhaust fan was needed, a new window built in, and the customer had asked for a half round partition to separate the toilet from the rest of the bathroom.

Finishing Office Space
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An existing but unfinished space, meant for an office, was finished and immediately used after.

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Building a Powder Room
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After separating some space within a big laundry/utility room, constructing a partition wall with fake

window for some daylight, building in an additional door and the smallest sink possible, a toilet with

flush grinder was installed to create this small powder room in a basement.

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Adding New Windows
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Outside view of new windows with customized frame and sill installed in a wooden structure.

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Kitchen Renovation

A lengthy renovation took place in an old farmhouse kitchen. There was enough space for a new kitchen but poor insulation, not enough daylight, a strange floor layout, and dated utilities called for something more radical (Picture 1). During the renovation process (Picture 2) other experts were involved to ensure a proper outcome. Everything turned out beautiful and everybody was happy (Picture 3).