Brushed nickel everywhere! Another Bathroom remodel pumped out. No more old wallpaper, dated oak cabinets or tile counter. Gutted this one down and started over. Tile on the floor was replaced, charcoal subway was added around the tub/shower which also was subject to an upgrade. Retro fit double pane window, new lighting, baseboard, and a custom Rocco Esspresso shaker cab because you can't always order EXACTLY what your customer wants so being able to manufacture them ourselves is a huge plus. 😁 Please excuse the dishes in the sink as we are about to throw their kitchen back together which is also getting a yuuuge face lift. More on that coming soon! #Cabinetry#Woodworking#Tile#Remodel#Contrustion#Renovation#ContractorsOfInstagram#Granite#Drywall#Plumbing#Electrical#Shaker#Stain#FinishWork#GameChanger
@clcdayton south campus had a need for an elevator so the entire building could be ADA accessible.
This one was a head scratcher at times. Making sure the layout was square and plumb at each level (3) was somewhat of a challenge because of all the different wall planes.
We had to do dig a pit and pour concrete back 3" below grade so the elevator would be level with the finish floor elevation.
The Interior wall was just fastened to the wall below so we had to add bracing and a couple columns for the elevator to fasten too.
There is an attendee that has never been downstairs before because they were never able to get down in their wheel chair. Now everything is accessible! 👍🏻✌🏻💪🏻👊🏼🇺🇸🔨
People will often question why contractors prices are so high, it's simple, the products that are used today are far more superior than we've ever seen before. Sure you could always cheap out on some things, but in 10 years when your having the project redone, are you really saving any money? Tile is the biggest projects I see that people will want to take the cheaper way out and often times try to do themselves. Now, theres nothing wrong with a homeowner trying to lay their own tile, but laying tile is a very technical process. You have to make sure your subfloor is acceptable to lay tile on, plan out your expansion joints if you have any, decide what thinset is best for your application, what size trowel to use, what type of grout and the list can go on and on. With the right products being used and the right methods and an installer that is well qualified, a tile floor can last hundreds of years. #schlutersystems#schluterditra#tilefloor#tilesetter#contractorsofinsta#contractorsofinstagram#carpentersareadyingbreed#doingitrightthefirsttime#hireaprofessional#supportthetrades#backbutter#collapsethoseridges
One of our customers in Arlington accidentally had a painter paint over their beautiful custom Mahogany doors years ago. So, we teamed up with Austin Roberts Construction to help rescue the day for this family. It was a tedious process, but after hours of hand sanding, power sandblasting, and applying coats of base polyurethane to the doors they were brought back to their true natural color! Check out the Before and Afters! Let us know what you guys think of the transformation?
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