Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Saturday, March 13, 2010
Friday, March 12, 2010
This old house needed a new coat of paint. There were some issues with the roofing and drainage, so we called in our roofing contractor to do the repairs on top. The gutters had to be removed during the process.
Happily, the gutters were salvaged and rehung.
Consider It Done Construction fixed the dry rot and replaced the decking on the porch, then repaired the steps up to the house. The customer requested that the porch swing be painted, too. It was the perfect finishing touch.
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
This picture was taken just as the electrician arrived to re-wire the lighting.
The little clock on the counter wasn't the only thing that stayed. The cabinet over the toilet is original, as is the door and door hardware (We added the decorative trim to the door before painting).
Two things were added after this picture was taken: a small piece of trim on the cabinet at the ceiling, and a ceiling fan.
The customer wanted french doors installed here to create a private conference room.
The near set of doors is new, the far set of doors is original to the building. The door sets swing opposite directions because of the limitations of the space.
Consider It Done Construction also did the painting, and worked with a flooring contractor to coordinate installation of the carpeting.
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
Monday, March 8, 2010
Deck and new fence panels added in preparation for sale of the home.
We designed the deck to work with the shape of the backyard, and existing landscaping. The new fence panels were modified to add privacy on one side, and give better access.
The customer wanted a bathroom remodel using the existing vintage tub, vanity mirror, window, and toliet. The plumbing needed to be repaired before the new floor could be installed.
The customer selected all the new fixtures.