Monday, May 24, 2010

Fence Replacement

This fence was rotting.

Because this customer opted for high-end materials the job went from just a fence, to landscape architecture. Consider It Done Construction suggested two additions to the factory fence panels: 1) A strip of pressure treated wood at the bottom of the fence, so contact with the dirt will not speed decay,  and 2) Caps at the top of the posts for a finishing touch.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Kitchen Remodel

This was a kitchen being upgraded for a high end rental. Consider It Done Construction painted the cabinets, installed new appliances, and painted the walls throughout the home. After the painting was done, we installed laminate flooring.

Consider It Done Construction also coordinated the sub contractor
selected to install the quartz counter tops.

Monday, May 10, 2010

Dont Try This At Home

The customer wanted a custom cabinet here.

This was a fun project that required an old school cabinet build/installation. Consider It Done Construction fabricated this bank of enclosed shelving to match circa 1940's cabinetry elsewhere in the home. Normally, a cabinet contractor would install the cabinetry, but in this case, it was a custom woodworking job.
Later, when the customer is ready to resume the improvements in this room, Consider It Done Construction will complete the trim, and add large drawers for wrapping paper in the bottom cavities.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Rental Kitchen Clean Up

Oh my. Started by hauling away debris.

Prepped and painted.
Added a shelf above new hood for support and esthetics, and installed a sheet of FRP as a backer board for easy cleaning.