Monday, June 3, 2013
This funky multi-tiered deck was dry rot damaged, and not very functional.
Consider It Done started by removing it.
There it is...a large, functional backyard deck.
Bring on the BBQ!
The new deck design looks like it's always been here.
This young family is going to get a lot of use out of this new deck!
Thursday, May 23, 2013
Just beyond the toilet here, we're going to put in a shower.
Notice the shower pan is in...
We captured a hall closet to do this project. That's the entry just beyond the framing.
This was ready for the plumbing contractor to do his magic.
What a great improvement for this master bathroom!
Monday, April 22, 2013
We've removed the gutter, prior to demo on the rotted wood.
Consider It Done Construction custom milled the wood onsite, so it matched perfectly.
The flashing between the new and old wood prevents moisture from getting in there and creating an issue in the future.
Once the customer paints this, it'll be perfect.
Monday, April 15, 2013
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Monday, March 11, 2013
The carpet in the laundry area was past its useful life.
We had to clear out the room prior to working on the floor.
Extensive dry rot was found and repaired. It even affected the stairs, so we removed them, too.
What a tremendous difference.
Consider It Done Construction found and repaired the dry rot, re-sheeted the floor, built new, stronger stairs up to the main house, and laid new one-piece vinyl flooring.
Monday, March 4, 2013
Monday, February 25, 2013
This creative customer wanted help with a custom cork board to surround their dartboard.
Consider It Done Construction painted the walls, and designed a protective area around the dartboard. The customer later added tons of wine corks to the wood to finish the design.
Monday, February 18, 2013
Monday, February 11, 2013
This project was in a home with 2 bedrooms upstairs, and a walk-in closet. The customer wanted to convert that closet into a bathroom.
In order to communicate with the customer, Consider It Done Construction placed blue tape to show which doors would be removed, and where the shower and sink would be located.
If you keep your eye on the shower area throughout this post, it will all make more sense.
These are the same 2 doorways after the walls were opened for plumbing and electrical. Notice the tape showing the shower (barely visible on the floor).
Work on the shower stall and walls has begun. The plumbing poking out of the wall indicates where the sink will be. This is a farmhouse, so the wainscoting was a great choice for the walls.
Shower pan work continues, and one-piece vinyl flooring has been installed. Notice the plumbing for the toilet in on the left.
First came the shower, sink/cabinet, and toilet. Then the addition of the lighting fixtures, ceiling fan, mirror, and towel rod and ring. The finished result.
(This is a fun job to scroll back to the top to see what we started with)
Monday, February 4, 2013
Monday, January 14, 2013
In this home, the plumber needed to get inside the walls.
Once the plumber was finished, Consider It Done Construction could button it up and make repairs.
By the time we were finished, it was impossible to tell the walls were ever opened.
Monday, January 7, 2013
If you look closely, the discoloration that comes from water damage is apparent in this flooring.
The floor trim had to be removed first, in order to get the damaged flooring up.
Consider It Done Construction repaired the damage, installed new vinyl flooring, and salvaged the original floor base.
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
This bathroom floor remodel is another gruesome one. We had to peel up the damage first.
This is the same little nook next to the shower after the fix.
It was a very complicated floor plan to do in just one piece of vinyl.
Consider It Done Construction has the experience to lay even convoluted-shaped floors with just one piece of vinyl, resulting in a seamless install.
All that damage had to come out. (look for that floor vent in the next picture)
We've got an 'after' picture from this angle...
There it is, all fixed.