Our Journal

Bathroom in an Attic

This was quite the interesting bathroom. It started as a “find the leak” job. The homeowner had called us because their shower had developed a leak into their kitchen. As we were trouble shooting the leak it was immediately noticed that the previous contractor had taken a standard 60″ shower base and built two walls […]

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Historical Deck Renovation

Historical renovations can always be a little tricky. Ironically its typically all surface things in a residential home; windows, fish scales, the shape of a baluster, color choices. It can get into some serious $$ for material choices, thankfully this deck was all pine. We had to make some custom posts and have a few […]

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Blind “pull” Cabinets in the Kitchen

The kitchen below is obviously not the largest in the world, only comprising of 11 cabinets, and with space being a premium, we had to utilize that space as efficiently as possible. With the a fore mentioned space issues (the owner didn’t want to knock any walls down, nor did they want to encroach on […]

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Typical 5′ * 8′ Bathroom

                    If you live in the Dayton and surrounding areas this is a typical hall bath size, 5’*8′. Enough room for a tub/shower, a toilet and a sink base or pedestal sink. Unfortunately there’s not a ton that can be done with them. Most of the […]

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A Swanstone Veritek Unit

The Swanstone Veritek unit is an affordable option for the budget conscious. They are affordable and durable. These units are made of acrylic, not fiberglass. easy to clean, no caulk on the interior of the unit. In most cases we can install these in one day (including a new faucet). In this case we removed […]

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A Spacious Master Bath Conversion

When this room addition was put on back in the 90’s the contractor designed it in such a way that you couldn’t turn around without bumping into a wall, a fixture or anyone else who might be in the room as well. You would enter into the room through a recessed door, the closet was […]

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Subway Tile Makeover

This was simple in and out remodel. Tear out the old and install new. We installed an Americast tub (in white) with tile from “The Tile Shop”. Threw in a border and a fancy soap dish with a new Moen faucet in brushed nickle and the curved shower rod.        

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Sink change out

Not much to say here, we changed out an old stainless steel sink with a new Blanco Diamond Silgranit sink (http://www.blancoamerica.com/c3/blanco_usa/_www/en/pub/products/product_portfolio/portfolio_silgranit_sinks.cfm?fuseaction=c.articledetail&strukturid=1268740597472&artikelnummer=441216) and a Moen MotionSense faucet. The MotionSense (http://www.moen.com/about-moen/smart-innovations/motionsense) is a really, really nice product, well worth the money (and when compared to other faucets on the market isn’t not too painful on the wallet). […]

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Crown Molding and Recessed Lighting

Many Kitchens have “galley lighting”, those ugly raised areas with florescent lights covered by a yellowed plastic cover. Most people want to get rid of them, they’re out dated, ugly, and a pain to change the light bulbs through the metal grid that holds those quickly faded plastic covers (which seem to break at the […]

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Master Bath Make Over

On this project we removed all of the existing fixtures. The vanity was replaced with new in the original spot. The original mirror was reused and a  new light was installed. Originally there was a bathtub where the new walk in shower is at, and there was a small shower where the new tall linen […]

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