Ceiling Retextured
Jul01

Ceiling Retextured

Ceiling Retextured After considering the options of moving to a new house or remodeling their current home, the homeowner opted to stay and renovate. Their first decision was to have us remove the popcorn texture on all ceilings throughout the house. After we complete some more remodeling projects for them, we will be painting the ceilings and walls throughout the house. Before Photo Scraping popcorn texture from ceiling. Popcorn has...

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Balcony Remodel
Jun22

Balcony Remodel

Balcony Remodel Our client wanted to reduce noise by enclosing an upstairs balcony exercise area. To create this new room we removed part of the banister railing and constructed a wall in its place and added a new pocket door. Now that the installation of the baseboard and pocket door trim completes the job, the homeowner will be painting. Before Photo The railing has been removed and the studs have been placed for the wall enclosing...

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Luxury Master Bath
May29

Luxury Master Bath

Luxury Master Bathroom To help our clients visualize their dream master bathroom, we developed renderings of the new space. This is what their bathroom looked like before we started the renovation. They now enter their new bathroom through a barn door and enjoy the free standing soaking tub under a chandelier or the enlarged dual control shower. The shiplap wall treatment is a wonderful backdrop to the new his and her vanities. New...

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Can Tile be Installed Over Hairline Cracks?
Apr01

Can Tile be Installed Over Hairline Cracks?

Tile can add color and style to your flooring while giving you peace of mind because of the durability and water resistant qualities in this material. Ceramic, porcelain, and the popular wood-look tile comes in a wide range of colors, patterns, sizes and price points. But when you are selecting your tile, keep in mind before you make your final decision, that you can apply tile rated for flooring to the walls but you cannot apply tile...

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Why is My New Tile Grout Inconsistent in Color?
Mar20

Why is My New Tile Grout Inconsistent in Color?

The general expectation of the homeowner is that the tile grout color they have chosen for their new tile installation will have a consistent color throughout the wall or floor. Unfortunately, this is not always so. Color variation is common and should be expected. The risk of the greatest color inconsistencies are by relying on the hand mixing of the powder grout. But even using a pre-mixed grout does not guarantee consistency in...

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