Customer Issue: Ms. Owens wanted to add a shower and make the bathroom feel less crowded.
Our Solution: We removed the existing bathtub and built a wall splitting the freed-up space in two. Then, we turned the larger area into a curbed walk-in shower with built-in shampoo and soap shelves. We used the same tiles for the rest of the bathroom to achieve a uniform look. We used the niche we created to install custom made cabinets and drawers. And finally, we replaced the existing countertop with the one that better complemented the new design.
Customer Issue: Ms. Phelps wanted to change the look of her pool deck and add a matching beach entry.
Our Solution: We had a rather straightforward job here and as soon as Ms. Phelps chose the color of flagstone she liked best, we started working. There were a couple of wide steps on the shallow side of the pool which we easily turned into a beach entry. Since the cement pool deck had structural damage, we used it as a base for the flagstone. We also covered the beach entry with flagstone, to visually tie it in with the deck.
Customer Issue: Ms. Pitts wanted to revamp her kitchen without relocating the appliances.
Our Solution: Ms. Pitts had a functional and well-organized kitchen and needed a cosmetic makeover. So, we stained the existing kitchen cabinets to match the color of the dining table and chairs. We also added crown molding to make them look nicer. We used the same tiles for both the backsplash and the base of the island and replaced the original countertops with new granite ones. Ms. Pitts was impressed with how we completely transformed the look of her kitchen while staying within her budget.