Bringing an old house back to life!
Here is a look at the beginning of the process. The city needed story poles to get a visual of what a second story addition would look like.
We took this deck apart carefully as part of a larger remodel project. (See Kitchen and Living room remodel) in our projects tab) these redwood boards were still in good shape and we had a family member within our crew that needed a new fence. Again saving the client some money not having to dispose of the material, helping our landfill situation and giving new life to material that was going to be thrown away.
We are remodeling this kitchen in Oakland with new cabinets, doors, windows etc... One of the members of my crew is taking all of the cabinets and appliances to a family member in a small town in Mexico. This both saves our clients money by not having to pay to dispose of them but also keeps them out of the land fill and gives them new life for the foreseeable future.
We have some very exciting news. This Craftsman kitchen has been selected to be part of this years Rockridge kitchen tour. We hope you will come and see us and the other amazing kitchens on this tour. The tour will be on Sunday September 29th from 12:30 to 5:30. Please let us know if you have any questions.
It never fails... open up a house and it will rain:) regardless of the size of the project taking care of our clients homes during construction is our responsibility and priority. Here is a photo of our current project in Alameda. We were able to protect all of the existing floors and plaster that we are planning to refinish.
the opening up of a rockridge kitchen. by removing a wall and installing new exterior pocket and sliding doors we are opening the kitchen to the new deck and beautiful back yard. Stay tuned for more updates and the finished project in the projects page.
As builders we always love to build things that are different or unique. This entertainment cabinet was a great way to use the space under the staircase. You will notice the stairs going up thru the right corner of the cabinet. This house is a split level so the framing members became the sides of the drawers below. Having two former cabinet makers on our crew makes working out the details of custom pieces both enjoyable and successful.