Greetings blog readers! It’s been a few months since we updated you all with any of our recently completed projects. So without further ado. Here we worked on cupola with a non original cedar shingle roof in need of replacement and weathervane post/rod in need of restoration/paint. Before: A recycled slate roof was chosen over asphalt.Continue reading Cupola and Weathervane
We recently completed a small roofing job using cedar shingles. Before The job was on a bay window. The shingles were crafted using a band saw and jig (for the rounds). Detail Finished
Both these bathrooms were in the same house. Both were completely redone. Walls were moved; plumbing and electrical lines were moved; all fixtures bought new and installed. ~bathroom one~ ~bathroom two~
This kitchen renovation featured an installation of a copper sink, stone work behind the stove and general interior carpentry renovations: built in cabinets and woodwork around the window. The cabinets were purchased used at an antique/salvage store and were made to fit by cutting and rebuilding.
Painting is usually the final step in many construction projects. Painting serves two main functions. First, painting adds color and distinction to your project, personalizing your house. Second, painting is the last layer of protection your house has against the elements. On an exterior project, such as the one in the photos below, primers andContinue reading Painting. The final step
Matthew, my youngest son, a very talented artist, installing tile borders. Patience and attention to detail make for the best product. The second picture is him a few years ago on one of his first tile jobs.
Mosaic installation in progress. A kitchen remodel. New cabinets and detailed tile work