This project touched every single room of this 4-level split in Little Canada MN.
Full remodels of two bathrooms
Partial remodel of a third bathroom
Painting of all walls and ceilings in the entire home
New floorcovering in every room of the home, including carpet, vinyl, and tile
Since our clients were living in the home throughout the project, we decided to perform the transformation in two phases: First the lower two levels, and then the upper two levels. A furniture moving company was hired to relocate our clients belongings prior to each phase, and again at the completion of all of the work. At the conclusion of the project, our professional cleaning team removed all traces of dust and remodeling residue.
Our designer worked tirelessly with the clients to perfect all of the numerous choices in flooring, tile patterns, and paint colors. She even helped our client hang her pictures and artwork. Since each room of the home was touched by the project, careful consideration was given to how the different colors and textures work together.
Among the challenges that were faced and overcome: A hidden mouse infestation that required much disinfectant and odor-blocking primer, An alarm system installation that had wires snaked where our hardwood floors needed to go, and a sensitive fire alarm that was set off during a wood cutting operation (You’ll be glad to know that the Little Canada Fire Chief is a nice fellow).
“Eric and Ruth Bader presented a personal, professional and competent response to the project that I proposed to them. Never did I sense reluctance or unwillingness to adjust or modify what I wanted done. Their suggestions were also made with an understanding of my needs and the outcomes that I wanted.
They have assembled a quality team of trades-people who were friendly, professional, and competent.
Over the 2-1/2 months of work, I felt my home and the project were in good hands. I appreciated that all the work was supervised, double checked for perfection, and generally completed on schedule. Thanks for a job well done!”
Alice, Little Canada MN