This project touched every room of the home: full kitchen and bathroom remodels, as well as new doors, trim, and flooring throughout. In addition, the popcorn ceiling texture was removed and new knockdown texture was applied, followed by fresh paint on all of the walls and ceilings.
This Inver Grove Heights kitchen still had all of it’s original 1978 parts. A full gut and remodel included plumbing and electrical upgrades. The soffit was removed to allow full-height cabinetry and maximize the storage space. Oak cabinets and Cambria countertops look great and will hold up for many years.
The bathroom tub/shower features two recessed niches and two corner shelves for storage, porcelain tile with a stone and copper inlay, and a deep soaking tub for a relaxing soak after a hard day. A custom oak vanity provides plenty of storage and is topped with Cambria quartz. The heated tile floor feels great on a cold winter day. Custom touches include “floating” wood shelves and a custom robe hook rack.
In the living room, we replaced the sooty wood fireplace with a clean gas fireplace, custom cabinetry, stone surround, and marble tile hearth. A custom mission-style guardrail surrounds the stairway to the basement.
The entire home received numerous lighting upgrades, including custom lighting in the glass-front cabinets, undercabinet lighting in the kitchen, and recessed lighting with dimmer switches.
“The job took six weeks and it could not have gone smoother. We were updated with each step and things moved quickly. We would like to personally thank you for the outstanding job that Allrounder did on remodeling our home. We could not be more pleased with the professionalism from everyone who helped along the way. We extend our compliments to Eric, who did an outstanding job keeping us informed as we went along. We LOVE our new space and showing it off. We look forward to the opportunity to work with you on our next project.”
–Kevin & Ann, Inver Grove Heights MN