This complete home remodel includes a full kitchen & bathroom remodel. In addition, the entire home received hardwood floors and a fresh coat of paint.
Our clients’ primary goal was to update the kitchen. Several appliances didn’t even work anymore, and lack of good storage space meant that they had to keep pots and pans hanging from a rack on the ceiling. In addition, our clients had set up numerous racks and carts for additional storage.
The new kitchen features plenty of storage in the custom maple cabinetry. The durable Cambria quartz countertops are flanked by a natural butcher block peninsula for a variety of textures to keep things visually interesting. After multiple plumbing and electrical updates, the space was drywalled and painted. New stainless appliances and luxury vinyl flooring finish the space. Fully custom overhead, under-cabinet, and task lighting ensures that all work areas are illuminated.
In the bathroom, our clients wished for a luxurious and classic feel for the space. A unique custom cabinet package is topped with Cambria quartz countertops. Luxury vinyl flooring mimics the look of reclaimed barnwood. The white subway tile and chrome fixtures offer a timeless and classic elegance.
OTHER CUSTOM TOUCHES
In addition, the carpeting was removed from the entire home, which revealed some beautiful original hardwood flooring. The wood flooring was painstakingly refinished to its original beauty. While we had the home emptied out, all walls and ceilings were patched and painted. Our carpenters created a new mantle above the fireplace, and new pillars along the staircase.
“I started out just remodeling a little bit and ended up doing my whole upstairs. That includes my entire kitchen, new cabinets, new floor, tile, new refrigerator, stove, the whole ball of wax. Fully new floors, the entire thing painted. And then I had hardwood floors. I had carpeting and that got ripped out and there were hardwood floors underneath and they ended up just processing that, grinding it down and then staining it. Stain and poly. Replacing boards and they had to do everything to code. I got a new fan in my family room, a fan with a light. Plug-in and new lights all over the place because everything has to be to code now.
Everything was fantastic. Well, basically, what I want I got. It wasn’t like some of these other people that came because we were looking to remodel our house and they were giving their ideas not our ideas. These guys went hand in hand what I want I got, period. It wasn’t where, we had this other guy where he says no, you should do this and move that and blah, blah, blah. That’s not what we wanted to do.
I would use them again.”
— Joe & Christine, Apple Valley MN