Here you can see an example of a custom tiling job. The process for this job included a niche in the tile for storage of toiletries.
Vessels sinks are popular right now. In this minor bathroom update, we replaced a bathroom countertop and added new vessel sinks.
This addition is the first phase of a three-year project to update and expand a vacation home in Rome. A two-story addition was added to one side of the original structure. We love working for this client. Not only do they have the warmth and kindness to treat us like family, their properties also give […]
We’re doing a little internal renovation of our back office. The paint looked nice initially, but the bright morning light revealed something: these sheetrock walls are old. Just as the cobbler’s kids never have shoes, so the contractor’s walls always need work. We had to see the new paint on the walls to notice just […]
Fifteen years ago or so, we jacked this barn up. We repaired sills that had been damaged over time and poured a foundation under it in situ. The customer we did this job for is still a client today. We love looking back over old project photos like this. It’s a great reminder of the […]
Here are a few older projects highlighting some of the interesting additions we’ve done for folks over the years. Project #1 Here we preserved a second-story deck while increasing the space of this house by more than a third. The project also included the addition of a spacious back deck and a garage. Project #2 […]
This garage was built with useful living space above. If you’re thinking of putting in a garage, keep in mind that it’s cheaper to build it with useful space now than to renovate later. Space above a garage can be used as a guest house, a rec room for teens, a home gym, or any […]
This was one of our first new houses, built from scratch a couple of decades ago for a family that needed more space for their growing kids. Tom’s kids weren’t much older than the clients’, and some moments on the site were family affairs as the final details come together.
In this project, we expanded the space in the second floor of a Cape-style log cabin. Changing the angle of the roof at the back added usable floor space and natural light. Not all contractors have experience working with log cabins: we do.
This particular kitchen started out not only dated in appearance, but small and dark. We opened up the room, adding a balcony to allow in more natural light from above while enlarging the space to increase the counter space.