We take care of all aspects of home remodeling with an emphasis in finishing basements. Whether we’re working on your basement, bathroom, kitchen, or sun room, you can be sure you will be thrilled with your new space.
One of the most important areas to get help is from a plumbing contractor. I simple mistake such as forgetting a stud guard can cost you thousands of dollars, months down the road. A licensed plumber may not be needed for some of the finish items such as installing your fixtures but they can really help out during the rough in portion of any plumbing project.
This chair started out looking like the chair above. The picture is of the chairs now with new fabric. I love them. The fabric is black and white plaid on the front and on the back of the chairs the fabric is yellow with tiny roosters. I have always liked the double colors of fabric on chairs or sofas. They’re comfortable to sit in. I guess they’re not worth recovering if they’re not comfortable.
Take a look installing a new light fixture A simple task that most homeowners can easily do themselves but that can again change the looks of a room. Although few decorators will advise a ceiling fan, this too can be very nice in a bedroom and provide a gentle breeze during hot summer nights. There are thousands of possible choices for either simple light fixtures or ceiling fans and there has to be something out there that will pique your interest. In addition, a ceiling fan with a light kit that is controlled by a remote means you can turn the light on and off from the bed and that can be a nice added feature for the elderly or disabled.
Wainscot or wainscoting is a paneling style applied to the lower 3 to 5 feet of an interior wall. Wainscot is traditionally constructed from tongue-and-groove boards, though bead board or decorative panels (such as a wooden door might have) are also common. Today the purpose of wainscoting is purely decorative, however, the original purpose was to camouflage dampness distortions in lower level walls.