A bathroom renovation was needed to enlarge the bathroom and make a low threshold shower with grab bars for safety. An old cement furo tub was removed along with hall closets to enlarge the shower. The wall between the bedroom and bath was moved about two feet to enlarge the bathroom and create another doorway directly from the bedroom to the bath.
Easy to maintain slate was used on the walls of the shower and natural pebbles used for the floor. Waterproof backer board was used for the substrate and luxury vinyl planks were put down on the floor in Teak.
This roof was damaged by a large tree that fell on this house during high winds. The tree was so tall that it caused damage to both sides of the roof. The larger photo shows the house after the repairs were made.
The owner wanted to regrade the driveway as there was often many pools and mud when it rained which created more damage to the driveway. We widened the driveway and regraded it so that the water ran off the property towards the right side and covered it with cinder to alleviate the muddiness during rain.
For a quick makeover, we installed laminate floors in a dining area where teak parquet had been installed years ago. The tiles were peeling off in some places. So, we removed the entire dining area and replaced with laminate oak flooring.
Here are the “Before” and “After” photos.
Here is a remodel of a shower for a client who added tiling and a bench to what was a standard shower insert. We framed it, put up the cement board and waterproofing before the tile was laid out.
We remodeled an extension for the client with all new roofing, drywall, and flooring.
Here are more “Before” and “After” photos of our Ilima Project.
The Living Room: Opened up the space by removing the arch separating the kitchen and living room
Deck Renovation: From termite and water damage to all new composite decking
The Master Bath: we took space from a closet to enlarge the shower
The Main Bath Renovation:
One Day Removal and Replacement of Kitchen Cabinet