Less than a month ago we started a bathroom renovation for an elderly woman who needed a more accessible bathroom. Her children asked us to renovate the bathroom and bedroom so that their mom could move more easily between the two rooms. They wanted the new bathroom to be more user friendly and accessible.
HTS Co. would like to wish a very Happy Thanksgiving to all our friends, family, and partners for their unending support through the years. We are grateful to be able to help others improve their lives and to be able to do what we love.
Come visit us at the Fair Housing: Making Dreams Come True event in Hilo on Monday, April 24, 2017. The Public Session from 8:45 AM to 12:00 Noon at the Aupuni Center Conference Room at 101 Pauahi Street, Suite 1. This is the perfect opportunity to learn what your rights are as a consumer inContinue reading “Fair Housing Workshops April 24th”
It’s time for an update on our Ilima Project. In the past few weeks, we have been busy regrading the yard, ordering material, preparing the walls and ceilings with new drywall and paint, repairing the deck, installing new ceramic floors, installing all new plumbing and preparing the bathrooms for new tubs, showers and surrounds. It’sContinue reading “Coming Together”
Not every project can be a walk in the park. Such was the case this week at our Ilima house. It started off with running water being heard but not located near the main valve. After searching for the leak and trying to locate the troublesome pipe, we opted for calling a plumber and reroutingContinue reading “Week 2 at Ilima: Problems Encountered”
Follow us as we write a series of articles taking this trashed, abandoned house to a newly renovated dwelling for a local family.
We know that open permits or unpermitted buildings can jeopardize sales for home owners and real estate agents as well as cause delays in refinancing. Our approach is to help owners and real estate agents be aware of the permit status of a building and take care of those open permits as soon as theyContinue reading “Close Those Permits”