We recently completed this full kitchen remodel at a Harrisburg home. The scope of work included making multiple wall alterations, installing all new cabinetry, modifying the island to include an eat-in style countertop with undermount sink, new flooring, replace all lighting fixtures and adding new pendant lights, then painting!
We just completed remodeling this bathroom in a Harrisburg home. The project included a complete paint, installing a new vanity and granite top with undermount sink, Delta faucet, matching mirror, light fixture, hardware, and a new commode.
For this kitchen project in Fairfeild, we reconfigured the base cabinets to make room for a new dishwasher. We also installed a custom countertop, new sink, and silver pattern thermoplastic panels on the backsplash.
The homeowners plan to repaint the base cabinets to match the wall cabinets which will totally transform the kitchen!
We recently completed a bathroom remodel at a Mountville home. Work included replacing the bathtub, installing subway tiles along the surround and walls, setting a new vanity, and installing new ceramic flooring tile.
This full bathroom renovation involved installing a new Kohler deep soaking tub surrounded by ceramic and mosaic tile, new plumbing fixtures, and a shower door.
A new commode, vanity, and mirror were also installed. The floor was redone with a classic 12″ ceramic tile. Everything was finished off with a fresh coat of paint!
Here are some pictures from the beginning and during the project: (Click on images to enlarge, hit back to return)
This master bathroom project involved repositioning and installing a walk-in shower with new plumbing and fixtures. Glass mosaic tile was used for the shower and rear wall that continues around to the vanity backsplash. The partition wall was modified from an old full wall, and a new vanity with marble top was installed.The floor was also redone with a modern styled ceramic tile.
Here are some pictures of the bathroom before and during construction: (Click on images to enlarge, hit back to return)
We converted a commercial office building in Elizabethtown into a residential apartment. The project lasted several months, and consisted of a completely demolishing and re-framing the interior, building all new living and dining rooms as well as re-wiring and re-plumbing for a kitchen, bathroom, and laundry room.