Customer Issue: A broken window in the customer's house needed to be repaired.
Our Solution: Our team came to the house and first removed the remaining broken pieces of a window that had been smashed by a stray flying ball. Our team then measured the window frame, cut the replacement glass to the correct size and installed the new window. The perimeter of the window was then sealed to prevent drafts.
Customer issue: Water damage due to a basement foundation leak needed tending to.
Our solution: Our team located the source of leaking which was causing the flooding in the customer's basement and worked hard to repair the crucial areas and prevent further damage. Our technicians sealed all visible cracks and sprayed on polyurea coating to prevent further damage to Mr. Schmitt's property.
Exterior Home Remodeling
Customer Issue: Mr. Ferguson wanted the exterior of his home remodeled and asked for our comments and suggestions.
Our Solution: Our staff went over the changes Mr. Ferguson wanted and made suggestions on how to accomplish them. We painted the exterior wood white to replace the faded blue, and replaced some of the chipped wood. In addition, we also replaced the large Livingroom window and added a small awning to match the roof and give the home-front a more stylish look.
Tub to Shower Conversion
Customer Issue: Wanted her tub converted into a shower.
Our Solution: Our design staff helped Ms. Lincoln decide on a large shower unit that would fit in her bathroom space in place of the old tub. After the shower arrived we started with carefully removing the tiles so we can use them later, removed and cleared the tub – and installed the shower part by part. The bathroom is much more spacious now!
Customer Issue: Mr. Gordon wanted his kitchen redone and asked for our suggestions on what changes we thought would enhance the looks and value of his kitchen.
Our Solution: We helped Mr. Gordon pick new tiles and cabinets to give the kitchen a more modern yet vintage look. We removed the old tiles and took down the cabinets, and replaced them with the new materials.