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Beachwood Basement Remodel

When we were contacted by one of our repeat customers, they had moved out of their old home and built a new home. The homeowners wanted the final piece of the puzzle to tie the whole home together, which was finishing their basement into the functional and beautiful space they always dreamed of. More importantly, the homeowners wanted a space for their daughter to be able to have some time to herself or be able to host her friends at any given time. Some of the areas they wanted to include into their space was a workout room with full length glass mirrors and high impact flooring, a custom home theater area with a contemporary design, with a wet bar, a storage area for their belongings, and then the final space they wanted was a full bathroom with a full shower and vanity… See More About This Job

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Dream Home Basement Under $50k

Our clients dreamed of having a finished basement. They contacted us and we were able to turn their basement into a space they could have a relaxing retreat from day to day life.

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Dream Fireplace and Hardwood Floors

Our client’s goal was to turn a plain living room into a more dramatic living space. They contacted us to accomplish their dream for this room. In order to give this room a facelift, we installed hardwood floors and turned the fireplace into the focal point of the room.

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Cottage Remodel

This 70’s cottage was turned into rustic kitchen with all the glamour this small kitchen could give. The focal point was the hickory cabinets.

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Smith Master Bedroom and Bath

The Smith family had been living with an outdated and unaccommodating bedroom and bathroom since they moved into the home. They dreamed of having a larger space with an entrance for their master bedroom. Because they wanted more space, we removed a wall between two bedrooms. Then, we relocated the door to give the bedroom its own entrance from the hallway and bathroom. Then, we relocated the door to give the bedroom its own entrance from the hallway and bathroom. We finished by installed custom cabinets, granite counter tops, hardwood floors, and custom trim to match the existing trim in the house and a beautiful porcelain tile. Exactly what they wanted!

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Brick and Wood, Sunroom, Custom Woodwork, Dream Home
Sun Room- Cleveland Heights

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Arnold Book Case

Our client wanted to find a way to display their antique books in their home. These gorgeous book cases made the den of our home owner very happy. What better way then adding a full wall bookcase!

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Kirtland Whole House Remodel

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Third Floor Remodel- Shaker Heights

For years, these homeowners used the attic of their Shaker Heights home from 1935 as a space to store their unwanted clutter. They contacted us wanting to make the space a functional and useful guest suite for friends and family when they come to visit. Specifically, the homeowners wanted a glass tile shower to modernize the bathroom and make the space more illuminated. In the bedroom area, they wanted hardwood floors to tie into the rest of their house and to be able to give a warmer environment for their guests. One of the major issues we had to overcome was the 3rd floor staircase, proving to be too small to bring any materials through. To improvise, we had to do the next best thing, we removed a double window from the third floor and had to bring all the materials through that space in the dead heat of winter. Then in the middle of the job, we discovered another issue with the bathroom layout, which was the toilet. We discovered where the toilet was going to be placed, we could not cut the floor joist for a conventional toilet. Our solution … See More About This Job

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