Condo Kitchen Restoration – NW DC

This was another one of our insurance restoration jobs dealing with water damage. The water damage resulted in the whole kitchen needing to be replaced as well as flooring, drywall, trim, and paint needing to be redone throughout the condo.


Basement Finish – Montgomery VillageĀ 

A finished basement is a great way to add functional living space and value to your home. Unfinished basements can be seen as a blank canvas; full of possibilities. This client wanted to turn his basement storage space into a basement get away with multiple newly framed rooms including a bathroom. Our client was satisfied with our work enough to have us come back to tile his upstairs bathroom walls.

Basement Restoration – NW DC

When a disaster strikes your home its crucial that your general contractor knows how to handle each specific task with efficiency and precision. This basement apartment suffered water damage due to flooding which resulted in new drywall, flooring, carpentry, and painting. We received numerous referrals from the quality work we did here.

Condo Renovation – Germantown

When it comes to putting your home on the market, there is a battle between keeping costs down and making your home appealing to potential buyers. its important that your general contractor understands the needs vs. extras to get your home market-ready, current trends, your neighborhood’s status quo, and your budget. After meeting with our client and talking through possibilities, we found that the scope should only consist of painting, new floors, and numerous small handyman touch-ups. This approach not only kept costs significantly low, but resulted in the condo being sold just 10 days after work was completed.

Laundry Room Remodel – NW DC

If you thought doing laundry for a house full of kids was hard enough, try doing it in a small laundry room with a poor layout. Our client wanted to make her little laundry room as space efficient as possible and spruce it up a bit. We opened up the walls to run new plumbing over by the existing HVAC vent, we relocated the electrical receptacle to that same wall, installed and finished new drywall, installed new flooring, new wood molding (trim), installed cabinetry, shelves, a drying apparatus, and painted.