We handle all kinds of projects, both big and small. Here are a few recent examples, with pictures, to show you the quality and variety of work we perform. We add new pictures on a regular basis, so come back often to see what we’ve been up to. Who knows, you might see something that sparks an idea for a project of your own!
You don’t have to settle for the deck that came with your home. Just like the rest of your home, decks can be remodeled too.
The homeowners wanted a larger deck, and wanted to replace the weathered wood with low-maintenance composite decking and railings. They also wanted to replace the wood railing balusters with metal ones, and add a small patio next to the deck.
First, we stripped the old decking and rails down to the frame, and hauled off all the debris. The framing was in fine shape, and did not need replacing. We added additional framing to extend the deck outward, then rebuilt the deck with composite deck boards, railings, and post covers. Metal balusters and LED lighted post caps completed the total makeover. We also installed a new paver stone patio next to the deck, and a new set of stairs leading to it.
When you’re ready to remodel or rebuild your deck, we can help. Contact us for a free estimate.
Even properly cared for, wood decks and stairs will eventually need repairs or replacement.
The homeowners, repeat clients, contacted us to tear out and replace their old, weathered front stairs up to the top front door landing.
We took down and hauled off the old stairs and posts; poured new concrete footings; then rebuilt the stairs completely. In the process we improved the safety of the steps by adding risers, standardizing step depth, and eliminating one of the landings. Finally, we painted the new stairs and original top deck, then installed homeowner provided lighted post caps.
Have your stairs become an eyesore, or worse, a safety hazard? We can help. Contact us today for a free estimate.
As we age, safety and accessibility features in our homes become more and more important. Such features improve our quality of life, and can enable us to age in place longer.
This home already had a wheelchair ramp, but the handrails weren’t comfortable and didn’t provide a secure grip. The homeowner asked us to install new handrails that were easier to grasp and hold.
If you need to improve the safety or accessibility of your home, we can help. Contact us today for a free estimate.
Yes, we do small jobs too!
At this home, the homeowner was lighting his flag pole using a long extension cord stretched across the grass. This created both a lawn care nuisance and a safety hazard. He asked us to install underground wiring and a new outdoor electrical outlet at the flag pole where he could plug in his existing light.
What would you like to light up, plug in, switch on, or power up? If you need some electrical work done at your home, we can help! Contact us today for a free estimate.
We’ve remodeled many a home, basement, garage, but this was our first shed remodel.
Well, sort of.
It wasn’t so much a remodel, as it was the removal of a couple additions that had been made over time. Remodel, removal, doesn’t matter what we call it, the homeowner was pleased with the results. For us, that’s what counts!
Got an old structure in your backyard you want removed or remodeled? Or maybe you need a new storage shed built. We can help! Contact us today for a free estimate.
Decks and patios are great places to relax or entertain. In the Atlanta area, we’re fortunate that we’re able to use and enjoy them for much of the year.
But what if your outdoor living space isn’t currently meeting your outdoor living needs?
Such was the case at this home. It has a nice deck off the second floor, but no stairs down to the back yard. Maybe not a big deal when the house was built, but now the homeowners have an in-ground pool out back. They wanted stairs installed to tie the deck and pool areas together. They gave us a call, told us what they had in mind, and we went to work.
Have an idea to make your deck more useable? We can help! Contact us today.
An undiscovered, or long ignored, water leak can lead to extensive, expensive damage to wall coverings, flooring, and even framing.
Such leaks often occur in kitchens, bathrooms and laundry rooms. At this home, the homeowner was unaware they had a leak until they noticed the laundry room floor flexing as they walked on it. They called us to fix it. We found and removed rotted sub-flooring and floor joists, then rebuilt the entire floor.
Whether you need new flooring, a new sub-floor, or everything from the floor joists up, we can help! Contact us today for a free estimate.
Here’s a common problem. When this home was built, the builder rough cut the stair trim boards knowing the carpet would hide the gaps. Years later, the homeowner removed the carpet and finished the wood stairs, exposing the gaps. Normally, quarter round moulding is used to cover them.
Unfortunately for this homeowner, the gaps extended past the nose of many of the steps. Typically we’d replace the trim boards with new ones, properly cut for the finished wood steps. However, the homeowner had just painted her walls, and was concerned removing the trim boards would damage them. We assured her we would fix any damage to the walls, but she was adamant that we come up with an alternative solution.
She asked if we could curve the moulding around the nose of each step. Quarter round moulding doesn’t bend like that, so we turned to our in-house custom millwork shop to come up with a solution to satisfy our client.
Do you have a tricky trim moulding project on your to do list? We can help! Contact us today for a free estimate.