Stowable Mixer Shelf
A little custom carpentry, a new tool, and with some modification this customer’s kitchen now has a lifting mixer shelf that hides away for storage.
The original shower was ugly. The old tile had to go. Of course the problem wasn’t just skin deep. New concrete fiberboard was installed. A rubberized sealant applied for added protection, and then followed a lot of careful tile setting.
The pictures speak for themselves.
Are brick mailboxes supposed to be glued together? No, but this one was. After it fell apart the homeowner asked us to mortar it up right.
This project brought back lots of memories of my Grandpa Harold sharing his master mason’s knowledge. It sure came in handy for this project.
Hardwood Floor Refinishing
Refinishing hardwood floors is… hard.
It better be, these things can last a hundred years or longer with the proper care. Don’t just hire anybody who can rent a sander. A moment of carelessness can ruin the entire floor. These projects involve careful planning, skill, patience, and a commitment to doing the job right.
What’s worse than acoustic ceiling tiles? Falling acoustic ceiling tiles.
Instead of repairing a bad product the customer asked us to rip it out and replace it with drywall. Drywall work is one of my favorite things to do. It’s hard work that involves engineering and artistry – but the results are gratifying.