This home was nice enough before but needed a bit of freshening up, and some more touches that reflect the current owners.
The scope of work consisted of the following: changing fixtures and trim in the two bathrooms; adding an on-demand hot water system; remedying some poorly done electrical; changing out, and adding, some ceiling fans and lights; a facelift for the fireplace; new paint throughout.
Both bathrooms got entirely new showers, with frame-less heavy glass doors, new bath accessories and a few other items.
And, for the kitchen: opening it more to the adjacent dining/living room spaces; changing the ceiling a bit (got rid of daylight fluorescent ceiling lighting in favor of new recessed LED lights); adding a skylight across two truss bays; new concrete counters; a few modifications to the existing cabinets; changing the wood trim; new sink and faucet.
Then, the interior was painted and the carpet was replaced throughout. Original photos first, then photos of remodel.
- Remodeling Features: Structural – Foundation cracking and separating
- Remodeling Features: Structural – Damage from moisture in the crawl space
- Oakmont Home – gets a Fresh Start
- Remodeling Features: getting the Hot Water to where you want it, when you want it
- Energy Saving Solutions – Active: Photovoltaic (Solar) Panels
- Bathroom Remodeling
- Crawl Space
- Energy Savings
- Kitchen Remodeling
- Moisture Damage
- Passive Energy Saving Solutions
- Preparing for a Remodel
- Radiant Barrier
- Remodeling Basics
- Remodeling Your Home
- The Crawl Space Below You
- Whole-house Remodeling