This is a 8,500sq ft home I built from April 2005-June 2007 while employed with Dreamland Development. The walls were made of a product called Rastra Blocks. This is a Green Building Material and a superior building material. I was fortunate enough to work with this material. Since it is Not a well-known material in many areas, it was interesting to work with this material.Read the rest of this entry »
How a Skilled Tile Master (me) installs subway tile in a shower. This is an inset for shampoo bottles, soaps, ext. This one is for a shower/tub in a log cabin. Click continue reading to view more pictures.Read the rest of this entry »
The Before and After views of a TV platform I built. I made it to fit the new larger TV, onto the existing cabinet. Stained and finished to match, with a trim piece to add more design to the front edge. Click on page 2 to view more pictures.
The strangest bar extenders I have ever seen. They stuck out, not giving enough room, so you would hit your knees on them, as you swiveled in the barstools.Read the rest of this entry »
Custom Mantle built over existing drywall mantle. The tile hearth in front of the fireplace was covered with Lifeproof flooring to match existing hall and bedroom flooring. Click on more, to see the before and after pictures.Read the rest of this entry »
When you live in warmer climates, it is best to cover the pool equipment to help keep it cool, to make the equipment last longer, efficiency, and for easy access to work on it in the shade. Click on more, to see before & after picturesRead the rest of this entry »
Before and After pictures of new Custom Carriage Doors.
This was a facelift to an old 1920’s home with a detached garage. I designed and built both doors. They are hollow with dense foam inside for insulation. This also reduced the weight.
The entry door was also replaced with a new frame. I sanded down and stripped the old paint from the siding. Sealed with primer and painted. The final result was a huge upgrade from the old view.