Here is a great example of my work. This house had an outdated small kitchen that was transformed into a Large Beautiful open kitchen. Click on “Read the rest of this entry” to view all the finished picture views.Read the rest of this entry »
Category Archives: Plumbing
This is the second posting for this project. I wanted to show some of the interior pictures of what needed to be fix/changed out. The units on this four plex are 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom units, so there was quit a bit of tile work that was done.
The squatters damaged areas of drywall, ripped out appliances, broke tile, and Read the rest of this entry »
This was an interesting remodel. The home was built out of cinder blocks, and a concrete slab floor. I had to work with the inspectors closely to make sure everything was okay to do before I made changes. The previous contractor had walked away from the project, after he incorrectly tied in the plumbing. The Inspector wanted either metal studs or pressure treated boards to be in contact with the cinder block walls. The door was a custom fit too. I had to frame it in and trim down the door to fit. Once the plumbing was hooked up correctly, and framed in, the rest of the project went fairly smoothly.Read the rest of this entry »
Good Information to know about your Hot Water Heater
I have found that homeowners don’t know that hot water heaters should be maintained until it is too late. When your hot water heater decides to fail, it will leak out all of it’s water causing water damage.
First thing you should do is look on the side of the hot water heater tank, to find out the Manufacturing Date. If it is older than 20 years, I would recommend immediately changing it out. It is like a ticking time bomb, it may decide to last another 6months or leak out the next day.
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This sink was a mess when I opened up the cupboard door. The owner of the house complained it leaked.
I could understand why, the garbage disposal was Read the rest of this entry »