Recent and Current Projects
Shower Reno in Seabeck (in progress!)
Scope: Demo and replace tile. Add Niche. Repair drain. Replace mixing valve, stem and fixtures.
For this one we freshened up the tile, got rid of the space hogging shelf/soap dish and we will be updating the glass door as well as the fixtures. Currently waiting on the arrival of the door. During Christmas everything is long lead time, haha!
Border Fence in Bremerton
Scope: Construct a basic fence with two Adjust-a-Gates to work in conjunction with an Invisible Fence system for dogs.
Here is another sturdy, economy minded fence with a focus on practicality and durability. The fenced in area will become the domain of the 2 pooches that call this yard home.
Various Garden Shed Trim Outs in Port Orchard
Scope: Complete custom features for stick built sheds
These Sheds had the basics there, but needed a push to the finish line. This example has an Ondura Roof to match the Mediterranean/Southern California styling of the house as well as a roll up door!
Deck Refurb in Sequim
Scope: Repair and Repaint 1200 sqft of outdoor space.
This project featured both extensive sun and moisture damage..since its Sequim. Decks on the south face are battered by the sun while the north face is damp. Numerous decking and trim were replaced, all surfaces sanded and new paint applied!
Garage Insulation in Port Angeles
Scope: Insulate detached Garage. Various repairs and enhancements.
Here we have an unassuming every day garage that was made comfortable to be in by the addition of insulation batts and insulation on the rollup door. New locks were added as well as a circulation fan at the peak of the gable roof!
Privacy Fence and Shed in Bremerton
Scope: Construct 120 linear feet of Stockade Fencing and Garden Shed.
Sturdy and simple, this fence was an economy minded project with a focus on durability and practicality. Featuring 2 Adjust-A-Gates. The Shed features sturdy stick built construction, higher security and a low ground clearance.
Bathroom Repair in Bremerton
Scope: Dog tried to engineer its own doggie door in a bathroom with limited success. Subsequent repairs needed!
This project required drywall repair, replacing the door as well as the trim. A new vanity was also installed as well as the bathroom vent fan. Bit of a time crunch with this one as it had to be complete before new tenants moved in!