Gove Restoration

This beautiful 1941 colonial received an exterior upgrade to include a new front door and pvc surround, storm doors, back addition windows, blown in insulation, siding and shutters. This home anchors the road it is on which made it very important to maintain as much of the originality as possible when adding maintenance free siding. Read more >

Carpentry  View More »

We are very proud of the end result of this project. The project consisted of a kitchen/eating area remodel along with tying in a remodel of an attached family room. Both rooms were gutted to the studs. Plumbing and electrical issues were corrected and new insulation was installed. New cabinets were installed with beautiful counter tops. The challenge of the cabinets was transitioning from the kitchen to the step down eating area, which was added on to the house in the 90's. The beam presented the biggest challenge. We came up with the idea to terminate the crown molding into the upper cabinet next to the beam while lowering the cabinets under the beam and having them built with an angle to transition around the corner. We designed the counter height to maintain the same plane in the eating area thus making the cabinets taller in that space. We custom built the fireplace surround to match the cabinet design. A pass through opening from the family room to the kitchen was created along with the entryway to look as if it had been originally built that way. The family room floor and ceiling height differed from the kitchen thus making it quite challenging to come up with a solution that looked original to the house and was aesthetically pleasing. The end result is a gorgeous and highly functional space. Read more >

Remodeling  View More »

We were hired to scrape the old loose and flaking paint off of this museum and apply our three coat paint system which includes an elastic bonding primer. The result was beautiful! Read more >

Painting  View More »