Before & After House Remodeling

Before & After House Remodeling Pictures

Before

After

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Here is a cramped, dark, kitchen with horrible traffic flow. It had been made practically unusable by years of DIY renovations.

Kitchen remodeling project in CT.

We gutted the space, took out all the unnecessary walls and beams, added an island with breakfast bar, new lighting, flooring, and more.

Home remodeling project in CT.

A 1990’s built home had this generic, cheap tile throughout half of the downstairs of the house, including in the front entry foyer.

Home remodeling project in CT.

Here is the redone foyer. This is about as custom as you can get. Notice the glass/stone inlay, the symmetry, how cleanly it wraps around the stairs, the even grout lines, and how flush the tile is with the hardwood floor.

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This master bath had an awkward layout. There was a tiny room with a single vanity, then another doored room with the everything else. It was dark, cramped, and non-functional.

Bathroom remodeling project in CT.

We removed the wall that was dividing the bathroom and everything else along with it. Tucked behind the half wall is a frameless glass enclosed shower, with floor to ceiling marble and dual shower heads.

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This is the shower area for the divided master bath mentioned above. It was in good shape, it was going to win any awards.

Bathroom remodeling project in CT.

After removing everything, we were able to enlarge the shower slightly by building a custom pan. We stayed geometric even down to the drain plate itself. Lots of marble in different, but matching, shapes and sizes.

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After we removed this shower enclosure, we could begin to straighten and true up the walls in order to fix the sloppiness of the original framers of the home.

Bathroom remodeling project in CT.

Floor to ceiling marble, frameless glass doors, a wall shower head and a separate rain head, 100% waterproofing, custom tile niche, metal tile edging, and pure white wainscoting. This one looks straight out of a high end spa, for sure.

Home remodeling project in CT.

This contemporary’s long, half-walled hallway felt like a bowling alley. It was bland and unimaginative.

Home remodeling project in CT.

The half wall had to go so we could replace it with a custom oak railing with globed steel balusters. It incorporates a rarer “over-the-post” railing, which runs uninterrupted from start to finish.

Home remodeling project in CT.

The wasted hallway space was recaptured by installing a huge beam, walling off the hall, patching the floor, painting, etc. The room went from the low point to the high point.

Home remodeling project in CT.

The wasted hallway space was recaptured by installing a huge beam, walling off the hall, patching the floor, painting, etc. The room went from the low point to the high point.

Home remodeling project in CT.

A generic and worn front door. There was nothing horrible about it, but certainly nothing great.

Home remodeling project in CT.

We installed a new insulated steel door with the sidelight on the opposite side to improve traffic flow. The glass design looks great and fits with the style of the home perfectly.

Bathroom remodeling project in CT.

This hallway bathroom was truly builder grade. Generic tile, a fiberglass surround, and cheap vanities.

Bathroom remodeling project in CT.

By gutting the space and starting fresh, we were able to install a deep soaker jacuzzi tub, floor to ceiling tile, all new fixtures, and a moisture/ movement sensing exhaust fan. We forewent glass tile bands for the tub surround, and did the entire back wall in glass and stone tile. The cost pays off easily with a much-raised perceived value.

Home remodeling project in CT.

A 4-family multi like this would get bulldozed 95% of the time. It was absolutely uninhabitable due to the extreme mold from the leaking roof.

Home remodeling project in CT.

We gutted and rebuilt the interior and exterior completely. Now this generates about $1,500 profit after expenses. This ended up being a six month, $220k project.

Home remodeling project in CT.

Here is an old, dusty, 1960’s living room. It hadn’t been touched since it was built in 1963.

Home remodeling project in CT.

This is the same space, with new flooring, new paint, repaired windows, smoothed ceilings, and new fixtures. From vintage to modern. Notice how the fireplace went from outdated to imposing.

Home remodeling project in CT.

An amazing 1910 Victorian styled foursquare that had a rotting metal roof, and plenty of jungle to go along with it.

Home remodeling project in CT.

We installed a brand new roof (the neighbors were very thankful), repaired the siding, painted, and fixed all the landscaping.

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Not the most appetizing dining room. Dark, cramped and disgusting. Believe it or not, this house was built in 1992.

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Once we got to work, we knocked down the wall to the kitchen, installed a slider with deck, and new prefinished bamboo flooring. Not to mention, we put in a 100% new kitchen.

Home remodeling project in CT.

This condo had typical rough stairs with carpet covering them. No stringers, no real treads.

Home remodeling project in CT.

We installed all new wood risers, treads and stringers. The treads are stained to match the dark brown/red prefinished hardwood floors. The risers were painted hi-gloss white, which looks great against the dark treads. There’s no trim piece under the treads, which gives it a modern look.

Bathroom remodeling project before.

Old and ugly, this bathroom was stuck in it’s original 1960’s state.

Bathroom remodeling project in CT.

Here you can see how we moved the wall, replumbed everything, added a rain shower head, and put in a giagantic 36″x72″ jacuzzi tub with full tile surround and bench.