dRemodeling recently completed another fabulous project!
This project consisted of three different spaces that needed urgent updating: a master bathroom, a guest bathroom, and a powder room. The original spaces were elaborate, but aged, and needed a transformation into modernity. The three spaces took on their own unique characteristics and each is beautiful in its own way.
The Master Bath
This space has been completely transformed. While the layout remained identical, just about everything else was given a fresh update. The tired wallpapered walls were painted with a clean, crisp blue that airs out the space and expands it in all directions. The bathtub was replaced and surrounded with intricate tile that was hand selected by the client. Marble dances along the floor, tub deck, and vanity countertop which offers a sophisticated level of elegance and purity to the palette. The shower is a special place as well: adorned with marble wall tiles and a stream of glass mosaic that runs ceiling to floor in the stall.
The Guest Bath
The guest bath took on a new casual look. Replacing the old blocky vanity is a new custom piece that provides warmth and storage. The vanity area is surrounding by a stone and glass mosaic mix that adds plays of blue and greens to the design. The bathroom is also equipped with new tile flooring, pivot vanity mirrors, a new bathtub area, and new plumbing fixtures.
The Powder Room
For being such a small space, this room packs a powerful punch. The new design emits warmth and contemporary design. The floor is finished with new hardwood and the space’s back wall is covered with varying natural stone squares. The countertop is paired with a luxurious glass sink and innovative faucet. The powder room walls are painted in a brown metallic paint that offers a subtle shimmer and elegance. What’s more, the suspended vanity is lit from underneath and responds to pressure on the floor!
We started installing sidding on our house addition project in Whitemarsh – PA.
Started by preparing the surface, We installed 1/2" insulation all around the house ( new addition and existing house)
*It was a decision between ½" and ¾" foam. Anything thicker would have made the new siding protrude too far from the existing window and corner trim. I would prefer the thicker insulation, but the available length of nails for the fiber-cement siding limited how much space we could put between the wall sheathing and the siding.
Improving the insulation has two components: Increasing the R-value of the total wall assembly, and reducing the amount of air infiltration, which is commonly known as draftiness.
Please stay tuned for updates and new pictures
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When you find a first-rate remodeling company, it’s important to stick with them. However, when you invest your money in the wrong remodeling contractor – let the headaches and nightmares begin. Hiring a contractor who produces sub-par work can cost thousands of dollars in repair work. To avoid hiring the wrong remodeling contractor, here are 3 important things to consider:
1. Begin with preparing a list of Philadelphia contractors. Then narrow your list down to those who have established a good reputation. Ask for the remodeling company to provide you with client recommendations. Contractors who are unable to provide recommendations should be avoided at all cost. There are various places where you can find Philadelphia remodeling contractors. In addition to searching online, you can ask friends, co-workers, neighbors or contact your local realtor for recommendations. People will be more than happy to provide you with recommendations and provide you with names of contractors to avoid. Good news and bad news travels fast in the remodeling industry.
2. Avoid hiring amateur remodeling contractors. Everyone knows at least one family member or a friend-of-a-friend who will offer to remodel your kitchen or bathroom next to nothing. Sure, you may save a couple of thousand dollars at first. Later, it could cost you a lot more in the long-run. If you want to add value to your home (not to mention avoiding a family quarrel), only hire professional contractors.
3. Check the remodeling contractor's license status. Anyone can have a website built, print business cards and call himself/ herself a professional home remodeling contractor. Before making your final decision, make sure you check the contractor's license status. This is the ultimate proof that your contractor is qualified to remodel your home.
Another important thing to consider is hiring a contractor who offers consultation. At Dremodelng, our contractors will sit down with you to ensure your home remodeling project is a complete success.