The ceiling woodwork has been stained.
A wall was removed to make a more usable dining room area.
Half the beams in this image are original and the other half were added to keep the character of the home.
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Work is almost done and the moving day is right around the corner.
For this project a variety of subway tiles were used for the walls and penny rounds and mosaic tile were used for floors.
Wall paint colors and wallpaper add contrast and style. Congratulations to our homebuyers!
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A free standing cast iron tub was chosen by the home owners.
The designer requested that it be painted a custom gray color to match the master bathroom color scheme.
The tub was professionally prepped and coated to the specified color.
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The exterior of this home has gotten update. We have just finished installing new siding and trim to complement the existing yellow brick. This new color makes a bold and clean statement.
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An important part of our process that we have found valuable is the weekly site meeting. One meeting a week allows for us to meet with homeowners and usually the architect to discuss current progress and upcoming decisions needed. This also allow us to communicate changes and new details to our staff consistently. Without this time homeowners tend to get lost in the process and projects stall needlessly.
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During this large project that included a full gut of the existing interior and building a rear addition special care has been given to protect the original glass windows on the front of the home. These windows allow this home to retain its original character inside and from the street while also having an updated floor plan that works for a modern family.
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We are close to the finish line when the appliance package is delivered. Appliance packages are decided farther in advance than most people realize. The power requirements and sizes of special appliances are needed by the mechanical subcontractors before drywall is installed. The list of these items are also confirmed with the cabinet builder before he begins – sometimes six to eight weeks in advance.
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The tile choices have been made for all the bathrooms, floors and kitchen. They are now on site and are being installed. We are working to make sure that bold patterns are thoughtfully arranged.
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One of our companies earliest projects in Andersonville was featured in Remodeling Magazine. This eight page article describes in detail the process behind a gut rehab in Chicago. This craftsman style is still very appealing today.
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Pete Pryor found a masonry two flat on 5300 block of North Wayne in Andersonville in the summer of 1993. He recognized that the house had good bones but was in overall poor shape. The previous owner of thirty years had done very little to maintain the property. He also had a compulsion for hoarding.
After 2 weeks of demolition and a half dozen forty-yard dumpster, the place was finally ready to be transformed. Partnering with a local architect, plans were drawn for a full gut rehab and attic addition. The house was completely dismantled down to its shell and the front façade was completely removed. The new rebuilt elevation design allowed the new construction to blend seamlessly with the historic Andersonville aesthetic. The project took six months to complete and home remains as an excellent example good renovation.
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