A sample of different vanities and sinks being installed in bathrooms at different job sites.
The final trim pieces have been installed and are ready for paint. The floor finishing is almost complete. The remodeled house is completely new but still retains the character of the original 1918 house.
Cabinets for the kitchen have been installed. Light green painted upper cabinets with neutral base cabinets were chosen. A nice gray lightly veined soapstone was selected as the countertop. The style of cabinets was chosen to match the older Chicago bungalow feel.
The indoor spa has been tiled and plans are being pulled together for the surround and storage area for spa cover.
The exterior work is finishing up on this full gut with second story addition bungalow. A mix of siding styles creates interest. Because the original bricks could not be matched, a custom trim board was built to finish off the look of the front façade.
The structural steel has been set and the masonry has begun on this third floor addition.
Pryor Construction has begun a 3rd floor reconstruction due to fire damage. This also includes the rebuilding of an existing back addition. We have begun framing on the top floor and back.
Laundry rooms are no longer in basement dungeons, two floors from the bedrooms. They now reflect the overall style of the home.
Pryor Construction is building as third story masonry master bedroom suite with a large walk-in closet, wet bar and laundry. When complete there will also be usable deck areas. All of the construction materials will need to be lifted by crane to the roof. The steel has been delivered so masonry will begin.
After fire damage: – The third floor is being reframed to meet the new building code -New floor structure, floor decking and roof structure and the full rebuild of a two story rear addition.