Steel has been erected in the basement including 4 beams and 5 lally columns. The longest steel beam is 24' long to support the new addition.
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As the foundation and masonry work continues in the rear, carpenters have begun the rough framing of the new floor plan in the existing front portion of the house. This includes a new skylight and new stairs from the second floor to the basement. Floor joists have arrived to be installed.
In the weeks coming Pryor will be giving our readers an exclusive look into a transformation happening in the lovely Wicker Park neighborhood in Chicago, IL. A hone is a very fine whetstone used for sharpening blades it can also be used to bore precise holes. Honing or “to hone in” is a literal phase meaning to sharpen or make more […]
January weather warm up! Masons are on site begining to lay blocks for the new 23'x14' two-story rear addition. Existing windows are being blocked up to accomidate the new floor plan.
The digout of the existing basement begins. The original basement ceiling height was approximately 7' high which requires us to dig down an additional 10" to accomidate a higher ceiling for a more functional living space. Once the dig down is complete the entire perimeter of the foundation walls will be underpinned for structural support. […]
There is a new look on Norwood ave. in the beautiful Edgwater neighborhood located in Chicago, IL. We'll keep you posted on our progress, currently our carpenters are working diligently to remodel this interior gut/rehab to a full 3 beds/3.5 bath fit for your growing family. Stay tuned in on our progress as we share this amazing transformation. Follow […]