Some our recent project include the following:
Design and Elegance
Specializing on Remodels and New construction
GFCI’s (Required for safety in wet areas) and Additional Outlets
Oven or Range Hoods and Cook tops Microwaves
Under-counter Lighting, wall lighting and Ceiling Fans
Electric Garage Door Openers
Electric Meter Upgrades and Electric Panel Upgrades and Fuse Box Conversions
Electric Panel Alarm Systems and Phone/TV Cable/Cat. 5 Wiring
Whole House Rewiring and Whole House Electrical Safety Inspection
Grounding & Bonding
RE-PIPE A HOUSE FROM METER TO EACH FIXTURE IN THE HOUSE.
REPLACE WATER HEATER AND INSTALL NEW THANKLESS WATER HEATERS.
WE DO NEW OR REPAIR SEWER LINES.
NEW OR REPAIR WATER LINES
NEW OR REPAIR ANY GAS LINES
WE REPLACE ANY FAUSET, GARBAGE DISPOSALL .
REPLACE ANY TOILET,TAB SHOWERS AND SOWER VALVES
NEW CONSTRUCTION , ADDITIONS , TOTAL RENNOVATIONS
KITCHEN & BATH REMODEL
DECKS AND FENCES
ROUGH AND FINISH PLUMBING
ROUGH AND FINISH CARPENTRY
ROUGH AND FINISH ELECTRICAL
SHEETROCK/TAPE AND TEXTURE
INTERIOR & EXTERIOR PAINT
Floor Covering: Hard Wood, Laminate, Engineered Wood, Linoleum, Carpet
HARD WOOD: LONG-LASTING BEAUTY AND ELEGANCE
Wood floors are a natural, non-allergenic product
Hardwood floors can add real value to a home
As the name implies, this type of wood flooring is solid wood all the way through, from top to bottom.
It's similar to any other stick of lumber that sawn straight off of the log--no additional materials added. It's usually just called "hardwood floor."
Engineered wood flooring is an exciting alternative to solid hardwood flooring.
Even though flooring companies would loudly protest at my description, engineered flooring basically is a sandwich of finish wood and plywood.
The finish wood is what you see and walk on.
The plywood underneath comprises 80-90% of the floor.
Laminate flooring is not real wood, at least not in the way that hardwood and engineered wood are.
Laminate floors are extremely impact, scratch, sunlight fade and stain resistant
Although laminate floors are extremely tough, they can be scratched by big dogs or dragging heavy objects across the floor.
It's comprised of a thin top layer of resin-infused paper, all on top of a wood-chip composite.
So, technically it is wood. But it's wood in the same way that sodas with 5% juice are called juice.
Linoleum is also a natural product and with an increase in environment issues, it is an old option for new homes.
Made from rosin, linseed oil, limestone, and cork or wood dust, this material can be pigmented, which is done with jute backing.
Today, linoleum can be purchased in sheet or tile form, both which are installed with adhesive glue.
Carpet is a popular floor fitting, prized for its warmth, versatility, insulation abilities and the protection it provides unfinished floors.
If you're considering installing carpeting in your home, keep reading to learn about the benefits and advantages of this practical and fashionable product.