We install tile, laminate, linoleum, stick down tile, vinyl plank and hardwood flooring.
Below you will see several installations that I performed, starting with this one which had four previous floors and the original subfloor which had to be removed first. This was done without the removal of the cabinets.
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This is the finished view of the kitchen after all work was completed
You can see some of the old layers of flooring that had to be removed
Nice vintage newspapers are always a pleasant find and a very interesting read during lunch.
Whoever installed the below heating radiator improperly cut the flooring between the floor joists to run the plumbing. This caused the flooring to weaken and squeak every time they used the tub. I removed the stick down tiles, pulled up the underlayment and repaired the subfloor before installing ceramic tile.
Someone cut the flooring improperly to run a water line and then covered it with stick down tile.
After repairing the subfloor, I cut backer board to fit the curves of the tub & room perfectly
The new tile is installed, grouted and sealed along with a fresh coat of ceiling, trim and wall paint.
After removing the linoleum from this bathroom we had a lot of cleaning to do before we could lay the new flooring. The photos below only show how it looked. If I could attach the odor to a photo I wouldn't be able to post it here, lol
The first recorded real-estate transaction on this home was from William Penn, the founder of the Province of Pennsylvania. In 1681 King Charles II signed what we know as Pennsylvania and Delaware over to Penn for debts owed to Penn's father. Penn privately sold this property after living in it for a short time.
This rental unit was ugly and undesirable until Bob got his hands on it.
This new vinyl plank flooring is cut perfectly around all obstructions and really enhances the visual appeal of this apartment. Rental upgrades are a great way to increase the value of your rental and with increased value, comes increased rent.
What a great way to dress up any room, especially a nice front porch like this one
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This Philadelphia rental property had an ugly entry and the new owner knew it. She wanted to increase the value of her newly purchased rental property so she could earn higher rent and she did just that, with my help of course :)
In preparation for the sale of this home the client had the cabinets refaced and new vinyl laminate flooring installed. We installed the flooring prior to the refacing of the cabinets.
Vinyl laminate is waterproof and does not expand & contract like traditional laminate flooring, making this flooring more desirable.
This installation is a great testament to my attention to details. The end of this kitchen cabinet was rounded and required compound precision cuts for a beautiful finished product.