About the project…
This project involved renovating two bathrooms and the kitchen. The kitchen was opened up to the main floor living area and an island with seating added to increase counter space and provide for informal gatherings. The bathrooms were modernized and efficiency improved with new fixtures and custom cabinetry.
The following are a few candid shots from the renovation.
Dark wood vanity and mirror complement the new sinks and counter top.
Bright light streams in over the soaker tub after the renovation.
Installation of new casement windows above existing radiator.
Walls are prepped for finishing after window installation.
Plumbing is reworked for new shower enclosure before closing the walls.
Walls are taped and sanded, ready for tile and paint.
View of the new glass shower enclosure and controls
Different mosaic tile used on the shower floor to add contrast.
All floors were covered and protected during the construction phase.
His & her sinks in the Master bathroom
New floating faucet in the main bathroom
Making the best of limited space with custom cabinets and mirror
Alternate view of the new vanity and storage unit.
Renovations typically involve moving and improving existing wiring.
After all is said and done the results are worth it.
New pot lights and suspended lighting over the island enhance appearance and functionality
The kitchen is opened up to the main living space and has bar seating for informal gatherings.
Feedback from the client…
We’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for the excellent work that Lifetime Contractors has done for us over the past few months. Even though it has been a long and complex project, it was completed to a high standard of workmanship in a very reasonable amount of time.
Please give our thanks to Rob ad Dave, Peter, Vishnu and the wall crew, Salvatori, and all the trades who were polite, professional, and did a great job renovating our home. It was a pleasure to deal with them.
We still have a fair road ahead of us as we’re doing many cosmetic finishing jobs ourselves, but it is good to know that the structural work, mechanicals, carpentry, trim and millwork underneath are all top-notch.
Thanks again for a job well done. We would definitely consider Lifetime Contractor for our future projects, and would not hesitate to recommend your company.
David and Jennifer Chu