Our customer wanted a defined wash area, so a small section at the back of the house was added. The picket fence gave the needed privacy with plenty of ventilation.
With Security in mind, we created this beautiful grill around the front patio & garage, complete with access gate to the side.
This Tiling job came out beautifully. The colour and texture created the masculine look we wanted for the small bathroom. We added a rain shower with hand-held shower to complete this comfortable shower.
We ripped out the termite infested cabinets and made new Cedar ones; added a new sink and faucet to complete the look.
This bedroom's peeling, *bright* coloured paint was first stripped from the wall. We treated for fungus, then painted it in this soothing cool grey flat paint. We also hung a new door complete with new locks.
We decided on this floating vanity, adding a matching mirror and added a hand-towel ring and glass shelf to complete the functionality.
The customer needed to give access to a guest, even if they are not around, so we got a digital lock and a beautiful handle for the door.
We replaced the old cabinets with these cedar ones, complete with soft-close drawers, a few textured glass fronts, and comfortable pulls
We replaced the bath-tub, vanity and toilet in this bathroom but the highlight is the tiling around the bathtub.
The customer wanted something modern, so we suggested this floating counter with a vessel face basin to complete the look.
We removed a huge whirlpool tub and erected this spacious standing shower. The tiles really came out nicely.
Our enclosure for the shower was a laminate fixed panel glass with a tempered glass door. Flawless finish
We gutted the entire bathroom, installed new plumbing, tiled the walls including accent tiles inside shower, installed new toilet and complete vanity, install new drywall ceiling with recessed lights
We removed a short hair carpet and replaced it will a porcelain faux-wood flooring.
Here are our Tilers doing what they do best.
These tiny stalls are used by workmen. The customer chose these grey subway tiles to hide dirty hand-prints. It took a long time to finish tiling the entire bathroom, due to the small tiles used, but the customer was so pleased in the end.
This cute kitchen shelf sure livened up the space! This was a teeny-tiny space which was modernized with new fixtures and fittings and tiling.
We removed the bathtub, made repairs to leaking drains and water pipes, tiled the area and installed a Satin Finish Sliding enclosure with glass.
Our client wanted to create an entertainment area in her garden so we leveled off an area and used paving stones to create her Bar Location.
Our client wanted a new look for her business foyer so we did a faux finish to the display board, sealing with a light varnish to give this result.