Scope of project: Removing all dry rot and fabricating new pieces to restore the window to as close as to its original condition as possible.
This is an inherent problem with wooden windows in the Pacific Northwest. Our client had obtained several estimates averaging $8000 (4-6 weeks time frame) for the replacement of this fairly large size window. We offered to properly repair this window in-place for a fraction of the cost in about 4 days!
All rot is removed and new components are fabricated and installed. One coat of primer and two coats of exterior paint are applied to complete repair.
Scope of project: converting an office into a toddler's room using vibrant colors and premium grade furniture and accessories obtained from Sherwin-Williams and Pottery Barn Kids.
The closet in this office was used as a storage compartment for all audio video components, Internet modem, fax machine, printer, telephone and other office equipment. Massive amounts of data, network and audio/video cables were fed through the ceiling to power and operate all units contained in the closet. To transform the closet into a functional toddler closet, we moved the entire system including all components and cables to the living room- affording us the space to built a child friendly closet. The parents were thrilled with the outcome!
Scope of Project: Relocate Cardtronics' ATM machine to an area of lesser foot-traffic.
Depending on the type of the machine, ATMs weigh approx. 300-700 lbs. This particular machine was installed on an often- congested exit isle making it difficult to access and use. ATM machines are secured to the ground using concrete wedge anchors. Most retail locations utilize dial-up data terminals.
Scope of Project: Side by side installation of Hyloft 24"x48" white wall shelves creating a space-saving L shape storage rack on garage wall.
These sturdy units are made out of strong durable steel and are rated at 150 lbs. each. They were installed approx. 65" off the floor. They come in packs of 2 and are available at Walmart.