Our challenge started with a home that had experienced a flood and had water damage that ruined two bathrooms, a dining area and kitchen. The rooms were stripped to the studs; the floors and ceiling to the joist.
The home was built in the early 1800s and not square or level. Many unforeseen obstacles had to be corrected exceeding the insurance claim reimbursement. From the start, the remodeling challenge had to stay within a budget, since this was an unexpected expense for the homeowners.
We spent a lot of time with the homeowners to understand their improvement ideas for a better living-space design, while recommending practical functionality, and suggested colors, styles and textures they loved. We then provided structure concepts that would meet the newly remodeled interior improvements with precise finish work that exceeded their vision.
The project was completed within the estimated deadline. The homeowner’s decided to spend an extra $2,000 for upgrades over the claim budget. However, upon the inspection of the finish work, the insurance adjuster agreed to give them the additional monies based on our ability to repair the things that were discovered after the first assessment.