We are really excited to be starting a project in historical Hyde Park. This wonderful duplex was built in 1921, and still posses many of the beautiful, unique qualities found in buildings built during that era. The generous moldings, doors and trim are original.
We recently completed a remodeling project in which we updated an entire home that was built in 1964. This home had never been modernized since it was built, so it had a great personality reflective of the early 60’s. Our goal was not to change the personality of the home, but to enhance its individuality through updating and enhancing.
We recently completed a lower level remodel in conjunction with Design Connection, Inc. This media room looks so inviting! What a great place to view a favorite movie or sporting event! (I’ll take extra butter!)
We are continuing our tour of the 1964 contemporary home that we introduced to you last week.
To help you understand how the master bathroom was restructured, I have included some before and after floor plans of this space. The original bathroom was cramped with a double vanity, toilet and tub, all lined up in a row.
We began working on the historical Hyde Park renovation a few weeks ago. Since the building was erected in 1921, we followed safe lead practices as required by the EPA which included the isolation of the entire building, removal and proper disposal of all debris.
Q. In 2010, I bought a home built in 1956. I love the house, however, there are noisy people who live nearby. They play their music loudly with the bass thumping late at night.
I have been out so many times in the evening searching but have been unable to locate the source of the noise.
I have a twelve foot span. The floor joist are damaged. How far do I have to sister the joist to make them structurally sound?
I can't answer this without seeing your situation. There is no code written to deal with this type of problem. Each case is different.
Debby Allmon was featured in this past Sunday’s Kansas City Star answering a reader’s question about the safest way to remove floor-to-ceiling wall mirrors.
Turning a three season porch into more of a four season porch with out spending a lot of money. Being able to insulate to keep heat from escaping quickly.
I’m assuming you want some information on how to best insulate your room to maximize its comfort and extend its seasonal use.
We recently completed a remodel, part of which included updating the main staircase of our clients’ home.
This update included new oak treads and risers, new carpet runner, wrought iron spindles and paint. The change in this home is so dramatic that it seems difficult to believe that it is actually the same house we originally walked into.