Interior Remodel – Part 6 of 8

After walking through the living room, kitchen, master bed and bath, two more bedrooms, and the guest bathroom, in this week’s post we take a moment to peer down the two hallways of this home, and see what they were and what they became.

One long hallway in the demo stage: 20160415_145946New freshly-painted drywall, COREtec® vinyl plank flooring, bold black doors with silver Weslock® doorknobs, and broad white trim make this a whole new hallway: IMG_1954And with a gallery of gold-framed portraits to give it character and make it home, this hallway is complete:2017-01-16 15.27.03

The same hall but from the other end. In this before photo, you can see the new CertainTeed® drywall, just installed:20160510_164554And the same completed hallway from this angle:2017-01-16 15.25.40

The other, shorter hallway with the new drywall installed but not yet painted:20160504_153146Here, too, we painted and installed new flooring, trim, and doors, as well as a new light fixture on the ceiling:IMG_1952And with the homeowner’s interior decor bringing touches of warmth and softness, this hallway is finished:2017-01-16 15.26.56

Not a complicated change, but wasn’t it fun to see? Next week, it’s time to remodel the pantry and utility room. Enter your email on the right or like our page on Facebook to be sure you don’t miss it.

Office Remodel

We remodeled the office at Southern LP Gas in Nashville, AR. We replaced the ceiling tile, installing USG grid ceiling tile:IMG_20160726_105615331Here the old floor is removed, but the new hasn’t been installed yet:IMG_20160726_105619418

The counter through its progress:IMG_20160723_164638356Here you can see the Armstrong® VCT tile floor is installed:Photo Aug 02, 8 24 51 AMPhoto Aug 02, 8 24 42 AM

Photo Aug 02, 9 32 08 AM (1)Photo Aug 02, 10 37 11 AMThe finished counter:Photo Aug 02, 3 27 01 PMWe used Wilsonart® Formica for the countertop:Photo Aug 02, 3 26 53 PM (1)

Dannie’s Café Addition

Sometimes, even charming little cafés need to grow. Dannie’s Café, far off the beaten path in Shover Springs, AR, started out in a renovated red barn. Within a few years, the delightful atmosphere and the delectable food had drawn enough patrons to necessitate adding space for more tables. They decided to have an addition built.

The café before we started, with materials all stacked and ready for the big project:IMG_20161031_111419751

A couple aerial shots, as framing on the new addition begins:DCIM100MEDIADJI_0325.JPG

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All framed up:IMG_20161108_172227609

Getting closer: IMG_20161116_120623505

We installed new flooring in the old part as well as the new, creating a burnt wood floor look in keeping with the rustic barn exterior:

Painting, both inside and out:IMG_1991IMG_1995DCIM100MEDIADJI_0033.JPG

The completed addition, inside:IMG_1996IMG_1997IMG_2005

And out:IMG_2017IMG_2018

We celebrated the new addition by having our company Christmas dinner there, so we speak from experience when we say you should go check it out.IMG_2064

Church Remodel

We remodeled two bathroom in the First Baptist Church of Dierks, Arkansas:2016-11-21-11-14-39The vanity top is New Venetian Gold granite and the floors are Puebla® ceramic tile:2016-11-21-11-14-33We used AAMCo partitions in the Beach Sand color:2016-11-21-11-15-042016-11-21-11-15-13

We also fabricated, painted, and installed new handrails outside the church building:

And we installed trim along the stairs leading down to the gym:

The stairs completed:

Exterior Painting

There was a time when the exterior block walls of the Husqvarna Outdoor Products plant in Nashville, AR, looked like this:20160608_090515

It was considered that the walls did not look the best that they could do, so men were called in to change that. The first step was to pressure-wash the walls in order to strip off the old, peeling paint:20160609_15195220160609_153007

Then a 65′ man-lift was needed to apply a heavy-duty primer to the walls:

 

We also painted the covered truck-parking shed, including purlins, legs, I-beams, and yellow concrete piers:

Painting the walls and fascia:

In the end, there was no denying that the walls on both buildings did look better. And so did the yellow metal ladder.2016-07-12-19-36-032016-07-12-19-36-09