Kitchen And BathroomPosted by Andrew U. in Clinton Hill
Not a full gut, but a major renovation of a top (12th) floor 750 ft2 apartment - teardown and buildup of a small kitchen and bathroom, some non-structural wall removals, new flooring, possibly minor plumbing and electrical.
Kitchen and bath are a total loss. Cabinets are deteriorating pasteboard, floor is laminate. Bathroom tub, toilet, sink and floor tile all need to be replaced. Water damage to two walls. Parquet wood floor is yellowing and water damaged in spots. Several small non-structural interior walls and swinging doors are using up valuable space.
Scope of work
A modern, elegant, usable space is produced by the removal of selected interior walls and a thoughtful, innovative kitchen and bathroom layout.
New hardwood flooring overlays parquet, new tile, cabinetry and appliances modernize kitchen, new tile, bath, sliding door, and movement of sink maximizes space in a tiny bath.
We are arts professionals who often work from home, so we need someone creative to help us think outside the box on design solutions and implement them on a (for what we'd like) low budget.
Bob was an extraordinary generous and thoughtful individual. He's very easy to communicate with.
Great knowledge of good people to do the subcontracting - the kitchen tiling was handled by an expert who made everything look flawless.
very well - there are almost always hiccups in NYC because of the multiple codes and coop regulations, and Bob was able to help us through these all with aplomb.