San Mateo street was another interior and bathroom remodel project we did in december of 2016. It was a 1300sqft house in a not so great area of fairfield, with an incredibly small budget. This was more of a rehab, than a remodel. The key difference is that a remodel usually involves moving walls, floor plan changes, etc. A rehab is more like a refresh using the existing layout. The total project length for this renovation was 3 weeks from start to finish. Some of the work we did here was:
We fully remodeled this once run down home into a beautiful house. We redesigned and relocated the kitchen, the rear windows and sliding glass doors and in the master bathroom remodel portion of the project we redesigned the master bathroom and closet layout, turning it into a walk-in closet.
Some of the things we did are:
Relocated kitchen to new area – Full kitchen remodel.
New finish electrical throughout (switches/plugs/fixtures)
All new wiring in the kitchen
All new plumbing in the kitchen
New retrofit windows, with a mixture of nail fin windows on stucco area’s
Re-Stucco the back of the house from all the patches everywhere
Re-Frame the master bathroom so it has a walk-in closet and enclosed toilet
Two full bath remodels with new vanities, fixtures, tubs, and floor and wall tile.
We cleared the pest inspection and home inspection for the client.
New interior/exterior doors and baseboard throughout.
New laminate flooring throughout.
Reframed front entry to fit a 8′ door with sidelights.
Removed accoustic ceiling texture and retextured the ceiling
We installed about 30 sheets of rock and retextured all the areas that needed it