Earlier this year, we were contacted by a woman needing urgent remodeling help. During our initial consultation, this woman, Mrs. Jones, told us that her elderly mother was coming to live with her. Mrs. Jones had concerns over how safe and how functional both her powder room and her hall bathroom would be for her mom. The bathrooms were both quite small. As is frequently the case, the homeowner was having difficulty visualizing how everything in each bathroom would look and fit. She wanted the rooms to be safe, functional and beautiful, but was at a loss to see how this could be accomplished. This problem was easily overcome during phase 1 of our precise threepart process.
Mr. and Mrs. Morrison contacted us for help with renovations on their newly purchased condo. Master bedroom, hall bathroom, kitchen, lighting, and doors all needed to be fully updated. With their new baby on the way, the Morrisons were ready for us to give their home a fresh, new look. Our job was to change the current state of their condo by turning it into a more functional, aesthetic, and modern home.
Mr. Lee called us in to discuss renovations on his small, outofdate, main level bathroom that was in dire need of remodeling. The bathroom was not fully functional and had a multitude of structural and cosmetic issues. Mr. Lee wanted to get the work completed before his young son came home from camp, so he would not have to be subjected to the noise and disarray of construction. This meant that work would have to be completed in as short an amount of time as possible.
After a fire in his building caused serious damage to Mr. Mitchell's condo he needed immediate help from multiple contractors to complete the repairs and renovations as quickly as possible. Mr. Mitchell selected MSC to do the work on his kitchen. We consulted with the client, going over layout, plans, and scheduling, in coordination with workers, other contractors and building management.
Mr. and Mrs. Carey needed to have the outdated bathroom in their Washington DC condo remodeled. Since their home had only one bathroom it was important for us to work quickly and get the job done on time. As an additional factor, the couple had to have their bathroom finished before they left town for Thanksgiving. In a situation where the speed of construction is as critical as it was for the remodeling of Mr. and Mrs. Carey's bathroom, the planning and ordering phases are of prime importance. We consulted with the clients, going over layouts, plans, and materials to make sure we were all on the same page and the remodel could progress smoothly and quickly.
Mr. and Mrs. Dunn contacted us to help them remodel their master bathroom. It was the first time they had ever had this kind of work done and both were anxious about getting contractors they could trust and who would offer the professional guidance they needed.
Starting with the first steps of our threephase process we consulted them on the changes they wanted. We helped them with design ideas, presented them with the layout and came up with the final plans. From there we went through the process of ordering, scheduling, and construction, staying in close touch with the Dunns at all times to make sure the whole process was as stressfree for them as possible.
A woman named Ms. Arrington called us in to remodel her outdated Master Bathroom. The bath had no functional or internal issues, but simply needed a new, modern lift. Ms. Arrington has a very busy work life and wanted the project done quickly, efficiently, and to her high level of expectation. After a long and hectic day at work she was looking forward to coming home each night to a beautiful, refreshed, up to date bathroom. This is exactly the product we achieved for her.
The Cho's wanted their basement finished with a layout to suit the needs of their growing family. The remodel was to cover everything literally from floor to ceiling, with the walls inbetween. The first phase of this process was a series of indepth consultations covering the wide variety of options available to them. Lighting was an important consideration for the Cho family, so particular attention was paid to illumination in the various plans. After going over several different proposed layouts, the family decided on one that worked for all of them and the initial ordering of materials was begun.
Mrs. Segura was expecting a baby and needed us to update her bathroom into a clean and safe space to prepare for the new arrival. She wanted a beautiful, fresh and modern bathroom, but had no idea how to achieve that result within the limitations of the bathroom size and layout. Her current bath was small, narrow and outofdate. The tile was cracked and the floor was dangerously uneven. There was no room for storage. As the only bathroom in the house with a tub, this was going to be the room where Mrs. Segura gave her new baby a bath.
When Mr. Jackson came to us for his bathroom remodel, he was distrustful of contractors, having had bad experiences on other projects in the past. After the first consultation he decided to take a chance on MSC. Our goal was to make sure the client had a great experience and everything from first design through final inspection went smoothly and without a hitch. We needed to keep Mr. Jackson informed every step of the way, building confidence and making sure his bathroom remodel was an event he would look back on with pleasure.
The Harrison family needed a complete makeover of the old bathroom in their beautiful, spacious new home. The old bathroom was boring. It was dark and gloomy, with walls covered in black tile. Harrison wanted us to renovate and liven up the room to go along with all the charming features of their home. They wanted the bath to be a place where they could relax, and one that took advantage of the large dimensions of the room. To make these changes and get the best out of the large, and potentially charming room, we would need to come up with some excellent design ideas and a good layout.
Mrs. Meredith Gold, needed major improvements done on their house within a small amount of time. Work that would normally take many weeks to accomplish had to be completed in less than two weeks. Listing agent (Michele Bruggeman), made it clear It was vital that the home was ready to go on the market in two weeks time, without fail.
We had to retile the bathroom floors, refinish the hardwood floors throughout the house and paint the entire interior with a couple of different tone colors, including walls, windows, doors, closets, accent walls, and all trim.