Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Quick Bathroom Spruce Up

My wife has an unending list of projects for me to do around the house. I don't mind working around the house, I just don't have a lot of time to do all that needs to be done. I was working out of town last weekend, my wife decided to improve the hall bathroom by herself. She did a great job. She almost had it completed before I got back. Here are some pictures of the things she did.

First she repainted the entire room with two coats of paint. It took less than a gallon of paint to do. A couple of cheap brushes and a roller and she was off and running.

She picked up some accessories; pictures, rugs, mirror, towel bars, etc. She shopped at Target and Kohl's, and got some great deals. (Luckily, the wife's not the big spender.)

There were some things that she was not able to do. For example, I installed the faucet that she purchased so that I could say that I helped.
The bathroom looks great. It was very inexpensive to do ourselves. Start to finish the project took two days to complete, and cost about a hundred dollars. Not bad for a woman with initiative. :)

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Tromler Construction

general contractor
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Another beautiful morning, I am grateful.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Final handle installed, kitchen is completed!

The final item installed in the kitchen remodel. Kitchen is now complete!

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Installing back-ordered door pulls.

Finally got the last of the pull handles for the kitchen doors and drawers.

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Painting Finished in Kitchen

Starting to look like a kitchen. Still have some minor things to do: under cabinet lighting, change out electrical outlets, finish glazing door, handles, and such. The end is in sight.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Ceiling Complete!

Ceiling complete, can lights in, prepping for granite counters.

Sunday, July 20, 2008

Closing up the ceiling.

Closing up the ceilings, patching the walls. Things start to look a lot better when can't see the roof from the kitchen. Can lights will be set after the texture.

Knocking out the old stuff!

The cabinets were redone by Kellie, she was great to work with on this project. The ceiling was opened up to raise the ceiling to 8 feet, matching the rest of the house.

Ceramic tiles were removed, granite will be installed a little later. The backsplash will be done in Travertine.

Kitchen Remodel in Greenstone Country

Some quick pictures of the Kitchen Remodel in Greenstone Country.
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