The Back Story
This client and her husband had just moved from California and wanted to use all green practices in the kitchen renovation, garage, and sunroom. We did not use spray foam or chemicals in the household. The Curtice Group provided both in-house design services as well as the actual construction.
Construction begins. Walls have been stripped to insulation. Materials and supplies for the project are gathered.
Temporary walls have been constructed in what will be the open space of the renovated kitchen. The temporary walls will support the installation of a heavy load-bearing beam.
View reveals where load-bearing beam will be installed in kitchen ceiling.
Load-bearing beam bolted and in final resting place.
Before photo showing exposed wall between kitchen and living room with fireplace.
Temporary support walls have been removed while new walls for hall closet and bath have been framed. Electrical wiring for outlets, switches, and ceiling lighting has begun. The new shower stall has been installed on the right.
Curtice Group owner Scott Curtice discusses progress with project manager and electrician.
Walls and ceiling have been plastered.
After photo showing plastered wall between kitchen and living room with fireplace.
Custom cabinets, kitchen island, and wood flooring being installed.
View of first floor bath with sink and tile floor installed. Walls and trim being painted.
The newly framed walls in the rear sunroom for a laundry closet, and plumbing for laundry appliances installed.