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More Photos What We Did This Gold Coast condo remodel included living room and bedroom renovations, new flooring installation and Serena Shades installation.. The living room was remodeled with a new fireplace and mantel, crown molding with recessed lighting. New floors were installed. The windows were outfitted with Serena Remote Controlled Shades. Both living room

More Photos What We Did This Lincoln Park condo remodel included full bathroom renovation, Engineered flooring installation and kitchen backsplash installation. Bathroom: BATHROOM SIZE: New Size 8’x5′ BUDGET: $21,000 SINK: Integrated Porcelain Counter Top BATHTUB: N/A SHOWER: Alcove TOILET: One-Piece HARDWARE FINISH: Chrome Grohe CABINET STYLE: Shaker Style CABINET FINISH: Dark Brown Wood COUNTER MATERIAL:

More Photos What We Did This Gold Coast condo remodel included a kitchen, bath, livingroom, flooring and master closet renovations. The original outdated kitchen was demolished, walls were torn down and kitchen was opened up. We have installed new cabinets and countertops with a new matching backsplash we have also added a washer and dryer

What We Did We have replaced the wall and floor tile in this condo bathroom while keeping the tub and the vanity. We have replaced the shower fixtures, toilet, and finished up all walls and fixtures as well. BATHROOM SIZE: 8’x5′ TYPE: Master Bath SINK: Porcelain Undermount BATHTUB: Cast Iron SHOWER: Tub TOILET: 2 Piece

  More Photos What We Did Project Scope: This Gold Coast condo remodel project is a complete unit revamp. The final project is complete with new modern kitchen, modern bathroom, the walls refinished and new flooring installed throughout the condominium. The project required major renovations throughout with removal of walls and structures. The whole project completed was within

More Photos   This Magnificent Mile condo remodel was a total unit gut rehab. Included were bathroom, kitchen, livingroom and bedroom renovations and new flooring installation. The original outdated kitchen was demolished. The flooring and appliances were removed. We added a breakfast bar in a new pass through window that opens and connects the kitchen

More Photos This Edgewater Condo Remodel included kitchen, 2 bathrooms, living room, and bedroom renovations, and hardwood flooring and Serena shades installation. The original outdated kitchen was demolished, and appliances removed. We opened the condo remodel project as much as we could according to building limitations. We installed new modern minimalist style cabinets with a

More Photos What We Did In this Gold Coast condo remodel project we had a very big challenge with opening the wall for a bar and keeping the inside kitchen cabinets but still making sure the new outside cabinets won’t look out of place. Our customer wanted to open the kitchen wall and add a bar

123 Remodeling is happy to announce the launch of our first ebook – The Ultimate Guide to Condo Remodeling. If you’re interested in remodeling your condo, this ebook is for you. The ebook is thirty-two pages long, and contains all the information you need to know before getting started with your condo remodeling project. Here’s

Once again, 123 Remodeling has won the Talk of the Town Award for Excellence in Customer Satisfaction. We are happy to accept this award for the third consecutive year — for 2012, 2013, and 2014. We look forward to continuing that trend in 2015 as well. Thank you to all of our customers who helped

6 Condo & Highrise Flooring Ideas

Tuesday, 24 September 2013 by

  Most highrise or condominium homes are constructed of solid concrete, glass and steel. For years one flooring option has been parquet floors, which are glued down and installed directly on the concrete. For most the busy pattern can not only play with your mind due to the angled checker board look but, can scratch

Condo or Loft bathroom remodeling can have its challenges, first being that condo rules governed by the condo association can impact what changes you may be allowed to make, second most condo bathrooms have limited available space, third due to the typically small space most fixtures that aren’t easily moved (like plumbing or electrical), and

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