Project “S” Part II

Once the photos have been taken and the home has been dried to industry standards (see Project “S” Part I here). Its time to put the home back in order.

Mr. and Mrs. “S” decided to take this flooded opportunity and turn their home into the home they wished it was. They ended up updating the kitchen, garage doors, basement, flooring, fixtures, etc. Throughout this process our in house designer, Stacy, was right beside them; finding flooring and fixtures that fit their space and taste to a T.

From the day we were called to their flooded home to the time they were moved back in was nearly 6 months. This home was extensively damaged. As this is a vacation home; water had been in the home for an extended amount of time. As most of the damage was in the basement, that’s where the photos were taken at the time. Let’s revisit some of the before photos.

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Water in the basement leads to moisture problems throughout the rest of the house.

Sobeski Flood-Edited

This is the amount of water that was in the basement when we were called in.

Take notice of the water line below the window. This is the height of the water that was in the basement.

Take notice of the water line below the window. This is the maximum height of the water that was in the basement.

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Mold Growth

Notice the waterline on the wall studs. This is how much water was in the basement.

Notice the water line on the wall studs. This is the maximum height of the water that was in the basement.

After six months of orders, subcontractors, crew, designs, planning, clean-up, and decisions. This renovation to remodel was finally complete. The homeowners are very pleased with the work we’ve done. Here are the final results.

Before and After Fireplace Garage Before and After (1)

Sobeski Kitchen B & A

 

Do you have any plans for a remodel? What room? More than one? What do you envision? 🙂