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"John has a commitment to excellence, an understanding of what it takes to do the job correctly, and most importantly, the desire to make his customer the first priority.  We were very pleased with all aspects of the work he did for us!"
     - Herb & Cindy Mueller family, Westminster

Bathroom Finish
We had the pleasure of helping some fellow Westminster homeowners transform their outdated bath into this beautiful new masterpiece.  It was great to see their dream become a reality, and personally rewarding to have been a part of it.  We worked on the installation of the wainscot, covebase and chair rail, but the entire project also included a new tub/shower enclosure, new fixtures and towel bars, a new vanity with an integral cultured marble sink and countertop, a re-faced linen closet, new flooring, a mirrored medicine cabinet, beveled mirrored lighting and a fresh tricolor paint job.  Well done!!!

Basement Finish
This basement finish added functionality to a previously dark and dingy space.  The lighting matched that used on the main level of the home.  The built-in cabinets provided a lot of storage space and were of a similar design to those used on the main level.  These features helped to establish continuity between the basement and the rest of the house.
Walk-Through Closet
What home doesn’t need lots of closet space?  When a beautiful new master bathroom was added to this house, we transformed the existing bathroom into a wonderful walk-through closet with lots of storage.  There is room for everything, even luggage!

We're happy to work with do-it-yourselfers.  A Thornton homeowner designed and co-built this shed with our help.  A gambrel roof was selected for aesthetics and to optimize the use of interior space.  The structure features a reinforced concrete floor for longevity and an interior loft for out-of-the-way storage.  Economical Plexiglass windows built on-site flood the interior with light and a roof vent was included for air circulation.  The hinged doorway can be locked to protect valuables.

During Construction

To make use of an otherwise wasted corner of his property, an Arvada homeowner hired us to build this unique addition to a shed that he recently purchased from Ted's Sheds.  An asymmetric design was required to fill the available ground and complement his landscape timbers.  We made the back wall of the addition approximately 5-feet long, whereas the front wall measured approximately 7-feet.  We continued the existing roof line with custom trusses made on-site and we matched the trim details so that the addition would blend right in.  Ted's Sheds worked with the homeowner to ensure that we had the same base materials for this customized job.  They pre-painted all the siding and trim and also built the new door. 

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