Erich and Christine had the pleasure of being invited on “Living Dayton” yesterday. “Living Dayton” is Channel 2’s entertaining daytime news show from 12pm-1pm. Erich & Christine represented Remodeling Designs and talked about how Remodeling Designs can help people update their home. Enjoy the video below!
Hours for the show are Friday 12pm-7pm, Saturday 10am-8pm and Sunday 10:30am-5pm. You can find us at Booth 120 & 121 (pictured below). If you’d like FREEtickets, email Christine at ChristineB@remodelingdesigns.com.
We look forward to seeing new faces and past clients to discuss your upcoming remodeling projects.
Brian is back with a kitchen project out in Springfield. Our client was looking to update his home that was built in 1927. Changing the layout of the kitchen, along with new appliances will completely transform how they utilize their kitchen.
Brian has completed demolition by removing the old cabinets, countertops, and appliances. Brian has also completed the drywall phase. Enjoy the before and after photos below. The wall shown below will be completely revamped and redesigned. You will now see cabinets where the refrigerator was, the microwave will move, the cook top will be centered and a new range hood will be installed. The new arrangement will give our client counter space on the right and left sides of the cook top which will allow for room to prep meals.
The new location of the refrigerator will now move to the far side of the kitchen along with a new double oven. Our client upgraded from a single oven setup. The refrigerator will be on the left side of the wall and the double oven on the right with a nice countertop landing space in between them. Moving the fridge and double ovens as well as adding tall cabinetry will provide a better traffic pattern and make space more functional.
The wall opposite of the cooktop and microwave will get a new dishwasher, garbage disposal, sink, and faucet but stay in their existing locations.
A brand new pantry cabinet will also be installed in its original location. Our client’s original pantry shelving was old, worn down, and not very functional. The new cabinet will have adjustable shelving and structural integrity to allow for great storage.
Brian is busy working on setting the cabinets in the kitchen. We will have pictures next week so make sure to come back to see the kitchen progressing!