Residential & Commercial maintenance and remodeling

Siding repair

Here is a section of siding that was rotting I replaced.  Changed it out, caulked and painted!  This was in Hurst, Tx

Toilet drain repair

The builders at this house in Keller, Tx had installed the drain to the toilet incorrectly so they installed an offset to position the toilet correctly.  This affected the flow out of the toilet and caused it to back up repeatedly.   So the repair was to jackhammer all of it out, remove the bends and bring it back up to its full capacity.

Presure Wash

What a difference a little presurewashing makes!   Today in Azle, Tx


Today I installed gutters over a garage door for a client in Azle.  Complete with leaf guards.

Flooded house repairs

Today we are wrapping up repairs on a house in Roanoke, Tx that was flooded after a pipe froze and burst.  Our friends, Santos and crew are installing the carpet today as we finish final touch ups. Running back over all the trim and covering the normal scuffs that come from carpet install.

Plumbing Repair

Working on a home today that had hot water coming from an exterior faucet!  We opened the wall and used quite a bit of pex pipe to connect it back right and now have cold water!

Kitchen Remodel

   A kitchen, dining and laundry room remodel in Springtown.  New cabinets, farmhouse sink, butcher block countertops, floor and subway tile backsplash.  The plumbing and electrical had to be reconfigured to accommodate the new configuration.  The customer is adding shelves above the sink at a later date.

Major Remodel

We started a major remodel of a house including changing the configuration of the laundry room, totally rebuilding the kitchen, and installing a new backsplash and cabinets and a new pantry.. stay tuned for finished pictures!

Rustic Deck

We just completed this rustic deck with natural tree posts in Leaky, Texas.  I think the look turned out pretty good!   We will be going back to treat the wood after a roofing company installs a steel roof in January.

False Cedar Beam

Here is a false cedar beam we built in Springtown, Tx.  We used 1×12 cedar planks that were rough-cut to build it and make it look exactly like a solid beam.

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