If your looking for a Basement, Kitchen or Bathroom remodel, we urge you to consider P&G property Solutions. Each project is over seen and managed by the Owner of the company, Gary Brown, in order that your project receives the special attention it requires. Remodeling projects require many different “trades” in-order-to come to a successful completion. Framing, Electrical, Plumbing, Drywall, Doors and Trim, Heating & Air, Painting and flooring all must be carefully scheduled and overseen to assure each project element is correct and completed as it should be. Project permits and/ or insurance claims pose no problems for us. Our goal is to provide you with peace of mind all through your project. Visit our Project Photo area to see an array of project photos of past projects.
The old bathroom area was a small 4-foot by four-foot bath area. P&G removed a hall wall and door and expanded the bathroom to 8 -foot x 4-foot bath area with a new 60-inch double bowl sink with a marble top. The bathtub was re-usable and above the tub was tiled. The rest of the project included Bathroom drywall replacement and repair, new LVT flooring, new oblong toilet, recessed lighting, bath fan with light, wall mirrors plus final painting of bathroom.
Exterior Replacement Project
Older aluminum siding home damaged by hail. P&G removed all old siding and wrapped home with Fan-Fold Insulation, then resided home with new vinyl siding. P&G also replaced the roof and gutters of the home. Note: P&G Handled all insurance claim work for this project which included assisting homeowner with filing claim, meetings with insurance adjuster and completing all final insurance paperwork.
Older home built late 1800’s with old exterior wood lap board. Photos show new vinyl siding of home plus the detached garage, due to the same bad condition was re-sided as well. Additional work to the home by P&G Property Solutions included a new roof, new replacement windows, rebuilt front porch and steps. P&G also renovated the entire interior of the home.
Metal Stud Framing: Photos show frame out of a Bridgetown basement remodeling project using metal studs. Metal studs are not affected by moisture or fire. In addition each metal stud is true and straight and install much quicker than using 2 x 4 wood studs. This assures the following steps to a basement remodel has no issues due to framing problems that sometimes come with the wood framing. This project was framed for an addition of a full bath, hobby room, family room and an area was left for a large storage area.