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French doors installed.

Acoustic material has been removed from the ceiling and new texture has been added for an updated look. The walls and ceiling have been painted. A new vinyl window has been installed in place of the old aluminum window. The carpet in the living room was replaced with Pergo flooring; though it’s difficult to see due to the protective materials in place.

The kitchen ceiling soffit has been removed to fully open up the kitchen space. The cabinetry on the left side of the room was removed to open up the space. New cabinets have plenty of space to ensure the loss of cabinetry does not affect this kitchen. Updated can lighting is now in place in lieu of the former fluorescent’s.

New cabinetry and prefabricated granite have been installed. The window has been replaced with this new low-E Vinyl one. The existing Pergo the homeowner had in place was removed and replaced with new Pergo that has been installed in a different direction to give a larger feel to the space.

This area was formerly a closet.  The closet door has been sealed off and an opening has been cut into the hallway to provide an open space to house this business’ large copier.  This new cove provides some sound proofing for the noisy copier. Pergo flooring, new paint, base molding and casing completes this new found space.

 This kitchen received an all-over improvement. From new cabinets, to new granite countertops, all new fixtures, garden window, new lighting and much more!

This elongated bathroom was original to this 1958 home and was in need of modernization. The homeowner removed and replaced the shower wall and floor tiles, the bathroom window with a new Vinyl framed low E glass window, replaced all the fixtures and finishes. They added a recessed shampoo shelf into the wall for added space. A beautiful bamboo vanity was selected with amazing white granite countertop. The frameless shower wall adds to this contemporary feel. The space is bright, beautiful and functional now.

This kitchen has an inviting and spacious feel to it now. The addition of the hickory cabinets with the light stain warmed up this space a great deal. The plumbing was relocated and a Garden window was installed. The new window adds a great deal of natural light. By moving the kitchen sink and dishwasher over this homeowner was able to maximum every inch of the new found space. They added an appliance garage, tall upper cabinetry, a lazy susan and a new pantry with roll out drawers. The space is truly functional!

Another view. We added a microwave hood for even more added space. That granite is really something!

Two entry roof coverings were added over these units at a Reno Triplex. After the engineering was completed and the permit in place, it was a matter of days to get the coverings installed and painted. These eliminate liability and create a comfortable space for entering and exiting the home.

This Master bathroom has been restructured for functional convenience and offers a spa like effect with its beautiful granite walls. The owner picked that granite as it resembles trees, This spacious shower with the built-in seat is exactly what this homeowner had envisioned. The shower received a water tight shower enclosure with oil rubbed bronze trim that protects the flooring from damage. In order to see the whole spectrum of the inside of this shower, we chose to show this photo. With the bathtub removed the owner utilized a portion of that space for the toilet. The bathroom received a whole new look!

This Master Bathroom received an updated face-lift. The new materials lend to a contemporary feel. The two mirrors and fixtures really divide the space so it appears larger.

King Bee improved the Sauna benches and flooring in this once heavily used sauna by manufacturing benches and back rests out of pressure treated red cedar wood. The existing flooring was in need of update too and with proper cleaning and preparation a new anti-slip floor coating that could tolerate the high heat was installed.

Two tall picture windows were installed in this once dark stairwell. The view of the city is impeccable from these windows and the stairwell is now lit, that equals a happy homeowner.

A basic project with a big impact. We removed the wall paper, prepared the wall for paint, installed new
carpet and wa-la!

Water damaged ceiling repairs were made to the closet. Drywall repairs are no problem!

King Bee removed the old and damaged deck boards and replaced them with new redwood deck boards throughout many locations in this particular Reno complex.

This home had many new vinyl, low-e glass windows installed throughout the home. The kitchen was one of the first ones to have the old aluminum windows removed and replaced.
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