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Living Room Remodel

Thorn

This was a big project on an old home in Sewickley! We helped our homeowners to expand their home to better accommodate their growing family. Specifically, we re-built an existing great room, turned a side porch into a mud room, and added a bedroom and bathroom upstairs. The house was over 100 years old to begin with, needless to say that working on old homes come with specific challenges. Justin, Rob and our Homeowners worked together to design a project around a specific budget, choose materials and fixtures, and figure out some quirky tie-in details. This project took about four months from commencement to completion, wrapping up before the Homeowner's target completion date, and accomplished the Homeowner's intended purpose for building the project....

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South Side

This is a major kitchen remodel we did in a very unique house on the South Side Slopes. This has been described by our employees as "one of the creepiest after-demolition spaces ever!" Our work included: Complete demolition of the existing kitchen Replacing a large garden window We ran new plumbing and electric throughout the kitchen We added a significant amount of insulation to the space We found, exposed and cleaned up an existing (massive) steel beam! All new flooring, appliances, cabinets, counters, fixtures, and moldings to match the home The counters are stainless steel with integrated sink, and The backsplash is large format porcelain tile. We were fortunate to partner with Jacob Evans Kitchen & Bath for this project; they supplied many of the materials and collaborated on the overall design....

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Osage

Pittsburgh Remodeling Company  was originally brought in to remodel the master bath and closet in this Mt. Lebanon home, but our scope work work grew considerably upon discovering significant concealed structural damage. Our work grew from interior only renovation to rebuilding an existing--but failing--home addition. Our work included the following: Installing a really nice Ditra Heat system throughout the bathroom and closet. Installing a Schluter Kerdi shower system. Installing all new cabinetry, counters and closet system. All new tile on the floor and walls, and quartz pieces for the curb, bench and counter top. We obtained all necessary permits and inspections for the project. ...

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Vernon

Pittsburgh Remodeling Company reconfigured this master suite to make better use of the space, increase flow and functionality, and update the style to suite the homeowners taste.  Our work included: Moving a bedroom wall to borrow some space for the expanded walk-in closet. Re-framing all interior walls to create a more functional layout. Adjusting plumbing to meet codes. Creating custom storage solutions. Installing new tile, vanity and fixtures. ...

Trenton

Pittsburgh Remodeling Company helped these homeowners to conceptualize, reconfigure and renovate their Regent Square home. The Homeowners had a baby on the way and chose to expand their current home instead of moving. Our project was a major structural renovation and our work involved: Creating a new upstairs laundry room Helped to design a new master suite with walk-in closet and luxurious bathroom Remodeled existing 2F hall bath Installed new hardwood flooring throughout the second floor of home Installed new doors and trim throughout second and third floor Creating a nursery for the baby Natural woods are repeated in the bathroom vanity, floating shelves and tub surround, creating a calming, zen tone for the space.  Unpolished rough-edged quartz, floor and shower tile, and mosaic accent tiles complete the look.  A ten-foot...