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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....

orchard kitchen remodel


This was a unique project for Pittsburgh Remodeling Company, because this is a true DIY kitchen remodel where we just helped out a little. Specifically, we helped the Homeowners with the overall concept and helped to put together a general plan of action for the project. The Homeowners did the bulk of the work themselves, and we stopped by at various stages throughout the project to consult on progress and answer questions. We even helped the Homeowners find reputable subs to work with for a few trades (for example, drywall). At the end of the day, they fully demolished and remodeled their own kitchen, we just shared from our experience at various stages throughout the project.We think the results speak for themselves! The project turned out great and the Homeowners...



Pittsburgh Remodeling Company is incredibly fortunate to have been a part of this major renovation of a Highland Park home. And what a major renovation it was! This project included a major kitchen remodel, master bathroom remodel, some aesthetic bathroom remodeling on the third floor, we added a powder room to the first floor and built an addition on the back of the house. Our work also included:Complete demolition of the existing kitchen, existing addition and master bathroom We built a new slab-on-grade addition with radiant hydronic heat in the slab Tied new white oak flooring into the original, and refinished the entire first floor We ran new plumbing, electric and heating throughout all three floors of the home We installed new custom cabinets, soapstone and quartz counters, marble herringbone...


Queen’s Court

This renovation was designed to retain and restore the original features and style of this mid-century modern home while updating the kitchen to create a more functional living space for the client.  We tapped into unused space and created an interesting architectural feature by vaulting the ceiling....



This Dormont home was transformed by removing the wall separating the kitchen and dining room to create an open floor plan with an eclectic feel.  We updated all the mechanicals, installed a wood-look porcelain tile floor, and a kitchen island with a dramatic copper counter top....



This project was a major structural renovation that involved removing a load bearing wall, rewiring, and adding a powder room.  Custom cabinets, quartz counter tops, and a colorful glass tile backsplash finished off the space....


Squirrel Hill

After dealing with significant structural damage, framing a whole new floor system, and sealing major insulation issues, we were finally able to complete this traditional kitchen in a way that perfectly suits the style of the home....



After recently purchasing this home, the client was ready to rethink their floor plan.  We swapped the kitchen and dining rooms, leaving the floor plan open and flowing from room to room.  We installed radiant heat, refinished the hardwood floors, and built a rustic island to match their dining room table, further tying the two spaces together....

Bathroom Remodel


This client was ready to bring their 1950s bathroom in Mt. Lebanon up to speed with the rest of their home.  A Schluter line drain in the large shower, heated floors, a double vanity, and separate water closet helped to create a space that was more expressive of the homeowner’s style....



Using a grey and white palette with glass backsplash tile, we created a classic look for this well-loved point breeze home....