Ms. S. needed a railing for her front step. She also added some blocks to make a third step.
Matching the stain was tricky for the railing. It is definitely not a perfect match. But otherwise I was happy with the job!
Gallery 7 office needed some curtain rods so they can block off their props storage area better. One side is 16 feet and the other is 11 feet. It’s hard to take a picture 🙂 Rods are 3/4″ copper pipe, painted black.
Here’s an example of a tub I re-caulked recently. It involves removing the old caulking, scraping it off with a knife blade and cleaning with methyl hydrate, and putting a new (usually smaller) bead down. It generally takes about an hour and I include the new mildew-resistant caulking in the price.
Here are some pictures of D and D’s coat closet. It is hard to photograph because it is a small room–hence the “fish eye” panorama picture. The room is 8.5 feet high. The closet has 4 sliding doors, 2 shelves, and a coat rack rail. It is built in around the crown moulding over a tile floor, around an alarm panel, and one side is a concrete wall. A good challenge!
Ms. M.W. ordered a custom cabinet for her new ensuite. It is painted plywood, rounded legs, white thermofoil doors and drawers with soft close options. It is for a double sink, and due to its length I had to reinforce the bottom so it wouldn’t sag. It was tricky lining up all those square corners on the drawers and doors!
My in-laws are re-doing their kitchen, but it is going slowly so I helped a bit by making the bench seat for them. It involved a couple of plywood boxes on a pre-made base. Then I glued two pieces of oak together to make the seats. They operate on piano hinges. Lastly I glued four pieces together to make a small oak table.