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The exterior of this home had extensive water damage to two exterior walls. The home located in Allentown PA, built in 2006, was constructed without the use of “kickout diverters”. During heavy rains the water would pour over the gutters washing out the walls, penetrating all exterior drainage plains and migrate into the house…View Gallery
Remodeling contractors in the Lehigh Valley and the greater Lehigh Valley, Upper Bucks Building will bring a level of comfort to building and design and create your new space. This basement in Allentown was a prime candidate…View Gallery
A Room Face Lift is one of the quickest easiest ways to make a change to your home, away from the old and into the new. A warm paint color, new baseboard trim, window casing, maybe some shadow boxes or raised panels. Whichever way you should like it to be. It’s a simple way to make it yours. Many people choose to consult with fashion and decorating magazines before embarking into their Room face lift projects and we agree that these are great sources of ideas and outside opinions. Another great way to prepare is to go window shopping at your local lumber yard. Most lumber yards carry a wide variety of millwork and catalogues to assist customers when it comes to making decisions about their millwork needs. Locally in Allentown and Bethlehem Pennsylvania one can find several such lumber yards. There is Shelley’s lumber, Marvic Supply, 84 Lumber and the good old stand byes, Lowes and Home Depot. You also want to consider your flooring requirements before taking any action. There are many types of floor coverings and they all fit different situations and needs. Warm cozy carpeting for a bedroom, Harwood for the dining room and perhaps tile for the bathroom and kitchen.
Now that you have decided that you want to embark into your Room Facelift, and you have made your paint choices, millwork choices and you have decided on your flooring needs it time to start planning the for the project to be done. Typically we like to assist our customers as they go through the selections process it is important that the choices that are made by our customers will actually work when it comes time to assemble all of the parts. Certain types of millwork might be too thick or wide, certain types of hardwood might not be the right choice depending on the flow of traffic through the room, as well as a paint color that might be too dark or too light. Our favorite part of the job is actually going through this process with our customers. Making the right decisions and planning everything out in advance is sure way to not only have a room that you will enjoy but it’s also the way that we are able to ensure a seamless project that in the end not only looks and feels right, but will also stand the test of time!