Many of the houses in our area have, well, pretty plain doors and moldings. We specialize in upgrading your interior with new doors, windows and moldings. The pictures in this gallery are of the upgraded trim and doors, the original were small fir moldings and flat hollow core fir doors. Trim and doors make for an excellent return on investment.
Testimonial from customer
Bill Gawley is an amazing contractor – he and Noah became part of the family during our two month remodel project! Not only is Bill a skilled and precise artisan, but he also has a keen sense of design and balance that were integral in the transformation of our townhouse. His suggestions, based on many years of experience, ranged from kitchen backsplash tile to base moldings…from paint color to hardware finish. Seeing the project through his eyes often brought about a new spin on and refinement of our original plans.
Bill’s attention to detail was evident throughout the remodel – ensuring that work was completed in a professional and timely manner and that the work area was left clean and orderly at the end of each day.
We are pleased to recommend Bill Gawley as a contractor for projects large and small. He is talented, professional and fun to work with – always has a smile on his face!
This is a custom range hood that I built over 15 years ago. This is a current image of the hood today. We incorporated antique corbels. There is a commercial hood enclosed underneath. The homeowner opted to put 2 ranges instead of a commercial range which saved a lot of expense.
This was a mantle that I built where I did a lot of custom fluting. This Mantle is made from Poplar wood. Poplar is an inexpensive hardwood that makes for a solid paint-grade material. Just under where the TV is mounted there is a small area for the center speaker. the removable cover is to have fabric stabled on the inside of it according to taste and season. It can be changed out on a whim to re-decorate the mantle.
I was asked to do some crown molding a while back for a customer and I thought I’d post some of these as I normally am not doing crown up the angles of a vaulted ceiling. Also note worthy about this one are the round corners on the sheetrock that I adapted a specialized faceted corner too.