Rough framing at skylight to open the ceiling and allow maximum transition of light.
This stair was built in keeping with historic aesthetics.
This deck was designed to specifically allow for vehicles to fit underneath and allow vehicle pass to and from the garage at the basement of the house.
The floor at the front of the house was damaged by a leak and was completeley replaced with toothed-in new hardwood flooring.
Floor and wall framing for bathroom renovation. This work was an extensive rebuild including addition of crossblocking and support to the existing floor and an entire now wall layout for significant parts of the home.
New wall and kitchen kneewall framing in the kitchen.
This fence gate has wood cladding but is built with wood cladding on top of a steel frame to reduce sagging.
In addition to reframing to add the new windows, we also finished the space and added new flooring and cabinets and lighting.
New wall framing in finished basement wall layout
Adding this addition to the rear of the house allowed for significant improvements on the inside of the house such as a much larger kitchen and the addition of a powder room on the main level and an additional bedroom.
Furring out this wall further with modern studs allowed for the addition of piping, kitchen drains, and wiring.
The floor had several parts removed and reinstalled with toothed-in new hardwood flooring.
Infinity Design Solutions, LLC
1429 21st St NW Washington, DC 20036
Tel: (202) 629-3692
Hours: 8:00AM to 4:00PM
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