Delivered projects #1: Demolition and integration of a Kitchen in Westport Connecticut

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Blog entry by PrimoCarpentry posted 10-04-2016 02:01 AM 827 reads 0 times favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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My name is Wilson. I am a Carpenter and I run a carpentry company here in Danbury CT. We’ve been serving the Lower Connecticut county for almost 10 years. This is my first blog here, I hope you enjoy it.

I have started to film my jobs to show people the whole process including the effort needed in order to accomplish a project. Sometimes the customer does not understand all the obstacles involved. I really do believe that they can understand how they have invested with us.

Sometimes it might seem to be a small job, but there are many crucial parts to building a structure.

In this video above (that I need to improve on the use and creation), I’ll be showing a demolition and structure reinforcement that was needed to sustain the ceiling of two missing walls in a project in Westport, CT. This customer hired us to open their kitchen and integrate it into a living room. The kitchen was very small and definitely need a remodel. The whole job was done with the family living there, so the deadline was primordial to be reached.

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After the demolition and reinforcement, the ceiling and floor were fixed. We installed all cabinetry, tiles, and a fireplace.

It was a 3-week job because the family desired a new kitchen for the 4th of July holiday celebration.

The main difficulties faced in this project were:

1 – Keep all partners working together to reach the deadline;
2 – Have everything lined as planned;
3 – Fixing a stain in the floor due to improper cleaning.

In conclusion, the family was very happy with their new kitchen. It was a pleasure to work with them, such a nice and polite family. Ready for the next job.
Westport home remodeling example.

-- Wilson, Principal for

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