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Painting and Staining the Exterior of the Kuppersmith Project House

Painting and Staining the Exterior of the Kuppersmith Project House

After completing all the brickwork, siding, and trim on the outside of our 1926 Kuppersmith Project house, the painting crew was able to caulk, prime, paint, and stain the exterior of the house. Watch this video to find out more.

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Drywall Installed and Finished on the Kuppersmith Project House

Drywall Installed and Finished on the Kuppersmith Project House

The cracked and peeling old plaster in the Kuppersmith Project house has been removed, and the walls and ceilings covered with drywall. Before finishing the drywall, I carefully compared all the electrical outlets and ducts with the plans to be sure nothing had been accidently covered over. Watch this video to find out more.

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Foam Insulation Installed in the Kuppersmith Project House

Foam Insulation Installed in the Kuppersmith Project House

The attic rafters and exterior walls of the Kuppersmith Project house were insulated using foam insulation. This turned the attic into a conditioned space that will stay within 10 degrees of the interior of the house in both winter and summer. Watch this video to find out more.

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Advantages of Drywall Used on the Kuppersmith Project House

Advantages of Drywall Used on the Kuppersmith Project House

The drywall we’re using on the Kuppersmith Project house is a lightweight material that weighs 30% less than standard drywall. It’s also more sag resistant, scores and snaps cleanly, and is made with 100% recycled paper. Watch this video to find out more.

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Framing for Retractable Screens on the Kuppersmith Project House

Framing for Retractable Screens on the Kuppersmith Project House

The soffit and beam on the back porch of the Kuppersmith Project house were framed to accommodate motorized, retractable screens. The screens can be rolled down at the touch of a button, then retracted into the soffit to let the outside in when they’re not needed. Watch this video to find out more.

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Programmable Shower Installed in the Kuppersmith Project House

Programmable Shower Installed in the Kuppersmith Project House

For the ultimate showering experience in the Kuppersmith Project master bathroom, we installed a programmable shower valve which can be programmed to control every aspect of the showering experience – from water temperature to different types of sprays. Watch this video to find out more.

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Installing Bathroom Vent Fans in the Kuppersmith Project House

Installing Bathroom Vent Fans in the Kuppersmith Project House

The plumbers and electricians have been hard at work roughing in all the pipes and wiring in our extensive renovation of the 1926 Kuppersmith Project house, including matching the bathroom vent fans to the size and style of each bathroom. Watch this video to find out more.

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Installing Composite Decking on the Kuppersmith Project House Porch

Installing Composite Decking on the Kuppersmith Project House Porch

We installed low maintenance, composite decking with an ipê finish on the floor of the Kuppersmith Project house porch. Hidden deck fasteners with stainless steel screws were used to keep from marring the look of the porch floor. Watch this video to find out more.

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Matching the Bricks and Mortar on the Kuppersmith Project House

Matching the Bricks and Mortar on the Kuppersmith Project House

Since the bricks on the additions of the Kuppersmith Project house tied into the brickwork of the 1926 house, it was crucial that we matched the color of the bricks and mortar exactly to the original. Watch this video to find out more.

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Working with Subcontractors on the Kuppersmith Project House

Working with Subcontractors on the Kuppersmith Project House

When working on a project as large as our extensive renovation of the Kuppersmith Project house, having good subcontrators to handle the plumbing, electrical, and HVAC work is essential if the job is to go smoothly. Watch this video to find out more.

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