A two family house on the West Side of Providence, built in 1870, was brought down to to the studs to bring new life to an outdated floorplan. The access to the units was reconfigured to allow for an open floor plan between the second and third floors as well as a direct access added to the first floor unit. The new kitchen and baths were designed with reclaimed and donated materials, including all doors and base cabinets. Original wood flooring was uncovered along with many severed framing members. Behind the scenes work includes re-framed floors and all new electrical, plumbing, heating and insulation. Custom linen window panels were inserted on the east side of the house for added privacy. All existing lumber, trim, paneling, and sinks have been salvaged and stored in our warehouse for future use.
Providence, Rhode Island
McShane Home Improvement