we are constructing a detached ADU with separate living space located on the same property as the main house. It serves as a secondary dwelling unit and offers privacy and independence. designed to have its own entrance, kitchen, bathroom, and living area.
In this bathroom walk-in shower, the horizontally set shower textured panels harmonize perfectly with the large marble-look wall tiles, mimicking the real thing with stunning detail.
Our craftsmanship on display, featuring a wood grain finish of the Pergo floor that displays quality workmanship.
Our professional painters have expertly applied a fresh layer of paint to those walls and ceilings, resulting in a textured surface that truly elevates the look and feel of the space. It's a work of art in progress!
The sheetrock has been expertly installed and finished with a smooth coat of drywall mud. It showcases precise cutouts for electrical outlets, seamlessly integrating recessed lighting and plumbing fixtures into the walls.
Our professional tile setter often uses backer board on shower walls to provide a reliable surface for securing tiles. This backer board is typically composed of water-resistant gypsum, fortified with silicone treatment, and reinforced with sturdy fiberglass mats to ensure both durability and resistance to water.
The HYDRO-BLOK Wallboard is expertly designed to provide both waterproofing and structural reinforcement to your shower. It effectively covers gaps and screwheads while seamlessly integrating a waterproofing membrane, ensuring strength and durability.
The mud base concrete shower pan in the process of setting. Additionally, we've applied the mortar shower curb base. These crucial steps lay the foundation for a sturdy and durable shower structure.
The masons have been hard at work, and they've just slapped on a fresh stucco scratch coat layer to the ADU's exterior wall.
Plasterers and Stucco Masons are applying a stucco brown coat layer using specialized tools.
The exterior wall of the home addition features a recently applied scratch coat. Additionally, it showcases the new vinyl sliding glass door, which has been protected with visqueen.
The mason expertly applies the brown stucco coat, ensuring a durable and weather-resistant finish for your home addition project.
The mason is applying the scratch coat of stucco, which is the first layer that ensures a strong bond for the stucco finish on the home addition. This is a critical step in creating a durable and beautiful exterior.
Hot Mopping is a process used to waterproof shower areas by applying hot asphalt to create a waterproof membrane. It's essential in preventing leaks that can lead to property damage, mold, and mildew growth
The application of fresh drywall mud on the walls, window frames, and doorways has created a smooth and uniform surface, enhancing the room's structural integrity and preparing it for finishing touches.
Checking the shower drain connection at the floor pan ensures a watertight seal, preventing leaks and water damage in your new shower. It's a vital step in the construction process to guarantee a durable and secure installation.
open wall construction in new residential projects, picture hot and cold copper lines weaving through wood studs. Alongside them, Romex electrical wires and junction boxes are strategically placed between the studs.
fiberglass insulation between roofing trusses include enhanced thermal efficiency and moisture control, contributing to a more comfortable and energy-efficient indoor environment.
This construction showcases open frame architecture with rolled fiberglass. Notably, hot and cold copper lines are insulated and linked to shut-off valves.
Our team applies beautiful clay tiles to prepared roofing structures, enhancing durability and adding a touch of elegance to residential projects.
Titanium® UDL50 is a high-quality air, water, and vapor barrier providing essential protection against moisture and air infiltration, safeguarding the building from potential damage and ensuring a well-insulated and durable roof structure.
A maze of PVC pipes runs through the open stud walls and ceilings, creating a complex but organized plumbing system that serves the various areas of the building with water supply and drainage.
The roof truss contains a network of electrical wires, fixtures and pipes, facilitating essential utilities and connections throughout the building.
Electrician is skillfully running Romex wire through the studs of an open wall. The electrician's expert hands carefully guide the wires, ensuring they are placed securely within the wall's structure.
Electrician’s process in routing romex wires
Electrician followed plans in connecting all the essential components for a well-functioning electrical system. here the intricate wiring work as they focused on the AC outlets, switches, and recessed lighting.
Tar paper serves as a waterproof shield, while wire mesh reinforces stucco or plaster finishes, enhancing their strength and crack resistance.
From the street, the home addition in rough carpentry mode presents a promising sight. The wooden framework, including Osb sheathing, takes shape, showcasing the structural strength and future insulation of the building.
Attaching Osb sheathing to the exterior wall of the home addition providing structural strength, insulation, and a uniform surface for exterior finishes.
carpenter working in post and beam construction utilizes vertical posts and horizontal beams to create a sturdy framework. They carefully select, cut, and join these elements.
wooden studs and beams coming together to form the framework of walls, floors, and ceilings.
carpenters work on the framing structure, constructing a solid framework using wooden beams, studs, and joists. They ensure precision, levelness, and integration in building a sturdy and reliable home.
Roof trusses support distributing the weight of the entire roof. they bring strength to the roof structure.
Roof trusses delivered to the construction site, serving as the essential framework that supports and provides strength to the roof in residential construction.
The concrete foundation for an ADU is a vital component that providing a solid base, stability, and structural integrity. It evenly distributes the weight of the building and protects against moisture, ensuring longevity and support for the entire structure.
backhoe work removing soil, creating space for the foundation walls to be constructed. the foundation walls set the stage for the building's stability and strength.
Groundwork site preparation consist of clearing, grading, and drainage. setting the stage for a stable foundation. This groundwork establishes, ensuring long-term stability and durability.
Compacting the foundation's ground pad developing a stable and solid base. By compressing the soil using specialized equipment, air pockets are eliminated, enhancing the load-bearing capacity. This process reduces the risk of settling or shifting, ensuring a strong and durable foundation for the entire structure.
Earth excavation work removing soil and other materials from the ground to prepare a construction site. here space is made for the foundation. the work provide site stability, and sets the stage for a successful construction project.