Framing Some New Classrooms

by Peter Bales | 15th May 2012

I spent the last couple of days helping Owen Valley Christian Fellowship in Spencer, Indiana frame some new classrooms.  They are doing a renovation of their building that sounds really amazing.  A local builder is handling the sanctuary renovations where they are replacing several walls with large beams to open up the worship center in each [...] Read More

From Shower to Tub

by Peter Bales | 30th September 2011

For this project, the homeowners were wanting to replace their large shower surround with an even larger bathtub.  With two young kids, there would be a lot more baths happening in this bathroom and they were ready to make it happen. The first step was to remove the fiberglass surround.  This bathroom was actually an [...] Read More

Level the Bathroom Floor Before you Tile

by Peter Bales | 6th June 2011

There are lots of things to consider before you tile a floor, such as whether the framing is adequate and the floor is flat and how it will transition to adjacent floor coverings.  This particular bathroom needed some help before I even started thinking about tile layout or grout colors.  It was sloped enough that you [...] Read More

Add a Wall to Make A Bedroom

by Peter Bales | 1st February 2011

Some recent clients of mine had just bought a new home in Inglewood AND had a baby.  It was time to get the house ready for kiddos!  They asked me to add a wall upstairs to close in a room to make it another bedroom for their growing family. Adding a new wall, even in [...] Read More

Goodbye Termite Damage, Hello New Girder

by Peter Bales | 12th December 2010

When termites get into your house they can do some major damage before you ever notice they are there.  I’m not an expert on the creatures,  but I know they live in the ground and they make little mud tubes up a foundation to get to the lumber that they like to eat.  The Ardee [...] Read More

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