Serious issues like mold and leaks can make for an emergency situation, and can cost even more to fix if not addressed immediately. We recently worked on a home with mold behind the bathroom wall, a leak under the tub, and many other issues. Because the client’s wife was pregnant, time was of the essence to complete the bathroom remodel before the baby was due.
Our team gutted the bathroom to its studs and identified what caused the mold and leak. The leak came from an exterior wall, and we replaced a section of the exterior siding to prevent the leak. Additionally, we replaced some rotten studs and joists and installed new drywall, tub, fixtures, and finishes.
The project was completed on schedule, with several weeks before the baby came.
We have worked with pregnant clients before, so we know how anxious they are to have their homes safe and the projects completed before the baby arrives. We committed to getting this project complete before the baby, and accomplished our mission with weeks to spare. Here’s what the client had to say:
The work was completed ahead of schedule and completed correctly. The next day Elijah came over for a final inspection and instead of just asking if we were happy (as I expected), he did his own inspection. Elijah found a few minor issues we hadn’t discovered and his crew came back the next business day to finish them.