To install a floating wall on interior wall in basement

By EMOH2016 / On / In To install a floating wall on interior wall in basement

To install a floating wall on interior wall in basement

Emoh-Home Designers Inc.

1477 Ivanhoe St.

Denver, Co. 80220

Job Scope:

To Install a floating wall frame along center wall in the basement.

To remove and replace drywall and trim as needed.

– Example of a floating wall with treated lumber –

DECONSTRUCTION

Demolition – Hauling

– To remove existing baseboard and trim as needed for access –

– To remove existing door and trim –

– To remove existing drywall approx. 12″ – 24″ from floor to allow access for framing as needed –

CARPENTRY

 – To cut existing framing as needed to install a “Floating Wall” system –

– To replace drywall as needed –

– To replace baseboard and trim as needed –

PAINTING

– To touch up paint with Behr or Benjamin Moore interior paint as needed (client supplies) 

Home Depot Behr Paint colors

Benjamin Moore Paint colors

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 *Total project cost breakdown:   $1250

– Payment schedule as follows –

– $450 to be paid at the start of the project for demo prep and framing materials needed – PAID

– $800 balance to be paid after completion – PAID

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All checks made payable to

Emoh-Home Designers Inc.

*24 month guarantee on all work performed

Our General Liability Policy information;

 

Laundry Room Remodel – Replacement

By EMOH2016 / On / In Laundry Room & Bathroom Replacement bid, Laundry Room Designs

Laundry Room Remodel – Replacement

Emoh-Home Designers Inc.

1477 Ivanhoe St.

Denver, Co. 80220

Presented to Kerstin Johnson – 08/22/2018

*See job timeline & price breakdown below

Littleton Laundry Room Remodel

at

544 W. Easter Ave.

Littleton, Co. 80120

– Existing Laundry Room –

Approximately

13′ – 8″ x 11′ – 2″

Job Scope:

 – Proposed Laundry Room layout –

 – Install new cabinets and counter top with Subway tile for backsplash –

 – Install Subway tile for backsplash on one wall –

 – Install new faucets & fixtures –

 – Install new wallboard, barn door with hardware and trim –

 – To remove shelves and fill in with drywall to finish –

 – To install custom shelves top and bottom with counter top –

 – To paint walls. ceiling and trim in the laundry room –

Laundry Room Breakdown:

DECONSTRUCTION

Demolition – Hauling

COMPLETED

MOLD MITIGATION (if needed after shower surround removed)

– To cure & remove all possible mold by mold mitigation –

  • To mitigate mold with a mold mitigation fogger. The Concrobium fogger is an ideal way to apply Concrobium Mold Control, a proven mold fighting solution that effectively eliminates, cleans and prevents mold and musty odors without any harmful chemicals. The fogger atomizes Concrobium Mold Control into a fine mist that quickly and evenly coats surfaces to eliminate existing mold and prevent mold growth.
  • We used Concrobium Mold Control, it is a patented solution that effectively eliminates and prevents mold and mildew without bleach or harmful chemicals. It can also be used to get rid of musty odors.
  • The product works as it dries by crushing mold spores at the roots and leaves behind an invisible antimicrobial shield that prevents future mold growth.
  • Use Concrobium Mold Control for mold and mildew clean-up and prevention, general interior maintenance, water damage restoration and during construction/renovation (paint prep and pre-treatment of building materials).
  • It works great on hard and fabric surfaces such as drywall, wood, composite wood, plastic, concrete, siding, shingles, metal, brick, stone, tile, grout, stucco, fabric (sports bags, clothing), furniture, upholstery, flooring, rubber (front load washing machine gasket) and more.
  • Eliminates, cleans and prevents mold and musty odors
  • Contains no bleach, ammonia or volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
  • Penetrates to the roots of mold and leaves an antimicrobial shield
  • EPA-registered
  • Works on drywall, concrete, wood, masonry, siding, shingles, stone, grout, plastic, tile and many more surfaces.
  • After mitigation was complete we covered the area with a protective paint surface prior to drywall.

CARPENTRY

 – To install new wall board as needed –

 – To install new shelving along wall above the washer and dryer –

 – To install new shelving along interior wall between end cabinet and fridge –

– To finish all drywall and texture to match existing as needed –

 – To install new baseboard and door trim as needed –

– To install a new cabinets, counter-top and shelving according to specs (client supplies)

Grey Shaker Cabinets – Specs


Stone Grey painted
Full overlay door
All wood construction
3/4″ maple door & frame
1/2″ plywood boxes
Solid maple dove-tail drawer box
Full extension side-mount ball bearing slides
Concealed 6 ways adjustable hinges
Soft close doors
Cam lock fastening system for quick & sturdy assembly

Local sources for tile and cabinetry

Stone International Cabinets

Home Depot vanities

ELECTRICAL

– To install new light over sink (client supplies) 

– To install 2-4 new wall sconces (client supplies) 

– To install new ceiling light and remove existing (client supplies) 

– To install new GFCI electrical outlets –

Home Depot Lights

BACKSPLASH WALL TILES

– To install approximately 30′ – 35′ of ceramic subway wall tiles (client supplies) 

Floor & Decor Subway tiles

PAINTING

– To paint with Behr or Benjamin Moore interior paint (client supplies) 

Home Depot Behr Paint colors

Benjamin Moore Paint colors

PLUMBING

– To install new farm house sink (client supplies) 

– To install new laundry tub and sink faucets (client supplies) 

– To install new drain and water supply lines as needed –

– To install new water shut off valves as needed –

 *Total project cost breakdown: $10,675

Expected Client Costs;

(Client pays material expenses and Emoh-Home Designers Inc. will supply raw materials & all labor needed)

Kitchen cabinets from Stone International – Grey Shaker style – Approx. price range from $3,500 – 4,350 as shown

Kitchen counter tops – Approx. price range from $1,100 – 2,350 as shown

Kitchen farmhouse sink and faucet – Approx. price range from $400 – 650

Laundry room tub and faucet – Approx. price range from $250 – 450

 To paint with Behr or Benjamin Moore interior bathroom paint – Approx. price range from $60 – 120

(List may not be complete)

– Payment schedule as follows –

– $2350 to be paid at the start of the project for prep materials and raw materials as needed, i.e. Prep materials, Raw materials etc. – PAID

– $1550 to be paid after rough plumbing and electrical complete – PAID

– $1450 to be paid after wallboard and finish coat complete – PAID

– $2450 to be paid after cabinets installation complete – PAID

– $850 to be paid after Subway wall tile installation complete – PAID

– $750 to be paid after final plumbing and electrical complete –

– $950 to be paid after painting and trim complete –

– $325 balance to be paid after completion –

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All checks made payable to

Emoh-Home Designers Inc.

*24 month guarantee on all work performed

Our General Liability Policy information;

 

Notes:

Paint colors and options

Home Depot Behr Paint colors

Benjamin Moore Paint colors

Local sources for tile and cabinetry

Stone International Cabinets

Home Depot vanities

Floor & Decor Subway tiles

Basement Bathroom Replacement

By EMOH2016 / On / In Basement Bathroom Replacement

Basement Bathroom Replacement

Emoh-Home Designers Inc.

1477 Ivanhoe St.

Denver, Co. 80220

Presented to Kerstin Johnson – 08/22/2018

*See job timeline & price breakdown below

Littleton Bathroom Remodel

at

544 W. Easter Ave.

Littleton, Co. 80120

– Existing bathroom –

Approximately

8′ -3″ x 5′

Job Scope:

 – Keep the same layout in the bathroom –

 – Remove existing shower surround and damaged wallboard behind it –

– To cure & remove all possible mold by mold mitigation (see below)

 – Install a 24″ vanity & top –

 – Install a 42″ x 36″ shower with bench –

 – Install Subway tile in shower with Mosaic shower pan flooring –

 – Install Subway tile on the wall which includes the vanity and toilet –

 – Install a Mosaic tile floor in bathroom and hallway to carpet –

 – Install floor leveler as needed –

 – Install new faucets & fixtures –

 – Install new wallboard, door with hardware and trim –

 – To paint walls. ceiling and trim in the bathroom –

Bathroom Breakdown:

– To remove existing damaged bathroom beadboard –

– To remove existing damaged bathroom vanity base –

– To remove existing damaged bathroom shower, shower pan and surround –

– To remove existing shut off valves and replace to code –

– To remove and install a new toilet, valve and lines as needed –

– To remove all the damaged drywall, framing, underlayment and shower pan –

– To cure & remove all possible mold by mold mitigation –

– To keep existing window and recaulk to protect from water and steam –

DECONSTRUCTION

Demolition – Hauling

– To remove existing shower pan, drain line and faucet –

– To remove existing shower surround –

– To remove all DAMAGED/MOLD/WET existing shower wall board behind shower surround –

– To remove existing shower door –

– To remove existing vanity, sink and fixtures –

– To remove and discard existing toilet – install new toilet with wax ring and toilet bolts –

– To remove existing beadboard wall paneling in bathroom –

MOLD MITIGATION

  • To mitigate mold with a mold mitigation fogger. The Concrobium fogger is an ideal way to apply Concrobium Mold Control, a proven mold fighting solution that effectively eliminates, cleans and prevents mold and musty odors without any harmful chemicals. The fogger atomizes Concrobium Mold Control into a fine mist that quickly and evenly coats surfaces to eliminate existing mold and prevent mold growth.
  • We used Concrobium Mold Control, it is a patented solution that effectively eliminates and prevents mold and mildew without bleach or harmful chemicals. It can also be used to get rid of musty odors.
  • The product works as it dries by crushing mold spores at the roots and leaves behind an invisible antimicrobial shield that prevents future mold growth.
  • Use Concrobium Mold Control for mold and mildew clean-up and prevention, general interior maintenance, water damage restoration and during construction/renovation (paint prep and pre-treatment of building materials).
  • It works great on hard and fabric surfaces such as drywall, wood, composite wood, plastic, concrete, siding, shingles, metal, brick, stone, tile, grout, stucco, fabric (sports bags, clothing), furniture, upholstery, flooring, rubber (front load washing machine gasket) and more.
  • Eliminates, cleans and prevents mold and musty odors
  • Contains no bleach, ammonia or volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
  • Penetrates to the roots of mold and leaves an antimicrobial shield
  • EPA-registered
  • Works on drywall, concrete, wood, masonry, siding, shingles, stone, grout, plastic, tile and many more surfaces.
  • After mitigation was complete we covered the area with a protective paint surface prior to drywall.

CARPENTRY

 – To install new Hardi-backer or schluter wall board in the shower –

– To install 1/4″ Hardi-backer board to floor as needed –

– To install a new 24 ” bathroom vanity cabinet (client supplies)

Local sources for tile and cabinetry

Stone International Cabinets

Home Depot vanities

ELECTRICAL

– To install new light over sink (client supplies) 

– To install new heated ceiling fan (client supplies) 

– To install new GFCI electrical outlet –

– To install two new light switches for ceiling fan and vanity light –

Home Depot Lights

FLOOR & WALL TILES

– To install underlayment and floor leveler as needed –

– To install approximately 150′ of ceramic wall & shower tiles (client supplies) 

– To install approximately 120′ of ceramic tile flooring in bathroom and the hallway (client supplies) 

Floor & Decor Subway tiles

PAINTING

– To paint with Behr or Benjamin Moore interior bathroom paint (client supplies) 

Home Depot Behr Paint colors

Benjamin Moore Paint colors

PLUMBING

– To install approximately  42 in. x 36 in.  Center Drain Single Threshold Tileable Shower Base –

– To install new 36″ shower door (client supplies) 

– To install new shower and sink faucets (client supplies) 

– To install new drain lines and shut off valves as needed –

– To install new American Standard (client supplies)
Champion 4 Max Tall Height 2-Piece High-Efficiency 1.28 GPF Single Flush Elongated Toilet in White with Slow Close Seat –

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 *Total project cost breakdown:   $4500

Expected Client Costs;

(Client pays material expenses and Emoh-Home Designers Inc. will supply raw materials & all labor needed)

To install approximately 150′ of ceramic wall & shower tile – price range from $350 – 480

Floor & Decor link for 3″ x 6″ Beveled Subway tile

Bright White Ice Beveled Ceramic Wall Tile

Size: 3 x 6

SKU: 100132455

$0.29 /piece $23.20 box 

80 pcs/box

16 boxes

will cover 153 sq. ft.

$371.20 estimated total

or

a larger tile 4″ x 10″ tile

Floor & Decor link for 4″ x 10″ Beveled Subway tile

Bright White Ice Ceramic Wall Tile

Size: 4 x 10

SKU: 100112689

$0.85 /piece $32.30 box 

38 pcs/box

14 boxes

will cover 157 sq. ft.

$452.20 estimated total

 To install approximately 120′ of ceramic tile flooring in bathroom and the hallway – price range from $360 – 700

Floor & Decor link for 12″ x 12″ Uptown Antracite Hexagon Porcelain Mosaic

$6.99 /piece
$699.00 estimated total

 One shower door – approx. $150-350

 One shower and sink faucet – approx. $150-300

 One 24″ Vanity & Top (reuse existing NOT an option) – price range from $150 – 500

 To paint with Behr or Benjamin Moore interior bathroom paint – price range from $40 – 100

– Payment schedule as follows –

– $350 to be paid at the start of the project for demo prep and materials needed, i.e. Prep materials, Tile underlayment and floor leveler – PAID

– $800 to be paid after demolition and mold mitigation complete and trash hauled away – PAID

– $450 to be paid after mold mitigation complete and sealed with primer according to manufacturer’s specs. – PAID

– $650 to be paid after backer board, rough plumbing and rough electrical installation – PAID

– $2000 to be paid after floor installed and wall tiles installed and grouted – PAID

– $250 balance to be paid after completion –

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All checks made payable to

Emoh-Home Designers Inc.

*24 month guarantee on all work performed

Our General Liability Policy information;

 

Notes:

Paint colors and options

Home Depot Behr Paint colors

Benjamin Moore Paint colors

Local sources for tile and cabinetry

Stone International Cabinets

Home Depot vanities

Floor & Decor Subway tiles

Laundry Room Designs

By EMOH2016 / On / In Laundry Room Designs

Laundry Room Design

– Floor plan top view –

– Not shown is a wood shelf on washer & dryer wall –

– Farmhouse sink will be used, not pictured –

– We will remove standard door and install a barn door style –

– To install two wall sconces and overhead ceiling light as well –

– To included all electrical outlets to code as required for wet locations –

Highland Neighborhood Renovation Project

By EMOH2016 / On / In Highland Neighborhood Renovation

Emoh-Home Designers Inc.

1477 Ivanhoe St.

Denver, Co. 80220

720-232-6096

Emohhomedesigners@icloud.com

Highland Neighborhood Renovation Project

2519 W 32nd Ave,
Denver, CO 80211
3 beds 2 baths 1,974 sqft

– To refinish existing wood floors throughout home and stain to client specs. –

– To refinish existing wood floors throughout home and stain to match existing master bedroom –

– To remove existing vanity, toilet and tub in existing bathroom and remove to studs and sub-floor as needed –

– To remove existing floor and wall tiles in existing bathroom and remove to studs and sub-floor as needed –

– To cure & remove all possible mold by mold mitigation –

– To remove existing kitchen wall cabinets –

– To remove existing kitchen wall to create an “open frame” & haul away all debris properly –

– To add a bathroom in the basement and finish to client specs. – (phase two)

– To add/frame out a bedroom, bathroom and family in the basement and finish to client specs. – (phase two)

– To install one Egress window in basement bedroom – (phase two)

– To add a mud room with counter space in the basement and finish to client specs. – (phase two)

– To remove damaged trees in backyard – (phase three)

– To remove damaged/destroyed Arbor in backyard and haul away – (phase three)

– To remove two windows to install a Sliding Patio Door or French door –

– To install a new 60 in. x 80 in. Sliding Patio Door or French door (client supplies) –

Several options;

Home Depot Patio Doors

– MP Doors $1049
60 in. x 80 in. Smooth White Right-Hand Composite DP50 Sliding Patio Door with Built in Blinds –

– Stanley Doors $560
59 in. x 80 in. Glacier White Vinyl Left-Hand Low-E Sliding Patio Door with Screen –

 

– To install a new deck approximately 10′ x 10′ in the back off kitchen with a TREX COMPOSITE DECKING (client supplies) –

–  Trex

Enhance 1 in. x 6 in. x 12 ft. Beach Dune Grooved Edge Capped Composite Decking Board

About TREX

Enhance composite decking offers all of the charm and none of the trouble of real wood. Thanks to high-performance technology, Enhance decking retains its beauty for years with only minimal upkeep. And when it comes to deck design, our Decking & Railing Duos can give you an idea of what’s possible. Plus, you can feel good about your purchase, since Trex is made from 95% recycled materials.

California residents: see   Proposition 65 information 

  • Composite material that won’t warp, rot, split or splinter
  • High-performance protective shell resists fading, staining, scratching and mold
  • Cleans easily with soap and water
  • Features high-definition grain pattern and a wide range of colors
  • Use grooved-edge boards and Trex Hidden Fasteners for a screw-free surface or square-edge boards for traditional decking applications, edging and stairs
  • Backed by the Trex 25-Year Limited Residential Warranty and the Trex 25-Year Limited Residential Fade & Stain Warranty

– To install one Amerimax Home Products
48 in. x 36 in. x 42 in. Galvanized Egress Window Well – client provides –

– To install Amerimax Home Products
Egress Area Wall Escape Ladder – client provides –

 

 

 

 

– New master bathroom design concepts –

– New hallway bathroom design concept –

– Job scope –

– To add/relocate existing second floor bathroom to accommodate for additional bathroom with separate entrance – (phase one)

– To refinish existing wood floors throughout home and stain to match existing master bedroom – (phase one)

– To paint the home walls and trim with Behr interior paint to client specs. – (phase one)

– To remove existing kitchen wall to create an “open frame” & haul away all debris properly – (phase one)

– To install a new 60 in. x 80 in. Sliding Patio Door or French door – (phase one)

– To add a bathroom in the basement and finish to client specs. – (phase two)

– To install one 48 in. x 36 in. x 42 in. Galvanized Egress Window Well – (phase two)

– To add/frame out a bathroom and bedroom/family room in the basement and finish to client specs. – (phase two)

– To install a new deck approximately 10′ x 10′ off kitchen with a TREX COMPOSITE DECKING – (phase three)

– To remove existing damaged trees in backyard & haul away all debris properly – (phase three)

– To install a new concrete pad approximately 20′ x 20′ – (phase three)

– To install a new covered carport approximately 18′ x 20′ – (phase three)

– To install a new electric sliding gate opening to the alley – (phase three)

– Job breakdown –

DECONSTRUCTION: Phase One

(proper procedure and disposal for all lead based paint and asbestos removal as required will be adhered)

Demolition – Hauling – Disposal

– To remove all tile and fixtures as needed in existing second floor bathroom and haul away all debris properly –

– To remove existing master bath wall to create additional second floor bathroom & haul away all debris properly –

– To remove existing kitchen wall to create an “open frame” look to specs. & haul away all debris properly –

– To remove existing kitchen wall cabinets above stove and repurpose for basement mudroom –

– To remove any damaged existing sub-flooring (as needed) in bathroom and haul away all debris properly –

– To remove and reuse existing toilet if possible as needed – install new wax rings and toilet bolts –

– To remove existing baseboard and door trim and reuse as needed if possible –

– To cure & remove all possible mold by mold mitigation –

Mold Mitigation (if needed)

  • To mitigate mold with a mold mitigation fogger. The Concrobium fogger is an ideal way to apply Concrobium Mold Control, a proven mold fighting solution that effectively eliminates, cleans and prevents mold and musty odors without any harmful chemicals. The fogger atomizes Concrobium Mold Control into a fine mist that quickly and evenly coats surfaces to eliminate existing mold and prevent mold growth.
  • We used Concrobium Mold Control, it is a patented solution that effectively eliminates and prevents mold and mildew without bleach or harmful chemicals. It can also be used to get rid of musty odors.
  • The product works as it dries by crushing mold spores at the roots and leaves behind an invisible antimicrobial shield that prevents future mold growth.
  • Use Concrobium Mold Control for mold and mildew clean-up and prevention, general interior maintenance, water damage restoration and during construction/renovation (paint prep and pre-treatment of building materials).
  • It works great on hard and fabric surfaces such as drywall, wood, composite wood, plastic, concrete, siding, shingles, metal, brick, stone, tile, grout, stucco, fabric (sports bags, clothing), furniture, upholstery, flooring, rubber (front load washing machine gasket) and more.
  • Eliminates, cleans and prevents mold and musty odors
  • Contains no bleach, ammonia or volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
  • Penetrates to the roots of mold and leaves an antimicrobial shield
  • EPA-registered
  • Works on drywall, concrete, wood, masonry, siding, shingles, stone, grout, plastic, tile and many more surfaces.
  • After mitigation was complete we covered the area with a protective paint surface prior to drywall.

CARPENTRY:

– To relocate existing bathroom door per specs –

– To remove/relocate and add walls to create additional bathroom per specs –

– To add a new closet in M.B and frame, drywall/plaster to finish –

– To install new doors for closet – (client supplies)

 – To install new 1/2″ Hardi-backer wall board in the showers –

– To install 1/4″ Hardi-backer board for floor tile as needed –

– To install two a 24″ & 48″ bathroom vanities and countertops (client supplies) –

Local sources for tile and cabinetry

Stone International Cabinets

Home Depot vanities

– To install one Amerimax Home Products
48 in. x 36 in. x 42 in. Galvanized Egress Window Well (client supplies) –

– To install Amerimax Home Products
Egress Area Wall Escape Ladder (client supplies) –

– To repurpose existing bathroom fixtures as possible for basement bathroom –

– To repurpose existing kitchen window being removed for patio door and replace existing back door –

ELECTRICAL: by licensed Electrician 

– To install new gfci outlets  –

– To install new vanity lights and can lighting to specs. – (client provides)

– To install two new ceiling fans in each bathroom – (client provides)

Home Depot Lights

(not including any potential plumbing or electrical upgrades needed by city)

FLOOR & WALL TILES:

– To install new James Hardie
HardieBacker 3 ft. x 5 ft. x 1/4 in. Cement Backerboard over existing sub-flooring – and floor leveler as needed –

– To install Hardi-backer board to existing sub-flooring with Backer-On
#10 x 1-1/4 in. Zinc-Plated Steel Flat-Head Square Cement Board Screws  –

– To install underlayment backer board with Premium Custom Building Products
ProLite 30 lb. Gray Tile and Stone Mortar –

– To install Custom floor leveler as needed –

– To install approximately 100′ of wall tiles around tub/shower – (client provides)

– To install approximately 70′ floor tile in master bathroom – (client provides)

– To install approximately 25′ of floor tile in new hall bathroom – (client provides)

PAINTING:

BEHR by Home Depot

Done right and on time…

Our team of Trusted professionals get it right the first time…

– To paint with Behr or Benjamin Moore interior bathroom paint to specs.(client supplies) –

Home Depot Behr Paint colors

Benjamin Moore Paint colors

PLUMBING: To code by licensed Plumber

(not including any issues with drain line from basement to city line)

– To relocate existing sink, shower and toilet drain lines according to specs –

– To relocate and install new sink, shower and toilet water supply lines according to specs –

– To install a new vanity and shower sink faucets as needed – (client provides)

– To install a new drains and vents as needed –

– To install new 1/4′ turn shut-off valves –

– To install new vanities and countertops – (client provides)

– To install new 60″ tub/shower door – (client provides)

– To install new Home Depot American Standard (client provides)
Champion 4 Max Tall Height 2-Piece High-Efficiency 1.28 GPF Single Flush Elongated Toilet in White with Slow Close Seat –

– To install new American Standard
EverClean 60 in. x 32 in. Reversible Drain Whirlpool Tub in White for M.B. (client supplies) –

– To install new American Standard
5 ft. Left Drain Soaking Bathtub in White for hallway bathroom (client supplies) –

 

Local Sources

Paint colors and options

Home Depot Behr Paint colors

Benjamin Moore Paint colors

Local sources for tile and cabinetry

Stone International Cabinets

Home Depot vanities

Home Depot Tile selections

Floor & Decor Subway tiles

– Subway tile & Mosaic tile examples from our portfolio –

 Total project cost breakdown: Includes all design services!

Option A.  xxxxxx with kitchen wall frame out and trim to finish

Option B.  xxxxxxx without kitchen frame out

Expected Client Costs;

(Client pays finish material expenses and Emoh-Home Designers Inc. will supply all labor and raw materials)

 two bath/shower doors – approx. $250-550

 One 48″ double bowl vanity & top for master bath price range from $450-850

 One 24″ single bowl vanity & top for hall bathroom price range from $250-550

– Approximately 100′ of wall tiles around tub/shower – price range from $350-950

– Approximately 70′ floor tile in master bathroom – price range from $350-750

– Approximately 25′ of floor tile in new hall bathroom – price range from $100-250

– Approximately 90′ of wall tile in new hall bathroom – price range from $150-360

– New vanity and shower sink faucets as needed – price range from $350-600

– Two American Standard Champion 4 Max Tall Height 2-Piece High-Efficiency 1.28 GPF Single Flush Elongated Toilets in White with Slow Close Seats – ($178.00 each x two = $356 + tax/delv.)

– One American Standard
EverClean 60 in. x 32 in. Reversible Drain Whirlpool Tub in White
 for M.B. – ($695 each + tax/delv.)

– One American Standard
American Standard Deep Soak Drain for M.B. – ($74 each + tax/delv.)

Optional, One American Standard
8 in. x 5 in. Safe-T Heater
 for M.B. – ($172 each + tax/delv.)

– One American Standard
5 ft. Left Drain Soaking Bathtub in White for hallway bathroom – ($291 each + tax/delv.)

– One American Standard
Heritage 1.24 in. Grid Drain in Brushed Nickel
 for hallway bathroom – ($24 each + tax/delv.)

–  One Stanley Door
59 in. x 80 in. Glacier White Vinyl Left-Hand Low-E Sliding Patio Door with Screen – ($560 each + tax/delv.)

or

– One MP Door
60 in. x 80 in. Smooth White Right-Hand Composite DP50 Sliding Patio Door with Built in Blinds – ($1049 each + tax/delv.)

– 100′ of deck & framing, approximately 10′ x 10′ off kitchen with a TREX COMPOSITE DECKING – (approx.  $1250 + tax/delv.)

– To install a new covered carport approximately 18′ x 20′ – (approx.  $1650 + tax/delv.)

– Total projected client costs range from $7250 – $9,850 –

(not including any potential plumbing or electrical upgrades needed by city) 

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– Payment schedule as follows –

Phase 1 second floor bathroom, closet, floors and painting

– $ to be paid upon agreement of the project to secure proper trades required  –

– $tbd to be paid after second floor bathroom demolition and haul away –

– $tbd to be paid after kitchen wall demolition and haul away –

– $tbd to be paid after rough plumbing & electrical installation –

– $tbd to be paid after kitchen frame out is complete –

– $tbd to be paid after second floor wood floor completion –

– $tbd to be paid for second floor bathrooms tile and fixtures –

– $tbd to be paid after second floor bathrooms tile and fixtures installed –

– $tbd to be paid after second floor paint completion –

– $balance to be paid after completion –

Phase 2 – Basement – Mudroom

– $tbd to be paid after basement egress window installation –

– $tbd to be paid after basement rough framing installation –

– $tbd to be paid after basement rough plumbing & electrical installation –

– $tbd to be paid after basement drywall installation –

– $tbd to be paid after basement bedroom completion –

– $tbd to be paid for basement bathroom tile and fixtures – (client provides)

– $tbd to be paid after basement bathroom tile and fixtures installed –

– $tbd to be paid after basement paint completion –

– $balance to be paid after basement completion –

Phase 3 – Exterior

– $tbd to be paid after damaged tree(s) removal –

– $tbd to be paid for concrete pour and completion of pad –

– $tbd to be paid after existing Arbor removal –

– $tbd to be paid for automatic gate and fence materials –

– $tbd to be paid after gate and fence installation complete –

– $tbd to be paid for deck and new back door materials

– $tbd to be paid after new deck and or railing installation is completed –

– $tbd to be paid after new back door installed –

– $tbd to be paid after completion –

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2018 HIGHLANDS NEIGHBORHOOD COST VS VALUE RENOVATION REPORT

  • Zillow current estimate = 806,000 = $408 per ft.
  • Redfin current estimate = 794,047 = $402 per ft.
  • Trulia current estimate = 784,019 = $397 per ft.

  • 2519 W 32nd Ave,
    Denver, CO 80211
    3 beds 2 baths 1,974 sq ft = $408 per ft.

  • 2511 W 32nd Ave,
    Denver, CO 80211
    7 beds 2 baths 1,245 sq ft – estimate $1,165,323 =$936 per ft.

  • 2719 W 32nd Ave,
    Denver, CO 80211
    3 beds 3 baths 2,759 sqft – estimate $775,000 =$281 per ft. (currently listed)

  • 2653 W 32nd Ave,
    Denver, CO 80211
    5 beds 6 baths 3,679 sqft – Last sold: Jul 2017 for $1,100,000
    Last sale price/sqft: $299 – current value estimate is $1,386,552 or price/sqft: $376 – this reflects a roughly 26% increase in 12 months.

  • 2611 W 32nd Ave,
    Denver, CO 80211
    3 beds 3 baths 2,800 sqft –  Last sold: Sold on 09/08/15 for $1,000,000
    Last sale price/sqft: $357 – current value estimate is $1,468,762 or price/sqft: $524 – this reflects a roughly 46% increase in 36 months.

  • 2623 W 32nd Ave,
    Denver, CO 80211
    4 beds 2 baths 3,338 sqft – Last sold: Sold on 12/13/17 for $812,500
    Last sale price/sqft: $243 – current value estimate is $842,390 or price/sqft: $252 – this reflects a roughly 3.8% (or almost 8% yearly) increase in 7 months.

Notes:

  • Currently, Denver has an overall growth of 4.2% – 4.8% annually according to current numbers available, meaning if you purchase the home for 800,000 you can expect an increase in value of approximately 32,500-40,000 over the next 12 months.

 

  • The great news is that the current trend in the Highlands neighborhood (specifically within a couple blocks either way of 2519) the values have seen an increase from a MINIMUM of 8% to over 30%+ in some very recent situations.