A tired, mid 1990s ensuite bath and shower needed not only a full refresh and mold-correction, but a reconfiguration of the window, toilet, sink, electrical and heating duct for superior privacy, more storage and better operation and access. With a heated tile floor, the results were spectacular — on a project kept on schedule and under budget.
An old house in Westboro was suffering from a leaky and rotten bay window that was replaced with this dual, double hung unit that required and extension to the existing framing and a new small roof over the extension. LED exterior lights were also added in the soffit for nighttime effect.
A roughed-in bathroom that was never completed got the finishing touches with subfloor leveling, drywall, electrical and ceramic/marble tiles with heated floors, making a once unused space a tiny oasis. Craftsman trim and a glass door were added later.
A couple with an older house but surprisingly dry basement wanted it finished with a bedroom with closets, bathroom, laundry and furnace room. While the ceiling was low in parts due to duct work, SCL designed the best possible use of space, laid out a plan for the homeowners, then built and finished the basement to code — with ESA certified electrical. Spray-foamed walls ensure the entire space stays warm all winter and keeps any moisture out. Efficient LED lighting and heated floors in the bathroom add coveted finishing touches.