Basement with a porpose.

A Castle Rock basement that was a rescue project. We took a few steps back to start moving forward on this one. We remove the wood floors, refinished the drywall, repainted and re-installed the wood floors to really start seeing progress. This basement is an oasis for our clients massage and physical therapy patients. The 200sf addition under the deck added space to the home without effecting the available space in the yard. It features a beautiful entry and screened off, well ventilated hot tub. This new space opens into a work out/physical conditioning area, with access to the laundry room, full bath with walking frameless shower, and massage/wet/dry sauna room. Beyond the work out area is a wet bar with sandstone counters and a custom fossil backsplash. This area also features a 5.1 Dolby Surround Entertainment area where we turned a post into a functional end table with reading lights and built USB chargers.  To finish this basement off we install custom stained wood stairs. Metz Canyon Construction and The Countertop Gallery were the two major contributors in bringing this one together.


A former Parade of Homes winner gets a facelift.

This home won Parade of Homes back in the mid 90′. It was a spectacular home when we started, so we did some cosmetic changes to maintain the original custom features and martials. We replaced, the wood balusters with iron, refinished and darkened the exiting railing. This massive railing system wraps 3 floors of this home with bridges, balconies, round staircases and overlooks. Additionally Metz Canyon Construction painted the interior of this 5000sf + home. Using a trade secret to distress all of the oak in the home. The look is rustic and very Colorado, compared to the golden look desired at the time the home was built.

High end kitchen with a lower then expected price tag.

This Castle Rock kitchen is beautiful. With an original estimate at over $70,000 to gut and install new everything. Instead we saved the outer wall cabinets, installed new glass inserts, soft-closers and repositioned the stove cabinet and a few uppers. We did go with new cabinets in the island and new counters though-out. The Cambria – Britannica island stone really set this kitchen off and added to the stainless appliances. We used high-end finishes and products, refinished the cherry flooring and installed a sliding barn door over the basement/dining entries with new backsplash through-out for a final bill of less then $30k. Special thanks to Metz Canyon Construction and Horseshoe Construction for amazing team work on this one. 




1940’s in Craftman – Englewood

This house was a rescue for us. The investors were left a mess by a contractor that didn’t finish. We brought the house from rough in to lights on. Turned out amazing. Thanks to Nic and Katerina at Excel Properties, Jeremy and Kristen at Metz Canyon Construction and the many others that help pull this off!