No appointments available this week – June 24-28 – due to a Jury Duty.
We’ll reply to service requests as they arrive, but we’ll be backlogged by a full week as a result of the summons.
Please feel free to send us your service requests and project descriptions, and we will let you know how quickly we can get you onto the schedule.
Hi, Folks! It’s been one of the snowiest winters in memory, and none of us have been up to the mountains yet this season, therefore the workshop is closed until April 22nd – so we can go make some tracks before it all melts!
I’m growing bored with the appearance of our current website — please let us know if you have suggestions for how to improve upon our presence online!
Great day of work down in Mission Bay this morning — hanging wall objects in pristine sheetrock on metal studs in the land of awkwardly mis-matched condo towers. We kid, but that really is a bizarre neighborhood.
We’re currently open for business and booking new customer appointments, but there’s a bit of a wait for a time slot — nothing severe, but if you’re in search of same- or next-day-help, unfortunately we can’t accommodate you.
So you’re planning a bathroom. One of the most important considerations you’ll face is what tile to use: on the floor, in the shower, maybe even on the walls. The tile you choose will have a huge effect on the look of your bathroom, and also on your budget. To help you out in your decision making, we’ve rounded up 50 (yes, 50) beautiful bathroom pictures to inspire your tile choices. Let’s take a look.
Bathrooms and Kitchens.
As far as we’re concerned, they’re the two most important rooms (or categories of rooms) in the house. When it comes to making the most out of your kitchens and bathrooms, there’s a lot we can do to help you love where you live.
Living in a tiny home can make you an organizational expert in no time. With hardly any square footage to move around in, you have to be smart with what space you do have, and you have to be clever with the kind of storage you use. Haley and Michael know these things, having lived in this stylish and tidy 160-square-foot tiny home for almost a year.
Collaborating on projects like these are some of our favorite jobs in San Francisco.
Please let us consult on a project like this in your apartment, or bring us in to execute on your own space saving creations.