A wall was removed between a tiny dated kitchen and an oversized dining room to make this new kitchen and powder room possible. The front porch was rebuilt in a similar style to the original. New concrete steps were installed and rotted wood components were replaced with low maintenance trim materials. While the deck was open the team closed up infiltration areas that were allowing water into the basement.
“I first hired J.S. Brown in 2019 to remodel the kitchen and add a half bath to my 1913 Clintonville home. They kept me involved every step of the way and provided their expertise in selecting design options. My new kitchen is unbelievable and it is so great to have a bathroom on the first floor! Based on this experience, I hired them again to replace my old, wooden front porch. Again, they went above and beyond, also figuring out and fixing what was causing the leak in my basement. As we speak, I am squirreling away $$ so I can hire J.S. Brown to remodel my upstairs!” – Rachel Shininger