Private Residence, Excelsior – Renovation Project
Private Residence, Excelsior – Enamel, Construction, and Painting Project
Project IN PROGRESS
Greetings and welcome to the project blog for this residential enamel, construction, and painting project. We are thrilled to be taking you along for the project progress!
Monday, March 23rd: Good afternoon!
The crew wrapped up their painting and clean up over the weekend and there is a flooring crew at the home currently. As soon as we’re able to get back in, we’ll be sharing the famed ‘after’ photos!
Thanks for following along!
Friday, March 20th: Hello and TGIF!
It’s a beautiful and sunny day! The crew is completing their prep and painting of the remaining areas – in the back entry/mudroom areas. They’ll also begin their touch ups and clean up today and will continue into tomorrow with removing paper, plastic, tape, vacuuming, and gathering garbage.
Thursday, March 19th: Good afternoon!
After a brief pause, the crew is back onsite completing the remaining areas. We needed to get approval for a few add on areas; as with most home renovation projects the possibilities are endless and items can always be added onto the project. As was the case with the staircase to the upper level.
The crew is enameling the back staircase. They completed their prep and priming yesterday.
Monday, March 16th: Good morning!
A few items have been added onto the project list – gel staining on the stair handrail, select baseboard areas, and a few doors. Otherwise, the crew is continuing to complete areas needing touch ups, cleaning up, and wrapping up these remaining areas for painting. Lots of plastic and paper is coming down and we are loving what we are seeing!
Friday, March 13th: Good afternoon!
The crew is pressing on with their prep and painting of walls on the main level and upper level guest suite. Looking forward to seeing the project all come together and wrap up in the next several days.
Thursday, March 12th: Good morning!
Work continues as the crew is spraying ceilings, painting walls, and reassembling the doors and drawers for the cabinets. Slowly, but surely it is all coming back together. We are in the home stretch and we can’t wait to see it completed. Thanks!
Wednesday, March 11th: Greetings!
The crew is continuing to prep and paint the walls as well as reinstall the hinges, hardware, and then rehang the cabinet doors in the kitchen and built in areas.
Tuesday, March 10th: Good afternoon!
Now that the the spraying of enamel is complete and they’ve removed a lot of the paper and plastic, the crew has moved onto prepping and painting the main level ceilings and walls.
Monday, March 9th: Hello and happy Monday!
The crew had a busy weekend as they completed their 2nd round of sand/bondo to aid in filling the graining and knot holes. They also sprayed the 2nd coat of enamel.
Today they’ll begin to remove a lot of the plastic and paper and will also start to cover for painting the ceilings and walls.
Friday, March 6th: Hello and TGIF!
It’s Friday and the sun is shining! We had some fun in our office completing a #paintcanchallenge Watch to see who wins!
TGIF! We challenged the team to the #paintcanchallenge. One can, one hand and the time starts ticking! First up is Isaac, Jesse, and Ben followed by Nick and John and lastly the ladies of Roell Painting, Priscila, Danielle and Dana. Who will win?!We are accepting any and all challengers 👍🏻🔥💪🏻💯Posted by Roell Painting Company on Friday, March 6, 2020
While we’re here nursing our sore arms… the crew at this residence is high-fiving at their recent completion of the first enamel coat on the main level. Bravo!
Once it’s dry, they’ll then complete another round of sanding and bondo to continue to fill the knot holes in the cabinetry.
Thursday, March 5th: Good afternoon!
The crew has spent the day with their putty knives and tubes of bondo. Lots of prep work and muscle going into filling the knot holes and graining showing through after the primer. Once the knot holes are filled and sanded the crew will be spraying the first coat of enamel.
Wednesday, March 4th: Greetings!
More progress today! The crew is continuing to sand and fill the knot holes on the millwork, trim, doors, cabinetry, and frames. Later today they’ll start to spay the 1st coat of enamel.
We’ve also installed the new cabinet faces for the island that we have custom made. The demo team made the counter top one height and removed existing cabinet faces. Now the island is one height all the way around and the new faces, at an appropriate height have been installed.
Tuesday, March 3rd: Good afternoon!
The crew is continuing to bondo and sand the doors and drawers, cabinet boxes, trim, and doors. Once these areas are ready to do, they’ll begin spraying the first coat of enamel starting with the cabinet doors and drawers. The bondo/sanding process is used to fill in the graining and to help eliminate the visibility of the alder knot holes in the millwork.
Monday, March 2nd: One month closer to spring!
We hope you all had a great weekend and enjoyed the sunshine and warmer weather!
Nick was onsite this morning to walk you through a home tour and progress update. The crew has prepped the main level – carefully covering floors, taping off windows, window grids, etc and primed the millwork on the main level on Saturday. Today they’ll begin the process to fill in the knot holes in the alder. They’ll use a wood filler to hide imperfections and grains then sand it down smooth. We’re anticipating this process to take 1-2 days to comb their way over the trim, casings, shelving, and cabinets.
They’ve also leveled off the kitchen island to make it more aesthetically pleasing and we will be installing custom cabinets around the perimeter. Thanks!
Friday, February 28th: Hello and TGIF!
Happy Friday everyone! The crew is continuing on their prep work and covering as well as filling in the natural maple grains/holes in the cabinetry in the kitchen. We are in the grind!
Thursday, February 27th: Good afternoon!
The crew has made great progress on the main level with prepping and covering floors, windows, etc. The construction crew is also tearing up carpet, removing decorative pillars, and removing areas of the kitchen island. Take a look at Jesse onsite as he walks you through the main level to see just how much we are prepping and demo’ing. Thanks!
Tuesday, February 25th: Hello and welcome to the project blog for this residential project!
We’re going to see some serious transformations at this home – we’re talking Optimus Prime and Bumblebee quality changes!
We kicked off our project yesterday with some carpet removal and demo of the dining room pillars.
Today the crew is prepping on the main level and readying the areas for primer at the end of the week. The crew will be prepping, enameling & painting of select areas of the main level, the stairway, and upper guest suite. You can continue to follow the project progress here on the blog as we’ll post frequent updates.
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