Peter, a local Methodist Minister, had a wonderful home office that lacked one crucial element: a view to the outside world. The room had ample ambient lighting but was without any source of natural light. The home’s exterior was brick which complicated the situation.
One call to Quinta Contractors, LLC set Peter on course to obtaining his desire for a functioning office window. We determined that we could repurpose the existing brick to be removed from the wall during the demolition phase and that the brick on hand could indeed be cut and re-toothed into the new opening. We supplied a new vinyl replacement window which matched his other existing windows including the grid pattern for the muttons.
We were able to match the existing interior trim and repainted the trim and wall inside to complete the project. The exterior finish left the home looking as if the window had been there from day one. Peter was overjoyed to enjoy the new view from his home office.
Linda had a formed a list of projects which needed to be done around her home. Ten wall mounted coach lights to be replaced, the front porch balusters, posts, and railings were rotten and in disrepair, and she wanted a custom awning to prevent guests from getting wet on rainy days. One call to Quinta and she was on the way to checking off everything on her list.
The exterior lights had become corroded internally and the light bulbs could no longer be safely changed by the homeowner; the finish had also noticeably faded. Once installed, new light fixtures enhanced the curb-appeal of the home. The new custom awning provides the desired shelter for guests as they entered the home’s main door. While the new white vinyl posts, railings, and balustrades will provide years of maintenance free splendor to the front entrance.