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Examples of Recent Work
Our Customers Comments
“Francis did an extensive amount of work in our home, which included wood repairs and re-finishing, painting, light carpentry, and drywall repairs. He came up with creative solutions to address several aspects of our project. Francis was diligent, thorough, timely, friendly, communicated well, and had good follow up. We are pleased to recommend him.”
“Working with Francis was wonderful. He was timely, professional, and did a fantastic job. He took the time to listen to what I wanted and needed. We are thrilled with the final result. We will definitely be using him again.”
Rafter J Homeowner
“Francis was very professional and friendly to work with. He genuinely cares about the work he does and tries to finish in a timely fashion.”
(Subject of Email from Lance: Got Er Done)
“Darn Ice dam ruined a wall next to my front door. Francis responded to my e mail very promptly, came to the house and bid the job and amazingly, completed it on time and on budget. Francis was very professional and obviously takes pride in his work. I would not hesitate to engage Francis again for future work or recommend him to friends and clients. Thank you Francis. I wish all contractors were as professional as he was.
Home owner and Property Manager, Jackson
Private Residence: Wilson, Wyoming
The initial scope of work was to restore the look of all the base moulding in the entire house since it was recently purchased and new floors were installed requiring the removal and reinstallation of the existing floor moulding. Once the job was underway, it was decided to revitalize the entire houses wood moulding which included all windows, base floor moulding, doors and special treatment to front and back doors including replacing select pieces with newly finished wood to match the existing decor. Also, there were many blemishes from the age, settling, minor warpage, and use. Included in the concern were pet scratches that were on almost every door and door moulding.
Initial estimates included removing all the moulding and refinishing. Our recommendation was treatment with oils, stains wood filler and grain simulation. The entire house was revitalized in about two weeks.
Electrical Box Frame
The owner wanted to help the electrical panel in his hallway blend in more to the architecture, so we decided to create a frame that matches the existing architectural structures (windows and doors).
Laundry Room Door – Before
Door Molding – Before, During and After
Bathroom Door – Before
Goat/Chicken Shed: Jackson Hole Valley
This shed was in great need of refurbishment. First it was pressure washed and thoroughly scraped from top to bottom. Then a primer coat was applied and then the final coat of Cabot Stain. Strap hinge blocks all had to be custom made and installed as the present ones were cracked and falling apart. In the end, the chickens and the goat are happy for their new look.
Private Residence: JWG Apartment Building
Thank you! I’m impressed. It looks very good. – Property Management Agent
Repair made to a serious floor burn from an under cabinet heater. First the area is well cleaned. Then an initial coat of pigment is applied and then 23 more very light coats with a brush to simulate the existing grain. Finally a clear top coat is applied in two layers for the final blend.
Initial clear top coat to begin the blend
Private Residence: John Dodge
Francis was very professional! He patched up a hole in one of our walls and it honestly looks as good as new. We would definitely call him again for any painting or handyman work.
Teton Literacy Center: Interior Painting Contract – August 2018 – (repeat contract from 2014)
Grand Teton Property Management: Custom Kitchen Shelf Insert with Woodgraining on MDF
This was a custom built shelf for an above sink installation that does not hinder or in any way alter the present construction or aesthetic of the cabinets. It is a drop installation hanging from two pieces of thick wire. The side of the drop and the front molding was hand painted to simulate the woodgrain of the cabinets. NOTE: The shelf was temporarily dropped to show the part of the MDF that did not receive the graining treatment.
We also designed the front molding to with spacers for an over-the-sink flourescent bulb installation that plugs into a local electrical outlet. The spacers provide indirect light to shine above the molding and direct light onto the sink and counter area.