I recently finished the renovation of another rental unit here in SF. It was a fairly complete remodel. A sub panel was installed, old circuitry was removed and new 12ga romex circuits were run through out. The gas line was brought up to code with a rearranged shut off and repositioned terminal to accommodate modern ranges. All gas lines in the ceiling, originally used to supply gas lamps, were removed and capped. A partition was built to create a bar top bridging the kitchen and the living room. The failed and corroded toilet sweep was replaced. Tile was installed throughout the kitchen and bath. A new window was installed in the kitchen. Hardwood cabinets, a bath vanity, granite countertops, and granite tile backsplash were all designed and installed either by myself or with my direct oversight. Finally the dining room floor was refinished and I contracted out the carpets.
It was a lot of work, there were some dramatic delays, and also a change of staff. I’m glad it’s all done and I think it came out nicely.
Here is a link to the video walkthrough hosted on vimeo.
Sharing video 1029A 9-15-14.mp4