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Potter Construction: West Seattle

West Seattle Reconfiguration

This charming home features a kitchen and bathroom remodel. Extensive work was done to expand the kitchen and bathroom by removing walls, bumping out the back of the home, and reconfiguring the hallway and closet to allow for a larger and better laid-out kitchen and bathroom for this growing family.

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Potter Construction: Issaquah

Timeless Issaquah Kitchen Remodel

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The original kitchen of this 13-year-old home was 50 shades of stained wood. While the layout was open, it was dark and dreary. The homeowner wanted a bright kitchen with enough light for Northwest winters. We created a timeless, formal kitchen by changing the layout while maintaining the home’s footprint.

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Pathway Design & Construction

Queen Anne Kitchen & Powder Room Remodel

Our homeowners wanted to add a bit of European style to their brand-new powder room and renovated kitchen, based on their love of travel and bike touring. They were especially excited to move the awkwardly-placed toilet out of the dining room. Visit us and see how it all came together!

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Nip Tuck Remodeling

Cottage Lake Expansion

This rambler needed a major update, so we added skylights and significantly enlarged the kitchen to be a true entertaining space. Relocated windows and a vaulted kitchen ceiling now match the rest of the living room. The loft stairs were relocated to the entry to complete the home’s open feel.

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Harjo Construction

1916 Craftsman Reconfiguration

This charming 1916 Craftsman was reconfigured to increase the footprint via a redesigned kitchen and new, open living room. To create an open concept the fireplace and chimney were removed from the living room and the stairs to the basement were rerouted around the kitchen. A partial pony wall between the staircase and dining further opened the space.

The kitchen was expanded from an L-shape to a U-shape giving the family twice the number of cabinets, with a pantry for extra storage, and built-in bench seating for eat-in kitchen dining. To gain additional interior space the original front porch and a side entry were enclosed to create a foyer with a closet, and a functional mud room with built-ins and cubbies. To tie the rooms together new hardware floors were installed throughout the main floor.

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Sockeye Homes

Come see this $50K is What You Pay™ fixed price, fixed timeframe kitchen package program remodel, presented by Sockeye Homes. On the move-in date, the homeowners were ecstatic, saying, “We never imagined it could be this easy, go so smoothly, and be finished so quickly. This is the best remodeling experience we have ever had!” In addition to its package offerings, Sockeye Homes offers a full custom construction side to its business for custom homes, additions, and remodels.    

$50K Is What You Pay Kitchen Remodel Includes  

  • Deconstruction and removal of all existing kitchen items
  • All labor and materials for new kitchen
  • Professional-grade appliances, including a 36” Wolf dual-fuel range
  • High-end cabinetry with soft-close doors and drawers and specialty storage features
  • Hardwood flooring
  • Solid surface countertops with undermount stainless sink
  • Full-height tile backsplash
  • Designer plumbing and lighting fixtures and under-cabinet lighting
  • All designs and labor provided by the most-awarded company in the state by the Building Industry Association of Washington
  • Fixed price and fixed timeframe guarantee

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Tod Sakai

Sockeye Homes is a remodeler/builder providing award-winning quality at a lower price. Tod Sakai, president of Sockeye Homes, founded the company and team on this very mission. Sockeye Homes is the most-awarded company by the Building Industry Association of Washington and the only company to offer a fixed price, fixed timeframe package program for both kitchen and bathroom remodeling.

With multiple styles and fixed price points to choose from, Sockeye Homes makes the remodeling process simple, fun, fast, and affordable. In addition to its package offerings, Sockeye Homes offers a full custom construction side to its business for custom homes, additions, and remodels. Visit us at sockeyehomes.com to see how our package or custom services can help make your dreams a reality while giving you the most bang for your buck.

Irons Brothers Construction: Capitol Hill

This darling 1905 Capitol Hill home has a lot of charm. To complete its look, the kitchen, dining room, and adjacent powder room have been modernized. A new kitchen design and expanded powder room increase the homeowner’s storage space and functionality. 

The kitchen shines with honey maple cabinetry and Cambria quartz countertops, along with a gas cooktop, built-in double oven, and mosaic tile backsplash, all set to the backdrop of under-cabinet lighting and marmoleum flooring. To integrate the original architecture into the kitchen and dining areas, arched doorways were built at either entrance and new wood windows installed. 

The adjacent powder room features cloud-white stained cabinetry, Cambria quartz countertops, and a glass tile backsplash, plus new plumbing fixtures, a ventilation fan, and marmoleum flooring. 
The home is now a complete package and an amazing space!

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Joseph Irons, CGR GMB CAPS CGP

Joseph is the president and general manager of Irons Brothers Construction, based in Shoreline, Washington. His hands-on experience and commitment to the homebuilding industry have helped him build his business into a multi-award-winning design/build remodeling company.

A three-time state and local Remodeler of the Year, Joseph currently serves as president of the Master Builders Association. He continues to be an instrumental part of Rampathon, a signature MBA event where members build, and gift, free wheelchair ramps to our neighbors in need.

The best part of going to work every day for Joseph? Making clients' remodeling dreams come true.

Gaspar's Construction

This 1926 home had seen a lot of different eras and remodels over the years. Our homeowners wanted to bring some of the original charm back to the kitchen and living spaces while also adding modern conveniences. The charm part is addressed with crown molding, beautiful tile, light fixtures, a farmhouse sink and Shaker-style cabinets. Modern conveniences include removing two walls to create a larger kitchen, as well as to create connection between the kitchen and the rest of the living space. A new range hood is flush with the ceiling so that it doesn’t block sight lines in the kitchen. Finally, we converted the wood-burning fireplace to a modern gas fireplace.  

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Sarah Henry

Your home is often the single largest investment in your life and an expression of who you are. It shapes the way you feel and how others perceive you. With 35 years of experience in custom home remodeling, Gaspar's can help you enhance your home’s beauty, comfort, and value with exceptional quality and service.

General Manager Sarah Henry provides the behind-the-scenes support that helps Gaspar’s provide the highest-quality work and set the highest standard in design construction. Sarah’s passion is to continue Gaspar’s excellent reputation in all she does from recruiting and maintaining top notch staff to accounting and to running Gaspar’s handyman division, “Care & Repair.”

Irons Brothers Construction Inc.: Lake Forest Park

This 1953 kitchen was transformed into an open concept and modernized to meet the growing needs of a young couple with a baby on the way. By removing the dividing wall, the small kitchen was transformed into an inviting, integrated space. 

Features include new cabinetry, appliances, quartz countertops, tile backsplash, new flooring, and updated lighting. A new pantry closet with a barn door and open corner shelving add to the modern styling.

Irons Brothers Construction Inc.: Seattle

This 1951 midcentury contemporary kitchen was updated by opening up the walls, relocating a doorway, and reducing south-facing window heights to regain territorial mountain views. The new design created an unobstructed and stylish open concept kitchen for cooking, entertaining, and family gatherings. Features include: new cabinetry integrating two different lines, appliances, quartz countertops, tile backsplash, flooring, and updated lighting.

Pathway Design & Construction

Like most kitchens built in 1968, this one was closed off, making it a prime candidate for remodeling. Focusing on a brighter, better ventilated kitchen, the dream of taking down the wall between the kitchen and adjacent rooms allowed the homeowners to add an island and cozy eating area, creating a more functional space. Dark wood flooring, new cabinets, countertops, a new range, and a modern sink with glass tile backsplash completed the transformation.

Chermak Construction Inc.

This project gave the homeowners what many are looking for in a home remodel; the master suite, kitchen, and guest and family baths have all been updated with fresh, new designs completely tailored to the family’s needs and lifestyle. As a bonus, a music room was added. Sea glass colors splash throughout the Craftsman-styled home. New appliances, hardwood flooring, windows, and skylights provide a “new home” experience without the move.

Irons Brothers Construction Inc.: Shoreline

This 1949 home was transformed to meet the changing needs of the homeowner, a retired war veteran.

Using universal design principles, the remodel includes a master bathroom, kitchen, living room with new fireplace, updated flooring, doors, trim, and a wider staircase and doorways. All floor transitions were removed. The walk-in shower includes a bench. Easier access and use was created in the updated kitchen.

By removing obstacles, greater ease and overall safety was achieved. Thanks to these changes, the owner now has greater independence in his home.

Powell Custom Homes & Renovations

This home featured a dark, narrow galley kitchen cut off from expansive windows and water views in the adjacent living areas. The goal was an updated and more open feel. By widening the kitchen and partially removing a wall to create a peninsula, the desired effect of opening the room up was achieved. Custom cherry Shaker cabinets with quartz countertops add a modern touch to the lines of this mid-century home. Cable lighting streamlines the room for a brighter, cleaner look.

McAdams Remodeling & Design

This well-located 70s rambler had a huge stone fireplace that dominated the space, dividing the kitchen, living, and family rooms. By removing the fireplace and vaulting the ceiling, an open, inviting, and spacious great room was born. The enlarged kitchen features new skylights, beautiful granite countertops, and cherry cabinets, along with a raised eating bar. A relocated gas fireplace and entertainment center now compliments the main seating area. Swedish-finished hardwood floors throughout complete the transformation.