J & M Remodel Earned This Customer’s Repeat Business Based on Trust and Experience
J & M Remodel worked with the owners of their Newcastle home on two home remodel projects previously. Recently, our customers contacted J & M Remodel when they were ready to tackle their kitchen remodel. An additional requirement: work carefully to provide kitchen access during the project for our clients and their six month old baby.
The clients’ kitchen already had great quality cabinets, but the finish on the cabinets was dated. J & M Remodel contracted with our preferred painting subcontractor to bring the existing cabinets up to date and completed the look by installing new cabinet hardware throughout. Our clients selected two quartz countertops, deciding on a lighter Carrera look for the island and a dark quartz for the surround. J & M Remodel installed under cabinet lighting as well as all new appliances and fixtures. A bright white subway tile backsplash was installed that covers the area up to the ceiling around the sink. New paint and the installation of five-panel doors completed the renovation.
Our Customers Say it Best
We’ve reposted our clients’ review about their experience with their kitchen remodel and satisfaction with the results from our Reviews page below:
“Our kitchen remodel was our third project with J&M. With a 6-month old in the house, it was important to have access to parts of the kitchen throughout the project and for the project to finish on time. Having worked with Justin and Russ in the past, we knew they would deliver. We’ve definitely found a partner with J&M, and we will continue using them for future projects.”
J & M Remodel worked with our clients’ Seattle-based architectural firm Atelier Drome to bring our clients’ vision for their Mercer Island home to life. The large, mid-century home, built in 1957, was a former investment property that had not been updated since then, and needed a great deal of work. J & M Remodel met with the architects and clients to fine tune the design and budget for a several months before settling on the final design implementation.
The home’s original compartmentalized layout was typical of 1950s-era construction. J & M Remodel assigned Matt Gallwey as project manager for this extensive home remodel. Matt and his team began by opening the home’s layout. In fact, the J & M Remodel team almost gutted the three-thousand square foot home. Extensive work on the exterior began as well. All the home’s mechanical systems were updated or replaced, including installation of a Ductless Mini Split system throughout.
A few design elements that were updated include painting the paneling on the ceiling of the great room and adding a beam with conduit to accommodate a large fan and can lighting.
The remodeled kitchen is aesthetically clean, with minimalistic finishes, after existing walls were removed to incorporate the entire living area into one great room.
The new master suite layout includes a large closet, and the en suite bath features a walk-in shower and a separate water closet.
Reconfiguring the basement of the home created a more open flow and includes an interior area for a quaint in-home office.
Along with remodeling the kitchen, three bathrooms, and reconfiguring the basement, the J & M Remodel team updated the interior of the home, including new flooring, paint, and millwork throughout. The J & M Remodel team replaced all interior doors, stairs, and banisters as well.
The extensive exterior work on the home includes new siding and paint, new windows, new roof and gutters, concrete work, and a new garage and front doors.
This mid-century home was completely transformed into a beautiful, functional home for our clients. The customizations and value-add that resulted from this complete home remodel confirms that our clients’ decision to renovate the home was the best choice to fit their lifestyle.
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J & M Remodel recently completed a kitchen renovation in the Belvidere neighborhood of West Seattle. Our customer decided that it was time to update the kitchen into a beautiful place their family would enjoy spending time in, complimented by a stunning Puget Sound view from the kitchen window.
The footprint of the kitchen remained the same. Justin suggested that J & M Remodel could extend the peninsula that separated the kitchen work area and the kitchen table. The extended peninsula provides additional cabinetry and counterspace. We also installed a dry bar using custom cabinetry that matches those J & M Remodel installed in the kitchen that ties the whole room together.
As you view the photos of the kitchen remodel project, you’ll take note of the soft gray custom cabinets with brass hardware that are a key feature of the project. The cabinets are top quality, and include built-in organizers, a wine cabinet, and a glass display cabinet in the dry bar area. The under cabinet lighting that J & M Remodel installed beautifully illuminates the white quartz countertop. The use of white subway tiles throughout the entire kitchen tastefully blends with the striking light fixtures and hardware. Power outlets were installed vertically to flow with the tile layout.
The large dark gray floor tiles, with contrasting white grout, flow seamlessly into the adjacent hall which features another brass accented light fixture. The new kitchen appliances include matching wine and beverage refrigeration.
The completed kitchen remodel project is both functional and classically stylish, resulting in a cohesive update that will stand the test of time (and trends) that our delighted clients will enjoy for years to come.
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This project is a showcase of design, project management, and workmanship brought together by J & M Remodel to meet the client’s goals and schedule, despite problems with the availability of the materials for the project. This Newcastle master bathroom incorporates materials and features that are both top of the line and state of the art, including
- Schluter Ditra-Heat floor warming system
- Wedi Shower system
- Carrera Tile
- Free standing soaking tub with wand
- Frameless glass shower surround
- Sconce Lighting
- Bullnose tile window encasement
- Flush inset medicine cabinet
- Kohler showroom design
Our client described their experience with the J & M Remodel team in their review on the reviews page of our site thusly:
“We redid our master bathroom – tore it down to the studs, knocked down a wall, full tile, glass shower – the works.
Top three things we looked for in a contractor (1) finish on time, (2) communicate regularly and (3) be neat. Having done home renovations (while living in the house) before, these were must haves. J&M nailed all three. They finished their work a week early. They explained the plan for the week at the start of the week and communicated next week’s plan at the end of every week. Finally, they cleaned up after themselves every day.
The only challenge we had was our fault. We used a designer and acquired the materials through their suppliers. We ended up short on tile and had to reorder which took a week. J&M just worked around it. Our major issue was a miscommunication between me and my wife which lead to the counter tops coming in a week late. Totally our issue, no issue with J&M. This leads me to the pointer. If you haven’t ordered your materials yet, and J&M can get what you want, order through them and they will sync timeline.
Overall, very happy with J & M. We have already slotted our next project with them in December. And will be using them for a kitchen update sometime next year.”
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A complete bathroom remodel was required for our customer’s home, which was originally built in the 1980s. The primary users of the bathroom are children, so the bathroom design and features were chosen with their needs in mind.
A Bathroom Remodel That Combines Timeless Style with Practical Functionality
The J & M Remodel team replaced the fiberglass-surround bathtub with a curbless, glass-enclosed, walk in shower. The updated shower walls feature a crisp, clean matte white subway tile. The J & M Remodel team replaced the shower floor with a pebble shower pan. Other changes include the installation of two shower heads—one fixed, one on a shower hose—and insetting a natural stone niche into the shower wall. These updates transformed the dated bathtub/shower combination into a modern, spa-like environment.
Wedi Shower System
The J & M Remodel team installed the Wedi Shower System underneath the new shower tile. Wedi Systems are known for their waterproof performance as well as for durability and longevity. The J & M Remodel team are certified to install the Wedi Shower System. J & M Remodel team members completed extensive training by Wedi Systems recently. As a result, any Wedi Shower System that the J & M Remodel team installs is warranted by Wedi for an extended 15 to 20-year period.
Bathroom Flooring and Vanity
The dated vinyl bathroom flooring was replaced with large tiles that are set on point. The new tiles were chosen to blend well with the pebble shower pan.
The dual sink vanity has lots of storage to keep items off the quartz countertop. The J & M Remodel team inset a niche into the bathroom wall with power so that small electric items can be tucked away yet remain readily accessible. Lighter paint, brighter lighting, and dual mirrors over each sink complete the bathroom remodel project.
The resulting bathroom represents a dramatic transformation that the children will enjoy for many years to come.
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J & M Remodel created a spa-like bathroom and a pet friendly pool deck for a couple whose project was featured on the Animal Cribs show on cable TV’s Animal Planet channel during the 2017 season. The couple's Chocolate Lab Turf goes to work with his owner Sergio at the Seattle Seahawks training facility in Renton. Read more about the project and view the TV episode.