We got the shower floor drain in place. This is a unique system that fits in to space. It is a pre-sloped linear drain system that will allow large 12×12 tiles to be placed on it. Most of the time a small 2×2 tile will be used to cover the floor. The linear drain is stainless steel and will allow a lot of water to flow which is useful in a shower taht has several fixtures. The floor tiles need to have a certain slip resistance rating and also be non porous to be used on the shower floor.
This project is a great one the home owners have made the choices for what they want wand even some tile choices. We are happy to help people with this however it is good when there are some specifics. The main feature of this project will be the walk in shower. The water will be supplied from two fixtures a standard wall shower and a ceiling mounted rain head. The homeowners want to be able to turn both fixtures on at the same time and control the amount of water to each fixture. This requires some extra valve controls and good plumbing planning.There is a lot going on behind the walls in this one. They also want a wall niche and a linear floor drain all of these will be included in the project.
We put together plans for a bathroom remodel in historic building in the pearl district. The old brick warehouse was turned in to loft condominiums about 15 years ago; it is a mix of historic structure and modern convenience. We created plans to meet the owner’s needs; the condominium board’s historic requirements; and the safety requirements for a building with six floors of tenants.
Much of the charm of the loading docks has been preserved in the development of the building. The architectural features of the old warehouse provide visual interest. Here is a link to some of our other historic projects.
We got a mention in Oregon Home. It is great to be in a local magazine that covers building projects in Portland. Our philosophy on building is cited. Thanks. click here for Oregon Home Bathroom remodeling link.