I'm a Period Restoration Specialist, Older homes brought back to the way they were. I'm a wood turner can re-produce, balusters and newel posts and porch posts and columns and other fancy a very detailed woodworking. Re-finish old wood stairs and doors. Ceramics of all types, bathroom and kitchen restoration and renovation. Drywall an read more...
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Tim rebuilt an aging front deck/stairs for us. I would certainly hire him again. He made every effort to minimize the cost for us, by carefully considering how to take advantage of the existing deck infrastructure. He was quick to get the job started and worked at it daily until it was complete. We are happy with the result. Obviously, a talented carpenter, the resulting deck appears very well constructed with lots of attention to every detail. Tim himself was very courteous and left the job site spotless.
We chose Tim's quote to install a new tile floor in our kitchen based on price of his quote and the positive reviews he had received for previous work. We were not disappointed.
We are very satisfied with Tim's work, and were appreciative of the time he took to explain all the steps to us and ensure we could still use the kitchen while the work went on.
Tim worked around our schedule and we felt that he prioritized getting the job done to the best it could be rather than rushing through the work to finish the job.
He cut the tiles in our garage with a wet saw and left the garage looking far cleaner than it was when he started. He also touched up the quarter round and provided friendly advice for other things to touch up before we sell our house.
We had originally agreed to buy the grout for the tiles, but when we had doubts of the best type to get we asked Tim to get what he thought was best, and he picked up the grout on his own time.
Tim was very courteous in all our interactions, and he was very good natured in dealing with our (admittedly yappy) dogs on the days when we couldn't have the dogs out of the house while he worked.
We would certainly consider Tim for any future jobs we have, and recommend him to anyone considering his services.
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When I asked for an estimate Mr Winges took the time to listen to what I had in mind and then came back with a very detailed professional estimate. The finished product looked even better than I imagined. The work to refurbish the columns was custom work resulting in a like-new appearance (and for a lot less than replacing the columns). The total bill came in at less than the original estimate giving good value for my money. Overall I am very pleased with the results.
Tim undertook 4 major projects for us over the past few months - restoration of the exterior fascia and soffits, a living room renovation, a kitchen finishing job and the renovation of our main bathroom. He has proven to be a real craftsman who understands our desire to mix modern functionality with period authenticity. He has the skills and willingness to accommodate rolling floors and crooked corners and produces quality product.
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As a Licensed Carpenter over 30 years I've always specialized in fine carpentry, older home restorations. Always very practical & particular with the way jobs progress and finish up. I do all aspects of related carpentry with complete satisfaction.
I have done a number of Bathroom Renovations. Some just minor alteration, right up to complete Demolition, Design, Painting and Tile work, Glass showers etc. All plumbing and electrical work I have done by Licensed Trades people.
This is my Specialty ( Visit my Website ) I am a wood turner and can re-produce broken and damaged Balusters, Newel Posts porch posts, columns Etc. Re-produce old moldings and old type of fine Carpentry.
I have applied a few different types of Non slip treatments to steps a ramps. On exterior wood ramps I have installed small horz. boards for better footing, on exterior concrete steps I have often applied " Stone Effects" Treatment & special tapes or metal/rubber nosings for interior steps.
I can install most any type of window and door, interior and exterior, always installing the required flashing on top of the exterior doors & windows and finishing walls off nicely. I can make repairs/replacements of damaged window & door sills without having to place the whole window.
Vanities , and smaller alteration I can do myself. I will also remove a old kitchen, but I usually bring in expert Kitchen Cabinet people to install the actual Kitchen. Again I will always do the finer trim work, back splash, ceramic, paint. Electrical & Plumbers are Licensed.
We are always looking for more storage and shelves and places to organize our stuff. I have often used IKEA and even altered there cabinets in order to fit peoples closets, and also made very unusual shelves in unique places in order to store customers very unique personal items.
As a Sole Proprietor I have often acted as a General Contractor and had many Trades working for me at once. Working as maintenance supervisor for National Defense before I started my own business I gained much experience as a general contractor on many projects.
The only Masonry type work that I do is. Minor foundation repair, Small concrete sidewalks, repair concrete steps and apply " stone effects " and Installing special real brick veneer ( usually inside applications ) Some minor re-pointing.
I have repaired many concrete steps with what I consider a excellent Product" Stone Effects" going back at least 10 years. I can pour small concrete sidewalks, footings small slabs, bigger jobs I can bring in people to do large floors and walls.
I have and don't mind doing big clean ups ( trash removal ). Often I have done this on estates I have taken care of in the past. Cleaned out many garages and basements and often find valued items for the customers they didn't know they had.
I am always very methodical in my demolition, depending on what's coming down or being ripped out. I always try to re-use and or restore and maintain as much original materials as possible. This is the difference between Renovation and Restoration.
I can build and install many different types of fences and make various repairs as well. Depending on length and or size. I sometimes go to a fencing specialist for some very large jobs because they do this all the time and usually cheaper and faster.
I have done many different types of decks. The least expensive to the most expensive. Obviously the least would require the most maintenance and the most require the less maintenance. Pressure Treated Lumber, Cedar, and various Composites.
I have been doing work , repairing and fixing in the carpentry related field for about 40 years , I have seen a great deal of challenges. I can be called for just little repair jobs/ hanging pictures right up to small house additions.
I do two types of tiling. One is ceramic tiling both floor and wall ( usually with customers supplied tiles ). The other is resilient vinyl floor tile, many different color, mixed to solid ( checker board applications ).
I have constructed and assembled many sheds and gazebos, some with screening & with out ,square & angled, sitting on wood sleepers on gravel and sitting on small concrete slabs, fancy and very plain, painted and stained.
The only in floor heating that I install is under a ceramic tile floor. Usually electric wires or pads with a thermostat on the wall. I have always found that this is the most practical way to install in-floor heating in older homes.
I have installed a few different type of sunrooms, some of which are with in a house ( by adding more windows and different flooring ) and some just added on the back of a house on a existing deck ( reinforced ).
I Install most all types of flooring. Ceramic and or with in floor heating ( As Above ) Hardwood, Resilient Tile. I will do small areas of linoleum and carpet, larger areas I will bring in specialists for this.
I have done a few small home additions. A few have been screened in porches around decks in the back of a house. I have done small entry way additions at the front of a house as well as many canopies to protect doorways.
I do parging repairs on walls and minor cracks , holes and chips out of walls as well. Once damage has been accessed and requires a major repair / excavation etc. I will bring in a foundation repair specialist.
I do most all drawings for a job myself. Sometimes it's even in conjunction with a Estimate for a project to always give the customer a clear idea on what the finished product / renovation will look like.
I have completed a number of different types of basement Renovations and Restorations over the 20 year I have been in business. Built up false floors/ drycore panels, drywall and complicated drop ceilings.
I do some of this gutter work myself, usually repairs , various downspouts , sheds and smaller buildings. Larger jobs I have a specialist come in at a quicker and cheaper cost for the customer.
I take a great deal of pride in my painting finishes. I enjoy priming and painting and all types of trim work, different colors as well as varnishes & urethanes not only interior but exterior as well.
Garage doors is a highly specialized trade in carpentry. I generally do all the prep. work to make the installers job easier. I usually bring in a specialist for this installation for safety and warranty.
I have built a few different and various sized garages, All detached, separate from the house, just of floating slabs. Some insulated and some without and double or single garage doors.
As a Licensed Carpenter I have extensive experience in all types of framing. Some I do myself, again depending on the size of the job ,I may bring in a crew to quickly frame certain jobs.
I have done some wallpapering in the past, though not as common as it use to be. This is something I truly take a great deal of pride in doing because it is something that cannot be rushed.
I have installed a lot of siding as well. Mostly on small additions, sheds & various repair jobs. Siding applications for a entire house, usually I would bring in a siding specialist.
I do repairs to prevent pests from entering homes. I have various control methods to get rid of certain animals, and preventive applications I install to stop this from happening again.
I do most any type of roofing on a small scale. Shingles ,metal, fiberglass panels as well as repairs, flashings etc. on larger jobs I will bring in a roofing specialist.
I do mostly all my own taping and plastering after I do drywall ( ready for paint ) I can do some repairs of Old Plaster in Old homes, however this is rare now a days.
I have installed many types of window treatments, constructed and painted special wooden valances for over windows, hung up various types of blinds, drapes and curtains.
Caulking is a basic Skill all Carpenters must know. Using the correct caulking for the right job is very important. Caulking is used every where in and outside homes and Buildings.
I will build a false wall and hearth and mantle piece for a Gas insert type Fireplace even real brick veneer all around. All other type Fireplaces I leave up to the Mason's.
I have built a number of various ramps and widened doorways for better accessibility to not only rooms but to buildings installed various safety bars and handles in bathrooms.
I do have training in locksmithing and can change most any type of conventional lock, dead bolts, and mortise type locks as well. Can duplicate keys if required.
I have put in quite a few central Vacuum systems. Most all houses and even very old homes can accommodate these systems with a few tricks and good ideas.
Arborite, Acylic, Granite, Quartz, Marble, Slate, Concrete. Ceramic you name it, I can put it in for you.
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I'm a Period Restoration Specialist, Older homes brought back to the way they were.
I'm a wood turner can re-produce, balusters and newel posts and porch posts and columns and other fancy a very detailed woodworking. Re-finish old wood stairs and doors. Ceramics of all types, bathroom and kitchen restoration and renovation. Drywall and repair and painting. Siding and decks and screened in porches.
Winges Carpentry was awarded Best of TrustedPros in 2017 for Painting and Carpentry in Mountain.
Winges Carpentry was awarded Best of TrustedPros in 2016 for Carpentry in Mountain.
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