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Southeast Portland Rental HOme Remodel

Update & Repair for Craftsman Style Rental Property

After the previous tenants left this 1922 Craftsman-style rental home in serious disrepair, the owners decided to fully remodel it before renting it out again. They enlisted the help of our team at Lamont Bros. to ensure that the project's designs addressed the necessary repairs and maintained the delicate balance between durability and cost-effectiveness.

Unfortunately, the home was in rough shape when the previous renters moved out. The kitchen cabinets were damaged beyond repair, the flooring needed to be replaced, and the drywall throughout the home was destroyed.

To add to the challenge, the upstairs bathroom, bedroom, and staircase had not been properly built and did not meet the legal requirements set by construction regulations. As a result, they also needed to be remodeled to be brought up to code.

The goals of this project were twofold. First, the homeowners needed to make the necessary repairs to get this Southeast Portland home back onto the rental market. Second, they wanted to ensure that the work done on the home would remain durable and long-lasting without exceeding their budget.

 

To solve these challenges, the design team at Lamont Bros. helped the homeowners find cost-effective products and material that could still withstand constant use over several years.

In the kitchen, we installed all-new Mantra brand cabinets, Wilsonart Thinscape countertops, and stainless steel appliances. These products were selected specifically due to their budget-friendly nature and long-term durability.

The bathroom's updated design features Wetwall shower wall panels, Mantra brand vanity cabinets, and new light and plumbing fixtures throughout.

Throughout the home, we also installed new wood composite core floors from Evoke Flooring. This product is durable, waterproof, and features a realistic wood surface appearance.

Our team completed this Southeast Portland home remodel on time and within the homeowner's budget, so they were able to put the home back on the rental market.

After the previous tenants left this 1922 Craftsman-style rental home in serious disrepair, the owners decided to fully remodel it before renting it out again. They enlisted the help of our team at Lamont Bros. to ensure that the project's designs addressed the necessary repairs and maintained the delicate balance between durability and cost-effectiveness.

Unfortunately, the home was in rough shape when the previous renters moved out. The kitchen cabinets were damaged beyond repair, the flooring needed to be replaced, and the drywall throughout the home was destroyed.

To add to the challenge, the upstairs bathroom, bedroom, and staircase had not been properly built and did not meet the legal requirements set by construction regulations. As a result, they also needed to be remodeled to be brought up to code.

The goals of this project were twofold. First, the homeowners needed to make the necessary repairs to get this Southeast Portland home back onto the rental market. Second, they wanted to ensure that the work done on the home would remain durable and long-lasting without exceeding their budget.

To solve these challenges, the design team at Lamont Bros. helped the homeowners find cost-effective products and material that could still withstand constant use over several years.

In the kitchen, we installed all-new Mantra brand cabinets, Wilsonart Thinscape countertops, and stainless steel appliances. These products were selected specifically due to their budget-friendly nature and long-term durability.

The bathroom's updated design features Wetwall shower wall panels, Mantra brand vanity cabinets, and new light and plumbing fixtures throughout.

Throughout the home, we also installed new wood composite core floors from Evoke Flooring. This product is durable, waterproof, and features a realistic wood surface appearance.

Our team completed this Southeast Portland home remodel on time and within the homeowner's budget, so they were able to put the home back on the rental market.

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