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6. EARTH CONCEPTS: Nature Inspired Remodeling Austin
Very good 4.5


Very good 4.5


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If you are looking for someone to completely transform your space, you are here. My wife and I had 3 other contractors come to our home to let us know what was possible and give us a bid. A couple were ho-hum, and the 3rd was very good, with a great portfolio and he gave as a great idea of how he could remodel the space. As a result I almost cancelled my appointment with Chase. Thank GOODNESS I didn't! Chase came in and IMMEDIATELY started giving me a vision of what our space COULD BE, and not simply how the seemingly small space could be reworked. He discussed endless possibilities including taking down walls, reconfiguring closets, adding much needed ventiliation, bringing the rooms up to code, moving plumbing lines -- I was absolutely blown away by his knowledge -- but even moreso by his passion. He comes from a family of builders and it shows! These were all things I was hoping for, but thought impossible from my discussions with the other contractors. It was either beyond their skill set or beyond the level and quality of work that they were willing to provide. I'm not saying that to put any of the other contractors down, but to heap praise on Chase Von Ach. This young man is a master builder and contractor with thge eye of a top designer. He literally transformed our poorly designed, outdated and cramped 1983 bathroom and spacious but dated master bedroom, complete with popcorn ceiling, into a space that is more reminiscent of something I've heard referred to as house porn. He built us custom, one of a kind barn door style doors for the master bathroom and closet -- along with matching wood on the box window sill in the bathroom. He then built us a low profile matching piece beneath the television that used reclaimed wood from my wife's family's barn built in the 1800s! We came in with high hopes, and Chase then continually exceeded them. I'll post the pics because my words will never do it justice. 1st pic is the only pic of the old ugly bathroom lol … everything else is house porn 😉 enjoy!!! p.s. we are planning to completely remodel our living room / stairs with Chase next…fair warning - you won’t be able to stop at just one or two rooms either!See more
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