Schloegel Design Remodel has completed its work at 3311 East 60th Street.
The purpose of the project was to raise the ceiling in the rear room off the kitchen. The ceiling height in this room was 6”7” which was inadequate. The scope of the job included removing the existing roof, ceiling joists, ceiling tiles, and wall covering. The new work included extending the height of the wall studs and constructing a new hip style roof and ceiling joists. A new twin casement window, wall and ceiling insulation, drywall, and wall and ceiling paneling were installed. Crown mold, wood base and a new 6-panel exterior door with two locks were also installed. On the exterior we set matching eave and facia trim, siding, roof shingles, and gutters with down spouts.
On October 4th of 2008, 9 carpenter employees of Schloegel Design Remodel donated their time to start the work. This represented 63 hours of work that day. To complete the project, Schloegel Design Remodel donated $2,232 of material and another 95 hours of labor for a total of 158 hours.
The people at Schloegel Design Remodel are committed to supporting the community and the Urban Rangers in particular. The residents of this home now have a more comfortable and safer room. We are proud of the work completed at this house and look forward to working with them again.