This gallery contains photos of an interior remodeling project we just completed in Coral Gables. The complete interior remodel included a new kitchen, new bathrooms with wall-mounted vanities, flooring & walls.
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The 3 bathrooms in this Miami home were completely remodeled to include new tubs & showers, toilets and Italian Style Wall-Mounted Vanities. All 3 bathrooms had matching vanities along with porcelain wall & floor tiles.
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This newly remodeled kitchen by Rausa Builders Corp features a sleek Quartz Counter Top, Wood Kitchen Cabinets in White, Stainless Steel Appliances and a Stainless Steel Sink with Apron-Front. Original kitchen partitions were knocked down and re-framed to convert the enclosed kitchen to an open space. Three different style Porcelain Floor Tiles were installed in common areas, bedrooms and bathrooms.
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This lovely home in the heart of The City of Miami was built in 1947 and it’s owners wanted to bring it up-to-date with a modern design. Rausa Builders Corp. completely gutted the residence and brought it back to life with a new modern kitchen, bathrooms, floor tile, interior color-scheme and lighting.
The kitchen was completely redesigned which required knocking down walls and relocating appliances, electrical and plumbing. It was updated with new wood kitchen cabinets and stainless steel appliances.
The bathroom upgrades included new floor & wall tile, new tub, modern wall-mounted vanities, toilets and trim.
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Below are before and after photos of a recently remodeled Open Kitchen Layout we completed in Miami Lakes. The original Kitchen was outdated and had the counter peninsula attached to a partition separating the kitchen from the dining room. This partition also housed the electrical service panel.
Removing the partition was key to creating the open layout design in the kitchen. For this we had to relocate the electrical service panel to the utility room providing a feel of family togetherness for the homeowners, easy living and spacious feeling as opposed to individually confined areas.