For over 20 years we’ve helped people turn houses they like into homes they love. And most often, the results are simply amazing. Here’s a handpicked gallery of just a few of our favorite projects, featuring beautiful before & after photos alongside a short story about each project.
Throughout these stories runs a common theme: homebuyers who couldn’t find the perfect house, but had the imagination to create it for themselves. We were blown away when we visited these homes after the renovations, and when you see them, we think you will be, too.
Cait & Ben closed on this 1939 brick beauty in charming Thornburg Borough November of 2023, and are making major renovations to bring the home back to its original glory and into 2024.
When Katie and Ryan first decided to buy a home in Pittsburgh, the last thing they wanted was a renovation. “We were definitely looking for move-in ready and told our agent we just weren’t interested in renovation,” says Ryan.
A whole house transformation? Sign us up! When their landlord shared with Lori and Marcus that he was selling the house they had been renting for years, they jumped at the opportunity to purchase the home.
Take a peak at this video series showing how Jeff and his amazing team transformed a pair of 3-story buildings in Lawrenceville from gutted and dated to one of the coolest, well-equipped apartments in the area.
Pete & Elizabeth elevated a dated, mundane 1891 Polish Hill property to a new level, creating a wide-open main floor with an open stairway and exposing a breathtaking view thanks to a 3rd floor bump-out.
Chris & Caryn transformed a gutted early 1900s East Liberty historical rowhouse with no working utilities (or walls!) into a gorgeous, one-of-a-kind space they could never have imagined.
Matt & Amy purchased and transformed their tired & dated 4,300 square foot 1920s Classic Edgewood home into a gorgeous, historically preserved yet modern masterpiece.
Sunil & Becky refinanced and renovated to transform their 1920s Regent Square home into a space their growing family could call home for years to come.