Welcome to our latest Ralph Haver restoration at 5745 North 10th Street. As you walk into this home, the first thing that you’ll see are the solid steel doors in the front and the rear. The doors pair perfectly with the deep concrete grind we went with for the floors. This method really accentuated the aggregate and made it a standout feature throughout the home. I might be biased, but it’s definitely one of my favorite floors that we’ve ever done. In the kitchen, we used a good mix of different materials from custom cabinets made of premium maple, to steel, to a beautiful quartz counter top. The shelves are outfitted with LED under-mount lights to really make this kitchen shine at night.
Walking into the bathroom the first thing you notice is the penny tile on the wall. The penny tile is accented by a led, back-lit mirror that floods the space with light. If you look closely, you’ll notice that the drain is actually an infinity drain that we custom built. The concrete slips down into the wall and gives the bathroom a clean, sleek appearance. The interior and the exterior of the home were treated to a walnut sandblast that peeled off all the paint on the block. This small, unassuming Haver home really meant a lot to us. We put a lot of time and effort into this home. I think it really shows people who we are and the kind of work we put into bringing these homes back to life.