Walk in shower remodel

Water damaged siding, framing repair


Framing to finish

Two sets of custom cut stair nose to fit the unique landing design. For both safety and aesthetics, the corner edge of the original kitchen floor was cut away.


Update your kitchen to suit your needs and style- countertop backsplash tile, new cabinets, under cabinet lighting, an island countertop, porcelain or vinyl, flooring, plumbing and electrical modifications (like additional outlets and recessed lighting), fixtures, or all of the above


Walk-in shower, re-framing, porcelain tile, cabinets, fixtures, baseboards, casings, plumbing, electrical modification

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Shower - framing, waterproof backer board and coating, mechanicals, niches, bench, baseboards, crown moulding

In-wall cabinet


Overhead storage, cabinets, slat walls, electrical modifications


Deck refurbish


Backsplash, walk-in showers, shower niches, walls, flooring

Porcelain, ceramic, vinyl, all types of material

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The large tile above and left of shower shelf is a challenging cut. Scoring the tile with the blade prior to cutting through, and steady hand pressure on the piece near the blade, can help keep the tile from breaking during cuts.


Hardwood, vinyl, ceramic, porcelain, glue down


Grouted glue down vinyl plank with shoe mold and stair nose to the landing below

Engineered hard wood flooring planks, tongue in groove

Grouted glue down

Vinyl plank snap in place floating floor

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Installation and repair

Wood, vinyl, galvanized


Electrical and plumbing updates

Remodeling time is a perfect time to make sure things are up to date to be optimally functional today and for years ahead.

The next guy to open this breaker box won't have a tough time figuring out the scenario.

Supply lines have a finite life span. Best to replace them on purpose.

Adding an outlet in the right location for the remodel

Paint and Drywall

Repairs, updates

Stain to match, texture to match, prime to last

About Anthony DiLauro

Remodeling Carpenter

I've been providing customers with home improvement services since 1999. Over the years I've grown my skill set to meet my customers' needs in a variety of situations. Sometimes to bring a vision to life for a living space, other times to solve a more practial problem.

My journey as a craftsman has its roots in a job I took one summer during college. I went to work as a subcontractor for a neighbor helping with remodeling projects in fine homes in Summit county. I established a foundation for working conscientously with pride and delivering value. Among other things, I learned the difference between executing with focus and detail and falling short in the context of craftsmaship and service, and the profound reward of a job well done.

Whether you're doing a job, or paying for a job, its important to enjoy the results and the process. Contact me by phone. We can follow up with e-mail and text communications as needed.