Norwalk is one of our favorite places to work because it’s a Historic town with a lot of neat building and it’s a close drive from our shop. Norwalk began back in New England, shortly after the colonies declared independence from Great Britain in 1776. During the Revolutionary War, the British set fire to Norwalk, Connecticut. Eighty of its eighty-six buildings were destroyed, including schools, churches and stores. In 1809, the state of Connecticut granted land from its Western Reserve in Ohio as compensation to those who lost property during the British raids, giving it the name of “The Firelands”. The first settlers came to Norwalk in 1809, by 1830 Norwalk’s population grew to 310 people. Today’s population is over 17,000 people.
To learn more about Norwalk, please visit the City of Norwalk website here.
At the top is a kitchen remodel at your Norwalk neighbors home located in Bellevue. This once outdated kitchen was gutted to provide a canvas for this beautiful new kitchen. The rebuilding of this kitchen started with modifying some framing, there was an open cavity behind the refrigeration adjacent to a masonry chimney. The owners asked if this space could be utilized and we came up with a plan to recess the large refrigerator into this area. Electrical was updated in this kitchen including adding; GFCI’s, recessed lighting, under cabinet lighting, switches and new circuits. Next, wall and ceiling repairs were made and paint was applied. Light maple cabinets were installed with features including; spice rack, pull out garbage can, soft close doors and drawers, large pantry cabinets, microwave shelf and 2 piece crown mold. New hard wood floor and kitchen door to the exterior were installed. Quartz countertops and subway glass tile backsplash finish up this kitchen remodel.
“Mike and his team have remodeled our kitchen and expanded our master bath. On the front end, he had good ideas and explained the process well. During the work, he kept us updated. After completion, he followed up to make sure we were satisfied. If I were building a house, I’d hire All Seasons in a heartbeat.”
Here is a bathroom addition/remodel from the previously mentioned kitchen remodel. They were so happy with our work that they had us back a year later to do their bathroom. This started off as a cramped bathroom with a single sink, toilet, and small shower. We completely gutted this room right down to the studs and floor joists. Then, we added an addition under a covered porch. This made room for large vanity area with two sinks, separate tub, walk-in shower, a toilet area and linen pantry. Custom tile included; large marble floor tile, travertine wall tile with pencil detail, and fish scale shower tile.