Bragg Construction was called out to a Milwaukie, Oregon home for window removal. The client was looking for more wall space for cabinets during their kitchen remodel which meant closing off and removing a window. After the window was removed, new wall studs were installed, insulation put in the wall, interior drywall was installed, exterior vapor barrier was inserted followed by new siding, new caulking, new painting and worksite cleanup — let us show you how it was done.
One piece of siding was carefully removed to determine if an exact match was available. Once the match was found the material was ordered and put on stand by so that the install could be done with out hesitation. The window was removed and set aside for donation.
New wall studs with insulation:
New wall studs, (2 x 4’s), were installed into the window opening, plywood sheathing was cut, fit and nailed to the exterior and insulation was fitted to the interior.
drywall was installed to the interior, taped, mud and plaster, ready for the cabinet install.
Exterior vapor barrier:
Modern “Improved Vapor Barrier” was installed over the plywood sheathing to prevent moisture intrusion.
New siding, new caulking, new painting:
The new siding was a nearly perfect match and not noticeable at just 3 feet back from the surface. Precision caulking and 2 coats of paint finish the project to the complete satisfaction of the client.
Work site cleanup:
Bragg Construction and Remodeling of Clackamas Oregon cleans up after all projects. We are skilled multi- trade craftsmen who take pride in our work and do not consider our work complete until the clean up is done. We love our work and consider it a privilege to serve you.
If you have a window removal project, please consider contacting Bragg Construction and Remodeling at 503-341-0884.