Rich, your work is impeccable!  You are a true master of woodwork and an all

around talented handyman.  I appreciate the time and focus you placed on
every detail of your work.

We've worked with plenty of contractors this year (oh boy!), but you're by
far the most honest and hardworking person we've hired, and it shows in the
quality of everything you've done in our home.  You're always going to be in
my speed dial and the first person I will contact for all our future
home improvements. --- Gina L  top of Day Creek. Lennar Homes

Rich you did an incredible job on my house. Though I'm not surprised.
 You take pride in your work and you are a perfectionist. --- Darlene D. Windsong Tract

Rich Venturelli is the most honest contractor we have ever had. We completely
remodeled our house inside and out and he did most of the work.  There isn't anything
he can't do and he does it all to perfection.  You are welcome to come by and see for yourself.  
We are happy with the work he did and would recommend him highly. --- Ernie M.
 North of Hillside

Thanks Rich. The cabinet looks great and we are so happy with it. The knobs
seem really secure  to me.  Just got an antique desk today, now to get rid of the
old one...maybe craigslist! Hope your job goes well. Thanks again for doing
such a great job!

french door

french finished
Fenchdoors Finished and Stucco repair in place. Can lights installed in top soffit.
Picture a little washed out, brown stucco color.

french inside
Inside with shelfs on sides of doors

TV Wall before

Customer had an Old Projection TV in the Niche. Wants new Oak Mantel in the Mission Style,
a Flatscreen to sit against the wall and Cabinet under Flatscreen

TV Wall

Niche is closed in, electrical is run to either side of wall for wall sconces and pocket built
in wall to hold Flatscreen Bracket.

TV Wall After

Finished Room and Customer Loves it !!!!

roberts fireplace

Roberts Christmas Present to themself.

Also added the windows on the sides of fireplace.

Ernie and Deb's Remodel on Hillside

Before and After Pictures of last large project. All work was done entirely
 by me. I like it that way. No baby sitting employees!!!
Master Bedroom before

Master Bedroom Before

There was so many layers of wall paper in here we decided to use 1/4" drywall and install it over the old drywall.

Master before


Master Bedroom After

 New ceiling fan, crown molding, new base molding, new carpet and paint


Vanity Area Before


Notice the closed in area where the florescent lights use to be
 (ceiling) Can Lights will be installed. New electrical in vanity area.



Door and entry to the Water Closet. Shower and Toilet area. And the ugly wallpaper.

Vanity Area After

New tile floor, crown molding, cherry vanity and cherry mirrors, new door, and new closet doors
 after the closet soffit was dropped to accommodate them.  New lights over mirrors and
 florescent light was taken out, area filled with new drywall and can lights installed.
All light fixtures are on dimmers.



Still a little dust, and a Porter Cable battery charger, but you get the idea!


This mirrored wall soffit was dropped so we could install the shorter length mirrored doors.
 It had gold floor to ceiling mirrored doors from the beginning.

Shower and Toilet Area Before

shower before

New copper installed and walls down to the studs. Notice the ugly wall paper.

shower before

Shower pan and Dam Wall with new liner and drain installed. That level is dead on !!


Toilet area without the toilet. Also look at all the different layers of Wallpaper.
This is pretty much what the whole house looked like.

Shower after

shower after

Hard to get complete pictures of this shower. Room is a bit small.



No more wall paper!  
Customer is going to install the towel bars and the rest of the fixtures. I have moved on to the Kitchen.


New Walk in Closet built off the back patio. You enter it through the old mirrored closet door area.
No before pictures here, this is a new room built off the old master bedroom closet.


This was the old closet area, now its the new opening to the new walk in closet.
There is still some pick up work to do, install door handles and of course take
 the tape off the doors.

Now for the before Kitchen Pictures!!!



Well I have my work cut out for me.
All Kitchen Cabinets will be removed and replaced, frame in door openings, remove ceiling joists and raise
 to current ceiling height. Can lights installed in place of old
florescent lights, eating bar will be
 moved out a couple of feet to extend counter area. Under cabinet lighting installed under
 wall cabinets. Granite or Quartz counter top and tile back splash installed. Oak
 flooring installed in Kitchen and Dinning Room.

Kitchen Demo to studs

Ceiling has been raised and new can lights installed

All new drywall and plumbing. The match between old ceiling and new will
 disappear once its textured and painted.Doorway on right has been closed
 and new gas line and water line run for gas cook top and new refrigerator
 location. All lights will be on dimmers and under counter lighting will
 be installed once wall cabinets are in.


The granite has been installed.. Finished the travertine back splash, under counter lighting and
 electrical covers installed. Floor is solid maple, stained dark.

new kitchen

new kitchen

Notice the raised granite shelf behind the faucet.
I love this faucet!!

new kitchen

new kitchen

Accent under counter lighting and Travertine stone back splash

new kitchen


Not many before pictures of this room, it was covered with wallpaper.

The brick and wood on this wall wraps around to the fireplace.

Fireplace now covered with tile, drywall and new bookcase started

New Custom Bookcase without the cabinet doors installed

Some of the custom mantel detail. I will be adding more pictures
of the finished Living Room in the near future.


Rec Room, Bonus Room, Game Room or whatever it's called these days.


Wish I had taken a before picture of this room but this was the room used to store all furniture
 and housewares from other rooms during the remodel. The walls had layers of ugly wallpaper,
 this corner had a pot belly stove with real brick back wall. The ceiling had four 6x8 beams
 and the floor was half carpet and a water damaged wood floor.


I took out 6x8 beams and installed new drywall over old drywall. This was originally the garage and
 was converted to Rec. Room years ago. When looked at from the street you cannot tell it was
 a conversion. Installed crown molding, paint, new electrical receptacles and switchs, checker
 board ceramic tile and Attic Fan. I still have to install the trim and ceiling light fixtures.

This area was suppose to have been done by another Contractor but he didn't finish, and eventually
 ripped off the homeowner of a considerable amount of money. Other contractors job consisted
 of, new patio cover and new deck off pool area. I originally was not going to do any outside
 work only because I was busy on the inside of the house. The homeowner asked if I would
 complete what had been started. The old surface was astro turf glued down
 to concrete slab. It all had to be removed which was a job in itself. 


800 Sq. Ft. of Tile on Back Patio 



Finished Tile on Back Patio. Stucco and House Still Needs Painting


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