Pictures of Prima Construction's Kitchen Remodeling Projects and Bathroom Remodeling Projects in NE Minneapolis MN, St. Paul, Columbia Heights, New Brighton, St. Anthony, Arden Hills.
Minneapolis Kitchen Remodel
The remodel of this kitchen invovled removing a load bearing wall to open the space between the kitchen and the living room. The kitchen was gutted down to the studs and all the appliances and finishing was installed.
Minneapolis Condo Refresh
Remodel of a Condo in The Crossings in downtown Minneapolis. The fun part about this project was the entire condo (bathroom, kitchen, bedroom, etc) had to be remodeled in 3 weeks.
Kitchen Remodel Columbia Heights
Kitchen Remodel in Columbia Heights. This kitchen remodel involved removing a load bearing wall to open the space between the kitchen and the dining area.
Kitchen Refresh Minneapolis
The homeowner wanted to put their house on the market and gave us two weeks to gut and refresh the kitchen including new floor, appliances, cabinets and countertops. It was a great project.
This new detached garage was installed in Columbia Heights MN.
New Brighton Bathroom Remodel
Remodel of a bathroom in New Brighton MN.
Remodel of Downtown Condo Bathroom
This was a quick facelift for a downtown bathroom in a high rise condo.
Columbia Heights Bathroom on a budget
The cost to remodel most bathrooms can range from $5K to $20K. This one was done on the low end of the budget range and finished in a week.
Minneapolis Pergola Install
Created some needed shade by installing a pergola on the back patio.
We installed stone pavers and did the gardening and landscaping for this home. It is nice to work outside (except during the winter)
The Bedroom was an empty cinderblock basement room. Drylocked cinderblock, insulated, framed, drywalled, installed VCT(vinyl composite tile)floors, trim, and paint.
Addition to existing home
Built out a two story addition to existing home including moving garage opening.
Adding a master suite to an attic in Minneapolis
Restoration of a Minneapolis Craftsman Home
Restoration of a pocket door in Minneapolis.
Kim Messing Around
Charlie's Angels-style nail gun pose
Screwing Down a Floor
Kim installing a subfloor so we can set some tile.
Kim doing drywall on stilts
Kim is using Virtual Reality to explore a design she has created. Prima Construction uses Chief Architect, Unity and an HTC Vive to explore complicated projects before we build them. This reduces change orders and improves the design.