Here you can view Medina Exteriors’ recently completed projects.
We have kitchen remodeling, new decking, and a recent training session on display.
Be sure to check back often! We will be asdding new projects regularly.
Bathroom Remodeling Projects
We recently remodeled the kids’ bathroom for the Laurence household. In this remodel we replaced the vanity (Holiday – Oak), counter top (cultured marble), shower/tub unit (Sterling), and light fixture (Kichler – chrome). We also installed new flooring (Armstrong – Alterna) and a curved curtain rod for them!
For the Dhillon bathroom we replaced the vanity (Holiday – sage color), cultured marble counter top, fiberglass shower (Sterling), and shower door (Roda). We also replaced their toilet (Kohler), flooring (Armstrong – Alterna), faucet (Luxart), framed mirror, and vanity light (Kichler). View pictures of the completed project below. Click the images to see more!
We replaced Kate’s counter top and sink with a cultured marble top with an integrated sink. In addition to this, we also installed a Moen faucet, Kichler vanity light, Top Knob pulls, and a Kohler toilet with a slow-close lid.
For the Henk bathroom remodel we installed Maid stone faucets, tub filler, an acrylic tub, and put up white bead board halfway up the wall. We also installed Holiday cabinets with a shaker look and bead board, new ceramic tile, hanging beveled mirrors, and a claw foot soaking tub. View pictures of the project below!
We remodeled the Hovan’s bathroom by installing a new vanity, counter top, flooring, shower tile/backsplash, a faucet and knobs. The scope of their project also included some plumbing and drywall work. View pictures of the project below! Click the images to see more!
Here are some pictures from a recent bathroom remodeling project that we completed for the Palocko family! Work for the project included removing a small fiberglass shower, vanity, and toilet. In addition to that, we installed the new Sterling shower unit, Dal-tile above and in shower ceiling, lighting and fan, Holiday Kitchen vanity and medicine cabinet, Moen faucet and shower head and vinyl flooring. We put up new drywall as well!
Kitchen Remodeling Projects
For the Ash’s we remodeled their kitchen with Maple Holiday cabinets, including for their island (with a furniture base and curved counter top) and their built-in tall pantry cabinet with roll-out shelves. We included granite counter tops, crown molding, Kichler pendant lights, and Task Lighting under cabinet lights in their kitchen in addition to Dal-tile backsplash, Top Knobs hardware, and a Blanco Silgranite sink.
We also updated the Ash’s laundry and bathrooms. We installed a drop-in utility sink in the laundry room and replaced their bathroom sink (Kohler).
In the Hajek kitchen update we replaced their counter tops, back splash, and entry door. The counter top that they selected was the Cambria Bradshaw (color) with a Summit edge. While we were replacing their counter top, we also replaced their sink and faucet and we used American Olean tile as the back splash with a Mosaic Bliss Glass as an accent.
The door that the Hajek’s selected was a Milliken full view glass door with blinds between the glass.
After removing Kate’s old kitchen cabinets, we installed Holiday cabinets (Truffle), Cambria Quartz counter tops, an Artisan sink, Moen faucet sprayer, white subway tile back splash, and Task lighting dimmable under cabinet lights. We also added a pull-out waste container, a recessed pantry cabinet with rollout shelves, stainless steel appliances, and much, much more!
For this job we updated Mr. Wood’s kitchen while keeping the “old style” of the century home. We replaced the cabinet bases (Holiday Cabinets), upper cabinet doors with Seedy Architectural Glass, countertop (Cambria), and stainless steel sink (Artisan). We also updated the heating system by eliminating the radiator under the sink. We were able to keep the “old style” look with the appliances by adding a Big Chill dishwasher (orange) and white refrigerator.
Lastly, we used white Subway tile to tie into the old marble tile and re-used an antique soap dish.
Check out some great before and after pictures below!
The Taylor family kitchen remodeling project turned out great! We replaced their cabinets, counter tops, sink, faucet, appliances, and lights. We also added crown molding, a dry bar with wine under top refrigerator, and multi-tiered wall cabinets. Click the images below to see more!
The Ferrara family kitchen remodeling project was a great success. We replaced their cabinets with Shaker, Antique White cabinets from Holiday Kitchen. We also replaced their counter top (now Caesarstone), appliances (stainless steel), and added subway patterned backsplash with a mosaic glass accent. We also added pendant lighting, LED can lights, an under cabinet lighting, crown molding, and an under mount Kohler sink. Lastly, we added a tall, built-in pantry with roll-out drawers. Check out some great before and after pictures below!
Before and after pictures for the Dargan family kitchen remodel! We did a complete facelift on their old kitchen, including brand new flooring, cabinets, counters, backsplash, lighting, and plate covers. We also installed pendant lights and painted the kitchen and family room.
Some great pictures of a recent kitchen remodeling project. These photos will be featured in the summer issue of Signature Kitchens and Baths!
Kitchen Remodeling Ideas
Here are a few pictures of our kitchen remodels if you’re looking for ideas. Each kitchen is customized based on your needs and preferences.
Get ready for a sleek, modern kitchen. Our remodeling pros help you through each phase of your new kitchen project.
It’s time to give your kitchen a fresh start. As seasoned kitchen remodeling contractors, we’re here to get your kitchen looking great and maximize your space.
For Dr. Evans we installed a new sun tunnel in her kitchen. To do this we had to cut the drywall from the ceiling, remove shingles on the roof line, and cut the plywood to accept the tube. After cutting the plywood we installed ice guard and a roof top termination (dome) and a trim ring on the interior.
Windows and Doors
The Naso family loved their new patio doors. We installed three 8′ Ultra-weld patio doors, which are Polaris triple pane, energy efficient, Low E / Argon gas patio doors. Check out some great before and after pictures below!
The installation of Milliken, smooth fiberglass double doors, was completed in two days. We installed the Rollin entry door along with new Schlage exterior handlesets and interior levers with a double key deadbolt (all in brass). Additional work included full transom window above the doors, brass caming in doors and in transom, and white capped composite frame and brass hinges.
The Whitner family was pleased with their new window. We installed a 30 degree Polaris Ultra-weld casement picture, and bay window. They are Low E / Argon gas, triple pane energy efficient glass. We also matched the wood on the inside of the home by installing a new 3″ colonial casing. Check out some great before and after pictures below!
For Terry Deck we did demo decking, balcony and ramp. Framing and installing Terrain TimberTech Decking. View pictures below!
We removed Angela’s concrete front porch and replaced it with a treated lumber deck.
We replaced Anna’s back porch landing and stairs. We used Timber Tech composite decking in silver gray and white radiance rails. View pictures of the project below!
For the Wilson’s deck we used TimberTech Evolutions rosewood decking, rails, and lattice skirting. In addition to the deck, we built custom flower boxes for the Wilsons (also using TimberTech rosewood color). View pictures of the project below!
We removed the existing decking, stairs, handrails, and lattice on the front porch of the Bancheek residence. We then installed new TimberTech Terrain Composite decking and steps. After, we installed white vinyl posts and handrails with square spindles. View pictures of the project below!
The Rudolph family wanted us to remove the existing deck stairs already present at the home. We then extended the existing deck another 8’ wide and 12’ deep with TimberTech Evolutions composite decking and white radiance express railings. We are very happy with the finished project, and more importantly, so is the Rudolph family! View pictures of the project below!
For the Cherchian job, we removed existing decking boards and railings. We then leveled the deck out, and installed brand new stairs and deck boards with treated lumber. We also installed new railings with black aluminum balusters. The Cherchian’s absolutely loved how the new deck turned out! View pictures of the finished project below.
Check out this beautiful deck that we recently completed!
Don’t worry about spending time maintaining your new deck. Choose from a variety of low maintenance decking solutions.
A new deck design can drastically improve the look, comfort, or style of your home and backyard. Better yet, it provides a perfect place for relaxing outdoors.
Merinar – Doors, Drywall, and Siding Replacement
For the Merinar job, we replaced her patio door (Milliken) and steel man door, while also installing new casing for the doors. Mrs. Merinar selected our Bronze siding system, which included replacing the siding (D4 Dutchlap in Granite Gray), vented soffit in all eaves, and re-installing shutters and gutters.
Steyer – Siding (Royal Woodland Dutch Harvard Slate), stone façade (Dutch Quality Prestige Ledge Stone), front door (Milliken Craftsman), and gutters
Vogelgesang – Roof (CertainTeed Landmark Pro – Driftwood)
Mulkerin – We built and installed a roof over their existing brick patio. We also did their roof (CertainTeed Landmark Pro – Moire Black) and siding (Royal Woodland Straight lap)
Phelps – Roof (CertainTeed Presidential Shake – Aged Bark)
A Velux skylight job with our guys harnessed up/following OSHA-approved guidelines
We replaced the Schell’s siding with a Harvard Slate (color) Silver Siding system. We also replaced five pairs of shutters and removed two man doors.
At the Stanowick job, we removed the existing aluminum siding, fascia, gutters, and shutters. We replaced it by installing new Royal Woodland Siding in Walnut, continuous Royal hidden vented soffit, seamless gutters with hidden hangers, fascia, freeze board metal, and shutters. Check out the before and after photos below!
Pictures from the Burk family project. We used six 6×6 treated posts, 2×10 headers, and a tress system with 2×6’s to build a 16’x16’ wood pergola. All wood used was premium grade treated lumber.
The Ferrara family laundry room turned out great! We replaced their cabinets with Shaker, Antique White cabinets from Holiday Kitchen. We also replaced their faucet and sink, their counter top (now Caesarstone), and added subway patterned backsplash with a Mosaic accent. In addition to this, we relocated the washer/dryer (now a stackable unit) and the sink. We even added a coat closet and broom closet for them with roll-out drawers! View pictures of the project below!
Pictures from our most recent training module. During this training module, we went over tools and vocabulary necessary to complete the brake and caulking and we took the time to practice using the brake machine, brake buddy, wrapping windows, and caulking around windows. After Kevin reviewed the terms/vocab, he gave measurements and shapes to the in-house crew and had them practice transferring measurements to coil stock. They would then bend the metal to the correct size/shape. After sufficient practice with the brake machine, we then moved on to wrapping windows and caulking around the window. The training module took about 3 hours and was a great success!
Pictures from our recent training module covering trim. During this module, Kevin, our foreman, reviewed trim terminology and installation methods, went over the tools required for installation, and demonstrated safety protocol required for the job.
After Kevin’s lecture, it was time for our hands-on section of the training. We had two groups of two (the in-house crew and the office staff). One person in each group would measure the distance of the space where the trim will go and read the measurements to the other team member. The other team member would then measure the correct amount of base or shoe (trim) and miter (cut) the appropriate angle on each end of the piece of trim. After cutting the trim, that team member would hand the piece of trim back to the other team member to nail into our practice board (2×4 boards arranged at common angles found in real jobs). After they put up all of the base trim, they would then move on to putting the shoe on (each person would practice both jobs). Lastly, the team members would caulk any areas that need it.
Our team training to use the Schluter System. We are extremely excited to use the knowledge we have gained to install Schluter tile floors, showers, tubs and heated tile flooring! As you may already know, the Schluter name is synonymous with cutting edge technology. We are proud to use a product that is lightweight, but incredibly strong, and made with no hazardous chemicals.