When Troianiello Masonry and Construction Services, Inc., was contacted for the project in November of 2013, we couldn’t wait to get started. We worked hand-in-hand with the business owner to bring the new showroom to life. The former Exeter showroom had a warehouse feel which was definitely something the owner wanted to bring along to the new space. The vision was to create an environment as unique as the home furnishings they sell—industrial and chic.
The first order of business was to rid the unflattering drab carpeting. It took a team of ten to fully remove the carpet and rid all of the glue residue. The concrete floor was then sanded and a gloss finish was applied that highlighted the natural character and aging of the surface giving it a marbled appearance. Our team further renovated sections of the building to include larger doors for ease of shipping and receiving, framing an additional 10′ x10′ entrance leading to an added room expansion, and an L-shaped countertop was constructed for the sales area with wall and space renovations to create an office area for the staff.
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