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Kitchen Remodel / Hardwood Flooring Install

Observatory Circle, Ithaca, NY

After some minor flooding, the homeowner decided to remodel the main floor of their home. All new Brazilian oak flooring, lighting and electrical upgrades, island dining bar, maple cabinetry, appliances, quartz counter-tops, custom stainless back-splash, and a new paint scheme.

Lake Access Staircase

Lake Forrest Ln. Lansing, NY

Just north of Salt Point we constructed this six landing, 63 step staircase. It begins directly off a path from the home on top of the hill, and ends across the railroad tracks from their dock. We created this to meander down the hill overcoming steep grades, while also avoiding trees and large root systems.

Bathroom Renovation

Observatory Circle, Ithaca, NY

This small bath received some much needed attention. It began with a complete gut of the existing. New insulation, drywall, and paint. Updated electrical, new heat source, and exhaust fan. They chose a Swanstone walk in shower instead of the old tub/shower combo. Karndean luxury vinyl floor and a rustic vanity made from 100 year old reclaimed lumber.

Pole Barn Upgrade

Besemer Hill Rd. Ithaca, NY

What was one a neglected open frame pole barn complete with dirt floor is now this gem of a barn. After plumbing out existing posts and framing for new doors and windows, it was sided with hemlock. A concrete floor was poured with drainage. Upgraded LED lighting was installed. Custom automatic sliding and overhead doors allow for versatile use. And what garage would be complete without a custom multi-level work bench.

Pokeland Restaurant Design/Build

Seneca St. and Dryden Rd. Ithaca, NY

From its humble raw beginnings to the final product, this is a great example of the transformations which are possible with Boyer Contracting. From initial concept, with assistance by ADR Associates in Freeville and B&W Supply, we created a contemporary, clean, and functional space for this casual dining concept. A second location in College town soon followed.