New service panel
AFCI breakers for Bedrooms, living/dining room, hall
Fire Exit Sign
Supply and Drain
Independent Receptacle for:
Counter Top Receptacles (splits)
Supply and Drain
Sink / Vanity. (requires mirror and medicine cabinet)
Exhaust Fan (and venting to the outside.
Laundry? 30amp service and ventilation
-Remove existing drywall and install appropriate humidity resistant drywall
-Floor Tile ???
LIVING/DINING. BEDROOM(S), HALL
Internet/Telephone CAT6 Hub
Television HUB CAT6 / RG6
Casings and baseboards
Door hinges and handles
Crown Molding. ???
Sanded and Stained
POINTS of CONCERN
2nd Fire Exit
Railing for Stairs
Heating and AC ???
Entrance Door Lock?
I have put together some points on this page to determine some of the often overlooked aspects of planning.
You may find some use in previous articles that I wrote:
21 Questions to Ask Your Contractor Before Hiring
Also you can see our Service Agreement HERE. This is established so that you can get a vibe of what to expect from us as a company if you choose to enter into a relationship with us.
Below are some photos of concept suggestions that I have, to surface mount conduit for the electrical, to paint the ceilings black and to use a an Ikea Kitchen. (its a slide show, you can click the arrows to speed through the grouping of photos)
The First grouping of photos are of electrical conduit in condominiums.
I have added some photos below for your consideration. After looking at the condition of the electrical in the apartment, my suggestion would be to go with a surface mounted conduit. This would be safer, and it would be easier to install.
This gives a sophisticated and timeless décor to the unit.
The Second grouping of photos are of condos with Black ceilings. with such high ceilings, and ceilings prone to staining, the black would give a warming allure to the unit that would stand out.
The Third grouping of photos are samples of budget friendly kitchens from Ikea. Ikea's mid and high range kitchens are of the dame quality found at Home Depot and Lowes, for a fraction of the price. They offer a beautiful assortment of options and designs.
A concept that I recommend to go with is white upper cabinets, which will keep the room bright at eye level, and use a darker color for the base. This will provide a pleasing contrast with a modern and contemporary yet timeless feel, and will not show the scuffs and dirt that is usually associated with lower cabinets.
These are just some preliminary thoughts...