Long Beach condominium remodel
Buyers frequently purchase condos and engage in top-to-bottom remodels, but only rarely do you see a completed remodeling project that is truly impressive in scope and final results. Long Beach is one of the few condominiums in the area with a one-bedroom layout that has the master bedroom overlooking the waterfront instead of being buried at the back of the unit with no water views. The entire building has also recently undergone a complete restoration. This condo was purchased for $155,000 in January 2014, and the before and after photos shown here document the remarkable changes that have been made to this unit.
Resources for this remodel
Here is a list of the people that helped this buyer with this remodeling project.
The cabinets were made at Johnson's Cabinet Shop in Tallapoosa, GA.
The tile and showers were done by Strictly Business LLC owned by J.J. McDougall.
The granite was done by Rodrigo Mancilla at World Stone & Design.
Bathroom bowl sinks
Bathroom sinks were purchased at Home Depot.
Furniture was purchased at Hank's Fine Furniture on 23rd street.
Paint was done by Tomas Bukszar.
Appliances were purchased at The Appliance Center on West Oak St, Panama City.
Draperies were purchased at Draperies to Go in Panama City Beach.
The electrical was done by Lynn Conley in Panama City Beach.
Most of the wall hanging came from Kirkland's Home on 23rd Street.
The glass shower door was done by Panama Glass.
Last, but certainly not least, the owners said they would like to thank Mike Griffin and Sal Albano at Long Beach Resort. They were a great help in putting the owners in touch with all the contractors that needed for this remodel. Mike and Sal have also been doing a great job managing the association during the Long Beach Restoration project.
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