What we're currently working on.
Here are some pictures of a recent kitchen remodel from start to finish. During this process we removed existing cabinetry, relocated ductwork, installed new appliances, cabinets and backsplash. We also opened a window in the drywall so that one can see from the kitchen into the living room and it gives it more of an open feel as well. We also installed reclaimed, weathered wood around the windows by the kitchen table that gives the kitchen a warm feeling. To add the finishing touches we installed some beautiful crown molding around the tops of all the cabinets.
Following this will be Before and After pictures that allow you to see the transformation and compare.
Flooring and Accessible Ramp
Here, we designed and installed a landing ramp leading to the front door. While ramps are very useful for handicap individuals, they are also extremely convenient for others as well. We also removed the carpeting in the entire house and laid down vinyl flooring to allow easier wheelchair access. Grab bars were installed in the bathroom and are very helpful to any individual in preventing injuries in slipping/falling accidents. Also installed was a hand held shower head for comfort and control.
Home Renovation and Deck Installation
Here, we are remodeling the downstairs section of this house, which includes the garage, a bathroom and a living area. We opened up the entire space by knocking down the walls, although we had to be safe and make sure no load bearing walls were knocked down until temporary walls were built first. After the temporary walls were built we could remove the old beam and replace it with a heavy duty steel beam. We also closed off the garage door entrance.
We are also building a deck at this residence so we started on that. We dug the footers and filled them with concrete, put our anchors in and built our posts. Next, we built our beams that run the length of the deck. Next, will come the joists and deck boards.
Here are some pictures of a recent kitchen remodel from start to finish. During this process we removed existing cabinetry, installed new appliances, cabinets and backsplash. We also closed a window in the drywall from the kitchen into the living room. We also installed an energy efficient in place of an old bay window. To add the finishing touches we installed some beautiful crown molding around the tops of all the cabinets, changed color on the walls, and added tile flooring.
Here, we remodeled a bathroom to make the space more comfortable for the home owner. We started by removing the tub and sink, along with the existing closet, flooring, and tiled walls. Next, we installed a new vanity, sink as well as a linen closet. We also changed to color of the walls, and put tile up to surround the tub. Then came the tile flooring.
Here, we remodeled this kitchen to allow for a more open concept and more space for maneuverability and entertaining guests. We opened up an existing window in the drywall for a new entry way, and closed the old entry way. We also added a window in the drywall to be able to see into the dinning area. We replaced the old cabinetry with more updated style cabinets. We installed new appliances, recess lighting, and countertops. For the finishing touches we added crown molding to the cabinets, backsplash, as well as changed the color of the kitchen. Below you will see the full transformation with before, during, and after photos.
Here are some pictures of a recent kitchen remodel we completed. As you can see, we removed all the cabinets, appliances, island, and flooring. We added a tile floor in a single basket weave pattern, and tile backsplash. All new cabinets and appliances were expertly installed. A few more finishing touches were added including cutting board style counter top on the island and granite counter tops for the rest of the kitchen. Here you will see pictures of the transformation of this beautiful kitchen.
Here we are working on a large addition on a home. The addition is an easily accessible large space for the home owner to enjoy once they retire. The addition includes a large walk-in closet, large bathroom with tub and steam shower, large bedroom, and a fireplace. We’ve installed a barn door for entry from the house to the addition and a sliding glass door for entry from the outside. For added touches we’ve installed pocket doors, a sky light, efficient windows and recessed lighting throughout the addition. Here you be able see pictures of some of the process of building the new addition.
Here we finished and remodeled a basement for the home owner. We took the open space and turned it into a second living space for the home owner. We’ve sectioned space for a room with exceptional closet space. We added a full bathroom, a tv area, and a work area. We installed recessed lights to brighten up the area and added plenty of closet space for the home owner to use for storage. We’ve turned a space that was once only for storage into a completely livable area. Below you will be able to see pictures of the transformation.
Here we are working on an addition on a home. The addition is an easily accessible large space for the home owner to enjoy with their growing family. The addition includes a full bath, laundry room, and living space. We’ve installed entry from the outside. For added touches we’ve installed energy efficient windows and recessed lighting throughout the addition. Here you be able see pictures of some of the process of building the new addition.
Here we finished a basement for a home owner. We turned the basement into a fully functional recreation/living space. Below are pictures of the transformation.
310 Perkiomen Avenue
P.O. Box 993
Oaks, PA 19456
R & M Construction Co. is owned and operated by Ronald W. Riker, CR, UDCP
Areas We Serve
We serve the Philadelphia suburbs in parts of Montgomery, Chester, and Berks Counties. You’ll usually see us in Collegeville, Trappe, Oaks, Audubon, Royersford, Spring City, Limerick, East Norriton, West Norriton, Trooper, Pottstown, Gilbertsville, Phoenixville, Kimberton, Chester Springs, and King of Prussia. Of course, there are lots of small towns we haven’t listed.
If you’re in Southeastern Pennsylvania and have a project you’d like us to look at, please call or email and we’ll see if it’s something we can do.