M & R is a family owned and operated business that specializes in kitchen and bathroom remodeling. We are located in Danbury, CT and serve the greater New Fairfield, CT area. Our focus is to make our client’s visions and dreams become a reality by fully collaborating throughout the project with the client and our remodeling experts. Our objective is to deliver the best value based on our client’s budgetary needs. Whether you are looking to update your home for resale, repairing to increase the value of your home, or creating the bathroom or kitchen of your dreams, the M & R team looks forward to working with you on your next project.
What to expect when hiring us?
When hiring M & R, your project will consist of the following:
Project Manager - You will be provided a project manager for the duration of your project. The project manager will handle: scheduling workers, overseeing the project, and answering any questions or concerns you may have along the way. You can contact them by phone or email.
Demolition - We handle all the tearing down and removal of debris, most times there will be a dumpster onsite.
Framing - All nessesscary framing work is handled by our experienced carpenter, depending on the size of the job most framing is completed within 1-2 days.
Plumbing - Our licensed plumbers will come in and complete the rough plumbing work. Once the drywall and finish floor is complete the plumbers will come back to install all fixtures.
Electrical - Our licensed electricians will complete the rough electrical work, this typically takes about a day. They will return once the drywall has been hung and taped.
Drywall and Taping - This part of the project is one of the most crucial and is done by our professional "taper" to ensure the walls come out smooth and even.
Windows, Doors & Trim - After the drywall has been taped, it's now time for the installation of windows, doors, and trim.
Painting - Finally the ceiling, walls, trim, and doors have to be painted. It's a good idea to know the paint color ahead of time, so you're not rushing to pick one out towards the end of your project.