This bathroom remodel had a soffit built into the ceiling area above the shower which the client wanted removed to increase the space of the bathroom. Upon removing the soffit, we discovered that electrical and plumbing lines were run through the space. These, of course, had to be relocated to allow for the desired layout of the wall and ceiling. The biggest issue with this seemingly simple adjustment was the load bearing beams seen in the background of the image. These beams cannot be altered, and they are immediately in the way of where we needed to re-route the plumbing lines! After some deductive reasoning, the most viable solution was to route the water lines against the concrete block wall and on to their final destination, everything worked out great with a very reasonable adjustment to the price of the job.
Owner & President Logan Steege relocated to Tampa in 2003 to assist in a local start-up building 25 new homes in under two years. In 2005 Jack O’ Trades was launched. In 2010 he acquired a State Certified Residential Contractor license (CRC 1330291). Logan has an uncanny eye for detail and imaginative functionality. Jack O’ Trades is more than a contractor bidding and completing your job, we will share ideas with you, inspire design, and work with you to visualize and create the best use of your space. Logan continues to keep both hands on every project, but also offers you his eyes for aesthetics and ears for understanding your desires to make you love where you live.