"Let us handle the list, so you have more time with your Honey"
Author: Honey-Do Handyman Service
My name is Daniel Terry, I am the owner of Honey-Do Handyman Service, LLC. We are a local handyman service providing help to residential customers for anything from the little small jobs that you can't find anyone to do, to full bathroom re-models, to privacy & horse fence repair & construction to deck design & build projects. Visit our website @ www.honeysdolist.com to see a list of available services offered, view past project photos, read customer reviews, or click on and fill out the "schedule a free estimate" form from the menu and see what we can help with on your honey-do list. Thanks for checking us out, we hope we can assist you on your next project or marking off that list. As we say "Let us handle the List, so you have more time with your Honey."
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This has been an ongoing side project for about 6 to 8 months. I finally got it finished about a month ago. I built out the basement from just concrete floors and the exterior block walls. I did most the work myself with just a little assistance here and there to help hang the ceiling material & drywall and to do a lot of the painting. The basement now has a large laundry room with utility sink, folding table, full size ironing board, and space for a sowing section. Almost a complete second kitchen just shy of needing a stove. It has its own pantry.
A general gathering area with three built-in bookshelves that have Wayne’s coating across the bottom.
A flat screen TV, dart board, and regulation size 8 ft. by 4 ft. three-piece slate pool table to entertain family and friends.
The general area and kitchenette area both have ply bead board ceilings with 6-in. recessed accent lighting going around the perimeter of the room.
A full third bathroom with tub and shower. It has 12-inch by 24-inch ceramic tiles laid in a subway style pattern from the top of the tub to the ceiling, and stone inlay running vertically from the top of the tub all the way to ceiling accenting the shower controls and set in the back of the built in shelf centered on the back wall.
And last but not least, what could be a fourth bedroom or office with closet that has built in cedar pant rack and shelf & I think the coolest special feature. Which is the built-in bookshelf that is actually a secret door that was in my last post.
Below are pictures of the entire basement and some of the rest of the house when it was staged for sale. The house has since sold and is occupied by the new owners. If you have any maintenance or home improvement projects you would like to do. Please contact us to schedule a free estimate.
We are currently working on a project to finish a basement. In the back we built room for a in-home office. But there was more unfinished storage space past that. So we needed some sort of door or something to block it off, but still be able to have access, when needed. So I decided to get a little creative with this one. I had seen an article some time back about a secret door. So I decided to see if we could make that happen. We did, and it Came out wonderfully. It even has a book you have to tilt backwards to release the latch. Just like the movies… Lol Below are some pictures & a video of the finished product. Along with a brief description of how it all came together.
I started by building a bookcase from cabinet grade plywood just slightly smaller than the door opening. I used the same hinges that I had read about in the article I mentioned before. ( SOSS Hinges) they worked great. But they’re latching mechanism wouldn’t work in my case, because their bookshelf opened out and I need this one to open in. It took me about a day to fabricate up something that would work for my particular situation. I ended up using the guts out of an old door knob some picture hanging wire and a couple of eye bolts. I found an old book with a good hard cover and used it for the opening mechanism.
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Anything big or small ordinary or outrageous we are ready to take on the challenge. Thanks to everyone who like and shares. Please click the follow button on our webpage and follow us on social media. I hope I can build a few more of these someday. Next I think we might try some secret compartment furniture or something.
Here are some photos of our most recent deck projects. We added or relocated the stairs. Then installed some under skirting to create lockable storage areas under the decks. It also helps the overall visual aesthetics of the deck.
Pressure treated wood takes time to dry out, before it can be stained or painted. Get your deck addition or restoration done now, so it’s ready to be stained and enjoyed in the spring.
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