Chuck Saxton is the ideal general contractor. He is extremely fair minded. Throughout the project there was never any doubt that we could fully depend on Chuck's word. He has an informal, easy-going manner yet he is extremely conscientious and detail oriented.
We couldn't love out new upstairs more and we wouldn't think of calling anyone else for any future remodeling needs.
1475 S. Jersey Way
Denver, CO 80224
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|This kitchen addition in the Highlands was great fun! Tom and Marilyn paid special attention to detail. Our beautiful granite counters, recycled fir floors, custom matched brickwork and even custom stair rails make the addition a seamless blend with the character of this early 1900's house. Historic Denver selected Saxton Construction as a recommended contractor after seeing this project.|
|This kitchen, and the owners, Laura and Scott, were an absolute delight. As you can see, we all had great fun with colors and finishes. We installed beautiful cherry cabinets, Corian counter-tops, high-end linoleum, lighting, and appliances. We also added two bay windows and enclosed an exterior patio to make a dining room. This typically would have been a 3 or 4 month job. We did all the work in 21 days. The photographer thought this kitchen was so perfect that it should go in to a magazine such as Country Living.|
|This very modest size kitchen originally was 3 tiny rooms. We removed all of the walls, installed very high-end cabinets (and did some custom cabinet work ourselves), granite tops, and laid very customized tile. We went to great pains to meet this customer's very detailed expectations. We all had fun with this project. We also installed custom glass doors and hutches, a wet bar, and partially remodeled his bathroom. We re-worked the stairwell to the basement and poured a concrete floor for additional basement storage. Custom painting and a new oak floor beautifully finished off this work.|
|It is hard to capture the scale of this job. We removed all the kitchen, living room, family room, and dining room walls in this 1960's house, and then raised the ceiling. We had to install a 40' long beam to replace the bearing walls we removed. Chris and Lorni have two young children and wanted a large open space for them all to live in and play in. We installed an entirely new kitchen with maple cabinets, granite counter-tops, oak flooring, and lots of lighting. We replaced all of the old windows with Pella windows. This project also was typically a 3 to 4 month job that took us 35 days, one day over our original estimate.|
|During Sue and Carl's remodel we took out many walls and created an entirely new space with a wide open feel. We installed Mission style oak cabinets, oak flooring and a custom tile counter. This project included tons of custom details on the sink, hardware and windows to accent the new interior space.|
|This kitchen/addition was done for a serious cook, and her husband, also a serious outdoor cook. We replaced and added to the existing maple cabinets, installed granite counter-tops, new sink and faucet, and oak flooring. We built a small breakfast nook/kitchen desk/cubby-storage addition, and then built a patio cover for the family to use in all weather wet or dry. This is the fifth project we've done for these folks.|
|Just down the hill from Scott and Laura's kitchen, her sister had us finish a new area of the basement, and demolish and refinish the existing basement including the beautiful fireplace. We solved the puzzle of proper lighting, cut out concrete walls for better access to the family room, and cut an exterior window and sliding door into a concrete wall. We also installed glass in the top of an interior bedroom to bring in natural light. This job was finished in less than 3 weeks.|
|Tom and Jody had a very small kitchen that we doubled in size. We installed new cabinets, installed granite counters and an undermount sink. The stove got a unique tile backsplash for a touch of fun and color and we tied the project together by refinishing the existing wood floors to bring out their color and we tiled the kitchen and mud room.|
|This 1915 Bungalow started with an attic and ended with a giant master suite, a sitting area, bathroom and guest bedroom.|
|We converted an existing bedroom into a new master bath and closet. A Euro shower with multiple controls, custom tile work in the shower and on the vanity, and black lacquered cabinets make this an exceptionally great bath area. We added a new room to the house off the bathroom for a workout room/guest bed.|
|We brought the outside of the house in during this addition of a master bath and bedroom. We discretely hid the addition of this Sloan's Lake house to keep the outside character while still adding a substantial master bath for a comforting get-away.|
|This beautiful Trex deck overlooks the foothills and the distant city of Denver. There are 4 levels and two sets of long stairs. The railings are of glass supported by wood and Trex framing and trim. The homeowners get to look out in the morning at deer and bears in their yard, and sometimes, even on the deck itself.|
|This project created the cook's dream kitchen! The addition greatly increased the size of the home and included this beautiful kitchen, a dining room, new bath area and a sewing room. We installed custom glass doors to display Laura's artistic tapestries throughout the house.|
|This kitchen remodel and addition features beautiful red birch cabinets, Corian counters, hardwood floors, and a breakfast bar connecting the new living space. A separate area for pantry, china and water dispenser rounds out the project.|