This family was desperate to escape the split foyer model of their home but loved the location and wanted to stay in place. Great Eastern custom designed and built this project to make those needs met.
These clients had tons of yard space - but wanted a covered and screened porch system they could use year round. Great Eastern handled the full design and build of this project and coordinated all permits with the county as well.
These clients wanted to upgrade their great room and get away from the wood burning stove insert. The convenience and ease of a new gas fireplace that allows a crackling fire with the push of a button just can't be beat.
This client wanted something more permanent and more attractive for their upper level foyer. We designed this simple built in bookcase system to fit perfectly in the space.
This project was a big one - and our favorite to date. 7 months from start to finish with crews on site every single day.
This owner was a pleasure to work with from start to finish. The client was an interior designer with a vision to transform this small townhouse into something modern and elegant.
These owners have a beautiful waterfront view - but wanted some privacy along with the option to close off this porch in the winter.
These clients wanted to make use of their unfinished attic, but the space was tight and pull-down stairs were not a viable option.
This historic downtown Annapolis project showed some real potential but needed serious upgrades from the 1925 construction plan. The property required a full gut and resulted in all new mechanicals, electrical runs, and plumbing lines.
The existing deck / screen porch system at this property was failing and leaking water into the screen porch area below. A complete overhaul was required and came out better than imagined.
These clients wanted to create a half bathroom on the main level but were limited with space in their Federal Hill townhouse. We were able to take an existing coat closet and convert it into a bathroom with custom finished fixtures.
This waterfront property in annapolis needed some exterior hardscapes to add some usable space to the backyard area.
This bathroom transformation turned out amazing. The clients worked with a designer to create a very unique and elegant look throughout.
This deck was in rough shape, in much need of replacement, and unsafe for the kids to play on. Rotten framing and support posts called for a full demo and rebuild. A new deck was constructed using Trex decking and an Intex Extruded railing system.
This waterfront property in Edgewater was prime real estate. Located on a peninsula with over 180 degrees of water views, it needed some updates to help place this property at the top the of market.
Do you know the last time your HVAC ducts or dryer vent was cleaned? If you don't know the answer to that question, then you need to have yours cleaned. We are HEPA Vac certified and will clean and sanitize all air ducts.
This house was recently purchased but hadn't been updated in decades. The new owners wanted a complete remodel before moving in and calling it their new home.
This kitchen / remodel turned out amazing. We removed walls on the first floor and installed a load bearing beam to open up the kitchen to the dining room.
This sunroom addition on the water in Annapolis turned out beautiful.
This client had a great back yard with an existing deck - but wanted a screened in porch area as well.
This guest bathroom in Federal Hill was in serious need of upgrading. They havent made tubs in that color pink in decades!
This waterfront home in Annapolis already had a beautiful backyard and screened in porch - but the owners wanted some open air sitting space with room to grill.
This was your standard split foyer in Annapolis, MD. Closed off kitchen with load bearing walls that made the rooms and overall first floor feel much smaller than it really is.
This basement had that classic 1970's feel to it. Panel walls, Dark wood floors and trim, Drop ceiling tiles, and a pretty inconvenient bar set up that was taking up valuable space at the base of the stairs.
This back yard in Annapolis MD was covered in poison ivy and tree roots and causing major drainage issues for the basement.
This unfinished basement in the city of Gaithersburg had all the potential to add significant usable square footage to this property.
This large renovation involved relocating the kitchen to a new room, converting the old kitchen to a laundry room / mud room and more.
These flat roofing systems in baltimore city were failing and in much need of replacement.
This remodel in Rockville was on the 12th Floor of The Wisconsin condominium building.
This deck and siding replacement project in Beltsville was much needed.
This owner was stationed overseas but wanted to remodel his kitchen and upgrade the exterior appearance at his rental property here in MD.