As a Nevada licensed general contractor, Treeline Woodworks is capable of taking on your next home remodeling project. Services include: Kitchen and Bath remodels; Decks, Stairs and Railings; Additions; Fireplace and Mantel installations; Exterior Facelifts; Siding; Flooring; Door Installation; Fences; Repairs; etc. A beautiful end product with clear and dependable communication is our goal with each and every project no matter size or scope.
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The sink is located where the washer and dryer used to be in this bathroom before we remodeled. Although we leave the tile work to our fine specialty contractors, we always check to make sure shower heads are at proper height, centered in wall, niches are proper size and etc. No detail is too small even in a guest bath.
We turned this guest closet into a full bath. To make up for the lost closet space we installed a full wardrobe cabinet to the right and left of the pocket door we installed to this bath. The bath includes a bench and custom niche on tile layout.
We reconfigured this kitchen moving the island and adding gas to the stove. We installed new cabinets, doors and trim, and new hydronic heated floors warm the new wood flooring.
The granite on this Wetbar waterfall down the wall adjacent as seen in the entry photo. A hidden wine-fridge completes this full service addition.
We built a Cornice to hide the track for the blinds among other things in this picture. (New lighting, move plumbing, new cabinets, new granite, new drywall texture, new floors, new baseboard and trim, new appliances,hydronic heating, warmboard, painting, new faucet)
The Granite overflowing from the top in this entry provided the POP this homeowner was looking for. That and beautiful hardwood floors put in by a speciality contractor, one of the many Treeline Woodworks collaborates with on a daily basis to ensure your project is completed professionally.
This barn door hides a laundry room we moved from the upstairs of this Condo into this downstairs hallway. The homeowner thought that the wood siding on the walls would be a good look, I agree!
We took out the ceiling in the shower area, removed framed in Jacuzzi tub and installed a freestanding tub. Installed new reclaimed cabinets, with a concrete counter top and concrete sinks. New Floor tile and Shower tile.
We re-configuired the kitchen, adding a new gas line for gas stove, moving location of refriderator, reconfigured pantry, new panty door, new cabinets, new farmhouse sink, new granite countertops, new hardwood floors, new tile backsplash.
Reconfig kitchen including stove and Fridge and Stove. Reconfig Pantry w/new pantry door. New gas line for gas stove. New cabinets, granite tops, farm-sink, black tile-backsplash.
Beams were added to the wall in this bedroom to give a look of exposed trusses. The new beams were matched to the existing beams in house and the interior of the "Faux Truss" was filled with circle sawn barnwood with metal clavos.
Barnwood Door shown in conjunction with a reclaimed non-structual post and circular sawn paneling.
Painted white ceilings and new blue pine floors update the look in this living room.
Industrial pipe shelving unit built in with reclaimed barnwood paneling for the shelves.
Circle Sawn new conventional wood was used to frame this mirror, reclaimed barn wood was used for the paneling.
Conventional Lumber distressed to look like older reclaimed wood was used in making this Shelf. Made from to duplicate a Pin on Pinterest.
The wood used as the frame for this headboard came from a piece of driftwood found on a beach in Tahoe.
Reclaimed beams were used to frame this door way into the bath. Reclaimed paneling was used on the walls as well.
Solid reclaimed intermediary beams with reclaimed paneling used to wrap the joists in the ceiling of this room.
This ornamental cornice and corbal were built to hide automatic blinds above the french doors.
Reclaimed Wood Panelling, live-edge floating shelves, decorative clavo's, cowhide Flatscreen T.V. Frame, Alder Trim.
Reclaimed Beam was used to make this "Saddle" bench. Made to duplicate a Pin on Pinterest.
Log Acents where used for this side by side twin beds, made from reclaimed timber.
These shelves were made from leftover material. Circle Sawn Paneling behind.
A reclaimed barnwood wainscot was added to this bathroom along with log accents around the window to mirror a large tree visible from the window.
This table was made from dimensional redwood lumber and given a live edge look.
Owner Adam Robb is a Tahoe Native and started Treeline Woodworks in culmination of 15+ years in the construction industry. Soon after college graduation, he moved to the East Coast and went to work as a safety director and estimator for a commercial stucco and metal framing company before moving on to work as an assistant construction manager overseeing the construction of over 50 homes in two developments. Not long after getting married, he and his wife moved back to Tahoe where Adam spent the next seven years working for his families construction company as a carpenter and foreman, eventually getting certified in the L.E.E.D. for Homes program as a LEED AP. During this time he oversaw the LEED Silver Certification of a home in Incline Village Nv, one of the only LEED Certified homes in the basin.
Adam Robb, LEED AP
N.V. General Contractor
P.O. Box 6721
Incline Village, NV