BMF Construction
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For 30 years, BMF has been a trusted name in the San Francisco Bay Area, transforming homes into stunning new spaces. We are an award winning Remodeler, superb problem solvers, employ clear and open communications, incorporate the best materials and methods, and provide our clients with the ideas and options that will transform their homes from the ordinary, to the extraordinary!

Every client and project is unique, with their own set of objectives, concerns, budget and vision. BMF employs a flexible four phase building system which is created to provide the optimum balance of value, performance and delivery for each project. A specific crew and specialty team is assigned to each job. We do not use a "cookie cutter" method for every project, but employ the correct balance of team members, methods, materials and design to assure that particular project is a success.

Services Provided
Custom Homes, Earthquake Retrofitting, Foundation Construction, Garage Building, Green Building, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, New Home Construction, Attic Restoration, Basement Remodeling, Basement Waterproofing, Bathroom Remodeling, Cedar Siding, Concrete Construction, Custom Home Bars, Foundation Repair, General Contracting, Kitchen Remodeling, Porch Design & Construction, Shed Design & Construction, Shower Installation, Siding Installation, Skylight Installation, Stair Installation, Wine Cellar Installation, additions, master suite, bathroom additions, whole house remodels, condominium remodeling, pool house, staircases, exterior facades, roof decks, bungalows

Areas Served
Belmont, Brisbane, Burlingame, Colma, El Granada, Foster City, Highlands-Baywood Park, Hillsborough, Millbrae, Montara, Moss Beach, Redwood City, San Bruno, San Carlos, San Francisco, San Mateo, woodside

Certifications and Awards
Certified Remodeler, Green Certified Building Professional, EPA Certification, Multiple awards, NARI
San Francisco's Luxury Home Remodeling Studio I 4X Best of Houzz

Location: 723 Camino Plaza, 313
San Bruno, CA 94066
License Number: #509052
Commented: would you-1. keep the beams 2. paint the beams? 3. remove the beams I suggest keeping the beams, but possibly removing the Dentil molding . If you feel the beams are too rustic, you can encase them in a simple 1x material, then stain or paint.
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Commented: Remodel- will 48" vanity work? What about the old medicine cabinet 48" should be fine for a guest bath, but you will lose some storage. Also, when you remove the old there may be some cleaning or patching because the new unit will be smaller and there may be cau...
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Commented: Unslightly transition from tile to drywall - need advice It appears that the drywall was cut short of the Schluter edge, and compound was placed between the Schluter and the cut edge in the gap? Options could be to a. retrofit a metal edge into it and apply...
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Commented: crown molding Crown molding can be a very nice touch, but it does depend on the style of architecture (it may look out of place in a very modern home). Pictures of the rooms would help. You might want to look in Ho...
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Commented: new tile floor discoloration Most likely the pan is leaking/ water proofing issue (as indicated above) may not have lapped membrane system up/over the curb, among other things. If so, must take out pan and install new.
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Commented: Basement ceiling options If painting the exposed framing/floor above, I would paint it all (flat) and eliminate any furring pieces that were used as nailers or trim. Paint the dark color down to bottom of joists with a clean ...
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