There & Back Again

January 19,2024

As we head into the winter months and the end of another year, we here at JKC have much to be thankful for. Over the past year we have had the opportunity to work on a multitude of differing projects, from full home remodels, single room updates, exterior repairs to even a new house build, 2023 has brought a bit of everything.


The last 6 months have brought with it a variety of projects scattered around the west Michigan area. East Grand Rapids afforded us the privilege of getting to work on two projects. At the first project we performed some exterior repairs on a beautiful classic home. At the second, we took some time to attentively repair a sinking floor in a gorgeous 100 year old home.



The home remodel on the Thornapple River was completed and we were able to enjoy a wonderful project closing get together with the customers and all those that were involved with the project.



In the Ada area we had the chance to remodel a customer’s kitchen/dinning room, eliminating a wall separating the areas and giving them a new bigger space for their growing family.



Out in Hudsonville we transformed a simple breezeway into a wonderful entry way for a family by adding wainscoting to all the walls and building a welcoming locker space.




Down in Kalamazoo we repaired a customers rotting deck beams and engineered an innovative way to capture and shed all water with an integrated under deck gutter system.




Insulating and incorporating rough sawn pine walls into an existing classic barn to help transform it into a mechanics garage while maintaining its rustic flavor took place in Hudsonville.


The end of 2023 has brought us out to the shores of Lake Michigan in the Norton Shores area where a challenging yet exciting remodel kicked off leading us into the new year.


As the days and months keep moving so do we here at JKC. We have so much to be thankful for from the work set before us to the customers we get the privilege to interact with, the opportunities God continues to place before us are never forgotten at JKC.