Whether gaining space through an addition, or finding new ways to use the space you have, remodeling can modernize the function and form of any home.
Fire burning 6’ x 8’ sauna surrounded by a 12’ x 16’ covered deck. Composite decking, metal roofing, fibrous concrete siding and an all cedar interior.
Copper Hill Office
12’ x 16’ office with a matching covered porch all over a 16’ x 32’ concrete slab. Siding and trim are fibrous concrete that are impervious to bugs and rot.
mile high cabin
The exterior walls and roof were completed by the time I became involved in this project. With the help of one other tradesman, we installed awnings, a second floor loft and ceiling covering. I built the stairs and railing, and installed the wainscoting and wood flooring. Almost all of the materials we used had been milled from trees grown on the property.
Bastrop – New Construction
1600 square feet on two floors built inside of a new steel building. First floor is one 800 square foot room; top floor is one large office and a climbing wall recreation area.
franklin – remodel
Enclosed a covered porch and added 30′ of enclosed hallway to open walls, add windows and move the front entry door 40′. Matched ceiling, added the round post to open what had been the front door area. Also remodeled second-floor patio, adding a pergola.
Echo – Porch restoration
Returned the porch layout of this 1906 beauty to the original floor plan. Built the porch, railings, enclosed ceiling, and installed the main entry door and sidelights.
Hyde Park – apartment
Renovated and greatly expanded an apartment attached to the garage. Expanded from 200 to 750 sq.’. Open floorplan and wooden truss-supported ceiling.
Griffth Park – Library
Bookcases along two walls and a new mantel using reclaimed components.