After several years in the home, Dan & Maureen realized it had been built backwards 🙂 so we moved the kitchen from the middle over the the left, into the family room and removed an underutilized fireplace to free up wall space. We moved the dining room from the right into the middle, where the
This modular home suffered from some lower quality construction materials. Ruth decided to remodel after existing particle board subflooring failed under normal kitchen wear and tear. Once we started work, we found all sorts of minor electrical and plumbing work we didn’t like. We were able to remove and replace these items within the scope
Its remarkable how much difference a little attention to detail and some thoughtful design can make.This kitchen had a dropped ceiling and was up 2 steps from the adjacent family room. We were able to stretch the raised floor a for a foot or so, then develop pantry storage, dropping down to cabinetry at the
A newer home, built in a French Provincial style, the otherwise gracious plan lacked a formal dining room. We were able to develop a plan that replaced an awkward existing solarium style door to the yard with anew custom french door to a new dining room. To meet the owners request for expansive glass, we
This job presented a number of design and structural challenges. The owner was intent on adding a sunroom, but wanted a higher quality of finish than was available in a typical manufactured room. In addition, the sunroom and an attached deck were built on the second story, above an existing deck at the first floor.