On January 1, a fire broke out at this residence in the middle of the night. The fire and extinguishing efforts caused significant interior, exterior and structural damage. This led to a crossroad decision: keep the building and renovate or demolish and reconstruct?
Time To Rebuild
Ultimately, the customer decided to retain the original structure and instead do a full renovation.
Add 210 square feet of living space
Raise the living room ceilings to 10’
Integrate a hip style roof in place of the gable roof
Install all new windows, doors, siding and roof
Completely redesign the interior
Stabilize the foundation by removing the “telephone poles” on which the home sat and replace them with new concrete block columns with termite shields
The Renovation Continues
Addition of a standby generator
600 square feet of covered deck
New plumbing and electrical
New fully communicating, variable speed, super high efficiency HVAC system
Upon completion, the home will attractive, efficient, comfortable and practical. Stay tuned for further updates.