This house suffered from a fire that gutted the garage and severely damaged the adjoining kitchen and family room. Most of the remaining house, including the main floor, roof and basement, was severely damaged by smoke and water. Prior to the fire, the house had undergone several room additions over the years, and they were easily noticeable as add-ons.
We demolished the house down to the floor, leaving most of the basement framing and about 1/3rd of the old main floor framing. We rebuilt the house, changing the original entry layout and raising the ceiling height to a 9 ft. minimum.
We constructed a new roof with a steeper pitch in order to integrate the new, functional floor plan. The living room has an expansive vaulted ceiling with many windows. Additional features include sculptured drywall, cove lighting, custom cabinetry and millwork, slab stone counters and hardwood flooring. We also created a front-facing walkout for the basement. At the rear of the home, we built a covered patio with 20′ peak and a full outdoor kitchen. We constructed a new, 3 car garage with extra deep bays, 10’ ceilings and accessible storage above. Additional exterior work includes beautiful open patios, refinished driveway, sprinkler system and landscaping.