Breaking Ground

Somehow, demolition seems to be everyone's favorite part of renovations. Who doesn't love a sledge hammer or sawzall making the sheetrock fly? For our newest project, we had some outside demolition to do, which can be tricky without planning and forethought.

The plans for this renovation were developed painstakingly through a process of refining needs and wants and balancing that with our homeowner's budget. Life didn't stand still while our clients thought carefully about this addition and remodel, but we kept talking and working through solutions. Great communication with our homeowner and willingness to be flexible brought this reno from blueprints to steel toe boots & sledgehammers. We know that this project is going to be just the RIGHT fit for our client and are so excited to break ground!

 Boys and their toys! This skid steer worked on the site prep for a new foundation.

Boys and their toys! This skid steer worked on the site prep for a new foundation.

 The old breakfast room wall was torn down after a new temporary wall was built to protect the house (and its occupants). 

The old breakfast room wall was torn down after a new temporary wall was built to protect the house (and its occupants). 

 New temp wall in the breakfast room. 

New temp wall in the breakfast room. 

 Rebar in place for the new footers. 

Rebar in place for the new footers. 

Our clients are expanding their kitchen, remodeling the master bath, and making a improving their outdoor entertainment space with a covered porch and open deck. This plan fits both their budget AND their needs. Sounds like a win-win!