Gove Restoration

We built this screen porch to match the existing style of the house. We used all composite trim boards, including the beadboard ceiling. Composite decking was installed along with Certainteed Cedar Impressions siding. We installed a beautiful 12 light wood door into the sun porch and full height screens which are removable.

We completely rebuilt this 1920's front entryway. We used Lifespan naturally pressure treated lumber for all of the trim details and installed a naturally finished douglas fir ceiling. Douglas fir flooring and stair treads were installed along with a period style light fixture. New fiberglass replica columns and beautiful cedar railings pay tribute to the 1920s style.

We removed the moving parts in the original casement windows. We left the original window frame and retrofitted the opening to receive new aluminum clad exterior windows which had a select pine interior. By doing this, the original oak trim work was saved. We had to build out the exterior of each window so that trim could be reinstalled. On the interior, we used the original oak pieces that were removed during demolition to trim out the new windows to look like they had always been there. After stain and polyurethane, you would never know that these were replacement windows!

Built dining room addition, with partial cathedral ceiling, off rear of house. Connected dining room addition to kitchen and created a half-wall in-between the two rooms. Hardwood floors were installed and stained to match the existing hardwood floors. Molding was installed to match the existing molding of the house.

Built kitchen extension and 2 story garage attached to the house (built in the 1800s) by a mudroom with a slate floor. A brick shelf was installed to replicate the existing brick foundation. The style of the additions replicated the existing structure. Custom built ins were installed in the mudroom and kitchen extension along with a custom island.

We added the two story bump-out on the back, along with the composite deck and rail system. Completely stripped the old siding off. Installed composite trim with an integrated channel for the siding. Installed all new window trim, also with an integrated channel for the siding. Added new doors and windows.

We added a dormer to this cape in Black Point Beach. We took an existing closet at the top of the stairs and expanded it into the adjoining bedrooms. We installed marble tiles and a black granite threshold along with a white vanity and linen cabinet. A shower stall was also installed along with new lighting. A larger closet was installed in one of the bedrooms and eave access panels were cut into the eave walls. The newel post at the foot of the stairs was stripped and refinished. On the main level, knotty pine paneling was primed with a stain blocking primer and was painted giving it a nice updated feel. The old dining cabinetry was removed and new cabinetry was installed along with granite counters and a composite headboard backsplash. The main level hardwood floors were refinished once renovations were complete.

We rebuilt this three season room by re-framing the walls, installing beautiful new windows, and installing new wainscoting on the walls. We also used composite trim and new siding to finish the exterior of the room. A nice white-wash effect was achieved by applying a semi-transparent stain to the new cedar wainscoting.

This 1900′s bungalow was completely remodeled. We completely renovated 2 bathrooms by adding new tile, shower, vanities, and plumbing fixtures. In the kitchen, we installed a shorter window which allowed for the cabinetry to be installed along the window wall of the kitchen space. The cabinets were custom built and a quartz counter was installed. A cream subway tile was installed along with a tumbled stone listel. Recessed and under-cabinet lighting finished off the space along with updated trim and mouldings. New ceilings were installed throughout the rest of the house and the mouldings were all updated to replicate a 2-stage 1900′s style moulding. Hardwood floors were installed on the second floor and a new oak staircase was installed along with period-style balusters and oak stair treads. New windows and doors were installed along with a new deck which was stained.

Re-sided entire house with spruce clapboards. Hand nailed each clapboard with rose-head fire clinch nails. Lifespan naturally pressure treated pine trim boards were installed on every door, window, rake, and soffit area.

Expanded the footprint of this deck and used all composite material. Rebuilt the front entryway and stairs and used Fypon foam mouldings to trim the entire entryway.

Built this two story garage addtion with mudroom. Also added a smaller addition to the kitchen area of the house