After adding an addition to one side of this Rome vacation home, we tore out a porch and laid a foundation to add an expanded kitchen. Phase 2 included some custom design elements and unique roof framing challenges that made this project a pleasure to work on.
Preparing the Outside Wall
Preparing the Ground
We found some rock in digging up the ground that needed some serious power to shift before we could pour the foundation and lay the floor.
The unique roof design of this home required some complex framing and unusually long roof beams. We installed standing seam roofing. Another detail worth noting on this job: the custom log work on the porch.
The interior of phase two included a kitchen including custom cabinetry and granite countertops. Tom came up with a design to turn a dead space over the kitchen into a “bunky room” for the clients’ grandkids with a window overlooking the kitchen.