This project involved turning a workshop into a residence, inside and out. We added a large number of new windows to turn the space into a well-lit, open concept home. The project included drilling a well and adding a septic system. Exterior Interior
Many camps are left to their own devices during the winter. With no one to shovel the snow off the roof, they need to be able to take a heavy load. This one couldn’t. Tom snowshoed in with the owner to get a preliminary look at the damage when a neighbor called to let the […]
A fire left this client’s house with serious smoke damage. We stripped the house down to the studs, which were structurally mostly okay. A special cleaning company used dry ice to remove the soot and smoke from the wood. We ran new wiring and refinished the full interior. Where there’s fire, there’s smoke damage. Even […]
This project went through multiple phases. It began with a garage that included an apartment. The owners lived in the apartment as we began construction on a new house, with a plan to attach the two buildings. In the middle of the house construction, an accident caused a fire that destroyed the apartment over the […]
The final phases of this extensive remodel of a vacation home included building a unique garage and adding on a small porch. Phase 4 At the tail end of the project, the client decided to add a small porch to the main house to match the log porch on the other side. This required cutting […]
In addition to maintaining camps, we build them! We’re experienced in working with the building codes and environmental regulations for building near water and can help you work with your code officer to create a home away from home.
Tom spends many of his weekends putting his skills to work for his family. His daughter and her husband bought a house with a rotting back deck that had serious weatherproofing issues. Melissa and John had enlisted their friends to help them take the old deck apart. The deck had held snow and ice against […]
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 […]
A long-time customer needed updates to their lovely seafront home. We repaired a sill, added a new deck, added a window, replicated Victorian era moulding to matching the trim with the new window to the old, and refreshed a room overlooking the new deck. Sill Repair & a New Deck Whenever you work on steps, […]
Here you can see an example of a custom tiling job. The process for this job included a niche in the tile for storage of toiletries.