WHOLE HOME REMODEL IN HURRICANE
100 YEAR OLD HOME
What is better than a 100-year-old Craftsman style house? Watching the progress of it getting a new facelift of course. This home was built in 1920, so it seemed to be a fitting year for the new look exactly one hundred years later. This Remodeling & Restoration project included new exterior siding, windows, doors, plumbing, wiring, heating/cooling, kitchen, baths, flooring, trim, paint, and everything in between. To say that this project turned out amazing is an understatement. The color scheme chosen for the exterior makes this home feel warm and inviting. We are very proud of our ending results! Here we show a Whole Home Remodel for your neighbors in Hurricane.
UPDATED EXTERIOR – FRONT OF HOME
First we begin by showing you what the dated Craftsman Style home looked like upon our arrival. We show us working on the project along with safety in mind. And we end with an image on top with the green vinyl siding for a warm unique finish as well as the last image in this section for a great summer porch with inviting red decking.
UPDATED EXTERIOR – BACK OF HOME
UPDATED EXTERIOR – DETACHED GARAGE
You can see the transition from the old blue siding to the green vinyl. The goal was to have a 1 car garage with a great efficiency apartment.
UPDATED INTERIOR – DETACHED GARAGE
UPDATED INTERIOR OF MAIN LEVEL OF HOME
As part of the Kitchen Remodeling portion of the project, you will notice the new Stainless Steel Appliances, a Deep single bowl undermounted sink, and Shaker style white cabinets and granite countertop. There is an open floor plan into the Dining Area. The Master Bedroom has a front porch view. The master bathroom has a beautiful dark finish vanity and modern tile shower. The stair case has a wood and metal balustrade with soft carpet stair treads leading to the second floor.
UPDATED INTERIOR OF SECOND LEVEL OF HOME
The upstairs has two Open Bedrooms with natural lighting. Tile shower with wonderful gray tile with modern gray walls that set off the dark vanity. And the hallways leads back down to the main level for all those to enjoy.
The owners now are able to be so excited to enter their 100-year-old house?