Our client was looking to make her new house feel more like home, so she reached out to Northern Craft Construction for a fireplace facelift. This is one of the first things we proposed, of many, to warm up the living area. Adding Trim and shiplap above the fireplace really added some drama to the living room.
PERGOLA WOW opens and closes
No shade in the back yard the deck gets awfully hot. We need some coverage. I don't want to give all the sun up and I would love a waterproof roof. The operable pergola works great and solved the owner's problem. give yourself a waterproof roof or open it up and let in a little or a lot of the sun.
Frank and robin loved hanging out on their back porch during the summer months but were unable to utilize the space any other time of year. Before starting work on their New 3 Seasons room, we had to remove the existing porch roof and structural posts. Our clients decided to go with a TEMO sunroom structure. There are many benefits to choosing a TEMO sunroom, a couple of them being they can be built in a fraction of the time and at a much more reasonable cost. The glass used is TEMO’s tempered HPG 2000 glass which is four times stronger than annealed glass. They are going to be using the space to display Franks train collection and Robin is looking forward to having a space for her plants. To make the space suitable for warmer and colder months we added separate heating and air conditioning units. We wanted to warm the space up by adding warm colored floors and lighting fixtures around the room.
Our clients needed more storage space and room for their cars and his beloved lawn tractor. She was tired of having to go down in the basement to do laundry and wanted folding space. His biggest request was that he have garage doors on the front and back of the garage saw that when he is cutting the grass it is simple to just pull thru the garage and go from front to backyard.
The goal of this job was to close in the existing walkway and create a TEMO solarium between the main house and the guest house. The home is a historic home that sits on the highest point in Jessup Maryland. Since this is a historic home, we had to get approval from the Historical Society before we were able to begin working on the job. The first thing we started working on was putting the walls up along the existing walkway at the front of the home, the second project was to start building the TEMO solarium off the back side of the house. The homeowner started this project a few years ago so there was an existing block foundation that we were able to build on.
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