This 60’s-era ranch home had several issues when we were invited by the owners to head up a whole home remodel on the property. Years of drainage issues had caused settling in the foundation, which telegraphed thorough to the framing causing interior and exterior cracking and walls and floors to be out of level and plumb. Consistent with common 60’s fashion, small hallways and bedrooms were not utilizing the footprint of the house to meet current open floor plan designs. The property also had both a detached and attached garage. In order to maximize the footprint of the home, it was decided to convert the attached garage into the new owner’s suite, bringing the home up to about 2200 finished square feet. We knew this would be a big undertaking, and were excited to take on the challenge!
This project is coming along very nicely and we’re excited for this transformation! Check out the large openings in the great room for the new double sliding glass door and large windows on the front of the house. What was once an old garage is starting to look like the beginning of a great master suite!
January 9th was our Project Start Day for this remodel project! Demolition is almost wrapped up on this home, and we’ve begun our re-framing work. Check out how much larger this space feels with the brick & block chimney gone and the new vaulted ceiling! Next step is to begin converting the attached garage to a master suite.