We have all been through it, thought about doing it or know someone who has been through it. Taking on a remodeling project can – and probably will – try your patience.
This brick river ranch home was built in 1979; had three bedrooms; 1 ½ bathrooms with 1,772 SF. The home was renovated inside and out top to bottom with little of the home left untouched. Nearly every wall was moved and/or removed to have uninterrupted and heightened views of the spectacular river. Post renovation, the home added another bedroom/den toward the river and an addition added 220 SF of living space, increasing home value.
The homeowners are retirees relocating from Arizona to Toledo. Their key home renovation components included:
From the design phase to item selections to construction, the build was coordinated remotely, communicating via email, mail, web meetings and other mediums. This added complexity when working with hidden obstacles. The winter weather also proved to be challenging with no insulation in the home and keeping the house warm and pipes from freezing. Every good weather day counted extra to keep on schedule and on budget.
The home renovation included the energy efficiency at every turn including:
After the renovation was complete a HERS energy efficiency rating was completed by an outside firm. The home received a five star rating, which is in the top percentage of homes (including new home builds) for efficiency!
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