Most long-term homeowners have, at some point, felt that their house was just a little cramped. Some homeowners decide to do something about it. We constructed two additions for one such family on their home near Nashville, AR.
Breaking ground on the front side of the house for the first addition:
The dirt pad is built:
Concrete footings are poured:
Framing in progress:
Interior view of the framing:
In this photo, you can catch a glimpse of how we tied this new addition into the home’s original gable line:
House-wrap is installed, as well as Tamko® Heritage shingles in the Weathered Wood color:
Aerial shot of the brickwork in progress:
As you can see in this photo, we removed the brick and vinyl siding on the original house and replaced it with Acme® brick as well, in order to give the whole building as seamless a look as possible:
Some shots of the finished addition’s exterior:
It’s fun to see the exterior change from dirt-work to finished, but that is something anyone who chose to drive down that road could have seen. Next week, we’ll look at something that only a few people got to see: the work done on the interior. Enter your email on the right or like our page on Facebook to be sure you don’t miss it!