Bud Dietrich, AIA
Architects & Designers
ranch house renovation

ranch house renovation


What Houzz contributors are saying:

Looking into the balance of the interior reveals just how much demolition work took place. Now we have a real feel for just how spacious and open the main living area will be with that beam gone.Removing the old concrete beam wasn't all that tricky. We first installed a new beam of laminated veneer lumber. This new beam was placed on top of the old concrete beam, and the existing roof structure was attached to it. As soon as this was done, we were able to remove the concrete beam. The new beam will be above the ceiling line, so it won't be visible in the space. More on how to install a new beam

What Houzzers are commenting on:

saren8 added this to Living Room Ideas
September 2, 2013
Vaulted ceiling painted soft white
judimorris added this to Chance and Lori
January 30, 2013
inside look at a vaulted addition .
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