Whole House Remodel in Powell

Whole House Remodel
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Winner of the National CotY award for Entire House Project Under $250,000 The buyers of this 1992 home wanted to make significant changes prior to moving in. The floor plan did not flow as they preferred and there was a need for additional space. The home was somewhat dated with an overabundant use of wood cabinetry and moldings. They always envisioned having a spacious kitc...More
“hanging single light fixtures” — yogini49
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Winner of the National CotY award for Entire House Project Under $250,000 The new kitchen takes advantage of additional square footage and a more efficient layout. The bay windows that flanked the old sink were framed in to increase usable cabinet space. The central window over the sink was enlarged to a 5’ x 4’ awning picture window. Alpine white granite was installed alon...More
“Alpine white granite” — hcombs
Whole House Remodel
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Winner of the National CotY award for Entire House Project Under $250,000 The new kitchen takes advantage of additional square footage and a more efficient layout. The bay windows that flanked the old sink were framed in to increase usable cabinet space. The central window over the sink was enlarged to a 5’ x 4’ awning picture window. Alpine white granite was installed alon...More
“white countertops” — winnerscircle
Whole House Remodel
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“kitchen” — mjenkins107
Whole House Remodel
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Winner of the National CotY award for Entire House Project Under $250,000 The new kitchen takes advantage of additional square footage and a more efficient layout. The bay windows that flanked the old sink were framed in to increase usable cabinet space. The central window over the sink was enlarged to a 5’ x 4’ awning picture window. Alpine white granite was installed alon...More
“Granite” — stephanienovick
Whole House Remodel
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Winner of the National CotY award for Entire House Project Under $250,000 The back of the home was removed to tie into the new addition. The existing roof load rested on the back wall that was removed. A 33’ engineered beam was installed by crane to carry the existing and new roof loads. A steel post supports the beam near mid-point and is welded to an existing steel beam i...More
“would something like this work?” — Nancy
Whole House Remodel
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Winner of the National CotY award for Entire House Project Under $250,000 The back of the home was removed to tie into the new addition. The existing roof load rested on the back wall that was removed. A 33’ engineered beam was installed by crane to carry the existing and new roof loads. A steel post supports the beam near mid-point and is welded to an existing steel beam i...More
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