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Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
Trimmed to Perfection
way the home blends into its natural surroundings, front door / surround -- and of course -- those beautiful TREES...
stuff. Remodeling an older home often means replacing older fixtures and finishes with new — but think twice before sending any of your home’s original details to the dump. Keeping original light fixtures, a few shingles or worn hardware can be a blessing down the road if you or a future homeowner wants
original home looked like, or perhaps even wants to restore the old stuff and reinstall it.
match the home - which is a "green home" (and just in color!)
Harrell Remodeling...Remodel older home?...Remodel, addition...Harrell remodeling
A new craftsman bungalow with historic charm.
Like the detailed overhang over the windows possible design feature for rear of home.
remodeling wood home
Remodel older home...tiful home!
Loudon County's Leading Custom Window Provider
Windsor is a custom window and door manufacturer that takes pride in providing Service, Selection, Quality and Value.
Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
Eichler Atrium - Orange Front Door
well-designed home is a pleasure to live in, structurally sound and built to last. Whether you are remodeling an older home, adding on or building new, working with an experienced architect will help bring your vision to life.
well-designed home is a pleasure to live in, structurally sound and built to last. Whether you are remodeling an older home, adding on or building new, working with an experienced architect will help bring your vision to life. But be realistic. “Architecture is worth the investment if you build,” says Fry. But
The Ranch Mine
Sun View House
undesirable home that was outdated, the Marlen Grove home was remodeled by Costello using an environmentally friendly approach.
approach when remodeling older homes without attic space. In sweltering cities where temperatures often blow past 110 degrees, installing ductwork on roofs and piping cool air through the oven-like atmosphere doesn’t make sense in terms of energy efficiency. “You put the ducts in the envelope of the house, and
their home will need to consider what’s hidden above. Good thing savvy designers know how to make a simple, utilitarian feature pack a major design punch. Playing with size, shape, color and angles allows exposed systems to work in almost any space. Designer Cavin Costello of The Ranch Mine in Phoenix
Front of House
Remodeled older home, very contemporary interior vs traditional exterior.