Second Story AdditionTraditional Exterior, Chicago

This second story addition by Normandy Design Manager Troy Pavelka transformed a simple home into a charming cape cod design. By adding two dormer windows to the second story, Troy was able to boost curb appeal and visual interest for this traditional home.

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palmieriwith3 wrote:July 12, 2013
  • PRO
    Normandy Remodeling
    6 years ago
    There were 3 bedrooms added to the second floor of this home.
  • palmieriwith3
    6 years ago
    thanks so much for your reply.
esds wrote:June 29, 2012
  • troypavelka
    7 years ago
    The siding and roofing is traditional cedar shingles. The roofing is a hand split shingle, while the siding is not quite as heavy a material. Materials are found at the local lumber supplier - not manufactured.
  • PRO
    Normandy Remodeling
    7 years ago
    Thanks @tpavelka for the details - Troy Pavelka is the Normandy Designer for this project.
kerich67 wrote:July 19, 2019
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    Normandy Remodeling
    5 months ago

    I'm very sorry, but we do not have a record of the paint color used on this home.

dgoodfriend wrote:December 28, 2015
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    Normandy Remodeling
    4 years ago

    The price of a major renovation can be affected by many variables. Geography, material selections, and existing structure conditions can have a significant influence on the cost. While I'm not at liberty to divulge the price our customers paid for their addition, I can direct you to a very helpful resource when looking for ballpark remodeling estimates.

    Remodeling Magazine, an independent industry publication, creates their Cost vs. Value Report annually. This report allows you to filter by geography, project type, and finish level to find average prices for a variety of renovations. These numbers are a helpful starting point when you're in the early phases of budgeting for your project. You can read more about this report and find additional details here: http://www.remodeling.hw.net/cost-vs-value/2015/ I hope this proves to be useful for you.

dgoodfriend wrote:December 28, 2015
  • PRO
    Normandy Remodeling
    4 years ago

    While I'm not at liberty to share the details or price our customers paid for their home addition, I can direct you to a very helpful publication when seeking general ballpark estimates. The annual Cost vs. Value report is compiled with the input from Remodelers across the U.S. and is a useful tool for homeowners beginning their remodeling budgeting process. I hope you will find this information to be helpful: http://www.remodeling.hw.net/cost-vs-value/2015/

What Houzzers are commenting on:

katiebigs
Katie added this to House ExteriorNovember 22, 2019

Change to dormers for Pat and new pop out for master?

stripeygirl
stripeygirl added this to Master SuiteNovember 4, 2019

Windows for master suite dormer

spqkim
spqkim added this to Front PorchAugust 10, 2019

Window boxes on garage windows instead of shrubs

ericacathryn
ericacathryn added this to Boudreau RemodelMay 4, 2018

Was this a ranch before the addition?

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Shari Roske Warlick added this to Shari's ideasAugust 9, 2017

garage on opposite side of the house

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