Shiloh Residential Remodel
The cottage ridge home remodel was quite a transformation.
Originally, the home was a Tuscan style home that had many issues to address. For starters, the exterior stucco shell was completely cracked and faded, woodpeckers had destroyed the windows throughout the home, structural beams were falling free from ridge and the lighting was very dark. The clients desired a more modern feel throughout.
The updating of the home started with the exterior. All new Pella windows with metal frames to deter the woodpeckers. New stucco with an anti fracture membrane to avoid future cracking on the home. For the interior, lighting and home automation switches throughout. Next was the removing the heavy textured walls and round corners to square corners and level 5/6 smoothwall finish. Wide plank hardwood flooring replaced the heavy tile, new cabinetry, countertops tile backsplashes and a stacked stone fireplace finish. All ceiling beams in the main room have been wrapped in rift sawn White Oak. The audio visual experience began in the new media room and was completed with speakers throughout the home. We installed automated shades in the primary and media rooms that retracted into the ceiling. The outdoor beauty was brought in to the home through a 24’ wide door that opened to face the valley. Once on the exterior patio, the new ceiling, lighting fans and heaters transformed the outdoor experience and created a perfect entertainment area.
Features: New Stucco with an anti-fracture membrane, Media room, 24′ wide sliding glass door