The Clark St. remodel started out simple enough. We were adding a stair tower to eliminate a steep and dangerous turned stairwell. The carport would be enclosed to make room for a new bedroom, living room, bathroom and wet bar. Although most of the new construction went smoothly, the home's exterior was rotten. This is usually the case with a home that is 20 or more years old.
The remodel's finish date did go over the originally estimated date by about 30 days. But that wasn't so bad considering we had to put in a new septic system, deal with rotten sheathing, framing and flashing, replaced more windows and doors than we had planned, additional hardwood floors and paint on the 3rd floor, deck changes and new vinyl hand rails around the house.
-Simonton Windows and Sliding Glass Doors.
-Certainteed lap and shingle siding.
-Sherwin Williams paint.
-Water's Vinyl hand rails.
-Goodman heating and a/c system.