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Built in 1948, this inherited home had only 2 bedrooms for this growing young family. Tedious design time created 2 bedrooms & a bathroom in the 750 sf attic space, and adding 150 sf downstairs provided a master retreat. New kitchen countertops & exterior siding were finishing touches on this project.
This [post-fire] whole house remodel in Fullerton included a large amount of new construction (enlarging the kitchen & the garage) as well as remodeling both the exterior & interior (kitchen, bathrooms, & living spaces).
A total of 345 sq ft were added to this Fullerton home; this created both dining & living areas and included a complete kitchen remodel. The arch between the rooms is a beautiful way to transition between the new and the old.
Adding 450+ sq ft to this 1928 Tudor style home included a kitchen remodel & an exterior makeover. Preserving its historic character; casing/mouldings were custom milled & Anderson wood clad windows were used to match the original.
Along with a complete kitchen remodel, 350 sq ft were added to this formerly cramped house. The new open floor plan is perfect for entertaining & there’s even a powder room tucked away in the corner.
We extended the rear of this split-level Fullerton home by 445 square feet, creating a dining room and a larger family room, along with building a new deck & staircase for access to the backyard.
Adding a second story with two bedrooms, one bathroom and a “Master Retreat”, along with square footage to the ground floor family room, nearly doubled the family's living space in this Brea home.
This 1926 gem received a makeover consisting of a 240 sq ft addition with a bedroom & bathroom, along with a minor kitchen remodel. We were careful to match the pitched gable of the roof in the construction of the new space.