Inside, a mudroom entry from the garage was created by relocated the existing kitchen. To accommodate space for the new kitchen the main stairs were moved, allowing for creation of the open concept floor plan. The result was improved function and flow of the entire first floor. The kitchen’s layout needed to allow for the entire family to prepare meals together and work well for entertaining. Load bearing posts were incorporated as a design element in the formal dining room. A new fireplace is the focal point of the living room.
Heat gain from an existing client-built deck was eliminated by the addition of a handsome covered porch that features an outdoor kitchen and skylights for flow of natural light into the home. By using a metal pile foundation, the existing deck was kept intact and the lawn remained untouched.
Sustainable building resources such as T&G cedar soffits, use and refinishing of existing building materials and energy efficient selections such as spray foam insulation, low VOC finishes, and lowE windows can be found throughout.
We’d like to recognize our trade partners who worked on this whole house remodel:
Catherine Leibe worked hand in hand with Lagois on the kitchen and bathroom design as well as finishes selection. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brule Enterprises were responsible for the stone work design and install of the driveway and walkway.
Robert Plante Greenhouses in Navan was responsible for the landscaping design and install.