One of our recent projects is a complete interior and exterior remodel in Poway. The scope of the project will include an addition of approximately 650 sq. ft. of living space, and rearranging the existing floor plan. Located on the Stoneridge golf course, we are moving the master bedroom, expanding the kitchen and living room to take advantage of the beautiful views.
Front of the original house.
Demolition started in February
More demoltion completed.
Concrete forms in place.
Framing now underway.
Lath work completed.
Rough drywall work completed.
To date we have completed the following items:
Demolition of the existing structure including clean up.
Relocating and adding underground plumbing.
Forming and pouring all new concrete and piers.
adding new framing and reworking existing framing.
Adding a new service panel including new underground leads
Installing new electrical, telephone, cable and computer lines throughout.
Installing a new central vacuum system.
Installing a new fireplace.
Felting and loading the entire roof.
This process took approximately 3 1/2 months including all of the inspections and one major change by the architect to relocate some of the exterior walls and the interior plumbing. We were able to complete this much work in a short period of time by having experienced subcontractors that have worked together on many of our jobs. We also had standard weekly meetings between the home owners, the architect, the interior designers, the subcontractors owners and SDCR to insure all questions were answered and any conflicts resolved.
Following will be the finished pictures. We have placed masonite over the wood floors for protection until the home owner has completed moving in.
" I would like to take a moment and thank you for the great job you did remodeling my new home in Poway. As you know, I interviewed several contractors in the beginning. I chose you because you promptly returned my calls and answered any questions even though you had not been awarded the contract.
Nancy and I are now enjoying your fine craftsmanship and making a list of we might do differently if we were to do it again. One thing I am sure of, if we were to do it again we would hire you in an instant, knowing that in construction, trusting and liking your contractor is the hardest part of remodeling your home."