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The remodel will allow the teenage client with Cerebral Palsy to remain in her home with no future modifications needed.
The home has energy efficient windows, appliances, LED lighting, and low-VOC paints.
The ciients wanted a deck with a grand stair-case into the backyard.
Custom cabinetry adds storage, shelving for sports memorabilia and three TVs.
The homeowners desired a hall of fame for their hockey collection and a place to display their wine collection.
Large historic wood windows and an oversized glass pocket door were installed to bring in natural light.
The home now has an outdoor kitchen and kid-friendly jumping ledge.
The design makes the nearby lake appear closer and integrates the indoor and outdoor areas.
The space features PVC columns, LED lights, and a two-color paint scheme for the deck and rails.
To meet the deadline, much of the hardscaping took place while the building construction was underway.