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  • Salem, VA
  • Romar Three Story Residential Elevator
  • Screen Room
  • Handicap Ramp Access
  • Pressure Treated Deck
  • Concrete Patio
  • Metal Under Decking
  • Dry Space





  • Salem, VA
  • Custom Addition
  • Master Bedroom
  • Master Bathroom
  • Walk In Closet
  • Laundry Room
  • Barn Doors
  • Custom Tile Shower
  • Subway Tile
  • Custom Shower Bench
  • Frameless Glass Shower Door
  • Custom Vanity
  • Cathedral Ceiling
  • Exposed Beams
  • Custom Wainscoting
  • Water Closet





  • Hardy, VA
  • Custom Addition
  • Master Bedroom
  • Master Bathroom
  • Custom Tile Shower
  • Frameless Glass Shower Door
  • Cathedral Ceiling
  • Work Shop in Basement
  • Trex Deck
  • Vinyl Handrails




WOW!  The before and after pictures say it all.  This was a complete remodel of the existing home and a new 1827 square foot two story finished space addition, a 1267 square foot unfinished basement addition, and a 587 square foot two car garage addition.  All but three bedrooms of the existing house remained as is and the owners lived there through the entire process!  A master bedroom, master bathroom, living room, (3) walk-in closets, guest bedroom, (2) bathrooms, pantry, (2) laundry rooms, full basement, and two car garage were added.  The kitchen, dining room, family room, and bathroom were renovated in the existing house.  Interior weight bearing walls were removed and beams installed for a more open concept in the original structure.  The new kitchen is much larger along with all new cabinetry, granite counter tops, tile backsplash, and modern stainless steel appliances.  The electrical, plumbing, and HVAC systems were all upgraded.  The new bathrooms have tile showers, custom cabinetry, and tile flooring.  A new front porch was added along with a new composite deck in the back.  Stamped concrete was used on the front and side porches along with the entire driveway.  The end result is simply amazing!




The Monroe’s purchased this fixer-upper in Salem and we were privileged to be the chosen contractor to complete this transformation. This home originated as a Sears and Roebuck kit house called “The Vallonia” (see original Sears ad) and was sold between 1927 and 1932. The original cost from Sears ranged from $2,096.00 to $2,537.00. Needless to say the remodel was slightly more than the original cost! The kitchen and bath were completely gutted, but most of the interior walls and floor remained. The new custom kitchen was updated with modern appliances, a hammered copper apron sink, and granite countertops. Completely new electrical, plumbing, and HVAC systems were installed. A new two story addition with a two car garage, laundry room, exercise room, master bedroom, master bathroom, walk-in closet, and guest bath were added to this charming house. The original floors were refinished and the new floors where finished to match. The new plaster work was designed to match the existing original plastered walls. New Andersen Eagle windows where installed to match the era of the original windows. The front door remained as is with the unique skeleton key lock. Fiber Cement Board and Batten siding was installed on the addition along with a new standing seam metal roof on the entire house. The house now resembles the original era, but with the modern conveniences of a totally new house.




This transformation is incredible!  We took an ordinary brick ranch and transformed it into a show place.  The new two car garage gave the Marsicos a place to park their vehicles with the added security that comes with a garage.  The upper level renovation included a library / study area, walk-in closet, and office.  The sunroom on the back took a virtually unused patio and converted it to a room that overlooks the Marsico’s well manicured yard and gazebo with hot tub.   The shed roof front porch was redesigned to accommodate an “A” frame porch that mimics the “A” frame on the new addition.  The brick on the new addition matches almost perfectly to the existing house.  This creates a look from the curb that the house was originally constructed this way without the typical “added on” look that comes with many additions. 




This historic farm house in Goodview already had charm and splendor.  This historic quality not only creates beauty, but also challenges.  The Markhams wanted an addition that complemented the historic architectural qualities of the house, but also with modern comforts.  We accomplished this by adding a standing seam metal roof to the new addition and left the original brick chimney.  The rock on the foundation imitates the rock of the original structure.  The modern comforts included new Vinyl Design double hung windows with trapezoid glass in the gable end with Low E and Argon gas for energy efficiency.  A new Trane heat pump system, prefinished hardwood flooring, and a composite landing with vinyl handrails completed the upgrades.  Now the Markham’s have the best of both worlds, old world design with modern amenities!




The name may sound familiar as this is our second major project with the Miles.  We had just completed a new kitchen renovation for them and they decided they needed more bathrooms and closet space in this rustic home place.   We added this two story addition which included two huge bathrooms, three walk-in closets, and a laundry room.  If anyone has ever lived in an old farmhouse you know bathrooms and closet space are a premium.  This gives this beautiful farmhouse a modern touch, but still keeps the charm of the old original home.  We also upgraded the existing HVAC system and added insulation to the attic space.  Notice the roof tie in with the new standing seam metal.  This was a challenge due to the existing pitch of the old roof.  But with some engineering and hard work the roof tied in seamlessly without and dips or humps that you see on many home additions.