We’re in the home stretch at our Woodridge Addition! Besides small punchlist items, the existing bathroom is now being remodeled since it was left during construction for the owners to use. The new exterior siding matched up well with the existing siding, even though the profile was not an exact match. Read More
Framing of the new 2-story addition at our Woodridge Addition has been complete for a few weeks now. The bulk of the framing work was erected in about one week! Below are a few snapshots of the progress from initial framing installation to the weather barrier and window installation. The first floor will have a new family room, while the second floor will create a new bedroom suite. Read More
Construction started on our Woodridge Addition, and begins with demolition of the existing rear rooms. Built in 1909, this Four Square home is expanding for additional living space and upgraded fixtures. In addition, the owners and their toddler will live in the home during the construction work. Lead-safe renovation is important for homes built before 1978, and when children are present. Read More
Earlier this month the Historic Preservation Review Board (HPRB) approved the “concept review” for our Capitol Hill alley garage addition proposal. The project also gained unanimous support from the Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners (ANC), and the Capitol Hill Restoration Society (CHRS). Read More
We’re currently working with Chef Richards to open his new Baltimore restaurant, Denzel’s Shark Bar. The restaurant is located in historic Fells Point and originally operated as Jimmy’s for decades featuring American fare. The new restaurant will serve seafood and Caribbean cuisine. Read More
A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of discussing “Weatherization” with Anna McCorvey of The River East Design Center, and Jennifer Kulp Johnston with DC Department of Energy and Environment. I presented a brief overview of the home’s exterior wall & roof system, looking at insulation and air leakage management. Read More
2020 has been a year of reflection bringing into focus the essentials that really matter. As we approach one of the most celebrated holidays of the year, I keep thinking about the homeschool pod that we started this fall for our kindergarten child. Read More
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