Karen and Jeff wanted to convert their original 1980's bathroom into a modern-looking fully wheelchair accessible bathroom with a barrier-free entry into the shower and separate water closet. They liked the design technique of combining a shower and tub into one "wet area" while keeping the accessibility features.
Our 2013 National Green Certified Project of the Year and the 2012 Raleigh-Wake County HBA Remodelers Tour entry and Winner of the HBA 2012 Star Awards for Best Green Certified Renovation!
We were delighted to have the opportunity to take this quaint 1960s brick ranch and transform it into a Whole House Remodeled Green Certified Home with an open floor plan.
Molly and Greg's busy lives and their desire to have their children cared for in their home led them to bring in a full-time Nanny to help with child care and day to day home tasks. They wanted to have a comfortable place where she could spend the night and feel at home, and could also function as a private Au Pair Nanny Suite or Teen Suite.
A small pinhole in the coupling of the hot water supply line from the Hot Water Heater developed and began leaking and spraying hot steamy mist. Because of its location in the seldom used Finished Full Basement, it initially went unnoticed.
Irene and Lee had been living in their Cary NC home for over 20 years, and decided that they would continue to live there for many more years. Their original Kitchen layout was confining and cramped, which also made the adjoining Breakfast Nook confining and cramped.