2012 Tour of Remodeled Homes
Sixteen professionally remodeled homes will be on tour August 24-26, 2012 from 12 noon - 5 pm each day...tickets are $10 and can be purchased at any home. Tour magazines are available at each home as well as area Harris Teeter & Lowe's Home Improvement stores.
Take a tour of remodeled homes throughout Greensboro and Guilford County August 24-26 | 12:00-5:00 PM | GreensboroBuilders.org W elcome to the Now is the Time to Remodel Welcome to the 15th annual Tour of Remodeled Homes , presented by the Greensboro Builders Association's Remodelers Council. As a professional trade association, we are comprised of licensed general contractors specializing in renovation and remodeling, as well as new construction and commercial development. Through our partnerships with industry professionals, suppliers and trade contractors, we are positioned to provide the highest quality in workmanship and customer satisfaction. Beginning a home remodeling project doesn't have to be an intimidating venture. In fact, many people choose to take on small projects, such as remodeling a small bath or updating features in the kitchen. Even a small remodel can increase the home's value for selling in the future while homeowners can enjoy their refreshed home while they still live there. More homeowners are choosing to nest and enjoy their home for the long term. Why remodel only when you're planning to sell? If you remodel sooner, then you get to enjoy the benefits! Hiring a professional remodeler to bring your dreams to fruition is highly recommended. Experienced remodelers can provide more value to the project by helping solve design and space problems creatively...stay within budget by offering a range of product selections...and share information on tax credits and rebates that might be available. "If you're investing in your home, create the most value for your dollar by making sure the work gets done right," advises Ford Matthews, FM Contracting and chair of the GBA Remodelers Council. Planning a series of projects over time to maximize the budget, while eventually achieving a whole house remodel can be advantageous. This technique allows you to budget and save for the remodeling costs, plus enables the remodeler to plan ahead for all the phases of the remodel to fit together in the end. We hope that you enjoy this year's Tour of Remodeled Homes. There is something for everyone to see...from kitchens & baths...to outdoor living...to complete home renovations. Take advantage of this opportunity to see the very best in professional remodeling. www.pinehallbrick.com Take a tour of remodeled homes throughout Greensboro and Guilford County August 24-26 | 12:00-5:00 PM | GreensboroBuilders.org Fr i d a y � S u n d a y Au gust 24 - 2 6 1 2 n oo n � 5 :0 0 pm $ 1 0 Ad m i s s i o n to tour all homes Ti c k e t s c a n b e p u r c h a s e d at any home prese nted by the R E MODE LE R S C OU N CI L w w w. G r e e n s b o r o B u i l d e r s . o r g KITCHENS BATHS ADDITIONS EXTERIORS OUTDOOR LIVING PORCHES HOME FOR A LIFETIME DLMBUILDERS.COM 336.275.9457 SINCE 1993 DESIGNREMODELTRANSFORM Investing in Remodeling Pays Off in More than Dollars "What improvements will add the most value to my home?" To answer that question, it is important to understand that remodeling � and your home for that matter � is different from other investments that are primarily financial in nature. What's unique about housing is that the "investor" or owner receives the immediate benefit of being able to occupy and enjoy their investment; i.e., live in it, all the while it is growing in value. Stocks and bonds don't deliver on this aspect. The longer you intend to stay in your home and will enjoy the new family room or whatever improvement you make, the more weight this factor contributes to your overall return on investment. The other part of your investment return is the increase in resale value that the remodel adds to your home. Ultimately it is a professional real estate appraiser who will decide the financial return of any remodeling you do through the price he or she assigns to your home when you decide to refinance your mortgage or sell your home. The cold hard truth, however, is that real estate appraisals are more an art than an exacting science. The price of your home will largely depend on the prices that comparable homes recently sold for in your neighborhood. The value assigned to the improvements you made to your home depends on a number of variables but depend heavily on the location of your home as well as its overall condition. Some remodeling projects lift the value of a home by the entire cost of the remodel and sometimes by even more. Despite the limitations of the appraisal process in allotting what you might consider fair value for all the improvements that you proudly made to your home since first moving in, there are certain rules that you should consider to increase the dollars you get back from your remodeling investment. � Maintaining your home in good repair is the most critical of all investments that you can make to your home. The shape it's in matters as much if not more than what other attributes your home may have. � The quality of the work you have done on your home is another factor that can't be ignored, if you are looking to make a good investment. Shoddy workmanship, low-grade materials and inferior products will wipe out any value the remodeling might have added to your home. M any homeowners are surprised to learn that the equity in their home comprises a larger portion of their net wealth than the holdings in their stock market or retirement funds. Compared to conventional financial investments that rise and fall with regular frequency, housing has proven to be a relatively stable and sound investment that keeps up with inflation in most years and outpaces it in others. Although few of us purchase a home strictly for its investment value, in practical terms it represents an asset that can pay high returns when it comes time to either refinance the mortgage or sell your home outright. Of course, a home that is well-maintained and offers up-to-date systems and amenities will have a higher value than a comparable home that is poorly maintained or lacking the conveniences and extra living space that today's buyers want. Remodeling, then, becomes the key to protecting and enhancing the investment value of your home, not to mention its many other benefits. 4 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES � Remodel for yourself and your own family, not the next owner. It is a gamble to predict what the likes and dislikes of the next owner might be. Keep in mind, however, the more your tastes stray from the norm of most of your neighbors, the less likely you are to get maximum return from your improvements. Stay with styles, colors and features that have broad appeal. � Kitchens and bath remodels are the two most popular remodeling projects year-in and year-out, no matter where you live. Minor kitchen remodels tend to recoup more of their costs than major kitchen remodels. Bathroom remodels also vary on how much they add to resale value, depending on the extent of the makeover. These two rooms carry the most weight when it comes time to sell your home. Attractive kitchens and baths fully outfitted with popular features will not only help sell your home faster, they also can drive the price a buyer is willing to pay for your home. � Extra space in the right place offers a high rate of return since existing homes tend to lack the roominess of new homes. New family rooms, larger master bedroom suites and eat-in kitchens are all examples of spaces that most buyers value highly. Although it is difficult to put an exact price on the resale value of a particular remodeling project, for most of us the real value of remodeling is the comfort and pleasure it adds to the years we spend living in our home. 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 5 If You Want the Job Done Right, Hire a Professional Remodeler However it is important to note that mid-priced means different things to different people. Working with an experienced remodeler, you can evaluate and prioritize the things most important in your renovation and that fit within your budget. Homeowners need to understand that remodeling is a service and not merely a product. This service encompasses the intangibles that make up the process of remodeling � how everything comes together and results in a satisfying experience and an acceptable finished product. The materials and products that go into it can't define a professional job alone. The nature of remodeling as a service becomes even more pronounced when you consider that inevitably you'll be sharing your home with the remodelers' crews for weeks or even months, depending on the scale of the project. All remodeling involves some degree of inconvenience, but inconvenience can easily turn into a nightmare if your remodeler doesn't put your family's comfort and concerns first. Rather than selecting a remodeler based on where one bid falls compared to others, shift your focus to finding a professional remodeler; then go about getting a bid on your job. If the bid is higher than what you budgeted, work with the remodeler to decide where you can cut back or what you can postpone to keep the project on budget. For example, you can always have the remodeler frame in a fireplace to be installed later, but he can't upgrade the company's customer service if there wasn't any to begin with. Some important characteristics you should be looking for to ensure that you hire a professional remodeler are: � Experience � Ask how long the remodeler has been in business. Longevity suggests financial stability, which is necessary for the remodeler to finish the job and still be available if problems crop up after the job is completed. Also, the more jobs the company has completed, the more expertise the remodeler will bring to your project and the hidden surprises that remodeling typically entails. � Reputation � Look to the remodeler's former and current customers to gauge the company's reputation. Obtain the names and phone numbers of customers you can call to get their impressions of the company's work and customer service. Call them and make personal visits to see the work they had done. Even better, get references from customers whose projects were similar to the one your family is planning. Also, go visit one of the company's jobs in progress to evaluate how they manage the construction process and how tidy they keep the job site. Ask whether these homeowners would hire the company again. A ny homeowner planning to remodel wants nothing less than a professional job. Who wouldn't want the best quality in terms of workmanship and materials when it comes to improving their most prized and most valuable asset? However, when it comes to selecting a remodeler, too many buyers conveniently forget the time-proven adage that "you get what you pay for." The dilemma that confronts many homeowners is their desire for a top-notch job at the lowest possible price. With price as their primary focus, they ignore other criteria that may carry more weight in producing a successfully completed project and a smooth working relationship with the remodeler. It's understandable that price is a major consideration when it comes to remodeling. The cost of remodeling has increased as the demand for remodeling grows. Higher costs of materials (such as copper pipes) and scarcity of skilled labor are just two factors contributing to price hikes. A national trade magazine, Remodeling, reported in a Cost vs. Value survey that a mid-priced major kitchen remodel, the most popular remodeling project, costs $58,400. For a minor remodel of the same 200-square-foot kitchen, the cost is $21,700. 6 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES � Business Credentials - A good place to start your search for a remodeler is with the Greensboro Builders Association and our affiliated Remodelers Council. We strive to keep our members informed about new products, construction techniques, business practices and industry issues. Participation demonstrates a remodeler's commitment to professionalism and to the remodeling industry. There are also national, professional credentials such as Certified Graduate Remodeler (CGR), Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS), and Certified Green Professional (CGP) for those who meet extensive education requirements. There are also Certified Lead Professionals knowledgeable in dealing with lead paint renovations for homes built prior to 1978. � Contractor License - Ask to see a copy of the remodeler's NC General Contractor license. For companies doing any remodeling and renovation work greater than $30,000, a NC General Contractor license is required. You can also call the Licensing Board to find out if there are any unresolved complaints against the company you might hire. � Insurance - It is very important to verify that the remodeler carries Workers' Compensation and Liability insurance. Have the remodeler show you copies of both insurance certificates to protect yourself from liability in situations involving job site injuries or property damage resulting from the work being done on your home. If they do not carry insurance, you are ultimately responsible as the homeowner for any problems that arise on your property. Are you willing to take that risk? If your goal is a professional remodeling project, then your best bet is to hire a professional remodeler. The extra cost will pay for itself in the satisfaction you receive while the project is in progress and during the many years you will enjoy the completed project. Utilizing the annual Tour of Remodeled Homes is a great way to get started. You have the opportunity to meet members of the Greensboro Builders Association's Remodelers Council and see firsthand their quality workmanship. For additional information on remodeling, along with a list of professional remodelers in the area, visit the GBA website at www.GreensboroBuilders.org 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 7 Acorn Construction, Inc. Mark Bolens 336.215.7871 email@example.com www.acornconstructioninc.com Acorn Construction has been a remodeling company for 35 years. Together with designers, subcontractors and our own well-trained team we strive to provide an affordable quality finished product that meets the client's needs. Acorn is also lead certified and has all qualifications to perform remodeling jobs on lead projects. Acorn has received numerous awards for outstanding quality and professionalism. DLM Builders, Inc. Leslie Millsaps, CGR CAPS CGP David Millsaps, CGR CAPS CGP 336.275.9457 firstname.lastname@example.org www.dlmbuilders.com DLM Builders has been remodeling in Greensboro for longer than there has been a Remodelers Council. Every company in this book does quality work � we do too. We are not everyone's remodeler but our long list of clients will tell you that we do get it right. People hire us because we solve problems. And work magic. When it is time for you to Design / Remodel / Transform we would love to work with you. Alert Construction Remodeling & Repair, Inc. Ed Regensburg 336.275.3009 email@example.com www.alerthomerepair.com Local builder and remodeler for fifteen years. Member Greensboro Builders Association, Greensboro Merchants Association and Better Business Bureau. Husband and wife team with office and showroom on Wendover Avenue. Gary Jobe Builder, Inc. Gary Jobe 336.272.2772 firstname.lastname@example.org www.garyjobebuilder.com A third generation builder, Gary continues to provide his clients with the highest level of integrity and respect. His professional building team is made up of knowledgeable, courteous craftsmen and supervisors. Repeat customers over the years are the greatest compliment to his building. His passion for his chosen profession translates into outstanding personal commitment to a job well done and friendships that last a lifetime. Booe Building & Remodeling Jim Booe 336.282.8991 email@example.com www.booeremodeling.com Jim Booe and his team at Booe Building and Remodeling have been remodeling homes in Greensboro for the past sixteen years. With Jim's engineering experience, more than one hundred years combined experience of his lead carpenters, and close relationship with subcontractors and suppliers; leads to a professional remodeling experience with a commitment to excellence in quality while finishing projects on time. 8 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES Homes Built by Design, Inc. Tammy Roberts 336.644.0199 firstname.lastname@example.org www.homesbuiltbydesign.com As a design/build company, Tammy has been designing and building homes for over 20 years. Our success can be attributed to taking the time to listen to each client and being attentive to details with the reward of bringing the homeowners dream to life. Another key element is having a passion for designing, building and remodeling beautiful homes and creating lasting relationships with our customers. Our goal is to exceed our customers' expectations with quality workmanship, integrity, staying on budget and schedule. GENERAL CONTRACTORS JLB Remodeling, Inc. Jamie Bowlin 336.681.2902 email@example.com www.jlbremodeling.com JLB Remodeling, Inc. is a remodeling and home maintenance firm that provides the highest level of craftsmanship and professionalism. Our exceptionally detailed project management and partnership with local trade specific companies and individuals allow us to exceed our owner's expectations and provide them with unparalleled service tailored to their needs. Call us for your free in home consultation. Southern Evergreen Tom Garcia 336.286.3886 firstname.lastname@example.org www.SouthernEvergreen.com Southern Evergreen is a full service design, building and real estate firm. We offer all the professional services, within the same company, that a client may need to bring every project together seamlessly. We have more than a decade of renovation and new home construction experience. Visit us online for our complete portfolio. Kevin Jones Design-Build Kevin Jones 336.402.1464 email@example.com www.kevinjonesdesignbuild.com Kevin Jones Design Build is a full-service remodeling firm that has been transforming homes in the Triad since 2002. We provide full design and remodeling services for kitchens, baths, additions and whole house renovation projects. Ranked as the largest full service remodeler in the Triad by Remodeling Magazine in 2010, we are uniquely qualified to help you create the space of your dreams. Call us to schedule an appointment to visit our showroom and let our team of experts help you with your next project. Thomas-James Construction, LLC Jim Grant 336.207.4831 firstname.lastname@example.org www.thomasjamesconstruction.com Thomas-James Construction was established in 2000 as a full service remodeling company specializing in kitchens, baths and home additions. By utilizing our long-standing relationships with our subcontractors along with our hands on approach, we ensure quality craftsmanship and timely completion. Piedmont Personal Builders, LLC Regis Skeehan 336.662.0200 email@example.com www.piedmontpersonalbuilders.com Founded in 2000 by Tom Bernard and Regis Skeehan, Piedmont Personal Builders is a quality custom homebuilder and remodeler with special emphasis on achieving top custom satisfaction. We work almost anywhere in the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina and can provide design assistance and CAD drawing services for your project as required. Wolfe Homes Jim Wolfe 336.299.2969 firstname.lastname@example.org www.wolfehomes.com Wolfe Homes takes pride in designing, planning and executing renovation projects that incorporate updated living into existing structures. We enjoy the creative process of working closely with homeowners to achieve results exceeding expectations. 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 9 INDUSTRY PARTNERS Marion Tile & Flooring Tim Marion 336.674.8839 email@example.com www.mariontile.com Omega Creations Kitchen & Bath Design Firm Tommy Marsh 336.643.6615 firstname.lastname@example.org www.omegacreationscabinetry.com Cabinetry is our business, but creating spaces that you love is our passion. Our showroom which was designed and built to appear to be a restored Carolina farmhouse sits at the intersection of Lake Brandt and Hwy 150. Our objective was to show you that passion. We designed, decorated and filled the showroom with lots of great and different ideas. Come and take a tour. But call to make sure we are in. It's worth the trip! Windsor's Cabinetry for Kitchens & Baths Helen Marshburn 336.275.0190 email@example.com www.windsorscabinetry.com Windsor's Cabinetry is dedicated to listening to the customer and developing the look and style they desire within the scope of their budget. As an award winning custom kitchen and bath company, we offer our customers a custom designed plan and product that personalizes every unique home. With more than 14 different product lines to choose from, Windsor's is sure to have a product that will fit every look and every budget. Since 1963, Marion Tile & Flooring has provided the Triad with the finest quality workmanship in tile and stone setting, hardwood, carpet, cork and vinyl flooring. Our showroom is filled with all types of stone, tile and flooring options that will make your next project beautiful. Marion Tile & Flooring, a family business, offers everyone the highest level of service from start to finish. HUGE INVENTORY OF SLABS ."3#-& t -*.&450/& t (3"/*5& t 26"35; Custom fabricators of kitchen countertops, tiles, vanities, fireplace surrounds and more! Visit our showroom Monday - Friday: 8:30 - 5:00 and Saturday by appointment & ,JWFUU %S t )JHI 1PJOU t t XXXUIFTUPOFSFTPVSDFDPN 10 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES TOUR SPONSORS TOUR ENTRIES The following GBA Remodelers Council members have entries in the 2012 Tour of Remodeled Homes. Acorn Construction, Inc. Master Bath Entry 6: 2311 Blue Ridge Drive Alert Construction Remodeling & Repair, Inc. Sunroom & Deck Entry 14: 4700 Crestwick Court Booe Building & Remodeling & Omega Creations Kitchen & Bath Design Firm Kitchen & Family Room Entry 5: 5305 Century Oaks Drive DLM Builders, Inc. & Marion Tile & Flooring Kitchen & Sunroom Entry 8: 5919 Ballinger Road Gary Jobe Builder, Inc. Attic Transformation Entry 3: 6 Hines Park Lane Homes Built by Design, Inc. Partial Renovation Entry 15: 4501 Shaw Farm Circle Complete Renovation Entry 16: 3216 Nancy Jean Road JLB Remodeling, Inc. Kitchen Entry 9: 6 Kelvington Court Kevin Jones Design-Build Completion Renovations Entry 1: 1804 Huntington Road Entry 7: 5205 Hedrick Drive Entry 11: 117 Beverly Place Piedmont Personal Builders, LLC Media Room Entry 4: 1205 Mosley Road Southern Evergreen Complete Renovation Entry 12: 205 Homewood Avenue Thomas-James Construction Kitchen Entry 10: 3914 Watauga Drive Windsor's Cabinetry for Kitchens & Baths Kitchen Entry 13: 4004 South Rockingham Road Wolfe Homes Complete Renovation, Outdoor Living & Pool Entry 2: 108 Willoughby Boulevard On the following pages, you will find a map with driving directions as well as information on each Tour entry. New this year, VERIZON WIRELESS is our Ticket Sales Technology Partner. Members of the Verizon Wireless team will be at each home providing access to purchase tickets with debit and/or credit cards. TICKETS: $ 10 Tickets can be purchased at any of the Tour homes for $10 per person, which provides access to tour each home on the 2012 Tour of Remodeled Homes. Cash, checks and debit /credit card payments are now accepted thanks to our new partnership with Verizon Wireless. Let us orchestrate your dream. Greensboro: 305 Friendship Drive (336) 664-6509 Winston-Salem: 7905 North Point Boulevard (336) 759-0253 FERGUSON.COM �2011 Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 3005 Flagstone Drive in Greensboro 336.273.2866 firstname.lastname@example.org TECHNOLOGY PARTNER � 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 11 2012 TOUR OF RE MAP AND DRIVIN 1 Kevin Jones Design-Build 1804 Huntington Road North on Elm Street from downtown Greensboro. Left on Sunset Drive into Old Irving Park. Left on Pembroke Road. Left on Huntington Road. House is on the left. 2 Wolfe Homes 108 Willoughby Boulevard Cone Boulevard to Elm Street. Travel north on Elm Street. Left on Willoughby Boulevard. House is on the right. 3 Gary Jobe Builder, Inc. 6 Hines Park Lane Elm Street North through traffic circle at Lake Jeanette. North Elm Street becomes Bass Chapel Road. Left on Jacobs Way. Right on Hines Park Lane. 7 6 5 4 Piedmont Personal Builders, LLC 1205 Mosley Road Elm Street North through traffic circle at Lake Jeanette. North Elm Street becomes Bass Chapel Road. Right on Northern Shores Lane. Left on Mosley Road. House is third on the left. 9 5 Booe Building & Remodeling Omega Creations Kitchen & Bath Design Firm 5305 Century Oaks Drive Battleground Ave North to Old Battleground Road. Right on Old Battleground Road. Right on Lake Brandt Road. Left on Century Oaks Drive into Lake Brandt Estates. 8 10 11 6 Acorn Construction, Inc. 2311 Blue Ridge Drive Battleground Avenue North. Right on Old Battleground Road. Right on Lake Brandt Road. Left on Century Oaks Drive. Right on Blue Ridge Drive. 7 Kevin Jones Design-Build 5205 Hedrick Drive Bryan Blvd to the New Garden Road exit. At the light, cross over New Garden Road and continue on Horse Pen Creek Road. Left on Carlson Dairy Farm Road. Right on Hedrick Drive. House is on the left. 8 DLM Builders, Inc. 5919 Ballinger Road From Friendly Avenue at Guilford College. Travel north for .7 miles on New Garden Road. Left on Ballinger Road. House is .2 miles on the left. From Horse Pen Creek Road. Turn right on New Garden Road. Turn onto Ballinger Road at intersection with Fleming Road. 13 9 JLB Remodeling, Inc. 6 Kelvington Court Battleground Avenue North. Left on New Garden Road. Left on Brassfield Road. Left on Ashton Drive. Right on Kelvington Court. House is on the right. 12 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES MODELED HOMES NG DIRECTIONS 10 Thomas-James Construction, LLC 3914 Watauga Drive From Friendly Avenue and Westridge Road, travel east on Friendly Avenue. Left on Kemp Road West. Right on Watauga Drive. House is on the left. From Friendly Avenue and Holden Road, travel west on Friendly Avenue. Right on Kemp Road West. Right on Watauga Drive. House in on the left. 11 4 3 12 Kevin Jones Design-Build 117 Beverly Place From Friendly Avenue and Holden Road, travel south. Left on Madison Avenue. Travel six blocks. Right on Beverly Place. House is sixth on the right. Southern Evergreen 205 Homewood Avenue West Friendly Avenue, across from Friendly Shopping Center, turn onto West Avondale Drive. Left on Edgewater Drive. Right on Homewood Avenue. House on the right at the top of the hill. West Market Street, just west of Wendover Avenue, turn onto Homewood Avenue. Cross Madison Avenue. House is on the left. 2 1 13 Windsor's Cabinetry for Kitchens & Baths 4004 South Rockingham Road High Point Road to Alamance Road. Alamance Road to South Rockingham Road. Left on South Rockingham Road. House is on the right. 12 14 Alert Construction Remodeling & Repair, Inc. 4700 Crestwick Court Highway 421 South to Hagan Stone Park Road. Right on Liberty Road. First left on Woody Mill Road. Third right on Southstone Drive. Right on Crestwick Court. 15 16 Homes Built by Design, Inc. 4501 Shaw Farm Circle Alamance Church Road to Southeast School Road. Right on Southeast School Road. Right on Shaw Farm Circle. House is on the left. 16 15 Homes Built by Design, Inc. 3216 Nancy Jean Road East I-85 to Youngs Mill Road. Right on Youngs Mill Road. Left on Millpoint Road. Immediate right on Thacker Dairy Road. Travel approximately two miles. Left on Nancy Jean Road. House is on the left. (Look for the Steve Lackey Quarter Horse sign) South on Alamance Church Road. Left on Millpoint Road. Right on Thacker Dairy Road. Left on Nancy Jean Road. House is on the left. 14 Find Us on Facebook Greensboro Builders Association 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 13 1 COMPLETE RENOVATION 1804 HUNTINGTON ROAD GENERAL CONTRACTOR Kevin Jones Design-Build Kevin Jones 336.402.1464 email@example.com www.kevinjonesdesignbuild.com PROJECT DESCRIPTION This lovely one story house on the golf course in Old Irving Park was completely re-imagined as a two-story home with a two-car garage and expansive outdoor living spaces. This project was truly an "extreme remodel"! The main level now boasts a large master suite on the back of the house with golf course views from the wall of French doors. A large terraced patio provides outdoor living space accessible from the rear foyer and directly from the master bedroom. The new second story features a huge library with a masonry fireplace and built-in bookcases, two new guest bedrooms, two full baths, and huge storage spaces including a dedicated craft room. A new two-car garage and main level laundry round out this incredible transformation. 14 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES A second floor was added to this home providing guests rooms, a large library, craft room and more. Taking advantage of the golf course view, this renovation includes the addition of a master suite on the rear of the house along with an outdoor living area. DIRECTIONS North on Elm Street from downtown Greensboro. Left on Sunset Drive into Old Irving Park. Left on Pembroke Road. Left on Huntington Road. Home is located on the left. GBA Participating Members A B C Supply Butler Lighting CertainTeed Corp Colonial Materials, Inc. David Abbott Painting Ivey Lane, Inc. McGee Brothers Co., Inc. New Home Building Supply Oak Ridge Electric Co, Inc. Pete Wall Plumbing Co., Inc. Sherwin Williams / Duron Paint Company Weeks Hardwood Flooring 3005 Flagstone Drive in Greensboro 336.273.2866 firstname.lastname@example.org 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 15 2 COMPLETE RENOVATION, OUTDOOR LIVING SPACE & POOL 108 WILLOUGHBY BOULEVARD GENERAL CONTRACTOR Wolfe Homes Jim Wolfe 336.299.2969 email@example.com www.wolfehomes.com PROJECT DESCRIPTION This house built in the early 1980's was in need of "refreshing." One of the primary objectives for this remodel was to update the entire interior of the home, as well as create an outdoor living area. It had a 30 year old kitchen, antiquated master bath and closet area, and a somewhat overgrown rear yard. The new owners wanted to create and update the home with an energetic, outdoor living area for their four boys. We designed and transformed each of the above areas into new and more modern spaces complete with painted brick, new shutters, new screen porch, outdoor pool house with kitchen and fireplace, along with backyard landscaping. This home is now ready to be enjoyed by a new active family. BEFORE 16 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES Significant changes in this home renovation included a new kitchen featuring custom kitchen cabinets. Do not trave l out of town or ou t of sta te! Height 30" Antique Chandeliers One of the unique elements and special features added to this renovation is a diamond shape mirror wall in the dining room. DIRECTIONS Cone Boulevard to Elm Street. Travel north on Elm Street. Left on Willoughby Boulevard. House is on the right. Circa 1900 Normandy France Width 36" GBA Participating Members A B C Supply Alarmguard Security, Inc. Beeson Hardware & Lumber Co. Butler Lighting Carpet One By Henry Creative Of Greensboro Pools & Spas Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Ivey Lane, Inc. Oak Ridge Electric Co, Inc. Pest Management Systems, Inc. Revco Floor Finishing, Inc. Sherwin Williams / Duron Paint Company Wade's Heating & Air Conditioning Wholesale Ceramic Tile, Inc. I r o n , B r o n z e , B r a s s , W o o d a n d C r y st a l a t o u r H i g h P o i nt S h o w r o o m . 4380 Regency Dr. 336.889.2344 High Point, NC 2203 N. Church St 336.412.2521 17 Fixtures on display from the 1860's - 1920's Greensboro, NC 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 3 ATTIC TRANSFORMATION 6 HINES PARK LANE GENERAL CONTRACTOR Gary Jobe Builder, Inc. Gary Jobe 336.272.2772 firstname.lastname@example.org www.garyjobebuilder.com PROJECT DESCRIPTION Interior designer, Marta Mitchell worked directly with the client to create the concept and all design features and specifications for this townhome, transforming it into a metropolitan and contemporary space. One of the primary objectives was to create a fun area to entertain friends and where the owner's children would choose to hang out...looking for a spectacular, yet livable space that said "WOW." The entire space was transformed. Special features included creation of the loft, a new staircase and railings, dramatic lighting, mural on dormer window panels, along with a granite floor to ceiling fireplace wall. DESIGNER Marta Mitchell Interiors Marta Mitchell 336.665.0188 email@example.com www.martamitchell.com 18 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES One of the greatest challenges in this transformation was designing and building the open staircase and the dramatic lighting. 300 N. Chimney Rock Road (336) 834-1958 From the loft, you can see this incredible space. The entertainment area has programmed controls for all lighting, shades and electronics. DIRECTIONS Elm Street North through traffic circle at Lake Jeanette. North Elm Street becomes Bass Chapel Road. Left on Jacobs Way. Right on Hines Park Lane. GBA Participating Members Batten Electric Company Builder's Insulation Carolina Custom Surfaces Carpet One By Henry Clearlight Glass & Mirror, Inc. Colonial Materials, Inc. Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Ivey Lane, Inc. JDL, Inc. Jenkins-Pearson Insurance Agency New Home Building Supply Pegram-West Pete Wall Plumbing Co., Inc. Total Heating & Cooling, Inc. Weeks Hardwood Flooring At RSG, our experts have you covered. Roofing � Siding Decking Cultured Stone Windows At RSG we work closely with contractors and builders who strive to grow long-lasting, profitable businesses and who want to avoid the consequences of inaccuracies and poor project management all too common in our industry. Local Ownership � Expert Staff � Large Inventory On-Time Delivery � Takeoff Services � Extensive Showroom We are open 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM M-F to service your needs We invite you to use out facility as an extension of your office to enhance your professional selling approach. 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 19 4 MEDIA ROOM 1205 MOSLEY ROAD GENERAL CONTRACTOR Piedmont Personal Builders, LLC Regis Skeehan 336.662.0200 firstname.lastname@example.org www.piedmontpersonalbuilders.com PROJECT DESCRIPTION The homeowners were looking to create a "home theater" environment in their new home. They needed a place for their TV and stereo equipment so we transformed the existing unfinished attic into a two-level media room featuring a hardwood entry foyer, along with hardwood staircase to a raised media room with two storage closets and an electronics cabinet. Significant changes in this renovation included reframing the room, rerouting HVAC lines to serve the space, insulating the area to Energy-Star standards, building a new stairway to the upper level of the media room and installing the home theater. 20 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES The homeowners are enjoying the media room and home theater addition to their new home. The media room is elevated into two levels because it sits above the existing great room ceiling, which steps up from 10 to 13 feet high. DIRECTIONS Elm Street North through traffic circle at Lake Jeanette. North Elm Street becomes Bass Chapel Road. Right on Northern Shores Lane. Left on Mosley Road. House is third on the left. GBA Participating Members Aikiwave Painter, LLC Alamance Iron Works Builder's Insulation Carpet One By Henry Colonial Materials, Inc. Distinctive Designs Cabinetry Sherwin Williams / Duron Paint Company Stock Building Supply Weeks Hardwood Flooring 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 21 5 KITCHEN & FAMILY ROOM 5305 CENTURY OAKS DRIVE GENERAL CONTRACTOR Booe Building & Remodeling Jim Booe 336.282.8991 email@example.com www.booeremodeling.com PROJECT DESCRIPTION DESIGNER The primary objective for this project was to remodel an outdated kitchen to capture the homeowner's style and open up the great room for family and entertaining. To say that the homeowners spend a lot of time planning their remodel would be an understatement. In December when the crew showed up, "the dream began." Only six weeks later...all the hard work paid off. You have to see!! Significant changes included removing the wall separating the kitchen and family room. The owners didn't like the kitchen window but with some custom work, it became a beautiful focal point. Exotic granite was used in the kitchen along with custom designed built and finished cabinetry. The new cooking area is truly a chef's dream! BEFORE Omega Creations Kitchen & Bath Design Firm Tommy Marsh 336.643.6615 firstname.lastname@example.org www.omegacreationscabinetry.com 22 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES T F Roofing � Siding � Windows The EXPERIENCE You Want � The SERVICE You Expect � The VALUE You Deserve Serving Greensboro With 2 Locations! 7614 Boeing Drive Greensboro, NC 27409 PH: (336) 668-9700 FX: (336) 668-3233 2809-A Thurston Road Greensboro, NC 27406 PH: (336) 274-7300 FX: (336) 274-700 For All Of Your Roofing, Siding & Window Needs! Visit us online at BestDistributing.com S Beautiful granite throughout this kitchen...this is the largest island possible without a seam in the granite. For more information, contact Lori Bullis Sales Representative Phone (336) 665-1771 Showroom Location: 5591 Garden Village Way Greensboro, NC www.pinehallbrick.com Adjacent to the kitchen is the updated breakfast area. This addition includes opening up the family room for entertaining. DIRECTIONS Battleground Ave North to Old Battleground Road. Right on Old Battleground Road. Right on Lake Brandt Road. Left on Century Oaks Drive into Lake Brandt Estates. GBA Participating Members Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Florida Tile, Inc. Ivey Lane, Inc. New Home Building Supply Nicholson Flooring Company, Inc. Wally Overman Plumbing, Inc. 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 23 6 MASTER BATH 2311 BLUE RIDGE DRIVE GENERAL CONTRACTOR PROJECT DESCRIPTION The primary objective in this renovation was to take three small rooms and transform into one large master bath suite. Renovation included removal of two windows and three walls. The greatest challenge involved supporting the load of the removed walls to create an open floor plan. The large master bath suite includes a large 10x16 walk-in closet, custom cabinets and a custom closet system. It has a large soaking tub with built in nooks for storage and a 5x8 walk-in shower with multiple outlets and tile floor-to-ceiling in wet areas of bath. Acorn Construction, Inc. Mark Bolens 336.215.7871 email@example.com www.acornconstructioninc.com INDUSTRY PARTNER INDUSTRY PARTNER Marion Tile & Flooring Tim Marion 336.674.8839 firstname.lastname@example.org www.mariontile.com 24 Innovative Kitchens & Baths, Inc. Patrick Bunn 336.279.1188 email@example.com 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES By reconfiguring this floor plan and removing walls, the master bedroom and bath were expanded into a master suite. Featuring cabinetry by Jim Bishop Cabinets Inc. By Appointment Only - 336.279.1188 2912 Manufacturers Rd. Greensboro NC The new master bath features a large 5x8 walk in shower with multiple outlets and tile floor-to-ceiling in the wet areas of the bath. DIRECTIONS Battleground Avenue North. Right on Old Battleground Road. Right on Lake Brandt Road. Left on Century Oaks Drive. Right on Blue Ridge Drive. GBA Participating Members A Sani-Can Service, Inc. Builders FirstSource Chrismon Heating & Cooling, Inc. Colonial Materials, Inc. Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Innovative Kitchens & Baths, Inc. Lemons Glass & Mirror, Inc. Marion Tile & Flooring New Home Building Supply Pine Hall Brick Company Residential Engineering Services, P.A. Schneider Stone Wally Overman Plumbing, Inc. Weeks Hardwood Flooring 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 25 7 COMPLETE RENOVATION 5205 HEDRICK DRIVE GENERAL CONTRACTOR Kevin Jones Design-Build Kevin Jones 336.402.1464 firstname.lastname@example.org www.kevinjonesdesignbuild.com PROJECT DESCRIPTION This fantastic family-sized home on the Greensboro Country Club Farm Course has huge rooms and seems to go on forever, but it just needed new finishes and some updating to make it truly special. This was achieved by gutting the kitchen and the bathrooms, relocating the laundry room, building an office, turning the sunroom into the pool table room, and finishing the space above the three-car garage for the ultimate man-cave! The gazebo and patios in the rear provide great outdoor living spaces with fantastic views of the golf course. This is the "go to" house for family gatherings and entertaining guests! Children, teens and adults alike will all be entertained in the retro-themed man-cave complete with classic pinball machines and arcade games. BEFORE 26 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES HEDGECOCK ELECTRIC INC. Marty Hedgecock N.C. LIC. 13857-L 6004 TROTTER RIDGE RD. SUMMERFIELD, NC 27358 Ph. 336.643.9863 Fax. 336.298.4190 Cell. 336.215.5216 Nextel. 7051 This is a huge cook's kitchen with maple cabinets, granite, stainless appliances and a new pantry, along with an office located off the kitchen area. CERAMIC TILE, INC. YOUR VISION OUR EXPERTISE ONE MASTERPIECE WHOLESALE 336.292.0130 2 8 8 5 I M M A N U E L R O A D GREENSBORO, NC 27407 The luxury master bath has a shower that is "to-die-for" adjoined by a huge master suite with fireplace. DIRECTIONS Bryan Blvd to the New Garden Road exit. At the light, cross over New Garden Road and continue on Horse Pen Creek Road. Left on Carlson Dairy Farm Road. Right on Hedrick Drive. House is on the left. Window Door Johnand Hall Guttering Inc. 5' & 6' Seamless Gutters Copper & Aluminum 1/2 Round & Custom Siding & Window Below Deck Systems Below Deck Systems by John Hall Guttering is an all aluminum system designed to create a dry, attractive space below raised deck. Constructed of heavy duty .027 aluminum, the panels are impervious to rust. The system is installed with a gentle slope away from the house, and the water is channeled into an integrated gutter system. The panels are available in custom lengths and many colors to suit your specific project. GBA Participating Members A B C Supply Butler Lighting CertainTeed Corp Colonial Materials, Inc. David Abbott Painting Ivey Lane, Inc. McGee Brothers Co., Inc. New Home Building Supply Oak Ridge Electric Co, Inc. Pete Wall Plumbing Co., Inc. Sherwin Williams / Duron Paint Company Weeks Hardwood Flooring John Hall 336.707.6421 P.O. BOX 451 STOKESDALE, NC 27357 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 27 8 KITCHEN & SUNROOM 5919 BALLINGER ROAD GENERAL CONTRACTOR DLM Builders, Inc. Leslie & David Millsaps 336.275.9457 email@example.com www.dlmbuilders.com PROJECT DESCRIPTION INDUSTRY PARTNER "I can't wait to get home to my kitchen � it's my favorite place." Imagine feeling this way while you're on vacation. Take your home, built in the 1930's, and open the kitchen flow into the rest of the house, enclose a porch to create a sunroom & sitting room, add new doors, windows, energy efficiency, new front entry details, and oh a gorgeous kitchen that recreates your dream photo collection. And there you are. BEFORE Marion Tile & Flooring Tim Marion 336.674.8839 firstname.lastname@example.org www.mariontile.com 28 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES Didyouknow? We're more than just a Termite company. � Termite � Pest Control Control � Crawl Space & Attic Insulation Call us today: � Moisture Control Service � Bed Bug Service � Commercial � Mosquito 336-621-7070 www. terminix-triad.com Bruce-Terminix Co. ("Terminix") is a NC corp. licensed by the Terminix Intl. Co. L.P., of Memphis, TN, as a Terminix licensee. A significant change in this renovation was removing the wall between the kitchen and the dining room. One of the homeowner's primary objectives was to better connect the family's activities to the kitchen, creating a better flow throughout the house. DIRECTIONS From Friendly Avenue at Guilford College. Travel north for .7 miles on New Garden Road. Left on Ballinger Road. House is .2 miles on the left. From Horse Pen Creek Road. Turn right on New Garden Road. Turn onto Ballinger Road at intersection with Fleming Road. We Specialize In: GBA Participating Members A B C Supply A Sani-Can Service, Inc. Builders Mutual Insurance Co. David Abbott Painting Ivey Lane, Inc. Kay Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. McGee Brothers Co., Inc. Sherwin Williams / Duron Paint Company New Home Building Supply Pete Wall Plumbing Co., Inc. Piedmont Natural Gas Co. � Ceramic Tile � Marble � Natural Stone � Cork � Hardwood � Carpet 49 Years of Quality Installations in the Triad. � Amtico We Have Our Own Full Time � Vinyl Professional Installers. � Bathroom Repairs � Kitchen Floors & Backsplashes Showroom Hours: � Tub to Shower Conversion Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri., 8-5 pm / Thurs. 8-7 pm � Steam Cleaning Tile & Grout (336) 674-8839 4719 Pleasant Garden Road, Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 www.mariontile.com 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 29 9 KITCHEN 6 KELVINGTON COURT GENERAL CONTRACTOR JLB Remodeling, Inc. Jamie Bowlin 336.681.2902 email@example.com www.jlbremodeling.com PROJECT DESCRIPTION It's all about the "DETAILS"! A collaborative effort from our interior designer, master carpenter, trade specific craftsmen, cabinet designer and custom cabinet finisher allowed us to finish this exquisite kitchen remodel in an amazing six week time period. We transformed the existing solid oak cabinets into beautiful deep mahogany glazed cabinetry, installed stunning Absolute Cream granite countertop. Custom built and modified several cabinets to accommodate new stainless steel appliances and farm style sink, installed recessed ceiling and LED under counter lighting, installed solid wood dove tailed drawer cores with full extension glides and soft action door/drawer closures, modified an existing breakfast cabinet into an elegant hutch, and so much more. BEFORE 30 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES Renn Building Products SM A MASCO Contractor Services Company One of the homeowner's primary objectives was to update the kitchen with new appliances without breaking the bank! Local relationships. National resources. Renn Building Products' history of servicing the Greensboro and surrounding area dates back more than 45 years. Our commitment is to customer satisfaction. We strive for excellence by providing quality products, services and personal attention to detail, all at competitive prices. Renn Building Products is focused on safety. Our trained, background checked, drug screened professionals employ best practice techniques on the jobsite, so you get consistent quality results. Cabinets were changed from the existing oak pickled to faux finished cherry including a decorative hutch in the breakfast area. DIRECTIONS Battleground Avenue North. Left on New Garden Road. Left on Brassfield Road. Left on Ashton Drive. Right on Kelvington Court. House is on the right. Services include: r Insulation r Gutters r Shelving r Shower Enclosures r Bath Accessories r Fireplaces GBA Participating Members Alamance Iron Works Butler Lighting Carolina Kitchen & Bath Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Ivey Lane, Inc. Lemons Glass & Mirror, Inc. Lowe's Home Improvement Oak Ridge Electric Co, Inc. Sherwin Williams / Duron Paint Company Weeks Hardwood Flooring Call today for a FREE estimate (336) 252-5582 MascoCS.com/RennGreensboro . B O V G B D U V S F S T 3 P B E r ( S F F O T C P S P / $ r 31 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 10 KITCHEN 3914 WATAUGA DRIVE GENERAL CONTRACTOR Thomas-James Construction, LLC Jim Grant 336.207.4831 firstname.lastname@example.org www.thomasjamesconstruction.com BEFORE PROJECT DESCRIPTION The primary objective in this renovation was to enlarge the kitchen to make it more open. This required gutting the entire kitchen and changing the floor plan. New cabinets were installed and appliances relocated. In addition, the den wall adjacent to the kitchen was opened to give the space better flow. One of the challenges encountered was blending the new hardwood floors to the old so that they looked the same. The changes made opened the space to create this gourmet kitchen! 32 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES Making the homeowner and the designer's ideas come to life is what makes this such a great renovation! A LARMGUARD S E C U R I T Y � I N C Sales � Service � Monitoring JAY CALDWELL Sales (336) 854-3281 (336) 854-3797 Fax 1103 Norwalk Street Greensboro, NC 27407 Email: email@example.com www.alarmguardsecurity.com By reconfiguring the kitchen floor plan, space was opened to the breakfast area creating better flow. DIRECTIONS From Friendly Avenue and Holden Road, travel west on Friendly Avenue. Right on Kemp Road West. Right on Watauga Drive. House in on the left. From Friendly Avenue and Westridge Road, travel east on Friendly Avenue. Left on Kemp Road West. Right on Watauga Drive. House is on the left. Beyond Building Materials, Building Solutions 7ITH "OISES 3AW4EK� 3TOCK "UILDING 3UPPLY HAS THE ABILITY TO OFFER THE FASTEST MOST MODERN CUTTING IN THE WORLD THAT IS ABLE TO PROCESS LINEAL FEET IN AN HOUR SHIFT &ASTER PROCESSING MEANS lLLING YOUR ORDER FASTER GBA Participating Members A Sani-Can Service, Inc. Builders Mutual Insurance Co. Butler Lighting Cox Wood Floors, Inc. Ivey Lane, Inc. Pegram-West Pete Wall Plumbing Co., Inc. Sherwin Williams / Duron Paint Company Windsor's Cabinetry for Kitchens & Baths (AMPTON 2OAD #LEMMONS .# s Monday-Friday: 7:00am - 4:00pm Coleman Floor Company "RIGHAM 2OAD 3UITE # s 'REENSBORO .# s WWWSTOCKBUILDINGSUPPLYCOM 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 33 11 COMPLETE RENOVATION 117 BEVERLY PLACE GENERAL CONTRACTOR Kevin Jones Design-Build Kevin Jones 336.402.1464 firstname.lastname@example.org www.kevinjonesdesignbuild.com PROJECT DESCRIPTION This wonderful home in Starmount had been extremely well maintained and kept very true to the original design esthetic. A main level master suite and bath were added that includes a zero-threshold roll-in shower. Space for a motorized wheelchair lift was designed into the rear porch to allow easy access from the driveway to the main level master bedroom. The upstairs master bedroom addition features a full bath with a furniture vanity piece and one of the beautiful, original cast iron bathtubs from the home that has been refinished. A former bedroom on the main level was repurposed as a keeping room and the kitchen was redesigned and expanded. Carrera marble complements the white maple cabinets on the L shaped perimeter and also on the large island. 34 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES Gaining a larger master suite with expanded bath on the second floor was a priority, along with expanding the master suite on the main level for accessibility. Let us orchestrate your dream. For the perfect products for your kitchen or bath, stop by a Ferguson showroom. It's where you'll find the largest range of quality brands and trained consultants to help orchestrate your dream. A side porch with copper roof to match the existing home was added. Matching the 60 year old original brick color, size and texture was the first challenge encountered. Come see why Ferguson is recommended by professional contractors and designers everywhere. DIRECTIONS From Friendly Avenue and Holden Road, travel south. Left on Madison Avenue. Travel six blocks. Right on Beverly Place. House is sixth on the right. GBA Participating Members A B C Supply Butler Lighting CertainTeed Corp Colonial Materials, Inc. David Abbott Painting Ivey Lane, Inc. McGee Brothers Co., Inc. New Home Building Supply Oak Ridge Electric Co, Inc. Pete Wall Plumbing Co., Inc. Sherwin Williams / Duron Paint Company Weeks Hardwood Flooring Greensboro: 305 Friendship Drive (336) 664-6509 Winston-Salem: 7905 North Point Boulevard (336) 759-0253 FERGUSON.COM �2011 Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 35 12 COMPLETE RENOVATION 205 HOMEWOOD AVENUE GENERAL CONTRACTOR Southern Evergreen Tom Garcia 336.286.3886 information@SouthernEvergreen.com www.SouthernEvergreen.com PROJECT DESCRIPTION The homeowners turned to Southern Evergreen for a major home overhaul. They needed to add an aging-parent apartment with a private entrance. This new addition includes a bedroom, full kitchen, sitting room and fully accessible bathroom. In addition, the existing master bathroom received a complete renovation and the entire home got a makeover with new fixtures, paint and flooring. It was out with the old and in with the new! This 1950's home has some new countertops and restored hardwood floors. Southern Evergreen's in-house architect and interior designer designed the transformation, and their experienced craftsman rebuilt the home from the inside out. The home features a new sealed crawl space, tankless hot water heater, modern security systems, beautiful master bathroom and new parent suite. BEFORE 36 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES We Need Rental Homes Tenant Demand Is Up 67% Let us take care of the headaches of renting your house This is the original master bathroom. out for you. "YOUR PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PARTNERS" P.O. BOX 10194 GREENSBORO, NC 27404 336-617-5720 WWW.PIEDMONTRENTALHOMES.COM Removing the old to start with a new structure! DIRECTIONS West Friendly Avenue, across from Friendly Shopping Center, turn onto West Avondale Drive. Left on Edgewater Drive. Right on Homewood Avenue. House on the right at the top of the hill. West Market Street, just west of Wendover Avenue, turn onto Homewood Avenue. Cross Madison Avenue. House is on the left. GBA Participating Members A Sani-Can Service, Inc. Alamance Insulation, LLC Beeson Hardware & Lumber Co. Carolina Custom Surfaces Chandler Concrete Company Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Pella Window & Door Company Pest Management Systems, Inc. Sherwin Williams / Duron Paint Company Stock Building Supply Weeks Hardwood Flooring Kitchen and Bath Countertops � Showers � Bathtubs Vetrazzo recycled glass/concrete island with Cambria quartz perimeter. Visit our showroom featuring granite, marble, quartz, solid surface and cultured marble. Mon-Fri 8:30 � 5:00, Sat 9:00 � 1:00pm 100 Landmark Drive, Greensboro, NC 27409 336.299.3030 � www.carolinacustomsurfaces.com 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 37 13 KITCHEN 4004 SOUTH ROCKINGHAM ROAD DESIGNER Windsor's Cabinetry for Kitchens & Baths Helen Marshburn 336.275.0190 email@example.com www.windsorscabinetry.com PROJECT DESCRIPTION This renovation includes a complete remodel of the kitchen to reflect the homeowner's evolved taste. The kitchen was updated to blend with the rest of the house. Rich cabinetry with beautifully stunning granite warms the kitchen and invites visitors to linger. Careful attention to appliance placement allows the hood wall to become the focal point of the newly remodeled room. By relocating the refrigerator, we were able to achieve better traffic flow. One of the challenges encountered was visually reducing the length of the island. This was achieved by utilizing different heights and depths and by incorporating a circular dining counter on one end of the island. 38 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES This unique island incorporates a circular dining counter on one end. October 13-14 & 20-21 1:00-5:00 PM This newly renovated kitchen expands nicely into the dining room. DIRECTIONS High Point Road to Alamance Road. Alamance Road to South Rockingham Road. Left on South Rockingham Road. House is on the right. GBA Participating Members Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Ivey Lane, Inc. GreensboroBuilders.org 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 39 14 SUNROOM & DECK 4700 CRESTWICK COURT GENERAL CONTRACTOR Alert Construction Remodeling & Repair, Inc. Ed Regensburg 336.275.3009 firstname.lastname@example.org www.alerthomerepair.com PROJECT DESCRIPTION This renovation included changing the exterior of the entire home, along with the addition of a sunroom and deck. EFIS stucco was removed from the house and repairs made. We dug down to the footers, enlarged them and bricked the entire house. One of the greatest challenges experienced during this remodel was that it rained every day we dug for the footers. We then built a two-story deck with Tamko's Evergrain composite materials and installed a year-round sunroom by Better Living on one side. 40 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES A two-story deck was added to the home featuring Tamko's Evergrain composite decking. A+ Rated Custom Sunroom and Deck Combos EFIS stucco was removed and replaced with brick on the entire home. DIRECTIONS Highway 421 South to Hagan Stone Park Road. Right on Liberty Road. First left on Woody Mill Road. Third right on Southstone Drive. Right on Crestwick Court. GBA Participating Members Builders FirstSource Butler CPA PA Pine Hall Brick Company Slaydon's Grading & Hauling, Inc. Call Today and SAVE $3,500.00 on Sunroom and Deck Combinations 336-369-2360 DECKS SUNROOMS PERGOLAS HARDSCAPES AWNINGS GAZEBOS SCREEN PORCHES PATIOS 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 41 15 PARTIAL RENOVATION 4501 SHAW FARM CIRCLE GENERAL CONTRACTOR Homes Built by Design, Inc. Tammy Roberts 336.644.0199 email@example.com www.homesbuiltbydesign.com PROJECT DESCRIPTION One of the primary objectives for this renovation was to add additional space for entertaining including an outdoor living area and enlarged garage area while keeping the overall look and feel of the existing architecture of the home. This 1200 sq. ft. addition boasts a large awesome home theatre room with area for pool table at one end and a wet bar. This new area for entertaining has lots of windows, volume ceiling and looks out onto the new large outdoor patio living space, designed with future pool in mind. Also included is a new one-car garage, laundry room, exercise room and half bath. Extra parking was added with a brick retaining wall. The existing kitchen got a fresh look with a new titled backsplash. BEFORE 42 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES Gary Bennett Nextel 25954 336-339-5554 Brian Bennett Nextel 25955 336-339-2142 Footings � Sand � Gravel 336� 643�4446 7641 Mill Brook Road Summerfield, NC 27358 C O MMERC I AL � RES IDE N TI AL This renovation includes a new area for entertaining with volume ceiling and large windows overlooking the new outdoor living space. GENTRY AIR INC. DON'T BE LEFT IN THE HEAT 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE � SERVICE WHAT WE SELL � AIR CONDITIONING � GAS HEATING � HUMIDIFIERS FREE ESTIMATES � HEAT PUMPS N.C. License # 14633 FA L L WI LANNY GENTRY NTER 621-1070 3511 ASSOCIATE DR GSO NC 27405 VISA & MASTERCARD ACCEPTED SU MMER SP RI NG A new garage was added providing extra parking with a brick retaining wall, matching exterior finishes with existing. DIRECTIONS Alamance Church Road to Southeast School Road. Right on Southeast School Road. Right on Shaw Farm Circle. House is on the left. GBA Participating Members A B C Supply Bennett Backhoe, Inc. Builders Mutual Insurance Co. Butler Lighting Carpet One By Henry Cox Construction Elrod Electrical Service, Inc. Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Lemons Glass & Mirror, Inc. Pegram-West Schneider Stone Sherwin Williams / Duron Paint Company � GE � Whirlpool � KitchenAid � Amana � Viking � ASKO � BOSCH � Subzero � Fisher Paykel 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 43 16 COMPLETE RENOVATION 3216 NANCY JEAN ROAD GENERAL CONTRACTOR Homes Built by Design, Inc. Tammy Roberts 336.644.0199 firstname.lastname@example.org www.homesbuiltbydesign.com PROJECT DESCRIPTION This home was almost completely redone...the only room left untouched was an existing hall bath. The homeowners needed more space in all areas. They also wanted to add an outdoor living space. The goal was to keep the new addition looking like it was part of the original home while adding these enhanced features. We were able to accomplish this and make the home feel like a totally new house while keeping its original cozy, country feel. The renovation included a new roof which raised the ceiling from 8 feet to 9 feet. This transformation included a new large open kitchen, master suite, living space, home office, front porch, back screened porch and deck area. BEFORE 44 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 336.996.4918 Bus-40, Hwy 66 Exit & Turn Right Left Industrial Park Dr. to Whitt Rd www.marshallstone.com 136 Whitt Rd. Kernersville, NC The enlarged kitchen features custom made cabinets, beautiful granite countertops and a nice large pantry. New covered porches with composite decking were added to both the front and back of the home. DIRECTIONS East I-85 to Youngs Mill Road. Right on Youngs Mill Road. Left on Millpoint Road. Immediate right on Thacker Dairy Road. Travel approximately two miles. Left on Nancy Jean Road. House is on the left. (Look for the Steve Lackey Quarter Horse sign) South on Alamance Church Road. Left on Millpoint Road. Right on Thacker Dairy Road. Left on Nancy Jean Road. House is on the left. A beautiful kitchen from Marsh Kitchens just got better!!' For a limited time, when you do a full kitchen remodel with Marsh Kitchens , we will design and install a new backsplash free of charge. Choose from many tile and design options. Please call us for more details. Another reason, for over 100 years now, that Marsh Kitchens gives you the best quality and value. Visit our website or one of our conveniently located showrooms for more information. Marsh Kitchens of High Point 1015 South Centennial St High Point, NC 27260 336.884.7393 Marsh Kitchens of Winson-Salem Newton Square Shopping Center 420 Jonestown Rd Winston-Salem, NC 27104 336.765.7832 Marsh Kitchens of Greensboro 2503 Greengate Dr. Greensboro, NC 27406 336.273.8241 GBA Participating Members A B C Supply Bennett Backhoe, Inc. Builders Mutual Insurance Co. Butler Lighting Carpet Super Mart, Inc. Cox Construction Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Lemons Glass & Mirror, Inc. Marshall Stone Overhead Door Company of Greensboro Pegram-West Schneider Stone Sherwin Williams / Duron Paint Company www.marshkitchens.com 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 45 Two custom-built homes. Thousands of new and upcycled items for sale. A million ideas for your home. house featuring upcycled furniture and furnishings. Sept. 21-23 & 28-30 Fridays & Saturdays 10 am5pm Sundays noon5pm The Gates at Brassfield | 2006 & 2008 Stratton Hills Court Tickets: $15 or $20 for 2-day pass Proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity of Greater Greensboro Presenting Sponsors www.facebook.com/ChicChateauGSO | TheChicChateau.blogspot.com 46 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES www.pinehallbrick.com Award Winning Excellence for Over 30 Years. Award Winning Excellence For Over 30 Years. Specializing in additions: kitchens, baths and whole house remodeling. 336.294.8314 email@example.com 2012 TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES 47 S omething to talk about... 1203 E. M O U N TA I N S T R E E T � K E R N E R S V I L L E , NC 27284 � 336.993.9998 � F A X 336.993.9988 www.amanzigranite.com