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TABLE OF CONTENTS 8

Welcome from the president

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2020 SFAHBA calendar of events

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The Remodelers Council

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Welcome to the 2020 Santa Fe Home Show

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2020 Santa Fe Home Show sponsors

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Casitas

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In need of a new roof

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Home equity line of credit

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2019 Grand Award: Tierra Concepts

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2019 Remodelers Showcase honorees

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2020 Remodelers Showcase participants

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WELCOME! Who we are: SFAHBA Welcome to the 32nd Annual Santa Fe Home Show LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT Hard to believe how time passes so quickly. Here we are in 2020. As we begin a new decade, so begins new leadership and events at the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association. Our first event being March 14-15 Santa Fe Home Show. Like all of our annual events, the Home Show acts as an ideal vehicle for members to meet and show off their wares and skills to the public who are looking to build or improve upon their dream home here in Santa Fe. In June, the annual golf tournament at the Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe allows active fellowship between suppliers and contractors while enjoying a day of chasing the little white ball across the scenic high desert. The tournament not only builds long-lasting friendships, but also steadfast business relationships. Finally, our year rounds out in August with the Parade of Homes where builders show off their skills along with demonstrating the latest techniques in architecture, building technology and construction. The Parade of Homes also spotlights the local tradespeople who help supply products and services that make the homes practical as well as beautiful. All these events are put together and are successful due to active volunteer members who make the time to help out and contribute away from their paid careers. As one of these members, the return is not immediately tangible. As an active member since 2003, I have been personally blessed to have my efforts returned from years of volunteering with a seemingly endless list of builders, remodeling professionals and design members passing me clients for my appliance offerings. Truth is, most of these relationships were in large part established and strengthened over the planning meetings and execution of these association events. As your 2020 elected SFAHBA president, I am reaching out to all our members to please join me in becoming more active in helping the association. I know you will find that the return will be worth the investment, and you may even have a great time doing it. Let’s all get active in these events, and enjoy a prosperous and productive 2020 together. If you are interested in learning more on opportunities with SFAHBA, please visit sfahba.com or call Tanya Dorame at 505-982-1774. Jason Rogers Sierra West Sales President, Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association

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2020 BOARD OF DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Jason Rogers, President Matt Segura, First Vice President Valerie Montoya, Second Vice President Michael Latting, Associate Vice President Jamie Aranda-Lopez, Secretary Ray Gee, Treasurer Brandon Snoy, Immediate Past President

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Bruce Thompson, Ted Swisher, Bill Deuschle, Chuck Caswell, Bill Roth, Joe Gammon, Rob Gibbs, Ted Chagaris, Martin Montoya, Kurt Krahn, Joshua Shultz, Tim McNaney, Scott Cherry, Harmon Burttram, Bret McClanahan, Emily Mascarenas and Megan Herrera.

STAFF Ray Gee, Interim Executive Officer Tanya Dorame, Membership & Office Coordinator

SANTA FE HOME SHOW COMMITTEE Ray Gee, Chair; Jason Rogers, Matt Segura, Valerie Montoya, Tanya Dorame, Laura Gallegos, Chris Fortson, Diego Muñoz, Kristi Salazar, Kim Shanahan, Mary Blake-Butler, Saguna Severson, Chuck Caswell, Bill Deuschle, Ted Chagaris, Julie Feldman, Clara Holiday, Henry M. Lopez, Rhynda Stephens, Denice LaRoque, Bruce Thompson, Nick Ferguson

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Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association Haciendas magazine is provided by the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association. All reasonable efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the information provided. The Association and its Publisher assume no responsibility or liability for errors, omissions or changes. Santa Fe New Mexican 202 East Marcy Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501, 505-983-3303 Direct editorial inquiries to pcasaus@sfnewmexican.com Haciendas is the official resource guide and publication of the 2020 Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association Home Show and Remodelers Showcase. Single copy requests can be made at sfahba.com for $15 plus shipping and handling. ©2020 Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association and Santa Fe New Mexican. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction in whole of part is prohibited without written permission of the publisher.


2020 EVENTS SFAHBA Golf Tournament June 18

Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe will host our annual fun day of golf with SFAHBA members and friends. Consid­ered one of the most beautiful public courses in New Mexico, Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe is the perfect venue for a four-person scramble. The shotgun start begins at 9 a.m., giving you plenty of time to hit a few balls on the driving range or join us for a breakfast burrito. We have cash prizes for first, second and third place finishers, but we sell unlimited Mulligans, which means everyone has a chance to win big. The day of fun is not restricted to SFAHBA members, of course, so call Tanya at 505-982-1774 to form a team or find out about spon­sorship opportunities. Join us for a great day of fun and relaxation with your friends at SFAHBA.

Haciendas: A Parade of Homes August 7-9 and 14-16

The Southwest’s premier home tour is a must-see event and a highlight of Santa Fe’s summer season. Santa Fe style has become iconic over the years and many people dream of owning a place in our beautiful community. The chance to meet and talk with builders and see their outstanding work is what makes the tour so popular. The tour is selfdriven, and houses are available to tour over two weekends. Tickets are only $15, available at the homes on the tour and online. This year we will once again invite local students to sell tickets at the homes. Over the years, SFAHBA has donated thousands of dollars to local schools in gratitude for their volunteer work during the parade.

Monthly Lunches for Builders and Remodelers: Networking and Education Our move to Santa Fe’s southside in 2016 more than doubled our office footprint, which provided for a great space for luncheons and other activities. Now able to seat up to 75, our room hosts many events beyond our regular monthly builder­-focused luncheons. In the recent political season, it’s been a great venue to engage candidates on issues of importance to Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico. We have also been proud to establish ourselves on the burgeoning southside of Santa Fe and to see our presence ap­ preciated by the community. Lunches are open to members for $15 and to nonmembers for $20.

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Call Tanya Dorame at 505-982-1774 to reserve a place or contact her at tanya@sfahba.com to join SFAHBA’s email contact list. For a list of upcoming topics, check the calendar page at sfahba.com and discover available monthly lunch sponsorships.

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The 2020 Santa Fe Home Show: March 14-15 Saturday 10-5 • Sunday 10-4 • Santa Fe Community Convention Center A LETTER FROM THE COMMITTEE CHAIR FOR THE 2020 HOME SHOW AND REMODELERS SHOWCASE The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association is a private, nonprofit corporation with more than 400 members serving all of Northern New Mexico. It is part of a federation that includes the National Association of Home Builders and the New Mexico Home Builders Association. Our members belong to all three associations and participate at the local, state and national levels. SFAHBA focuses primarily on local issues, but is known nationally as one of the most progressive local associations in the country. At the 2019 International Builders Show, we were awarded NAHB’s prestigious 2018 Best in Green Home Builders Association of the Year. Also, the Water Efficiency Rating Score, which was developed by our members here in Santa Fe, was recently adopted as part of the National Green Building Standard. Our membership includes builder and associate members engaged in homebuilding, remodeling, general contracting, specialty trade contracting, design, real estate, banking, mortgage lending, finance and a wide range of material and fixture suppliers. Our members and their businesses are a keystone in the local Santa Fe economy. Our members have: • Built your neighborhoods • Provided employment to thousands of your friends, family and neighbors • Helped fund your roads, highways, water and sewer projects, police and fire, and public works projects with millions of dollars in gross receipts revenue and impact fees • Been at the forefront of green and sustainable building by supporting the 2030 Energy Initiative • Participated on code committees and supported the advancement of Building Science practices • Been instrumental in the construction of affordable housing throughout the city and county of Santa Fe We believe that home ownership should be within reach of all families who are willing to make ownership a priority. SFAHBA is committed to affordable, safe, quality housing for all Santa Feans. To that end, we are a proactive voice at all levels of government to address political, social, economic and environmental issues. The association seeks also to promote reasonable building codes, building science and the use of licensed and insured contractors. The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association is committed to building a better Santa Fe together for people, business and neighborhoods. These efforts will help ensure the future and quality of life of our unique community for many generations to come. Ray Gee Siteworks Inc. Acting Executive Officer Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association

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Home Show Exhibitors COMPANY

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ACTION GLASS & MIRROR 67 ARCHAEO ARCHITECTS 59 BUILDERS SOURCE APPLIANCE GALLERY 37 CAS ENTERPRISES 6-7 CHAMPION WINDOWS & HOME EXTERIORS 9-10 CLEAROVATIONS 38-39 COMFORT DOCTOR 24-25 COUNTER INTELLIGENCE 27-28 CUSTOM WINDOW COVERINGS 40, 48 DEL NORTE CREDIT UNION 50 DREAMSTYLE REMODELING 43-45 ECC SOLAR 68 FABU-WALL-OUS SOLUTIONS 47, 55 FERGUSON 4 FIX MY ROOF 52 H AND S CRAFTSMEN 35-36 HB & SON 32 ICF WAREHOUSE 13 ICF FOR NMGC 51 I’M THE BLIND LADY 75-76, 83-84 JOSEPH CUSTOM HOMES 46 LOWE’S 41 MCPARTLON ROOFING 21-22 N-HANCE 33-34 OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY OF SANTA FE 72 PATIO COVER DESIGNS BY S 56 PELLA WINDOWS & DOORS 73-74 PETROGLYPH HOME ORGANIZING SOLUTIONS 62 POSITIVE ENERGY SOLAR 15, 23 POULIN DESIGN CENTER 79, 85-87 PPC SOLAR 5 RALPH ALAN REAL ESTATE GROUP 18 RELIABLE TECH 64 REVIVE LAWN & GARDEN 61 RICH DURAN PLUMBING & HEATING 66 ROADRUNNER AC 63, 71 SALAZAR HEATING 96 SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN 80 SANTA FE STUCCO & ROOFING 57-58 SIERRA WEST SALES 1 SOL LUNA SOLAR 29-30 SOUTHWEST GREENS NEW MEXICO 3 SOUTHWEST SPRAY FOAM & ROOFING 94-95 TESUQUE STUCCO COMPANY 77-78 THE FIREBIRD 53-54 THE HOME CONSTRUCTION DOCTOR 31 TRULY NOLEN PEST CONTROL 69-70 VIEWS LANDSCAPING 19-20 VILLANUEVA GRANITE 14 WASHINGTON FEDERAL BANK 93 WESTERN SUNRISE CONSTRUCTION CO 42


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SILVER SPONSORS Please join us in extending a warm thank you to the sponsors of the 2020 Santa Fe Home Show. These sponsors are vital to the success of our event, as each contributes the time and financial assistance that makes The Home Show one of the year’s most exciting opportunities for home buyers, builders, designers, architects and remodelers.

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CASITAS

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Maybe the kids are all grown but need a place to stay when they visit. Maybe a caregiver needs his or her own space. Maybe it’s time to downsize. Or, maybe having a flexible space for whatever the unpredictable future holds brings comfort, not to mention the bonus cash flow from renting it out in the meantime. Whatever the reason, building a casita or guest house offers homeowners an adaptable space. However, is your backyard ready for such an endeavor? While municial guidelines may feel daunting, there are a variety of resources homeowners can seek out to evaluate their properties and conceptualize their dream casita. “There are often, even when it seems tight, creative solutions,” said Zane Fischer, the chief executive officer of Extraordinary Structures, a local design and build manufacturing company. 20

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In order to come up with creative solutions, one must be familiar with the extensive and not always user-friendly building ordinances. Fischer can easily cite the specific dimensions needed to keep in mind when building near property lines and the codes related to water drainage and roofing. He said using contractors or designers already familiar with Santa Fe’s building codes can streamline the process and make it more navigable for homeowners. Once a property has been evaluated against city codes and terrain limitations, Fischer said a backyard still may not be suitable for the ideal vision homeowners set out with. Instead, he said to think of alternatives such as building something above a garage, or plopping prebuilt structures such as a tiny house on the property. “People can be surprised how something that small can feel quite spacious,” Fischer said. “Even with a small yard, you can do something really quite elegant.” Fischer’s ultimate advice is to remember a casita is an investment. Since kitchens and bathrooms are the more expensive parts of a house compared to wide empty spaces for living areas, homeowners should still expect to spend at least $125,000 to $150,000, he said. Even if the initial construction finishes and there isn’t that perfect tile surrounding the kitchen or bathroom, homeowners can add on through the years. “You don’t have to finish it as your absolute dream casita from the start,” Fischer said. What does matter from the start is efficiency, said Scott Cherry, the builder and owner of Lightfoot Inc., a building company focused on using natural materials. He said starting with an energy efficient design can be more important than décor details to ensure future savings. To create this efficiency, he evaluates properties and designs homes by considering natural resources that will contribute to or hinder the building’s functionality. Cherry said he looks at where the sun will be in relation to the building in order to strategically place windows to try to hit the sweet spot between natural light, heating and insulation. Lightfoot Inc. uses a light straw clay mixture as the wall in-fill system, which Cherry said is not only environmentally friendly but also affords better insulation and moisture management. Even though wall fillings or window placements may not feel as personalized as faucet selections or flooring installations, the builder said they can make the biggest difference. “If you start with all that then your heating loads and cooling loads go down so your bills are less expensive,” Cherry said. By being methodical and thoughtful from the beginning, homeowners can make the most of their small structures, he said. “The more money you spend in design, the less money you spend in construction and the less frustrated you’ll be with the building,” Cherry said. Building a casita will require financial planning, which Mike Loftin said can be possible for anyone as long as homeowners are evaluating their current costs of living. Loftin is the chief executive officer at Homewise, a Santa

Fe nonprofit aiming to make homeownership more accesible. He said no one should construct an additional building unless they are comfortable with their current mortgage and home ownership expenses. Renting this new guest house can help homeowners manage the operation costs, but Loftin warns a casita shouldn’t be viewed as an instant source of profit. “It’s not the solution to financial trouble,” Loftin said. “I wouldn’t rush into it.” Loftin said it’s about working within one’s means. A lot of times these guest homes don’t need to be luxurious but can cater to young couples or families looking to rent something simple, Loftin said. If a homeowner is building an add-on intending to lease it, Loftin said they need to decide on a business plan. “You’re not just owning your own home; you’re a landlord too,” he said. Homeowners must be prepared to pay for maintenance costs associated with the guest homes — even if a tenant trashes the estate, he said. In this way, evaluating one’s finances, discussing what the casita’s intended use will be, and checking backgrounds for potential tenants can help prepare homeowners. “We want people to be successful in the long haul and not overreach and stumble,” Loftin said. “It doesn’t have to be this big, expensive thing.” For more information about city codes, visit santafenm.gov land_use sfahba.com

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BY MATT SEGURA T’S THE OCCASION no homeowner looks forward to — reroofing time. Often time as homeowners we don’t see our flat footing systems and what’s out of sight is out of mind until there’s a problem or it is time to replace them. The process of getting estimates, doing research on companies and products, and taking the time to meet with potential roofers can be a daunting task. Asking three fundamental questions during your research can focus your efforts and help you be more successful in your project. Before we get to the questions, let’s remember some of the fundamentals of hiring a contractor. Never forget to verify your contractor is licensed and insured, ask for references, and do not pay excessive deposits. It is important for your roofing contractor to diagnose the issue prior to installing a new roof, not just make a sales pitch. There are numerous factors that can lead to leaks and you must understand what is causing the active leak.

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Though estimates are free, they are not free for the contractor. Many companies may offer high commissions to sales staff to close the deal and bring in a deposit that day. Ask a simple question: “Will re-roofing, or the process you are proposing, address the leak I am experiencing?” There is a chance that the leaking could be related to a detail or building component not related to the roof. The last thing you want is the exact same leak after the next storm after installing a new roof. Asking this question will require the contractor to take your concern seriously, and change their mindset from selling to problem solving. Your home’s specific design is critical when selecting a new roof. There are hundreds of different roofing systems and specifications to follow. Most homeowners do not get into the details of the specific roofing specification being used. In New Mexico, obtaining a re-roof permit is required. In order to obtain a permit, specifications must be submitted to the city or state permit office. Another question to ask is: “Can I get a copy of the roofing specifications that your team will follow?”


The specifications will provide a detailed outline of how this roofing system should be installed according to the manufacture. Most roofing failures are a result of installation failure, not material. Do not be sold by long term material warranties on residential applications. The materials typically do not fail; the method of installation does. Understanding the manufacture’s specifications will help you as a homeowner to understand if the system being purposed is appropriate for the design of your home. Re-roofing in Santa Fe and its surrounding areas is different from other regions. Due to flat roof and exposed ceiling design, re-roofing means more than just applying another layer of shingles. Re-roofing can mean removing several layers of roofing, repairing decking, creating slope, adding insulation, and finally, installing a roof covering. Because of the added costs of these steps, roofing manufactures have introduced coatings as a way to prolong the life of an existing roof. Coatings are quite a bit less expensive, and in some cases, are the perfect solution to a weathered roof.

Coatings are not themselves considered roofing systems, they are designed to supplement an existing roofing system and require specific conditions to be effective and meet the manufacture specifications. Finally, it is important to ask: “Will this application address my leak and is the existing surface appropriate for coating application?” The specifications for coating application will provide detailed information about substrate requirements. Overall, be clear about your expectations in terms of cost, change orders, timing and duration. The challenges of Santa Fe’s signature architecture have led to the development of some of the best roofing craftsmen and installers in the country. By asking these three simple questions you will find the right team to address your roofing needs. Matt Segura serves as the vice-president of the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association. Matt has a master’s degree in construction management and serves as the sales manager/co-owner of Southwest Spray Foam and Roofing. sfahba.com

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HELOC

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BY ELAYNE LOWE

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LIPPING THROUGH THIS ISSUE OF HACIENDAS, there are a lot of beautiful renovations and home transformations that might inspire new ideas and plans for your own home. Getting that dream kitchen or updated floor plan can seem difficult to balance on top of your other financial commitments. However, there is a way to use your house — as is — to help. Home equity lines of credit are similar to a credit card that uses your house as collateral, according to the Federal Trade Commission. Unlike a home equity loan, a HELOC enables homeowners to only pay back what they borrow. Homeowners can borrow as much as they need up to the credit line. According to the Federal Trade Commission’s website, a HELOC will typically offer up to 85 percent of the house’s appraisal rate once the amount still owed on the mortgage has been subtracted. Diego Muñoz, assistant vice president for marketing and communications at Del Norte Credit Union, said the beauties of a HELOC are the easy repayment options and the ability to break home improvement projects into financially feasible steps. “It gives you that peace of mind that you can go at it on

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your own terms and at your own pace,” Muñoz said. “You can focus on that small project and not feel like you’re overwhelmed.” Not only do homeowners have control of how much money to borrow at a time from the credit, but the finance rates tend to be lower, Muñoz said. Muñoz said because a homeowner takes out against their mortgage, it enables them to enhance the overall value. “In today’s financial market, second mortgages and HELOCs enable people to build on equity,” Muñoz said. “You’re really building wealth in that.” The Federal Trade Commission warns homeowners on best practices for seeking a HELOC, such as doing research and asking questions to lenders. The Federal Truth in Lending Act requires lenders by law to disclose the terms and costs of a loan plan when someone gets an application. The best thing, Muñoz said, is to stop by in person for a chat. “When you come into a credit union looking for a HELOC, it’s a simple process,” Muñoz said. “You can pay more or less depending on how comfortable you feel.” For more information, visit https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/ articles/0227-home-equity-loans-and-credit-lines.


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2019 GRAND AWARD: TIERRA CONCEPTS

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BY ELAYNE LOWE | PHOTOS BY WENDY MCEAHERN Even ghosts would have rethought making the 130-year-old formerly white and turquoise adobe building on East Palace Avenue their home. Doors hung ajar. The patch of dirt out front hardly warranted the label of a yard. Drop ceilings made the rooms, which were chopped into separate apartments, a hazard to anyone with claustrophobia. Where others saw a headache of repairs, remodeling and rewiring, Keith Gorges saw possibility. “The thing I’m most proud of is having the guts to take on this house,” said Gorges, builder and homeowner of Tierra Concepts’ 2019 winning Remodelers Showcase entry. Tierra Concepts is a custom home building and design company, which has won the Grand Hacienda Award in the annual Parade of Homes six times. Gorges said having his home win the 2019 award is an honor, but also a testament to perserverance after facing the difficulties of being both the 28

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builder and the client for the year-long renovation. “It’s the hardest relationship you’ll ever have,” he said with a laugh. Gorges and his life partner of 18 years, Ricardo Sanchez, wanted a home that reflected both the structure’s historic beauty and their shared passion for contemporary design. Gorges said while the repairs posed unique struggles, he was almost more stressed by finding the balance between old and new styles. “The most daunting challenge was knowing how far to take it and when to stop,” he said. The goal was to make the Santa Fe Historic Preservation Division smile while welcoming the house into the 21st century with style. The historic facade was restored to a warm sand color. Landscaping brought new life to the front with local vegetation. Kitchen updates made the space functional. Gorges, alongside Tierra Concepts builders, tore down walls to open the interior spaces, built a master bath suite, and developed outdoor living areas. The best surprise, Gorges said, was finding the original vigas


under two drop ceilings. This was also one of the scarier parts of the renovation, because, he said, they had no idea what they would find. All the original vigas, minus one, were in excellent shape, he said, and once the team removed dirt buildup from the roof, the beams snapped back into place. While challenging, he said, juxtaposing styles ended up enhancing both. “If you create this tension between the two you create this effect where they both stand out in this special and magical way,” Gorges said. Saguna Severson, Tierra Concepts marketing director, said this was a challenging job in terms of both design and construction. “It shows that we have a fantastic team at every level,” she said. “Not many people would have the vision or the talent to take on this dark and cramped home, retain the historic elements, satisfy the [Historic Districts Review Board], and come out with a fabulous family home.” Gorges advises other homeowners looking to accentuate their historic abode while modernizing it to seek out examples of what they want. “Find people who’ve done things that resonate with you and pick their brains,” Gorges said. “It’s nice to show people there’s a whole other palette you can do to showcase these older homes.” sfahba.com

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Brightening the mood

The more than 40-year-old master bathroom got the makeover and upgrade it needed after the homeowners decided it was time to brighten the space. Arpad Builders were contracted to renovate the 375-square-foot space as well as surrounding upgrades such as correcting drainage around the house and replacing water damaged acoustic ceiling tiles in the basement. Within 45 days, Arpad Builders transformed the outdated bathroom by removing the original plaster, tile shower enclosure, and fixtures. A sleek, freestanding bathtub creates an air of luxury while the new vinyl flooring fosters functionality with a warmer and more cushioned surface than the original Saltillo tile. The homeowners wanted a cool, contemporary look and a brighter space without adding skylights or additional lighting besides a dimmer light installed by the tub. Now the homeowners can either relax in the tub or enjoy a shower in a large glass enclosure in a bright, modern space.

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This 50-year-old house’s floor plan was reconceived in order to provide a more efficient space while still maintaining the old adobe charm. The homeowners were specific: Renovations must be seamless with existing finishes, everything must be completed in the old style, and “nothing should be slick.” Siteworks Inc. converted the master bedroom into a living room. A new master bedroom was built adjacent to the old master bath and closet, connected to the living room with a new living portal. In the kitchen, Siteworks Inc. moved cabinets and utilities to create space for a range and plastered hood. The center bay window in the pictured dining room was replaced with a masonry fireplace. Siteworks Inc. configured the space to have a smooth flow so people no longer felt like they needed a map to navigate the house.


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To be young again

This 1970 Northside home received a much needed face lift, making it feel new again. Taken down to the framing, D Maahs Construction updated the home’s look. Wood floors were installed throughout the space. The bathrooms were updated with modern fixtures. New interior alder doors add rustic charm. The smooth walls bestow a streamlined look while boasting improved insulation. The star of the living space is a Spanish Pueblo style fireplace at the entrance, which D Maahs Construction modified to ensure it stood out. By the end of the whole-house remodel, the homeowners were left with a rejuvenated home full of southwestern charm.

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The homeowners of this 25-year-old home wanted to enhance their space with a modern farmhouse feel. Modern Design + Construction delivered a luxurious master bathroom that would have anyone craving a soak in the freestanding tub. Replacing outdated 1990s finishes, Modern Design added new tile and sleek finishes that brought the bathroom into 2020’s. Since the couple spends a lot of time cooking together, the homeowners also requested a chef’s kitchen with more cabinet and counter space alongside top end appliances. Within four months, Modern Design transformed the bathroom, kitchen, and main hallway into a farmhouse chic space with all the modern conveniences the couple could ask for.

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