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Home Building & Remodeling Showcase The Greater Birmingham Association of Home Builders is a Not-For-Profit Association
Friday, February 9th through Sunday, February 11th
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OUR UNIQUE CASE STUDYTM APPROACH TO REMODELING ASSURES A PROJECT THAT’S EXACTLY RIGHT FOR YOU. Reimagine your home and let our low cost, proprietary CaseStudyTM planning process help. We’ll collaborate on ideas, document every inch of your space, develop three unique design options – provided in 3D virtual renderings – and include budgeting information and timelines. It’s all of the details you need to make informed decisions. And if you don’t like what you see, you get your money back – your CaseStudyTM is 100% guaranteed. Visit casebham.com or call 205.968.6000 to schedule your free design consultation today.
76. Chairman’s Message
Zeke Keel of Southern Window Supply welcomes you to the Home Building & Remodeling Showcase.
80. Open Concept Done Right A look inside an open concept from Case Design/Remodeling.
82. Fierce Dedication Clint Lovette founded Lovette Construction 11 years ago with a simple mindset, be fiercely dedicated.
84. Project Profile Precision Homecrafters’ projects: Outdoor Oasis and The Lake House Kitchen.
92. Quality and Craftsmanship The people behind J. Wright Building Company truly love the art of home building.
The Greater Birmingham Association of Home Builders (GBAHB)
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Members of the Council shall observe the highest standards of integrity, frankness, and responsibility in dealing with the public, adhering to the following principles: • All advertising statements shall be accurate and free of capacity to mislead or deceive the consumer. • Accuracy shall be required of all sales people in their descriptions of products and services, both written and verbal. • All contracts executed shall be fully descriptive and fair to all parties.
• All contracted obligations shall be fulfilled in a reasonable period of time. • All work shall be performed in a manner compatible with recognized standards of public health and safely applicable laws. • Members shall not perform, or cause to be performed, any act which would tend to reflect on, or bring into disrepute, themselves, this Council, or the industry.
LOVETTE CONSTRUCTION YOUR DESIGN-BUILD PROFESSIONALS
Lovette Construction is not your average remodeling firm. Clint Lovette founded the company over 12 years ago with a simple mindset: Be fiercely dedicated to your clients, employees and the industry, and everything else will take care of itself. This shows throughout their projects, customer reviews and the multiple awards that they have received throughout the years. In fact, Lovette was just awarded the 2017 Young Professional of the Year by the National Association of Home Builders and in 2016 was awarded the coveted Best In Show for the Alabama Remodeling Excellence Awards. Clint and his team are constantly
striving to make the remodeling industry more professional and as such, he is the Past President of the Greater Birmingham Association of Home Builders and will serve as the 2018 Chair of the Remodelers Council. A home is often the single, largest investment of a lifetime. Touching such an important asset is a huge responsibility and one Lovette Construction takes very seriously. Whether you are looking to increase your living area, remodel a kitchen or bathroom, or redesign outdoor space, Lovette Construction will do whatever it takes to provide the results you expect and deserve.
2030 Columbiana Road | Birmingham, AL 35216 | 205.401.2488
GBAHBR REMODELERS GBAHB REMODELERS OFFICERS Chairman Clint Lovette, Lovette Construction
Welcome to the Show
Chairman Elect Wrendon Davis, Davis Plumbing Company, Inc Secretary Joshua Dean, Precision Homecrafters, LLC Treasurer Rick Nelson, R. K. Nelson Construction Immediate Past Chair Zeke Keel, Southern Window Supply At Large Nick Miles, Saunders Bradford Phil Stephens, Webb Concrete Kenny Fikes, AllSouth Appliance Group
Fish Fry & Steak Cookout George Williams, Precision Homecrafters, LLC Fast Pitch Mike Kelley, Kitchen & Bath Dimensions Public Relations Matt Tyson, Alabama Power Company Governmental Affairs Wrendon Davis, Davis Plumbing Company, Inc. Roddy Sample, Roddy O. Sample & Associates, Inc. Skeet Shoot Roddy Sample, Roddy O. Sample & Associates, Inc. George Williams, Precision Homecrafters, LLC
GBAHB SENIOR OFFICERS
President Marshall Newport, Newport Builders, LLC 1st Vice President Colt Byrom, Byrom Building Corp 2nd Vice President/Treasurer Elliott Pike, ELM Construction, LLC 3rd Vice President/Secretary Patrick Gilbert, ELM Construction, LLC Treasurer Levi Mixson, ELM Construction, LLC Associate Vice President Peggy Turner, Land Title of Alabama Past President Clint Lovette, Lovette Construction
Executive Vice President Alicia Vincent Director of Finance Jody Joiner Executive Assistant Linda Gulsby Director of Sales and Promotion Shannon Humenansky Event and Council Coordinator Faye Wallin
On behalf of the Birmingham Remodelers, welcome to our spring edition of Remodel Birmingham. Our focus in this issue is the Home Building & Remodeling Showcase, scheduled for February 9 though February 11 at the Hoover Met Complex. There is no time like the beginning of the year to plan a major improvement to your home and no better place to get the nuts and bolts details than our Showcase. The Showcase will give attendees a chance to connect with some of the premier businesses in the area that can help with home building and home improvement projects. The Showcase is also the perfect opportunity to hear from experts in the field who can offer insight on making your home more beautiful and efficient. If you are planning a new home remodel or even just a new home project, you can find inspiration as well as education at the Home Building & Remodeling Showcase. We are excited about the variety of vendors and products our vendors have to offer. The Showcase provides each attendee an opportunity to touch and feel products, to talk to the teams who will be executing your home project, and to experience classes that make you more knowledgeable on topics related to home building and remodeling. See you at the Show. Clint Lovette
GBAHB Remodelers Chair Lovette Construction
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Certified Experts Professional Designations Set Professional Builders and Remodelers Apart When choosing a builder or remodeler, you want someone with the skill and expertise to do the job right. In a crowded marketplace, however, identifying a qualified professional can be difficult. That’s why the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) created professional designations that help consumers identify builders and remodelers who have committed themselves to continually improving their skills and being committed to their profession. When a homeowner selects a builder or remodeler with a NAHB professional designation, they are getting a professional with superior training, practical experience, and in-depth knowledge in their chosen specialty. Certified Graduate Builder (CGB) The CGB designation means your builder has met the prescribed standards of practice, possess at least two years building industry experience, has a proven track record of successful project management, has completed a comprehensive education curriculum, and pledges to uphold the program’s code of ethics. The CGB course is designed to emphasize business and project management skills as the key to a professional building operation. Certified Graduate Remodeler (CGR) The CGR course emphasizes the development of business management skills as the key to a professional remodeling operation. Remodelers holding the CGR designation meet prescribed standards of business practice, possess a minimum of five years remodeling industry experience, have a proven track record of successful remodeling projects, compete a comprehensive education curriculum, and pledge to uphold the program’s code of ethics. Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS) The CAPS designation program teaches the technical, business management, and customer service skills essential for remodelers doing home modifications for the aging-in-place. The NAHB Remodelers Council, in collaboration with the AARP, developed this program to provide comprehensive, practical, market-specific information about working with older and maturing adults to remodel their homes for agingin-place. Certified Graduate Associated (CGA) The CGA Certificate program offers associate members an opportunity to enhance their 78
knowledge of the fundamentals of the home building industry. Modeled after the CGB curriculum, this designation is attained by completing three required and three elective courses that focus on improved management skills and business performance. The CGA designation is maintained by completing one course annually. Certified Green Professional (CGP) The National Association of Home Builders’ Certified Green Professional™ designation recognizes builders, remodelers, and other industry professionals who incorporate green building principles into homes—without driving up the cost of construction. Classwork leading to the designation provides a solid background in green building methods, as well as the tools to reach customers, from the organization leading the charge to provide market-driven green building solutions to the home building industry. Master Builder (MB)/Master Remodeler (MR) The purpose of the Master Builder/Master Remodeler Program certification of the Greater Birmingham Association of Home Builders is to further enhance the professionalism of participating members and to provide the consumer with contractors of the highest professional standards. Members of the program must pass a rigorous entry process in order to receive the designation as Master Builder or Master Remodeler. They are screened by a committee of their peers who review customer, supplier, and subcontractor references; check for any current or pending litigation; and verify full liability and workman’s compensation insurance coverage. Membership is reviewed on a yearly basis, and failure to meet the program’s requirements can warrant disqualification from the program. Graduate Master Builder (GMB) The ultimate designation for the building professional, the GMB designation is for experienced veterans only. Before beginning the GMB designation process, candidates must have the CGB designation, CGR designation, CGA designation with five years of building experience, or ten years of building experience, and have competed three CGB/CGR/CGA courses. GMB course topics include risk management and insurance, negotiating, financial management, and quality construction, to name a few. They are more advanced with in-depth instruction geared for experienced building professionals.
Member Designations Andrew Wells, CAPS Alabama ReBath
Rob Baugher, CGB Baugher, Inc. (205)283-1955
Kelly Watson, CGP
Bluestone Building LLC (205)874-1188
Tom Coan, CGR, MR
Case Design/Remodeling (205)968-6000
Mike Kelley, CGA, CGR
Kitchen & Bath Dimensions (205)664-3587
Elliott Pike, CGR, CAPS, MR ELM Construction, LLC (205)378-7965
Casey Campbell, CAPS, CGP Gibson-Anderson Company, Inc. (205)823-7714
Britt Thompson, CAPS, MR
HB Thompson Construction Services, Inc. (205)965-9758
Rob Mackercher, CAPS
The Home Remodeling Group, LLC (205)639-9252
George Kurtts, GMB, MB, MR Kurtts Construction, Inc. (205)991-5719
Clint Lovette, CAPS,CGR Lovette Construction (205)401-2488
Michael McKay, CAPS, CGR, MR Oak Alley, Inc. (205) 669-3334
George Williams, CAPS, CGP, CGR, MR Precision Homecrafters, LLC (205)733-9583
Roddy Sample, CAPS, CGR, Certified Lead Renovations
Roddy O. Sample & Associates, Inc. (205)621-6621
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Making a House a Home The words house and home are often used interchangeably, but there is a difference between the two. By definition, a house refers to a building in which someone lives. A home is, well, “where the heart is.” Just like the difference between a house and a home, there is a difference in energy sources used for cooking, heating and everyday living. Natural gas provides a level of comfort that can transform any house into a home -- one full of life and energy. And here’s how: Cooking. There’s a reason 97 percent of professional chefs prefer cooking with natural gas. Natural gas offers precise temperature control, little to no preheat time and great-tasting food, time and time again. While you may prefer to leave the gourmet meals to the professionals, a
natural gas stove ensures whatever you cook for dinner makes it to the table – even when the power is out. Water Heating. Natural gas water heaters can heat twice as fast as electric. What does that really mean? It means not having to choose who gets a warm bath or shower or prioritizing clean dishes, clean kids or getting the grass stains out of Sunday bests. Natural gas water heaters outperform electric models time and time again, cost less to operate and reliably provide hot showers for the entire family – even when the power is out. Home Heating. Natural gas furnaces deliver warmer, more comfortable heat than a standard electric heat pump. In fact, most heat pumps require supplemental or “emergency” heat when temperatures fall below 35 degrees. With
heat 25 degrees warmer coming out of the vent, natural gas furnaces provide consistent, reliable comfort –no matter what the temperature is outside. Laundry. Doing the laundry may not be your favorite thing to do, but natural gas dryers can help you finish the job quicker, often times drying clothes faster than electric. In fact, you can save up to 48 hours of drying time a year – that’s the equivalent of six days of vacation! Couple that with the fact that natural gas dryers cost less to operate and you might find reason to finally whistle while you work. Before you start your next remodeling project or buy a new house, consider the benefits of natural gas. Thanks to the reliable warmth it provides, natural gas can help you turn that house into a place you can comfortably call… “home.”
For more information about the benefits of natural gas appliances and current available rebates, visit spireenergy.com or call us at 800-292-4010.
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OPEN CONCEPT DONE RIGHT
Your kitchen and family-living space are cut off from each other. Entertainment events don’t feel the way you want them to. Time for an open concept remodeling project, right? It can result in a wonderful life-style change, but it can also be an expensive disappointment. Here’s how to make sure yours is a smashing success. First things first. Does the value equation make sense? Before you invest time, energy and emotion in what might be, get the advice of a company well-experienced with open concept projects. A combination of discussion of your vision combined with an on-site review of the space, will yield a preliminary investment range before you’re in too deep.
Detail the full range of project requirements. Capture both lifestyle goals (example: Counter area for casual dining in sight of the TV), and technical requirements (examples: How much storage for what types of items? Type and size of appliances. Lighting needs. Furniture pieces being used. Foot traffic patterns). Explore multiple design options. Experienced designers
can show you a range of schemes that meet the project requirements. They can also clearly explain the trade-offs in terms of value, performance and appearance so you can select an optimal design for you. Make sure you see the most promising designs rendered in 3D. It is the only way to get a visceral feel for the how the new space will feel. Select materials that are functional and delight you. Kitchens, baths, laundry rooms and even closets are very much fashion-driven areas of a home. Some folks have the time and talent to serve as their own decorator but, for most, the sheer volume of product and the dramatic range of price, performance, color and style is daunting. Mistakes are usually difficult and expensive to fix so best to get a professional to help you by providing edited assortments that meet your taste and budget goals. Prepare yourself with realistic expectations about the inconvenience of construction. Even with the best of builders, multi-room projects take longer and are more disruptive than anyone would like. Make sure your builder communicates how long things will take and the nature of disruptions you’ll face along the way.
DESIGNER’S NOTES: The style of this kitchen is driven by Alabama white marble countertops, white perimeter cabinets with shaker style cabinet doors and slab-fronts drawers around an Iron Ore color shaker island with beadboard insets and a custom hood to match. Morning fog grey vintage-style backsplash tile from countertop to ceiling in a herringbone pattern provides the backdrop for professional-grade appliances and stainless apron-front sink. Open, lantern-style pendants at the island and coordinating chandelier at the dining table complete the sophisticated look.
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Case Design/Remodeling 4220 Cahaba Heights Court, Suite 116 • Birmingham, AL 35243• 205-968-6000 • CaseBham.com
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2030 COLUMBIANA ROAD | BIRMINGHAM, AL 35216
Lovette Construction is not your average remodeling firm. Clint Lovette founded the company over 11 years ago with a simple mindset: Be fiercely dedicated to your clients, employees and the industry, and everything else will take care of itself. This shows throughout their projects, customer reviews and the multiple awards that they have received throughout the years. In fact, in 2016 Lovette Construction was awarded the coveted Best In Show for the Alabama Remodeling Excellence Awards and awarded Remodeler of the Year by the Greater Birmingham Association of Home Builders. Clint and his team are constantly striving to make the remodeling industry more professional and as such, he serves as the 2017 President of the Greater Birmingham Association of Home Builders. Navigating the design-build process of a remodeling project can be complicated and frustrating. Let the professionals at Lovette simplify this process and deliver the project of your dreams!
Precision Homecrafters PROJECT PROFILE PROJECT NAME: Outdoor Oasis GOALS AND SCOPE OF WORK: The goal for this project was to create an outdoor living space for use year round and to entertain the couple’s teenage daughters and friends. To accomplish this, Precision Homecrafters created a 26’ x 22’ outdoor space that features a living area with tv and fireplace and a dining area. It also has an uncovered cooking station near the dining area. The owners wanted this new structure to blend with their existing house and also be transitional. A landscape design from a local landscape architect was incorporated into the outdoor plan as well. The result is a whole new room added to the house that provides the perfect place for teenage birthday parties or just an area to hang out. Family and friends are also enjoying the perfect place to grill out and watch football games in the fall. They can also catch the news while having a cup of coffee first thing in the morning or have a relaxing dinner while breathing fresh air for some quiet time. An initial concern was how to add a space onto the original structure and not cover the 2nd floor windows. The solution was a design that incorporated a short roof line connecting the existing house to the freestanding structure. The owners also wanted to incorporate a wood burning fireplace to be able to use it more throughout the year. TIME FRAME: Spring 2017 PRODUCT USED: The grilling station features custom concrete countertops and appliances. The Komodo Joe gas grill and built-in stainless steel drawers are from Southern Kitchen and Bath and the Big Green Egg was the owners’ previous model. The black ceiling fans were from Mayer Lighting and the teak furniture is from Summer Classics. DETAILS: Features of the outdoor living space include open rafter tails, exposed beams and roof decking, bullet lights to highlight the structure and a TV over the fireplace. The floors are pressure-treated pine that have been kiln dried, resawn and kiln-dried a second time. This results in a much more stable product with fewer knots and cleaner wood. Remote-control ceiling fans were also installed to create a comfortable atmosphere in the warmer months.
Photos by Stacy Allen with Mountainside Photography
Precision Homecrafters PROJECT PROFILE
PROJECT NAME: The Lake House Kitchen GOALS: To maximize the existing space for the client by creating a kitchen with organization and a place for all of their cooking utensils and kitchen accessories. Precision Homecrafters accomplished this by creating custom cabinet organization with drawer dividers, pull-out trays, lazy susans, appliance pull-outs and hidden/recessed outlets. SCOPE OF WORK: PHC reused the existing square footage of the kitchen to create a more custom, luxurious, high-end kitchen for the clients. They also refinished the hardwood floors on the first level. TIME FRAME: Spring 2017 PRODUCT USED: Appliances: Allsouth Appliance provided all of the appliances which feature a 48â€? Wolf cooktop and custom hood, a Wolf double oven and an undercounter wine refrigerator and ice maker. The built-in refrigerator is a Sub-Zero with custom cabinet panels. The countertop and backsplash are Cambria quartz in the color Ella. Both were provided by CR Home. The farmhouse sink, faucet and the pot filler are all Kohler. The island pendants are from Mayer Lighting. The hardware and appliance pulls are from Schaub. FEATURES OF THE KITCHEN: Among the main features are the hidden outlets located throughout the kitchen. There are over twenty total of them and these are located within the island, recessed under the upper cabinets and are even in the hood corbels. A Keurig pull-out with k-cup tray compartment is to the right of the hood. Custom drawers are underneath the Wolf cooktop for larger pots/pans. The pantry has a lazy susan on one side and shelves on the other. There is also a custom cutting board pull-out over the trash cans. There are several appliance pull-outs in the kitchen including one for the mixer to raise up and be level with the island countertops. There is also a 2-tier flatware tray with silverware on the top and knives below.
GBAHB REMODELERS SPRING 2018
MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR Contractors
Banks Home Building Stuart Banks 4206 Brasher Drive, Birmingham AL 35243 www.bankshomebuilding.com (205) 967-8922 Baugher, Inc. Rob Baugher, CGB 527 Currie Way, Homewood, AL 35209 www.remodelit.info (205) 283-1955 Bill Harris Realty, Inc. Bill Harris 616 B Gadsden Hwy, Birmingham, AL 35235 (205) 836-7407 Bluestone Building, LLC Kelly Watson, CGP 4 Office Park Cir. 314 Birmingham, AL 35223 www.bluestonebuilding.com (205) 874-1188 Case Design/Remodeling Tom Coan, CGR, MR 4220 Cahaba Heights Ct. Ste 116 Birmingham, AL 35243 www.casebham.com (205) 968-6000 Champion Window Co. of Birmingham, LLC David Sanders 309 H Cahaba Valley Pkwy. Pelham, AL 35124 www.championwindow.com (205) 444-0096 Curtis White Companies Katie McLaughlin 8132 Parkway Drive, Leeds, AL 35094 www.curtiswhitecompanies.com (205) 699-2283 Day Star Construction Inc Stephen Dorsky 4005 2nd Ave. S., Birmingham, AL 35222 daystarconstruction.com (205) 591-0751 Disaster Restoration DKI Ken Pate 1915 Courson Court, Leeds, AL 35094 www.pateandcompany.com (205) 699-5932 Dogwood Design & Remodel LLC Michael Armstrong 527 Currie Way, Homewood, AL 35209 www.dogwooddesignremodel.com (205) 541-2017 Drake Homes Andrew Lange 2700 19th Pl. S. Ste 200 Homewood, AL 35209 www.drakehomes.net (205) 637-3646 86
Dreamworks Home Construction 2116 Old Montgomery Hwy. Pelham, AL 35124 Brent Cate (205) 369-4541 7046 Bradstock Ct., Birmingham, AL 35094 (205) 500-9585 KAM Construction Co., Inc. Richard Keydoszius ELM Construction LLC 2103 County Road 46.,Montevallo, AL 35115 Elliott Pike CGR, CAPS, MR (205) 668-4339 4100 Autumn Ln #104 Vestavia Hills, AL 35243 Ken Underwood Development, Inc. www.elmbuilds.com Ken Underwood (205) 368-3109 577 Shoal Ridge Drive, Leeds, AL 35094 (205) 702-2726 Foundation Repairs & Home Improvement, Inc. Kitchen Potential, Inc. Greg McBride Michael Schuster 500 N. 13th Street, Bessemer, AL 35020 3800 2nd Avenue South (205) 426-2770 Birmingham, AL 35222 www.kitchenpotential.com Gibson & Anderson Construction, Inc. (205) 870-8467 Earl Gibson 2539 Rocky Ridge Road Kurtts Construction Inc. Birmingham, AL 35243 George Kurtts, GMB, MB, MR www.gibsonanderson.com P.O. Box 380067, Birmingham, AL 35238 (205) 823-7714 www.kurttsconstruction.com (205) 991-5719 Grace Klein Construction, Inc. Jason Waltman Lorino Construction, Inc. 1678 Montgomery Hwy Ste D304 Gaeton Lorino Vestavia, AL 35216 1270 Parliament Lane, Birmingham, AL 35216 gracekleinconstruction.com (205) 365-0621 (205) 390-2211 Lovette Construction Grayson Construction, LLC Clint Lovette, CAPS, CGR Adam Packard 2030 Columbiana Road 1945 Patton Chapel Road Birmingham, AL 35216 Hoover, AL 35226 www.lovetteconstruction.com www.graysonconstructionllc.com (205) 401-2488 (205) 790-8938 Newport Builders, LLC H. B. Thompson Marshall Newport Construction Services, Inc. 5800 7th Ave. S., Birmingham, AL 35212 Britt Thompson, CAPS, MR www.newportbuildersllc.com 780 2nd Street, Helena, AL 35080 (205) 807-4757 (205) 965-9758 Oak Alley, Inc. Harwell Building Company Michael McKay, CAPS, Barry Harwell CGR, MR 3120 Green Valley Rd, Birmingham, AL 35243 PO Box 157, Chelsea, AL 35043 harwellbuilding.com www.oakalleydesignbuild.com (205) 296-2100 (205) 669-3334 Historical Home Crafters, Inc. James Wagnon 932 Copena Drive, Pelham, AL 35124 www.historicalhomecrafters.com (205) 991-9694
Precision Homecrafters, LLC George Williams, CAPS, CGP, CGR, MR 1215 Lake Forest Cir., Birmingham, AL 35244 www.precisionhomecrafters.com (205) 733-9583
Holsombeck Construction, Inc. Stan Holsombeck 249 York St., Trussville, AL 35173 205-369-5708
R & R Construction Russell Luccasen 2809 Crescent Avenue, Ste 7 Homewood, AL 35209 www.russell3006.houzz.com (205) 503-2535
Home Maintenance Associates Inc. Eddie Dorough 4000 Eagle Point Corporate Dr. Birmingham, AL 35242 www.hmainc.net (205) 956-1820 Homes By Indianwood, Inc. Bill Kinnebrew
R.R. of Alabama, Inc. James G. Walton 123 Clark Street, Pelham, AL 35124 www.reliablerem.com (205) 988-9194
Ray Building Company Stephen S. Ray 13 Office Park Circle, Suite 17 A Mountain Brook, AL 35223 www.raybuildingcompany.com (205) 868-6800 Rigsby Construction Company Inc. Daniel R. Friday 421 1st Street North, Alabaster, AL 35007 www.cahabarivertrading.com (205) 663-1456 RK Nelson Construction, LLC Rick Nelson 3905 Woodhaven Road, Hoover, AL 35244 (205) 370-3110 Roberts Building Group, Inc. Mike Roberts 137 West Glenwood Drive Homewood, AL 35209 (205) 901-9301 Roddy O. Sample & Associates, Inc. Roddy Sample CGR, CAPS P.O. Box 1844, Pelham, AL 35124 www.roddysample.com (205) 621-6621 Saunders & Bradford, LLC Mitch Bradford 4100 Autumn Lane #108 Vestavia, AL 35243 www.saundersbradford.com (205) 337-0007 Shearer Building Co. Inc. Cleve Shearer 6 Office Park Circle Suite 100 Birmingham AL 35223 www.shearerbuilding.com (205) 229-1104 Slate Barganier Ben Gardner 3121 Blue Lake Drive, Ste 201 Vestavia, AL 35243 www.slatebarganier.com (205) 637-3373 Steve McGuire Construction Co., Inc. Patrick McGuire PO Box 130968, Birmingham, AL 35213 www.mcguireconstructioninc.com (205) 595-2355 Taylor Burton Company Inc Taylor Burton 3239 Lorna Road, Suite 108 Birmingham, AL 35216 www.taylorburton.com (205) 365-1373 Twin Construction, Inc. David Siegel P.O. Box 59611, Birmingham, AL 35259 www.twincompanies.com (205) 802-3920
Waller Home Improvement, LLC Mike Waller 6596 Lynne Avenue, Leeds, AL 352094 www.callwaller.com (205) 478-6246 Williams Ryan William Lee Kinnebrew 928 Jackson’s Gap Way Jackson’s Gap AL 36861 (205) 337-0007 Willow Homes, LLC Jason Hale P.O. Box 660851, Birmingham, AL 35266 www.gowillowhomes.com (205) 516-0552
Suppliers & Manufacturers
AFS Foundation & Waterproofing Specialists Steve Scates 9070 US Hwy 78 Leeds, AL 35094 www.afsrepair.com (877) 340-8479 Alabama Brick Delivery Jeff South PO Box 5462, Birmingham, AL 35207 www.alabamabrick.com (205) 323-1560 Alabama Cabinet Company, Inc. Tim Pollard 95 Third Avenue N. Birmingham, AL 35204 www.alabamacabinetco.com (205) 326-3190 Alabama Homescapes Joel Flournoy 3767 Chestnut Ridge Lane Birmingham, AL 35216 www.alabamahomescapes.com (205) 365-7454 Alabama Power Company Alisa Summerville P.O. Box 2641 Bin # 3S - 1615 Birmingham AL 35291 www.alabamapower.com (205) 226-1442 Alabama ReBath Andrew Wells, CAPS 3411 Lorna Lane, Hoover, AL 35216 www.alabamarebath.com (205) 623-3080 Allegion Schlage Lock Company David Estreicher 3313 Stone Ridge Dr. Birmingham, AL 35223 (205) 224-6910 AllSouth Appliance Group Inc. Tyler Hillman 345 State Farm Pkwy. Birmingham, AL 35209 allsouthappliance.net (205) 942-0408 Amercian Wall Zone Supply Malcolm Byers 2520 Pelham Pkwy Pelham, AL 35124 88
www.americanwallzone.net (205) 663-5553 Archadeck of Birmingham Derek Crews P O Box 382495, Birmingham, AL 35238 www.birmingham.archadeck.com (205) 970-0121 Avondale Specialty Hardware/ HGH Hardware Jeff Seabolt 3912 2nd Avenue South Birmingham, AL 35222 www.avondalespecialtyhardware.com (205) 510-4232 B-Metro Magazine Cathy Fingerman 1314 Cobb Lane, Birmingham AL 35205 www.b-metro.com (205) 202-4182 Bin There Dump That Scott Klesius 633 Stuart Lane, Pelham, AL 35124 dumpsterrentalsbirmingham.com (205) 406-5850 Blueprint Financial Partners Joey Mure 3125 Blue Lake Dr. Birmingham, AL 35243 www.blueprintpartner.com (205)370-8460 Brandino Brass Co. Eric Brandino 2824 Central Avenue Suite # 100 Birmingham, AL 35209 www.brandinobrass.com (205) 978-8900 Brian’s Flooring & Design Brian McCarver 2928 6th Ave South, Birmingham, AL 35233 www.shopbriansflooring.com (205)581-1788 Brik Realty Amanda Parker 2216 Marion Street, Hoover AL 35226 www.brikrealty.com 205-470-2936 Cahaba River Trading Company, Inc. James Hayes 421 1st Street North, Alabaster, AL 35007 www.cahabarivertrading.com (205) 663-1456 Cambria, Inc. Jeff Stewart 31496 Cambria Ave., LeSueur, MN 56058 www.cambriausa.com (800) 226-2741 Cary Insulation Company Steve Lester 4501 1st Avenue N., Birmingham AL 35222 www.cary-insulation.com (205) 595-1000 Champion Window Co. of Birmingham LLC David Sanders 309 H Cahaba Valley Pkwy., Pelham AL 5124 www.championwindow.com (205) 444-0096
Classic Closets, LLC Barry Tidwell P.O. Box 398, Haleyville, AL 35565 www.classicclosets.net (205) 486-9023 Coleman-Russell & Associates Morris Kay P O Box 100217, Birmingham, AL 35210 www.colemanrussell.com (205) 833-0700 Consentino USA-Silstone Lurenda Avery 2004 Eagle Crest Court Birmingham AL 35242 www.silestoneusa.com (205) 757-8287 CR Home of Alabama, Inc Lisa Chapman 223 West Oxmoor Rd. Birmingham, AL 35209 www.crhomeal.com (205) 943-0680 Creative Cabinets and Design Jennifer Thompson 285 Lyon Lane, Birmingham, AL 35211 www.creativecabinetdesign.com (205) 423-5510 Dale of Alabama, Inc. Tommy Patton 410 Governors Drive Southwest Huntsville, AL 35801 www.daleinc.net (205) 297-0173 Davis Designs Cindy Davis 5560 Cahaba Valley Road Birmingham, AL 35242 www.davisdesigninteriors.com (205) 991-2929 Davis Plumbing Company Inc. Wrendon Davis 5600 Cahaba Valley Road Birmingham, AL 35242 www.davisplumbingcoinc.com (205) 991-2022 Don’s Carpet One Angie Little 3541 Vann Road Birmingham, AL 35206 www.donscarpetone.com (205) 655-8777 Door Exchange Tony Benton 2637 Pelham Parkway Pelham, AL 35124 www.doorexchange.net (205) 621-2323 Douglas Cooling & Heating Jay Douglas 8752 Helena Road Pelham, AL 35124 www.douglascoolingandheating.com (205) 988-3706
Durante Home Exteriors Jason Durante 2512 Commerce Square West Birmingham, AL 35210 www.durantewindows.com (205) 956-4110 Eco Three, LLC Jonathan Handey 1500 1st Avenue North Unit 8 Birmingham, AL 35203 www.eco-three.com (205) 314-3500 Edwards Chevrolet Company, Inc Marty Phillips 1400 Third Ave North Birmingham, AL 35203 downtown.chevyman.com (205)716-3323 EZ Roof & Restoration Gerry Rotter 2677 Valleydale Rd Birmingham AL 35244 www.ez-roofer.com 205-968-1034 Ferguson Enterprises Inc. Kevin Caton 2800 2nd Avenue South Birmingham, AL 35233 www.ferguson.com/branch/birmingham-alshowroom (205) 254-3454 Fixtures & Finishes Harriet Alley 2500 2nd Avenue S Birmingham, AL 35233 (205) 323-5616 Floor Coverings International of Birmingham Lindsay Murphy 2010 Old Montgomery Hwy Birmingham, AL 35244 birminghamfloorcoveringsinternational.com (205) 332-1460 Foundation Repairs and Home Improvment Greg McBride 500 North 13th Street, Bessemer, AL 350215 www.alabamafoundations.com (205) 426-2770 Four Hearts, LLC dba Advanced Roofing and Metal Works Jim Butters 3898 Park Lane, Bessemer, AL 35022 (205) 822-3231 Gateway Mortgage Group Josh Phillips 2700 Corporate Drive Birmingham, AL 35242 (205) 690-5617 Graphic Designs and Promotions Peggy Turner 4237 Woodvale Road, Birmingham AL 35222 (205) 591-4063
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Mayer Lighting Showroom Susan Burks 3200 3rd Avenue South Birmingham, AL 35222 www.mayerlighting.com (205) 583-3400
Renasant Bank Bruce Sladick 2001 Park Place North Suite 650 Birmingham AL 35203 www.renasantbank.com (205) 824-3801
Hendrick Chevrolet Hunter Pickett 1620 Montgomery Hwy. Hoover, AL 35216 www.commercialtruckssoutheast.com (205) 823-5120
McGowin-King Mortgage John McCabe 2 Office Park Circle #103 Birmingham AL 35223 www.mcgowinking.com (205) 451-0671
Holcombe Doors & Windows Stafford, Edward 7008 Champion Blvd Suite 107 Birmingham, AL 35242 www.holcombedoorandwindow.com (205) 991-3667
O M Hughes Insurance Inc. Mark Hughes 300 Union Hill Drive Ste 300 Birmingham, AL 35209 omhughesinsurance.com (205) 956-4500
Robert F. Henry Tile Co. Andrew Buchanan 4500 1st Avenue North Birmingham, AL 35222 www.henrytile.com (205) 592-8615 Rustic Mountain Restoration Andrew Davenport 420 Rosewood Street, Irondale, AL 35210 (205) 999-3595
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One Call Roofing, LLC Lori Krauss 840 Ballantrae Pkwy., Pelham, AL 35124 www.onecallroofing.com (205) 370-9450
Homewood Carpet and Flooring Fuad Shunnarah 813 Greensprings Hwy, Ste 150 Homewood, AL 35209 www.homewoodcarpet.com (205) 518-6423 Inline Lighting and Electric Stacey Summerville 2721 Pelham Parkway, Pelham, AL 35124 www.inlinelighting.com (205) 982-7511 Kitchen & Bath Dimensions, Inc. Mike Kelley, CGA, CGR 2726 Chandalar Place Drive Pelham, AL 35124 www.counterdimensions.com (205) 664-3587 Land Title Company of Alabama Mary Steadman 600 North 20th St., Suite 100 Birmingham, AL 35203 www.land-title.net (205) 251-2871 Larson Plumbing Sean Larson 109 Shelby Forest Rd., Chelsea, AL 35043 (205) 789-3680 Lighting Concepts Nancy Adcock 570 Simmons Drive Trussville, AL 35173 www.lightingconceptsal.com (205) 655-7285 Loan Depot Debbie Echols 300 Riverchase Galleria, Ste 630 Birmingham, AL 35244 www.loandepot.com (205) 706-4316
Owl Services, LLC Jerome Howell 7529 Narrows Road, Pinson, AL 35126 (205) 681-4247 Pella Windows & Doors Jillian Mullan 101 Distribution Drive Homewood, AL 35209 www.birminghamwindowsales.com (240) 601-9836 Pentoir, Inc. Jonathan Stephens 404 Business Center Drive Birmingham, AL 35244 www.pentoir.com (205) 682-4458 Premier Surfaces Mitchell McElroy 1350 McCain Pkwy Pelham, AL 35124 www.premiersurfaces.com (205) 664-1440 ProSource of Birmingham Melissa Pancner 197 Chandalar Place Dr Pelham, AL 35124 www.prosourceofbirmingham.com (251) 533-4514 PSA dba The System Shop Ashley Nelson P.O. Box 380755 Birmingham, AL 35238 (205) 408-0140 RealtySouth Michele Baker 3946 Village Center Drive Hoover, AL 35226 www.realtysouth.com (205) 569-3779
Sherwin Williams Company Doug Martin 2524 Valleydale Road Ste 101 Birmingham, AL 35244 www.sherwin-williams.com (205) 981-2370 Siano Appliance Distributors, Inc. Ralph Siano 5372 Pleasant View Road Memphis, TN 38134 www.sianoappliances.net (205) 560-0777 SK Electrical Service Company Shad Kimbrell 2407 Rose Hill Rd., Nauvoo, AL 35578 www.skelectricalservice.com (205) 544-4487 Southern Bath & Kitchen Jeff Rodgers 300 35th Street N., Birmingham, AL 35232 www.sbkbham.com (205) 581-8600
TM Construction Services, LLC Cesar Valle 4264 Brookforest Drive, Bessemer, AL 35022 (205) 259-3349 Team Elevator, LLC Arthur Steber 5440 Woodford Drive Birmingham, AL 35242 www.teamelevator.net (205) 252-0912 Teeter Cabinets Randall Teeter 495 First Street Southeast Graysville, AL 35073 (205) 674-0233 Trans Load Ren Heartsill 5149 Meadow Brook Rd., Birmingham, AL 35242 (205) 849-6125 Triton Stone Group of Birmingham Jonathan Lambert 4500 Fifth Ave South Birmingham, AL 35222 www.tritonstone.com (205) 592-0202 USAmeriBank Daryl Spears 1100 Corporate Pkwy., Birmingham, AL 35242 www.usameribank.com (205) 408-2000 VW Gallerie at V & W Supply Megan Fitzpatrick 3320 Second Avenue South Birmingham, AL 35222 www.vwsupply.com (205) 324-9521
Southern Stone Design, LLC John Miller 715 Thames Ct., Pelham, AL 35124 (205) 685-8441
Weathertech Distributing Co., Inc. Tim Upton P.O. Box 100609, Irondale, AL 35210 www.weathertech.net (205) 956-5400
Southern Window Supply Tim Flynn 155 Winslett Rd., Pelham, AL 35124 www.southernwindowsupply.com (205) 945-9832
Weber Mortgage Clay Brunson 1442 Montgomery Hwy., Vestavia, AL 35216 www.webermortgage.com (205) 296-6679
Spire Reynolds Anderson 2101 6th Avenue North Birmingham, AL 35203 www.spirenergy.com (205) 834-6780
Webb Concrete and Building Materials Phil Webb P.O. Box 35, Heflin, AL 36264 www.webbconcrete.com (800) 600-2195
Streamline Home Services Bryan Noland P.O. Box 661461, Birmingham AL 35266 (205) 795-3030
Will and Pierce Agency David Walker 237 Kensington Lane, Alabaster, AL 35007 www.willandpierce.com (205) 807-6484
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a leading homebuilder. Ask our previous and current clients why they chose Drake Homes. An independent firm surveys our clients and the outcome is this… Drake Homes delivers on design, quality, and an overall positive client experience. And, we have been honored to receive multiple consecutive year awards recognized by the Alabama Remodeling Excellence Awards (AREA) that reflect it, as well. Call us today and set an appointment to discuss remodeling or building your home.
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At J. Wright Building Company, we truly love the art of building. We are designers and builders of fine artisan homes who take pride in our work, from the materials we use to the finished product. Due to our extensive knowledge and experience, excellent reputation, and focus on clients wishing to build custom homes, we are honored to have been hand picked as a member of the highly selective Southern Living Custom Builder Program. As members of this prestigious program, we are well regarded for possessing an ability to bring dream homes to life. We start with your specific ideas about what you envision in your dream home. After that, we strive to create a truly custom home, designed specifically with you in mind, from
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Find the perfect ideas for your perfect remodeling project at the annual Home Building and Remodeling Showcase this month. Spring is just around the corner. More than an impending change of seasons, the coming of spring for the homeowner means the imagination fires with potential projectsÂâ€”remodeling the kitchen, redoing the outdoors landscaping, or making an old room new again. Or perhaps it is time to begin a whole-house remodel. If you are planning a new home remodel or even just a new home project, the Home Building & Remodeling Showcase Friday, February 9th through Sunday, February 11th at the Hoover Met Complex is sure to provide inspiration as well as education about where to begin. The Showcase will give attendees a chance to connect with some of the premier businesses in the area that can help with home build-
How to Get the Most Out of a Home Show This time of year inspires lots of families to start thinking about ambitious exterior, landscape, interior and other home improvement projects. In anticipation of the coming renovation season, you can find home shows are going on everywhere. 94
ing and home improvement projects. The Showcase is also the perfect opportunity to hear from experts in the field who can offer insight on making your home more beautiful and efficient. Tickets are $8 each, and children 12 and under are free. Tickets are available for purchase online at birminghambuilder.com and at the door. All major credit cards are accepted. All current and former Military personnel will receive free admission with military ID. Hours of operation, Friday, February 9th through Sunday, February 11th from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Visit www.birminghambuilder.com or Home Building & Remodeling Showcase on Facebook for more information. The Hoover Met Complex is at 100 Ben Chapman Dr. in Hoover.
These exhibitions feature an array of product vendors and professionals, so homeowners can check out the newest trends and meet the experts who can bring those ideas to life. All that information comes at a price though. Home shows can be daunting for the uninitiated. Large buildings, plenty of vendors and limited time make it hard to determine where to go, who to talk to and what questions to ask. So what should homeowners look for when attending home shows? What questions should they ask?
First you need to determine what you are after: product info, design ideas, pricing queries, or an accurate view of what your return on investment might be. Maybe you are interested in green/sustainable products or plans. No matter what you are interested in, it also helps to understand background like how square footage, utility bills, and other things can be impacted by renovation plans. Home shows are a good way to see some of the new trends and products that are out there. When you go in with the game plan of visiting a vendor whose products tie into your renovation plans, you can maximize
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: George is a past president of the GBAHA and his company has won numerous remodeling awards over the past 19 years.
ASK GEORGE Q. How do I make selections on items that are more timeless in nature than the latest trend, but still produces a wow factor. A:Try to make selections that are more neutral such as lighter cabinetry or walls which tend to provide more options for spaces (or furniture) in the future. Heavier, more complicated or busy patterns on countertops, walls or even tile can “date” a space. Keeping it simple with regard to selections allows for more variety later on down the road.
Q. I have several rooms in my home that get limited natural light and are dark all the time. What options are available to brighten this space. A: If you have limited natural light in your space, you will need to focus on lightening the room with paint. You could use whiter tones such as Sherwin Williams Snowbound or a neutral, but light taupe, Collonade Gray. You could also focus on lighter (in color) furnishings and going with sheers or translucent shades instead of heavier drapes. Adding 6” can lights in the ceiling is also a great way to create more lighting within the ceiling itself.
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your focus. There will likely be products and approaches you have not seen before in a home improvement store. Interacting with the professionals in vendor booths is a great way to get a sense of their personality and how well they communicate. That is a major concern if someone is going to be working on your home for a significant amount of time. Go for inspiration, keep your mind open to new possibilities, but do your homework after the show. Home shows are a terrific place to start your research as you can gather as much information on companies and their products/services as you want and need. You are able to visit with representa-
tives from various companies and get their expert opinions on your upcoming project. But remember you will really learn the most after a more thorough home visit for estimating purposes. But the home show is an excellent start. You might go to the show armed with a photo album containing photos of the potential project space, and also a fact sheet containing critical information about the project. You can’t do too much planning when it comes to a remodeling project, and that mantra should extend to the home show itself. Make a plan. You know why you’re going, so plan out your time at the show. Have
an idea of which exhibitors (or which types of vendors) you want to visit and find out where they are located on the show floor. From there, you can formulate a plan of attack. Go back for seconds. Make another pass and if you’re interested in a product, stop and talk with the exhibitor and set up an appointment to meet at a later date. Get ideas. One of the best things about home shows is the opportunity vendors have to showcase new products and designs that spur inspiration among homeowners. So even if you don’t have a specific project in mind when you arrive at the show, you just might by the time you leave.
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Remodel Smarter: Five Ways to Save with Energy Efficiency Renovating or remodeling a home requires planning and careful consideration about the design, materials and improving your quality of life. Make changes today that will maximize energy efficiency and save money in your renewed spaces. Where to begin? Remodels can be daunting. Here are five easy ways to improve comfort from your remodel:
1. Design: Design matters. Layout and placement can have a direct result on how energy moves through your home. Start with window placement – position windows where you can benefit from cross-ventilation and access to light. Attic ventilation can have an impact on roof design and landscaping. A strategically-placed deciduous tree (one that loses its leaves in the fall) can provide shade in the summer and allow in warming sunlight in the winter.
2. Windows: Choose energy-efficient windows such as double- or triple-paned models. The additional panes of glass
create trapped air space, providing a higher insulating value. Even more efficient windows use argon gas between the panes for increased insulating values. Low-emissivity (low-E) windows incorporate a coating applied between panes that absorbs and reflects radiant heat and ultraviolet rays.
3. Appliances: If you’re upgrading your home, chances are it’s time to upgrade your appliances. Choose Energy Star® products, which can use 10-50 percent less energy than standard models. In addition to refrigerators and ovens, consider upgrading to electric induction cooking.
4. Heat pumps: Energy-efficient heat pumps are essential for remodeling flexibility. No flames or fumes mean you don’t have to add vent pipes or flues that take up space. Plus, you’ll have more flexibility in placing the indoor portion of the heat pump system. Maximize your new system’s energy efficiency with a programmable thermostat.
5. Water heaters: Electric water heating is fast, clean, quiet and efficient – something you want for the second-largest energy user in your home behind heating and cooling. Electric water heaters are matchless – they have no pilot light to light or re-light. Plus, there are no gas fumes to worry about and no need for venting. This allows you to locate the equipment almost anywhere in your home. Heat pump water heaters are a smart choice because they are the most efficient way to heat water. Cut hot water costs in half with this energy-efficient technology, amounting to over $150 in savings year after year for the average household.
When renovating these days, think about how smart home technology can work to make your home more comfortable and energy efficient. Learn how smart technology works in the home and purchase smart technology products at Smartneighbor.com/neighborhood. Find more money-saving tips for homebuilding and for daily energy usage at AlabamaPower.com.
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Imagine Your Dream... Embrace Every Possibility... Create Your Happiness... VW Gallerie showrooms feature the most current trends as well as classic favorites. With a wide variety of styles on display, including traditional, transitional and contemporary, you will find the perfect plumbing products and accessories to create the bath or kitchen of your dreams. We have multiple suites featuring numerous kitchen and bath fixtures, including Aging in Place and water conservation products. Our Birmingham showroom offers interactive displays, including a working shower that demonstrates technologically advanced showerheads, digital controls, and steam units. You may also experience
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