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Welcome: A Letter from the President of SFAHBA


A Letter from the Remodelers Council Chair


Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association Calendar of Events


The Santa Fe Home Show


Grand Award 2012: Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions, LLC


Taking the Leap: Remodeling Focus


Our 2013 Sponsors


2013 Remodelers Showcase


What’s Hot!


Directory of Products and Services



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Successful remodeling is all about a shared vision, a solid plan, and a great relationship.







I am excited to announce the 23rd annual Santa Fe Home Show, presented by the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association (SFAHBA)—one of the most progressive and sustainable home builders associations in the nation. The Santa Fe Home Show, held March 9–10 at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center, offers an opportunity for builders and other businesses catering to the building industry to display the latest and most advanced products and techniques being used in this rapidly changing and advancing industry. Bill Deuschle Although the event has been around for 23 years, this year you will find many new attractions and a new face to keep abreast with the times. We even have a new name: the Santa Fe Home Show (formerly the Remodelers Showcase & Expo). I think it’s an apt and straightforward moniker for this professional show that promotes building and remodeling ideas, products, and education. If you have any questions regarding the world of building in the 21st century, you’re in luck: As always, a number of professional builders and exhibitors will have booths at the Home Show, and all are eager to share their knowledge with you. Building today is more than having a hammer and nails; it’s a science requiring continuing education to remain knowledgeable of the rapidly changing requirements, rules, and regulations that govern the industry. The builders and vendors you will meet at this year’s Home Show have this knowledge to help ensure the building of safe, healthy, and more energy-efficient homes and other structures. New at this year’s Home Show: Ten drawings—each for $100 cash—will be held over the two days. There will also be a drawing to win a 54" GE Monogram outdoor cooking center, valued at over $8,000. Call SFAHBA at 982-1774 to purchase tickets for only $5, but do it soon—only 1,000 tickets will be available. In what’s sure to be an interesting and educational addition to the Home Show, Santa Fe Community College students will present projects they’ve entered in a competition for recognition of their outstanding work in building-related studies—CAD 20/20, Kitchen and Bath Display, and Woodworking. Last but not least, always a major feature of the Home Show is the Remodelers Showcase, featuring projects of some of Santa Fe’s best builders and remodelers. Builders submit projects in a strictly regulated portfolio format for a panel of judges comprised of professionals in the industry to review and, at their discretion, select projects they believe deserve an award for excellence in remodeling. This year’s Santa Fe Home Show is certain to be the best ever produced by SFAHBA. Our dedicated volunteers have been organizing this year’s show for the past five months; without their service an event like this could never happen. I would like to thank all who have devoted the many hours of time required to put the Home Show together: the SFAHBA staff, our Sponsors who make it possible, the exhibitors who have booths, Santa Fe Community College for its participation this year, and the City of Santa Fe for guaranteeing early spring space at the Convention Center. Special thanks go to Mary Blake-Butler for chairing this year’s show and for bringing her tremendous enthusiasm to the task. I look forward to seeing you at this year’s Home Show, March 9–10, at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center.

Executive Committee President Bill Deuschle First Vice President Bill Roth Second Vice President Mark Giorgetti

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Associate Vice President Dan Featheringill Santa Fe Remodelers Chair Bruce Thompson Secretary Harmon Burttram Treasurer Ray Gee Immediate Past President Douglas Maahs Board of Directors Teri Buhl; Michael Elman; Amanda Evans; William (Bill) Kurtz; Emily Mascarenas; Bret McClanahan; Dave Meenan; John Onstad; Stephen Onstad; Jason Rogers; Janet Saint; David Sidebottom; Ted Swisher; Marshall Thompson; Matt Segura Ex-Officios Peter Merrill Wayne Rutherford Staff Executive Officer Kim Shanahan Administrative Director Dalinda (Dee) Bangert Membership Coordinator Raquel Montoya

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It’s Time to Redesign, Remodel, Renew! The 2013 Remodelers Showcase at the Santa Fe Home Show (March 9–10), Santa Fe Community Convention Center Brought to you by the Santa Fe Remodelers Council

Bruce Thompson

The Remodelers Council of the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association (SFAHBA) extends a warm welcome to you on the 23rd anniversary of the Santa Fe Home Show. This year the Home Show returns to the Santa Fe Community Convention Center the weekend of March 9–10. Tickets are only $5 and are available at a variety of locations around town or can be purchased at The Home Show is a perfect opportunity to visit with some of the best contractors in the area. In addition to contractors specializing in remodeling, some of Santa Fe’s best tradespeople and suppliers will be in attendance. These folks are critical in conquering the challenging process of executing your dreams, whether it is a face-lift project for a bath or kitchen, an expansion, addition, or whole house remodel. Perhaps you’re getting ready to put your home on the market. You might also be considering an upgrade to your home to meet future needs for a safe and comfortable residence, or maybe to improve its energy efficiency. Whatever your needs or desires, there will be a host of specialists to discuss your ideas and plans. Again this year, we present the exciting Remodelers Showcase. Remodelers enter

their projects in portfolio form. Each entry is judged, and awards for quality of presentation will be given at the Home Show. If you’re thinking about doing some remodeling work, this is a great opportunity to see the work of professional home remodelers, because all of the entrants’ portfolios will be displayed at the Home Show. “Before and After” photographs graphically illustrate the remarkable transformations in appearance and livability created by these talented local remodelers. Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association strongly encourages efforts aimed at advancing career opportunities in the construction field. We, as a community, need a welltrained and educated workforce capable of understanding and implementing critically important aspects of good construction practice and process. Santa Fe Community College is teaching building sciences to students for careers in the construction and design fields, including project management, design, and green home building. In partnership with SFCC we will be presenting the design work of SFCC students. The entries will be judged by professionals, and cash awards will be awarded for the winning designs. All designs will be on display, and the designers will be on hand to discuss their projects. The Home Show is one of two very popular public events produced by the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association. The other is “Haciendas—A Parade of Homes” in August. Plan to attend both; I promise you will come away with excellent ideas for your construction plans and dreams. We look forward to seeing you! Bruce Thompson Chair, Remodelers Council Bruce Thompson Homes, LLC

Santa Fe Remodelers Council CHAIR Bruce Thompson VICE CHAIR Marshall Thompson SECRETARY Marshall Thompson TRUSTEES Bill Deuschle; Ray Gee; Douglas Maahs; Valerie Martinez; William Prull; Brandon Snoy SANTA FE HOME SHOW COMMITTEE Mary Blake-Butler, Chair; Bruce Adams; Dee Bangert; Ken Dettlebach; Bill Deuschle; Ray Gee; Bill Kurtz; Douglas Maahs; Valerie Martinez; Peter Merrill; Raquel Montoya; Karen Paramanandam; Kim Shanahan; Bruce Thompson; Marshall Thompson; David Wilkinson REMODELERS SHOWCASE ENTRANTS D Maahs Construction, LLC Daniel Buck Construction, Inc. Edificios Builders, Ltd. Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions, LLC Home Construction Doctor, LLC Prull Custom Builders Wollens Quality Homes, Inc.

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2013 CALENDAR OF Events Thursday, June 13 / DreamCatchers Golf Tournament This year we will be back at the Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe for our annual fun day of golf with members and their friends. Considered one of the most beautiful public courses in the state of New Mexico, it is the perfect venue for convenience, fun, and a four-person scramble. The shotgun start is at 9:00 am, giving you plenty of time to hit a few balls on the driving range if you haven’t picked up your clubs in a while. Afterward, a hearty lunch and refreshing adult beverages will be served in the clubhouse. The DreamCatchers Scholarship Fund will host a silent auction during the lunch, with many great items to bid on. All funds from the auction will benefit members and their dependents eligible to access the scholarships for education in building-related fields of study. You don’t have to be a SFAHBA member to play or form a team, so give us a call at 505-982-1774 to reserve a spot. August 9–11 and August 16–18 / Haciendas—A Parade of Homes The Southwest’s premier home tour is a must-see event and a highlight of Santa Fe’s summer season. The opera is in full swing, Indian Market is under way, and the best builders in Santa Fe have their skills on display. 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. Santa Fe builders have established a national reputation for high-performance green-built homes and have done so in a way that never compromises the style or quality we have perfected. Tickets for daytime touring are only $15 and are available at area businesses and at the Lensic box office (211 W. San Francisco St., 505-988-1234). Monthly Lunches for Builders and Remodelers: Networking and Education • Second Wednesdays: General Membership Lunch. Guest speakers typically talk on political and policy-related issues affecting the home building and development industry. Speakers are usually elected officials or senior staff from local government. • Third Wednesdays: Remodelers Council Lunch. Guest speakers offer educational information specific to remodelers. Topics include water management, subsidence, transitioning from homebuilder to remodeler, marketing, legal issues, and more. • Fourth Wednesdays: Green Building Council Lunch. Experts in building science inform on emerging green and sustainable building practices. Lunches are open to all members for $15 and to nonmembers for $20. Call Raquel at 505-982-1774 to reserve a place and to find out the topics, or visit for information on all events. To join SFAHBA's email contact list, email

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Remodelers Showcase Inside The Santa Fe Home Show Innovative Solutions for Better Living

Resource Guide 2013 Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association

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Haciendas magazine is provided by the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association. Every effort was made to ensure accuracy in the information provided. The association and the publisher assume no responsibility or liability for errors, omissions, or changes. The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association is a trade association that offers opportunities for its members to display their products and services. We make no representation, expressed or implied, regarding the qualifications of our members and/or advertisers or the quality of their products and services, but we invite you to examine them for yourself. Bella Media Group 215 W. San Francisco, Suite 300, Santa Fe, NM 87501, 505-983-1444. Send editorial queries to This is the official 2013 Resource Guide for the 2013 Santa Fe Home Show. Single copies: $15.

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Initially the plan was to only redo the kitchen and the family room, and the owners realized that in order to fulfill their dream of having better outdoor space, the old portal in the backyard would have to be replaced. But as remodels often will, this project became a bit larger in scope as it wore on—as Deuschle says, once major improvements were made to the “must-do” areas, the owners realized that the existing rooms paled in comparison. Collaborating with Santa Fe architect Rich Siemer and working closely with the homeowners themselves, the Fabu-WALL-ous team—led by Deuschle and partner Chuck Caswell—gutted the dark, outdated kitchen and dining area and lightened the spaces with birch cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, engineered solid surface countertops, contemporary lighting and skylights, and new windows. A soothing sage green glass tile backsplash provided the contemporary feel the owners were looking for, and walls that separated the kitchen and dining area were removed to fulfill their other goal of a more open floor plan. Light-colored hardwood floors were uncovered beneath the old, dark Saltillo tile; once refinished, the wood floors paired well with the highly polished concrete floors of the dining room. The outdated main bath was completely gutted and remodeled with contemporary fixtures and neutral gray tile on the walls, shower, and floors; by removing the tub completely and installing a walk-in shower with frameless glass doors, the bath immediately took on a spacious, modern feel. Throughout the house, door and wall trim was removed and old wood doors replaced with contemporary solid core birch doors. With the interior in place, there was still the matter of improving the back yard and realizing the owners’ dream of merging the inside of the house with the outdoors. The old portal was removed, and walls leading to the backyard were torn down and replaced; a sleek, modern portal now covers the concrete floor where the owners dine and entertain. And where once a window was the only gateway to the outside, today a large set of sliding glass doors effortlessly brings the outdoors in, and vice versa. 12


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n the best of remodeling projects, the contractor comes over for dinner to share in the enjoyment of your wonderfully transformed home. No, really; it does happen. The key is in choosing your remodeling contractor very carefully. Begin by working your network of friends for referrals. But take every recommendation with a grain of salt: Inspect your friends’ finished projects and get second opinions. “Decide if you need a designbuild contractor or if you’re going to hire your own designer,” advises Ray Gee, owner of Siteworks, Inc., and treasurer and past president of the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association (SFAHBA). Then sit down for a long chat with your top prospects. “Never hire anyone you don’t have a good feeling about,” says Gee. “The guy could be a really great contractor, but if you don’t get along, it’s not going to be a smooth job.” Gee also suggests getting referrals from contractors and others in the business. “If [a contractor] has good references [for example, from other builders, subcontractors, the cabinet store, and the lumber yard], at least you’ll have a sense that they’re honest and reliable.” “Make sure it’s a licensed contractor,” urges Bill Deuschle, owner of Fabu-WALLous Solutions and president of SFAHBA. The

licensing process helps ensure a baseline of professionalism. “Ask how long they’ve been in the business and how much remodeling [as opposed to new construction] work they do— that’s important. And ask them what part of the job they will perform with their own crew versus subcontractors.” If a subcontractor

budget estimate based on that work; agree on a schedule up front; understand how your decisions—and changing your mind along the way—will increase costs; and include in the contract all of your expectations about work schedule, cleanup, even chemical toilets. You’ll want to discuss details like how the contractor will control dust, protect your house, and safeguard your personal belongings. You can even stipulate a daily quitting time, how often the crew will clean up, and where they will park. Just remember that many of those requirements carry an associated cost. To handle the budget, you can enter into a fixed-cost or a cost-plus contract. If you set a final fixed cost up front, count on more markup from the builder, because he’s shouldering more risk. Work done on a costplus, or time-and-materials, basis might end up costing less—if you don’t ask for changes to the original plan. Once you’ve decided on your contractor and have hammered out a contract that covers all your needs and assuages all your fears, let the project begin. Stay in close contact with your builder, but give him or her room to work. It’s what they do best. You’ll feel secure knowing you did the front-end work to ensure a successful project—and a happy celebratory dinner when it’s done.

“Never hire anyone you don’t have a good feeling about. If you don’t get along, it’s not going to be a smooth job.”—Ray Gee doesn’t show up, the contractor’s crew should cover the work. Ask them how long they’ve worked with their subs, who will supervise onsite, and how their billing process works. Deuschle likes to meet around the customer’s dining table, hashing out project and contract details, including a schedule and how his crew will minimize disruption to the homeowner. Remember that these people are going to be in your house for months. “It’s far more than a contract,” Deuschle says wryly. “It’s more like a marriage.” As with any good marriage, a good homeowner-remodeler partnership involves a lot of frank and open discussion. Define exactly what you want done; reach a realistic

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Up-and-coming options include stainless steel, marble, glass, copper, zinc, and even lava rock. Consider your budget. Countertop prices can range from $15 to $300 per square foot. Decide what you’ll use it for. Different materials serve different purposes. If you’re a big baker, a wood-topped island or baking center would be perfect, but if you have kiddos, it'll be a little bit harder to clean. Keep style preferences in mind. Would you like your kitchen to be bold? Con-

by Samantha Schwirck servative? Contemporary? “I’ll ask the style of home they may have, how open the floor plan is, even how much light comes into the kitchen,” says Eluid Herrera of Counter Intelligence. Once you’ve decided on a few materials that might work with your needs (based on your budget, purpose, and aesthetic), begin researching licensed contractors to help with the installation process. Remember to consider existing projects in your home before committing to a countertop material. Herrera says, “We will always view the flavor of the home and make sure the product looks great with everything else in it.”

i want you i need you i love you From aesthetics to functionality, there are many reasons to remodel One Santa Fe homeowner found a mid-20thcentury adobe not far from the Plaza. True to the ‘50s, it had a big yard, small rooms, and the kitchen was a disaster. Tiny, tucked into a back corner of the house, and more than a little grimy, the kitchen had to go. Sure, the homeowner could order new appliances, strip and seal the hardwood floors, and install new cabinets, but even those improvements wouldn’t solve one of the key problems: The kitchen was hidden behind a door. So this homeowner thought big: What if she moved the kitchen, sink and all, to the front room, where it would become the heart of the home? She did, and in the process converted this problematic fixer-upper into a contemporary dwelling that suited her lifestyle of large family gatherings and lots of entertaining. While many homeowners don’t face such dramatic challenges, the parallel urges to improve both lifestyle and the utility of one’s house drive most remodeling projects. Sometimes the goal is pure function: You need a guest room, a home office, maybe even an art studio. Sometimes it’s pure pleasure: You’ve always wanted a family room that leads to a deep portal and an outdoor kitchen. Functional or frivolous? That’s not the point. Once you set your heart on it, you’re all in. Bathrooms and kitchens remain the most popular projects, according to a recent survey by the National Association of Home Builders. The survey also found that homeowners undertook projects in order to make needed repairs as well as to upgrade the spaces, blending need with desire. In any remodeling project, consider whether the dollars you put in will be matched by increased value—if you plan to sell one day, you can recoup the investment. The top five remodel projects nationwide, according to Bankrate. com, are bathroom makeovers (16 percent return on investment), kitchen redos (7 percent), bedroom remodels and room additions (7 percent), new floors (6 percent), and painting or wall coverings (5 percent). And while you might have decided to remodel instead of moving right now, considering a future buyer’s needs might guide you in making the best decision.

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Is your kitchen out of date? Are you tired of looking at those same old bathroom fixtures? Does your entire house need a facelift? Or have you decided to start fresh and Big Jo True Value Hardware build a new home? If you answered yes to any of these questions, or you’re just looking for some new ideas, come to the Santa Fe Community Convention Center and see Davis Kitchens what the design and construction professionals of the Santa Fe Remodelers Council and Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association can do for you. Variance Specialty Finishes No job is too challenging for the professionals who have submitted portfolios for the 18th annual Remodelers Showcase. Each year design and construction companies submit portfolios showcasing a recent project. Judges consider each project; some projects are awarded Excellence in Remodeling Awards in a variety of categories. The portfolios will be on display at the Santa Fe Home Show, March 9–10. Since it’s The Santa Fe Area often difficult to see inside someone else’s remodeled kitchen, bath, or living room, Home Builders Association this offers you the chance to see the projects of the designers and builders and makes 1409 Luisa Street, Suite A Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 it easier to select a company to work on your project. The builders and designers will 505-982-1774 • fax 505-982-0238 also be available to answer questions about the projects and talk with you about your next remodeling project. The projects entered in this year’s Remodelers Showcase represent quality and superior workmanship with submittals in the categories of Kitchen Remodels, Whole House Remodels, Additions, Bathroom Remodels, and more. The portfolios are judged based on portfolio presentation, craftsmanship, value, and design. The Excellence in Remodeling Awards will be announced at 1:00 PM on Saturday, March 9 at the Santa Fe Home Show. In addition, the Santa Fe Home Show has over 94 booths filled with information on products and services you might need for your home, your DIY project, or your quest for a more sustainable lifestyle. A list of the Santa Fe Home Show exhibitors can be found on page 10. Come see the latest Innovations Solutions for Better Living at the Santa Fe Home Show: March 9 (10 AM–5 PM) and March 10 (10 AM–4 PM). Tickets are $5 at the door or in advance The 2012 Excellence in Remodeling recipients (left to right): Brian Romero, Views at, Century Landscaping; Will Prull, Prull Custom Builders; Bill Deuschle, Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions, Bank, Del Norte Credit Union, The Firebird, LLC; Chuck Caswell, Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions, LLC; Kevin Skelly, K.M. Skelly, Inc.; and Builders Source Appliance Gallery. Danny Buck, Daniel Buck Construction, Inc.; Douglas Maahs, D Maahs Construction, LLC




2012 Excellence in Remodeling Recipients! Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions, LLC • Excellence in Remodeling for Design, Whole House Remodel K.M. Skelly, Inc. • Excellence in Remodeling for Construction, Historic Whole House Remodel

Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions, LLC • Honorable Mention for Construction, Remodel Other than Whole House D Maahs Construction, LLC • Excellence in Remodeling for Construction, Kitchen Remodel

Prull Custom Builders • Excellence in Remodeling for Construction, Daniel Buck Construction, Inc. •

Exterior Renovation Excellence in Remodeling, Green Construction

Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions, LLC • Best of Show

2013 Excellence in Remodeling Entries PRULL CUSTOM BUILDERS Whole House Remodel page 20 D MAAHS CONSTRUCTION, LLC Bathroom Remodel page 21 FABU-WALL-OUS SOLUTIONS, LLC Addition page 21 DANIEL BUCK CONSTRUCTION, INC Whole House Remodel page 22 PRULL CUSTOM BUILDERS Kitchen Remodel page 22 FABU-WALL-OUS SOLUTIONS, LLC Historic Restoration page 23 EDIFICIOS BUILDERS, INC. Historic Restoration page 24 FABU-WALL-OUS SOLUTIONS, LLC Kitchen Remodel page 25 WOLLENS QUALITY HOMES, LLC Kitchen Remodel page 26 HOME CONSTRUCTION DOCTOR, LLC Kitchen Remodel page 27


William Prull 3204 Calle Marie, Santa Fe, NM 87505 505-438-8005, fax 505-474-0910


Prull Custom Builders

The owners of this 1991 home, located on a beautiful site with stunning views, asked us to transform and update their home for modern living. The home originally contained two small living areas; however, our clients desired a large, elegant living room. Under the guidance of architect Christopher Alba, NCARB, and interior designer Jennifer Day, ASID, Prull Custom Builders removed the wall separating the two rooms and raised the roof for a 12-foot ceiling. The original living room‘s vigas were hidden under a dramatic plaster ceiling. A formal cast stone fireplace now lends an air of refinement. Old-world, handcrafted cabinetry enhances every area of the home, creating a luxurious atmosphere, while a continuous hand-scraped hickory wood floor flows throughout every living space.



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D Maahs Construction, LLC Douglas Maahs 1512 Pacheco St., Ste. A206 Santa Fe, NM 87502 505-992-8382

Bathroom Remodel


When this northside home was built, the master bath was no doubt stylishly contemporary in an early 1990s way. But tastes and styles change, and years of rain leaking around an exterior glass block wall didn’t help. D Maahs Construction was enlisted to transform the previously dark and claustrophobic-feeling bath into a masterpiece of spacious beauty, luxurious functionality, and truly contemporary style.

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Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions, LLC Bill Deuschle and Chuck Caswell P.O. Box 2882, Santa Fe, NM 87504 505-982-5088, fax 505-982-5088


Collaborating with Feather & Gill Architects, a small, detached casita was skillfully designed in the context of the existing historical main house. When faced with the necessity of rebuilding/restoring their adobe home, the owners decided to build a small addition that would include a bedroom, living/cooking area, garage, and storage space. The Historic Review Board would not allow an attached addition; thus, a detached casita with a full basement with wine cellar and storage was developed and built, fulfilling the owners’ desires and needs.








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Daniel Buck P.O. Box 6367, Santa Fe, NM 87502 505-474-7575, fax 505-424-0542

This 100-year-old adobe home was reclaimed from demolition. The adobe walls were saved along with the original wood vigas. The rotted wood floors were removed and a slab was poured, incorporating radiant heat. Foam insulation was blown in and a new roof constructed. New energy-efficient windows, new electric, and new plumbing were installed. New interior finishes included hand-troweled plaster walls, Saltillo tile in the kitchens and baths, and an engineered wood floor in the bedroom.

5 Prull Custom Builders William Prull 3204 Calle Marie, Santa Fe, NM 87505 505-438-8005, fax 505-474-0910 This newly light and open kitchen has been completely redesigned. We removed walls to create a larger, more open plan, and replaced the patio doors with a 10 x 8’ disappearing, sliding pocket door. New lighting accentuates the genuine mahogany cabinetry, custom made for the owners in the Greene and Greene craftsman style. The vigas were refinished to match the cabinetry, and the planks between them were covered in a rich green plaster to match the walls of the kitchen. A large center island was created that includes seating for five as well as an antique butcher block, circa 1860, all coming together to create a sumptuous entertaining center that is at the heart of this home. 22



Kitchen Remodel


Architect: Christopher Alba, NCARB Interior Designer: Jennifer Day, ASID


Historic Restoration

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Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions, LLC Bill Deuschle and Chuck Caswell P.O. Box 2882, Santa Fe, NM 87504 505-982-5088, fax 505-982-5088 A Santa Fe Historic District restoration project was required due to widespread deterioration of the original adobe structure caused by entrapped water infiltration. Extensive forensic work was performed. The southeast wall and one half of the west exterior wall were completely removed. The project included a new foundation, adobe walls, bond beam, interior wood flooring, heating system, interior plaster, and replacement of every detail exactly as it existed before the restoration—with praises from the Historic Review Board and owners.



Historic Restoration

7 Edificios Builders, Ltd. Lloyd Martinez 7505 Mallard Way, Ste. A, Santa Fe, NM 87507 505-780-1833, fax 505-424-7605 Maintaining the historical integrity of this 1929 Stinson gem was paramount while redesigning the home’s living spaces. Famous aviatrix Katherine Stinson was a colleague of renowned architect John Gaw Meem. Hand-carved reproductions of the original doors grace entryways, while hand-stamped tin light fixtures illuminate the interior. The project included updating plumbing, electrical, and heating, while satisfying Santa Fe Historical Board requirements. Relocating the boiler room allowed for the creation of a luxurious bathroom. Designed by Martinez Architecture Studio.

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Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions, LLC Bill Deuschle and Chuck Caswell P.O. Box 2882, Santa Fe, NM 87504 505-982-5088, fax 505-982-5088 Our clients, whom we met at a Santa Fe Home Show, built their dream home 20-plus years ago on 100 acres with 360-degree views. With retirement approaching they wanted to revitalize the “heart of the home,” the kitchen/dining room. Integrating a bold stone column at the end of a large granite island as the central area with new 21st-century appliances, tile, flooring, custom cabinets, state-of-the-art lighting, and a custom stone hood, the outdated kitchen was transformed to our clients’ delight.



Kitchen Remodel


Kitchen Remodel

9 Wollens Quality Homes, LLC Bruce Wollens 50 Camino Nevoso, Santa Fe, NM 87505 505-984-5027 This 1950s Stamm home’s kitchen had never been remodeled. Working with the owners, Wollens Quality Homes, LLC was able to transform this small, dated galley kitchen into an efficient and attractive space. All new stainless steel appliances and cabinets were added. With a vent/hood/microwave combo unit over the stove, the reworking of the appliance placement, and upgrading the electrical system, the homeowners now have ample counter space and storage. This was achieved within the existing building footprint. The cabinet design gave the kitchen a fresh modern look. LED under-cabinet lighting created more workable light plus evening ambience.




Kitchen Remodel

10 The Home Construction Doctor, LLC Bruno Lindner P.O. Box 658, Tesuque, NM 87574 505-685-0860


The goal of this project was to transform an outdated, boring kitchen into a fresh modern jewel for the new owners of this Circle Drive home. Stripped to the bone, it was discovered that the walls behind the old tile were raw adobe. Removal of a dark nook enlarged the space while new handhewn hardwood flooring, granite countertops, glass tile backsplash, bamboo cabinets, all new appliances, and bright modern lighting completed the picture.

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Bulldog Energy Solutions* 480-370-7797 Consolidated Solar Tech 505-792-6359 Dahl Plumbing* 505-438-5095 page 29, Back Cover The Natural Lighting Co. 505-294-5284 Positive Energy Solar* 505-428-0069 Gold Sponsor, page 11 PPC Solar* 575-737-5896 page 29, Inside Back Cover



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Builders Source Appliance Gallery* 505-982-5563 Raffle Sponsor

Awnings Santa Fe Awning Company* 505-474-6460 Banking, Mortgages & Financial Services Century Bank* 505-995-1200 Silver Sponsor page 15 Del Norte Credit Union* 505-455-4663 Silver Sponsor page 13

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Builders and Remodelers Chapman Homes* 505-983-8100 D Maahs Construction, LLC* 505-992-8382 Platinum Sponsor Showcase Entry, page 13 Daniel Buck Construction* 505-474-7575 Showcase Entry Edificios Builders, Ltd.* 505-424-7601 Showcase Entry Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions, LLC* 505-982-9699


Silver Sponsor, Showcase Sponsor Showcase Entry Inside Front Cover, page 30 Hays Associates* 505-982-5467 The Home Construction Doctor, LLC* 505-670-4780 Showcase Entry K.M. Skelly, Inc.* 505-992-1459 Prull Custom Builders* 505-438-8005 Showcase Entry, page 5, 30 Siteworks* 505-983-3347 page 3, 28 Trussell’s Transformations* 505-292-8677 page 9, 28

Directory of Products and Services Wollens Quality Homes, LLC* 505-984-5027 Showcase Entry

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Big Jo True Value Hardware* 505-473-2255 Showcase Sponsor Bill Roth Plastering, Inc.* 505-670-2879

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Aesop's Gables, Inc.* 505-275-1804

California Closets 505-858-1100 D Maahs Construction, LLC* 505-992-8382 Platinum Sponsor Showcase Entry, page 13

Builders Source Appliance Gallery* 505-982-5563 Raffle Sponsor


Chaparral Materials, Inc.* 800-725-3491

Doors, Windows, Skylights & Hardware

Percy Home Design, LLC* 505-438-2699

Santa Fe Community College Center of Excellence for Green Building and Energy Efficiency* 505-421-1805

Energy Upgrades Planet Forward* 505-670-6370 Fireplace/Woodstoves The Firebird - Stove, Fireplace & Irrigation Specialists* 505-983-5264 Silver Sponsor Showcase Sponsor page 11

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Blaze King Stoves & Fireplaces* 505-982-4210

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Sunwest Construction Specialties, Inc.* 505-438-7199

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Western Building Supply* 505-823-2500 page 7, 29

Variance Specialty Finishes* 505-873-1181 Showcase Sponsor Cabinetry/Custom Furniture Aesop's Gables, Inc.* 505-275-1804 Albuquerque Cabinet Brokers 505-345-4331 page 9, 28 H and S Craftsmen, LLC and Counter Intelligence, LLC* 505-917-4876 Bronze Sponsor page 1 N-Hance Revolutionary Wood Renewal* 505-672-8776

Renewal by Andersen* 505-982-6330 page 16, 28 Sunwest Construction Specialties, Inc.* 505-438-7199 Western Building Supply* 505-823-2500 page 7, 29

Flooring Cold Mountain Flooring 505-474-4160 N-Hance Revolutionary Wood Renewal* 505-672-8776 Garage Doors Garage Pro, LLC* 505-820-0862

Western Building Supply* 505-823-2500 page 7, 29 Granite Countertops Avants Stone* 505-982-2892 Design Alliance* 505-819-9133 Villanueva Granite and Tile, Inc.* 505-867-4795 Green Builder Daniel Buck Construction* 505-474-7575 Showcase Entry Green Evolution, Inc.* 505-795-5992 Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Cartwright’s Plumbing* 505-982-2511 Roto-Rooter* 505-473-9700 HERS Raters EcoTerra Enterprises, Inc.* 505-795-5992 Showcase Sponsor

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Plumbing & Fixtures Cartwright’s Plumbing* 505-982-2511 Dahl Plumbing* 505-438-5095 page 29, Back Cover Hubbell Electro-Mechanical* 505-471-4221 page 15 Roofing

Screens, Shades & Window Treatments Budget Blinds* 866-590-6341 Custom Window Coverings, Inc. 505-820-0511 Phantom Screens* 505-828-9622 Specialty Comcast Spotlight 505-438-5809 Elite Services 505-818-7404 Four Seasons Sunrooms & Windows* 800-368-7732 N-Hance Revolutionary Wood Renewal* 505-672-8776 The Man of Steel* 505-473-7825

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We’ll go inside the green-built home that took home the coveted Grand Hacienda award from the 2012 Haciendas—A Parade of Homes. And we’ll showcase the most recent new builds and remodels from Santa Fe area homebuilders who are eager to show off their very best recent projects. Mark your calendar: the 2013 Haciendas—A Parade of Homes runs August 9–11 and 16–18. You’ll find all of the details—including directions to each home on the Parade—in the August issue of Haciendas.

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