This repeat client wanted to make more use of their large deck space, create an undercover space for grilling, and sit with mother nature on their heavily wooded lot all year round. They needed to address the issue of the rear sliding door not operating smoothly and the hardwood floor was fading inside the walk out bay area. The existing deck frame was used for the new sunroom floor system after extra support post were added. The exterior consist of an EIFS finish system around Continue reading →
Dana and Angie already had a pool and a DIY screened porch. Padgett Building removed the existing screens and framing and added new large columns. An under deck ceiling system covered the exposed floor joist from the deck above. Azek decking was installed on the second floor and lighting was included in the rail post. Let the entertaining begin!
This client was looking for the feel of the outdoors yet the option of no pesky bugs. This three season space allows for that. Once the existing deck was removed, the concrete overlay was carefully cut and removed to allow the necessary piers to be poured to support the solid masonry structure. Two existing interior gas fireplaces had exhaust vents penetrating the brick in the area of the new addition. We had to account for these vents in the planning of the brick, the ceiling, Continue reading →
This project was designed to create an area to get out of the sun when entertaining and a place where the guys could gather while grilling. We are very blessed that these customers are long time repeat customers. We added an outdoor fireplace and wood storage area with pergola serving counters and below counter storage. Padgett also installed lighting over the existing grill area. Brick columns were added with limestone caps and stone veneer to match the existing retaining wall. A custom touch was added Continue reading →