Redesign and Remodel 



Storm Damage
Board of Directors
Cannon Beach Area

This house was purchased in a partially completed state.  Many repairs were needed.  At the request of the owner, we redesigned the old floor plan to open up some of the rooms, providing a more spacious and accessible home.   This included a new master walk-in closet, radiant in-floor heating in the master bath, new windows, a new wood stove, and new doors.  The first seven pictures show what we started with:


A view of the kitchen from the great room:


An upstairs bedroom:


Another upstairs bedroom:


Windows in the 3rd upstairs bedroom:


Back sunroom; the walls will be removed and the roof extended to cover the new french doors


This is a view of the same sunroom.  The french doors will be added where the window is to the left side of the picture.


Here is the front of the house.  The front door will be placed where the small window is near the center of the picture.


The project begins with removal of sheetrock and a wall, opening up the kitchen to the great room:


The Beam pockets are prepared


A crane hoists the beam into position through the roof


Sheetrock is hung and taped:


The front of the house is completed with new cedar siding, a new front door, and new roofing:


Siding and decking is chemically treated and washed to prepare for staining:


A coat of paint and stain is applied to the house:

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