Time to tear down some cedar shakes and
make this place look brand new again
All the shakes are off and the homeowner wanted
some extra insulation, so we put up this foam insulation.
Now that all the foam is on it’s time to get down
to some serious business with these cedar shakes.
One by one they all go on.
And we’re done.
Seriously, if you need your home to
look brand new…
You know who to call
It’s Silva Smith to the rescue!
Talk about needing a makeover.
These people in Allenstown called us for some help,
and boy were they lucky.
We put all new siding on, new skirting and a new roof.
Looks like a whole new home now.
We have been working hard over the summer. This is the start of a
garage we built in Rochester.
Building the walls…
and building a nice strong roof.
I helped my brother-in-law install his new living room floor.
A deck is a great way to make an investment in your home. In these hard times when you want to add on to your home, but you can’t afford an addition, a new deck is the answer. Barbeques will never be the same, the kids can play outside without getting filthy, and you’ll have a place to unwind on beautiful summer nights.
We tore down the old rotting deck and built a new one. While we were at it we might as well add a patio for some entertaining, too.
Just a few more rows and we’re done.
Installed hardy plank siding on camp.
That’s me on the staging.
Isaiah and Larry Smith wrapping up the job.
Kitchen cabinets we installed, you can also see the hardwood floors we installed along with a portion of the tile with oak transitions for the entryway.
Tile floor we installed in the bathroom. We also put in the vanities, but there are no pictures.
Oak rails at the bottom of the stairway. We also built the deck you can slightly see in the background.
An interior picture of one the dormers. We installed all the windows, doors and all interior trim.
Gas fireplace we trimmed out.