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ADDITION | This existing home was a “berm” home with 24” of soil on the roof and some odd structure over the existing garage. We removed that “odd” structure and added an entire floor over the existing single level home. We included heavy timber Scissor trusses with a vaulted ceiling to allow for viewing the gorgeous creek with incredible rock outcroppings outside the vast windows.
MAJOR RENOVATION & ADDITION | This project was an addition to a small 1940’s home built by an immigrant from Bavaria. This addition tripled the size of the original house. This project also incorporated solar heating for the boiler and in-floor hydronic heat. The homeowners wanted to incorporate big trusses with eased arched bottom chords. We took one of the trusses and “sliced” it through the wall so it could be viewed from the inside and outside. The large windows allowed for spectacular mountain views from the comfort of their home.
CUSTOM HOME | This is a custom home in which the homeowner was very partial to the rustic look found in resort communities. The homeowner wanted to use old, hand hewed timbers and barn siding that we hand selected. The exterior is also clad in a rust wall panel that will rust to a nice brown over time. This home uses hybrid insulation of spray foam and cellulose with mesh. The home is very energy efficient with that insulation technology and gypcrete floors with hydronic heat. Green Ridge Design had full responsibility to select all materials, finishes, fixtures and colors. Green Ridge Design was the Construction Manager on this project.
MAJOR RENOVATION & ADDITION | This home was originally a “berm” home with 24” of soil and grass on the roof. It also had a garage and apartment structure with a mansard roof which the new homeowner hated. The owner wanted new space adding a complete second floor over the berm footprint. They also wanted to get rid of the mansard roof and turn the whole structure into something more modern.