vanderBeken Remodel - Site 1

A kitchen is the heart of the home, and this kitchen beats strong. The mix of finishes showcase the personality of the homeowners and encapsulates the vision they desired for their remodeled kitchen at their Edmonds home.

We started by raising the ceiling and installing an exposed glulam beam to give the space an open and spacious feel. White shaker style cabinetry with sleek modern hickory shelves makes quite a statement. The mix of granite countertops, a quartz island, and a wall of white hexagonal tile is accented off to the side in an alcove with beautiful Moroccan print tiles, lending to an eclectic yet balanced design.

Meet the Builder

vanderBeken Remodel, a Snohomish County award-winning design | build firm and full-service remodeler specializes in residential remodels.

Ron vanderBeken and the vanderBeken Team collaborate with clients in designing the space of their dreams for the price they can afford, making their homes an even better place to live.

With a skilled team of both knowledgeable employees and professional specialty contractors, vanderBeken Remodel offers clients excellent customer service, distinct individual design, quality construction, and value.

Mighty House Construction

This project included removing a wall that separated the kitchen and living spaces, reworking the kitchen layout to add an island and improved functionality, and updating finishes with sensible and sustainable solutions such as: locally-produced Canyon Creek cabinetry, no-VOC Ceaserstone countertops, patching and re-finishing the wood floor instead of replacing it, and locally-sourced and produced recycled glass tile that allowed for the homeowner’s creativity to shine. 

Working in tandem with the home’s existing assets, a desire for new and functional results, and a conservative budget, we were able to maintain the goals of minimal impact for maximum affect in how they live, play, and grow in their home.

Meet the Builder

Laura and Doug Elfline

Mighty House Construction was founded by a second generation, 20-year home remodeling veteran and a green building junkie. Our combined skill and passion give us the ability to see beyond the “need” and create innovative solutions that allow individuals and families to live, work, and play better in their homes. Skilled, responsive and dependable, we bring outstanding craftsmanship and value to every project – from basic renovations to whole-house remodels and additions.

Chermak Construction, Inc.

Practical elegance best describes the extensive remodel of this Edmonds home overlooking Puget Sound and the Olympic mountains. We originally remodeled this home in 1996 by renovating the kitchen and adding a second story.

This most recent remodel met several needs for the homeowner. First, we converted an existing courtyard between the house and the garage into more than 600 square feet of new living space which included an elegant entryway as well as a new bedroom, laundry room, and custom wine room.

A professional kitchen was important to our clients because they invite popular local chefs to conduct cooking classes in their home. To accommodate this, the kitchen area was expanded on two sides and engineered scissor trusses used to raise the ceiling by 15 inches. Finishes included the use of Supreme granite countertops, cherry cabinets, and custom finished red oak hardwood floors. The addition of an informal seating area makes this a favorite gathering area.

Our clients love to take advantage of their view by entertaining friends and family in an expansive outdoor living area which includes an expanded deck area overlooking the swimming pool. The space has been enhanced by the addition of a custom pool house, which includes an outdoor kitchen, bath with shower, as well as the swimming pool mechanical equipment room.

Meet the Builder

NOAH FRANCE

Chermak Construction is a full-service residential remodeling company specializing in home remodeling projects of all sizes with a focus on using the design-build approach. We are based in Edmonds, Washington and serve the greater Seattle area.

The company was founded by Howard Chermak in June of 1980. A commitment to quality and concern for the needs of customers have always been a characteristic of Chermak Construction. Our high standards and incentives help each employee to reach their personal best. This in turn benefits our customers.

After several months of discussion and planning with the Chermak family, Noah France of France Construction purchased Chermak Construction in August of 2017. Noah has been in the remodeling business for over 16 years and shares the same values of quality, integrity and customer service. He says “I love helping home owners live in a beautiful home that stands up to the rigors of life. Enabling my clients to experience the joys of a transformation, not the frustration of a construction project gone awry. Honesty and integrity are paramount to our long-term relationships. I am excited about the future of Chermak Construction.”

Rainier Custom Homes - Bellevue

The remodel of this midcentury home included the removal of walls to create a living space between kitchen and dining areas, along with the placement of an extra-large kitchen island to create a central focal point.

A secondary feature, the dinette area, maintains the original colorful wall of glass along with new swank retro design details and bench seating for extra storage.

Meet the Builder

Jason CP Jarman, President, Owner 

Jason grew up in the Seattle area. He comes from a long line of contractors and craftsman. He grew up working construction alongside his father Jason G Jarman.

Jason has a Bachelors Degree in Architecture and a Masters Degree in Construction Management from the University of Washington. He worked as a carpenter early in his career and then as a purchasing agent for a local home builder, Murray Franklyn. He later managed the company’s customer service department. Jason left Murray Franklyn to assist in the start-up and operation of a new and exciting local builder, The Dwelling Company. Jason ran multi-million dollar projects as a project manager and partner. His expertise in design, customer care, and cost/budget control as well as his long term relationship with many of the best local subcontractors helped him be an integral part of The Dwelling Company’s success. In 2004 Jason started Sunstone Homes and merged with Rainier Custom Homes in 2006.

Sockeye Homes

Have you ever imagined what can be done with your "Not-Big-Enough" dining room and "Never-Gets-Used" living room? By adding 5 new beams and additional concrete in the crawl space, we were able to re-locate the load bearing walls and create a true “Open Concept Great Room Design.”

By removing the wall between the kitchen and dining room, the once cramped kitchen grew by 130 sq. ft. and cabinet storage increased by 30%. A large island centerpiece provides a casual eating/entertaining area in the kitchen that opens to the dining space for larger gatherings. The tiny laundry room doubled in size, a true office area was created and the powder room was relocated and updated. Multiple display areas were created for this artist to showcase her art collection. The old wood-burning fireplace with floor to ceiling red brick, was replaced with a gas fireplace, updated stone mantle/surround and flat screen TV viewing area (complete with concealed cables).

The outdated finishes, appliances and fixtures were replaced with beautiful (yet easy to maintain) surfaces conducive to modern day living. The master bathroom was transformed into a spa-like retreat. After touring this home, your imagination will be racing as you envision the transformative potential in your very own home. 

Meet the Builder

Tod Sakai

Sockeye Homes is a remodeler/builder providing AWARD winning quality at a LOWER PRICE®. Tod Sakai, President of Sockeye Homes, founded the company and team on this very mission. Sockeye Homes is the Most Awarded Company by the Building Industry Association of WA and the only company to offer a fixed price, fixed timeframe package program for both kitchen and bathroom remodeling. With multiple styles and fixed price points to choose from, Sockeye Homes makes the remodeling process simple, fun, fast and affordable. In addition to its package offerings, Sockeye Homes offers a full custom construction side to its business for custom homes, additions and remodels. Visit us at www.sockeyehomes.com to see how our package or custom services can help make your dreams and reality while giving you the most bang for your buck.

Irons Brothers Construction

This 1917 Woodland Park Classic received the royal treatment, enlarging the kitchen and attaching a new back deck with overhang. The upstairs also underwent a transformation of the master bathroom and bedroom.

The first floor was updated with new hardwood flooring in the dining room, kitchen, and hallway. The kitchen was expanded and rebuilt with modernized features increasing storage and function and features new custom windows, white cabinetry, granite countertops and porcelain tile backsplash. 

In the master bathroom, the shower was enlarged and a soaking tub was added to meet our client’s bathing and relaxation needs. The new design increased storage space and added a dressing area. Unique angles in the home’s upper floor created an opportunity for custom tile and mill-work.  The bedroom received new closets along with new doors, millwork, and refinished flooring throughout the entire upper floor.

This remodel was crafted for a fun-loving homeowner who will enjoy this home and neighborhood for many years to come.

Meet the Builder

Joseph Irons, CGR GMB CAPS CGP

Joseph is the president and general manager of Irons Brothers Construction, based in Shoreline, Washington. His hands-on experience and commitment to the homebuilding industry have helped him build his business into a multi-award-winning design/build remodeling company. A four-time state and local Remodeler of the Year, Joseph is the immediate Past President president of the MBA board of directors and the current BIAW state Rep.

Joseph is a published author and accredited educator in Washington State. He plays an active role in the community volunteering his personal and company’s time to many local charities and organizations, including the annual Rampathon and Painting a Better Tomorrow events. When not working, Joseph enjoys recreational activities, traveling, and spending time with his two beautiful daughters Venetia & Samaria and lovely wife, Melissa Irons. You can also find him riding his Harley and unicycle around town. Joseph thinks the best part of every work day is making his clients remodeling dreams come true.

vanderBeken Remodel - Site 2

This mid-century Edmonds home was a perfect candidate for a kitchen renovation featuring a bright, open floor plan and fresh take on traditional finishes.

The existing 1980s style cabinetry with a peninsula resulted in a cramped and dreary kitchen that was difficult to access for a family of four. Through collaboration with our design team and the homeowners, the kitchen was transformed into a classic, attractive, and incredibly usable gathering place for friends and family.

The white shaker style cabinetry provides ample storage, and a sparkling quartz surface is the perfect backdrop for the rustic hickory island with a rich charcoal wood stain. The latter provides a dramatic centerpiece available for aspiring sous chefs, creative crafting, or hunkering down for homework. In addition, the white subway tile backsplash with a charcoal grout is a classic look with a nifty spin.

The result of this remodel is a beautiful kitchen with maximized function for the family to enjoy for many years to come.

Meet the Builder

vanderBeken Remodel, a Snohomish County award-winning design | build firm and full-service remodeler specializes in residential remodels.

Ron vanderBeken and the vanderBeken Team collaborate with clients in designing the space of their dreams for the price they can afford, making their homes an even better place to live.

With a skilled team of both knowledgeable employees and professional specialty contractors, vanderBeken Remodel offers clients excellent customer service, distinct individual design, quality construction, and value.

Gaspar's Construction - Rainier Vista

This 1929 brick Tudor had great bones and a ton of potential. The goal was to create a more open floor plan for ease and better flow, and to make the home more comfortable. We opened a doorway into the living room, diverting traffic away from the kitchen, then opened up the wall between the kitchen and dining room, allowing the two areas to be more connected to their guests and facilitate more use of the dining room.

We added panels and more lighting in the living room, creating a more dramatic feel, brought the hardwoods back, replaced windows (that looked original to the home) for efficiency and functionality, updated the powder bath, and modified the original radiators. The upstairs was also reworked to accommodate the family’s needs by addition of a bathroom for two children to share. We then created an official master suite where the entrance was relocated, the closet made big enough to see what was inside, the bathroom rearranged to fit two sinks, and a roomier and taller shower with bench was created. In the end, the homeowner’s vision of a home with everlasting style was captured.

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Meet the Builder

Sarah Henry

Your home is often the single largest investment in your life and an expression of who you are. It shapes the way you feel and how others perceive you. With 35 years of experience in custom home remodeling, Gaspar's can help you enhance your home’s beauty, comfort, and value with exceptional quality and service. General manager Sarah Henry provides the behind the scenes support that helps Gaspar’s provide the highest-quality work and set the highest standard in design construction. Sarah’s passion is to continue Gaspar’s excellent reputation in all she does from recruiting and maintaining top notch staff to accounting and to running Gaspar’s Handyman Division, “Care & Repair.”

Gaspar's Construction - Green Lake

A generous two-car driveway, expanded master bedroom and second bedroom for the boys, guest bathroom in the basement, and enlarged the kitchen and dining area maximized space, while a new gas fireplace and revamped front room opened up both the view and appeal of this—almost—brand new Tudor home. 

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Meet the Builder

Sarah Henry

Your home is often the single largest investment in your life and an expression of who you are. It shapes the way you feel and how others perceive you. With 35 years of experience in custom home remodeling, Gaspar's can help you enhance your home’s beauty, comfort, and value with exceptional quality and service. General manager Sarah Henry provides the behind the scenes support that helps Gaspar’s provide the highest-quality work and set the highest standard in design construction. Sarah’s passion is to continue Gaspar’s excellent reputation in all she does from recruiting and maintaining top notch staff to accounting and to running Gaspar’s Handyman Division, “Care & Repair.”

Rainier Custom Homes - Seattle

This 90-year-old classic craftsman in a Seattle neighborhood had endured three iterations of kitchens before RCH partnered with the current, long-time owners, for what is likely the fourth kitchen remodel.

Flanking both sides of the sink wall are open shelving braced with antique brackets. The shelves host baking, beverage, and serving collections. New cabinet storage include zones for: mobile devices, slim line mail, key and medicine cubbies, breakfast station, microwave, and pantry. Though new, white appliances were specifically chosen to convey and match older eras. A new configuration of appliances within this u-shape kitchen surrounds a butcher block island which is topped with dark stained and roughly hewn timber. The microwave peninsula now flows into a built-in dining banquet. And, across from the dining space, a run of matching custom cabinetry serves as a buffet and china storage.

Meet the Builder

Jason CP Jarman, President, Owner 

Jason grew up in the Seattle area. He comes from a long line of contractors and craftsman. He grew up working construction alongside his father Jason G Jarman.

Jason has a Bachelors Degree in Architecture and a Masters Degree in Construction Management from the University of Washington. He worked as a carpenter early in his career and then as a purchasing agent for a local home builder, Murray Franklyn. He later managed the company’s customer service department. Jason left Murray Franklyn to assist in the start-up and operation of a new and exciting local builder, The Dwelling Company. Jason ran multi-million dollar projects as a project manager and partner. His expertise in design, customer care, and cost/budget control as well as his long term relationship with many of the best local subcontractors helped him be an integral part of The Dwelling Company’s success. In 2004 Jason started Sunstone Homes and merged with Rainier Custom Homes in 2006.

CRD Design Build

This Seattle family is madly in love with their Green Lake neighborhood. But with two growing kids, they were rapidly outgrowing their home. Previous clients, they came back to CRD to design a second-story addition and a whole-house remodel. Their new top floor has space galore, with three new bedrooms, two bathrooms, plenty of closet space, and a laundry room. On the main floor, they expanded their kitchen, made space for a new pantry, added a family room, and created a better connection to their beautiful covered back deck. A new staircase ties it all together with easy access to the top floor and the finished basement from the gleaming white tile kitchen.

Not only does the family now have plenty of room to grow, but their new addition beautifully complements the historic character of their home. With its generous space, ample storage, and a harmonious design, this Green Lake classic is a place our clients are pleased to call home.

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Meet the Builder

Denny Conner

Denny Conner has been helping greater Seattle homeowners transform their homes through remodeling since 1980. Realizing there was often a gap between the designs clients brought him and what they could afford, he began pioneering the design-build service in the early 1990ʼs. He founded his company with the goal of establishing a home remodeling and construction business that treats its customers with dignity and respect. Conner Remodeling and Design, now CRD Design Build, improved the home remodeling process from start to finish. CRD bridges the gap that often exists between architects and builders by working closely with architectural designers. Through a personalized approach to design for home remodeling, CRD is able to produce outstanding results that fulfill clients' dreams and respects their budget.

Schulte Design Build

The homeowners collaborated with Schulte Design Build to design and transform their kitchen into a more functional standout space for their family’s growing needs. This large multi-space was designed to be a light, open, and vibrant space for cooking, eating, and studying, as well as an easy place for family and friends to gather.

The dark wood cabinets were replaced with ceiling-height white shaker cabinets, a long island was added to the length of the space, and the lighting was reconfigured to highlight the new task areas. A black countertop that now lines the walls to create contrast for the perimeter, while the new marble herringbone backsplash adds a unique spin on the traditional subway tile. The clients are thrilled with the results!

Meet the Builder

Todd Schulte

We’ve been providing the highest quality construction services to the Seattle area for more than 14 years. Todd Schulte, founder and owner, brings more than 30 years’ experience to every job. Projects include residential remodels, new construction and light commercial work.  Todd and his crew of professional craftspeople take pride in creating spaces that turn our clients' vision into reality.

Blue Sound Construction

Often, remodeling an old home resembles a good mystery plot. This early 1900s home was no exception. Charged with readjusting the clunky layout for modern, multi-functional sensibilities, we reworked the guts of this Capitol Hill home with strange discoveries addling us at every turn. Clever built-in storage solutions, a walk-in steam shower, and an elegant, fluid layout now exude a luxuriant, mod feeling perfect for the couple’s urban lifestyle. Nothing satisfies a remodeler more than a challenge resolved into a solution that feels good, looks great, and revives a cherished, historic space for another lifetime. Preserved in this home are not just memories of this city's past but the spirit of our calling, some of our company's finest hours, and the dedication and craft of a talented team.

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Meet the Builder

Ben Gebhart

At Blue Sound Construction, we dedicate ourselves to a systems-based approach, technical expertise, and intelligent craft.  Building presents many challenges that require skill and foresight and we recognize it can take a lifetime to master the trade.

To honor construction’s longstanding tradition of apprenticeship, our project managers are the sort who have over 30 years’ experience as master framers, stairbuilders, and supervisors, and our field staff are those devoted to following in their footsteps.  Add in our zest for hospitality and culture of respect, what could make for a stressful experience instead becomes a meaningful, creative process for all parties.  Our enduring, elegant works-- undergirded by good design in a beautiful urban setting-- are crafted for the enjoyment of generations to come.    

Pathway Design & Construction

This lovely 1912 Craftsman home with its shingle siding and original fir floors, needed a lot of love. With a disjointed floor plan and limited egress, the thought of tearing it down and starting over was appealing. However, the idea of remodeling and reviving the long-forgotten character of the home ultimately won out. 

Working with what existed, we set out to create a unified and unfussy kitchen that provided ample light and space for two cooks within the quaint home’s small footprint. We relocated an existing bathroom and improved access to the above and below levels, though one of the biggest impacts was creating that missing connection between the home and the backyard. The aptly named "decklet” serves as a quaint gateway to the now usable backyard. 

Stairs were relocated to the center of the house allowing for a 12x12 continuous kitchen space with built-in pantry. Cottage-style casement windows now flank the range, providing natural light and porcelain 3x12 tile, with a craquelure glaze, adds interest and old-world charm to the cheery kitchen. To help tie the project together, copper accents were used to compliment the homeowner’s beautiful copper cookware collection. Our homeowners are happy that they renovated and retained a piece of history in this ever-changing Seattle neighborhood.

Meet the Builder

Paul Kocharhook

Paul has a 25‑year history in the construction business, all the way from laborer up to owner. His long‑time commitment to eco‑friendly and healthy building practices has distinguished Pathway among the industry. Paul is a Master Certified Green Professional, and recently earned a Healthy Homes for Building Professionals Certification. 

A regular speaker at conferences across the country, Paul is active with the Master Builders Association, and an American Lung Association Master Home Environmentalist (MHE) volunteer. He takes that volunteer spirit into his home life as well, as a coach for many of his son’s sports teams. Paul and his wife Tracy enjoy an active family life with two children and their many extracurricular activities, including soccer, basketball, gymnastics, art projects, and more.

Potter Construction

A transformation of both the exterior and interior improves accessibility and space via the new open floor plan. With unique and cozy additions like a built-in study area, this remodel provides a beautiful space filled with natural light and an open interior that allows communication across the main living areas.

Meet the Builder

Gary Potter, CGR

Gary Potter started Potter Construction in 1979. For more than 30 years, he has steadily grown the business, and in 2006 Potter Construction was named one of the “Big 50—Top 50 Remodelers” in the US by Remodeling magazine.

Gary is a Certified Graduate Remodeler (CGR).  He spends many hours volunteering in his community and is currently a member of the West Seattle YMCA Board of Directors as well as an active West Seattle Rotarian.

Gary’s commitment to education, community service, and excellence steers the company philosophy and business model for Potter Construction.

Harjo Construction

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A 1928 pre-war home nestled on a tree-lined street in Ballard gained three times the living space of the outdated addition it replaced. The size and functionality of the kitchen increased, a peninsula provides casual dining, and a flood of new light was gained from double-hung wood windows. A glass-paneled door leads out to a new deck.

A seamless flow from living through to the kitchen and dining was created by enlarging the opening between the living room and kitchen, and by continuing the hardwoods floors.

The kitchen, almost doubled in size, was reconfigured to increase efficiency and gain storage. Extra storage was provided by the addition of a pantry and matching white shaker cabinets with a mix of glass fronts, complemented by a classic subway tile backsplash and charcoal quartz countertops for a clean, classic look.

To anchor the kitchen and serve as a soft room divider to the new dining room, a Myrtlewood butcher block-topped peninsula provides extra workspace and a casual dining option. The new dining room features built-in bench seating (with storage underneath) alongside upper and lower cabinets with a countertop for serving food or drinks.

Meet the Builder

Kurt Harjo

Kurt Harjo knows that the building and remodeling processes are full of challenges and can be stressful for clients. He also believes much of that stress can be minimized and possibly eliminated if more emphasis and value are placed on clear and consistent client communications. The smallest of projects has a lot of moving parts, so even with the best pre-construction planning in the universe, “stuff” happens. How that stuff gets handled is where Harjo Construction Services proves their integrity in craftsmanship and communication, with consistent, honest feedback and engagement on every client project.

Remodeling Stop: Dunn Lumber Seattle

Dunn Lumber Co.® is a family-owned supplier of building materials that has been doing business in the Puget Sound region for over 100 years. With an ever-expanding product offering and stores located from Everett to Normandy Park, their friendly, knowledgeable staff are ready to help you with your building material needs. Need a little help getting your materials to your property? Dunn provides local delivery service for just $20. Dunn- More than just Lumber! Visit www.dunnlumber.com to locate a store near you.

2350 140th Ave NE, Bellevue

 

Harjo Construction (SAT ONLY)

This remodel of a 1923 Home features a new kitchen and bathroom on the main floor, along with an all-new basement buildout including new bath and laundry rooms in addition to a bedroom. The kitchen has been reconfigured with a modernized layout that includes an expanded entrance between the kitchen and dining areas. The main floor bath contains a large walk in shower made more relaxing through thoughtful placement of the rain showerhead and controls. Outside the shower, a custom built vanity table awaits, made out of reclaimed wood from a dock. Entering the basement, you will find a media area and exercise space.

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Meet the Builder

Kurt Harjo

Kurt Harjo knows that the building and remodeling processes are full of challenges and can be stressful for clients. He also believes much of that stress can be minimized and possibly eliminated if more emphasis and value are placed on clear and consistent client communications. The smallest of projects has a lot of moving parts, so even with the best pre-construction planning in the universe, “stuff” happens. How that stuff gets handled is where Harjo Construction Services proves their integrity in craftsmanship and communication, with consistent, honest feedback and engagement on every client project.

Where there’s integrity, things just work better – and that goes as much for our human communication as it does for home construction.
— Kurt Harjo

Tenhulzen Residential

Behind the Scenes

Take a tour through the Design/Build process that puts you in the director’s chair from the concept through the final decisions. 

Kitchen Addition

An 8-foot extension of the main floor allowed for a larger and lighter configuration of primary entertaining area. Accessible by a 12-foot wide folding French door system, the outdoor patio becomes an extension of the new space.

Sitting Deck

 Integrated with the existing roof is a new deck surface designed to enjoy morning tea.

Laundry Room

Lighter and brighter with improved storage and functionality. 

Exercise Room

Following completion of the kitchen addition, this sequel performance is scheduled to be complete in time for this event.

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Meet the Builders

Michael Tenhulzen, CGR, CAPS
Traci Tenhulzen, HST, CGA, CAPS

We offer a unique approach to design/build remodeling that focuses on the process required to develop a script. In-house design staff are personable, adaptable and fiscally responsible. Our Design Center is a hub of creativity with current samples of finish materials that are tailored to your vision.

Michael is a Redmond native, raised in a family-owned remodeling company with a strong sense of integrity, professionalism and trust. Traci joined the company in 2010 after several years of owning her own safety consulting company. The Tenhulzens are active in the Eastside communities where they work and live.

Our mission is to turn apprehension into advocacy through performance.
— Michael Tenhulzen, Director
Our goal is to develop each remodeling project as if it were its own live stage production.
— Traci Tenhulzen, Executive Producer

Mighty House Construction

North Beach Artist Lofts

As a pair of teachers and painters, these homeowners decided they needed a studio on site after having their first child. They have a small home and wanted to keep it simple so they chose to build a DADU (detached auxiliary dwelling unit). This project showcases many creative solutions. The two-story unit creates enough studio space for two artists within a minimal footprint. Kyle’s paintings are larger than Melissa’s, so they created a slot in the 2nd floor studio to pass his paintings through. The project also features repurposed barnwood siding and a salvaged circular staircase. The DADU is finished with a bathroom but not a full kitchen - although a functional kitchenette would be an easy future upgrade.

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Meet the Builder

Laura and Doug Elfline

Mighty House Construction was founded by a second generation, 20-year home remodeling veteran and a green building junkie. Our combined skill and passion give us the ability to see beyond the “need” and create innovative solutions that allow individuals and families to live, work, and play better in their homes. Skilled, responsive and dependable, we bring outstanding craftsmanship and value to every project – from basic renovations to whole-house remodels and additions.