Boosting Colonial

Curb Appeal 


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Client Goals: Improve the house facade’s curb appeal.

Our Solution: Overgrown shrubbery was pulled out to showcase new graded landscaping and stone-faced foundation. The tiny front stoop was enlarged to a wide, metal-roofed portico to frame the new double doors. Stonework, white trim, and dark roofing are carried across the entire front elevation.


  • Tongue & groove vaulted ceiling
  • Recessed lighting
  • Specialty column trimwork
  • Natural stone veneer
  • Board & batten shutters
  • Steel ribbed roofing (burnished slate)

Project Cost: $34,000

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