Beautiful Interior and Exterior Remodeling Project near Appomattox
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This home renovation project is hard to imagine before Milton Construction arrived. Here we show the old kitchen coming from living room. Then we have the rear view where there was originally a screen porch that was enclosed then finished with a new deck.
We then entered the design phase so that our clients can visualize the final remodeling project. We strived to do as much of the planning work as possible up front, so that once the job was started, it could run along smoothly and be completed in a timely manner with as few delays as possible. The design work, cabinetry, and countertops were provided by Elm Home Design, an interior design studio in Lynchburg.
Now it was time for the actual construction to take place. Here are two of the more dramatic images that allow you to see an entire room being broken down, while also having the exterior sealed up before building the new deck.
This next image shows how classy as well additional functionality the finished Kitchen Remodel truly is. Notice the cased opening above peninsula. This is where wall was removed to open kitchen to breakfast area. Concealed inside the moulding is a large LVL beam. There is also a new breakfast area. Something we did not show is the replaced hot water heater with a tankless one which is hidden inside these pantry cabinets.
Looking up allows you to appreciate the finished kitchen ceiling.
We are accustomed to making changes as we go along, and here is an example where it was decided to add tile around the old fireplace in the front parlor room.
This is a cute little snack area that replaced the former laundry area. It has a small sink and beverage cooler to add a nice touch.
In addition to doing major home renovation projects, our company also specializes in new Decks & Porches. As an extension of the focus on the Kitchen Remodeling, we also converted the screened porch to a sunroom that would then lead to a new deck. Notice the original slope of the roof of the former screen porch was preserved in the finished room.