Modern Kitchen Appliances in a Restored Home

The new kitchen addition in this 1930's home in the university area of  Chapel Hill was  a crucial part of adding modern conveniences that make this beautiful historic home more livable.

Kitchen The use of wainscoting, around the built-in benches in the eating area, plus plenty of natural light adds to the many special qualities of this custom kitchen.

The energy efficient stainless steel appliances, custom cabinets, and unique counter tops also help to give this kitchen an updated modern feel.

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A Family Room Addition

We've just started another new project in Chapel Hill.  This family, like many in this economy, has decided to stay in their current home and expand it to meet their needs.  When finished with this project the homeowner will have a new family room space with cathedral ceiling,  a new exterior covered porch area, and a brand new etched concrete patio.  The area will be conditioned by extending new ducts off their existing HVAC system.  The entire system will be improved with proper balancing, and by installing a zoning system to heat and cool this new space independently from the rest of the house.

Before getting started we had to match the new brick to that on the existing foundation.

With a good match on the brick,  the foundation and new steps went up quickly.

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