Craftsmanship Comes Full Circle with One Last Renovation
In the mid 2000’s, the majority of this home was given a facelift by dressing the exterior in Hardieplank, brick, and stone veneer to implement an updated craftsmanship style. The only part of the home that halted the flow of the fresh renovations was the garage, which had yet to be touched up. So when the new homeowners made this house their home once the remodeling was finished, they set out to polish off the rest of the home’s exterior by updating the garage.
Knowing that this project would require a great deal of expertise, the residents enlisted the help of Case Design to build a new, larger garage that included similar architectural accents and building materials. One of the biggest construction challenges was finding a stone that wouldn’t disrupt the continuity of the stone applied to the rest of the home’s exterior. After evaluating a multitude of stone samples to find one that would closely match the existing stone, Eldorado Stone’s Wheatfield RoughCut bore the closest resemblance to the size and color of the home’s preexisting stone. In fact, the homeowners were such fans of Eldorado’s product that they also applied it to a new side porch.
This turned out to be a smooth and enjoyable design process, and the end results prove that Eldorado Stone was exactly what was needed to pull the look of the entire residence together.
Eldorado Stone featured: Wheatfield RoughCut
Builder: Case Design/Remodeling