black and white farmhouse exterior pella windows

Farmhouse Siding: Design and Style

The modern farmhouse style has become increasingly popular over the years. Due in part, to TV shows like Fixer Upper. The clean design, crisp palette paired with wood details make for a highly desirable home.

When designing the exterior of your home, farmhouse siding plays a key role in obtaining that coveted curb appeal. For example, we gave a traditional style home a complete modern farmhouse makeover. Read more about the farmhouse siding products, styles, cost, and colors we installed for this white and black farmhouse.

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Southwind Authentic Plank Highland Gray

Product Highlight: Southwind Authentic Plank in Highland Gray

Just like you, we live, work and play in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. The flooring in our homes experience all the elements we enjoy. Specifically, water, dirt, snow and sand.

This past month, we worked on a lakefront condo at Samoset at Winnipesaukee Association in Gilford. This home sees a large amount of moisture, humidity and normal wear and tear. The homeowner asked us to remove all the carpet and install vinyl plank in the kitchen, living room, dining area, stairs and upper living space and replace it with a waterproof flooring.

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renovating unfinished home spaces

Remodeling Unfinished Home Spaces: Ekstedt Project

Are you looking to remodel that unfinished attic, basement or room over the garage so you can enjoy it now and reap the investment rewards later? According to HGTV’s Which Home Improvements Pay Off?, during hot housing markets, home additions can boost the sale of your home by 30%. Bathroom additions give back even more! Remodeling Magazine reported an average of 86.4% ROI. If you are looking to add a bedroom to your attic or room over the garage, you can expect to receive around 70 to 80 percent of your investment back. Continue reading “Remodeling Unfinished Home Spaces: Ekstedt Project”