Construction Notes

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Primer on Greene & Greene Elements of Style

We started with an early 60s split level house purchased from original owner, the house was not maintained very well and had numerous electrical and plumbing issues.  After living in the house for five years we knew all the good and the bad and decided new construction was more efficient than a remodel.
We recycled every element of the old house.

Current posts :


Deconstruction

Footings and Foundation

Retaining Walls and Front Stairs

More Concrete Work

Radiant Heat and the Big Pour Floor

Basement Level Framing

Main Flour Framing

We will focus on architectural elements and finishes than the framing process, even though it's important framing just isn't as much fun.

Featured future posts :

Roofing
Shingles and Exterior Trim
The Sleeping Porch
Custom Windows and Doors
Beams and Metal Straps
Rafter Tails and Trellis
Concrete: Driveway, Stairs, Patio
Clinkerbricks, Stone, and Pavers
Interior Paint
Cabinetry
Tile and Stone
Interior Window Trim, Switchplates and Doors
Flooring
Stairwells
Stained Glass
Lighting
Bathrooms
Kitchen
Laundry room
Landscaping



Everyone who has seen the house agrees it is being built like a fine piece of furniture.  Craftsmen involved in our home and also the restoration work on original Greene & Greene homes agree that it is being built with the same attention to detail.