In addition to the composite decking used on the porch floor of the Kuppersmith Project house renovation, we also installed a low-maintenance composite fencing around the backyard and composite handrails on the back porch. Watch this video to find out more.
The accordion design of the pleated retractable screens on display at the International Builders’ Show allows the screen to takes up less space in the doorway, while the low profile threshold reduces tripping and makes for easy wheelchair access. Watch this video to find out more.
One of the biggest trends in home remodeling over the last few years has been creating usable, attractive, fun outdoor living spaces. And, now there are a lot of innovative ways to blur the line between your indoor and outdoor living spaces, while providing privacy, lighting, climate and pest control.
The Kuppersmith home renovation project follows the extensive renovation of a two-story, Tudor style home built in 1926 in Mobile, Alabama. In the twelfth of our 13-part series, we landscape the yard, finish the garage floor, and install entry locks on the house.
The Kuppersmith home renovation project follows the extensive renovation of a two-story, Tudor style home built in 1926 in Mobile, Alabama. In the eighth of our 13-part series, we pour the concrete driveway, install retractable screens, and lay mosaic tile in the bathroom.
The soffit and beam on the back porch of the Kuppersmith Project house were framed to accommodate motorized, retractable screens. The screens can be rolled down at the touch of a button, then retracted into the soffit to let the outside in when they’re not needed. Watch this video to find out more.