The front door on the Kuppersmith Project house was custom-made to match the original one. The lock for the door is a combination lock that connects wirelessly to the Internet, allowing you to lock and unlock the door remotely using a smartphone or computer. Watch this video to find out more.
Once everything had been cleared out of the Kuppersmith Project garage, we cleaned and finished the concrete slab floor using a two-part epoxy coating. Watch this video to see how we went about it.
One of the useful features I added to the Kuppersmith Project house is a whole house, standby generator. The generator runs on natural gas and uses a transfer switch to automatically transfer power to the generator in the event of a power outage. Watch this video to find out more.
One of the amenities I added to the Kuppersmith Project house was a central vacuum system. A central vac system is great because it makes vacuuming easier than a standard vacuum cleaner and exhausts the air outside the home. Watch this video to find out more.
Before landscaping the Kuppersmith Project yard, the lot was graded and composted pine bark and manure were tilled into the ground to enrich the soil. Next, hundreds of holes were dug and plants set in place following our landscaping plan. Watch this video to find out more.
Here are 5 reasons why Phantom Screens are an excellent addition to preserve and enjoy your home. Let in the light while keeping out the insects, and have a professional installation to make sure it is done right.
Landscaping the Kuppersmith Project yard started by digging holes with a motorized auger, then setting the trees and shrubs in place following our detailed landscape plan. Trees and shrubs planted in the yard included river birch, holly, azalea, and camellia. Watch this video to find out more.
After the interior doors on the Kuppersmith Project house had been painted and hung, the interior door locksets were installed. Locksets are much simpler to install today, due to easy alignment and assembly of the various parts. Watch this video to find out more.
The exterior lighting for the Kuppersmith Project house included architectural lighting to illuminate the house itself, landscape lighting, and fixtures installed in the trees to provide the soft glow of simulated moonlight. Watch this video to find out more.
After 200 days of renovation and remodeling, followed by two weeks of decorating from the design team at Better Homes & Gardens and Renovation Style magazines, the Kuppersmith Project house is finally finished, and it’s time to take the grand tour!
Watch this video to find out about the stainless steel sink and eco-performance faucet that were installed in the kitchen of the Kuppersmith Project house, as well as the pneumatic air switch for the garbage disposal.
To store everything from tools to lawn equipment in the two-car garage of the Kuppersmith Project house, we installed a wall mounted track system, with hanging cabinets. In addition, a workbench and rolling storage bins were also included. Watch this video to find out more.