Whole House Remodel
This Fremont home was built in 1955 and hadn't had any work done to it for most of that time. I think they may have added carpet in the 80s, but that was about it. The house was drafty, heating bill high, doors swung the wrong way, old bathrooms and kitchen. Here's what we did:
-Removed structural walls to open floor plan
-New Roof with 1/2" plywood underlayment and lifetime composition shingles
-Installed a new high-efficiency furnace and all new insulated duct work in the attic, gaining a closet where furnace had been.
-Installed all new dual pane windows
-Installed all new wiring and an new sub panel
-High density cellulose insulation in all exterior walls for heat, and several interior walls for sound
-R-30 cellulose in attic
-Air sealing in attic and crawlspace
-New recessed LED lighting
-2 bathroom remodels
-Partial kitchen remodel
-Interior and exterior painting, exterior motion lights, exterior decorative lighting.
-Removed carpet, refinished original oak floors
The house looks completely renovated and the utility bills were cut IN HALF. This means that the energy efficiency upgrades will pay for themselves in less than 10 years.