Impact Windows

Impact Windows & Doors

After photo of impact window & door installation

This Kendall home was built in the late 1960’s and still had it’s original windows & doors. They were standard awning windows and sliding glass doors installed in those times. As part of a complete exterior remodel the new homeowner decided on replacing them with single-hung impact windows (a.k.a. hurricane windows) and impact sliding glass doors.
The older window openings in the kitchen and master bedroom were enlarged to accommodate sliding glass doors, bringing in plenty of natural light from the backyard. All sliding glass doors and windows installed are impact resistant and meet Miami-Dade County’s High-Velocity Wind Code for impact windows & doors. The job was completed with a smooth stucco finish and exterior paint.
Below are before and after photos of this exterior remodel with impact windows & doors:

Stucco Siding & Exterior Remodel in Westchester

After photo of exterior remodel with stucco siding

Originally built in the 1960’s, this Westchester home was updated with new stucco siding, a new roof, high-impact windows, a re-surfaced driveway and new wood fence. The nice horizontal lines from the¬†stucco siding and the new impact windows give the home a clean¬†modern look.

The exterior color scheme was chosen to compliment the new charcoal roof tiles. Below are before & after photos of the exterior remodel with new stucco siding.

Building A Residential Addition

 

Finalized after photo of a home addition in Miami, FL.

Below are photos of a residential addition in the city of Coral Gables currently under construction. When finalized the addition will add new entertaining space and a full bathroom to the home. This home addition in particular required moving the electrical meter to a new location as well as new plumbing and a new roof. View all of our home addition project photos.