for the Royers
The Royer's contacted Fulford Home Remodeling looking for ideas on how to change the front appearance of their home, and a “facelift” was just what the doctor ordered.
The existing front porch roof, concrete porch and sidewalks, and brick were removed. The existing foyer truss system was modified to create a barrel-type ceiling, which matched the shape of the new elliptical window above the front entry door. Two dormers and a box bay were added; a two story front entry was constructed, including concrete porch and sidewalks leading to the driveway. Brick veneer, stone work, and shutters were added to complete this project, which added considerable value and “curb appeal” to this golf course home. This project won first place in the Exterior Projects category of the HBA 2004 Remodelors of Distinction Awards.