Pole Building, Highland Hills, Ohio by Remodel Me Today 6-12-13

Posted by on Sep 2, 2013 in Commercial Projects, Garage & Pole Building | 1 comment

Pole Building, Highland Hills, Ohio by Remodel Me Today 6-12-13

This project was a contract project awarded by the Cuyahoga County Department of Youth Services.  Remodel Me Today was the winning bid on this project and we contracted to build a 20×20 pole building with 12′ eves and an 8′ side shed.        ...

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Home Addition Berea Ohio, Remodel Me Today

Posted by on Apr 10, 2012 in Additions, Garage & Pole Building, Tile | 1 comment

Home Addition Berea Ohio, Remodel Me Today

                  This project was for Mary M in Berea Ohio.  It was a home addition Berea Ohio project which consisted of removing an existing screened porch and demo of an existing garage and carport.  These were replaced with a new bonus sun-room with laundry facilities to allow homeowner a first floor laundry.  Additionally, we placed a breezeway between the new two car garage to allow Mary to exit to her vehicle without having to deal with any weather issues.  During the construction of the addition it was discovered that the existing roof on the home was in poor condition.  Mary asked us to add the roof to her project as well.  The last item of business was siding the entire house once the addition was complete and installation of new seamless gutters with gutter guards.  Since the completion of the addition Mary has had us back to install a whole house generator system.                                ...

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Garage Rebuild Cleveland Ohio Remodel Me Today North Olmsted Ohio

Posted by on Mar 25, 2012 in Garage & Pole Building | 1 comment

Garage Rebuild Cleveland Ohio Remodel Me Today North Olmsted Ohio

This project was completed on March 23rd, 2012 for a Amanda G in Cleveland Ohio with Remodel Me Today from North Olmsted Ohio.  When we were called to the project site for initial consultation we found an existing garage with rotten wood in the lap siding, roof rafters and wall studs.  It was determined that the rotten wood had been caused by many leaks in the existing aged roof.  This project entailed the demo of the existing single car garage and replacement with the same.

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