Seattle, WA (PRWEB) November 28, 2012
Portland & Seattle remodeling contractor Hammer & Hand unveiled today a new portfolio of home addition remodels that illustrates the versatility of the construction type for both clients and the remodeling industry. With projects ranging from full second story additions to a more modest mudroom addition, each of the eight selected remodels brings its own value and utility to respective clients' homes.
“Remodels are as unique as the clients who embark on them,” said Hammer And Hand co-owner and CEO Daniel Thomas. “Each home represents a unique opportunity, and this new portfolio demonstrates how home addition design and construction responds in really diverse ways.”
The eight projects showcased in Hammer And Hand's new home additions portfolio feature design work by eight independent architects and designers, demonstrating the efficacy of the “three-legged stool” approach to the design-build process in remodeling: collaboration between designer, builder, and client.
“We work with independent designers on every remodel we build,” said Thomas, “so each of these projects is the result of intensive collaboration between the homeowner, the architect, and Hammer And Hand.”
Three of the remodel projects are second-story additions, some of which double the household's space with new bedrooms, bathroom and other work and living space.
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