Full Homes

Jackson

AGC was contacted to remodel this 5-story home at the beginning of March. We recommended the architect and structural engineer, obtained the building permits, and mobilized the job by the first week of April. Despite the scale of a full house remodel, our client was able to move back in before Christmas.

Ed Ritger Photography


Completely new kitchen with conservative aesthetic: walls removed to make space for sliding pocket door and three windows; custom cabinets, Caesarstone countertops, and recessed lighting.

Reverse kitchen shot: stainless steel oven and uniform custom cabinetry to align with client’s conservative tastes.

Kitchen looking in to stairway: close-up of custom cabinets, shelves, and homosote bulletin board.

Repainted walls and trim accentuate refinished dark hardwood floors.

Refinished hardwood floors contrast beautifully with repainted walls, highlighting the impressive skylight.

Master bathroom equipped with shower enclosure, soaking tub, custom cabinets, and thick Caesarstone countertops.

Waterfall Countertop turning into shower wall, eliminating common space between shower glass and cabinets.

Radiant heat system distributed to each zone (room) throughout the house.

AGC helped the client take advantage of their view from the first and second floor by eliminating obtrusive beams running down the middle of the house by installing steel beams running down the edges of the house. New waterproofing system, windows, and courtyard with gas lines for barbeques or outdoor heaters.

New red cedar trellis erected on back patio, above pedestal-set pavement.

Detail shot of post-to-beam connection with gorgeous red cedar wood.