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Southeast Portland Exterior Remodel

Four-Season Outdoor Living Space in Oregon

When the owner of this Southeast Portland home reached out to our company, she had recently moved to the Pacific Northwest area to be closer to her family. She purchased a beautiful home with the intention of transforming it into a space that would accommodate her needs for the rest of her life. Additionally, she wanted to create a four-season outdoor area where she could enjoy gardening and spending time with her family.

The primary goal of the project was to provide the homeowner with a fully covered, attached structure that would serve as a four-season space. This required careful planning and design to ensure that the space would be protected from the elements while also reflecting the homeowner's desired aesthetic. We incorporated elements of European garden design, including Roman-style pillars, to achieve the desired look.

One of the major challenges during the design process was integrating the roofline of the existing

garage structure with the roof of the new patio cover. Our team had to work diligently to ensure that the roofs seamlessly tied in with each other. Structural considerations, such as the installation of steel beams, were also necessary to support the load and maintain the desired design.

During the construction phase, there were additional design changes that required careful attention. For example, the gas insert fireplace design was modified to resemble a real fireplace with a chimney stack. It also required engineering and structural elements to ensure the chimney stack served its purpose both aesthetically and as a support for the roof structure.

Despite these challenges, the project was a resounding success. The completed exterior remodel, including the garden hardscaping and patio cover, exceeded the homeowner's expectations. She was thrilled with the outcome and even organized an open house event at her property to share the transformation with her friends.

When the owner of this Southeast Portland home reached out to our company, she had recently moved to the Pacific Northwest area to be closer to her family. She purchased a beautiful home with the intention of transforming it into a space that would accommodate her needs for the rest of her life. Additionally, she wanted to create a four-season outdoor area where she could enjoy gardening and spending time with her family.

The primary goal of the project was to provide the homeowner with a fully covered, attached structure that would serve as a four-season space. This required careful planning and design to ensure that the space would be protected from the elements while also reflecting the homeowner's desired aesthetic. We incorporated elements of European garden design, including Roman-style pillars, to achieve the desired look.

One of the major challenges during the design process was integrating the roofline of the existing garage structure with the roof of the new patio cover. Our team had to work diligently to ensure that the roofs seamlessly tied in with each other. Structural considerations, such as the installation of steel beams, were also necessary to support the load and maintain the desired design.

During the construction phase, there were additional design changes that required careful attention. For example, the gas insert fireplace design was modified to resemble a real fireplace with a chimney stack. It also required engineering and structural elements to ensure the chimney stack served its purpose both aesthetically and as a support for the roof structure.

Despite these challenges, the project was a resounding success. The completed exterior remodel, including the garden hardscaping and patio cover, exceeded the homeowner's expectations. She was thrilled with the outcome and even organized an open house event at her property to share the transformation with her friends.

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