Front elevation--After
Glenside, PA.  The existing 1940 2-story stone home backs onto a golf course.  Added space included an expanded living room, a new kitchen, sun room, master bedroom suite and two bedrooms.
Front elevation--Before
Buckingham, PA.  Expansion of a 1950s, 2-story home.  A new master suite and new third-level bedroom were added.  An expanded kitchen and a new rear deck were added.  The exterior was partially re-designed.
Front elevation--Before
Rear elevation--After
Front elevation--Before
Rear elevation--Before
Doylestown, PA.  A home addition including a new entry and front facade re-design.  Updates include a new family room, a new garage and four new bedrooms including a new master suite
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Front elevation--After
Rear elevation--After
The projects featured on this page consist of residential before and after rennovations. 
Yardley, PA.  This home is located in the Delaware River flood plain and flooded several times in the past.  The existing Spanish style house weighed 206 tons and was raised one story.  A new first floor able to withstand flooding was added and all levels of the house were re-planned along with the addition of a new fourth level and elevator.
Yardley, PA.  A modest home in an upscale neighborhood.  The front facade was redesigned and a new family room and master bedroom suite added.
Rosemont, NJ.  The original 1732 farmhouse was mirrored and connected to the original utilizing a 2-story foyer containing a flying bridge.  Three ground source heat pumps were installed by the owner.
Rear elevation--Before
Buckingham, PA.  A new second story was added to an existing onestory brick ranch style home.  It was determined that it was more economical to remove everything down to the level of the first floor.  The original foundation and its footprint were retained.  Five bedrooms include a mother-in-law suite.
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