Restoration and addition to a 1953 Hoby Wagener house for T. Paul Maslin in the University Place Historic District, Boulder, Colorado (click here to read Modern History)
Project Team: Lawrence and Gomez Architects
Reardon Custom Homes, General Contractor
Jon X. Giltner, Structural Engineer
Steinley Plumbing and Heating
November 30, 2011 – siding, exterior trim, and gutters complete
Front of the house now allows natural light into the basement through unobtrusive area well
New egress windows in the north side yard; power-washed house ready for sanding and painting
South elevation from the garden
Southwest corner from the kitchen – second coat of finish on wood floors, Level 5 finish on drywall
Kitchen with completed rough-ins ready to receive cabinets
Living room looking north
Builder Scott Reardon inspects finishes
November 8 – Wood floor installer and his tools
November 5 – Backer board installed on tub deck and shower surround
September 12 – Plumber installs rough piping for pot filler
September 7 – Radiant heat manifold for kitchen zone
View of in-floor radiant heat system covered with insulation on the under-side. Tubing for ceiling radiant heat will be added below the batts.
Steinley Plumbing and Heating installs tubing for in-floor radiant heat.
August 20, 2011 – Closed cell foam insulation in walls and between rafters, a key component to achieve R-49 in this thin roof. Click here to read more in Gimme Shelter.
Sixty pound concrete saw slices through existing foundation to make openings for new and larger windows.
May 3, 2011 – New foundation for kitchen addition completed; framing in progress for new dormer in master bedroom
May 3, 2011 – Deconstruction of finishes reveals existing framing