The client's home is a beautiful Tudor style mansion located in Hudson, Ohio. We were contacted by the client ’s architect in early 2006 to help design and construct an addition to the home, as well as evaluate the existing slate and flat roofs. This project helped Absolute win a 1st place award in 2007 for a Residential Historical Renovation/Restoration at the annual NARI awards ceremony.
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The clients wanted to remove an existing garage, add a family room, reconfigure the side entrance, add a 3-car garage and replace the driveway, all the while maintaining the original look of the house. The house, built in the Spanish hacienda style, was constructed in 1921. It is located at the start of the “Gold coast” in the beautiful Edgewater neighborhood of Cleveland Recycled and reclaimed materials were to be used whenever possible. This project helped Absolute win a first place award in 2005 for a Residential Exterior Renovation/Restoration at the annual NARI awards ceremony. Click here to see the entire project.
Lakeside Village is a community of condos of varying sized homes in Rocky River. We were contacted to look at the roofs on all of the units and determine the problem areas on each. The long process showed that most of the roofs were in great need of repair. Some issues included bad flashings, blown off shingles, tuck pointing of chimneys, and leaks, among other things. Click here
to see the entire project.