Tuesday, January 31, 2012
We finished up the water damage repair in Norton Shores today. Since we had to replace some drywall the homeowners had us open up a wall between the their dining room and great room. It really opened it up! After that we tied up some lose ends at another project. Tomorrow we are heading back to a house in N. Muskegon to install three new garage doors. We installed new siding and roofing on this house about 1 1/2 years ago. That should buy us enough time to obtain the permit for a garage at Maranatha.
Posted by Chandonnet Builders LLC at 6:30 PM
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
We finished up the trim work for the kitchen remodel in Norton Shores today! Turned out real sharp. Tomorrow we are staying in Norton Shores to take care of some water damage from ice build up. We will be redoing a section of roofing and siding as well as tearing out a wall and repairing some drywall. I'll have some new photos up soon of the kitchen and the new roof system that we did on Duck Lake Rd.
Posted by Chandonnet Builders LLC at 5:26 PM
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
We finally finished up the the project on Duck Lake Rd. in North Muskegon today! The siding is all installed and it turned out great. Tomorrow we are heading to Norton Shores is install some trim in a kitchen that we installed a few weeks ago.
Posted by Chandonnet Builders LLC at 5:31 PM
Monday, January 23, 2012
We will be finished up with the project that we've been working on over on Duck Lake Rd. tomorrow. We could have wrapped it up today but we are waiting for one little vent to arrive, and the weather wasn't the best today. Next we will be heading over to Norton Shore for a roof repair and to fix some water damage.
Posted by Chandonnet Builders LLC at 6:01 PM
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
It was a cold and wet one out there today. Despite getting soaked, we managed to get the majority of the eaves done. We will have those finished up tomorrow. We should also be able to get some of the new siding installed. Hopefully its not so wet tomorrow.
Posted by Chandonnet Builders LLC at 5:17 PM
Monday, January 16, 2012
We ended up beating the snow just in time! We finished installing the new shingles at around noon last Thursday. On Friday we got a start on the new aluminum eaves. Tomorrow we will continue on the eaves and get started of installing the new siding of the gable ends. The front gable is going to have some decorative shake siding. By this weeks end this one be just about there.
Posted by Chandonnet Builders LLC at 5:05 PM
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
We finished up the last little bit of framing today at the roof truss job on Duck Lake Rd. We also started installing the new shingles and got a pretty good start in doing so. If all goes well tomorrow we should be able to finish before the bad weather hits. From there its installing the siding on the new wall ends and the new aluminum eaves!
Posted by Chandonnet Builders LLC at 6:54 PM
Monday, January 9, 2012
How about this weather for January? We have been very fortunate considering the type of project we are working on. Things have been going great at the Duck Lake Rd. job. We worked all weekend due to the favorable weather and have all of the new trusses framed up and just finished all of the new roof sheeting today. The shingles were delivered this afternoon and we will start installing those tomorrow. Hopefully we can beat the snow that supposed to be here Thursday!
Posted by Chandonnet Builders LLC at 6:14 PM
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Happy New Year! We hope everyone had a great holiday season! We had a change in plans from what was originally expected for the start of 2012. We were supposed to begin a 32'x40' pole barn in Fennville, but that will be delayed for about two weeks. Instead we are starting a project on Duck Lake Rd. in North Muskegon. We will be removing the entire rafter roof system and replacing them with new energy heel trusses. We will be adding a significant amount of insulation and proper ventilation. Once all that is done, new shingles and installing new aluminum eaves. Hopefully the weather cooperates!
Posted by Chandonnet Builders LLC at 7:04 PM