We are excited to unveil this one of a kind, beautiful chapel we built in Summerfield for our client’s upcoming wedding. We built the foundation with blocks covered in a stone veneer. Using old tobacco barn logs we found stacked on-site, we constructed the walls and wood ceiling complete with rustic beams in the main room. We used old barn wood milled and finished on-site with Bono craft oil for the floor and trim. We added stunning stained glass windows and finished it off with a rustic door entailing more stained glass. Continue reading “One of a Kind Wedding Chapel”
We recently completed this screened porch in Greensboro and designed it to seamlessly blend with the exterior of the home. By using Trex decking, non-rot trim, vinyl siding, and vinyl rails, we ensured the space would be easy to maintain and last for years to come. We used the Screen Eze system and finished it with an Anderson screen door. Seamless gutters and downspouts will ensure proper drainage and the architectural shingles and trim match the home
If you have been dreaming of a screened porch, but don’t know where to begin, give us a call or fill out our online contact form. We would be happy to provide you with a complimentary consultation where we can walk you through the process and provide you with a free estimate.
We are excited to announce that we are actively seeking a skilled craftsman to join our team. This is a full-time, salaried position with the potential for overtime.
Skilled Worker Requirements
- Multi-talented, well-rounded skilled craftsman
- Experience working on kitchens, bathrooms, screened porches, decks, etc.
- Teachable and willing to learn
- Drivers’ license required, owning a truck is a bonus
- Provide your own basic tools (tool belt, hammer, etc.)
We recently built a custom screened porch in High Point complete with arches and circular columns. We built the porch using a non-rot Aztek material. The tile floor will keep the space cool and easy to maintain. Visit our screened porches page to see more examples of our work.
If you or anyone you know are considering adding a screen porch to your home, contact us today for a free consultation. We would love to turn your dream into a reality!
We recently completed construction on a 12’x16’ barn-style storage building in Winston-Salem. The ramp and double doors allow for easier loading and unloading of larger items. We framed the building with 8-foot walls and a loft area with attic stairs for additional storage. In addition to wiring the storage building with lights and outlets, we added a vinyl window for natural light. We used only non-rot material on the exterior (Hardie Plank siding and Miratec trim) and painted it to match the house. Gutters, downspouts, and a roof that matched the home completed this functional storage solution.
If you or anyone you know is looking to add additional storage to their home, contact us today for a free estimate.
Have you dreamed of screening in your existing porch, but not sure where to begin? Allow us to convert your existing deck or porch to a screened porch like this one that can be used every day of the year! In this screened porch conversion in Gibsonville, we added the Screen Eze system and an Anderson screen door. Contact Lakenridge Builders for a free estimate of your screened porch conversion today!
Create a big impact with a small budget by renovating your half-bathroom. Most guests visit the powder room in your home at least once during their stay. A fresh powder room tells your guests that your home is well cared for and you enjoy having company. In this Greensborom half-bathroom renovation, we installed new tile floors, a single vanity with quartz countertops, and new lighting and plumbing fixtures including a decorative mirror. A fresh coat of point finished off the now fresh and inviting space.
If you are interested in improving your home, contact us today for a free estimate for any project big or small. We look forward to speaking with you!
Why should master bathrooms have all the fun? In this hall bathroom renovation, we replaced the shower/tub combination for a new tile shower with frameless glass. The new tile floor compliments the shower tile and the quartz countertops. New lighting and plumbing fixtures, decorative mirrors over a new double vanity, and a fresh coat of paint finish off the space. Continue reading “Hall Bathroom Renovation”
Before we began this Greensboro master bathroom remodel, the homeowners were living with a dark, cramped shower and an oversized tub that took up unnecessary space. Now, their beautiful new freestanding soaking tub takes up less space without sacrificing the size of the tub. They enjoy a large, tiled shower with plenty of room for both a showerhead and a rainhead. The frameless glass accentuates the spacious shower and keeps the entire space bright, open, and airy.
A double vanity with quartz countertops, all new lighting and plumbing fixtures, a wood-like tile floor, and a new coat of paint work together making this master bathroom feel so much more open. If you or anyone you know is interested in remodeling any space in or out of their home, contact us today for a free estimate!
In a recent home renovation, we reconfigured their space to enlarge the kitchen area. We removed the load-bearing wall between the kitchen and dining room. Not only did removing the wall open up space, but it also made room for the new kitchen island. Next, we closed in part of the screen porch to accommodate the new laundry room that was previously housed in the kitchen. Continue reading “Kitchen, Laundry and Screened Porch in Jamestown, NC”