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Façades

A facade or façade (IPA: /fəˈsɑːd/) is generally one side of the exterior of a building, especially the front, but also sometimes the sides and rear. The word comes from the French language, literally meaning “frontage” or “face”.
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Before This family recently purchased a home that was in a beautiful area in Granite Bay but had been a bit neglected. The owners thought remodeling the front entryway would give the home a more aesthetically pleasing appearance, adding to the “curb-appeal” of the home.

Before: This family recently purchased a home that was in a beautiful area in Granite Bay but had been a bit neglected. The owners thought remodeling the front entryway would give the home a more aesthetically pleasing appearance, adding to the “curb-side” appeal of the home.

After The front of the house faces west and is exposed to a great deal of sun in the afternoon. To solve this problem, the owners wanted to extend the eve over the front of the house. The idea to extend the eve over the front of the house would help with the sun problem and would also give the home a more aesthetically pleasing look.

After: The front of the house faces west and is exposed to a great deal of sun in the afternoon. To solve this problem, the owners wanted to extend the eve over the front of the house. This idea would help with the sun problem and would also give the home a more aesthetically pleasing look.

Before The exterior of the home was covered with dark H-1 1 siding that was rotting. It needed a face-lift to help give the home a more updated look.

Before: The exterior of the home was covered with dark H-1 1 siding that was rotting. It needed a face-lift to help give the home a more updated look.


After  The addition areas were covered in a new shake roof, to blend with the existing roof covering. New Milgard windows were installed throughout the home in order to update the look of the home and to create a more energy efficient home. The stone facade at the front remained as it was prior to the start of work.  The owners had recently replaced the front doors and decided to keep them through the remodel.

After: The addition areas were covered in a new shake roof to blend with the existing roof covering. New Milgard windows were installed throughout the home in order to update the look of the home and to create a more energy efficient home. The stone facade at the front remained as it was prior to the start of work. The owners had recently replaced the front doors and decided to keep them through the remodel.


Before The owners of this 1930's home contacted our office dissatisfied with the condition of their home. They were in need of additional space, and loved their neighborhood, so moving was not something they wanted to consider. They wanted to improve, rather than move. The second story addition accommodates a bedroom, office and workout room I library, providing the space the owners were looking for in a "seamless addition."

Before: The owners of this 1930’s home contacted our office dissatisfied with the condition of their home. They were in need of additional space, and loved their neighborhood, so moving was not something they wanted to consider. They wanted to improve rather than move. The second story addition accommodates a bedroom, office, workout room, and library, providing the space the owners were looking for in a “seamless addition”.


After Since the home is considered to be a historical structure in a "design review" area, thorough review of the plans and significant engineering had to be completed by City Officials for the project to begin. The owners were clear, they wanted a “seamless addition", blending with the original structure as much as possible.

After: Since the home is considered to be an historical structure in a “design review” area, thorough review of the plans and significant engineering had to be completed by City Officials for the project to begin. The owners were clear, they wanted a “seamless addition”, blending with the original structure as much as possible.