New Owners of an existing house at McCabes Grant neighborhood wanted to remodel before moving in. Remodeling included adding a new bathroom, changing flooring, painting and a few miscellaneous items. 

Project Details

  • New 3rd floor bathroom in attic space
  • Wide plank wood flooring in several rooms
  • Carpet replacement in media room
  • Granite countertop replacement in master bath
  • Paint
Read more ...

Existing deck remodeled to double the original size for a total of 286 sf of deck space. A seating area was added in the corner with pergola on top. String lights creates a nice ambiance at night. The stair orientation was changed to connect to a future patio.

Project Details

  • Existing deck 142 sf; Addition 144 sf ; Total Deck: 286 sf
  • New decking and railing
  • Added bench and pergola
  • Changed direction of stair to go down to future patio
  • Added string lights for ambiance
Read more ...

This house is in a new development in the historical neighborhood of Highland Park located north of downtown Richmond. The site is developed by Southside Community Development and Housing Corporation, a non-profit, committed to building communities that change lives. Our design firm, Banerjee & Goff, designed all the homes in this development. We are honored and proud to be part of this development.

Project Details

  • Single Family Attached Homes
  • Each Unit = 1,528 sf; 3 bedrooms; 2 1/2 bath
  • 2nd floor balcony
Read more ...

Our very first Custom Design-Build High-performance home project. Project was completed in Nov 2016.

This home has many upscale features and upgrades. The exterior sheathing is 1" insulated ZIP R-sheathing by Huber, adding more insulation value and preventing thermal bridging. We are the first contractor to use this product in Richmond area, as unofficially verified by Huber representative.

Master bath was designed to accommodate wheel chair access with curbless linear drain and expanded space for toilet with grab bars. Niches were created in the bathroom and in the shower area for display items and toiletries.

Read more ...

The owners of this house wants to sell the home and gave us complete freedom to remodel. We proposed taking out a wall separating the Living room and Family room to open up the space. We expanded the opening of the kitchen entrance and created a window in the wall separating kitchen and living room. We also added a brick patio in the back.

We had been able to upgrade and make changes that were only possible for the generous budget of the owners. This house is now comparable to a new home and has been listed as of Nov 16, 2017 at a price that is a super bargain for the potential buyer.

Read more ...

Our very first project. Client wanted to build a bigger covered porch. However, location of home near the front setback lines prevented us from enlarging the porch due to County code restrictions. So, we settled for designing a cover over the existing porch, flaring the existing brick steps, and install a curved railing. We proposed a thick round tapered column. Client liked the Roman Ionic Cap for the column. We proposed a thicker baluster for the false balcony to enhance the overall richness.

Read more ...

This project is about converting a 26 year old home into new owners' dream home. After spending months looking for a new home to meet their requirements, they couldn't find anything that excited them. So, they decided to remodel an older home to meet their needs. We designed the new layout that included extending the existing kitchen by 5' towards the back. We helped them visualize the project by creating 3-D models.

Project Details

  • Added trim details and copper roof in front porch
  • Replaced flooring to wide plank flooring
  • Extended kitchen by 5' and redesigned entire kitchen
  • Added coffer in family room ceiling
  • Replaced stone in fireplace
  • Added patio in place of deck
  • Replaced shower in Jack & Jill bath to glass enclosed shower
  • Opened up upstairs room into a loft type library/music room
Read more ...