Unaware of the substantial damage environmental elements had impacted her home, this resident was (at first) surprised to receive a door knock from a Legacy Restoration representative. After accepting a free exterior home inspection, our team member was able to point out storm damage which was negatively affecting the integrity of her home.
With seemingly small repair items adding up and factoring in the timespan they had each sat before being addressed, our team knew this may end up being a larger project. Our inspections showed that storm elements had caused most of this damage, and a Legacy representative immeditaly began to work with the homeowner's insurance company in order to have those items taken care of. With additional findings of mold and other unforseen project aspects, this makeover turned into the larger project our team thought it may become. Also, after the project began, the homeowner opted to have other exterior items beautified during the process including her deck and stone accents. Taking a look at the entire scope of this project excited both the homeowner and our team - because despite the challenges we all knew it would be a beautiful top to bottom makeover when completed.
The homeowner's goal changed from fixing small repairs to transforming her lackluster, weathered home into a beautiful place with great curb appeal. The Legacy team was thrilled to tackle this challenge and provide the quality exterior restoration they desired!
The Legacy Restoration team took no short cuts with this complete home makeover. This home received a brand new roof, all new siding, new insultation, beautiful new windows, fresh gutters, a gorgeous new garage door, new decking, mold removal and electrical updates.
The homeowner was very pleased with Legacy's attention to detail, design assistance, complete restoration guidance, customer service and the high quality craftsmenship put into each aspect of the project. Our team enjoyed restoring beauty and integrity to this home!
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