Water in the crawlspace resulted from poor drainage. Winter Sun installed a grassed swale to divert water away from the foundation.
Newly remodeled with a completely refinished and redesigned interior, this Energy Star certified, mountain cabin is ready for you to come home.
Take a tour of Macon County, NC's FIRST certified affordable green home and learn more about green building techniques, materials and applications.
Would you like to add some rustic mountain charm to your home? Mountain laurel handrails complement any rustic mountain residence.
This house added two new porches with exterior woodwork, a new Energy Star qualified metal roof and a four-in-one tubular skylight that admits daylight to the interior of the home.
Old wallpaper and worn carpet were becoming health concerns. A new hickory hardwood floor reduces allergens, is easy to clean and is made from a renewable resource. No-VOC paint emits less toxins into the interior air
After a tree fell on the house damaging the roof, water infiltration mandated replacement of kitchen cabinets, carpet in one bedroom and wood flooring in the great room and kitchen.
Winter Sun corrected previous failed attempts at waterproofing difficult sections of this roof. The chimney required new framing to divert water. Intricate flashing was involved around valleys, chimney, skylights and pipes.