Modern Facade Exterior Remodel
This client came to MAK with the wish to transform her 1940s ranch-style house's exterior into a stunning, modern facade. In short, this project was about increasing the home’s curb appeal. The remodel included moving the entry to a central location to give the home more balance, replacing the roof and siding, and updating the doors and windows. While the project includes a lot of large-scale changes, the brilliance of the design is found in the details which were expertly planned in the design phase, and meticulously carried out by the production team. The final product is a striking exterior that is both modern and inviting. The homeowner now happily reports that not only does she adore the new way her house looks, but her community loves it too - she receives compliments from neighbors and passersby daily!
What a joy the entire team at MAK was to work with. Anthony, from the design team, came up with three different designs and I loved all three! His vision is simply astounding . Josh was the project manager and his meticulousness really shows in his work and he's an all around great guy to have in an around your home. Everyone cared about the project and gave it 100% I definitely recommend MAK!
MAK needed to replace the existing sagging vinyl siding with an exterior skin that was both durable and modern. The client wanted the exterior to have the look of cast concrete. To achieve this desired look while also ensuring durability, MAK used acrylic stucco which has a smooth finish and allows for the grey color to be incorporated into the material itself which functionally provided the home with a lifetime paint job! Replacing the existing traditional shingled roof with a new standing seam metal roof was another major update that helped to better achieve the desired modern aesthetic.
This project's design is striking due to its minimalism and perfectionism. Throughout the remodel, the MAK designer and project manager worked together to ensure that the final product was as sleek as possible. To keep the design light, MAK custom-designed the trim used throughout the project which was then milled on-site. The seams highlight the craftsmanship of the transitions and so MAK took care not to cover up these transitions with bulky applied trim. The new facade also includes Red Cedar paneling on both the bump-out entry and the garage surround. The Cedar accents provide a warm tone to the otherwise cool color palette. Steel window boxes perforate both sides of the pop-out entry to preserve sightlines and create opportunities for accent lights which add more dimension and intrigue to the entry.