HOME ADDITIONS

NJ HOME ADDITIONS

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HOME ADDITIONS

Building a home addition can give you and your family the extra needed room that you have been looking for. As a NJ Home Improvement Contractor in Bergen County New Jersey, we have made custom room additions, home additions and home remodeling projects of all sorts and sizes. Are you interested in building an addition on your home? If so, here are a few items to think about.

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ROOM ADDITIONS

Do you live in a home that needs a room addition or home addition. What type of addition are you looking to install? Well there are lots of questions we could ask you to pin point the exact type of room that will work for you and your family. Home remodeling these days usually consists of remodeling your home plus adding an addition of at least 400 square feet or more. We are seeing a huge trend in families adding multi level additions to their homes. What the rooms are usually comprised of is mostly the same from family to family. The multi level addition consists of a rear first floor family room and an upper bedroom addition. Most times the upper bedroom home addition will be a master bedroom suite. The suite will have walk in closets and a separate area for the master bedroom. The original master bedroom usually is the larger of the original bedrooms. That room usually gets downsized and renovated to allow an access hall into the new master bedroom suite.

ADDITIONS

Home additions can be an expansion of any existing room or the creation of an entirely new wing to your home. Whether you own a cape, ranch, bi-level, split level etc., you can add an addition to your home and enlarge that part of your home as long as it conforms to your local building department regulations. Kitchen expansions along with master bedrooms suites and family rooms seem to be the way that the home additions trend is moving in these days. The real estate market is dictating that it is harder to sell during these times so homeowners opt to take their homes off the market and go the route of  a home remodeling. A home addition will bring their home up to par and make it a more livable environment for many families.

Author:

Mr. David Pangione

Pangione Developers Inc.

Note: All this information is 100% original. Every word is spoken from experience of being a NJ Home Improvement Contractor for over 30 years. 

As a New Jersey remodeling Contractor as well as a NJ Home Improvement Contractor throughout Bergen County Northern New Jersey, Pangione Developers Inc has developed a reputation for offering the most aggressively priced home additions and add a level packages.

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REMODELING YOUR HOME VIDEO-GUTTER INSTALLATION
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http://www.squidoo.com/home-additions-house-additions-room-additions-bergen-county-nj

http://www.squidoo.com/home-remodeling-tips-keeping-your-home-clean-during-construction

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NJ HOME ADDITIONS

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This NJ Home Addition’s siding application is moving fast. Already on day one of the vinyl siding installation, we are wrapping up the right side of the home and half way done with the rear of the home.

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TRIM and MOLDING TIPS FOR YOUR HOME

TRIM

  MOLDING

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Molding

As a NJ Home Improvement Contractor, I can tell you that choosing the right molding for your home improvement project changes the look of your home drastically. Just by adding molding, your remodeling project will change the entire look of a room or rooms without changing the actual dimensions of  the room. Moldings come in many shapes and sizes. It is possible to add molding to your doors, windows, floor perimeters, ceilings or even walls. Purchasing and installing  moldings can be one of the smartest home improvement choices any homeowner can make when looking for ways to bring your rooms to life.

Trim-A Lost Art

Homes built long ago were created with grandiose molding schemes. If you have ever visited a home built before the 1950’s or so, you understand what I am talking about. Where windows these days are trimmed with 4 pieces of molding, one for each side, back then a window was trimmed with between nine to thirteen pieces of molding. Floors had minimum six inch base molding, a 1 3/4″ base cap and a 3/4″ quarter round where the floor meets the 6″ base. These days, you are lucky to have a 3 1/4″ base molding.

This molding style was lost somewhere in the 1950’s and molding became more simple. Gone were the chair moldings that brought to your rooms so much character. As it created a horizontal divider throughout any room it was in, many times the lower half was  a different color from the top half or one section had wall paper. Inside the lower half many people installed wainscoat  wall treatments which  could have been created in many different styles.

Wainscoting

Wainscoting moulding can bring any room to life. With it’s many styles and design’s, you can create so many different variations of patterns with wainscoting. The traditional style of creating the lower 1/3 of a wall with a wainscoting pattern, then the remainder of the upper wall can be painted of wallpapered. As you can see, wainscoting can make any room look amazing.

Are you interested in having wainscoting installed in a room in your home?

Door and Window Trim

Door and window trim has become a very important part of many remodeling. People are now removing old trim and replacing with new moulding assembly’s with much more detail. The focus has shifted from the standard 2 1/4″ window and door trim and the 3 1/4″ floor trim. Homeowners are inquiring and requesting larger, wider more detailed moldings. Rightly so, since the look is much more appealing for all to see. Changing over and installing newer more  detailed moldings is not very complicated. As a NJ Home Improvement Contractor, we have removed and replaced moldings on thousands of windows and doors. People like the look of a room that is more detailed. Replacing and or installing from scratch, new door and window trim can really make your rooms stand out. The great thing about installing mouldings is that its’s really not that complicated. With the assistance of a book or video, one can learn to trim very easily.

Are you interested in Door and Window Mouldings?

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AUTHOR INFORMATION:

Author:

Mr. David Pangione

of

Pangione Developers Inc.

Note: All this information is 100% original. Every word is spoken from experience of being a NJ Home Improvement Contractor for over 30 years.

ADDITIONAL  RESOURCE LINKS:

http://www.squidoo.com/trim-moulding-tips

http://nj-homeimprovement-contractor.com/moulding/

http://www.squidoo.com/home-remodeling-tips-keeping-your-home-clean-during-construction

NJ Home Improvement Contractor : Raised Levels

Building a raised level in Bergen County New Jersey? Not sure where to start or which contractor to call?

What is a Raised Level?  

When we use the term raised level or add a level, it refers
to the removal of your existing roof and add a new level.  Usually the new added upper floor consists of bedrooms, bathrooms and even a new laundry.

Can any contractor build a Raised Level?

When selecting a NJ Home Improvement Contractor to build your raised level, make sure they have experience in this niche of contracting. Your contractor should have several raised level references that they can provide. Don’t be afraid to go to your local building department and inquire about your builder of interest. Although most building departments are not inclined to recommend a contractor, if you are a good sense of character and can determine which direction the conversation is moving, you will quickly get a feel for his opinion, even if it isn’t direct.  Pangione Developers Incorporated. was set up to specialize in this area as well as multi level additions and complete homebuilding renovations. When removing the roof, you want a crew that knows
exactly what needs to be done. You may say to yourself that “ they have blueprints”, its all on paper, but once that roof comes down, things are never what they were anticipated to be.  Also the “actual” dimensions that are on the blueprints usually never match the plans. This is the case with existing construction. So if the room sizes are cutting it close, you have to know which direction to move in.

Timing is everything:                                       

Timing is very important. Your home improvement contractor cannot get hung up on an item because weather is always trailing behind you.  When we remove a roof, it moves in very easy to define stages that must be executed precisely. If we are dealing with a Raised level on a cape or ranch, our demolition crew will arrive a few days prior to roof removal. They will strip the entire interior of the upstairs down to its original 2×4 stud walls, ceiling beams and rafters. This is usually completed within one day. Immediately the next day my electrical and plumbing crews will arrive to remove all wiring and plumbing that’s  in the way. Things like excessive wiring, previous owner repairs and we all know what those old timer- do it yourself’r repairs were like need to be adjusted for the new construction. We have to correct any loose wiring and bring these items back up to meet your local building code. Many of these items need to be resolved immediately real time or delays will result. You need to hire a company that works side by side with its electrical / plumbing and hvac crew so when a job begins, they are on alert to respond to immediate requests of change. Its for this very scenario that I set up Pangione Developers. We make this a seamless transaction.

Wheels in Motion:                                     

When the wheels are in motion, its full speed ahead. When the weather shows a good 4 day forecast, we are ready to pull the roof off. To give you an idea of the next stage, from the day the old roof comes off, we have the new roof on within 3 days and that is
shingled. Actually for those that have hired us, most customers and their neighbors
will provide as excellent references and witnesses. We put on a show in a way
that most are just amazed how smooth the operation runs. Listen , we are not
gonna say its absolutely perfect  because I would be lying to you. The thing here is, with existing construction, there is always new surprises.

We have a very extensive portfolio of finished Raised levels. In fact several pictures are post at PangioneDevelopers.comDue to our experience, we make the entire process look effortless. My crews move seamless throughout each stage. Are you thinking about having a Raised level built? What
are your concerns?

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NJ HOME IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTOR: GENERAL INFORMATION AND REVIEWS

NJ HOME IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTOR: Information and Reviews

GENERAL INFORMTION:

  Welcome to the beginning of our NJ HOME IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTOR BLOG for information and reviews. This site will discuss Home remodeling, Home Improvements, Home repairs, Raised levels, Add a levels, Additions, Family rooms , Kitchen renovations and  Bathroom renovations in  Bergen County NJ as only we know it.  Our parent company, Pangione Developers Inc a NJ Home Improvement Contractor is a premier NJ Contractor serving all of the Bergen County area. All opinions expressed forward are those of Pangione Developers ownership and not reflected at nor expressed toward any other entity. Please enjoy the information provided hereon.

About Me

A little about myself. My name is David Pangione. I am the owner of Pangione Developers Inc..a NJ Home Improvement Contractor.

You have probably seen our jobs being built near your home. You may have even seen our white trucks. Well anyway I am a third generation home builder- home renovator.  Both my grandfather and my father were home builders. My father built thousands of homes throughout the tri- state area. I grew up on job sites, lived and breathed home building. Since I came from a household of all boys, mom shipped me off with dad practically every summer day and most weekends from 5 years old up. Summers, winters and everything in between. I learned building inside and out from my father and decided in memory of dad’s recent passing, I would share all the information
that he taught me to anyone that was interested by creating this forum. My company , Pangione Developers Incorporated was created for the sole purpose of providing homeowners with low cost affordable additions, raised levels and complete home renovation projects. We are one of the only contracting companies that only specializes in JUST Raised Levels, Additions and complete Home Renovations. We can also be seen at PangioneDevelopers.com. I will constantly update this site, so if you have any ideas or interests…. Shoot us an email and ill add it to the blog. Categories are to the right so dig in and have a look.

NJ HOME IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTOR: CALL YOUR CONTRACTOR

So, your family is expanding and that cape or ranch is starting to burst at the seams or the colonial or bi level you fell in love with needs a family room and even a garage. Sound familiar?           

Don’t worry you are not alone. As a NJ Home Improvement Contractor, we get calls on this all the time, in fact the call we get the most is that a homeowner just took their house off the market and decided to renovate what they have now into a larger footprint open floor house plan. After a 4, 5,or 6 month listing and no offers, they usually realize that for the price they wanted and the offers they were getting , its not worth moving. Their friendly neighbors and comfortable school system is already in place so all that is needed would be to remodel and renovate the existing structure.

NJ HOME IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTOR: RAISED LEVELS 101

Most usually start off with a raised level or also called an Add A Level which is simply (taking off the existing roof and building a new floor above). But this is just half of the solution. After we move all the bedrooms to the upper level, most cases 3-4 bedrooms and a standard bath as well as a master bedroom bathroom suite, the fun on the first floor begins.       


Your home renovation project is one of the biggest home
improvement investments you can make in your lifetime. When planning the
construction, you want to make sure each room is planned out properly,
especially the first floor living space. In the situation above that involved
building a Raised Level, after we complete the top floor raised level framing
structure, we immediately shift focus to the first floor alteration and
renovation. In most cases we remove several walls eliminating all the 1st
floor existing bedrooms. Removing the existing bedroom walls creates a much
larger open floor living area for your expanding family to utilize.  After we finish off the hardwood flooring process, no one would ever know there were once tiny bedrooms in what is now a larger comfortable living area.

NJ HOME IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTOR: RENOVATION OPTIONS

Let me express that there are many options when trying to renovate your home. Keeping with the above example, on top of what we stated already, most of our customers package in a rear family room / kitchen expansion off the rear of the home. This added square footage usually solves all the first floor problems. We remove the existing kitchen and

open the entire rear wall of that kitchen. If I were to give an average size most people request for a rear expanded room off of a kitchen it would size out at 20’x20’ for the kitchen expansion. Remember that the original kitchen space will be reconfigured so after the kitchen designer provides the kitchen floor plan layout, most times the new cabinetry will begin from the original kitchen area right along that newly opened wall where the original kitchen and new addition meet. You don’t want a supporting header hanging down below your ceiling in your new kitchen. The trick is too install a flush mount iron supported beam called a flitch plate where the large opening
is created. Simply put, these plates are custom made with the necessary size header material sandwiching an architecturally calculated iron plate. It’s a labor intensive task, but the end result is a smooth flowing ceiling with no breaks. This allows your ceiling to flow nicely into the newly created room. With this, your cabinets will have an unobstructed free flow as well.

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