The scope of the work on the residence of Brian and Lori Askew was to remodel a guest house, make repairs to walls inside the indoor pool space, repair some exterior walls on the main residence, repair various exterior doors, restructure the stone stairways, repair metal hand rails and repair the chimney.
The project began June 27, 2016 under the supervision of Chandlee Construction Company’s Project Managers, Chuck Fatheree and Michael Reel, each contributing their portion while managing commercial projects.
Chuck logged in mid-July that the guest house remodel was complete. Michael logged on July 18 that the handrails on the bedroom stoop and stairs were installed. He showed the client’s representative, Mr. Finegold, brass finish and cedar thresholds from which to make his choice. Michael also suggested mahogany as a wood that is excellent for this type of application.
Work on prepping the stone steps was soon underway. The following day cedar was installed between the door jams in the lower pool area and on the back side of the residence. Additional stone was located to to complete the work on repairing the stairs. Framing for the stairs was complete two days later and the welding for the stairway rails also completed. A sub came to give us an estimate on work to be performed on the chimney caps. The material for the thresholds was decided upon and quickly installed and the stone work finished. The chimney caps were soon repaired. Michael took photos of finished work. This residential update was completed on time.