A new coat of bright barn red paint on the siding and white on the trim really brightens up these old farm buildings in Manhattan.
Our tiny, ancient garage with the dirt floor that flooded every spring just wasn't providing us with enough space! We decided to build a new shop with usuable space on the second floor for an office. We used bonus trusses to build the second story. The building is located in our back yard in Three Forks. The lot is in the 100 year flood plain so the new building had to be built to meet FEMA's standards for these areas. The shop is elevated to raise it above the base flood elevation.
We removed the old roofing, dried in the roof with ice and water shield and titanium underlayment and installed new 30 year Malarkey Highlander-CS asphalt shingles with Malarkey starter and ridge. We also removed the old skylights and replaced them with new Velux brand fixed curb-mount skylights.
We built this new deck on a small house in Three Forks in the spring of 2015.
We removed the decorative metal panels on this classic older hotel in Bozeman. The panels were then refinished and re-installed on the building. We also repaired soffit and other areas which needed attention.
This charming little house in the hills near Bozeman was in need of a new roof. Our crew removed the old cedar shake roofing. Dried in the roof and installed new tuff rib metal from Bridger Steel. The metal color is dark green.
We recently built an insulated pump house for Chuteside Veterinary near Three Forks Montana. It is customized to fit inside the existing cattle chutes - a tight space as you can see! The building was built on a concrete slab with conventional wood framing. Metal siding, roofing, soffit and fascia were installed to match the existing building.
This family home has been transformed from top to bottom. We started with demolishing the interior walls and adding structural reinforcements in the basement. The home was brought up to code with new wiring, plumbing, HVAC, insulation, windows, doors, drywall, paint and trim. By changing the interior layout of the original home and adding on to the East side the owners have plenty of space for a new kitchen, dining room, mudroom and a second bathroom.