It might seem like an intimidating task to undertake any home improvement project- much less a home addition in an area designated as a conservation district. Luckily, the Renowned Renovation team is here to guide you through every step of planning your renovation process.
Kessler Conservation District Home Addition and Remodeling Plans
The homeowners wanted to remodel their home and add a second-floor addition. The biggest challenge was complying with requirements for remodeling homes located in the Kessler Conservation District. The first step was to survey the land and then create a floor the plan that included all the features the owners wanted and then get them approved by the Conservation District
Dallas Conservation Districts were created to maintain specific neighborhoods' distinctive character and culture. Al the regulations are focused on design and allow each community to make changes based on that neighborhood's plan. Conservation Districts groups must petition for a change of status of regulated items.
Getting a final permit review in conservation districts for remodeling and home additions is limited to the building exteriors and any part of the structure seen from the street.
Interior updates are not subject to review and approval. However, all remodeling and construction must comply with current building codes, including safety, structural, framing, electrical, plumbing, and site requirements.
Renowned Renovation designed the new addition and managed the construction project from start to finish. Working with a local architect the team created a Demo Plan, Site Plan and Notes, First Floor Plan and Schedule, North South Building Sections, East Elevation, North Front Elevation, Roof Plan, Second Floor Plan with Addition over Existing, Southern Rear Elevation and a West Elevation that was approved on time.
Construction Project Management
Renowned Renovation Home Addition and Remodeling Services provide a turn-key and integrated experience for homeowners and investors. Using state-of-the-art construction project management we are able to keep owners, the trades and our team on the same page. Using BuilderTrend we share calendars, job-site visits, photos, change orders, messaging, to-do lists and all documents.
New Addition After Remodeling
The new home addition meets all the Kessler Conservation District's requirements and beautifully encompassed the existing structure, adds two new bedrooms and bathrooms.
Kitchen After Remodeling
Custom Cabinets, New Appliances, Lighting, and more
New Master Bedroom After Remodeling
Wood Floors, Open Floor Plans and Lots of Windows
New Master Bathroom After Remodeling
Soaking Tub, Walk-in Shower, Custom Vanity, and Spacious Master Closet