Gwen and Ryan Clark wanted more space for guests and entertaining. Like their fellow Hidden Springs residents, Dave and Shelley Baldiga, they loved Hidden Springs and didn't want to move. They had even considered buying another home in Hidden Springs. Then they heard about Dave and Shelley's "attic transformation" and called us.
Fanter Kitchen Remodel
The Fanter's have lived in their home since 2000. It was Hidden Springs Buildng Company's Parade Home that year. The countertops and backsplash were dark brown granite tile which was extremely popular in 2000. The Kitchen featured a large island - approximately 7' x 7'. It was fine while the Fanter kid's were small. But it became a problem as they got older. See why and how we solved the problem.
Baldiga Attic Transformation
Dave and Shelley needed a little more space in their home. They contacted us about adding a third story using attic truss construction. They didn't want to add height and they wanted to keep the same elevation. They simply wanted to create attic space for a rec room and 1/2 bath on a third floor. Could we do it.
Not only could we, we could do it without removing the roof or destroying the second floor ceiling.
Watch as we show you how it was done.
2003 BALA Entry
This home was designed and built for Skip and Margie Davies. Margie wanted an “Old” house. Skip wanted new construction. Hidden Springs was a perfect location for a new “Old” house that surprises guests with its unexpected interior.
They chose a foothills lot in Hidden Springs, a master planned community in the Dry Creek valley just north of Boise, Idaho that incorporates Traditional Neighborhood Design and includes over 800 acres of dedicated open space.
2003 Parade Home
Our 2003 Parade Home. The two-story Hayworth, a charming Craftsman styled home, is an incredible floor plan. Like all of Chuck Miller Construction's homes, the Hayworth is designed and built following the Building America Systems Engineering Approach to Homebuilding. That means it will use 30 – 50% less energy for heating and cooling.
The base plan is 2,071 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths. The kitchen has an angular island that doubles as a snack bar. The breakfast nook is enclosed by windows, making meals feel alfresco. The open concept kitchen, nook, great room, and the dining room defined by impressive columns and beams offer ample space for quiet evenings at home or entertaining friends. The private study is furnished with an optional built-in desk. Upstairs, the master suite features a compartmentalized bath with an elegant tub and separate shower. The optional 422 square foot Bonus Room above the garage is perfect for a studio, playroom, or even another bedroom and bath. The two-car garage offers an area at the back for storage of a third car, bikes, mower, and sports equipment.
Chuck Miller Construction Inc. Remodels Plus
Boise Builder Chuck Miller Construction Inc. also provides both residential and commercial design-build remodeling services.
Do you want to lower your monthly utility bills, make your home more comfortable, healthier, easier and less expensive to maintain? Or do you wish your existing home had a little more space; or new cabinets, counters, appliances, and fixtures; or an updated floor plan that's customized for your changing lifestyle?
Do you or a family member have special needs? Or are you among the growing number of homeowners who want to continue living in your home safely, independently and comfortably throughout your maturing years regardless of age or ability level?
Or has your home or office suffered water damage?
We can help.
Energy Value Housing Awards
The Energy Value Housing Award (EVHA) honors builders who voluntarily integrate energy and resource efficiency into the design, construction, and marketing of their new homes. The program educates the home building community and the public about successful approaches to resource-efficient construction. The Energy Value Housing Awards are managed by the NAHB Research Center, and operated in partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy through its National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).
Chuck Miller Construction, Inc. has been recognized by the NAHB Research Center as a leader in energy- and resource-efficient construction. As energy costs continue to rise, consumers are looking for companies to help them find ways to reduce their energy consumption. In direct response to their customers' concerns, many home builders have taken great strides to incorporate features that make homes more energy efficient, and have less of an impact on the surrounding environment.
The EVHA judges have described Chuck Miller Construction Inc. as a “great builder that is building great homes from design through [homeowner] orientation.” The judges also noted that all of the company’s marketing materials, including the corporate website, www.chuckmillerconstruction.com, tout efficiency features, and portray the logos of the energy efficiency programs in which they participate. Additionally, all Chuck Miller Construction homes are built under the ENERGYSTAR and Building America program guidelines.
Chuck Miller Construction Inc.’s Energy Value Housing Awards include the 2004 EVHA Builder of the Year. As 2004 EVHA Builder of the Year, Chuck Miller Construction was selected as the company that best typifies energy value and reflects the goals of the award program.
For more information on the EVHA program, visit www.nahbrc.org/evha or email email@example.com
Looks Aren't Everything
Those new homes you've been considering might look good, but looks aren't everything. How can you be sure they were designed and built to be energy and resource efficient? How can you be sure they will feel comfortable all year round - not too cold in the winter or too warm in the summer? How can you be sure they will be safe and healthy with good indoor air quality? How can you be sure they will be durable?
Hidden Springs - A WONDERFUL Place to Live
Hidden Springs is a community created and built in the tradition of small towns found throughtout Idaho. It provides residents with certainty about their town's future. Chuck Miller Construction Inc. believes strongly in and supports the principles that have guided the evolution and design of Hidden Springs - Traditional Neighborhood Design, Quality of Life and Healthy Living, Education, Diversity, Value, and Family Values.
Interested? There are 5 custom home sites available in Rolling Hills at Hidden Springs. The lots are approximately 1/3 acre, feature foothill views, and are adjacent to the Ridge to Trails System. Hidden Springs offers elite amenities including Hidden Springs Elementary school, our own Ada Community Lib...rary Branch, The Mercantile, two community pools, a clubhouse, and a town garden.
Call us at (208) 229-2553 or (208) 571-0755 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a meeting to discuss your new home and receive your free design consultation and preliminary cost estimate.