Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Eagle Mountain Remodel

Centurion Homes was happy to be the General Contractor on this Eagle Mountain, Utah Remodel.  All this home needed to update the look was a fresh coat of paint and custom woodwork.  We created a mantel for the fireplace along with custom moldings and trim to add sophistication to the formal living room.  In the kitchen we added wainscoting, custom trim-work, painted the walls and finished off the crown moldings on the cabinets by painting them a distressed black.  In the master bedroom Centurion Homes again added wainscoting complete with a shelf, trim and fresh paint.  I think you will agree this home looks amazing and all it took was small changes that were easy on the pocketbook.  If you are interested in giving your home a face-lift but have a tight budget, call Centurion Homes and we will stretch your renovation dollars.

Formal Living Room {Before}

Formal Living Room {After}
Fireplace Mantel {After}

Dining Room {Before}

Dining Room {After}

Kitchen {Before}

Kitchen {After}
Painted Crown Molding and Center Cabinet Black

Master Bedroom {Before}

Master Bedroom {After}

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Sugarhouse Addition & Renovation

Centurion Homes completed this addition in Sugarhouse, Utah and as the General Contractor we are extremely proud of the way it turned out.  One of the challenges with adding onto the back side of this home was the inability to access the backyard from behind the home.  All equipment had to enter via the narrow front driveway which was obstructed by a metal carport attached to the home.  It was a tight fit and of course the existing structure had to be removed in order to make way for the track hoe.

While in the process of digging the hole for the foundation we unearthed another surprising challange, the existing foundation had been poured many years ago without any forms on the exterior.  It had likely been hand dug from the interior sometime after the original completion of the home.  Then had concrete poured between the dirt and an interior form.  This created a drastic unevenness on the exterior side of the foundation as well as a 14" thick wall instead of the typical 8" width. To overcome this Centurion extended the new foundation walls an additional six inches to compensate for the discrepancy without giving up precious square footage.

No challenge is to big for Centurion Homes.  Call us for your next project.

Exterior [Before]

Exterior [After]

Digging a Hole for the New Foundation - in a Tight Spot!

Foundation Walls

Addition Nearly 1000 Square Feet

New Garage [During Construction]

Garage [After...but Before the New Driveway]

Kitchen [Before]

Kitchen [Before]

Kitchen [During Construction - After Addition & Removing a Wall]

Kitchen [After]

Fireplace Demo Living Room

Living Room with Custom Bookshelves & Fireplace [After]

Basement Hallway [After Addition]
Basement Addition [After]

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Hot Tub Gazebo

Centurion Homes built this great log gazebo in Timberlakes, Utah.  Our clients own a beautiful cabin nestled in the mountains. When they purchased a hot tub they needed a gazebo that went along with the look of their cabin.  Centurion Homes designed and built it to withstand the heavy snowfall, while keeping with the cabin theme.  Our clients are extremely pleased with the result and report that they enjoy watching the snow fall while sitting in the hot tub.

Call Centurion Homes to bid your next project big or small.

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Happy New Year!

Centurion Homes would like to wish everyone a very Happy New Year.  We are thankful to have had such a successful 2010 in the general construction business.  While other's have closed their doors we have had a tremendous year.  This is due to our wonderful clients who bring us back for all their projects and recommend us to their family and friends.  We will continue to work hard and anticipate an outstanding 2011!