Twitter Facebook Top 50 Homeowner Challenges

The Kuppersmith Project House Amenities

The following amenties were installed during our extensive renovation of the Kuppersmith Project home:

  • All-new copper water lines and plastic drains
  • Completely new electrical wiring and service panel
  • Amana 16 SEER central ac/heat with variable speed
  • JELD-WEN Low-E, argon filled clad windows
  • 40-year architectural shingle roof
  • NuTone central whole house vacuum system
  • DeNova granite and solid surfaces countertops
  • Monitored alarm system
  • Vertex high-efficiency water heater
  • Whole house speaker system
  • Icynene foam insulation in all attic areas, exterior walls and under house
  • Soundproof insulation between floors and in baths and laundry room
  • Gladiator GarageWorks storage system and workshop
  • Phantom Screens remote control retractable screens on back porch
  • Fiberon composite decking and fencing
  • Generac whole house, standby generator with Nexus Smart Switching
  • Resawn antique heart pine flooring in living spaces
  • Daltile Ceramic tile floors in master and upstairs bathrooms
  • Merillat custom closets and cabinet system
  • Schlage LiNK locking and monitoring system
  • Broan exhaust fans vented to the exterior
  • Professionally designed and installed irrigation system
  • New landscaping for entire yard
  • Moen faucets with ioDIGITAL controls in master bathroom
  • BainUltra ThermoMasseur┬« bathtub
  • Broan locking medicine cabinets
  • VELUX skylights on back porch with remote-controlled openers
  • Recycling chutes in kitchen
  • Sealed and dyed concrete driveways
  • Custom cypress front door, shutters and gate
  • Bertazzoni gourmet range
  • GE Profile appliances
  • Paver patio in backyard

3 Comments on “The Kuppersmith Project House Amenities”

You can follow comments by subscribing to the Comments Feed with your favorite feed reader.

  1. JoAn Phillips Says:
    April 7th, 2011 at 5:10 pm

    The home is superbly done! Every detail is impeccably crafted and designed. What a blessing for the community and for the Child Advocacy Center.

  2. Darlene Parada Says:
    May 1st, 2011 at 9:45 am

    My husband and I just finished watching your last episode and the house is fabulous. We are going to be starting in the next month or so a very large remodel on our own home and your back family room and porch with stairs to the backyard is a lot like our condition and what we will be doing. We liked your use of the fiberon decking with brick stairs and transitioning onto paver tiles… Can you let me know what the color was that used for the fiberon decking material? Also, what paver tile did you use and what is its color?

    Lastly, the wood flooring inside is very nice. Is it a prefab wood floor or is it a custom wood floor? If it is prefab, who is it by and what color is it?

    Thanks so much for sharing your fabulous project and in advance, for answering my questions.

    Darlene

  3. Official Comment:

    Ben Erickson Says:
    May 2nd, 2011 at 12:29 pm

    Hi Darlene,
    The Fiberon decking we used on the back porch of the Kuppersmith Project house had an Ipe finish color. You can find out more at http://www.todayshomeowner.com/video/installing-composite-decking-on-the-kuppersmith-project-house-porch/
    The flooring in the existing house is the original, solid heart pine flooring that has been sanded, stained, and refinished. For the floors in the additions to the house, solid heart pine lumber from old beams was remilled into flooring, then stained and finished to match the existing floors. You can find out more at http://www.todayshomeowner.com/kuppersmithproject/2011/03/10/installing-heart-pine-flooring-in-the-kuppersmith-project-house/
    Thank you for your interest!

Comments

Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.