This home has been featured by Rappahannock Electric Cooperative for its net metering, using solar panels and passive solar elements. It is both beautiful to look at and has beautiful views from the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
This home packs a large amount of storage and space in a relatively small footprint due to its extraordinary design. Local architect James H. Hricko designed this home exclusively for T&M Contracting in 2007. This home utilizes composite building materials, energy efficient widows, large overhangs and lot placement to maximize it's energy efficiency.
This rambler was built with Adaptive Technologies to be wheelchair accessible for the Homeowner. It is also has storage and security features that are too extensive to list. We respect our homeowner's privacy with respect to these features.
This Earth Craft "Gold" certified Age in Place home was built by a retirement age couple. They used geothermal, SIPs, composite materials and design to achieve their virtually maintenance free and Accessible home.
This Earth Craft "Gold" certified Net-Zero home is enjoying the benefits of renewable energy while keeping its curb-appeal. The home is situated on its lot so all the solar panels are at work on the back of the roof. After over 2 years we are happy to say that the Homeowner is still completely Net-Zero with Rappahannock Electric Cooperative!
This 2 level addition (on the Left) has its own driveway, 1 car garage and basement storage, with an interior staircase and separate outside entrance. The independent apartment is 1 BR & 1 Bath with a full kitchen, laundry, and living room but there is also interior access to the main house through doors in the adjoining living space and basement. It was built for the customer's parents to move in and have their own space.
This project turned out beautiful!
Being a fully Custom Builder we must adapt to what our Customers want. What they wanted in 2020 were Garages & Outbuildings, all different sizes, styles and functions.
Completed in phases, this project spanned over almost 2 years, but the finished product was well worth the wait. Our customer needed a little time to catch-up with the financing of the project and we were happy to design the whole project and finish the Garage in late 2019 and then work on the Apartment in 2020/21.
A mix of Farmhouse and Age-in-Place