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Clarks Valley Addition

Two additions were added to the existing log home that include a master suite and a four-car garage with bonus room above.  The garage was built to look like a barn complete with copper cupolas.  The new two-story vestibule connects the garage to the home and showcases the timber frame staircase and industrial cable railing.

A master suite addition was conceived to resemble an existing stone outbuilding that was connected by a glass enclosed flagstone patio.  The bathroom renovation’s focal points are the steam shower’s granite slab wall and concrete sinks.


Hershey Addition

These 2 additions were completed to give the client the needed 3rd garage bay as well as an eat in kitchen that could accommodate everyone comfortably. Matching existing cedar siding and brick to tie the new and existing together seamlessly was important to the owner. Some interesting features are the walnut hutch area, heated tile floor with wood band around the perimeter and south east facing windows to allow the early morning sun to come flooding into the kitchen.

family room addition

Lisburn Addition 2

The wooded lot with a stream running along the rear of the property was the perfect setting for this sunroom addition that once used to be a deck. Now the owner can enjoy the views all year round. The cathedral wood beamed ceiling is not only functional but hides the need for the beams that support a room above with NO poles obstructing the flow of the room.

screen room addtion

Lewisberry Addition

The need for a slightly larger family room for their expanding family as well as a screened in 3 season porch inspired this addition, screen porch and deck. Some interesting features on the screen room is the quad track EZ Breeze units used for the screen panels. This allows the owner to have ¾ screen or fully closed during cooler months. On really cold days, the owner can open the door from the house to allow heat out and coupled with the solar gain on a sunny day, they can use this space almost all year round.

outdoor entertaining addition

Lisburn Addition

This addition was completed to allow the client to have a more rustic outdoors feel but with a certain refinement.  The owner is an avid hunter and loves the outdoors and a hunting lodge feel.  In addition, they wanted to be able to open up this room during the summer to the outdoor kitchen and pool area but keep it heated and cooled separately from the existing home.  The radiant heated floors give comfort to the wood looking tile that gives the room a rustic feel.  The tongue and groove ceiling and custom designed beam work add more special interest to the room.  On the exterior brick work detail was matched to the existing home including making multiple samples of mortar to get a very close match.

An outdoor kitchen with a built up granite top that has a leathered finish and rock pitch edge help to blend the refinement of the rear patios and landscaping with the wooded setting of this property.

conservatory addition

Hershey Conservatory

The conservatory addition was added to the home to replace a deck that was not meeting the owners desire to be outside without actually being outside given the varied weather in Pennsylvania.  This addition features many custom attributes such as a hidden door to the HVAC room which is disguised on the outside to look like a fireplace and chimney.  The stained mahogany interior, stone walls, clear span 2nd floor with custom designed railing and spiral staircase that lead to the lower level all add to the drama of this room.

cape cod addition

Camp Hill Addition

The compact nature of the homes in this area can be limiting for a growing family. The desire to stay in this location for the owners and include some modern luxuries, like the dedicated master bathroom with a large shower and double vanities, were important. To accomplish this the 2 story addition took the place of a deteriorated side porch that was never used. The desire to make the existing home and the new addition blend and flow as much as possible was of great importance to the owner.

backyard entertaining

New Cumberland Addition

The elevated sunroom addition and deck to this home replaced an old wooden deck. Items of interest for this addition are the tiled floors, large windows and cathedral ceiling. In addition, the new deck is covered with a low maintenance decking material. The new sunroom also allowed for a lower covered patio from the finished basement. All of this is north facing which looks towards the mountain ranges beyond.

garage addition

Harrisburg City Addition

This historic home in Harrisburg city was a small federal style home that needed a lot of love and attention. The owners of this home had a vision to turn it into the home it is today. This is one of several additions and renovations that Deimler Family Construction constructed for this client on this home. Special features include recessed garage doors to allow for package delivery to the home. Phantom Executive screens on the second floor rear balcony to enjoy the views of the river without the bugs. Marble tile in classic patterns to make the décor more house age appropriate. A rear stair vestibule with heated floors and built in dog crate area with collar activated doors to allow them to go in and out to a fenced off area right off the patio.