Job Type: Residential
Location: Suger Creek Subdivision - Greer, SC
Project Year: Spring 2012 (12 Week Project)

Dr. Iseley's job basically included the construction of a 12x18 foot detached screened-in porch, which entailed many amenities. After 4 weeks of construction, the structure was completed and included dimmable lights, twin-rotary fans, heavy duty truss members, with Trex decking for the floor surrounded by pressure=treated lattice work under pinning. After the completion of the screened-in porch, we were also hired to build an 18 foot diameter tiki hut. This job consisted of pressure-treated telephone poles used as the supporting posts with a 2 inch extruded aluminum framework system to support the roof thatch. The roof thatch is a synthetic-type thatch with a lifetime guarantee, which was screwed down to the aluminum framework and a copper dome cap secured at the top of the ridge, which completed the thatching system. We also incorporated several color schemes for the customer to select for the complete painting of the exterior of their home. We also built an exterior yard tool starage area mounted on the rear of the house for the convenient storage of yard tools. Also, not shown in the photo gallery, we completely re-did the master bathroom upstairs and repainted the whole interior of the home while the customers were away for a two week period.