Looking for some great remodeling ideas and the best in remodeling? Join us April 25th & 26th for the Remodelers Home Tour sponsored by the Remodelers Council of the Home Builders Association to see the best in Raleigh & Cary remodeling!
TrendMark successfully implemented all of the necessary improvements to create the perfect combination of a beautiful home perfect for entertaining. The homeowners will enjoy this award-winning remodeling project for years to come.
Location: 103 Loch Haven Lane, Cary- Lochmere Subdivision
Tour Hours: Saturday, April 25th – 10am to 5pm & Sunday, April 26th – 1pm to 5pm
Directions: From I-440W and US-1S, take exit 99 for Cary Parkway. Turn left onto SE Cary Parkway. Turn right onto Tryon Road. Turn left onto Summerwinds Drive. Turn right onto Loch Haven Lane.
Kitchen Remodel, Rear Addition & Outdoor Living Area
– Award-winning remodel project
– Rear addition with cathedral ceiling and enlarged kitchen area
– Wall removed between the kitchen and family room
– New open floor plan with new large eat-in breakfast area
– Custom cabinets with contrasting island with exotic granite
– Glass front cabinets with puck lighting and beadboard accent
– Travertine tile backsplash with picture frame and accents
– Pot filler over the cooktop
– New large rear deck with wrought iron railings.
About the Home: The owners of this Lochmere home needed more space and a functional area to host friends and family. They were tired of trying to entertain in the small, closed off kitchen, but they loved their existing house, yard and location and didn’t want to move.
Solutions: After consulting with TrendMark, they decided to expand their kitchen, add a breakfast area and a large outdoor entertaining area to the back of their home. Now, instead of a small, confined and outdated kitchen, they have an open floor plan to enjoy, with a breakfast area featuring a beautiful cathedral ceiling. Large
windows and recessed can lights brighten the room and showcase the new, large deck complete with wrought iron railings. The wall separating the family room and kitchen was also removed, giving the homeowners the perfect place for family gatherings and entertaining guests.
This tour is sponsored by the Remodelers™ Council of the Home Builders Association of Raleigh-Wake County as a way to showcase how renovations can transform living space by blending old and new for the optimum in aesthetics and function. We look forward to seeing you during the tour.