The customer purchased property and wanted to store his tractor and have a living quarters. KJM built the garage with a garage apartment above. Eventually the customer wants to attach the garage to the house.
The customer just purchased a pet and wanted to contain it on the back side of the property but wanted it to be pleasing to the eye. KJM suggested wood planking with posts every 6ft and 5 rails.
The customer has a cabin off the lake which they go to on weekends. The neighbor next door parks his heavy equipment next to their property. They wanted to block the view. We suggested a tall structured fence.
The customer moved into his new house. The first thing on his improvement list was to have a custom deck installed. KJM supplied that crafted work.
Brother's parents both passed away, and they gave the property to both of their sons in separate lots. Both properties sat on a creek in southeast Texas. He wanted to get closer to the creek so we cantilevered the dock 30ft out and installed a custom railing.
The customer just moved in to his parent's house and redid the outside landscaping. He requested KJM Construction to do his deck. His brother who lives next door referred KJM Construction to him.
The upstairs balcony had an enclosed wall. We cut out cased openings to add daylight to the balcony and also provide views from the balcony.
Project of a 1930 ranch house in Brenham, Texas with old shiplap pine siding and old brick venner wainscoat. We removed the existing brick and siding, installed new OSB 1/2 inch plywood throughout. We used a moisture barrier called Tyvek from Dupoint. We installed Pella windows and doors. We installed 4" Hardy siding giving it the look of the 1930's.
This customer wanted some more space in the garage, and was thinking of expanding the garage. We suggested that it would cost a lot less if we customized a storge shed for his needs. The size came out to be 8' Wide, 9' High, and 12' Long.
This customer was having constant maintenance costs for repairing the siding. The house was built in the early 1980's and most sidings were either wood or masonite. Both do not hold up to the elements. KJM replaced the entire exterior of the house with Hardy Plank siding which has a 50 year warranty, and the job was finished off with a exterior two tone paint. Now the customer has a maintenance free exterior siding.
This memorial area customer wanted a breazeway attached to his garage for protection from the elements. KJM matched the slope of the right side of the garage roof to give it a pleasing look.
Texas summers are hot and most of the time people have no protection from the elements past their back door. Here is some shade relief; see our great patio covers below:
This patio cover (shown in the picture to the right) is inexpensive, but still gives you the shade and cover that you need to beat the Texas heat. This 9 X 14 patio cover was under $800.00.
This fence has great eye appeal and was actually built for an archetect. It has access gates on both ends.
This house has aged over 20 years. The original siding was lap and gap pine. The customer still wanted to have that rustic look on the outside. I suggested going back with the lap and gap, but staining both sides and havivg a lighter stain similiar to new cedar. We have had several compliments on the rustic look.