A few of our Lane Homes & Remodeling team could be found at Brandermill Country Club last Monday at a golf tournament to support the Families of the Wounded Fund. President Ed Lane and Vice President Edward Lane were spotted teeing off while our Marketing & Communications Associate Ally Synstad was advertising our sign campaign for Families of the Wounded Fund.
Thank you to all our service men and women for your commitment to our country. There were a number of soldiers on the course throughout the day passing out beverages to the players.
Former Redskins player Mike Nelms took celebrity golf shots while out on the course. Ally had to sneak a quick picture with him! You can see she is sporting his two Super Bowl rings on her hand.
Tomorrow you will begin to notice signs popping up in people’s yards all across Richmond, Midlothian and the surrounding areas, 100 signs to be exact.
This year marks the 30th anniversary for Lane Homes & Remodeling, to commemorate this momentous year, they are partnering with a local charity, Families of the Wounded Fund. This organization provides support to family members and caregivers of military service men and women who have either been wounded in combat or injured as the result of line-of-duty activities in support of combat operations.
Lane Homes & Remodeling reached out to past and present clients, networking groups and friends for support. For every person who agreed to put a sign in their yard, Lane Homes & Remodeling agreed to donate $5.
“We had an overwhelmingly positive response and have helped raise over $1,000,” said Vice President Edward Lane, “This is an event we plan to do annually. The goal is more signs and more exposure for Families of the Wounded Fund.”
For more information about Families of the Wounded Fund or to make a donation, please visit their website http://www.fotwf.org/.
Our family room addition is starting to look like a finished room! We are in the home stretch and all the details will soon be put together. Now that the drywall is up, we can install the custom built-in cabinets and mantle around the new gas fireplace.
Turning what was an exterior window into a cased opening to the existing home to allow for better flow between the new family room and rest of the home.
All trim work is being staged on the patio area, ready to be cut & installed.
Here is your first look inside our family room addition! The homeowners wanted to make sure the new room has character and charm like their existing home. A gas fireplace with custom mantle and built-ins on either side will do just that while serving as the focal point in the room. Large windows allow the room to be flooded with natural light and showcase the bluestone patio and private backyard. Be sure to check out the photos below the video of additional angles of the project.
As Lane Homes & Remodeling celebrates its 30th anniversary, we are looking to give back to a local charity, Families of the Wounded Fund. This organization provides support to family members and caregivers of military service men and women who have either been wounded in combat or injured as the result of line-of-duty activities in support of combat operations.
Here’s how you can help. We would like to place a small sign in your yard starting on Friday, September 19 through Monday, September 29 to help raise awareness for this organization. As a thank you, we will make a $5 donation to Families of the Wounded Fund. Please let us know by Wednesday, September 3 if you would like to support this charity by placing a sign in your yard.
If you would like to match our donation, you can do this by visiting http://www.fotwf.org/. Please note on the form you are donating on behalf of the Lane Homes & Remodeling campaign.
Please feel free to give us a call, 804-784-0012, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your sign or if you have additional questions.
The walls and windows have been installed and work on the roof has started. The homeowners are ecstatic with work that’s been done thus far and how the 3-D renderings are coming to life!
Large windows with transoms above will let in an abundance of natural light and the covered patio is a great transition from the indoor living area to the large bluestone patio.
Here’s a sneak peak of the inside, this window will become a cased opening from the existing hallway to the new family room. Stay tuned next week when we reveal more of the inside construction.
The floor framing has been completed and you can start to see how big the family room will be! We also reconfigured some windows on the existing second story to allow for the new roofline.
The photo below shows a different perspective of the floor framing. Visualize this space with the covered patio outside of the sliding glass doors in the dining area like what we showed you in last week’s rendering.
Our family room addition project is in full swing! What remained of the screened in porch in our last video is long gone. All prep work has been done and now the foundation is being laid so framing can begin shortly.
The rendering below was created during the design process to help the clients, and now you, visualize how the final product will look. Be sure to check back next week to see the progress!