Pattern book open house

Being an old and historical town, our city boasts of houses that are mostly built at least 50 years or so ago. If you own one of them, you may also want to give its old look a new one by either renovating it or by adding a nice extension to the existing structure. Some of the people would recommend to use aluminium bi-fold doors when you decide to renovate the walls or doors, to have a natural lighting and some comfy vibe any time of the day.

You can also build adjacent to it a tiny house if you want to, you can check here if you wish to learn more.

You may also preserve those timber roof trusses that hold your roof with the help of an expert contractor. If you also need a new door entry or window replacement, this content might help you think about what’s best for your renovation.

The City is in the process of developing a pattern book that will serve as a guide for people who are adding on to existing homes using ADU Plans, or doing landscaping on their properties, or even building new homes. Those who are planning a major renovation project may need foundation repair services to ensure the strength and integrity of the structure.

The goal of the pattern book project is to provide city residents features on their property that fit into the neighborhood.

Eventually, the pattern book will be available online to homeowners, developer and architects, and is intended to serve as a resource to help make it easier for homeowners to create attractive features on their homes and in their yards. Planning to buy a beta fish? You might want to check out this beta fish care guide first.

A pergola will keep your patio at a comfortable temperature during those hot summer months, which is important if you plan on using the space as a barbecue and recreation area. Contact an Arizona pergola company now for a free consultation. Visit sites like if you also plan to install a concrete patio in your yard.

Now here is an event that you may not want to miss out! There will be a public open house with the contractor developing the pattern book on January 10, 2001, at 7 pm in the Council Chambers in City Hall.  Please mark you calendar.