This is the fourth post in a series about the Ward Parkway Renovation just in case you missed it here’s Week 1, Week 2 and Week 3. Follow along on our blog or visit the Ward Pkwy Reno page where we’ll be sharing all the blog posts and progress photos. In addition to our updates, you’ll be able to see the renovation from the homeowner’s eyes. The homeowner, Jen is sharing her journey on Instagram.
This week the Schloegel team starts putting the home back together. They begin the framing, window installation, HVAC installation, plumbing and electrical. It’s exciting to see the home take shape!
Just like there was a lot of demolition on this project there is also a lot of framing or maybe because there was so much demolition there is so much framing. Regardless the team gets started. The team frames in the new additions including the roof. They also work on framing the home’s new layout.
The primarysuite encompasses one of the new additions. The former primarybedroom square footage is used for the new primarybathroom, primarycloset, and a hallway while the addition is the bedroom. All of this is framed.
The spare bedroom’s closets, as well as the hall powder room, are framed. The new kitchen, dining area, butler’s pantry, storage area, mudroom, and the new addition family room are all framed as well.
Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing
While the Schloegel team tackles framing the Plumbing Plus, Envirotech Heating and Cooling and Jason Wright Electric teams start their portions of the project. As we had mentioned during demolition the electrical was completely removed from the home so the home will have all new electrical wiring.
There is also plenty of plumbing work with the new kitchen and revised bathrooms.
The HVAC and ducts from the home were completely removed during the demolition and Envirotech Heating and Cooling is installing all new ducts as well as a new heater and air conditioner.
Don’t worry the fun didn’t stop with framing, electrical or plumbing! The team also worked on filling in the basement window and installing the home’s new windows.
Next up the home’s roof is shingled and the drywall begins!
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The Schloegel Design Team
Megan Bringman holds an Interior Design degree from Kansas State University and has over 15 years of experience working in the Kitchen/Bath Remodeling Industry. She is a member of the NKBA (National Kitchen & Bath Association) and is a certified Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer (AKBD). She loves working with her clients to take their visions to reality and seeing the project through until the final reveal.
Amy Boeshaar earned her Interior Design degree from Kansas State University. She loves working with her clients and helping them turn their vision into reality. Her design talent and attention to detail have won her several NARI REMY awards. Amy is a member of the NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association). She is also a certified Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer (AKBD).