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Complete Remodel of Home in Centro Historico

Our client wanted to preserve the historic front portion of his home.  This meant replacing wood vigas e damaged by termites, reinforcing the existing roof deck and installing a new clay teja (tile) roof.  After a struggle with INAH, we were able to proceed.  Directly behind the refurbished front room of his home, we added a new kitchen, bath, bedroom and laundry, all under a tall bovadilla style roof.  The bovadilla is a classic roof structure of exposed beams, in this case made of concrete, with arched red loseta brick roof sections between—it makes for a beautiful ceiling!  The home was modernized with a new electric service, plumbing supply and waste lines, mini-split AC, Cedar closet systems and much more.