CONGRESS PARK REHAB
This 1916 brick home in Denver's, Congress Park neighborhood is being fully remodeled and the ceilings vaulted to add a 2nd story loft.
The re-imagined plan is to bring the home into the 21st century with a total high performance remodel as all exterior walls will be furred and filled with foam insulation. A meticulously taped vapor barrier added to prevent air infiltration. With this home being a contributing structure to a landmarks district, as such, the exterior elevation is being carefully protected, preserved and restored. Thus, all existing windows are being preserved, restored and made new with double pane retrofits, yet maintaining the original historic character. All new interior modern finishes, all new Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing (MEP) systems. Heat Recover Ventilator (HRV) and mini-splits will provide point zone heating and cooling, and whole house air circulation for 100% fresh air. And with an original historic facade, this promises to be a unique, high performing home, yet maintaining its centennial spirit.
This home is targeted for Energy Star Certification and is currently under construction!