Home restoration company receives awards for burned house restoration
on Monday,October 11,2010 14:10
Adults who are interested in the restoration of antique homes may benefit from enrolling in an architecture or interior design degree program. These initiatives often provide students with the skills that are necessary to renovate older houses that are in need of repair.
In Montana, the 21st Annual Parade of Homes and Remodeling Tour recently awarded Dayspring Restoration in Missoula for the reconstruction of the Regal Queen Revived. The fire-damage renovation company won all the awards in the restoration category.
The Regal Queen Revived is a nationally renowned "Historic Place" that was owned by many people who did not maintain its antique features. Over time the home became in desperate need for repairs, which current owners Mark and Suzie Estep were able to provide.
In March, the home became ravaged by a propane gas tank explosion. Dayspring Restoration provided the house with a renovation, and included energy efficiency updates.
The judges of the tour were builders, interior designers and artisans who hailed from Montana. Judges must take into account notable kitchens, memorable decor, craftsmanship, site integration and overall design.
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