Second Story Pop Top: Part 4

What a difference drywall makes! Today’s post features the latest photos from Mari and Kelly’s jobsite, and a Q&A with HighCraft lead interior designer Jill Sanchez. For more background about Mari and Kelly’s whole-house remodel, be sure to check out Part 1, Part 2  and Part 3 of this blog series. Garage doors are in, […]

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Kitchen Remodel and Bathroom Addition

This whole-house renovation included a kitchen remodel on the first floor, a master suite addition on the second, and a new pool house for parties and company events in the spacious backyard. Today’s post reveals a portion of the project: the finished kitchen remodel and master bathroom addition. KITCHEN REMODEL With a beverage station, double […]

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HighCraft Wins Golden Key Award at 2021 NoCo Parade of Homes

HighCraft Builders won the Golden Key Award for our custom home entry “The Bunkhouse” in the 2021 NoCo HBA Parade of Homes. To determine who would win the prestigious Golden Key Award in each category, a panel of judges toured 18 homes from 11 builders, and ranked each project based on design, curb appeal, kitchen, […]

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All Decked Out for Halloween

Mountain Avenue is known for its historic architecture, including this beautiful two-story brick home built in 1905. When the house needed new windows, fencing, exterior trim, and a second-story deck, the homeowners called HighCraft. Although the house is not Gothic Revival architecture, our fun-loving clients wanted to give the exterior a few gothic touches, including […]

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Second Story Pop Top: Part 3

Our design-build team is making good progress on Mari and Kelly’s whole-house remodel near Fort Collins. Today’s post features the latest photos and a Q&A with HighCraft production manager Matt Roessner. For more background about the project and our amazing homeowners, be sure to check out Part 1 and Part 2 of this blog series. […]

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Hex Appeal

Hexagon-shaped tiles, or hex tiles, have been an interior design favorite for more than a century. In the early 1900s, one-inch hex tiles were the go-to flooring choice for many bathrooms across America. Today, modern twists on the old classic – such as larger formats, creative applications, and limitless colors and patterns – have expanded […]

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Plan Now for a Spring Project Start

Earlier this summer, we shared a few thoughts about the hot housing market, suggested some building options, and explained the pandemic’s lingering effects on the construction industry. Learn more in the post “Tired of the Wild Housing Market? Consider Building New.” Now that we’re heading into fall, we caught up with Project Development Manager Zach […]

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Second Story Pop Top: Part 2

In Part 1 of this series, we introduced you to homeowners Mari and Kelly, and their plans to complete a whole-house remodel with HighCraft. Today’s post features progress highlights, including the installation (first by crane, then by hand) of a sensory deprivation float tank. Speaking of that float tank, we wanted to dive a little […]

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Speakeasy Basement Remodel

When our clients moved to Fort Collins to be closer to their children and grandkids, they wanted to transform their basement into the family gathering space – with a twist. In addition to creating a guest bedroom and family-friendly rec room, we converted their utility room into a hidden speakeasy that showcases their extensive collection […]

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5 Gorgeous Garages

We’ve rounded up five of our favorite HighCraft garage projects, including four amazing detached garages in Fort Collins, Loveland and Buckhorn Canyon. Downtown Apartment Loveland D and Bev lived in a 4,200-s.f. home for years before they sold it to buy a small fixer-upper in downtown Loveland. Their goal was to remodel and rent the […]

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