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65 Years as a home improvement Specialist 


This home had a major exterior and interior renovation. The new look gives this home a warm country feel.


The renovation removed and replaced the siding with vinyl cedar shake siding, offset with manufactured stone along the house front and chimney. New vinyl soffit around, including new window and door trim. Removal and replacement of bedroom windows and replacement of garage doors.


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Quality Materials and Attention to Detail

We use only quality materials to ensure your home withstands the elements for years to come. With over 50 years in renovations and additions, Pittenger Builders emphasizes the importance of attention to detail.

Let Pittenger Builders perfect your current home. This rendering of a completely renovated split-level home shows this home's potential WOW factor. Do you need additional rooms, want more space or an updated look? Consider a home addition or remodel. Depending on the structure and layout of your home, you may be able to open up and expand your living space. Expanding kitchens, living rooms, and other areas can add value to your home. Additionally, allowing your home to grow with you.

Additions and home remodeling, help you to get the most use out of your current home. Once in the process, it is also easier to update and remodel additional interiors. Imagine a new space that you and your family can enjoy for many years to come. Pittenger Builders can help you design your new space!

*The above is a typical split-level home. Styles consist of split level, stacked split level, split entry, and raised ranch. See what Realtor Mag says about split-level homes in this article:

Split-Level Homes: Outdated or Underrated?

They often get a bad rap, but split-level homes have many perks buyers will appreciate, starting with affordability.

September 2008 | By Barbara Ballinger 


Remember: Much of the cost of an addition will be recouped; if you choose to sell your home.

Extensive home improvements are something you should never do yourself, a General Contractor can make sure your new space is structurally sound and built to code. Before any construction takes place your contractor needs to draw-up blueprints and address what can and cannot be done.

Pittenger Builders has completed many expansion projects throughout the decades. We can complete all of the construction and provide architectural and interior design services. We work with you to completely transform your home.

Things to consider when enlarging an existing space or create a new one:

#1 Understand that this is a major project and should be done by experienced professionals.

#2 Have a clear use of the new space.

#3 Determine the size and shape of the addition.

#4 Does the new structure integrate well with the rest of your home?

Don't just take it from us, visit HGTV's Planning Guide: Home Addition



Not sure which type of new home construction fits your needs?



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