We were approached by Dan & Beth Zimanski about an entryway door when they decided the time had come to finally build their dream home. Not only were we quite honored to be chosen to be a part of The Coach House project, we were excited for the opportunity to come together with a team of other local professionals to do so!
A project this size could be overwhelming and complicated but with our all-star team of professional Subcontractors working together it’s sure to be a smooth & peaceful process.
Here are all of the awesome details about this cool project:
The People Inside the Coach House
Dan & Beth Zimanski are excited to share their dream home project with you! The Zimanskis just became empty-nesters and decided it was time to align their dreams and build a home that would enable them to live their life to the fullest.
What means most to them is time spent with family and friends, so their focus is to create a home that provides a comfortable space for the entire extended family for week long visits during the holidays, having friends in for the weekend, and enhancing their day-to-day lifestyle, which includes both of them working more often from their home offices.
Their Dream Home
Dan’s goal is to introduce you to the trusted contractors that will be contributing to the build of the Zimanski’s dream home and for you to consider them for your next home improvement project or when you build your dream home.
The entire project will be photographed and detailed within this website, along with profiles for each of his trusted contractors, suppliers and vendors and the services they provide. Once the project is complete there will be an open house for the public to explore the home and property and meet with all of the trusted contractors involved.
The home will be built on 21.3 acres overlooking 2 ½ acres of ponds and will have a total of just over 5,100 square feet that includes a 4-car garage and a large covered patio. With 3,500 square feet of living space the home will contain 4 bedrooms, 4 ½ baths, a man cave, office, and a bunk room.
The design objective was to make the home aesthetically pleasing, energy efficient, sturdier for bad weather (specifically hurricane force winds) and a need for only minimal maintenance. Hardie Plank will cover the exterior of the house and there will be a shingled roof with metal accent roofs over the front porch and back patio.
Two heating and cooling systems will make the home comfortable and there will also be a generator for the home so they can host their friends in lower lying areas during hurricane evacuations.
Dan and Beth chose the Four Lite Doors better known as True Divided Lite Doors to help give their home an open and airy feel. This design also ensures even more opportunities to take in the beautiful views of their property (and eventually keep an eye on the grandkids playing out front).
We all agreed that not only would the country french design be the perfect fit for this home but, it would also add charm and prestige to create a welcoming entryway.
This project is particularly important to us because it helps us connect with other local home improvement companies. It allows each of us the advantage to build stronger relationships to help promote and refer each other’s businesses while networking and doing what we love. The importance of word of mouth referrals especially coming from a loyal, reputable business speaks volumes.
Follow The Coach House Journey!
The Zimanskis & Doors of Elegance welcome you to join us in watching the journey of building this dream home through the website and following the Facebook page. We encourage you to view the trusted contractor tab and to remember and consider these contractors for you or your friends’ & families’ next remodel project.
We also encourage you to stay tuned for the open house announcement and plan to come see the house for yourself in the Fall of 2020!