Serving the Seattle area
New windows and window seat

New windows and window seat

New windows and window seat Snowridge initially installed three windows in our clients’ living room. When their next-door neighbors added a second story to their home, our clients’ view was blocked. So they hired Snowridge to take out those three windows. We installed a new Milgard casement window in the dining area. Then we relocated and existing corner hutch cabinet, lower cabinets and lower bench cabinet. In addition, we rebuilt the upper cherry hutch cabinet.  Our homeowners now new windows and a window seat – a cozy space to hang out in. To learn more about Snowridge interior remodeling projects, click here.

TimberTech composite deck

TimberTech composite deck

TimberTech Composite Deck This TimberTech composite deck blends well with an older home in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Snowridge removed the existing deck and rebuilt the structure and side stairway to code. We then installed TimberTech composite decking, risers and fascia board. The skirting is clear cedar square lattice.  To learn more about Snowridge deck projects, click here.  

Kitchen Remodel

Kitchen Remodel

Kitchen Remodels: A Dark Kitchen Lightens Up Our client and her husband wanted to remodel a kitchen in their Kirkland rental property. Having done previous remodels on other homes, she had a great eye for materials and colors, and working with her was a wonderful collaboration. This was one project where the homeowner was actively involved in researching and finding the best quality and price for cabinets, countertops and appliances. This once dark and outdated kitchen is now a warm, inviting space. Snowridge will work directly with you or your interior remodeler to remodel your old kitchen into one that’s inviting, efficient and fun to work in. We can help you maximize your workspace and get the most out of your remodeling investment. To learn more about Snowridge remodeling projects, click here.

Jeld-Wen wood windows

Jeld-Wen wood windows

Jeld-Wen wood windows for a Seattle Craftsman How do you preserve the character of a Seattle craftsman home when it needs new windows? Snowridge installed Jeld-Wen wood windows with  cottage-style grids.The windows at the rear of the house are composite Andersen 100s,  made from composite materials.Our client has the benefit of new, energy-efficient windows while staying true to the aesthetic style of her  home. To learn more about how Snowridge window projects, click here.