We want to feature another project Lanni Construction, Inc. recently completed for one of our clients in St. Johns County Florida. We designed and constructed an outside enclosed porch to the back of the house of a single family home, where only the yard previously existed. The project included the construction of a raised deck floor, covered roof, and screened framed enclosure.
Lanni Construction, Inc. is a general contractor, construction company located in St. Augustine Beach, FL. Our services include new residential construction, new commercial construction, residential and commercial renovation and addition services. The following pictures are from the deck project before, during and after.
Lanni Construction, Inc., a St. Augustine based general contractor and construction company, is a home builder for new construction residential projects as well has home remodeling and renovation. One example of a new home we recently built as a spec house and sold by our company is the following example of a home built in the Anastasia Dunes subdivision located in beautiful St. Augustine Beach, FL.
Designed by Architect Roy Williams, this is a Classic Old Florida design with 2,810 square feet of living area and a total of 4,440 under roof. The home includes 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, a formal dining room, a huge family room with a coral stone fireplace, a library and upstairs office. It features a separate structure for the garage and a cedar trellis that connects the garage to the main house. The house is constructed of concrete block on the first floor and wood frame on the second floor.
Please contact us today for you new home construction or remodeling needs at (904) 471-8033.
At Lanni Construction, Inc., a St. Augustine based general contractor, one of our services we provide is repair to severe wood rot damage due to water intrusion. We were recently contracted by a homeowner in the beach front subdivision of Sea Colony, located in St. Augustine Beach, FL, to repair and/or replace a badly damaged 20’ structural support beam.
The problem resulted from a second floor porch that allowed water to leak into the 20’ long structural beam supporting the second floor porch and cement tile roof. Since the beam was completely encased in stucco and cementitious trim, it retained the water that drained into the encasement like a goldfish bowl being unable to drain. As you can see, the beams soaked up the water and became completely decayed over time. The culprit was that the deck was not properly waterproofed around the columns allowing water to freely enter the beam cavity.
The challenge for us is to now stabilize the roof and porch of this home. The 20’ triple LVL beam rests on top of the columns of the first floor with the second floor columns resting on the top of the support beam. Please check back soon with a current update of this project and more photo’s showing our completed work.