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Stalwood Construction, LLC is a Custom Home Builder who is licensed and insured in the State of Georgia. We specialize in constructing custom homes, vacation cabins, post and beam interiors, additions, garages, carports, bathroom and kitchen renovations, and home maintenance in the North Georgia Mountains from ground to turnkey. In addition, we have in-house professional expertise in drawing of house plans, drawing or redrawing existing house plans. Our company's design capabilities are "client friendly", and it's our pleasure to help you customize your own unique style. Stalwood has many references from satisfied customers that can testify to the company's performance and quality of work.
Click on the Projects Tab for an in depth look at our featured homes, custom cabinets, and furniture. Also take a look at the Owner Site tab as our current projects unfold.
The home below is a 5/3 post and beam construction. This was a spec home and sold in 2009.
The home below is a 4/3, post and beam construction. It has a foam/concrete crawlspace. This home is a 4/3. Open loft to below and a large wrap-around porch
The below home is vinyl sided. It has a large master bedroom suite with a large master bath and sitting room on 2nd floor. The interior of this home is post and beam constructed. The home is a 3/21/2. This was a spec home and sold in 2005.
This project was a challenge, the site had to be blasted out of the mountain side. Five bdrm/3bath Wrap-around porch with back side screened-in. 3/2
Below, the ultimate in framing. This home has additions on 3 sides - kitchen, bath, bedroom, sun room, entryway
New back deck and side entry way Addition - new entryway, bedroom and bath
Addition - new exterior stairs leading to kitchen and new bedroom Addition and entry way, large eat-in kitchen
New home with log chinking, cedar shakes, bay window, post & beam construction
New home with a three car attached garage New deck with roof. Roof installed high enough to let light through windows and door at cabin.
Before and after below left Custom ceilings and cabinets in a modular home. Custom front door
Below is a walk-in shower - no door required Stand alone shower
Garages, Carports, and Barns:
Free standing pole carport Attached garage
Attached pole carport at side of home Attached pole carport at rear of home
Redo stairs which were too steep Install covered deck Install patio door where a window was
Install roof over door Install wood flooring
Maple flooring Custom door with stained glass
Custom stairs to finished basement. These stairs were too steep with irregular risers, now they are to code
Stalwood is a computer savvy company and is up- to- date on information and media technology. We maintain a current "owner web page". This web page keeps clients informed with pictures and comments on a weekly basis so they can actually see the progress being made. This helps our clients piece of mind especially when they live hundreds of miles away. Concerns can be addressed and decisions made in a timely manner. When the contract is signed, client and Stalwood knows every detail concerning the project and how it will take place.
With the high cost of energy these days, energy efficient homes are becoming increasingly important. Our cathedral ceilings are insulated with R-30 insulation and air shoots, 2 x 6 walls with R-19. Good ventilation is also as important as insulation. Without good ventilation, insulation becomes laden with moisture and is ineffective. Stalwood Construction has been incorporating these building techniques and materials into every home, cabin, and addition/renovation we have built for over 30 years.
IMPORTANCE OF VENTING. When your home is heated in the winter, that warm air collides with the cooler air outside - the same applies in the summer only in reverse. The difference in temperatures creates moisture. This moisture needs to escape so an airflow path needs to be created, in this case, notches were cut into the top of the rafters to provide a way for the moisture to escape and to keep the insulation dry. In new homes air chutes are installed into many of the rafter bays to keep the air flowing so your insulation stays dry. The moisture in this roof system below flowed until it could not go any farther - so that is the point where moisture collects and then leaks into the room below or down your sidewalls. All our work is guaranteed.
Please visit our Project pages to see a few of the custom homes and cabins we have designed and built in the North Georgia Mountains. We have homes and cabins for your inspection with permission from Owners. We would like the opportunity to show you our work!