TLC Little Lodges can be customized to fit your lot when site restrictions requires you to build small. If your busy life style keeps you on the go, an efficient lodge will reduce your maintenance time as well as your energy costs. An even smaller little lodge could be a garden house, studio, home office, patio/picnic shelter, hobby place, party room, fair booth, game room, retreat, pet salon, etc.
Commercial buildings are code specified as nonresidential buildings. Examples are offices, medical clinics, and community centers.
A duplex house is defined as a dwelling having apartments with separate entrances for two families. This includes two-story houses having a complete apartment on each floor and also side-by-side apartments on a single lot that share a common wall. A duplex allows for the owner to live in one half and rent the other, or use it solely for rental purposes. TLC can customize duplex floor plans to meet your needs.
The Cape Cod combines the charm and character of a traditional design with the cost effectiveness of a 1-1/2 story home. The upstairs area makes a small Cape Cod house into a sizeable home. We will help you design the unfinished upstairs so you or your contractor will be able to easily finish the upstairs level. A four-bedroom home is a surprisingly affordable home. The Loft home is borrowed from the traditional Cape Cod design, but it incorporates the elements of a chalet style home as well. The living room is typically open to the roof on the glassed-in end for a spacious, open feeling. Popular options for this home are cedar siding, fireplaces, and custom windows or doors.