Wednesday, January 23, 2019

A New Modular Home in Arlington Fits Right In

Building a new home in an older neighborhood, especially in a town like Arlington, VA, usually has the neighbors looking over the builder’s shoulder asking all sorts of questions about what the house will look like and will it be a good fit.

By the time David Gigliotti, VP of Carbide Construction, was approached with those questions the modular home from Excel was already set and weather tight by the time the neighbors got home from work.

And the neighbors were saying other things like “How did you do this in one day?” and “That is a beautiful home”.

The Excel modular features 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Carbide Construction finished the Attic/Loft area to create another bedroom with full bathroom.

In the basement, he finished it off with a bedroom, family room and full bath.

Highlights and features installed in the modules at the Excel factory included:
  • 1x8 Square Edge Base Molding
  • Andersen 400 windows with Dark Bronze Interior and Dark Bronze Exterior
  • 1x4 Square Edge Casing
  • In multiple areas throughout the house you’ll find a 2 piece crown
  • The first floor bath features 1x4 flats that we designed and installed.
  • Solid Core Interior Doors
  • Oak Treads and Risers
  • Tile Floors.
  • Merilllat Tolani Maple Cabs in Kitchen
  • Tile at the main and master bath as well as the vanity tops and faucets.

A tip of the hat to David Gigliotti and his staff at Carbide Construction and to Excel Homes for a great looking home just across the river from the White House.


Doug said...

That a great looking house. Hats off to David and his team and to the Excel Homes team. Its great to see Excel back producing beautiful homes like they were doing prior to 2016.

Josh Margulies said...

Nice work in a tough neighborhood Dave!