Current Projects: Frerich

2018 Parade of Homes, first place winner, outstanding home, top category.  8140 Gulf Blvd, Navarre Beach.  Coastal transitional style architecture designed by Les White.


Accoya wood used on the accent wall.  The finish is based on the 18th century Japanese technique of charring wood and finishing with natural oil to preserve it. Learn more at Accoya.com
Accoya wood used on the accent wall.  The finish is based on the 18th century Japanese technique of charring wood and finishing with natural oil to preserve it. Learn more at Accoya.com

2018 Parade of Homes, first place, top category.

Dining room.

Poplar tongue and groove paneling, reclaimed heart pine flooring in master bedroom.

Master bath floating vanities, mirrors with integrated lighting mounted on Accoya charred wood.  The finish is based on the 18th century Japanese technique of charring wood and finishing with natural oil to preserve it. Learn more at Accoya.com

Master bath tub and shower.

Master shower niche.

Front porch railing.

Back deck railing.

Kevin Marchetti's crew installing the front porch wire rope railing.

Kevin Marchetti's crew installing the front porch wire rope railing.

Kirstie demonstrates the stepping ladder yoga pose.

Darrin applies 2 coats of sealoflex wearcoat to the front porch dry decks.

Jeremy and Dylan hang the Haiku ceiling fan in the master BR.

Luis installs the kitchen tile back splash.

It took Robbie's entire framing crew to wrestle the 535# Viking refrigerator through the door.

I told Jeremysan to hang the kitchen pendant lights at head height and this is what I got.

Vincent and Jossue put the finishing touches on the roof.

This is our typical client experience building a fine custom home.  We make it all worth it in the end, though.

According to Ty, for every problem there is a tool that fixes it.

City Glass crew setting the glass shower panels

Les sets up a field office in the living room.

Tyler plumbs one of the back deck posts.

Chris holds the 2 halves of the counter top together with vacuum suction clamps while the adhesive cures.

Les preps the solatube flashing for painting.

Les sands and seals the fasteners around the solatube turret extensions.  These solatubes bring filtered daylight into the living room, kitchen, and exercise room.  They have impact rated inner shock domes to prevent water intrusion should the outer dome be cracked by wind born debris.  Learn more at EmeraldCoastSkylights.com

Billy trims out the elevator door.

Loading drywall into the second floor.

Shooting closed cell foam insulation on the floor system for an air tight and energy efficient thermal envelope.

Joel & Jason working their way up the tower.

Kristie, John, and JP test flying the front porch.

Finishing the garage slab.

Green zip wall sheathing is used to help create an air tight thermal envelope and provide an effective secondary rain barrier behind the siding.  Learn more about zipboard at Zip Systems.

JP and crew raise the 3rd floor front porch posts.

JP checks 3rd floor porch post for plumb.

Robbie directs Raymond, Chris, and Jackson to set the beams.

Getting started

Setting the concrete pilings.



















Frerich residence

Les White, Acorn Construction General Contractor, #RG0055853
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