Gallery Of Homes: Nieberlein


Side entry 3 car garage.



Custom built living room entertainment center.


Kitchen is open to the living room, dining room, and family room.

View from family room toward kitchen.

A 14" solatube bathes the granite island top in natural light which brings out the colors in the granite to their best effect.  Solatube by Emerald Coast Skylights.




Viking gas cook top with travertine back splash.

Viking french door oven.

Butler's pantry with wine cooler.

Laundry.

Master bedroom.  11' ceiling.

Master bath.


Walk-in master shower with dual shower heads and integrated bench.

Master custom closet shelving by Alpha Closets.

Bath #2 with glass tile tub and shower surround and high horizontal window for natural lighting.

Bath #3

Powder room.

3 panel 9' wide by 8' tall sliding glass door.


Pool and water feature by Dolphin Pools.



Gazebo in the back yard will be used for outdoor grilling.

We used T1-11 siding to simulate tongue and groove roof decking.

Ken works on getting the tile inlay on the front porch just right.

Alex cuts the curve into the paver driveway.


Ed Nieberlein telling Jerry, our trim carpenter, how he wants it done.

Installing the metal roof.

Window installation step 1: Apply flashing tape to water proof the sill and 12" up each side jam.  Apply butterflies at each bottom corner.

Window installation step 2: Apply silicone sealant on the top and sides. Leave the bottom unsealed to allow any moisture intrusion to escape.

Window installation step 3: Set the window.

Window installation step 4: Anchor window to framing with #8 screws through window flanges per engineering details.

Window installation step 5: Apply flashing tape on sides and top widow flanges.  Leave bottom open to allow any moisture intrusion to escape outside the framing onto the green coated drain plain. This is the right way to install a window with proper water proofing details. 

The green zip board provides a highly moisture resistant and air tight thermal envelope.  The white peal and seal sub roof is the second line of defense against water intrusion during a hurricane.

Steve nailing off the roof decking.

Tyrone and Eric cut control joints into the slab to control the shrinkage cracking.

Will working on the webcam.

Pouring the concrete.

Forming up a doorway.

Eddonice trowels the slab.

Glenn digging his trenches the easy way.

Jana and Bobby filling the foundation.

Pouring the footings with a boom pump.

Front elevation with transom windows on front porch walls

Front elevation with rectangular windows.

30 x 60 garage & MBA windows

Stone window trim version


Arched windows version


Stucco front porch version

Stucco front porch

Shuttered window version





3404 SF living
Nieberlein residence

Les White, Acorn Construction General Contractor, #RG0055853
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