It’s been cold lately, on Thursday the temperature hung around the 20’s, Friday it didn’t get over 20, and today is looking much the same. Cold. Cold. Cold. That also means that the heaters all across the Front Range are running, but not everywhere!!! Oh no friends, up in Nederland, CO (where the temperature is usually 20 degree (F) colder), in the house we finished this spring, the heat is NOT on!!! Say What?!?! You read that right, the homeowners just in the last 30 min sent a text telling us that they have yet to turn their heater on, despite it being so dang cold out. Jealous? I know I would be!!
As the writer of this post, I would like to take a moment to express my sincere gratitude for the men who are making Harrington Construction what it is. I watch them day in and day out, tirelessly working to create for their customers-past, present and future-, a home that serves as not just a work of craftsmanship and stewardship, but also a place of refuge, comfort, fun, celebration, love, tradition and family. They work to set out on a path of changing the way we live in our homes, and our environment and I couldn’t be more proud of their dedication. I am grateful for their wives and children (and pets) who stand by them, encourage them and challenge them to keep moving forward and progressing. I am grateful for their clients, who see the vision, potential and commitment and put a large amount of trust into their hands. Without this delicate balance between individual, family, and client, Harrington Construction would be merely an idea. There is so much to look forward to, and I am grateful to be a part of it all.
Here we are, a month into the “cold” season and we’re starting our newest project in Loveland, near Ellis Ranch. The site is pretty amazing, with nice views of the buttes to the east and the Sylvan Dale Ranch to the west. So far, we have been moving earth, getting the site ready for the foundation.
Tiny person, in charge of dirt quality and fun. This dirt checked out as as slideable, buildable and nearly edible.
Bryan and Quinn have been working hard moving dirt for the house pad, shed and driveway. Good job guys!!
This home will be approx. 3,500 sq. ft. of living space, so we are looking at building a large custom, energy efficient, home. It’s exciting to be working with the clients and their architect and we are looking forward to watching this site progress into something beautiful! Stay tuned for more fun!