Current Projects:  Here are some examples under way.

Madison: We are remodeling a home that was converted from a barn. We developed plans for a third story master suite with the owners. Our carpenters will add windows and doors, and walls to provide dramatic bedroom and bathroom areas. Spray in foam insulation will keep it warm, and will seal the rafters to help resist animal entry.

Conway: We designed a total makeover of an old farmhouse, leaving the original post and beam structure near the road, and rebuilding the rear sections. The interior is all new with 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a laundry room, 2-1/2 car garage, farmers' porch, a sunny deck, and a large fenced back yard to keep children and pets safe.

Jackson: We created plans, and built, a second story dormer addition that provides more living space, and lots of windows and fifteen skylights for views and natural light.

Conway: We designed a whole house makover, building an addition onto this historic village home, and upgrading every area indoors and out, including: brick walkway to granite steps in front yard, new steel roofing, vinyl siding, pine floors, custom cabinets with butcher block countertops, lighting, heating, painting, staircase, paved driveway, and custom doors.

North Conway: We redesigned and rebuilt this depression era home to make it modern inside and outside. The trees were cleared to create a spectacular view. And, a modern septic system was installed for years of trouble free living. This redesign provided for3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a laundry room, kitchen pantry closet, and custom cabinetry with quartz countertops.

Jackson: We designed and built a new window wall off of the owner's dining room over the winter that will provide extra floor space and take advantage of views of the rugged mountain scenery. There had been a low, outdated sunspace structure that was hard to clean and maintain, and that limited the view. The roof was raised to accomodate these new, taller windows.

Madison: We design, and are building, a new garage addition onto a mountaintop home. Challenges included steep slopes around the house, small setbacks from the roadway, and accommodation of solar roof panels. We will replace the house roofing with standing seam steel roofing to tie into the garage at the same time.

Bartlett: We designed and built a side entry porch that will make this often used door safer and more comfortable in the rain and snow. The bulkhead cellar door was replaced at the same time.

North Conway: We designed, and constructed this Screen Porch addition to blend with this country home. A pine ceiling is vaulted to keep it airy and get the most views. A paddle fan in the center gently moves the air, and lighting and outlets provide for day and night living.

Brownfield: We designed, and are now completing construction of, a mountaintop dream home with a walk-out basement, fieldstone wood-burning chimney, hardwood floors, custom cabinets with soapstone countertops, screen porch, composite deck parts, etc., that will take advantage of the mountain views and sunset vistas.

Freedom: We are remodeling this home to update the country styling, and update other parts of the house.

Moultonborough: We designed an addition, along with interior modifications, to customize this raised ranch house for it's new owners. A master suite was created by extending a rear bedroom, and the space underneath was used to make a screen porch. Many updates indoors make this home fresh and new to suit the owners tastes.

      Examples of Our Past Projects:  Here are a few examples to show the variety of our design + construction work.

North Conway:  We designed and built this Farmers' Porch to compliment this home. 


Jackson:  We designed and built this Garage to accommodate vehicles below and recreation above, and connected it to the house for Owners' convenience.


Eaton:  We designed and built this one of a kind Garage to compliment the Owners' colonial home. There are overhead doors on the right end, and an office with windows in the attic.

North Conway:  This new home was designed and built to be a second home and investment property. Owners budget was a top priority, and was met.


Conway:  This enclosed porch and deck was designed and built by Leonard Builders to suit the Owner's needs and compliment the home.


Chocorua: We designed and built this freestanding screen porch with a fieldstone fireplace to match the style of the Owners' house nearby.  


Conway:  We designed and built this small, budget, vacation get-away home to take advantage of their beautiful view lot.


Conway:  We remodeled this Kitchen to make it larger and brighter, and removed a wall to open it to the dining area.


North Conway:  We designed and built this 3-season porch and deck to blend with this home.


Freedom:  We added a spacious Screen Porch onto rear of this home.


Freedom:  We gave this old village home a complete face lift.  Extensive interior remodeling was also done to bring it up to date according to the Owners tastes. 


Freedom:  This lake front home was rebuilt from the ground up.  Later we enclosed the porch beneath the deck, and have made other improvements.


Intervale:  We designed and built this brick walkway to blend with the existing landscape. Large granite stones from old foundations where set as steps and brick placed to complete this uphill walkway to the home entrance.


Chocorua:  We designed and built this home to look like a 100 year old cottage in the Chocorua Lake area.


Chocorua:  We designed and built this new home to take advantage of a large sunny lot.  Single story living with porches along with old time charm were priorities.   


Chocorua:  We built this home with special items from a kit.  A curved roof, pine floors, a brick fireplace and many other special details make this home special for its' Owners and their neighbors.

Freedom:  We designed and built this home on a dirt road near Ossipee Lake.  It was carefully designed to fit on a small, wet lot.  The cellar has been dry since it was constructed.

Chocorua:  This horse barn was designed and built to suit the Owners' specific needs.  The frame is post and beam.

Conway village:  Extensive remodeling was done for the Conway Historical Society updating a 50 year old church for the new Salyards Center for the Arts.

Everywhere: We constantly refer to the IRC building code book and engage building inspectors in order to insure that our projects are code compliant and built to surpass written standards.


 Freedom: We designed and built this barn addition to provide the Owner with additional woodworking space.


Jackson: We designed and built this addition to look as though it was built nearly a century ago with the rest of the home. 

Eaton: We designed and built this new Garage to compliment the Owners' old colonial home. There is a stairway to the second story for storage and an office.

Chatham: We designed and built this lake front home to be exactly 2,000 sq. ft., and to resemble photos they had saved from magazine articles, while offering all rooms a view of the lake.

Before...: We designed a total makeover for this 70's contemporary home in Jackson, incorporating...

...After: ...more traditional styling inside and out. Plus, insulation was added along with more energy efficient windows and doors to save money on heat, and improve comfort.