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Home remodeling starts with the spark of an idea. Bringing that idea to life is the responsibility of your general contractor, who will use their knowledge and experience to develop your inspiration and turn it into a reality.
At GVD Renovations, we provide everything you need to remodel your home at an affordable price, including Napa general contractor services. What is the role of a contractor?
Like any other professional, a Napa general contractor needs the right tools to get their job done in an efficient and timely manner. At GVD Renovations, we supply all of the necessary ingredients for the successful remodeling of your home so that your contractor never has to worry about the quality or timeliness of your remodeling features.
We make it possible for your general contractor to plan and complete everything from a siding replacement, bathroom or kitchen remodel to an entire home remodel, from design throughout construction. Your contractor understands that every piece goes into creating a complete whole, and our stunning line of products makes it possible for every remodeling nuance to be considered.
Some of the Napa General Contracting services we offer include:
Siding is one of the most important parts of your home. Not only does it give your home a great deal of curb appeal, but it also provides protection against the harsh elements.
As professionals in siding replacement, we at GVD Renovations are committed to your complete satisfaction every step of the way. We can clearly and accurately assess the condition of your current siding, as well as provide you with a wide range of siding samples while helping you decide between the many different types that we have to offer.
As you can see, you have a wide variety of options available for siding on your home in Napa. If you're not sure which one to choose, ask the experts! That's what we're here for. We can help you decide on the right type of siding for your needs and budget. You can feel confident that no matter what siding you decide on, it will be installed completely and professionally, providing your home with both beauty and protection.
Don't be surprised if your friends, family and neighbors ask about your new siding! With decades of combined experience installing all types of siding in Napa, GVD Renovations has the skills and knowledge to make sure your siding exceeds your expectations!
Windows - When selecting windows, your contractor will need to assess factors that include energy efficiency, style, and functionality.
Flooring - Nothing brings a room together like the choice of flooring. From hardwoods to laminates, there are advantages to every style of flooring and your contractor will help guide you through the selection process.
Contact us today to find out more about our General Contractor Services at (916) 269-0761.
When you drive up to a home and it isn’t aesthetically pleasing, your eye has a tendency to look away to more attractive looking homes. There is no reason why your home should not be one of the most appealing homes in your neighborhood. Sometimes a simple change of a door can change the whole image of your home. Siding, countertops, windows, doors, pavers or maybe the addition of a porch can give your home a new lease on life. Contact GVD Renovations today and work with our professional contractor's to see what options await you to make your home stand out in your neighborhood. Don’t hesitate to call us today for your free in-home estimate!
Napa, California serves as the seat of the County of Napa. The community is located in the middle heart of the Napa Valley wine region. The downtown area is known for its architecture that dates back to between the late-1800s and early-1900s. Its arts scene at the Napa Valley Opera House as well as the riverfront promenade with its restaurants and shops. The Napa Valley Wine Train visits areas wineries by means of vintage Pullman cars.
In 1847, the original town site of Napa, California was laid out by a man named Nathan Coombs. The original survey included the property lying between what is currently known as the Napa River and Brown Street. This extends some 600 yards to steamboat landing from Napa Creek. The location was a place for the settlement because it was at the uppermost point to navigate the river, which necessitated a change in modes of transportation and therefore a natural transportation and trade hub for travelers and industrial, commercial, and agricultural goods.
This new settlement was home to assortment of people from Asia and Europe, and included American Indians, who established themselves in the region. Pioneers turned miners of gold holed up during the wintertime in Napa; as the local prices was reflected by the large supply of gold.
The first building in Napa was a saloon close to the river, on the corner of Third Street. This was soon followed by a general store at the foot of Main Street. By late 1848, other small temporary buildings started appearing and many of these were wooden made from wood from the Napa Valley lumber or from canvas.
The river ferry marked the start of a progression of rail, stage, and boat service that significantly influenced Napa’s growth. In 1850, the first steamboat from San Francisco navigated the Napa River. Until the railroad was established in 1869, passenger traffic and perishable freight were carried by steamboats. From 1850 to 1870, a series of steamboats connected San Francisco and Napa. The pride of the Napa river was the 147-foot Amelia.
During the 1860’s the Napa Valley Railroad was established, which was the most important transportation development. The railroad was primarily the result of the efforts of a man named Sam Brannan for support of his new resort known as Calistoga Hot Springs. Napa townspeople and Napa Valley Farmers both opposed the railroad because they believed it was an attempt to bypass Napa. However, the railroad proved to be very favorable to Napa because it brought additional people into the region, increased the value of land, and drew additional attention to Napa. Napa expanded and it wasn’t long before it controlled the trade of the northern county.
In 1850, a county government system was formed This brought about the building of the first courthouse at the corner of Second and Coombs Streets. The settlement was slowly becoming a community. The community had some 40 buildings mostly wooden and very primitive by 1854. The roads and streets were still dirt. The community was busy with urban offerings, such as a jockey club, a company of musicians and minstrels, and a theater. By the early 1870’s as the county’s population came close to some 7,000 people, plans were being prepared for the third courthouse, which is currently still being used.
A library system and several schools were established in Napa. In 1856, a weekly newspaper, named the Napa Register appeared, and is still serving the community. A telegraph line electrical and gas service were established between the 1850’s and the 1860’s. Amenities and products were becoming much more available in Napa.
In 1847, the original town plat of the town of Napa was planted in beans, which was the first sign of civilization in that area. Back then, there wasn’t a house in the county except for some adobes, that were occupied by Mexicans and a few hardy American settlers. The first mention of Napa in the newspaper was a statement in 1848 that the ship Amalek Adhel that had passed up the Napa river and found an abundance of water to a certain point, and that beyond that was the embarcadero de Napa. The first building was constructed in early 1848. This formed the nucleus around which the currently community has grown. The first building was a saloon that was built by a man named Harrison Pierce.
In early 1848, the late honorable Nathan Coombs surveyed the town site. The town limits extended some 600 yards to the steamboat landing from the river and Brown Street. During that same year a man named John Trubody moved nearly the entire plat, which was obscured with a large growth of wild oats and then sold some hay to the Government. When gold was discovered it temporarily halted the settlement here. However, after the first reverberation of improvements started and were continued and a beautiful community was the result