COMPLETING AN IDEA OF. . . PLACE.
Welcome to FILLADESIGN, a design-build company founded in 2010 offering innovative and detailed construction, interior, and furniture projects for residential and commercial clients. With FILLADESIGN the methods of business are simple; develop accurate and detailed cost estimating representative of the client's budget and aesthetic, provide competent resources to fulfill project deliverables, and deliver ownership and value through craftsmanship and honest use of materials.
If you are looking to remodel, expand an existing space, complete a room with built-ins, or build from the ground up, FILLADESIGN can handle all phases of your project. Whether you have your own plans or need programming and design services, FILLADESIGN can deliver your project from start to finish.
Please browse through the website and if you would like to learn more drop me a line.
Christopher T. Filla
We sometimes hear or speak the expression, "The building has good bones, it just needs a face lift". This new roof will help extend the life of the barn and farm for years to come (an idea of true sustainability). I was amazed (and beaten) to learn the holding power of a ring-shank metal siding nail after being exposed to the weather for over 40 years. If you want to learn how to install a new metal roof, flashing, and trim, you first have to tear one off (and pull a few hundred nails).
Beginning a project (nights and weekends) from the ground up in the middle of fall can be a tense venture. Drastic temperature swings, daylight savings time, and the prime time of archery season are never built-in the planned schedule. We completed the roof, installed doors and windows, and finished wrapping the building just before the first snow fall of the season. Originally the building dreamed to be 36'x60', but compromising with budgets and subdivision restrictions the footprint is now 30'x50'. Strict, efficient organization will be paramount!
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MEANS & METHODS
The Ultimate Workbench
Recently while reading through a blog on Festool's website I came across an article for "The Ultimate Workbench" designed by Ron Paulk, www.paulkhomes.com. His plans are expertly detailed and can be purchased through his website. It is a beautiful example of form following function and a great tool for anyone whose shop requires mobility. I plan to build at least two more of these with some modifications to height and width. Check out Ron's YouTube channel where he generously shares his own means and methods for free!