It could be those pocket doors that you saw on your first tour through the house or the graceful, Romanesque columns that had stood at attention in the foyer for almost a century. The importance of the details that first capture a homeowner’s imagination plays a large part in the thought and care that goes into every stage of the F.H. Perry building process. Including that of demolition. Existing architectural details that will be a part of the new home are identified and then carefully protected or removed from the site before any major work can commence. No matter the scale of the project the standards we set for the demolition phase keep disruptions and dust to a minimum. So much so that we’d like to think that when we’re done you could almost eat off the floor—assuming of course that there still is a floor.