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When a high-powered fireworks rocket—created for the massive finale boom—landed in the crowd that Fourth of July night, the shell exploded near Katy Hollis. Her three-year-old son, Max, lay in her lap.
Kipp and Ginger Gray had high hopes for their four-bedroom Leesburg, VA. ranch-style home with its dark and closed-in floor plan. They had high expectations, too, for the first design-build firm they chose, a reputable firm, to transform the place where they decided to live the rest of their lives—with Ginger’s 79 year old mother, Charlotte, and two 95 year old friends.
"It was spectacular," Gini says. "We had an ugly house, and it was as nice and ugly as it could be, but spectacular because it had the proper number of bathrooms to support 200 people at our reception."