Basements are oftentimes the most underutilized areas in homes. This is partially because homeowners don’t always realize the potential their basements hold, and partially because unfinished basements can easily become out-of-sight, out-of-mind storage dumping grounds.
Kitchens are among the most popular remodeling projects, which means there’s plenty of information available on choosing the styles and colors that work best for your home. But there’s much less talk about the basics: for instance, what makes for a quality custom kitchen cabinet? Let’s go over a few pointers.
Families often reach a point when they find they just don’t have enough room in their home any more when rearranging and reorganizing just don’t satisfy a practical need for more space.
While most turn to basement remodels or first-level house additions as the more budget friendly solutions, there are several reasons why a second-story addition may be the right choice for you.
This month’s project highlight is a newly finished, traditional kitchen renovation in Atlanta, GA. Our clients made the decision to remodel their kitchen after a pipe burst, and instead of opting for a surface fix, they decided to revitalize the entire house with a fully-fledged, central remodel.
Converting homes into open concept floor plans has arguably been the hottest trend in interior remodeling over the past two decades. Most of the time, the enthusiasm is warranted. But the best of home design has always determined style and functionality-related decisions on a family by family, home by home basis rather than by blindly following blanket trends. Today, let’s talk about the pros and cons of open concept floor plans and discuss when you should and shouldn’t convert.
Kitchen renovations are consistently ranked among the most financially advantageous investments for substantive home remodels. But what exactly is the number breakdown on the initial cost of a kitchen remodel and its overall return?
Because a home addition significantly alters the home's original blueprint, preparing for a home addition is a different ballgame than preparing for any other home remodel. Homeowners and remodelers collaborate together to obtain surveys, permits, and floor plan documentation that is both functional for the family and meets the city’s jurisdictional ordinances. We’ve detailed the preparation phase for building home additions in Atlanta, GA, below.
Copper Sky specializes in restoring a range of historic houses in the wider Atlanta, GA, area. Last month, we highlighted our renovation of a gorgeous Arts and Crafts home in Morningside. Today, let’s take a look at our extensive work on a Tudor home remodel in Decatur, GA.
Just like our name, home remodeling company’s philosophy is purposefully linked to nature. We are a certified renovator with EarthCraft, a voluntary green remodeling and building program unique to the greater Atlanta area. It serves as a blueprint for healthier and more comfortable houses that protect the environment, as well as your pocket book. Today we’d like to share a few of the benefits of environmentally-conscious living within the home renovation industry.
At Copper Sky Renovations, we are as much artists as we are remodeling contractors, which is why old homes hold such a special place in our hearts. We know the unique history of each era of architecture, we know the current design trends, and we love getting to know our clients’ needs.