If you’re simply dying to get your old bathroom out and something new and fresh installed, you’ve got to start with the obvious: “How much is this going to cost?”
Perhaps you're considering remodeling the bathroom in your Atlanta home, but you're wondering if it actually pays off. Sure, you'd like to have a fresh, new look—and add some comfort and convenience (or even a bit more space). But is it worth it for what you'll get out of your house if you decide to sell in the future?
If you’re looking to add value to your home, you need to make sure your investment plan is solid and your home remodeling company has the experience and craftsmanship to see your project through from beginning to end.
Most newly remodeled homes look great when they’re completed. But keeping your home looking fantastic for years down the road takes some planning—and occasionally a bit of elbow grease. A lot of the planning takes the form of choosing the right materials to use in your remodeling project. Let’s take a look at designing your home for easy cleaning and upkeep.
At Copper Sky Renovations, this is our second year in a row winning OBIE’s first place award for 2018’s Best Bathroom over $25,000. (Be sure to view our 2017 gold winner, as well as our 2017 silver winner!)
From building basement gyms to working from home, a trend toward simplified and centralized in-home amenities has been one of the hallmarks of the twenty-first century.
Whether you plan to live your retirement years in your own home, you expect to have parents or in-laws living with you, or you are merely hoping to up your home’s value for eventual resale, implementing an Atlanta home design conducive to aging in place is a project you should undertake before the need is upon you.
A lot of the Atlanta bathroom remodels we looked at last week feature both a walk-in shower and a bathtub. And while it’s great to include both fixtures in a master bath, how do you know which you should opt for in a second bathroom as a stand-alone fixture?
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.
Below we’ve detailed the preparation phase for building home additions in Atlanta:
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.