Carriage House: Inside an Atlanta Carriage Home Addition

Posted by Jim Walker on Aug 7, 2020 10:05:35 AM

Our newest project claims two titles, one of our toughest projects to date, and one of our most proudest projects to date. A newly built carriage home with a two-car garage is tied into a brand new basement via an underground tunnel, creating a unique experience for this Atlanta homeowner.

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Topics: Home Remodeling, Historic Home Remodeling, Design

How to Start a Home Remodeling Project in Atlanta

Posted by Jim Walker on Jun 22, 2020 9:33:00 AM

Whether your project is big or small, we want you to be well-equipped to tackle your goals. Take a look at this introductory guide to help you prepare for your home remodel in Atlanta.

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Topics: Home Remodeling, Historic Home Remodeling

5 Ideas for Designing the Perfect Sunroom

Posted by Jim Walker on May 26, 2020 10:07:48 AM

As daylight hours stretch further into the evening and plant life everywhere burgeons with new life, it’s the ideal time to plan your sunroom getaway. Whether you want to remodel an underutilized sunroom design or you’re planning a sunroom addition, here are some tips for creating the perfect in-home paradise.

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Topics: Home Remodeling, Home Additions, Historic Home Remodeling, Exterior Remodeling, Design

Why a Second Story Addition Might Be the Right Choice

Posted by Jim Walker on May 22, 2020 4:40:44 PM

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.

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Topics: Home Remodeling, Home Additions, Historic Home Remodeling

Mistakes to Avoid When Planning Your Atlanta Home Remodel

Posted by Jim Walker on May 8, 2020 3:12:45 PM

Ready to remodel? Then you need to be ready to know what not to do. There are two major types of mistakes home owners make during home remodels: budgetary mistakes and building mistakes. Today, we'll discuss both.

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Topics: Home Remodeling, Remodeling Investment, Historic Home Remodeling

Expressing Your Personality in a Home Renovation

Posted by Jim Walker on May 8, 2020 3:00:11 PM

Where your heart is, there your treasure will be also, and for most people, their home is one of those treasures. So it’s important to ensure that what’s dear to your heart is visible in your home. We all have certain styles we’re attracted to, but within those styles, there’s a lot of room to express your specific personality in your home renovation.

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Topics: Home Remodeling, Historic Home Remodeling, Design

Can I Create a New Room Without Adding Square Footage?

Posted by Jim Walker on Apr 16, 2020 10:43:13 AM

Whether you need an extra room to accommodate an expanding family, to create a private home office, or to provide storage space, sometimes you won’t want to lose lawn space by adding extra square footage. In these instances, it’s best to consult with a designer and contractor to brainstorm a creative work-around.

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Topics: Home Remodeling, Home Additions

Ranch House Remodels in Atlanta

Posted by Jim Walker on Apr 15, 2020 8:46:48 AM

While ranch-style homes enjoyed their heyday from the 1940s to the 1970s among America’s burgeoning post-war middle class, they’ve recently become popular housing options again.

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Topics: Home Remodeling, Aging In Place, Design

Practicing Minimalism: What Does it Mean for Your Bathroom?

Posted by Jim Walker on Mar 30, 2020 10:04:00 AM

Do you look inside your bathroom and wish you could keep it organized? Do you hate cleaning day, for all the items you have to relocate? You might appreciate the latest trends in bathroom minimalism.

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Topics: Home Remodeling, Bathroom Remodeling, Remodeling Investment, Design

Inside this Mid-Century Modern Remodel in Buckhead

Posted by Jim Walker on Mar 16, 2020 11:37:42 AM

Creating a retro renovation takes a deeper understanding of design. If you want a Mid-Century Modern style, there are plenty of ways you can get it without sacrificing on the function and comfort of the space.

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Topics: Home Remodeling, Remodeling Investment, Design