Sometimes there is just no substitute for extra space. If you’ve become frustrated with trying to make do with the existing space in your Atlanta-area home (endlessly rearranging and reorganizing furniture and rooms to try to accommodate your lifestyle) the real solution may be to consider an addition to your home. But how much does a home addition cost in the Atlanta area? Naturally, every project will be different—depending on the size and complexity of the remodel, but here are some averages for popular addition projects in the Atlanta area.
If you’ve decided that the bathroom in your Atlanta-area is ready for remodeling, chances are you have a big question you need to answer before you dive in: “How much is this going to set you back?
If you're looking for a great way to take advantage of under-utilized living space in your Atlanta-area home, remodeling your basement can be the perfect project. It allows you to increase useable space without increasing the existing footprint of your home.
Knowing what something should cost before you commit to a purchase is just plain smart. Getting the right information, however, is a little more involved than simply asking the cost. “How much does a kitchen remodel cost in Atlanta, GA” may seem like a straightforward question. Getting a helpful answer to your specific question about kitchen remodeling is a little more complicated. Here’s what you need to understand before remodeling your Atlanta kitchen.
At Copper Sky Renovations, our mission was developed as a two-way street: we have a passion for restoring old homes because we love Atlanta, and we love Atlanta because we have a passion for restoring old homes. While the Atlanta area in general is famous for its historic houses, this is especially true of neighborhoods like Virginia-Highland.
Topics: Remodeling Investment
From minor paint jobs to second-story additions, most home owners have extensive lists of remodeling projects they want to address. Finding the right financing option, however, can be a little intimidating unless you know what’s available and what suits your situation.
There’s a reason bathroom renovations make up 80% of contractors’ projects, second only to kitchen renovations. Remodeling your bathroom can change the entire tone of your home, because although it isn’t the heart of the home, it is still a high-use, valuable private space prioritized by home owners and home buyers alike.
Anyone who knows Jim Walker, owner and founder of Copper Sky Renovations, knows his deep passion for saving older homes in Atlanta. In an age that idolizes industry and utility, Jim’s careful approach toward preserving history is truly an anomaly in the home remodeling industry.
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.
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.