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?
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.
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?
Nothing compares to an older home. Whether it’s love at first sight or a deepening love established over time, you know that your heart has found home in your historic, Atlanta, GA, dwelling. Sure, it may need a bit of TLC, but you bought your home originally because you fell in love with its inherent beauty and potential. Today, we’ll talk about how you can capitalize on that beauty during your home restoration in Atlanta, GA.
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, let’s talk about budget.
If you’re preparing to solidify a contract with your home remodeling company in Atlanta, GA, chances are you’ve already found a company whose vision matches your own. You like the quality of the work you’ve seen on their previous projects, and you’re assured their design and remodeling execution match your expectations. But there are still a few questions you’ll want to ask before signing the dotted line.