These empty nesters decided his Bathroom needed to be updated. Total rehab. Happy man!
Turn of the 20th Century Ranch.
This Kitchen was part of a house transformation from a 1978 Ranch to an Arts and Crafts/Bungalow style with a touch of modernism.
The customer was getting married and he restored muscle cars. He needed more room. We enlarged the kitchen, created a great room...
With three young girls and many friends, the clients wanted a great outdoor space to entertain along with functional space for the family.
The deck was built on two levels with access from three doors. The screen porch was added with an octagon end.
The homeowners wanted a two-story addition along with a deck to overlook a fast running creek.
These are pictures of two of the five bathroom remodels we did at the Stone Mountain course.
After completing their basement as a 200SF Mother-in-law suite with a full kitchen and two baths we built a pool with a cabana that would become his workshop.
The Stone Mountain Golf Course wanted a starter’s shack at the #1 hole.
A Master Bath that was outdated with a less than an organized closet.
The driving range at Stone Mountain was an afterthought and non-revenue generation asset. We were hired to change this.
This bath is on a two bedroom wing of a house for two girls. The hall has little closet space.
They wanted a workshop and office added to an existing detached garage.
This family wanted to get rid of a rotting deck and build something appropriate for the neighborhood and large gatherings.
A new owner took over a golf course and wanted to save the old structures while making them look nice and functional to last.
Here is an example of office space finish out work.
The client wanted to take a small entry with a low ceiling and give it some pizzazz as the entrance to a bungalow remake.
A couple wanted a Family Room off the Dining Room for a Library and a place to entertain Grandchildren.
This is a straightforward way to bring a relaxing sound to the backyard along with a beautiful focal point.
We were hired to redo what had been attempted on the house concerning framing, roofing, windows, and stucco.
This makeover was in conjunction with “Stairway”. This is the other side of the entry.
The homeowner had a family member confined to a wheelchair. With a 10’ drop from street level to the bottom of the stairs...
This stairwell was drywall with a pine cap rail. It is also the first thing one sees when entering the house.
A customer with a passion for outdoor cooking and a beautiful pool in a great setting wanted to cover and a kitchen.
Here are two examples of taking fireplaces in disrepair and making them beautiful.
The gentleman of the house wanted a nice place to go outside and be able to watch sporting events.
A dated look was changed into a bungalow style. The stone was added along with cedar shingles and painting the trim.
The client wanted us to demo his existing structure. Then utilize the old slab and add to it to build his dream home.
A couple wanted to update and rearrange their Master Bath to make it more of a sanctuary and to give the water closet privacy.
A very dark and dated Great Room was given a facelift with new hardwood flooring...
The empty nesters decided to make this their final stop so we added a large area...
The client desired a bath that was completely different from the rest of the house. This bath was created in their basement.
The client wanted a walkway around the house to match the one from the street to porch.
The deck was not fitting of the house and blazing hot in the afternoons.
The customer has a formal taste and wanted a barrel ceiling in the foyer, a dome ceiling in the dining and a tray in the hall.
A young couple needed a larger breakfast area and deck for the family.
The couple with children wanted a Keeping Room off the Kitchen with a Coffered Ceiling...
We did a number of jobs for Marriott at Courtyards, Residence Inns and Fairfield’s.
The couple entertains and feeds the family at all major holidays. They wanted a kitchen that can do the job.
The appliances were outdated and the Kitchen needed a makeover.