Gorgeous Sunroom and Magnificent Master Bath From Thin Air!

Gorgeous Sunroom and Magnificent Master Bath From Thin Air!

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“A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is a reality.” Yoko Ono

Adding a sunroom can have two benefits. One is creating value to the homeowners through increased space for enjoying the outdoors without the weather; the other is a boost to their property value. Reports vary as to the exact number, but it is suggested there is a 60–80% return on investment when adding a sunroom.

For this West Cobb family, more space was the goal. The family has small children, and also their mother had taken residence with them. Instead of moving to a bigger house, a re-working of their existing floor plan was the answer. They chose Atlanta Curb Appeal because of recommendations from an East Cobb Moms Facebook group.

The first phase of the project was building the addition. Atlanta Curb Appeal began by framing out the walls and ceiling while leaving space for the huge new windows. Walls and floor installation were next. The clients selected an easy-to-clean tile that stays cool in the summer. To keep energy costs at a minimum, Atlanta Curb Appeal added insulation to the floors, walls, and ceiling. The clients chose a gorgeous, gentle shade of blue for the interior, a color that reminded them of their trips to the beach. Finally, the installation of electricity and HVAC venting completed this large, sunny space.

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Part two was making changes to the original floor plan; the main living room had a high vaulted ceiling. By dividing the space in half, an entire new space was created upstairs. Two windows were removed from around the fireplace. One window space was transformed into a useful, built-in bookcase with an outlet at the bottom for the TV cable and router wiring. The other turned into a patio door to the outside. Crown molding was added to the bookcase and door to match the rest of the house.

Now, the family had usable living space above the living room, which was to become a new master bedroom with added closet and a full master bath!

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The shower was completely designed by the clients. They wanted a very particular marble tile layout, which the crews, through collaboration, were able to install successfully. Atlanta Curb Appeal is very proud of their custom tile crew; they performed beyond the clients’ wildest expectations. Polished marble tops the new vanity: a stunningly beautiful, white, 2cm. Carrera. Atlanta Curb Appeal’s crew also added a small cabinet by the shower. This phase was most challenging as all new plumbing had to be built and installed.

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When we asked the client how she felt about the new space, she replied, “We LOVE every inch of it. Mom is living in our original master on the main floor and has her own sunroom and space. Now we can be upstairs with our babies, and we don’t have this empty, gaping, two-story living room. We love that no space is wasted!”

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Dramatic Bathroom & Closet Remodel

This dramatic transformation of this bathroom renovation came together after a lot of planning and designing of the existing space. The old room was functional but did not use the whole space to the maximum capacity.

By breaking everything down to the studs and reconfiguring the space, we were able to create a better flow between the areas and create a much bigger walk-in closet.

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Closet

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One of the client’s top priorities was to create a bigger closet space. We were able to expand the existing closet into the empty attic space above the garage, adding a metal beam to support the roof and a post to support the long span beam. The client also requested to move the washer and dryer upstairs and we managed to stack it in the corner of the closet connecting all of the necessary plumbing. New lights were installed in the ceiling and a custom-made wooden closet system was built to optimally fit the space and meet their needs.

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After demolishing the entire space, it was much easier to redesign and plan the new space.

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By opening the walls, we were able to see the structure and figure out which walls can be removed and where we will need supports. While we agreed on the new location of all the fixtures, it was just a matter of  the floors and re-plumbing everything. Then we ran electrical to all the areas where we decided to locate lights , switches and outlets.

After closing the walls with drywall and putting back the subfloor, we installed a floor heating system and tiled the space. We suggested a few tile patterns that can go well with the selected tile and the one the customer chose looks amazing.

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The shower got a lot more attention because we wanted it to be the focal point in the center of the space. This is why we decided to build it with two tiled walls and two full glass walls.

By having two-sides glass, the space was opened up and the two areas of the bathroom, the tub and the vanities, were connected. The client wanted to use mixed materials to created an organic and inorganic combination. As such, we combined porcelain tile, with marble, pebbles and wood to create a spa feel. A long soap niche created in the middle of the tiled wall, and a wood-look bench was placed on the other tiled wall.

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Large, white wavy tiles were selected to go on the walls with no gap between them and very little white grout, creating the effect of full wavy white walls. The brown accent tile was placed in the niche shelve, bench and on the ceiling, complementing the other woodwork in the bathroom.

The water fixtures were selected and purchased by the client which included a complete set of shower heads, jets and a hand spray valve, all in one panel.

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In addition to these, we suggested to add another 4 shower heads on a separate valve that created the waterfall effect from the ceiling. This required special plumbing techniques to make sure the water flow and pressure would support such a design.

The frameless shower glass doors were special order and have a unique coating on it called “shower guard” by Guardian that comes with a lifetime warranty. This coating is like magic and everyone’s dream. after taking a shower, you can leave the glass wet and foggy without the need to clean it each time. 10 minutes later, the glass is all perfectly clean again with no streaks or water stains.

The barn door was custom-made from old reclaimed barn wood. We combined the wood with metal panels to stick with the mixed-material theme. We then stained the cedar and oiled the barn wood to bring these beautiful colors out and protect it from moisture.

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The door serves dual purpose. when its closed, it’s used for privacy in the toilet. When open, it covers the towel storage that was built into the wall.

A long vanity and tower were custom-made by Fancy Woodworks LLC. The client chose a white marble countertop to complement the color schemes of white, grey and brown. The stone complements the pebbles on the shower floor and the marble used on the fireplace.

Our client finished of the bathroom with eclectic furnishings, original art and some plants to give the space the absolute feeling of beauty and relaxation while taking a shower or soaking in the free standing tub.

Thanks for reading,

Avi & Andy

Ready to get your free estimate for Bathroom remodeling from Atlanta Curb Appeal? Give us a call to set up your appointment, 770-778-1172.

 

 

 

 

 

When the Bathroom is Too Small

Updating this East Cobb bathroom provided for Atlanta Curb Appeal several challenges. Initially, a wall separating the vanity and shower split the layout of the master bathroom; this footprint made the bathroom feel tight.

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In the first client meeting, they examined together the family’s needs and goals; the quote requested was for a remodeling of the two bathrooms, the master and the kids. After a walkthrough, Atlanta Curb Appeal discovered the master bath would need a full demolition and a complete shuffle of the plumbing, with the shower moved sideways and the toilet placed on the other sidewall. This re-organization of pipes would prove to be more difficult when they started to cut the concrete slab. A final touch to this bathroom renovation would be the installation of a sliding barn door entry. The door opening had to move and relocated in a way that it facing the center of the vanity. The client liked the ideas presented, and work started a week later.

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Significant changes to the master bathroom included the addition of a free standing double vanity and a huge shower. A beautiful quartz countertop was selected and added to the top of the vanity. This light colored quartz appears again on the shower curb and bench, providing harmony between the two pieces.

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The flooring is the latest in porcelain tile sophistication. At first glance, it appears to be made of gorgeous natural wood. In a moisture-prone area like the bathroom, this is the resilient choice. The mimicry result looks amazing in this space.

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Industrial and vintage hanging fixtures were the selected style for the lighting. In the original design, however, the homeowners selected wall-mounted hardware. Since there were a lot of existing plumbing inside this wall, this placement would no longer work. The clients were able to find a pendant lighting alternative. It was a last-minute change, and it worked perfectly.

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Another improvement was the mirror choice on the wall above the vanity. Big half wall mirrors have become passe for bathrooms, an 80s style that clients are looking to get rid of. Separate framed mirrors are the current trend in bathroom design.

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Atlanta Curb Appeal performed all of the labor for this project: demolition, plumbing, electrical installation, vinyl wainscoting, painting, and installation of the barn door. The vanity was a unique custom unit from Fancy Woodworks, in Kennesaw, which the firm felt did an extraordinary job.

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When asked about the client’s reaction to the final product, owner Avi Moyal shared, “They are super excited and happy about it. They even sent us a text.” (See below.)

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The final stage of this East Cobb remodeling project is finishing the kid’s bathroom.

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Atlanta Curb Appeal has been serving East Cobb, Marietta, Roswell, Alpharetta and the surrounding areas since 2012. They provide excellent craftsmanship in interior remodeling of bathrooms, kitchens, basements and also exterior building and renovations of decks, pergolas, porticos and outdoor kitchens.

Dazzling East Cobb Bathroom Makeover

Dazzling East Cobb Bathroom Makeover

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The decision to remodel the bathroom of one East Cobb family’s master bathroom wasn’t simply because they wanted to upgrade the hardware. No, with two little children to manage, the size of their bathroom was becoming a constraint to their busy family lifestyle. More bathroom vanity counter space was needed, along with a better solution for closet space.

BEFORE PICTURE

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While magazines and Pinterest are perfect for remodeling inspiration, visionary minded contractors can offer alternatives, which are more functional or financially viable. Breaking down the walls and starting from scratch was the best option for this remodeling project. Excellent communication, mutual expectations, and specific deadlines provide the framework for a great experience between contractor and client.

 

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Vintage is the new modern in renovation design, and this updated bathroom captures it beautifully. The clients picked out double hanging bathroom mirrors over traditional style cabinets. The flooring was a new style of porcelain from Home Depot designed to look like wood. Porcelain tile is harder than ceramic and offers greater design flexibility. The clay used to make porcelain tile is more refined and purified than ceramic. Obviously, this is a better choice overall than wood flooring when so much moisture is present, especially when the little ones take a bath!

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The bathtub was framed with a marble subway tile in the 3×6 size. Subway tile has exploded in popularity recently with good reason: they are easy to clean and bring order with a smooth repeating pattern. Installing a new curved shower rod is an easy upgrade that offers more space for showering.

 

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For wall color, the client chose a shade of gray from Sherwin Williams. The gray color worked well for this bathroom, complemented by the white tile and black chains hanging from the mirrors.

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The finishing touch to this renovation was a barn door entrance to the bathroom. Atlanta Curb Appeal has seen a big increase in the request for barn-style doors in the past two years.

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Enlarging the bathroom required the removal of two closets, which were then reconfigured with access from the master bedroom space. Aesthetically, it has completely changed the look of the master bedroom.

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Atlanta Curb Appeal Owner Avi Moyal shared his comments about their experience:

“I guess we did something right if they called us back a fourth time, after renovating their basement, deck, and kitchen. Our clients had been talking about doing this bathroom for a while. I think Atlanta Curb Appeal nailed it. They love the end results.”

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Want to see more pictures? Check out Atlanta Curb Appeal’s gallery of renovations and remodeling jobs in East Cobb, Roswell and Sandy Springs.

Gorgeous East Cobb Porch Installation

Recently we had the pleasure of installing a new screen porch and deck in East Cobb/ Marietta. Atlanta Curb Appeal standards are high when completing a porch installation. Safety, quality of materials and design are the main focus when planning a client’s outdoor oasis that will be a showcase piece to enjoy for years to come.

We asked Avi some questions about the project below.

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Did they have a porch before or was this project from scratch?
No, they did not have a deck, but they did have a porch.

What did Atlanta Curb Appeal do exactly?
First we built the screen porch walls and installed a matching shingle roof. Second, we added a lower deck and a new set of stairs. At this point, we took the time to reinforce the old deck up to code, per inspections. Then we enclosed the area underneath allowing for added storage.

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Look at the view!

Did you do more than a back porch?
Atlanta Curb Appeal added a front portico and replaced the front door. We enjoy installing porticos; the transformation is always astonishing. Then we renovated two bathrooms in the home.

Did you do any electrical upgrades?
We added outlets, new outdoor floodlights and new can lights on the back porch.

Why did they decide to do this project?
They wanted to add a covered porch and extend their deck space so they could enjoy outdoor seating while covered from the sun and protected from mosquitos. We also added wiring for an outdoor TV. It’s the perfect package.

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How did they find you?
Word of mouth. We have happy clients in their subdivision that recommended us.

What is the client planning for this new space?
The porch is mainly for the entertainment of kids and friends.

What was the biggest obstacle?
No obstacles. All permitting inspections passed the first time, and all work was finished in within budget and timelines.

How many days did it take?
The porch and deck project took just under four weeks. The small bathroom took a week and a half, and the master bathroom took three weeks. The portico took less than a week, including inspections. We did these projects in parallel and completed all work in about two months.

What did the clients think about Atlanta Curb Appeal?
They are so happy with the final results! They had a party to show off the work to their neighbors, and we’ve already started another project in this subdivision.

Atlanta Curb Appeal has been serving East Cobb, Marietta, Alpharetta, Roswell, Sandy Springs and the surrounding communities since 2012 and offers free estimates on Porch, Basement and Kitchen remodeling.

Click here to read about a Stunning Modern Kitchen Atlanta Curb Appeal transformed recently.

Exquisite Bathroom Remodel in East Cobb!

Exquisite Bathroom Remodel in East Cobb!

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This month on the blog we present our latest bathroom remodel project in East Cobb, Georgia we completed recently. We explore the ‘big picture’ and discuss the ‘pros and cons’ of medium sized renovations to a home.

How did they find you?

They found us through a neighbor that we had done work for.

What made them choose Atlanta Curb Appeal?
They had checked quotes from a few contractors and decided to go with us based on recommendations from their neighbor, plus our price and the design solutions I gave them.

Was there a significant amount of demolition? How many days for each stage?
The demolition required two days and the overall project was completed in 2 weeks.

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Tell us more about the Quad-Head Shower. Did the customers pick this one? What are the benefits of this type of shower? 
The clients selected all the plumbing fixtures themselves. We have been seeing the Quad-Head Showerhead more and more recently. It is much more complicated than standard head installations. There is a whole new system of small pipes that needs to be created above each showerhead. People select these modern showerheads because they are looking for an amazing rainfall shower experience.

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How happy are the clients with the final project?
They are very happy! In fact everyday (after the demolition stage) when they got home from work, they would express their amazement on our daily progress plus the clean meticulous work of our crew.

Who designed shower?
We consulted on the structure and layout of the shower and the client selected the tile. We recommended the location of the bench and soap niche. And how the tile should work best on these walls.

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What were your favorite parts of their bathroom upgrade?
The shower tile, the fixtures and the stunning free standing tub. The pebbled floor is great too!

What would you like to convey to people who are thinking about a bathroom renovation?  What is the big picture that customers should take into consideration?
Visualization is key. If a client can communicate the final design they are aiming for then we are halfway there. We are also happy to consult to help our clients get the answers to some of these questions:

  • Which walls needs to stay or go?
  • Where do you prefer your new fixtures to be located?
  • What materials do you want included? Do you want a soap niche? How about a custom shower bench?
  • What about special instructions? Do you have a preference on the heights of the faucets or mirrors?

Each step is connected so the sooner we know the design, the better we can prepare for each stage of electrical and plumbing and the placement of the final product. This is critical before we close the walls back up.

Another thing we like clients to keep in mind is that after demolition, things may look different to you and alternative ideas may spring up! Flexibility is important because occasionally you may find out what you wanted to do is not possible after all because of how a joist is running or the way a support structure is lined up internally behind the wall. Everything is possible of course, but sometimes the cost of shifting things around does not make financial sense.

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Modern and complicated plumbing fixtures are beautiful to the eye and can sometimes save money in the long run with their increased efficiency. Yet sometimes they do not come packaged with all the other parts required for installation. Additional costs might be needed to get these fixtures up and running.

Renovating any part of your home is an undertaking and we encourage clients to be patient and to trust the process. Have confidence that everything will be elegant and beautiful in the end! We follow the same containment procedures with each job, which is first to cover the floors and separate areas with sealed nylon and zippered entrances then at the end of each day we clean up after ourselves. Then every new morning we set up covers again. Note, there will be dust in some areas though, areas you are not used to having dust before, but this is simply part of remodeling. We sincerely do our best to keep it as clean as possible at each stage.

We hope we have been able to thoroughly explain the renovation process from the point of view of the homeowner. If you are considering a new bathroom renovation please check out Atlanta Curb Appeal’s numerous detailed online reviews and contact us for a free estimate at 770-778-1172.

Avi Moyal, owner of Atlanta Curb Appeal, general remodeling and projects in East Cobb and Sandy Springs including Bathrooms, Porticos, Pergolas, Fences and more.

Stunning! Our Latest Huge Renovation in Dunwoody

This month Atlanta Curb Appeal wrapped up a major renovation in Dunwoody, Georgia. The end results were stunning! We interviewed Avi Moyal (owner) about the project.

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How did they find Atlanta Curb Appeal?
This young couple found me online. They collected bids from several contractors and selected Atlanta Curb Appeal to handle their first home remodel. When I asked them (near the end) what made them pick us, they responded that we were the only ones that foresaw future problems and elements that might not work together and that we seemed like we would actually be able to deliver the results they wanted. Secondly, the couple felt like we offered the best design solutions and that we conveyed the impression that we knew what we were talking about compared to the other guys.

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What steps had to be taken to complete the job?
First we gutted the couple’s master bathroom plus another hall bathroom. Then we removed the old hardwoods and carpets. After this demolition, we basically started from the ground up and rebuilt both baths. We replaced all plumbing in the master bathroom, under the floor and in the walls, it all had to be relocated to fit the new design of the room.

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Furthermore in the master, we added a new larger shower area along with new tile, frameless glass doors and a long wide soap niche. Plus we installed a new air tub, new vanities, new fixtures and finally new tile on the floors.

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Did you encounter any challenges?
The master bath was a formidable project. It took a bit more time than we expected because all the walls and corners were off, they were neither straight nor parallel. It took extra efforts to make the tile lines appear symmetrical. The original flooring was also off-balance and had extreme “sagging” issues. To compensate we had to level it with three different techniques to get it to our level of perfection.

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What other rooms did you remodel?
We painted the interior; bedrooms and living room with very modern colors that the client picked, and it turned out beautifully. In the kitchen, we added a new backsplash, painted the cabinets and walls and replaced the hardware. For the living room, we added new tile around the fireplace. Also throughout the house, we installed new-engineered hardwood floors on the main level.

What do the clients think of Atlanta Curb Appeal’s work?
The clients are overjoyed with the outcome. As you can see from the pictures, the results are like something out a magazine! Again and again, customers find our construction to be well done and solid. Our attention to detail has many clients coming back for more projects after they experience the quality of our work. We are so grateful we get to help homeowners’ turns their dreams into reality.

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If you have a bathroom or kitchen-remodeling project in East Cobb, Sandy Springs or the surrounding areas that you would like to get a free estimate for, call us today 770-778-1172.

 

 

 

10 Things To Ask Yourself Before A Bathroom Remodel

10 Things to Ask Yourself Before A Bathroom Remodel

1. Keep the same layout or expand? If the work requires a partial or full demolition, it’s a good idea to explore all of your options and possibilities.

2. In the shower, consider adding soap niches and/or a bench.

3. Consider tiling the walls all the way to the ceiling in the shower.

4. What kind of a door do you want for the shower? These days, the majority of our customers choose a frameless glass door (as shown in picture at top).

5. Add some accent tile in the shower walls and floor. You can also tie it to the vanity backsplash for consistency.

6. What style do you want for the new vanities, new mirrors and new light fixtures?

7. Consider backsplash around your bathtub.

8. Replace the bathroom window. Older windows date the room.

9. Make sure you have enough light by the vanities and in the shower. Recessed can lighting is one option.

10. Don’t forget a good quiet venting system.

 

Thanks for reading!

Atlanta Bathroom Remodeling

by Atlanta Curb Appeal

You Aren’t Going to Believe What This Customer Said About Our Bathroom Work

Recently, a client of ours called us back for a new job. After we were finished she left us a review online (scroll to the end of article to see it).  This month we also share ’10 Things to Ask Yourself Before Starting a Bathroom Remodel‘.

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The Back Story

Two years ago we had completed some interior paintwork for her. Recently, she realized that at some point in the future she was going to be selling her home and that her bathroom had never been updated.

Did you know that the two big things appraisers look at when estimating the value of a home is whether or not the kitchen and bathroom is updated?

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She called us in to give a quote, which we happily did. Our estimate ended up being half the cost of another bid. The reason we can do this is because Atlanta Curb Appeal is flexible when it comes to the needs or choices of our customers. She decided to pick out her own tile and fixtures and this brought down the price of the job.

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As in many cases, Atlanta Curb Appeal was able to expand the shower by removing some walls and utilizing some of the unused corner space. The finished product was a bathroom that was substantially larger and considerably more useful.

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This was a very cut and dry job, we did not encounter any challenges. It only took two weeks to complete. To say the client is thrilled is an understatement.

I have used Atlanta Curb Appeal twice now and have been very pleased on both occasions.  My first experience was to remove wallpaper and repaint my home.  Avi’s crew were punctual, respectful of my home and very neat and efficient.  I told him then that when the next project arose he would be my first call.  Needless to say his estimate was almost 1/2 of his competitor.  The next project which was just completed was the complete remodel of my master bath.  Wow, it is so gorgeous.  I liked that he allowed me to purchase all the materials and he quoted me just labor.  He always kept up with me on progress and my satisfaction with the work his sub-contractors were doing.  Never felt like I was alone and he answered any and all questions promptly.  He also uses top quality sub-contractors.  I liked them all and trusted them in my home.  My next project will be an exterior transformation and Avi and Atlanta Curb Appeal will be the only call I make.”

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Check out 10 Things You Need To Consider Before a Bathroom Remodel!

 

Thanks for reading!
Avi Moyal
770-778-1172
Atlanta Curb Appeal
http://www.atlantacurbappeal.com

 

Modern Bathroom Remodel by Atlanta Curb Appeal

Gorgeous Master Bathroom Remodel in Atlanta

Atlanta rain can be nice, especially when the pollen is covering our neighborhoods like a yellow sheet of snow. However, when it’s starts pouring inside the house, then you’ve got problems. This particular Atlanta Curb Appeal bathroom remodeling job started because a neighbor’s pipe burst in his condo in Buckhead.

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Marble Tile, Freestanding Soaking Tub

Unfortunately, the entire unit was flooded. The company handling the removal of drywalls and floors, D.O.N.E. Restoration of Marietta, gave us a call to see if we would be interested in helping out in the re-construction process. We fixed the missing drywall, painted the unit and replaced the hardwood floors. The customer was so happy with our work, he decided to go ahead and renovate the Master Bathroom.

Decisions to Be Made
First the client had to decide if he was going to keep the same layout or expand. If you are going to have to demolition the bathroom anyways, you should consider all possibilities. Together we came up with a plan to enlarge his bathroom by taking some of the square footage from a big walk-in closet located behind the shower. In this new space he was able to do a bigger shower, add a freestanding soaking tub (it is deeper than a standard tub) and a double vanity. This is the definition of modern comfort and luxury in today’s American home.

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Choosing Materials
Next came selecting the materials. The client himself picked out the new marble tile and thermostat faucets. This modern bathroom is like something out of the future. The water system has automatic temperature control directed by a computer behind the wall. This computer is connected to all the water valves for the shower and bath.

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Modern Shower Remembers Your Favorite Temperature

New Bathroom Technology
In the shower, we added the latest technology, a computer temperature control valve. These controlled valves not only keep the water the optimal temperature but also allow the user to preset according to your personal choice. These new showers have the added bonus of avoiding dangerous scalds.

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Bathroom Remodel in Buckhead by Atlanta Curb Appeal

As you can imagine it was a big challenge to install all of these components and pipes inside the walls and then connect them to the computer box. We built it so that you could fully access the back-end for future maintenance. Also before we installed the new shower and tub we had to change the water lines and drain system under the floor to make space for the new location of the tub and shower.

Job Time
This bathroom remodel time took 3 weeks. We did all the work from beginning to end. Including a big demolition.

In our next post we are going to discuss questions you should ask yourself when remodeling a bathroom.

Thanks for reading,
Avi Moyal,
Atlanta Curb Appeal (owner)
770-778-1172