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#1920sMakeoverATL partner Cosentino

#1920sMakeoverATL partner Cosentino

Solid surface materials that are durable look great! In the NEWS and on the WEB Solid surface materials that are durable look great! Solid surfaces are another name for countertops, however, they don't always have to be used as countertops. Our partner, Consentino...

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#1920sMakeoverATL partner Clean Vapor

#1920sMakeoverATL partner Clean Vapor

Table of ContentsWhy Radon control matterIssues with a 1920s HouseIn the NEWS and on the WEB Why Radon control matter Radon is the 2nd leading cause of lung cancer in the US, only to beat out by cigarette smoking. In some areas like Atlanta, where we are constructing...

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#1920sMakeoverATL partner HELVEX

#1920sMakeoverATL partner HELVEX

Table of ContentsWater Efficiency saves on water and energy HELVEX design grade plumbing fixturesIn the NEWS and on the WEB Water Efficiency saves on water and energy Since this house is in the city of Atlanta, we have to worry about high water costs along with...

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#1920sMakeoverATL partner LG Squared

#1920sMakeoverATL partner LG Squared

Why SawHorse chose LG Squared for this projectContent from LG SquaredIn the NEWS and on the WEB Why SawHorse chose LG Squared for this project Jodi and Chris Laumer-Giddens are the top residential green architects in Atlanta. We needed a design team that was able to...

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Tour of a 1920’s Makeover in Atlanta- [Getting Started]

Top ways to save lumber on job sites

The current pandemic along with increased demand for housing and lumber tariffs have created the perfect storm for contractors. Lumber costs have up significantly over the last year. While you cannot completely avoid the increase in costs, there is still a little...

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Do I need a building permit in the City of Atlanta?

Do I need a building permit in the City of Atlanta?

Table of contentsTypes of projects that might need a permitLicensing requirementsApplicable CodesTypical plans needed to pull a permitWhole house renovation (interior being gutted to the studs)Bathroom renovation (no structural alteration) The answer is most likely...

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