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    5 Architect-Driven Designs to Try in Your Atlanta Custom Home

    5 Architect-Driven Designs to Try in Your Atlanta Custom Home

    It’s easy to fall into the trap of a cookie-cutter home these days, but if you’re looking for a more unique approach to architecture, you have options! As Atlanta’s premier custom home builders, we partner architect-driven design with construction expertise to create spaces in every home we build that are truly custom. You should be

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    Tips for Cleaning The Hardwood Floors in Your Sandy Springs GA Luxury Homes

    Tips for Cleaning The Hardwood Floors in Your Sandy Springs GA Luxury Homes

    We get it, things can get messy in custom homes in Sandy Springs! That’s why we also know that taking care of those beautiful hardwood floors installed by your trusted Sandy Springs custom home builders is a must. Check out these tips and trick to clean and take care of your stunning hardwoods: Click here

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    Top Lakes to Visit in the U.S. Including a Personal Favorite – Lake Oconee

    Top Lakes to Visit in the U.S. Including a Personal Favorite – Lake Oconee

    Right around the corner from your custom home in Atlanta, you’ll discover the beautiful Lake Oconee. Named one of the best lakes for golf by Travel + Leisure, Lake Oconee is halfway between Atlanta and Augusta. Your dream luxury custom home in GA could be near one of the most incredible lakes in the South.

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    ASHRAE GreenGuide: Four Editions, 10 Years, 158 GreenTips: e-book Made Available

    ATLANTA – When the first edition of the “ASHRAE GreenGuide” was first published 10 years ago, guidance on how practice green building design was not so readily available.

    “Since 2004, the industry has witnessed the continued evolution of green building programs from strictly voluntary to being both more in the industry mainstream as well as being mandatory in jurisdictions that adopted these for their building codes,” Tom Lawrence, a member of ASHRAE’s technical committee (TC 2.8) on building environmental impacts and sustainability, said.

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    Reflections on a Deep Energy Retro Fit Part #1

    Being a high performance builder, you have to practice what you preach. This summer we completed a deep energy retrofit to our 1976 California Contemporary. A beautiful home with huge vaulted ceilings, little insulation, and massive amounts of south facing glass designed to overheat the home during our hot summers. Since I have been studying / preaching Passive House, I used the following standards in my home:

    One of the first reflections my wife and I have had is the silence. It is extremely quiet. I don’t hear any ambient noise. I still hear a few birds chirping in the morning and the neighborhood rooster. There is no HVAC noise. No creaking when the wind blows. No rain noise at 3am when a storm blows in. No thumping of rap music when the NY Times delivery guy drives through the neighborhood at 4am. It has taken a while to get use to this sort of quiet.Next reflection I want to share is the general comfort. It was 9 degrees F the other morning. I was……. Click on Article to read the rest.

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Costs of Custom Homes

The first thing most people want to know is: What does it costs to build a 3000 sqft custom home in the Atlanta, GA. market?  The first thing you have to calculate is the square footage you want.  Once you have that, the numbers below give you a good starting point.

Adjusted Square Foot Calculation:

New Construction:

Renovations:

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