When you’re buying or remodeling a home, the task of finding service providers can be challenging. I have a depth of personal experience in the Atlanta, Georgia real estate market and I know what sells. Call or e-mail me and my team of Atlanta real estate agents, and we will be glad to provide a list of contractors that can help you with your home needs- from architects to plumbers, to landscapers.
Helpful Building and Remodeling Websites
http://www.remodeling.hw.net/ features an annual Cost vs. Value survey that compares the average cost of popular remodeling projects and their value at resale in U.S. markets.
For aesthetic advice three of my favorite sites are Home and Garden Television at www.hgtv, www., houzz.com, and Pinterest at https://www.pinterest.com/categories/home_decor/
For DIY tips, tricks, blogs, and more check out this handy home improvement guide: http://www.reviewlab.com/home-improvement-guide/
Building and Planning Departments
Your local building and planning departments are the best places to find out what is and isn’t allowed to be done to your property. For example, some homes in Fulton and DeKalb counties and their incorporated areas are in historic districts which require following certain guidelines. An appointment with your local city or county planner can put you on the right track and help fill in the details for you.
Planning Department: http://www.planningdekalb.net/, 404-371-2155
Preservation Planner: David Cullison, 404-371-2155
Fulton County Planning and Community Services
Fulton County GA, Planning and Community Services:
City of Atlanta GA, Office of Zoning & Development (Formerly: Office Of Planning):
City of Atlanta GA, Urban Design Commission, (historic designation):
City of Avondale Estates
Permitting Concierge Coordinator, Phil Howard, 404-294-5400
Historic Preservation: http://www.avondaleestates.org/historic-preservation.html