With all our Atlanta green home renovations, we thrive on the challenges presented by restorations and additions. As the leading Atlanta Home Remodeling company, We believe in our mission of “comprehensiveness”, and our clients reap its rewards. Craftsmanship with the work ethic and passion of yesteryear teaming with the modern technological advances of today create stunning living environments while remaining true to the structures “period” yet enhanced with sustainable products for energy efficiency and today’s modern lifestyle of healthier living.
Being true believers in planet happy change, we embrace Atlanta green home renovations with a passion. Relieving our community of a heavy carbon footprint is taking the small steps necessary to becoming an eco-friendly world.
Taking an older home built as far back as the 19th century, rehabilitating and often enlarging it so that it meets modern standards for sustainable living while maintaining its visual appearance to please historic home commissions, requires passion, craftsmanship, patience and expertise. At Eco Custom Homes® we have these things in abundance. Invite us to share our knowledge and expertise as preferred Atlanta custom green home builders to show you how sustainable changes can be beautiful and add value to your existing home through home remodeling. Contact us today to set up an appointment for a “green” consultation consultation or modern homes in Atlanta with one of our experts.
Chattahoochee River Home
During the flood of 2009, this home had 42” of water on the main level. During the restoration of this home we were also charged to update the home to fit the aging clients and to increase the level on indoor quality, due to chronic allergies. Every piece of plywood / sheetrock 54” and lower were removed from the home...
1976 California Contemporary Basement Remodel
With extensive knowledge in sustainability and energy efficiency, Eco Custom Homes comprehensively alleviated mold and moisture issues found in a 1976 California Contemporary basement. Like countless basements, condensation on windows seeped through, visibly expressing moisture. Moisture led to mold issues which produced odor associated with dampness within the space.
Grant Park Renovation
The Beims Residence speaks for the unique aspects of the Eco Custom Homes’ portfolio. The residence is located in the Grant Park Historical District, one of Atlanta, Georgia’s oldest neighborhoods. During the Atlanta 1996 Olympics, the clients opened their home to serve a Bed & Breakfast Inn.
Virginia Highlands Kitchen Remodel
The Adams Residence is a beautiful Bungalow in Virginia Highland, one of Atlanta, Georgia’s eye-catching neighborhoods. The residence was built in 1930’s has undergone numerous renovations, yet it still retains many of the original features.
Eco Custom Homes of Atlanta welcomed the opportunity to serve the Adams by designing a stylish yet family-friendly renovation of the existing kitchen and combining it with an update of a 30-year-old sunroom renovation.
Historic Druid Hills Addition
The Keenan Residence speaks for the unique aspects of the Eco Custom Home’s portfolio. The residence is located in the Druid Hills Historic District, one of Atlanta, Georgia’s oldest neighborhoods. The residence was built in 1920’s and still retains many of its charming characteristics.
1890s Decatur Home
This late 19th century home was converted into a multifamily rental property in the 1970s ruining many of the period details. Our goal was to restore it back into a period appropriate yet fully modern and sustainable single family home. We performed a limited deconstruction exposing the original 12-foot ceilings and revealing a pair of pocket doors. We also salvaged two claw foot bath tubs and most of the windows. The home now looks original both inside and out but with a modern lifestyle in mind.
1920s Kit Home
This craftsman cottage was purchased in a dilapidated, but original condition from the daughter of the first owner of the home. It came with all interior details, including gravity floor furnaces and knob and tube wiring. Our goal was to keep the house as original as possible, but to replace and reconfigure its floor plan and systems to modern standards. This home is located in the historic Oakhurst District of the City of Decatur.
1926 Stone Cottage in Historic Grant Park
This cottage was in very poor condition with bad water damage to the living room floor. We replaced the sub floor and floor joists and salvaged much of the original hardwood floors, with reclaimed white oak flooring being used as a match when we couldn't.
We found that this home had been a showpiece after we removed 20 years of back yard overgrowth revealing beautiful terracing and hardscaping.