Control Your Remodeling Budget

April 1, 2016

One of the most important aspects to remodeling is knowing—and controlling—your budget. There are so many variables that go into determining the cost of a project. Here are a few things that will affect the cost of remodeling: Size and scope of your project Project cost will vary depending on the size of the roomRead More

Think to the Future When Remodeling

September 7, 2015

Where can you find inspiration for your remodeling project? Many homeowners research books, magazines or the Internet to get inspired. If you put in the time to research and build a list of what you like—with pictures— you will have a better sense of which professional can help you achieve your goals. Five Reasons to Remodel:Read More

Remodeling Ideas That Make More of Space You Have

May 6, 2014

When planning a remodeling project, there are often constraints that need to be considered, such as the amount that can be committed to the project or concerns for the lack of space available to work with. A good, reliable contractor can address all of these issues before beginning.   To get you started, we haveRead More

Check References When Remodeling

April 30, 2014

To protect yourself when remodeling, always check the contractor’s references. This is an essential stage of qualifying the right person for your project.    Here are just a few questions to ask previous customers: Could they communicate well with the remodeler? Were they pleased with the quality of work? (This is a tough question, however,Read More

Prep Your Landscape for Spring Blooms

March 20, 2013

Photo Courtesy: King Landscaping Spring is in the air and soon our temperatures will be warming and our spring bulbs will start blooming. Since spring brings with it a burst of color after a long drab winter, making the most of the new colors and life can be simple and well worth it. To setRead More

Remodeling? Insist on a Contract

December 27, 2012

Be sure the contract includes the contractor’s name, address, phone and license number (if applicable). Detail what the contractor will and will not do. Your contractor should detail a list of materials for the project in your contract. This includes size, color, model, brand name and product. The contract should include the approximate start dateRead More

Surviving Home Remodeling with Allergies

July 31, 2012

The National Association of the Remodeling Industry is providing tips to homeowners on how to prevent a remodeling project from becoming an allergenic nightmare, since it is estimated that 36 million Americans have allergies. Dust and mites are stirred up in the air, and are the two main causes of allergic reactions during a remodelingRead More

MOSAIC Group Follows NARI Code of Ethics

July 24, 2012

We’ve all met the “guy up the street” who buys a truck, a toolbox and a business card and calls himself a remodeler. We’ve all met the “guy up the street” who buys a truck, a toolbox and a business card and calls himself a remodeler. Since your home is your biggest asset, you needRead More

Easy Ways to go Green

July 18, 2011

MOSAIC Group Guest Blogger: Morgan Zenner, Marketing & Communications Coordinator, National Association of the Remodeling Industry Going green doesn’t have to cost a lot of money. The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) offers easy ways to conserve energy and do your part to protect the world’s non-renewable resources. Here are some easy waysRead More

Avoid Horror Stories: Tips on Selecting a Qualified Remodeler

October 25, 2010

You’ve thought your remodeling project through from start to finish. You have determined what you want to achieve, have a realistic budget, and know when the job needs to be completed. Finding a qualified Atlanta remodeling company to do the work is an equally important step. We’ve all heard horror stories about remodeling projects goneRead More