NARI Atlanta, the local chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, will present its Ninth Annual Tour of Remodeled Homes Saturday, Sept. 15, from 10 a.m. â€“ 4 p.m.
Several private homes transformed by NARI Atlanta members throughout Atlantaâ€™s northern suburbs will be open to the public. The tour is self-guided and will be held rain or shine. Advance tickets (purchased now through Sept. 14) are $20 and tickets purchased the day of the tour are $25. They are available at www.atlantaremodelingtour.com and at each home on the tour during the event.
Two homes in Dunwoody and one in Sandy Springs are included on the tour. Tour Homes have been remodeled by the following NARI members:
Harbour Towne Construction, Inc. (Dunwoody) â€“ The homeowners wanted to upgrade their kitchen with new cabinetry and appliances. Harbour Towne Construction redesigned the kitchen to open it up to the living room and added a large kitchen island along with new cabinets. In addition, a portion of the garage was closed in to create a mudroom. The beautiful new kitchen features expanded counter space, higher-end appliances and a much better flow for cooking and entertaining. The remodeling project includes work by NARI Atlanta members Dove Studio Kitchen & Bath and Wellborn Cabinet.
Master Home Remodelers (Sandy Springs) â€“ This mid-century modern home owned by a NARI contractor boasts a number of beautiful and unique architectural features. Portions of the interior, however, were showing their age. Tour attendees will see the dramatic transformation of an outdated master bath into a beautiful and relaxing new space.
Weidmann & Associates, Inc. (Dunwoody) â€“ The homeowners wanted to transform their outdated, nonfunctional basement into several distinct areas, including a â€śman cave,â€ťa playroom for their young grandchildren and a private guest suite. Much of the design phase was spent determining the best way to maximize the space as well as to ensure that the guest suite and kitchen could accommodate the homeowners and guests of all ages.
Two other homes featured in the tour are located in Marietta.