AT6’s comprehensive home remodeling services are a perfect fit for clients who are looking for a turnkey solution to a stressful and daunting task. Remodeling, as opposed to building a custom home, requires an understanding of how modern upgrades and additions can work with existing homes from different eras, and how you can bring modern energy into an older home without losing its timeless character. Finding an experienced and skilled remodeling contractor is key to your project’s success.
AT6 began as an architecture firm so our team has the expertise to work on both small and large home renovations and is adept at handling complex structural changes and comprehensive systems upgrades. We guide you through improving the function and reimagining the look of your home, as well as through the many decisions and details involved in a home remodel.
Those decisions and details—including choosing fixtures, finishes, and equipment—can seem limitless and overwhelming, so we help bring them to a manageable level. While home remodeling is never stress-free, we try to provide as low-stress a process as possible by guiding you through all the choices, making recommendations, and then giving you ample time to make decisions.
Working with us gives you a single point of responsibility for the entire renovation project, and a more controlled process. The built-in efficiency of being a design build team also means we are accountable to all aspects of the process. You avoid the finger-pointing that can happen between the architect and contractor when something isn’t clear in the design or scope of work. We take care of details right up until we remove the last bit of dust and hand your keys back. One team, one trusted relationship.
Our combined expertise, efficiency, and accountability makes us an excellent choice as a home renovation contractor. Check out our Architecture, Construction, and Custom Home pages to learn more details about what to expect in each phase, and browse our portfolio of projects found throughout the Bay Area, particularly in San Francisco, Marin County, and the East Bay.