With over three decades of experience we remain committed to excellent craftsmanship and superior customer service. Integrity is important to us. We pride ourselves on preparing realistic, detailed proposals based on accurate costs. Our seamless design / build process insures that your project will be completed within your budget and timeline.

We want you to be so glad you hired us that you’d do it again.

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1830 Dekalb Ave
Atlanta GA 30307
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Testimonials

Druid Hills Exterior Remodel - Moody/Thun

"Over a period of nearly 20 years, SCAL has done two different jobs for us. We have been unfailingly satisfied with SCAL’s work. We feel we’ve gotten excellent value for our money. We have been delighted with everything about both projects, and we know we’re fortunate to be clients of SCAL."

Lynne Moody & Michael Thun View Project

Medlock Park Kitchen - Easton/Same Medlock Park Whole House Renovation - Easton/Same

"All of the employees were masters at their particular role and the final product showcases their talent and dedication to getting the job done correctly, on budget, and on time.  In fact, our project beat the deadline by two weeks." 

Terry E. & Theresa S. View Project


Midtown Loft Renovation - McKinght

"People that are unaware of the fact that this Foyer has been renovated cannot believe that it has not always been this way. When we point it out to these same people, we try to show them what exactly SCAL did, but it is difficult to get them to see where the old ended and the new began. I do not know of a better compliment than that."

Swan and Jim McKnight View Project

Druid Hills Whole House Remodel - Smith/Kraftchick Druid Hills Exterior Renovation - Smith/Kraftchick Druid Hills Garage Addition - Smith/Kraft

“I like the fact that SCAL handles all the details from beginning to end. The fact that we are three time repeat customers says it all about the folks at SCAL. I am only saddened by the fact that there is nothing left now to redo. ” 

Carol Smith & Steve Kraftchick View Project