North Alabama's #1 residential design-build firm offering award-winning remodeling designs and exceptional personal service throughout construction.

See the ARC Design-Build difference in inspired residential design customized to create incredible living spaces. With ARC as your point-of-contact and manager during construction, you have an expert holding your hand and advocating for you, ensuring a smooth process and an unbelievable result, a home you will treasure for years to come.

Services Provided
design-build remodeling, decks, patios, sunrooms, whole house remodels/additions, kitchen and bath remodeling, master suite additions, living and dining, garages, attics, basements, man caves, laundry rooms, guest suites, bedrooms, luxury remodeling, architectural design, architect, historic renovation and restoration, contemporary desgn, second story additions, outdoor living, outddoor kitchens

Areas Served
Huntsville/Madison County, Morgan County, Limestone County and surrounding counties

Certifications and Awards
Winner of 21 Alabama Remodeling Excellence (AREA) Awards in the past 6 years including Best in Show in 2009 and 2014 and winner of a Silver medal in the 2014 Professional Remodeler Design Awards.
Madison County Full Service Remodeling Specialist - Best Of Houz

Contact: ARC Design-Build
Location: 703 Beirne Ave.
Huntsville, AL 35801
Typical Job Costs: $5000 - 50000
Depending on project type and complexity, our typical fee is 10% of construction budget for project design and another 5% for construction administration.
Commented: Mirror I'm glad you got an answer...I got a notification of the question but i don't recognize the project,not one of ours. I agree the mirror is great. Hard to tell but the one in the photo seems very simple...
October 22, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: Really tall plain house looks awkward. One thing you could change immediately is the door color. Normally a bright contrasting door color is a great idea, but until you can add shutters and landscaping, this red is just a little too bright....
September 15, 2014 in Design Dilemma  
Commented: In which direction should I run my wood floor?!?! I wouldn't change out living and dining room either. It seems like in keeping with good traffic flow you would want the dining room next to the kitchen. I am interested in hearing Nikolas's reason as to...
September 15, 2014 in Design Dilemma  
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