Outdoor Living Areas

Spring is here. Catch on with the latest trend. Build and outdoor living oasis and kitchen. Check out our decks and under decking options.

Imagine stepping out every morning to enjoy a cup of coffee. How about dining alfresco? Nothing beats a family cookout and a BBQ. We provide the foundation for building your outdoor living retreat.

An outdoor living area starts with a deck or patio and goes from there. There are all types of plans from creating an outdoor kitchen to adding beauty to your backyard.

  • Decks & Patios - One of the most sought after features on a home is a finished deck or patio. Nothing beats the beauty a finished wood deck.
  • Under Decking - Already have an upper deck or porch area? One of the easiest ways to create an outdoor living space is to add under decking to create a dry patio area below.

We have multiple solutions to get you started on your backyard paradise. All you need to do is add the grill and patio furniture. Enjoy sunsets and sunrises or add a hot tub. This is only touching the surface of what's possible.

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SPRAY FOAM INSULATION

Spray Foam Insulation is hailed as one of the greatest things you can do to make your home completely energy efficient.

By stopping small air leaks and making a barrier thats impermeable to moisture you will definitely notice a difference with this top of the line product.

  • Stop small air leaks
  • Impermeable to moisutre
  • Considered one of the best conventional insulations
  • Significant reduction in energy bills

BLOWN IN INSULATION

Traditional blown-in insulation is a cost effective way to keep your home comfortable no matter what season it is. If you're looking to lower your energy costs, while still on a budget, All Phase Home Services has the know how to properly insulate your home.

  • Economical
  • Help lower energy bills

What is Copperflect?

Copperflect is a highly innovative insulation product made with 99.99% pure copper. Copperflect is an innovative temperature control solution with a small-footprint installation process. Through the reflection of radiant heat from the sun during the warm months, and the trapping of desirable interior warmth during cooler seasons, Copperflect creates a comfortable living space year round while simultaneously reducing utility costs.

How does it work?

All Sedna Aire USA products start out with a 16 SEER rating before applying solar technology and grow to as much as 32 SEER. The amount of growth is dependent upon the energy supplied by your locations environment. In a sunny climate with temperatures of 85 degrees and above you should be well above 24 SEER.

  • When installed in attics and crawlspaces, Copperflect creates a radiant barrier, reflecting heat from the sun and enhancing indoor climate stability.
  • On a hot summer day, Copperflect actively reduces the absorption of heat from the sun into the living space by as much as 98%, resulting in a cool, comfortable living space.
  • During cooler months, the radiant heat barrier created by Copperflect drastically reduces the leakage of desirable interior heat from your home, lowering the cost required to maintain a pleasant, warm environment.
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WHY All Phase Home Services?

We are a team of dedicated professionals ready to listen, help and address your specific needs, goals and expectations.

We have been serving the greater metro Atlanta area over 20 years and maintain an A rating with the BBB and average 4.5 out of 5 stars on all other review sites.

Over 40% of our projects are with homeowners we have worked with before and another 20% are referrals.

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"If you are thinking of replacing windows, I wanted to share what an excellent job All Phase did. We love our new windows with the film. I like natural light, but our home office was blinding in the morning. Now, you can actually see the computer screen."

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