About Us

Meet the Owner

Besty Braddock

Betsy Braddock moved to Atlanta as a child in 1977. She went to college at the Georgia Institute of Technology and was a member of the Phi Mu sorority. After earning her degree in Management with certificates in Finance and Building Construction, Betsy went to work in commercial real estate for Post Properties, Inc. She worked her way up through management and was passionate about opportunities for challenge and growth. After this, Betsy joined her father at his modeling company in 1999. Here, Betsy saw an opportunity to move Braddock Built Renovations to the coast of North Carolina in 2007 and is now the sole owner. Her award winning company is one of the only construction firms specializing in renovations in the coastal Carolinas. These many years have only added to Betsy’s passion for her job—helping people is one of her primary objectives in life. In her view, helping people with one of their most cherished assets (their homes) is her significant contribution to her community. Betsy is an incredibly active member of her community and serves on many boards and committees including the Property and Grounds Committee, the Flower Guild, the Columbarium and Memorial Garden Committee, and the Brunswick County Home Builders Association. Betsy is a proud single-mother and dog lover. Beyond parenting, work, and volunteering, Betsy enjoys golfing, gardening, entertaining, working out, walking the dogs, reading, and traveling.

Betsy Braddock, residential and commercial remodeler

25

+

Years Experience

20

+

POH Diamond Awards

7

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HBA Star Awards

100

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Thrilled Clients

OUR SPECIALTIES

Founded in Atlanta in 1994, and currently serving the Coastal Carolinas, Braddock Built Renovations specializes in residential and commercial design and construction including:

  • Building additions
  • Elevators and Decks
  • Commercial build-outs
  • New construction
  • Whole-house renovations
  • Kitchen and bathroom remodeling

OTHER EXPERTISE

  • Window and door replacement
  • Structural modifications
  • Design and space flow
  • Aging in place modifications
  • Subcontractor brokering