Features to Consider When Building a Custom Home

Building a custom home is a bit different than buying a new home in a development. The biggest plus to a custom-built home is the versatility you have in deciding which features you want. There are many different options to consider incorporating into your custom home design. Too many to list here, actually. That’s why we’re highlighting some common and several unique features homeowners like to see in their new homes.
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Instead of Downsizing, “Age-in-Place” with These Home Remodeling Ideas

As Baby Boomers are reaching retirement age, many are now opting for ways they can adapt their homes for the future instead of having to downsize to apartments, condos or townhomes. They refer to this as “aging in place,” and with some careful planning these homeowners are doing some home remodeling instead of moving. If this is something you would like to consider for your retirement years, we have some ideas on how you can remodel your home.
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Things to Consider Before Remodeling Your Home

The most successful home remodeling projects begin with a well-thought-out plan. Unless you have experience with construction, new or renovation, you may need some guidance before you go full speed ahead with a remodel. In this blog post, we will identify some key points for planning a successful house remodeling project.
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Selecting a Design Plan That’s Right for You

You are interested in building a new home or adding an addition to your existing home… how do you select a design plan that’s right for you? Everyone has different tastes in home styles. Design needs will also vary based on where one is in life – single, newly married, starting a family or downsizing.  Answering these 7 questions will help you in your home design selection.

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Incorporating Energy Efficiency into Your New Home Construction or Remodel Project

Energy efficiency is almost always at the top of a homeowner’s list of desirable home features. It doesn’t matter if you are building a new home or renovating your current home, there are things you can do to make sure your house is utilizing solutions that are energy efficient. Not only will you be doing your part in preserving the environment, you’ll be saving money. We will outline some of the top things you can do to make your home more “green” when it comes to energy use.
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The Top Residential Home Construction Trends for 2018

Are you someone who likes to follow trends? If so, you may have noticed that trends relating to residential home construction have changed very rapidly. Much of the flurry is related to today’s lifestyle preferences and are geared toward greater comfort and functionality. Here are some of the top trends we are seeing in the residential construction arena.
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Remodeling Ideas

I don’t want to disclose this to you, but designers don’t adhere to a confidential guideline book. There are no rigid laws representing what we do. We are imaginative sorts by nature and lean towards envision, dream and investigate taking to our instincts. Having said that, there are some rough concepts that guarantee an awesome result each time without fail. They are simply attempted and fact-based things that work and these aren’t tricks or expertise that take years to ace. Anybody can do them from the very first moment. Think about this as an establishment for building up your own particular peculiar, imaginative, guideline breaking instinct. Continue Reading

How do you define Construction Timelines

First questions we get when talking to clients about a new custom home or remodel is, “How much will it cost?” This is usually quickly followed by the second question, “How long will it take?” The answer to both is, “It depends.”

While we don’t want to be evasive, there are many variables that have to be factored in before we can adequately assess the time and cost of a project. One thing that most homeowners don’t see initially is that for a properly planned and designed project, the design and construction phases can last roughly the same amount of time. Continue Reading