24 June 2020
One advantage of building a custom home is the ability to customize the space to your liking. Pre-built or cookie-cutter homes rarely suit all the needs of the buyer. However, with custom homes, you can choose unique finishes, building materials, and even a custom floor plan. Customization also allows you to incorporate hidden or secret rooms into your design. As you plan, consider these practical hidden rooms that would be a great addition to your new home.
22 June 2020
If you need to have your windshield replaced, you may be dreading the service call. This is especially true if you think you need to take your car to a glass shop for the replacement. Luckily, that's not the case. You can have your windshield replaced by a mobile windshield service. They'll come to you. Here are four reasons a mobile windshield replacement service is your best option. It Saves You Time
29 April 2020
Have you always loved the simplicity of homes that were built during America's Colonial Era? Maybe you have even seen places like the Josiah Dwight House in Deerfield, Massachusetts and the William Brown House in Edgewater, Maryland in real life. Those homes and other Colonial-style homes might have inspired you to model your new home's custom exterior after that early American look. If you want more ideas that might help you to design the home of your dreams, keep reading.
11 March 2020
Custom homes are unique to the owner since every element from the flooring to the paint color can be completely customized. However, if you want your home to feel even more unique to your aesthetic, it is important to be mindful of which other personalizations you can add. Here are three tips to make your custom home even more personalized. 1. Choose A Signature Scent Scent can be a powerful force in how a home feels to visitors, so think about choosing a signature scent for your house.
22 January 2020
A garage can be a great space, and you can turn this into usable space around your home. If you are looking to improve the garage so it can be more of a workspace and a hangout area, a few changes can make big improvements. If the garage has exposed studs and isn't drywalled in, you will want to start there. Here are some of the options to look into adding to the space so that it's more enjoyable to use and to also help turn it into the area you imagine.