3 Home Design Styles for Your CT Home Remodel: What’s Your Style

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

A home without a cohesive vision is disjointed, confusing, and anything but the haven of fun and relaxation you want to create. Tackle this issue upfront by familiarizing yourself with popular styles of interior design in Connecticut and choosing one (or two) to base your home's aesthetic around. Your style choice will be your guiding principle as you seek to build the home of your dreams. 

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Tags: Home Remodeling, Design Trends, Whole Home Remodeling

10 Central CT Breweries to Explore This Fall

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

What's better than a fall drive through the color-soaked landscape of Connecticut? A fall drive with a smooth, refreshing beer waiting for you at the end!

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Tags: 55+ Communities in CT, Living in Connecticut

How to Turn Your Central CT Home Remodel into a Smart Home

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

There's a lot to love about older homes: the character, built-to-last construction, charm, and history. Still, sometimes the technology (or lack thereof) stands in the way of your homeownership dreams. Don't despair! Your house doesn't have to be brand new to feel fresh and modern. You can bring both form and function into the 21st century with smart home remodeling. 

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Tags: Design Trends, Remodeling Tips, Building a Custom Home

5 Advantages of Living in Connecticut

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

You're considering a move to Connecticut. But before you do, you want to know: 

Is Connecticut a good place to live?

It's a fair question — for us, the answer is, "Yes!" As a family-owned business based in the Nutmeg State for almost four decades, of course, we like it here. But that's not important; what's important is whether you like it here. Can you see yourself starting a new chapter in Connecticut? Find out by reviewing the advantages of Connecticut living!

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Tags: Living in Connecticut, Building a Custom Home

Home Additions in Connecticut: How to Plan and What to Do

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Change is a law of nature. Seeds become trees and cocooned caterpillars butterflies; rivers cut solid rock into canyons; mountains crumble into boulders, then rocks, then pebbles, until they are no more than flakes of sand swirling in the ocean. This law is ubiquitous. You see the evidence of it working in your life as you grow and evolve. New opportunities, family members, or needs enter your life and alter your course irrevocably.

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Tags: Home Additions

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