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7 Tips for Designing Your Forever Home

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Most people realize that not all homes are created equal. Some are starter homes, just meant to get your foot on the real estate ladder. Some are lock-up-and-go units, meant to be used by young jet setters and downsizing seniors who want a simple, no-fuss, low-maintenance lifestyle. Some, however, are forever homes — the kind of home where you can picture yourself raising a family, entertaining grandkids, and growing old.  

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Tags: CT Home Building, Design Trends, Aging in Place

5 Tips for Building and Customizing Your Perfect In-Law Suite

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Having a family member move into your home or property is a huge life change for all involved. Whether they’re an aging parent or a recent college graduate, you need to adjust your home to accommodate the new arrival. They need their own bedroom and bathroom at the very least. However, it may be ideal for them to have a space separate from the main house to afford you a measure of privacy. 

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Tags: CT Home Building, Home Remodeling, Aging in Place, Home Additions

How to Choose the Right Home Builder in Connecticut

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Many factors go into remodeling or building a house in Connecticut; one of the most important is choosing the right builder for you, your home, and your family.  

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Tags: Choosing a Contractor, CT Home Building, Living in Connecticut, Choosing the Right Builder

The Ultimate Guide to Attic Remodeling

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

In my family, the attic is a place to dump stuff. Old photo albums from Grandma, the baby crib with the cracked headboard, unwanted Christmas gifts, and old magazines we think we’ll read again but never do. 

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Tags: Home Additions

How Long Will It Take to Build A New Home in CT?

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Knowing how long it will take to build your Connecticut custom home is necessary to plan ahead for your life. You need to know when you can move in so you can pack, hire movers, ask for time off work, or make other preparations accordingly. You also may aim to have your home construction wrap up around a time of year when it will be easier to move (when the kids are out of school for the summer or during scheduled vacation time, for example).

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Tags: Homeowner Tips, Whole Home Remodeling, Building a Custom Home

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