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

7 Questions to Ask When Hiring a Home Remodeler in Central CT

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Nowadays, most home remodeling starts with a Google search. Homeowners looking for contractors type in something like "home renovation jobs near me," and a list of local candidates pops up instantly. The tricky part is sorting through that list. Your choices might seem more or less the same on a computer screen, but in reality, they may be vastly different. That's why it's essential to meet your candidates, ask questions, and identify reliable remodelers from the ones that will leave you high and dry. 

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Tags: Home Renovations, Choosing a Contractor, Whole Home Remodeling, Choosing the Right Builder

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

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