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Pros and Cons of First-Floor Master Suites

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

In recent years there has been a trend toward locating Master Suites in new homes on the main (or first) level. There are some pretty compelling reasons for this trend (and it’s a trend that doesn’t seem to be going away). But is locating your Master Suite on the first floor the right move for you? Let's take a look at the pros and cons of first-floor master suites. Then you can decide for yourself.

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Tags: Building a Custom Home, Aging in Place, Home Additions

5 Tips for Designing a 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 jetsetters 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: Design Trends, Aging in Place

55+ and Building for a Bright Future in Middletown

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

You’ve heard people saying it: “60 is the new 40!” Maturing today looks a lot different than it did a generation ago. People approaching retirement age are a lot more active today than they were just a few decades ago. They’re more likely to look for their mountain bike than their rocking chair.

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Tags: 55+ Communities in CT, Middletown, Aging in Place

Why CT Homeowners Win When Builders Earn Awards

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

We all like to win. And we all like to get a little bit of acknowledgement for a job well done. But when it comes to building homes in Connecticut, who really wins when an award is handed out? What do awards really prove?

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Tags: Choosing the Right Builder, Aging in Place, Company News

Aging In Place Remodeling In Connecticut: Universal Design For the Bedroom

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

As we age, our needs change. That means our current home may not serve us as well as it used to. Whether you are considering staying in your home long into your golden years, or you’re just talking to Mom or Dad about moving in with you when they sell the house—universal design is an important theme to know about.

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Tags: Aging in Place, Remodeling Tips

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