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

I Want to Build a Custom Home. Who Do I Talk To?

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Homeownership is part of the American Dream, and having a custom home built for you takes that dream to the next level. But, you may be wondering, “where do I start when building a home?” That’s a great question and, lucky for you, the answer is relatively simple: you start with the basics. 

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Tags: Living in Connecticut, Home Building Cost, Building a Custom Home

10 Things You Should Ask Your Home Builder or Remodeler

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Have you been considering building a new home or remodeling your current home to fit your future needs? Either way, the process can be exciting or stressful — sometimes a bit of both — and the quality of your experience often depends on who you hire as your builder.

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Tags: CT Home Building, Choosing the Right Builder, Building a Custom Home

Choosing the Right Floor Plan—How Needs Can Evolve Over Time

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Chances are that when you begin planning to build a new home in the Wallingford, Connecticut area that you have a pretty good idea of the kind of home you want. If you like to entertain, you may want a floor plan that gives you a larger kitchen with easy access to a family room. If your entertaining style is a little more formal, you may want a plan that offers you a separate, formal dining room.

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Tags: Building a Custom Home

How to Budget For a Connecticut Custom Home or Remodel

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Your home has been looking a bit dated. As you think of ways to refresh it, remember to keep your expenditure in line with the return on investment you’re looking for. It’s critical to have a realistic budget for what you want to accomplish, whether you're looking to remodel or build. Spend too much and you can find yourself in the very uncomfortable position of not being able to afford other things your want or need. Spend too little and you won’t end up with the results you want.

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Tags: Finance & Budgeting, Building a Custom Home

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