5 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 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

4 Design Ideas for Your Master Bathroom

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

One of the most important rooms in your home is one that your guests may never see. And yet, it can have a huge impact on your life at home. We’re talking about your master bathroom. Whether you’re building a new Connecticut home, or remodeling your existing home, this room deserves some special attention. Here are a few design ideas that can make that most private of rooms in your house truly special.

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Tags: Bathroom Remodeling, Design Trends

Seven Master Bathroom Trends For Your Connecticut Home

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

 
Connecticut homeowners are paying much more attention to a room in their homes that once was overlooked. It used to be that people didn’t even talk about their bathrooms—much less give them extra attention. That’s all changed.
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Tags: Bathroom Remodeling, Design Trends

How to Make Your Home Pet-Friendly

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

According to a 2017-2018 National Pet Owners Survey conducted by the American Pet Products Association, 68 percent of US households own a pet. 85 million American households have a pet! It's obvious that pets are important to us, but do our homes reflect our affection?Here's a look at how to make your home pet-friendly.

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Tags: Design Trends

Energy Efficiency in Your CT Home: The Good News and the Better News

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

It’s hard to find a homeowner these days who isn’t concerned about energy efficiency. That’s not surprising when you consider that after your mortgage, money spent on energy for your home is probably your biggest monthly expense. On average, American homeowners spend nearly $2,000 a year on energy bills. About half of that pays just for heating and cooling.

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Tags: Design Trends, Green Remodeling, Building a Custom Home, Energy Savings

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