The 9 Hottest Trends In Home Building

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Are trends really important when building a new home in Connecticut? First, it's important to distinguish between a trend and a fad. Fads come and go. What's popular this year may not be popular next year. 

 

True trends, on the other hand, are changes in the way things are done. They are a response to what people consider important for their homes. Trends tend to stick around. Here's a look at nine of the hottest trends we're observing in the home building industry.

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Tags: Home Building Trends

The Tile Guide: Types, Sizes, Patterns and More

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Tiles are one of the few construction products you can find in nearly every building, whether it’s a home, an office or an institutional structure. They’re so ubiquitous, in fact, that most of us don’t even notice them. Unless they are absolutely hideous! Most people also don’t really know what their tile options are.

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Tags: Remodeling Tips, Home Building Trends, Building a Custom Home

Should Trends Influence Your CT Homebuilding or Remodeling Decisions?

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

The housing industry (which includes both builders and buyers) has always paid attention to current trends. If you’re doing research before building or remodeling a home, you’ll find no shortage of information about “What’s Hot and What’s Not” when it comes to current trends.

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Tags: Home Building Trends, Building a Custom Home, Building vs. Remodeling

The History of Cobblestones, and Their Use in Paving for Your Connecticut Home

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Cobblestones. They’re beautiful, and they instantly bring to mind winding lanes through misty villages. They’re also tricky to walk on, and the cause of many a twisted ankle.

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Tags: Exterior Remodeling, Home Building Trends, Home Materials

What You Don't Know About Hardwood Flooring Can Hurt You

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

When you hire a contractor to do your hardwood flooring, you need to make sure the job is done right. There are a few things in particular that we’ve noticed about contractor jobs that don’t pan out so great. In this post we’ll go over a few of them, and how they affect the quality of the finished work. As usual, it pays to hire the best contractor in Middletown when doing major work to your house. The little details make a big difference in the longevity and look of your finished home. 

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Tags: Home Renovations, Middletown, Home Building Trends, Flooring

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