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

Lumber, Appliances, & More: What Could Affect Your Remodeling Project

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

You’re ready for a remodel. You’ve realized that your home, though you love it, is no longer meeting your needs. Maybe you need more room for a growing family, a work-from-home office, or perhaps you simply want to give your space a fresh new look. Either way, you’ve spent time contemplating what you need and what you want; now, you’re ready to take the first steps towards making your home remodel happen.

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Tags: Home Remodeling, Home Building Cost, Home Materials

Examples of Scope Creep: A New or Remodeled Wallingford Home

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

There’s an uncomfortable truth about remodeling your Connecticut home: It costs money. We occasionally meet with prospective clients who have great ideas for what they want to do to improve their homes in the Wallingford area—only to be frustrated when their lack of funds get in the way. Some of what I’m going to share will sound counter-intuitive for a builder/remodeler. Obviously, we make our money when we work on projects for clients. But seeing clients get in over their heads financially just isn’t the right solution for anybody. Here are a few ways you can avoid getting yourself into financial difficulty with your remodeling dreams.

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Tags: Home Remodeling, Scope Creep, Remodeling Tips

What You Should Know About A Colonial Style Home

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

A considerable number of the homes we build in the Wallingford area are what would be considered Colonial style homes. But just what does a Colonial style floor plan look like? Are all American colonial architecture pretty much the same? And how might that impact you when choosing the right floor plan for your new Connecticut home? Let’s take a look at some of the similarities and differences that may influence your choice of floor plans.

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

Designing a Luxurious Master Bedroom

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

If you could create your dream master bedroom, what design features would it have?When you build your own home, you have the opportunity to add in features which will make your private sleeping space much more luxurious. Your bedroom is a place where you will spend many hours of your life,so why not make it as comfortable and enjoyable as possible?

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Tags: Home Remodeling, Remodeling Tips, Home Building Trends

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