16 Facts About Insulation in Connecticut

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Insulation is one of those things that you never think about, if it’s doing the job correctly. Like plumbing and electrical, it’s critical to your home’s comfort and functionality, but it’s not something you will ever see, admire or tell your friends about. However, while insulation is one of the more unloved products in your home, it’s also very important, and here’s why:

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The Quick Guide to Home Security

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Home security is a growing concern, no matter where you happen to live. Everyone wants the assurance that their home is safe and secure, but at the same time, you want your home security systems to be unobtrusive and virtually invisible.

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Making a Grand Entrance: 4 Ideas for Revamping Your Connecticut Home Entryway

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

The entryway of your Connecticut home gives your family, friends and guests a strong impression about your home. If you’ve been lavishing attention on other areas of your home, such as your kitchen or the new addition, that entryway may be showing sad signs of neglect—and it’s time to correct that!

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Bedroom Basics: Choosing the Right Wall Treatments for Your Middletown Master Bedroom

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

If you’re beginning to renovate your master bedroom, you may be looking for ideas that go beyond a large picture above the headboard of your bed. It’s time to get imaginative, and a Middletown home renovation that includes some of these ideas is bound to be a winner! 

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Make a Playroom from Unused Space in Your Wallingford Custom Home

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

It’s time. Now that you and your partner have children, all their toys are scattered from one end of your current house to the other—or that’s what it feels like. What you need is a room set aside for them, their playtime and all their books, toys and painful-to-step-on building bricks. But what if your new Wallingford custom home doesn’t include a playroom? Well, with just a little imagination and closer study of those building plans, you’ll be able to come up with some excellent ideas. 

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Tags: Home Renovations, Choosing a Contractor, Building a Custom Home

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