Confessions of a Custom Homebuilder: "What I Wish Clients Had Told Me."

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Building custom homes is a pretty unique activity, even among builders. Being the company that translates clients’ hopes and dreams into a real home is a big responsibility and a massive undertaking.

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Tags: Choosing a Contractor, Homeowner Tips, Building a Custom Home

Is Compromising With Your Builder Good or Bad?

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Is it a good thing or a bad thing to compromise with your contractor when building a new home? Sometimes homeowners are under the impression if they aren’t tough negotiators they won’t get what they want.

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Tags: Finance & Budgeting, Homeowner Tips, Choosing the Right Builder, Building a Custom Home

How Long Will It Take to Build A New Home in CT?

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

When you’re building a new home, it can be hard to contain your excitement, and most new home owners simply cannot wait to go from empty lot to completed home. That’s probably why the time frame to build a new home is such a common question. Here are a few things you need to know about things that affect how long your new home will take to build:

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

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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Tags: Home Renovations, Homeowner Tips, Home Additions, Building a Custom Home

Understanding Pricing Fluctuations in Your Area

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

One of the biggest reasons for caution when it comes to building a new home is the concern that price fluctuations may have an impact on the final price you pay. On the other hand, you may be worried that you could end up paying more today than you would in six months, or a year. You might be wondering if it is better to wait and see, or hoping that prices will drop instead of rise.

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Tags: Choosing a Contractor, Finance & Budgeting, Homeowner Tips

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