How Your Connecticut Custom Home Values Differ Based on Age: Early 30s, Early 40s. . .

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

When you decide to buy your first home, you’re probably in your late 20s or early 30s. At that time, you’re starting your family, and you know that your children need rooms of their own. You need enough bathrooms and bathroom space so that more than one person can use them at the same time. Don’t overlook the kitchen and any additional space that can serve as a play room, either. Then, as you age and your children grow up and into their own homes, you may begin to think of downsizing. 

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

Boring Things That Matter a Lot in Your Middletown Custom Home: Plumbing, Electrical, HVAC

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Whether you’ve lived in your custom home for a while or you’re just moving in, you’ll have to remember that maintaining those “hidden” systems in your home is necessary. In fact, if you want your home to continue to be as safe and comfortable to live in as it is now, you need to take care of the hidden, structural, boring parts of your home as well as the décor and appearance. 

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Tags: Homeowner Tips, Remodeling Tips, Heating & Cooling, Home Maintenance

10 Minutes That Can Put Your New Homebuilding Concerns Into Perspective

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

One of the most common questions I get as homebuilders is, “How long will it take to build my new home?” That’s understandable. People get excited about moving into their new dream home and they want to make arrangements to have everything in place so that when the home is complete, they can move right in. 

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Tags: Homeowner Tips, Building a Custom Home

What Does an “Exclusive” Neighborhood mean to you? Check Out The Homes at Royal Oaks

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

We’ve all head “exclusive” offers on TV, radio, and on the Internet. In most cases, there’s nothing particularly exclusive about the offer. It’s just a word marketers use to hook potential clients.

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Tags: Homeowner Tips, Building a Custom Home, Communities in Connecticut

2 Common Delays When Building a Custom Home In CT

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

You’ve got everything set up to build your new home, and now all you need to do is wait and watch the beauty come together. It’s going to look like little busy bees, working nonstop on your home until the final touches have been applied. Right?

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

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