4 Places In the Home For a Mother-in-Law Apartment

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

 

There is a remodeling trend that has been steadily growing for a number of years—and it has nothing to do with colors, countertop materials, or open any of the things we normally associate with home design. This trend is all about creating space in the home for extended family members—whether it’s aging parents moving in with their grown children or adult children who are living at home while beginning their careers.

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Tags: Multi-Generational Living, Home Additions

The Top Mistakes in Building an In-Law Suite and How to Avoid Them

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Though it's never fun to think about in advance, more and more families are now taking care of an elderly parent or relative at some point in time. This phenomenon is often referred to as joining the sandwich generation—caring for both aging parents and boomerang kids.

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Tags: Multi-Generational Living, Whole Home Remodeling, Building a Custom Home

Building or Remodeling for Multi-Generational Living in Wallingford

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Nuclear family living didn’t become a “thing” until after the Great Depression. It was common for several generations to live under the same roof, or at least close by, due to the need for many hands to help with all the work.

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Tags: Wallingford, Multi-Generational Living

Remodeling Your Home for All Stages of Your Life

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

If you’re considering remodeling your Connecticut home, it’s probably because some aspect of your home no longer meets your current needs. That’s a great idea! In fact, for some homeowners, remodeling makes more sense than selling an existing home and moving into a new one. If you’re not sure whether building or remodeling is best for you, here’s an article that evaluates both options.

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Tags: Home Remodeling, Multi-Generational Living, Remodeling Tips

How To Make Mother-in-Law Suites More Accessible In Wallingford

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Though it's never fun to think about in advance, more and more families are now taking care of an elderly parent or relative at some point in time. This phenomenon is often referred to as joining the sandwich generation—caring for both aging parents and boomerang kids.

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Tags: Multi-Generational Living, Home Additions

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