Winter Getaways Near Wallingford, Connecticut

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Connecticut winters are nothing short of magical; the cold is transformational. Once roaring rivers and waterfalls become sculptures of ice and heavy snowfall makes the familiar landscape almost unrecognizable. 

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Tags: Wallingford, Living in Connecticut

10 Things You Should Ask Your Home Builder or Remodeler

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Have you been considering building a new home or remodeling your current home to fit your future needs? Either way, the process can be exciting or stressful — sometimes a bit of both — and the quality of your experience often depends on who you hire as your builder.

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Tags: CT Home Building, Choosing the Right Builder, Building a Custom Home

6 Ways to Update Your Home to Make It Your “Forever” Home

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Nothing ever stays the same. Some of the things you didn’t like as a kid are some of your favorite things now. And some of the things you thought were so great way back when don’t even raise an eyebrow these days (or maybe even evoke a shudder). You may find yourself in a similar situation with your home. Features that were important years ago don’t matter as much today. And some things you never thought about 10 or 15 years ago are big priorities now.  That’s because your needs have changed.

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How Much Does it Cost to Remodel Your Bathroom in Connecticut?

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

It’s great to visit sites such as houzz.com or bhg.com to “window shop” for ideas when you’re thinking about remodeling the bathroom in your Central Connecticut home. Maybe your goal is to make your bathroom bigger and better. Perhaps you’re just looking for an update.

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Tags: Bathroom Remodeling, Home Remodeling Cost

Tips for Winterizing Your Connecticut Home

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Weatherproofing is a necessary part of life. After all, you need a winter wardrobe. When you get right down to it, your house isn’t all that different. Your home needs a winter wardrobe of its own—certain things to help it through the cold, harsh months. Autumn is the ideal time to take on projects like this. What are the highest priorities at this time of year, when you are sending the kids back to school and starting to think about the holidays? Certain things will bring more value than others. Focus on the biggest bang for your buck.

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Tags: Homeowner Tips, Seasonal Remodeling Projects

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