Before, During, After: The Most Important Renovation Questions To Ask

Have you wanted to give your house a facelift, but felt that the process was too overwhelming? We understand your reasoning. Depending on the project, renovating your home can be a pretty big deal. With all of the time and money you’re investing, it’s important to ask yourself a few questions during the course of […]

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Traditional v. Contemporary Design

For many people, the difference between a traditionally designed house and contemporary one is a matter of taste. Traditional residences are influenced by more historic styles like Victorian, Spanish, Colonial, or Neoclassical, while contemporary homes are fashioned from modern 20th Century architecture. Popular contemporary elements include sleek lines, square or rectangular shapes, heavy use of […]

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Green Building Materials for Improved Indoor Air Quality

Poor air quality inside your home can have a negative impact on both your health and comfort level. Indoor pollutants and allergens, as well as excessive moisture or heat, can make for potentially hazardous living conditions. Luckily, there are a variety of options for preventing poor air quality before it ever becomes a problem.

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Balancing Budget and Sustainability in Home Design

Photo © TreeLine Homes Environmentally conscious homebuyers often assume that sustainable design is expensive and beyond their budget. But many creative individuals and design organizations are helping debunk the notion that green homes are unaffordable.

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