Connecticut offers the picture perfect surroundings for the holiday season. From Thanksgiving through New Years, you are surrounded by natural beauty that adds to the festivities. Whether you are planning large holiday parties, or quiet celebrations at home, a remodeling project can help you and your family meet your entertaining needs.
In Middlesex County, the picturesque "ghost town" of Johnsonville, is up for sale, presenting Connecticut investors and construction companies with rare historic preservation and business opportunities. The following is an excerpt from article and video by Tina Detelj of WTNH News 8 on the town.
See how you can get the best return on investment from your next home remodel by knowing exactly what to expect and how to prepare.
The following is an excerpt from the Yale Daily News on the approval for the new Yale University residential buildings by Elena Malloy.
Picking the right kitchen countertop can be difficult, but this guide can help you choose the best countertop material for kitchen remodel! The following is an excerpt from an article by Vanessa Brunner of Houzz.
First-time homeowners in Connecticut and across the country are often so excited with their new purchase that they rush into remodeling projects before they're ready. When taking on a residential remodeling project, be sure you know what you're getting into. Here are 10 of the biggest remodeling mistakes every new homeowner makes:
In today’s sluggish economy, many families are coming together to help one another financially. In some of these cases, families are even combining into one household to help ease the strain on their wallets. Converting a garage into an “in-law apartment” is a classic example of the ways in which younger and older generations work together to help one another.
Spring is in full swing! With the sun out and the temperatures rising, spring is the ideal time to start your next home remodeling projects. The following is an excerpt from our new planning guide, “Is Home Remodeling Worth the Investment?” . Get the full version FREE by clicking here or clicking the banner below.
Have you ever walked into a historic property and been blown away by the custom woodwork and details? Custom millwork like wainscoting, coffered ceilings, hand-carved banisters and built-in cabinets used to be a standard feature of any home, but those traditions have fallen by the wayside with the rise of factory-made cabinets and other mass-produced installations. These new innovations may be less expensive, but they also lack the one of a kind custom millwork installation.
Spring is in the air and the remodeling bug is buzzing. In fact, the National Association of Homebuilders’ Remodeling Market Index (RMI) is at an all-time high. If the renovations bug has bitten you, follow these 5 steps to prepare for your experience with spring remodeling in Connecticut:
Home remodeling is a huge undertaking that requires a significant investment of time and money. Whether you're renovating your home to sell or you're just building the dream home you always wanted, residential construction can be a lengthy, involved process that requires a lot of preparation. If you're hoping to take on this type of project, now is the time to get started.