Building a new home is an exciting time as you get to design every aspect of your future house including the things that matter most to you, such as that in-law suite, spacious kitchen, or an extra bathroom. However, when you only have so much square footage to work with, it can be difficult figuring out the best way to allocate space and what other types of rooms to include.
If you’re on the fence about buying an older home or building new, there are quite a few reasons in favor of new construction. The major consideration tends to boil down to having the latest advances in home building technology. When you buy an older home, you are by definition not getting the newest features, but many people don’t consider the intricacies that might entail.
There comes a point where as much as you love your home, it stops being able to give you what you need. Families grow, families shrink, people age and upgrades are needed. So the question becomes: Should I stay or should I go?
Are you considering a mid-century home? If so, chances are you’ll be doing plenty of remodeling. While you may feel eager to begin, make sure you’re prepared for everything.
Winter is here and so is the snow! Is your home prepared? It’s important to winterize your house and make sure that the next few months don’t cause you any serious damage.
How do you ensure you have the right contractor for your vision? The answer lies in the preparation and communication you have in the planning process.
If you plan on remodeling or building a new home, you might want to consider adding a mudroom to your secondary entrance to help keep your home clean and tidy from outdoor debris.
One of the most stressful and time-consuming ventures is planning a move into a brand new house. Did you know that seasons can influence key factors in that decision? Here’s Eagle’s guide to figuring out which season is best for your moving needs.