What Are The Different Types Of Custom Built Homes You Can Have?

When you decide to build your home from scratch instead of buying a pre-built or existing home, there are several options open to you. It depends on the style of home you would like, the size of the property, and of course location, as well as your storage and size needs. Custom built homes range from the traditional to modern technologies and, you are only limited by your own imagination. Read More 

Are Your Air Ducts Leaky?

Your air ducts are like the pipes of your heating and air conditioning system. Their job is to carry the cooled air from your air conditioner to your various rooms. If there are leaks along the way, you won't end up with water damage as you would with leaky pipes -- but you will end up with unnecessarily high energy bills and some other negative effects. Here's how you can tell if your ducts are leaking -- and what you can do to address leaks. Read More 

Install A Fire Sprinkler System In Your Home

There are a few different reasons that fire protection is so important for a home. Unlike a burglar, a fire does not just go after jewels and things with a high dollar value. A fire will destroy everything. That includes any family heirlooms or anything of great worth to you. It only takes a fire a few minutes to fully consume a room. In order to protect yourself, your family, and your home, it is best to be fully prepared when it comes to fire protection. Read More 

Three Luxury Features To Consider When Designing Your New Home’s Backyard Pool Area

One of the great things about designing a new home is that you have lots of room to design your dream backyard pool area. During the initial build of the house, the property will be a construction site, so major landscaping and pool work can be done without worrying about disrupting the home. So, now is the perfect time to consult with a pool construction company and have your dream realized. Read More 

2 Additions for Your Patio or Porch for the Benefit of Your Pooch

Being a dog owner requires you to be responsible to take care of your pet's needs, including physical and emotional ones. When you live in a high-rise apartment, condo, or other living area that does not have a connected, easily-accessible, or pet-friendly space for your dog to play and use the bathroom, there are some options for you to implement into your patio, porch, or other outdoor area. Here are two additions to help you make your space more dog friendly for your pet. Read More