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Trending 2024 Custom Home Design Features

As we move into 2024, the landscape of custom home design continues to evolve. Homeowners are increasingly seeking spaces that not only cater to their aesthetic preferences but also provide functional, sustainable, and technologically advanced…

Choosing the Right Plot of Land: Tips for Future Custom Homeowners

Embarking on the journey to build a custom home is exhilarating. You envision the end product - a beautiful, personalized space that echoes your dreams and aspirations. But before the first brick is laid, one pivotal decision needs to be made:…

Adding Character with Architectural Details in Your Custom Home

When it comes to creating a truly exceptional custom home, it's the intricate architectural details that can turn a house into a masterpiece. These thoughtful touches go beyond mere aesthetics – they infuse character, charm, and personality…

Build a Family-Friendly Home

Creating a family-friendly home doesn’t happen overnight. Instead, it’s a a delightful, ongoing journey that embraces the diverse needs of each family member. Whether you have toddlers running around, teens buried in books, or grandparents…

Maximizing Space in a Custom Home: Clever Storage Solutions

When it comes to designing a custom home, one of the biggest challenges is often finding ways to maximize space and create efficient storage solutions. Fortunately, with some clever planning and innovative ideas, you can transform even the smallest…

Choosing the Right Floor Plan for Your Custom Home

There are few experiences as thrilling as designing your own custom home. The process can be daunting at first glance, especially when it comes time to choose the right floor plan for your family. With so many options to consider, it can be…

Should I Build a Home in 2023?

If you’ve been weighing a move and have been keeping your finger on the pulse of mortgage rates, you may be familiar with the term “changing market.” High interest rates, economic conditions, and other factors have undoubtedly changed…

2023 Custom Home Trends

2022 is winding down. With 2023 right around the corner, many families exploring custom home building are curious about the latest and greatest industry trends. Whether you’re knee deep in the design process or are just starting, you’ll…

Asked and Answered: Custom Home FAQs

Building a custom home can seem like an intimidating process. There are indeed many steps to be taken before you set foot in your dream home. It’s our goal to make construction as simple and straightforward as possible. If you’re curious…

Modern Basement Design Ideas

The word basement once brought to mind creaky staircases, cobwebs, and dimly lit storage space. In 2022, basements are finally reaching their full potential. These functional, inviting spaces can add warmth and space to any home. Instead of…

Should I Wait to Build a Custom Home?

The housing market has seen a number of shifts over the last several years. More and more buyers are asking themselves: should I wait to build a custom home? Allow us to walk you through the decision. With a better understanding of today’s…

Bathroom Design Every Homeowner Should Consider

Bathrooms are some of the smallest yet most frequently used rooms in our homes. Given how much time we spend in such spaces, it’s important that their design reflect our needs and aesthetics. If you’re working to design your dream home,…

Unifying Your Indoor-Outdoor Living Spaces

North Carolina’s four seasons are one of its best features. Stunning fall foliage gives way to gentle winter snowstorms, followed by a burst of color in the spring and balmy summer temperatures. Enjoying all four seasons isn’t hard when…

4 Ways Our Online Co-Construct Portal Helps You

Building a custom home is a very involved – and sometimes long – process. And unlike when you buy an existing home, you’ll have to make multiple decisions during its construction. This flow of information and choices can be a bit overwhelming…
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Custom Home Water Heater Options

One of the best features of buying new construction is buying cutting-edge technology. In a custom home, your options are even more extensive! New home technology is better for the environment, often more reliable, and saves you money on utility…