Homeowners who are currently in the middle of building a new house or remodeling an existing property are often left with plenty of decisions to make considering the size of the job.
A homebuilder who has constructed houses between Arizona and North Dakota has decided to custom-build his own residence. The Roundup Web reports that Dean and Shelley Hayes sold the farm they had lived on and purchased a property in Alexander, Montana. The couple decided to build their own home to ensure that they could spend the rest of their lives together in a space that was designed to suit their needs.
A Colorado Springs home listed as for sale is gaining interest because of the numerous cosmetic and structural additions included in the property.
The use of newer products against the backdrop of antique and retro designs helps to add value to a residence, as homeowners and realtors both know that these houses represent the best of both worlds.
Some people dream of living on the ocean, in the mountains or surrounded by the dessert. Donna and Jerry Walsh are lake people.
An updated city townhouse in Vancouver attracted many potential homebuyers but only one could own the property.
An Arts-and-Crafts styled home built in 1984 has recently been renovated with the latest in modern technology and convenience in mind. The Westport News reports that the current owners of the house at 3 Greenbrier Road, Westport, Connecticut, tore up carpets, installed new floors, moved walls and installed reclaimed wood throughout home.
Have you ever wanted to live like a celebrity? If yes, you may want to consider installing a radiant floor heating system in your home.
The American Southwest has a distinct culture and climate, and many of the homes in the region reflect the surroundings and natural beauty of the area while adding a Mediterranean flair.
While every building can benefit from the use of an energy-efficient warmth solution like radiant floor heating, not all structures are the same.