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How To Build A Home That Will Age With You

When you think of your dream home, you probably picture fancy amenities and custom designs. But, do you ever think of how long you’ll live there? When conjuring up ideas for your dream home, think [...]

By |July 5th, 2017|Building Tips, Custom Homes, Livability|Comments Off on How To Build A Home That Will Age With You

How to Decide Which Bathtub is Right For You

Whether you’re remodeling your bathroom or building a custom home, choosing the right bathtub can mean the difference between a relaxing sanctuary and a stark, cold cell. Your bathtub is more than just a functional [...]

By |March 8th, 2017|Bathrooms, Design Trends, Livability, Renovations|Comments Off on How to Decide Which Bathtub is Right For You

Friday Fabulous Home Feature | Fireplaces for Winter Warmth

Fabulous fireplaces can truly be a piece of art in a home. They can be a focal point that centers the room and makes a statement about the overall home design. Whether traditional or contemporary, [...]

By |February 3rd, 2017|Custom Homes, Design Trends, Friday Fabulous Home Feature, Home Improvement, Interiors, Sandy Spring Builders|Comments Off on Friday Fabulous Home Feature | Fireplaces for Winter Warmth

How to Prioritize Your Home Remodel

Tackling a single home improvement project can be pretty overwhelming. Remodeling your entire home takes stress to a completely new level. With so many ideas and decisions circling your mind, getting started can be quite [...]

By |January 12th, 2017|Custom Homes, Home Improvement, Livability, Renovations, Sandy Spring Builders|Comments Off on How to Prioritize Your Home Remodel

Home Design Tips for the Retired CEO

When life happens, and your home becomes a burden rather than a blessing, it’s probably time to think smarter about your design choices. As homeowners retire and grow older, home design tends to take on [...]

By |January 4th, 2017|Custom Homes, Livability, Sandy Spring Builders|Comments Off on Home Design Tips for the Retired CEO

5 Cold Weather Prep Tips to Get Your House Winter Ready

Washington D.C. winters are typically long and harsh, and the elements can really take a toll on your home. The better your home is prepared, the more comfortable, protected, and energy efficient it will be [...]

By |October 26th, 2016|Custom Homes, Home Maintenance|Comments Off on 5 Cold Weather Prep Tips to Get Your House Winter Ready

The Buzz on Radiant Floor Heating

When designing a new home, the thought of heating and cooling often slips our minds in favor of more exciting things like color schemes and furniture. However, these systems are a key element in home [...]

By |October 25th, 2016|Custom Homes, Livability|Comments Off on The Buzz on Radiant Floor Heating

Siting Your New Home on the Lot

When it comes to siting a new home on the lot, there are many factors that need to be considered. Some are related to logistics and regulations, while others have to do with aesthetics and [...]

By |September 14th, 2016|Custom Homes|Comments Off on Siting Your New Home on the Lot

8 Ways to Add More Space to Your Home

So, you need more space. Maybe you started a new home-based business. Maybe you have a new addition to the family or your children are moving back home, or maybe you just have too much [...]

By |September 1st, 2016|Kitchens, Livability, Renovations|Comments Off on 8 Ways to Add More Space to Your Home

Montgomery County Tree Canopy Law: Is It Working?

In March, 2014, Montgomery County enacted the controversial tree canopy law after months of debating between county government officials, homebuilders, and conservationists. A little over two years have passed, and the conversation continues to fuel a heated debate. One question is still running rampant: is the tree canopy legislation working? […]

By |June 29th, 2016|Landscapes|Comments Off on Montgomery County Tree Canopy Law: Is It Working?