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All You Need to Know About Insulation for Your New Construction Home (Clone)

All You Need to Know About Insulation for Your New Construction Home (Clone)

  There are numerous things to consider when buying a new construction home, but one thing that might not be topping your list is your prospective home’s insulation type. New builds are often outfitted with some of the best insulating materials on the market—many of which can reduce ongoing utility…
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A Beginner's Guide to Landscaping Your New Home

    Now that you've signed on the dotted line and are officially a homeowner, it's time to make the outside of your new home as inviting as the inside. New home builders might provide some landscaping basics to get you started, but you can certainly do some upgrades and personalization to boost…
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How Long Does It Take to Build a New Home?

    It’s easy to see the appeal of building a new home. Instead of accepting someone else’s vision, you can choose exactly the layout and features that will meet your family’s needs.  When you build a new construction home from scratch, there is some time involved. You’ve got to pick and finalize a…
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Why You should Invest in a Newly Constructed Home

  Owning a home is a great way to build equity for your future. But how do you decide between investing in a new home or settling for one that’s already built?  Newly constructed houses come at a higher price per square foot than resale homes, but buying new construction comes with several…
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How to Incorporate Smart Devices into Your New Home

  The concept of an automated home that can control everything inside it—from lighting to entertainment to security—has been around since even before the internet. Once only in the realm of science fiction, these “smart homes” are increasingly becoming a reality. Our ideas about what a smart home…
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How to Make Your New Home Energy Efficient

  We all know that contractors can customize a home to suit your preferences, but the design process doesn’t have to stop at countertop selection and curb appeal. Consider utilizing cost-effective measures to reduce building loads and energy needs. This will save money and improve the energy…
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