Why Building a New Home Makes Sense
Friday, April 22, 2016
7 Reasons Why Building a New Home Makes Sense
1) Personalize Your Home
Structural choices: additional bedrooms, home offices, dens, extended patios, casitas, and more. Design choices: cabinets, counter tops, appliances, flooring, luxurious bathrooms and more.
2) Innovation in Design
Latest design styles/ features: sliding walls of glass, spacious open layouts, streamlined fixtures and finishes, large kitchen islands, lighter color palettes on cabinets and floors, and better storage and convenience.
3) New Home Warranty
Purchasing a new home is a big decision. Feel confident that it’s constructed with quality materials and fine craftsmanship all with a new home warranty to back it up.
4) Energy Efficiency
Enhanced insulation techniques, tight construction, right-sized heating and cooling systems, dual-pane windows, ENERGY STAR appliances, and water-conservation plumbing fixtures = better energy efficiency and lower utility bills.
5) Low Maintenance Living
Your new home is a new start. The latest in design and building materials offers worry-free comfort and allows you the time to enjoy your new home.
6) The Latest in Technology
Home management technology systems, low VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) building materials, the latest in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are just a few of the features in your new home to provide peace of mind.
7) Your New Home
A new home = your dream design, layout and choices based upon your family’s needs. A resale home = someone else’s.
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