Here’s more about The Maple Farm Cape

The other day we introduced you to The Maple Farm Cape Cod style home and it was widely and enthusiastically received by many of our loyal blog readers.  We really do appreciate all of our readers, it’s great knowing you are there!  Thanks.

Let’s take a look at our Maple Farm Cape from its very early days in the plant where it was built.

In today’s photograph you are inside the plant looking at:

Check out this spectacular Cape Cod home

The Cape Cod Style home is a classic New England home dating back to early colonial times.  From then to now it has consistently grown in popularity and many contend The Cape is the Quintessential Vermont home.

The Maple Farm Cape sits on 40 acres in Southern Vermont overlooking spectacular property that even includes a fully stocked Trout Pond.

Incorporated within The Maple Farm Cape:

Our job starts when the home is built in the plant

Later this week we will be showing you photographs of a completed home that is in its final day or two of construction.  Tomorrow afternoon is the house’s “Coming Out Party.”  And, if I understand correctly pizza and “adult traveling beverages” have been ordered for this auspicious occasion.

With the big party coming up in a couple days we’ve been looking at that home’s progress through its construction. 

April Showers bring May flowers! Right?

Is it correct that April Showers do bring May flowers?  I am not really sure so I walked out the office and took a look outside, egad!  It is one of those April rainy chilly miserable days.

I wonder how many residential construction projects are working smoothly today?  Let’s pretend your new home is being site built; are you pleased with the progress today?  How about the building materials, are they being properly cared for? 

Family Portrait

Does your family have a portrait drawn that shows mom, dad, the kids, maybe a dog, and of course their home?

Sometimes the eyes of children see things that are so obvious.  Take a look at today’s photograph and you see a young boy drawing a picture of his family and I’ll guess that is his sister looking over his shoulder.  He even has grass, a tree, and the sun beaming down on his family.  Is that beautiful or what!

It is delivery time.

Today is Monday, April 1, April Fools Day, a day set aside for pranks, jokes, and making fun of things.  But, rather than hit you with a clever prank I thought we’d talk about it being time to think about your new home being delivered.

Just today we had several inquiries about folks that want to have their families moved in quicker and sooner rather than slower and later. 

Isn't it beautiful out there today!

The weather report for today is somewhere between beautiful and spectacular, especially if you want to build a site-built home.  The sun is shining, it is not cold, but it is also not hot like in the summer, this is perfect construction weather.  The crew can work without getting cold or sweating.  Today is perfect.

So, given that perfect weather report I thought it would be a good time to show you why it is still better to build inside in a controlled environment.

Yes, it is officially spring but,

Yesterday was the first day of spring for 2019 and many of us are anxiously awaiting the arrival of flowers, birds, and warm sunshine. 

But, have you heard the weather report for tomorrow?  According to the National Weather Service here in Burlington, Vermont there’s a Winter Weather Advisory in effect for tomorrow on into Saturday.

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