Several weeks ago, we did a blog post on Grease Fires, something close to what is in today’s photograph. These types of fires typically start quickly and tend to be difficult to put out.
We try to keep pace with the latest and greatest features in new homes. After all, we are constantly asked for an opinion about the most current trends.
Here’s a brief sampling of what’s going on in the world of tending stuff:
As you continue your dreaming of a new home, here’s a big question for you to consider. What kind of siding would you like? There are many types, for example:
Last week we looked at House Styles such as Ranches, Capes, Two-Story Colonials, and vacation homes.
Every home, regardless of its style has a kitchen that again is as unique as the style of a home. Today’s photograph points towards a Modern Look with white cabinets and black counter tops; the furniture seems to match the overall look of the kitchen.
There are several things to consider as you dream about your kitchen. Probably the first question revolves around color:
Yesterday we talked about Open Concept vs. Traditional Living room. Today let’s take a look at the various style of homes.
For starters, if you are interested we have a really cool e-Book that describes the various house styles along with a lot of photographs of real homes where people live and raise their families; it is an informative piece of literature and we will glad send it to you. Give us a call.
The most popular styles of homes:
The weather is crazy, one minute it snows, the next rain, and they are predicting 60’s for early next week. Whaaaaat is going on? Oh well, we can’t change any of it.
So, it remains a great time to plan for your new home. And, here is today’s question – In the new plans, should you include a dining room? When you design your new home it will obviously include:
There’s the saying that “….a picture is worth a thousand words.”
Take a look at today’s photograph, it was taken by a good friend of mine over in New York State a couple years ago. Obviously, it is a building under construction on-site. Did we mention the snow and ice that have engulfed the building site?
Isn’t that a fantastic photograph? I so clearly points out why you wouldn’t want your new home built on-site. If you stick-build a home one board at a time onsite it is guaranteed it will be exposed to all kind of harsh weather.
Over this past weekend we had unseasonably cold weather, snow, sleet, freezing rain, and very high winds. Isn’t April just fabulous! I have mentioned several times that I personally think April is the cruelest month of the year. Last weekend snow, this coming weekend it is forecast to be 60 degrees. See why I think April is awful! The great thing about April is that it is followed by glorious May and so on…………
Here it is the middle of April 2018 the temperature outside is 51 degrees, it is cloudy, raining, and windy. YUCK! Personally, I think April can be the cruelest month of the year! One day it’s beautiful and then the next it’s snowing. By the way, a freezing mix is forecast for the weekend.