Should I turn the lights off?

As part of our Trending Concepts in residential housing we thought we’d share with thoughts about LED lighting.

Remember back when bulbs were rated in Watts.  There were 100 watt and 60 watt and so on sizes of bulbs.  We all knew how much light would come from a 100 w. bulb.  Today light is measured in Lumens and for all our avid football fans we are not talking about Lumen Field, home of The Seattle Seahawks.

So? What is available?

As winter descends upon us we thought it might be a nice idea to fill you in on what types of things are available as options within your new home.  Let’s face it many of the Vermont Modular Homes online friends will actively spend the next couple months creating and planning the various details of the new home.  So, while you plan here are some of what is available to you:

What is he doing?

And we are back with our daily blogs.  Sorry for the interruption, we know there is a loyal following that reads every day.

You will recall we saw footing and then concrete walls being poured, that was in our previous couple blog posts.

This is the one you liked!

The other day we featured an exterior photograph of a particularly beautiful Ranch House.  Evidently you liked it because we received several inquiries and comments about how beautiful and popular it was.

So……, look at today’s floor plan.  This is the inside of that same Ranch House.  Here’s what you are looking at:

Is this the right time?

Hey mom it’s cold out!

It’s been awhile since we heard that last.  For the moment we are all thinking shorts, swimming, light weight shirts, bare foot or flip-flops, but not cold.

The time is rapidly approaching when hats, gloves, mittens, scarfs, snow pants, and boots will all be the thing.  It is the time of year when we need to think in “Layers of Clothing.”  Take a look around all the stores and there are winter coats and all that stuff for sale.

It's been a busy week.

Earlier this week we were up north, actually about as far north as anyone can go without leaving Vermont and entering Quebec.  We delivered a really cute Ranch House for a young family and everyone couldn’t be more pleased!

For a lot of reasons this was a uniquely enjoyable job!  All the owners were especially happy and excited to see this project actually come to fruition.  It was exciting.

At one point in the day I heard the owner say, “…Wow!’

“So, Chris, what do you mean?”  I asked

Let’s take a tour of our new Colonial Home.

Yesterday we introduced you to The Wyoming Colonial Home, a four-bedroom, three full bathroom home that is just perfect for a big family.  Yesterday we “walked around” the first floor with its Open Concept.  On Facebook we have a bunch of favorable comments from folks that liked the layout.

This Two-Story Colonial has 2, 323 square feet of living space; it is not a Tiny-House, yet it is not so big as to qualify as a McMansion.  By the way, those huge homes seem to have gone out of style.