One of nation's largest builders to construct all of its homes ready to accommodate latest smart technology
Now that the walls of my new home are all painted up, I’ve been working on four key areas of the home’s interior: the flooring system, the kitchens, the bathroom, and the master bedroom.
It’s easy for people to overlook some of the improvements that can help optimize their remodeling investment.
The majority of homeowners prioritize storage over all other functions of their kitchen.
A new home could offer flexibility and foresight into multi-generational living for little to no extra cost.
Countertops, in particular, are having a real moment today as homeowners focus on decluttering surfaces for a sleek and tidy kitchen post-renovation.
The division will provide appliances for every type of home, including different styles, functions, budget, and life-stage.
Here's a look back at some of the top trends of the past year, based on our conversations with builders, architects, manufacturers and other professionals in the industry.
Those who live in small homes -- usually 400 square feet or smaller -- make the tradeoff of size with other priorities in their life.
Expect to see more color in kitchens next year, especially for homeowners planning to sell.
Whether it’s a total home renovation or a simple room addition there is one thing that all remodels have in common, no matter their complexity—without planning they can quickly become stressful.
With more than two years of measured occupancy to date, the home unquestionably provides exceptional energy performance, consuming 70 percent less energy than a code-built house.
There's a yearning for warmer hues and we see that coming to life as touches of gold and brass accents.
In 2007, 1.3 million tons of wood were reclaimed and repurposed for other uses.
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The technology provides a higher level of service and comfort to residents, and all of this is done through a single app.
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