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If you have resolved to make 2018 the year that you build the home you've always wanted, there are a few important questions to ask prospective home builders. Read more on today's blog. http://paragonhomescustombuilder.com/building-new-home-5-questions-builders/
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We are excite to welcome Monika and Peggy to our Paragon Homes team. With their expertise in real estate and interior design, our clients are in good hands at every step of the home building process.
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Getting ready for Thanksgiving dinner or planning other holiday meals? Here are some tips to keep the kitchen safe, clean and organized.
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Before you decide to buy an older home instead of building new, consider the time and money you will spend renovating and maintaining an existing house. Read more about how building new can be more cost-effective and energy efficient on today's blog.
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If you are building or buying your first home, you might come across some unfamiliar terms when you start doing research or signing paperwork. Here are a few basic definitions that are good to know.
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If you like the look of both granite and quartz countertops for your new home and you aren't sure which to choose, read more on our blog about the pros and cons of each type of stone.
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Figuring out a budget for your custom home project? Consider your lifestyle and how much you will use certain design features, even smaller things like technological conveniences. It might make a big difference later on if you splurge on the right items.
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Almost every real estate or home renovation reality TV show involves the quest for an open concept floor plan. Open concept design, which means common areas in a home have no walls or only partial walls, grew out of mid-century modern architecture in the 1950s. And although there’s already some buzz about “retro” home design favoring enclosed living rooms and kitchens, open concept isn’t going away. Learn more about the pros and cons of open concept floor plans on our blog. http://paragonhomescustombuilder.com/pros-cons-open-concept-floor-plans/
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Don't stress over daily living with new wood floors. Here are a few easy ways to keep them in great shape.
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Don't wait to start planning design and construction of your new home. Mild weather will make the process move even more quickly so you can move in by summer.
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