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A custom home remodeling could provide you with that extra living space.  
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We strive to provide our homeowner's with a rewarding building experience while furnishing them with the custom home that meets all of their expectations.  Take a look and see what our homeowners have to say about us. 
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Green building has become routine at Robert Montgomery Homes where we place emphasis on high-density insulation and sealing for air-infiltration, high efficiency HVAC systems, energy efficient lighting systems, Energy Star appliances and equipment, and, of course, the appropriate disposal of construction refuse. One of the most important aspects of being a “green” builder, however, has nothing to do with R-ratings, geothermal systems, or PV panels. A Robert Montgomery home is truly “green” due to the solid construction, enduring appeal and timeless character that insure it will be enjoyed for generations to come.
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Building a new custom home should be an exciting and fulfilling experience.  There's nothing like the feeling of seeing your ideas take form!
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If you have a great custom home builder, all it takes is a little imagination and you will be amazed about what you can do with an older home.
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The article below is one of the best I've read on this subject; it offers some very good advice.
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There are three major variables that must be considered when planning your custom home: budget, architectural style, and size. You may choose any two of these three variables, but the third variable will always be determined by the other two. If you need to adhere to a strict budget and you have a strong preference as to the architectural style, then the size of your home will be determined by the parameters these variables impose. If the architectural style is important to you and your needs dictate a minimum number of square feet, then your budget must be flexible enough to meet the requirements demanded by these choices. And, if your life style requirements dictate a minimum size for your home but you must adhere to a certain pre-determined budget, then you will need to be flexible as to the architectural style.
Inspired by photographs of beautifully appointed homes that you frequently admired in decorating and architectural magazines, you developed your own conceptual plan for the perfect home. Now, after years of dreaming and planning and saving, the time is right for you to actually design and build ...
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For most, building a custom home is your greatest investment.  To keep your custom home in top condition, routine maintenance is essential.  It may have turned cold earlier than expected this year, but just a few days of warm weather before the holidays may still allow you time to prep your home for winter.  This article offers some great suggestions. 
Autumn is one of my favorite times of year, rivaled only by early summer. I'm not alone - many people feel happy and invigorated during the fall season. Yet as much as I would love to spend every a...
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While unpacking boxes at our new location, I came across my old 1997 edition of the Uniform Residential Building Code.  It was a total of 74 pages in length.  The 2012 edition, which most municipalities are currently using, is 903 pages.  Can't wait for the new 2015 edition which will be adopted by most municipalities next year.  In addition to the new 2015 edition, there is reportedly a 300+ page supplemental book to explain the changes between the 2012 edition and the 2015 edition.
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Building a custom home theater will provide you with a great place to enjoy watching football games and entertaining your friends.  Check out our award winning custom home theater.   
Architectural Design & Plans – Robert Montgomery with John Mackaman of Elswood-Smith-Carlson Architects, P.A.. Interior Elevations: Robert Montgomery. Home Theater: Robert Montgomery with Carmi Swift of Home Connections of Greater Kansas City. The Family Room Addition and Living Room Expansion ...
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Home builder, Robert Montgomery Homes, specializes in Luxury Custom Home construction, but we also do major remodeling, additions, and pools.  This is a current remodel project in Mission Hills, Kansas.
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Minimize winter's biggest threats to your home.

Heavy snow accumulation can pose a threat to your home as snow builds up and then melts. The three most important things to do are:
Watch for snow accumulation on the downwind side of a higher-level roof, where blowing snow will collect. For safe removal that won't endanger you or damage your roof, consult a roofing contractor for a referral.
Remove snow from basement stairwells, window wells and all walls. Melting snow can lead to water damage and moisture intrusion.
Keep your attic well ventilated to maintain a temperature close to that of the outdoors to minimize the risk of ice dams forming. A warm attic melts snow on the roof, causing water to run down and refreeze at the roof's edge, where it's much cooler. If ice builds up and blocks water from draining, water is forced under the roof covering and into your attic or down the inside walls of your house.
Bursting pipes occur when frozen water causes a pressure buildup between an ice blockage and a closed faucet. Pipes in attics, crawl spaces and outside walls are particularly vulnerable to extreme cold. To keep water in your pipes from freezing:
Fit exposed pipes with insulation sleeves or wrapping to slow heat transfer.
Seal cracks and holes in outside walls and foundations near water pipes with caulking.
Keep cabinet doors open to allow warm air to circulate around pipes.
Keep a slow trickle of water flowing through faucets connected to pipes that run through an unheated or unprotected space.
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3008 W 118th St Leawood, KS 66211
3008 West 118th StreetUSKansasLeawood66211
Construction Company, Custom Home Builder

Robert Montgomery is a custom home builder known throughout the Kansas City home building industry for his high caliber of residential construction and the exceptional refinement of architectural detailing, scale and proportion that is the hallmark of a Robert Montgomery custom home. A master at aesthetically integrating modern technological advancements and construction techniques with classic architectural styles, Montgomery works diligently with each of his custom home clients to create a custom home that is both timeless and innovative.

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