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  • Flexible Floor Plans:

The new homes of today feature maximum light and spaciousness. The layouts combine informal areas, workable kitchens, gracious formal rooms and cozy areas for privacy.

  • Lots of Light:

Builders today are making use of strategically planned windows, skylights and sunspaces to make new homes look and feel more open, with an abundance of natural light.

  • Stronger, Quieter Construction:

Extra bracing and framing, along with new building materials, make today’s new home able to withstand high winds, storms and earthquakes. This increased strength enables the builder to offer a much wider range of design possibilities by eliminating most bearing walls.

  • More Luxury and Convenience:

State-of-the-art kitchens with built-in appliances, high-efficiency central heating and air-conditioning, numerous electrical outlets, plus luxurious bathrooms with whirlpool tubs pamper today’s busy homeowner in a way the older home cannot.

  • Less Upkeep, Less Hassle:

Easy to maintain siding, windows and trim keep the new home attractive, with much less required upkeep than an older home. 

  • Fire Protection and Other Safety Measures:

Occupants are almost six times less likely to die in fires in new homes than in older ones. The latest smoke detectors, circuit breakers and ground fault interrupters make new homes a safe choice.

  • Imaginative Design:

Soaring ceilings, dramatic entryways, deluxe master baths and innovative windows are a few of the features designed for the open and airy feeling which appeals to the majority of new homeowners.

  • Healthy Living Environment:

Asbestos is no longer used in shingles, piping, cement board, etc. making today’s new homes a healthier environment for its occupants -–a clear advantage over the older home of yesterday.

  • Cost Saving Heating and Cooling:

New homes consume half as much energy as homes built prior to 1980. More efficient heating and cooling systems, better windows, controlled air filtration and improved insulation save homeowners substantial sums of money every month.

  • A Home That Will Age Well and Appreciate In Value:

Research shows that often new homes appreciate more, as a percentage of original cost, than older homes do. Building a new home is a major decision in your lifetime and it is comforting to know your investment will only increase with time.

  • Drier Basements:

By using materials and techniques that resist cracking and by carefully designing drainage systems, today’s builders have dramatically improved basement construction, resulting in drier basements.

  • Abundant Storage Space:

Builders are now offering more storage space buyers desire, with walk-in closets, built-in shelving and innovative storage areas.


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