August 2017
Vaulted Ceiling -Architectural Design
  When it comes to architectural design, it’s best to raise the roof. All jokes aside, when building a custom home it’s the details that set it apart from standard houses. People always consider the big items, but it’s wise to shift your attention upwards too. From intricate to simple details, architectural design features on...
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Save vs Splurge Building Custom Home
  Building a custom home is a balancing act between desires and reality, between budget and wish lists. It’s a stressful process to get it right. Spending too much or sacrificing too many wants or needs can leave people feeling unhappy with the final product. Very few people have an unlimited budget when it comes...
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Planning Your Custom Living Room
  The living room can take many forms and function in many ways. Whether you want a formal seating space or a casual great room for everyone to hang out, there are a few things you should consider. When planning the layout and design features for a custom home, overlooking these crucial aspects can detriment...
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Avoid home buyers regret
  Buyer’s remorse is a real thing, especially when it comes to large purchases. One of the largest purchases people make in their lifetime is a home. In the highly hot and competitive housing marketing Toronto currently has, many homeowners end up buying homes that leave this with this feeling. Either they went far over...
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Townhouse Community Sina Sadeddin
  When people think about living in a townhouse they usually think, “it’s a glorified, more expensive apartment”. Or maybe it’s more along the lines of “they’re just squished together houses”. Both are accurate in a sense, but a townhouse development actually offers the best parts of both condos and single-family homes. In a busy...
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