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04 Jun 2018
Residential Architect

The Most Common Home-Building Problems – And How to Avoid Them

Building a new home is an exciting adventure with a fantastic reward once all the hard work is done. Ending up with your dream home takes hard work though, and there are plenty of challenges to overcome along the way. Here are the most common ones to look out for, from a leading residential architect firm in NJ. No project manager: Acting as your own project manager is often used as a way to save money on your build. However, […]

28 May 2018
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A Guide to Popular Residential Architecture Styles

Homes may have one purpose – to deliver a living space for ourselves and our loved ones – but there are many more factors that come into play when we start the process of designing and building our dream homes. One important factor is the style of the home itself. Here’s a quick guide to the most popular architectural styles in the USA, from a leading residential architect in NJ. Craftsman: This style dates back to the arts and crafts […]

14 May 2018
Residential Architect

A Basic Timeline for Building Your New Home

Building a home is a large and complex project that, according to research by the 2016 Survey of Construction, takes about 6 months on average. However, the length of a project is influenced by a range of factors that can result in a building taking longer or shorter than this projection. Here are some insights from a NJ residential architect. What Factors Can Influence the Time it Takes to Build Your Home?  Custom or production homes: Production homes are faster […]

26 Feb 2018
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Do you Need an Architect for a Home Remodel?

Home remodeling is one of the best ways to add value and lifestyle benefits to a property in an affordable way. These projects are usually undertaken on a strict budget, so it’s no surprise that people look for ways where they can cut unnecessary costs – but is an architect one of them? Here’s some information to help you decide. The Size and Complexity of your Home Remodel  One of the first things to consider is how complex or large-scale […]

12 Feb 2018
Arts and Crafts Architecture

Tips for Building a Green Home – Without Breaking the Bank

People are becoming more and more aware of their impact on the environment, from the transport they use and the food they eat to lifestyle choices that they make – and building a home is no different. For many people, building a home that has a minimal impact on the environment is a dream come true – but it can cost a whole lot more to achieve. Here are some tips from a leading residential architect on how to keep […]