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How Much Does it Cost to Raise a House in a Coastal Flood Zone?

Andrew Giannattasio | Aug 30, 2019

 

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To Raise or Raze? That is the Question

Andrew Giannattasio | Aug 26, 2019

 

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5 Bathroom Design Ideas for Your New Jersey Custom Home

Andrew Giannattasio | Aug 26, 2019

Designing a custom home comes with a lot of decisions. Luckily, half the fun of creating your perfect domain lies in scanning new trends to uncover all the bells and whistles you want to add. Gadgets, lighting, flooring and layout can all influence the feel and flow of your space, especially when it comes to bathrooms. Highly functional with potential for sleek aesthetics, a carefully-constructed bathroom can elevate the mood of your space. So, if you’re struggling to nail down the look of one or more bathrooms in your custom home, fret no further. Here’s a look at a few goodies 2019 has to offer:

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Flood Insurance for Your Custom Home in Long Beach Island

Andrew Giannattasio | Aug 22, 2019

 

Life happens. More importantly, nature happens. And though thinking about natural disasters might feel morbid and unpleasant, protecting your home from the beautiful but volatile ocean is a must when you live on Long Beach Island. In fact, depending on where you choose to plant roots, flood insurance could be a requirement of your mortgage.

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Designing the Perfect Kitchen for Your Hunterdon County Custom Home

Andrew Giannattasio | Aug 19, 2019

Undeniably one of the most dominant rooms in the home, your kitchen has a big job to do. More importantly, it must meet the practical needs of your family while stationing itself as the forefront of social interaction. In short, its functionality and style should come together in cosmic harmony, showcasing your family’s personality in thoughtful design.

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7 Design Trends for Your Long Beach Island Shore House

Andrew Giannattasio | Aug 12, 2019

Whether your waterfront property is home base or a weekend retreat, you want the space to feel comfortable and uniquely you. Since design trends come and go--some sustainable, others fleeting crazes--it helps to reflect on your needs and preferences before diving into a decorating frenzy. That said, 2019 has given homeowners a lot to consider, from funky patterns to minimalist lines. Whatever direction you lean, try to enjoy the process of creation...remember, it's supposed to be fun.

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