New Jersey Home Building Blog

How to Avoid Contractor Scams

Andrew Giannattasio | Oct 14, 2019



The contractor you choose to build your home will have a major impact on your project's success. Good contractors work hard to complete home improvement projects according to their client's budget and the proposed timeline. These contractors produce quality work and have pride of workmanship.

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9 Unique Features for a Luxury Home in New Jersey

Andrew Giannattasio | Sep 30, 2019



So, you're building a luxury home in New Jersey. You know you want your home to have unique luxuries that you and your family can enjoy for years to come, but you're not quite sure what. In this article, we'll talk about some of our favorite features that can make your home a fun, exotic, enjoyable place to live.

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Buying a Plot of Land in Hunterdon County

Andrew Giannattasio | Sep 23, 2019

Before you can build a home in Hunterdon County, you've got to buy a plot of land where the home will be built. Land in and around Hunterdon County is often sprawling, wooded, pastoral, beautiful. Still, empty lots can start to look the same after you've seen two or three. Rating the advantage of one lot over another can be difficult. This checklist can help.

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[Guest Blog] 6 Innovative Trends Taking Over Custom Home Design

Matt Lee | Aug 14, 2019

Custom home design is a competitive market, with companies constantly trying to outdo each other. Homeowners benefit by taking advantage of the new innovative trends and techniques available every year. Take a look at some of the options that are exploding on the scene right now, as many of these current home design trends are here to stay!

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4 Mistakes to Avoid When Building a Custom Home

Andrew Giannattasio | Jun 12, 2019

We silly humans make mistakes; it’s unavoidable. If you succumb to foibles when throwing hundreds of thousands of dollars toward building a house, though, the repercussions can hurt. Not only might your dream home go over budget, but a design once thought genius could quickly become outdated, leading to costly renovations after the fact. So, to keep your custom home project from jumping the tracks, here’s a look at some common mistakes made by those who came before you.

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