Closed Basement vs Walk-Out Basement: What’s the Difference?

If you’re looking to finish your basement, you may be wondering what the difference is between a walk up basement and a walk-in or walk-out basement. When deciding between a closed basement and a walk-in basement, you’ll need to have a complete understanding of the difference between the two. There is a significant difference between … Read more

Building a Beach House – What to Consider

Most people only dream of owning a beach house at the Jersey Shore, but with the right planning and some careful consideration, it can be within reach. A beach house can be a great investment, both for personal use and as a rental property. With the right design, your waterfront house can be both comfortable … Read more

How to Choose a House Plan When Building a New Home?

When you are building a new home in New Jersey, one of the most important decisions you will make is what house plan to choose. There are many factors to consider when making this decision, including your budget, the size of your lot, and your lifestyle. In this blog post, we will discuss the different … Read more

Modular vs Stick-Built Homes: Which is Better?

When it comes time to build a new home in New Jersey, you have to make a lot of choices including location, style and materials. One of the biggest decisions you will have to make is whether to go with a stick build home or modular home. There are advantages and disadvantages to consider with … Read more

Tips To Furnish a New Home: For Every Room

Moving into a new home or apartment in New Jersey is exciting, but it can also be a daunting event. One of the first tasks you’ll have to tackle is furnishing your new home. But where do you start? And what should you consider when furnishing each room? In this blog post, we’ll provide tips … Read more

Residential Architectural Styles: Which One is Right for You?

Cape Cod Style Cape Cod style homes or “capes” are one of the most popular house styles in the United States. These house styles are characterized by its simple design, steep roofs, and large chimneys. Cape homes are often considered to be “America’s first residential architectural style.” This type of home is popular in New … Read more