The process in new home constructions evolves over time just like the trends in the home building industry. So, what do new home contractors expect to see nowadays? First, flexible floor plans. In the U.S. alone contractors are seeing that more households are becoming multigenerational, which means rooms must be built with variation in mind. Living rooms are replaced by large multipurpose family spaces and additional rooms are added to adapt to these ever-changing conditions.
Next, sustainable designs. We are lucky these days because limiting energy and water usage throughout our home is possible with low-water toilets and sinks, geothermal air conditioners and furnaces spray foam insulation and high-efficiency windows.[continue reading]
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Third, accessibility. The home’s today are to move around in with open designs, wide doors and spacious hallways. No more high cabinets, spiral staircases and wasted wall space. Some home owners have elevators built inside their two-storey homes especially if a member of the household has physical limitations.
Fourth, more storage space. New constructions have more spacious walk-in closets and more cabinets. And garages have increases in size to accommodate more automobiles, equipments and machinery.
Lastly, automation. Home’s security, electronic, temperature and lighting can now be controlled using a smartphone or tablet. So, even if you are away, you can conveniently check your home.Posted by Colleen D. Lane on
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