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Design Tips for the Pack Rat

If you’re having a custom home built, it’s a great opportunity to keep your specific needs in mind while creating the house’s layout. One characteristic to keep in mind while creating your custom home design is your organization style — that is, whether you’re naturally good at keeping your space organized or whether built-in features could help facilitate keeping the place neat and clean.

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Custom Home Fall Maintenance Checklist

Fall has finally arrived. That means as you sip on pumpkin spice everything, prepare for a bonfire, and head to the park to look at the beautiful trees, you also need to think about preparing your custom Your custom home needs to get ready for the changing seasons. Here's your to-do list.home for the season. Just like you prepare for the changing season by switching out your summer shorts and t-shirts for jeans and long sleeves, your custom home needs a little bit of preparation.

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Indianapolis Custom Homes: 7 Ideas To Incorporate In Your Lower Level

Indianapolis Custom Home2When building an Indianapolis custom home there are a lot of decisions to be made, from the type of flooring you want installed to the color of the exterior of your home. For example, when building a custom home, you get to determine design elements and what certain spaces, like your lower level, will be used for. Custom home lower levels vary in layout, design, and functionality from home to home. When deciding what to do with your lower level, think of the whole family and the different ways the space can be used.

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How to Help Your Kids Transition Easier Into Your New Home

Family in front of new custom home

Moving to a new  home can bring an onslaught of a emotions both positive and negative. While parents are focusing more on the logistics of moving, we can sometimes forget the subtle apprehensions that children can face during the move.

It’s not uncommon to be moved into a new home and have a young child ask to go home and break down into tears. Older kids might react with regression, anger and frustration. It’s important to create a plan of emotional transition while making plans to make the actual move.

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