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When building a new home, it’s essential to understand the different types of home construction you can choose from. With this guide, you can make informed decisions when building your home. As you drive or walk through a neighborhood the first thing you notice on is the exterior architecture of its homes; from there you’re… Read More »


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In response to the current housing market, homeowners in California are looking for other construction options; leading to the increase in mother in law units. Mother in law units, also  known as accessory dwelling units (ADUs), granny flats, secondary units, or granny cottage have been around for awhile; they were popular throughout the early 1900s.… Read More »


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In Los Angeles, house additions plans are a popular option for renovations. These 6 options will help you determine which additions are best for you. You have a small home, and you’ve decided it’s time to expand it by placing an addition on it. A well made addition will add crucial space to your home,… Read More »


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Accessory dwellings (also known as ADU’s), are becoming more and more popular as families choose to stay together on the same property, for longer. If you’re considering one yourself, you have a lot of options to choose from. What kind of floor plan do you want, and what would work for you? Here are some of… Read More »


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Kitchens are one of the most expensive home renovations, and of that, the cabinets make up the bulk of that budget. Cabinets are the most visible, and largest component of the kitchen. This makes them ripe for kitchen cabinet design possibilities. It’s easy to become overwhelmed looking through the seemingly endless ideas. You probably like… Read More »


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ADU housing and home additions are becoming increasingly popular with the current housing market. Here’s what you need to know about them. The current housing market offers tight inventory, increasing prices, and less new construction. As these factors increase the overall cost, current homeowners are searching for ways to either decrease their spending, optimize the… Read More »


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Remodeling your home is stressful whether you do it yourself or have the work done by a professional. You dedicate lots of time, energy, and money into making the remodel happen on time and within budget; and to keeping the house organized and running smoothly throughout the clutter and confusion. All of that ends once… Read More »


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The bustling metropolis of Los Angeles, as well as its environs, consist of over 13 million people, making it the second largest city in the United States, after New York City. Due to its size and diversity, you are sure to find many beautiful and unique styles of residential architecture around Los Angeles. The greater… Read More »


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Deciding to remodel any room in your home can be a stressful event; there are many moving parts to such a project, not to mention you’re investing money in a project and hoping it will turn out the way you’ve envisioned it. There’s a lot of stress to make your remodel “perfect” and this is magnified… Read More »


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Home remodeling projects aren’t something homeowners tackle very often, and for good reason. Home remodeling usually entails a large-scale project intended to be completed once then enjoyed for a lifetime. But because renovations aren’t commonplace and homeowners don’t frequently encounter these projects, many myths and misconceptions about them are passed from person to person. Debunking… Read More »