There are plenty of ways to build a new home, but which method of construction is right for yours?
One of the first decisions to make in the new home process is rather to go with a production versus custom home builder. Do you know the difference?
One of the first steps in the homebuilding process is laying the foundation. NewHomeSource has everything you need to know about this crucial time in construction.
The National Housing Quality Awards epitomize what it means to be a customer-focused builder.
Engineered materials are made to look like another material, often though, with better performance than the original. For example, fiber cement siding costs about the same as cedar but will last for years without maintenance.
Homeowner actions have a real impact on how long it takes to build a new home, learn how you can help your construction team help you get into your new home on time.
NewHomeSource has three tips for getting an accurate bid from a homebuilder for your custom home.
Zero energy home designs have gone mainstream in the homebuilding industry, making owning an energy-efficient home more attainable than ever.
When Sara Willoughby was 14 years old, she became bedridden with debilitating health problems. “I wasn’t able to do much more than roll over,” she recalls. “I needed help with basic activities like bathing and eating.” After being diagnosed with sensitivity to mold and other chemicals in their Washington-state home, the family decided to move …
Outdoor space deserves as much though as any other element when planning a custom home. Here are a few tips we recommend.
Learn about the developments in the solar technology space that is making this green energy option more attainable for new homeowners.
When choosing a custom homebuilder, you often start with getting several bids, but
getting accurate bids can be trickier than it seems. We’ve outlined how to ensure you receive realistic, easy-to-compare bids for your dream home.