Fireplaces are a great addition to cozy up the house. Read on for our guide to choosing the perfect fireplace for your new home!
Energy efficiency is a confusing topic for most. Check out our list of buzzwords related to energy efficiency that all homeowners should know.
While it can be tempting to visit your new home site every day, it’s not necessary and could pose safety risks or delay progress. But there are certain critical points in the building process when you can — and should — visit your new home.
If you’re thinking of building a home in the suburbs or in a rural part of your state, here are nine benefits awaiting you as your construct your dream home in your low-key locale.
NewHomeSource has all the information you need to know about foundation drainage, and how it keeps your home safe and dry.
Learn who is on your homebuilding team, and how they help you make your journey to your dream home a reality.
Here are 15 questions that home shoppers should ask when looking for a homebuilder to help them on their journey to homeownership.
Walkthroughs give you the opportunity to make sure construction of your new home is going as planned. Use walkthroughs wisely by taking your time and being thorough.
When it comes to siding, vinyl is king. But, siding options range from polymer shakes and shingle to stone veneer. NewHomeSource explores modern siding options for new homes.
Many builders allow for a final walkthrough inspection for you to identify any issues or concerns in your new home. Do you know what to expect in yours?
NewHomeSource helps you decide on choosing upgrades for your new home, so you can personalize your house to fit your lifestyle.
There are plenty of ways to build a new home, but which method of construction is right for yours?
By tearing down an older home that’s beyond repair, you can have the newly built home you want in an established community. But, before you go searching for a home to demolish, there are a few things to consider.
The amount of time it takes to build your home depends on the type of home you’re building and various other factors, like labor supply and weather.
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.
A build-on-your-lot home offers you the opportunity to design and build your dream home on the land you love.
NewHomeSources has some tips for home shoppers looking to build their forever home that they’ll love for a lifetime.
NewHomeSource explores inclusive design, a homebuiding approach that puts the emphasis accessibility from the very start.
When building a home in a cold environment, there are different and crucial factors to consider – like making sure you have a solid insulation system in place.
Are you about to embark on the new home journey? Before you begin, here’s advice on how to keep your expectations in check so you and your spouse or partner can build the home of your dreams without the drama.
When you build your new home, you can take steps to design an accessible kitchen.
Do you know what your new home is made of? Knowing about the exterior materials that make up your home means you can have a more durable and efficient home.
In a new home, the customization costs can be rolled into the overall home mortgage, possibly costing a fraction less than the out-of-pocket costs for a remodel.
If you’re building your new home in a hot climate, you need to take some considerations in the design and construction of the house.
Need help making sense of your builder warranty? Here are a few tips to help make sure your new home is covered.
Insulation is way more than just a bunch of pink fluff. Your new home’s insulation really matters, and could save you money in the long run.
Building a custom home is a complex task and one that involves the expertise of both an architect and builder.
NewHomeSource explores the different roofing options available to new home shoppers, and what they need to know about each roof type.
Visiting your new home while it’s under construction is exciting, but it’s important you schedule any visits to the home site with our builder before you show up.
There are a lot of options when it comes to selecting a builder. National, regional or local … which one is right for you?