While not immediately noticeable, the backsplash of your kitchen is a great way to add interest and a pop of color as you think about the design aspects of the space. While you will want to think about your cabinet color or stain and structure when you are choosing your backsplash, there are so many options to consider. Gerard Construction can help you choose a perfect backsplash on your new build or on the renovation you are contemplating for your home.
Gerard Construction knows that building a new home is an exciting start for any family or individual, of any age. Picking a custom home builder may feel a little less exciting, especially when you see how many options are possible. You want the freedom a custom home can provide, but you also want the home builder that is going to work best for you. Gerard knows this is a big choice, so we have a number of questions, and answers, any custom home builder should be able to field.
You are imaging the space you will one day live in, your new home. You have a good idea of the lot you want to build on, you have secured your financing, and you are just itching to open the front door and start working on the build itself. In your mind, you turn the knob and what you see next will depend greatly on your floor plan. In fact, before you even get to swing that door open, your floor plan will determine where the door, windows, and walkway are placed. Our team at Gerard Construction...
Homes are important to us. Dreams, goals, and conversations are often focused around home ownership, building something new, or altering what we already have. When it comes time to turn the dream into reality, we can waver with the unknown and the process of pouring our hard earned savings into the home. Fortunately, there are tips and tricks that will help you along the way, especially when building with Gerard.
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It is largely agreed that homes should be personal and unique to the people who live within them, but all too often, prospective homeowners are forced into settling for a home that could work. Settling for function or “good enough” is not necessary and can be avoided completely with designing a home that fits you. There are numerous advantages to designing and building a home with your unique needs and tastes in mind.