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Custom Illinois Tiny Homes & Park Models

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The tiny house craze has come to Illinois. Offering a scaled down lifestyle, those seeking to enjoy life more are finding that living small really means living large! Just because these houses are smaller than their traditional counterparts (most run between 100 and 500 square feet), tiny houses aren’t the simplistic spaces many people think they are. In reality, these small homes feature some of the most sophisticated and modern designs;high-end amenities and stylish living than any other home.

Are you ready for tiny house living? Before you make this big decision, it is time to learn what tiny homes have to offer.

There Are No Size or Design Limitations for Tiny Homes

Maybe it’s the word “tiny” that sets so many people against this new living trend. Most people cannot imagine stuffing all of their belongings into the size of their current garage. Yet, for many, the stuff isn’t

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The Best Custom Home Builders in Missouri

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From the Northland suburbs of Kansas City and the historic urban neighborhoods of St. Louis to the lakeside developments in the Ozarks, Missouri certainly has its fair share of beautiful custom homes. It’s not surprising then that the Show Me State also boasts a world-class stock of elite custom home builders. This list of the 15 best custom home builders in Missouri showcases the contractors who build big, complex, million-dollar homes. These builders also have the most experience, education, and certifications in the construction trades.

Many of these professionals have been in the industry their entire lives, and many are second- and third-generation Missourian home builders. Additionally, a number of the companies on this list have embraced the green building movement and have studied this still-emerging building trend for the past few years. These are also the Missouri custom home builders who have won

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The Best Custom Home Builders in Tucson, Arizona

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The county seat of Pima and a city found in the middle of the Sonoran Desert, Tucson is the second largest populated city in Arizona behind Phoenix and the 33rd largest city in the United States. Located in the middle of the desert, the city usually has hot days but cold nights. With an average 11.8 inches (299.7 mm) of precipitation per year, the city is greener and experiences more rain than other deserts.

Tucson homes are structures usually built on rocky plains or at the bottom of the desert mountains and have styles that highlight and embrace the outdoors with large windows, and gardens with local plant life that require very little water. Tucson home styles are usually bungalows in the Mediterranean, Pueblo, and Sonoran styles.

The custom home builders featured in this article are firms that take note of the hot climate,

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The Best Custom Home Builders in Nevada

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Having two world-class getaway and resort-living locations within its borders makes Nevada a prime spot for luxury custom homes. Las Vegas and Lake Tahoe boast some of the most beautiful and luxurious custom homes in the Southwest, as well as the contractors talented and skilled enough to build them. Of course, most of the new-home building in Nevada is concentrated in the Las Vegas Valley, where upscale developments and sprawling mansions dot the foothills and ridges surrounding Sin City.

This is a list of the contractors in Nevada with the experience and the drive to build the most complex, demanding, and upscale custom homes in the state. The 15 custom home builders on this list are the best that Nevada has to offer — the firms that win awards, build lavish homes for CEOs and sports figures, and push the industry forward with a

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The Best Custom Home Builders in New Mexico

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Surrounded by astonishing forest and mountain views, it’s no surprise that New Mexico is known as the Land of Enchantment. With the state’s snowy peaks, white dunes, river gorges, and breathtaking landscape, New Mexico offers one-of-a-kind scenery, which residents enjoy throughout the year.  These magnificent views have inspired a range of home styles in the area, from the traditional Pueblo Revival style to contemporary green homes. These homes are built by high-end builders who have been recognized for their high-quality projects and green building practices.

Featured in this list are the best custom home builders in New Mexico. Our team evaluated them based on the awards and recognition they have received, the overall quality of their projects, their industry affiliations, customer reviews, and years in business. Many of these builders have constructed award-winning projects that boast both beauty and sustainability. Many of the firms

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Best Custom Home Builders in Georgia

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This year brought good news for the Peach State’s homebuilding industry. New home construction is on the rise, spurred by a lively state economy that is ranked #14 in the country and growing fast. Statistics available to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) in early January 2018 showed that new single-family homes in Georgia had increased by 13 percent over the previous year. That number is more than double the national average of 5 percent. And as the demand for new homes rises, so does the need for quality custom home builders in Georgia.

“Quality” is the common denominator for this grouping of Georgia’s finest residential contractors. Clear signs of quality in a home builder are endurance, education and training, professional credentials, and brand recognition. Each firm here had plenty of those. But when a final criteria — technique — was considered, the

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Best Custom Home Builders in Ohio

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Though it has not reached the buying frenzy seen in other states, Ohio’s housing market is pounding along. It grew by 6.4 percent in 2017 and is expected to climb another 3 percent this year. With such a rosy picture, builders in the Buckeye State who endured the down-and-out years have a sense of crossing the threshold from hardship to prosperity. They are now positioned for solid growth, with some eyeing the high volume market.

That sector has gotten a bad name, but it did not disqualify a star performer from making this list. We believe that hitting new markets is okay, as long as quality does not suffer. On the other hand, the criteria we could not overlook were years in business, credentials, recognition, business integrity, and value. Extra points went to innovators, because improving systems should be a goal for all professionals.

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House & Home | Custom Home Builders

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“My wife and I have a combined 60 years of experience in real estate sales, development and construction. We have built about 13 homes for ourselves and have been involved at some level in the construction of over 3,000 homes in total.

Our experience taught us we wanted “hands on” involvement from our contractor. We did not want a “suit and tie” to sign us up and then delegate the job to a superintendent. We wanted our builder, and in the case of Carey and Tammy Elam, our team, on the job every day. We also wanted experience, tested over time by discriminating buyers. We got all that we wanted and more with House & Home.

Carey and Tammy are absolutely the best contractor/design team we have ever encountered. Their commitment to excellence, attention to detail and service to the customer is unsurpassed. We did not think folks offering the

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Custom Tiny Houses for Sale in Washington

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As the popularity of the mini-mansion fades, more and more people are replacing them with houses a fraction of their size. At less than 500 square feet, a tiny house in Washington can take up less space than a two-car garage while providing owners with all of the luxuries of a larger home.

Why Are Tiny Homes in Washington a Popular Option?

There are numerous reasons the popularity of tiny homes in Washington is spiking. As rents and housing prices increase, many individuals find the idea of living in a cost-effective smaller home appealing.

Unlike regular homes, tiny houses are typically registered as either mobile homes or RVs, which makes them exempt from many of the regulations and taxes of standard homes. They are also more versatile than larger houses, built on wheels to allow them to move with the owner.

Whether you want to benefit from the lower costs

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Greek revival mansion has spiral staircase, formal kitchen, catering kitchen, custom floor

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This Greek revival home is a replica of the antebellum D’Evereux Hall mansion in Natchez, Mississippi. The mansion features a spiral staircase, two kitchens, and custom cypress flooring throughout the 7,450 square foot home.

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