Category Archives for Flexibility and Personalization

Personalize Your Living Spaces To Meet Your Needs…at No Additional Cost

One major perk to buying a brand new home versus a preexisting home is the ability to personalize. For most builders this means adding rooms or additional structures, selecting light fixtures, backsplashes, additional décor finishes, and more, for an additional fee. For Beazer Homes, it  means the freedom to choose how you want to live [...]

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The Many Possibilities For Your Home’s Loft Space

A blank loft space adds a variety of extra room possibilities in your new home. Don’t let the valuable living space that a loft provides go to waste without having a designated purpose. With a bit of brainstorming and some revamping, you can have a space ready for you and your family to use, enjoy, [...]

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Ways To Add Color To Your Space Without Paint

Adding color to your living space doesn’t mean you need to break out the cans of paint, smocks, tape, and protective floor coverings. There are many simple tips you can follow, and small changes you can make, to add color to your home. Accessorize Adding accessories is the first step to adding pops of color [...]

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Benefits Of Incorporating Ceiling Fans Into Your New Home

There many benefits of incorporating ceiling fans into your new home. While it’s nice during these hot summer months to add an extra source of air to a room, ceiling fans add-value year round because they are energy efficient, stylish, and can provide an additional light source.    Energy Efficient- Ceiling fans allow rooms to [...]

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Sherwin Williams Gives New Home Design Painting Tips

Even if you haven’t purchased your own place this scenario probably sounds familiar if you’ve ever been part of new home design:  You’re standing in front of an endless array of paint swatches in your local home improvement store with your favorite color in mind, but no idea whether it’s fit for your walls and [...]

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Beazer Delivers Floor Plan Options Specific to Your Needs

Did you know the square footage of the average American single family home rose by almost 50 ft last year?  While 50 ft. may not seem like much, we think it’s a good indicator of homebuyers’ rising expectations to get exactly what they want out of their new home floor plan options. Whether it’s a [...]

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Do you Love a Home That’s Out of Your League?

Valentine’s Day is almost here.  If you’re scrambling for the perfect gift then you’ll be happy to know that our Get More Sales Event lasts through Sunday, February 16th.  Were you hoping for something a little more touchy feely? Okay, in that case you’ll probably like to know that the Wall Street Journal just published [...]

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Energy Efficient Lighting Design Guide

By Todd Roy Green design in the housing market isn’t just a trend – its mainstream. Today’s homeowners are not only recognizing the inherent benefits of energy efficient options, but demanding products like energy efficient lighting design that meet these standards in the home. The LED revolution Once seen as an expensive and unattractive source, [...]

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Top Two Benefits of Building a New Home

It’s a new year and possibly the right time for a new home. While new home financing is often the deciding factor in making a move, it’s important to consider all of the other tangible benefits that come with building a new home compared to purchasing an existing home. For many Beazer homebuyers, benefits of [...]

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Experts Forecast Home Design Trends for 2014

By Gwynne Liebl The end of 2013 brings about a plethora of lists from style makers on what the home design treands for 2014 will be.  Whether or not you believe in their validity, the lists are actually a telegraph to consumers of what items they will be seeing in stores, advertising and in pretty much [...]

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