Part One of a series in which CBG Vice President, Matthew Seip, outlines the benefits of building a net-zero home, and documents his family's journey of building and designing their custom, net-zero dream home.
Chase Building Group was recently mentioned in the July issue of Main Line Today Magazine. The renovation project featured both interior and exterior renovations, along with the construction of a greenhouse, conservatory, restaurant grade outdoor kitchen and a fully functioning treehouse.
Chase Building Group was recently mentioned in the Philadelphia Inquirer. The story focuses on remodeling "McMansions" in the area. The renovation features both interior and exterior modifications, from constructing a barrel-vaulted ceiling to repairing stucco damage.
Chase Building Group was recently mentioned in the March issue of Philadelphia Magazine. The project featured is a sophisticated conservatory situated in Gladwyne, Pennsylvania, which incorporates motorized windows and shades, a self-sustaining koi pond and diverse lighting systems. These features alongside the simplicity of the Jerusalem stone flooring, bluestone pond coping and marine varnished sapele wood create an understated and calming spiritual space.
Buying a new home could be one of the largest investments you ever make, so it is really important to understand the differences in price and quality from one building method to another.
With the rising cost of energy and growing environmental concerns, many people are looking for ways to reduce their energy bills and their impact on the environment. If you find yourself contemplating these same concerns, enter the Net Zero home.
Chase Building Group was recently mentioned in the June/July issue of Main Line Today Magazine. The project featured is a multi-use structure situated in Wayne, Pennsylvania, which serves as a garage, pool house, exterior kitchen, loft, home office, man-cave and bathroom.
Purchasing new kitchen cabinets is one of the biggest investments you can make in your home. Cabinets are one of the first things people notice in a kitchen and they can have a huge impact on both the value and the appeal of your home. You want your kitchen to look beautiful and the best way to achieve that goal is by updating your kitchen cabinets.
When you are making an investment in your home, it is important to remember that looks aren’t everything. With kitchen cabinets, you truly get what you pay for. The reason being is that there are a variety of materials and techniques that are used to construct cabinetry, in effect creating different classes of quality that we define as ‘low-range’, ‘low-to-mid-range’, ‘mid-range’ and ‘high-end’.
Putting new siding on your house is a big investment, an investment you will have to live with for years to come; or an investment that could make or break the sale of your home.
There are a lot of different siding products available at a wide range of price points. It can be daunting trying to sort through all of the options and weigh out the pros and cons of the varying opinions found online.
If you’re in the market to buy a home, you may be wondering whether it makes more sense to buy an old home or to build a new one. If you feel like building a new custom home is financially out of your reach, stop now and read our previous post ‘Building Your Dream Home: Make it Happen with a Construction Loan’ before reading any further.