How Luxury Home Builders Create Your Dream House

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A home is so much more than a roof over your head. As more and more people turn to remote work, it’s also an office. When it comes to weekends and holidays, it’s a place to make memories with the people you love. For growing families, it’s a place to raise children and create a […]

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How Green Construction Can Help Boost Sustainability

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Nearly every industry is embracing the global mission to protect our planet. Simple choices can make a difference every day, and the construction business is no exception. In fact, our business has incredible potential to reduce waste during new builds and renovations. At the end of the day, embracing sustainability isn’t trendy, it’s necessary. What […]

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Simple Ways to Prevent Floods in Your Home

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Floods are unpredictable and devastating events for every homeowner. It can happen because of a variety of things— leaky pipes, cracks in the foundation, or severe weather. Leaky pipes and damages in the home may be easier to prevent or fix, but when it comes to extreme weather, it can be impossible to foresee. Floods […]

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How Outdoor Living Spaces Can Transform Your Home

In 2020, most of the world headed inside for extended periods of time. For many of us with busy lives outside of the house, this was a wake-up call. Many people realized they needed more out of their homes. They needed more space, utilized in a better way. Designing outdoor living spaces for responsible gatherings became a priority. Now […]

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The History Of Wrought Iron Features In New Orleans Architecture

New Orleans is famous for its beignets, Mardi Gras parades, and ability to laissez le bon temps rouler. Its iconic architecture is another distinctive and compelling feature of the Crescent City. Everywhere you look, ornate patterns of intricate wrought-iron wraps around balconies, curves up staircases, and keeps secret gardens secure behind locked gates. The history of wrought iron in […]

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What’s the Origin of the Clawfoot Tub?

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Because the past plays such a large part in our present, many homes in the New Orleans area are tailor-made for retrofitting vintage luxuries, such as freestanding clawfoot bathtubs. Once de rigueur and made in heavy cast iron, new models are crafted from lighter fiberglass or acrylic, offering additional options in color and style. A clawfoot tub brings a 19th-century touch of class […]

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The Future Of 3D Printing In Construction

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If we told you ten years ago that a house could be completely fabricated on a printer, would you have believed us? The time has finally come! In 2017, construction was completed on the 3D Print Canal House, a house totally fabricated on a 3D printer. While 3D printing in construction isn’t necessarily ready to churn out subdivisions across the U.S. just yet, there are some exciting […]

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