Jan 23

Home Automation Brings New Meaning to “Remote” Control

If you’re annoyed with having separate remotes for your TV, Blu-ray player, cable box and sound system, you might think that having a “smart” home would be too complicated. But you’d be wrong. Today’s home automation innovations allow you to connect, monitor and control multiple systems and appliances from wherever you are, with a Smartphone, […]

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Nov 18

Warm Up Next to a Cozy Fireplace

Just thinking about sitting in front of a fireplace evokes feelings of warmth, comfort and family. Maybe that’s why we love them so much. A fireplace serves as a focal point in a room, creating ambiance and providing a gathering point in the home when the weather is cold and snowy or rainy and raw. […]

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Sep 23

Popular Residential Architecture Styles

Over the years, many architecture design styles have developed from artistic and cultural movements. Most of these designs did not begin with residential architecture but were modified to satisfy the needs of home living. Advancements in technology or economic periods created the environment in which we built our homes. When thinking about building a house […]

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Sep 18

Winterizing your Home’s Exterior

 With the summer heat fading away, fall is the perfect time to take a closer look at your home exterior in preparation for the winter. The up and coming snow, ice, and subfreezing temperatures can lead to costly utility bills and repairs if you’re not prepared. Check up on the essential basic maintenance tasks before […]

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May 14

Sunshine Canyon Project Update

The Sunshine Canyon project aims to take advantage of the lighting and stunning mountain views the property has to offer with a multitude of windows and an open floor plan. With the insulation installation and drywall stage complete, the homeowners are now getting excited to finish up the final steps of the build process and […]

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Apr 3

Downsizing: The New Way to Live Large

One lasting trend to emerge from the economic downturn is intentional downsizing. Gone away is the McMansion concept as architects and designers are taking efficient use of space to a whole new level. Formal dining rooms, dens and home offices are becoming relics of the past. Instead, open living plans are blurring the boundaries between […]

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Mar 20

Enjoy the View: Windows that Bring the Outdoors in

Living in such a beautiful and temperate locale, it makes sense to maximize our outdoor exposure. Bring the gorgeous views into your home with windows that soar floor to ceiling. Bathe your home in fresh, mountain air by replacing standard windows and doors with accordion-style units that open wide allowing you to meld indoors and […]

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Aug 10

What You Might Not Know About Home Energy Audits

Did you know that a home energy audit can reveal far more than drafts, poor insulation and other energy-robbers? It can also reveal habits – times you use the most energy, rooms you spend the most time in, etc. Even better, it can show you how to turn those home energy habits into a home […]

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May 28

Home Energy Audits: Clues to Comfort and Savings

What’s the ROI of a home energy audit? It’s about saving money and the planet. For many homeowners, it’s also about making an older home live as comfortably as today’s most energy-efficient homes. Home energy audits are designed to analyze how your home is using – and losing – energy. The results of analyzing home […]

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Feb 8

Melton’s New Commercial Remodeling Videos on YouTube

  Want to see some more of our new commercial remodeling videos?  Visit our new YouTube.com Channel. Explore videos inside the Melton Design Center, learn about Melton and our process.  Visit job sites and see finished projects.   Call us today to talk to a Project Developer about your home remodel project.

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