Category Archives: Development

Space saving shelves

More House for your Money

Posted September 12, 2017 by Trevor Dalton

Wouldn’t you like to have more money?  So does everyone else.  Sadly, there’s only a certain amount out there.  If you’re building a house then you’re probably doing okay, but that doesn’t mean you couldn’t always use a little more bang for your buck.  Here’s a couple tips I’ve found of making more space out of nothing.

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filed under: Development, Shelving

Women sharing house designer tools on computer

Tools for Families to Share Ideas with Your Designer

Posted September 4, 2017 by Trevor Dalton

Have you ever seen a door that you just HAVE to use in your house?  Every house has little bits and pieces that we like and dislike.  The trick is to take all those good bits and gather them for when you build and design your own house.  Sounds easy right?  It should be as long as you PLAN AHEAD!  Here’s two tools that you can use to help your architectural designer…well… design.

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filed under: Designing, Development

Wet Hall

No More Wet Kids in the Living Room. Check out Your Wet Hall

Posted May 19, 2017 by genlabs

Living in Southern Utah plays a large part in most of my home designs. Those of us who have built homes with a swimming pool in the backyard know full well the struggles of wet family members running through the living room. You can see it now. Wet kids running through the house, leaving trails of water and wet towels all over. If you have been pulling out your hair over this damp nightmare, the “wet” hall is an easy way to solve that problem with your next home design.

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