Kitchens in older homes tend to be cramped. The functionality almost always causes issues and most often you can find yourself remodeling the most expensive, most important room in your house.
With new construction homes, the kitchens typically include enough cabinets to hold all of your dishes, and often have an open layout. You can even get amenities like building in a large island with plenty of room for additional storage, cooking and entertaining.
Between all the holiday decorations and kids activities, additional space to avoid clutter is important.
You will find that most new homes often have bigger closets and more storage areas than older homes. Many times they even offer walk-in closets and pantries.
New homes are built using materials that are much more environmentally friendly than those used to build older homes. Features such as energy efficient windows, doors and appliances are often standard inclusions, and these can represent a significant cost savings over time.
With older homes, these upgrades can be costly and time-consuming.
Open Concept Living
Spending more time together as a family, and having enough space for guests are some great advantages.
There are many advantages to new home construction in addition to those listed here. Download our FREE Home Buyers Guide here, which is full of information to help you make the best decision on one of the most important investments you’ll ever make.
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