Open Floor Plans versus Closed Floor Plans




It’s rather surprising when you think about it: More and more studies suggest that open floor plans in an office are literally the worst thing ever for a business’ productivity and privacy. But they’re still a great floor plan for our homes, and at Broadpoint Custom Homes, we see a lot of people who want…


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5 Ways to Increase Your Home Value This Year




If you’re looking to sell your home, or you just want to improve the look and property value, there are a few steps you can take. Some of them are relatively inexpensive, and others will be rather pricey, but both can add significant value to your home. If you want to increase the value of…


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Five Benefits of Owning or Identifying a Lot Prior to Designing Your Custom Home




Some Customers may have the good fortune of owning a piece of property before they start the custom home building process. Whether you bought a piece of gorgeous waterfront property, or you found a great spread further inland, you may come to the table with a piece of property already in mind for your new…


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Avoid These 3 Mistakes When Building a Custom Home




Designing and building a custom home can be an exciting time: there’s so much potential, and you’ve got so many ideas about what you want your new home to be. You’ve checked Houzz, Pinterest, and Instagram for ideas, looked at inspiration books for kitchen and bedroom designs, and you think you’ve got it all narrowed…


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Rachael and Chris Cordrey Enjoy Their Custom Home in Lewes, Delaware




When Rachael and Chris Cordrey first decided to move to historic Lewes, they didn’t have far to go. They both grew up in Delaware, Rachael hailing from Wilmington and Chris from Long Neck. They had always loved the quaint, historic town of Lewes, regularly visited their restaurants, and spent a lot of time on the…


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Common Uses for Contingency in a Construction Budget




Life is unpredictable. And when it comes to construction, unexpected events mean unexpected costs. On top of that, you’ve got a deadline to meet! So what’s the solution? In-part, carrying funds in your budget for contingency. A contingency allowance will help to ensure you still make your deadline without busting the budget. A contingency allowance…


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5 Things You Must Have in Your Custom Home Kitchen




They say the kitchen is the heart of the house. It usually is, in fact, the place everyone gathers, so why not make it extra special? When you’re building your custom home, consider adding these features to your kitchen. Glass Tiles Glass reflects light, shimmers with color, and is virtually maintenance-free. Put some luxe in…


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Two Approaches To Building Custom Homes




It may sound redundant, but custom homes are custom from beginning to end. Every build is unique and every Customer has their own ideas that Broadpoint Custom Homes adapts to meet. After all, it’s still your home and your choice, and we strive to make your experience as wonderful as the home itself. And the…


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Luxury Appliances for Every Room




When you take the time to carefully choose the layout, flooring and artwork in your home, you don’t want to skimp on the appliances. Thankfully there are plenty of sleek, stylish and smart options to choose from. When it comes to new technology in luxury appliances, these days you can control nearly everything from your…


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