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We ran across a recent article published by the National Association of Home Builders. The article cites durability as one of the most important home features in the eyes of the 55+ age group. Allow us to elaborate why it is important.
Durability often means materials are more environmentally friendly, as they will not need to be replaced as soon or as often as other materials. Some examples of durable materials include stone, tile, concrete, brick, wood, and metal.
Here are some examples of our work that highlight durability:
What do you consider the most important features of a home: durability, sustainability, efficiency, floor plan, or something else? This is something we would love to brainstorm with you if you are thinking about building your own home. It’s never too early to start discussing and planning!