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Q. We’re looking at a property for a vacation home and the development is beautiful, but the only site we’re interested in is at the bottom of a steep hill. If we buy the property, how can we avoid the drainage problems . . . more
Q. We have a very big problem. Our house was lifted and is now sitting on its new foundation, but at the wrong height. Our architect and contractor were recommended by the NY Rising program . . . more
Q. We closed on our first house, and someone complained about our fences. We got a notice on our door they aren’t legal. We checked with the building inspector, who said . . . more
Q. We met with three architects, three contractors and an interior designer and also went to our building department because we just want everything to go smoothly, with no problems, since we’re doing a big job . . . more
Experience the benefits of single-level living in this 3 Bedroom | 2 Bath expansive ranch in Oceanside. Image yourself in this beautifully updated kitchen, designed for entertaining, that overlooks … more
Fabulous New Price for this Gorgeous Home that's Just Steps Away from The Beach! This 4-Bedroom, 3-Full Bath Contemporary Hi-Ranch Uniquely Embodies Masterful Design for Today's Living. Unique … more
Q. I want to know what to do about my porch now that we’re selling the house. We changed it from a screened porch to a year-round sunroom (though it’s not heated) about 15 years ago, and thought it was no problem. more
Beautiful Colonial. Architectural details reflect the art and beauty of this exquisite updated home. Spacious living room, dining room, laundry room, eat-in kitchen with breakfast room, three … more
Stunning colonial home with an oversized lot upon arrival at the home. Meticulously maintained home commands a large modernized living room and full eat in kitchen. This 3 story home offers plenty of … more
Q. We’re being told that our new front porch can be held up by fiberglass columns. This is confusing, because we wonder if it could be strong enough to hold up the roof. Is this a common thing to do? more
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