Ideas For Your New Home

The Modern Ranch: Timeless, Convenient, Affordable

Pictured In The Banner: The Shenandoah, PATCO's most downloaded floor plan

Although all classic home styles are enjoying high popularity this year, 2017 could certainly be viewed as "The Year of The Ranch". Ranch-style homes first made their appearance in America in the early part of the 20th century. They feature a long, low, ground-hugging profile and are mostly single-story in character. Ranch homes offer attached garages, open and uncluttered floor plans and uncomplicated exteriors. Those…

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With A New Home, A Little Attention Goes A Long Way

When buying a home, the thing most people think of first is the financial responsibility. Don’t let yourself forget, however, about the time and labor that home ownership also requires. Just like regular oil changes for your car keep your engine happy and healthy, keeping up with regular home maintenance tasks will keep you from future headaches and wasted money.

It can be intimidating to think about these various tasks, especially if you’re a new homeowner. It’s a long list - there’s no…

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Lead Guests To Your Door In Style

A front walkway can add a lot to the appearance of your home. Not only does it create a safe path for foot traffic, but it gives you the opportunity to include a unique "decoration" to your property. A walkway can also connect gardens, patios, and outbuildings. They can be made from different types of materials such as stone, wood chips, brick pavers, concrete, stone screenings, wood, and gravel. Basically, a walkway can be made from any material that can provide a firm footing. Paver patterns…

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Add An Accent Wall For A Splash of Color and Drama

Accent walls are one of the quickest, most economical, and easy ways to inject your own personality into a space. Accent walls remain a smart way to add fresh color to a room.
 
1. Quick and easy.

A can of paint, a free afternoon and some reasonable DIY skills are all it takes to dramatically transform a space. Consider placing an accent wall in a bedroom on the headboard wall to help anchor the bed in the room. In a pinch, if space is too tight for a headboard, the paint can stand in as a…

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