Smart Home Technology Trends

Over the past few years, homes have started to incorporate more technology, smart appliances, and other features that help to improve efficiency, comfort, and control of the home. Newly construction homes are now being built with integrated WiFi access points during the build process, builders are including 2-stage variable speed furnaces, and digital thermostats such as the Lyric and Nest that can be controlled by your phone are quickly gaining popularity.


Best Kitchen Countertops: Quartz, Granite, Or Corian?

When building or remodeling your kitchen and home in Wisconsin, there are several different material options to select for your countertops, but the three most popular and commonly used materials are: Granite, Quartz, and Corian. When deciding which is best to use in your home, the most important factors to consider when selecting a countertop material comes down to the appearance, cost, maintenance, and durability.


Purchase Land Before Or After Finding A Builder?

If you’re in the process of building a custom home, the question often comes up as to whether you should select land and a lot before or after finding a builder to work with. While there is no right or wrong answer, there are a few considerations to keep in mind that might influence your decision based on your specific needs.


Stay Warm This Winter With Efficient Heating

Winters in Wisconsin can be brutal, so it’s important to have an energy efficient furnace that saves you heating costs and that helps make your home comfortable during Wisconsin’s harsh winters. All homes built by Anderson Homes come standard with a 96% two-stage energy efficient furnace that make for a pleasant experience inside the home during the winter months for you and your family.


Sales Of New Homes Continue To Rise In 2016

Sales of newly built, single-family homes rose 12.2 percent in 2016 to 563,000 units, the highest annual rate since 2007. According to newly released data by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the U.S. Census Bureau. New home sales fell 10.4 percent in December 2016 to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 536,000 units.

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