In the vibrant city of Mile High, where architectural excellence meets urban living, Sustainable Design Build (SDB) has emerged as a beacon of innovation and sustainability in the home building industry. The prestigious Best of Mile High award program has recognized their commitment, nominating them in the Home Builder category. The voting window opened on February 26th and will gracefully close on March 8th. Now is the time for the community to unite and cast their votes for a builder that not only constructs homes but also envisions and crafts sustainable living spaces.
Who doesn’t like a fresh start or at least a symbol of a relatively clean break in the day-to-day we face every year? 2024 brings a fresh opportunity to create a better environment for ourselves, after all, if we are making a better version of ourselves, we might as well do the same for our homes. Cultivating new healthy habits with a healthy environment doubles the chances for success on any new and old resolution. So with that in mind, let’s take a look at a few project ideas that you as a homeowner can do to build a happier healthier home remodel in 2024.
For years, the City and County of Denver have grappled with prolonged permit review times, posing challenges for both commercial and residential construction projects. The surge in construction demand following the pandemic exacerbated the situation, pushing Denver’s Department for Community Planning and Development to its limits. With low employment rates and an escalating backlog, the Permit Review Time estimate soared beyond 300 days, causing frustration and delays. However, recent indications suggest a potential turnaround in Denver’s permitting times.
The cooler seasons are coming quickly and that means for some, more quality time at home. This gives us reason to dust off the crock pots and pans to prepare hearty meals for the family or just ourselves. A kitchen can be a very personal space for some home cooks, which is why it is important to customize a kitchen to your specific needs, tastes, and of course aesthetics. If you aren’t cooking in a happy space, it can easily turn into an unwanted chore. So with the spirit of putting on our chef’s hats, here are 5 interior designs for an unforgettable custom kitchen remodel idea!